Ashley Fires Announced 'Women in Porn' Debate Panelist

Jul 15, 2014 1:15 PM PST

CYBERSPACE – Sssh.com, sponsor of the upcoming “Women in Porn: Shattering the Myths” online debate, has announced adult performer/producer Ashley Fires as another member of the discussion panel for the July 22 event.

Fires, the official spokesmodel for Clips4Sale.com, also produces and directs content for her own site, AshleyFires.com, and the sci-fi “fembot” site, SciFiDreamGirls.com.

“In addition to being an outstanding performer, Ashley is a independent thinker and brilliant business women” said Angie Rowntree, owner of Sssh.com and organizer of "Women in Porn: Shattering the Myths." “Ashley can speak first-hand about life in the industry on both sides of the camera, and from the perspective of an entrepreneur as well. It’s a broad and diverse point of view, and it makes her an ideal participant for this event.”

Fires, who has been interviewed by publications and websites like the LA Times, LA Weekly, Huffington Post and The Daily Beast, said she’s looking forward to the opportunity to address some of the criticisms directed at the adult industry — and at women like herself.

"I am very honored and much obliged to be part of this discussion with these amazing women," Fires said. "I hope this debate will help to clarify the stereo types and shatter the myths about women in the adult industry."

Fires has appeared in over 100 adult features, working with top-shelf studios like Adam & Eve, Hustler, Digital Playground, Wicked, Elegant Angel and Penthouse. She has also been nominated for multiple awards, including the XBIZ Awards for Best Web Starlet and Best Performer.

"Women in Porn: Shattering the Myths" will take place July 22 at 3 p.m. EST, and will be available to viewers free of charge on MindBrowse.com.

The event also will be live-tweeted and monitored at @ssshforwomen under the hashtag #WomenInPorn. Viewers may interact during the event and pose their own questions and points with the hashtag #WomenInPorn, which may then be discussed by the panelists.

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