BOSTON, MA--(Marketwire - Apr 25, 2012) - Sssh.com, the erotica and sexuality website designed and maintained for women by women, was featured last Friday on ABC's Nightline news program. The segment dealt with the so-called 'Mommy Porn Revolution' that has apparently been triggered by the publication of 50 Shades of Grey, the hugely popular erotic novel by E.L. James, a London-based television executive, wife and mother of two.
A Nightline crew traveled to Sssh.com's New England studio to get an up-close-and-personal perspective on the making of an erotic 40-minute featurette for Sssh.com titled Ellington: A Sssh.com Erotic Fairy Tale. Sssh.com founder Angie Rowntree was featured throughout the Nightline segment in on-camera interviews during which she explained Sssh.com intimate formula for making erotica that women really want to see.
"What the Sssh.com audience wants to see is a passionate love scene that is filled with chemistry and sensuality," she explained. "Female readers want a storyline, like a romance novel come to life."
Ellington: A Sssh.com Erotic Fairy Tale, which stars Jeannie Marie, Bella Vendetta and AVN Award nominee Ryan Driller, will be available at Sssh.com sometime in May, and on AEBN.net the following week.
Sssh.com offers an extensive, evolving source of information and entertainment from bold and brassy to tender and traditional. Providing a safe place for women to explore their sexuality, the company continues to grow the website's scope in order to reach a wider audience of women interested in high quality, intelligent erotic content.
Because no woman is an island, Sssh.com embodies a community where women can relax, enjoy, learn and feel good about being sexual, sensual beings without sacrificing personal ethics. Sssh.com encourages each member to approach her journey at her own pace: Content is arranged by levels, each clearly annotated with its degree of explicitness. After all, women may be curious about what a guy has, but they're more interested in discovering how he uses it.
Elle.com, one of the largest and most read women's fashion and editorial websites in the world, listed Sssh.com as "one of the websites to see," describing the website as the best place for movies and advice, plus "it has a hunky guy photo gallery."