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Bree Mills, 36, wears a lot of hats.

As the head of Gamma Films and vice president of content for Gamma Entertainment, a Montreal, Quebec-based web technology company, she produces, directs, and writes for Gamma Films Group, including the production studio known as Girlsway, a female-centric line of adult content that’s found success by targeting a niche market and turning its consumers into co-creators.

On a sunny day in Los Angeles, Mills sat on an outdoor deck, talking about the business of making lesbian porn. Downstairs, her exclusive contract director, who goes by Stills by Alan, directed performers Natalia Starr, a statuesque blonde wrapped in a throw blanket because the house was cold, and Whitney Wright, a green-eyed brunette from Oklahoma who entered the business in August and who, when asked how many scenes she’d done thus far, replied, “So many.” Their scene, in which Wright was pretending to seek employment from Starr as her assistant, had been written by one of Girlsway’s own consumers.