We Are the National Trade Association for the Adult Industry

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Our Mission

As the national trade association to the adult entertainment and pleasure products industry, our mission is to lead, protect, and support the growth and well-being of businesses and workers in the adult industry, as well as the communities to which they belong.

Our Vision

FSC’s vision is of a world in which the international adult industry, its workers and businesses, have equal rights, protections, and freedoms under the law; and where all people are protected from exploitation, and empowered by age-appropriate sexual health education.

Code of Ethics

FSC Members adhere to the industry code of ethics that details our industry’s commitments towards our people and those we serve through a responsible, ethical approach to pleasure products and adult entertainment.

Best Practices

FSC provides access to best practices, guidance documents, webinars, a strong peer to peer network, and other resources to support industry newcomers as well as strengthen existing businesses and empower industry workers.

Questions?

Feel free to contact us with any questions or queries you may have.

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Production Hold To Be Lifted Wednesday

Production Hold To Be Lifted Wednesday We can now confirm the positive test by an adult film performer on Saturday was from an exposure in their personal life during a hiatus in filming, and did not in any way compromise or affect the performer pool. The PASS system...
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Production Hold Update

Production Hold Update As announced on Saturday, the adult industry is maintaining a production hold until Wednesday, due to a possible positive test for HIV. The performer is currently being retested to determine if it was a false positive. Test results and partner...
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Preliminary Production Hold Called

Preliminary Production Hold Called The Free Speech Coalition is calling for a precautionary production hold after a possible positive test for HIV by an adult performer listed in the PASS database. The performer had not worked on an adult set during the window of...
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MelMagazine: This Is What Happens When Your Internet Provider Knows Which Porn Sites You Visit

Read the full article by Lynsey G. on MelMagazine.com. When I heard last week that Congress had voted to repeal restrictions that would’ve prohibited internet service providers (ISPs) from monitoring and selling users’ browsing histories, locations, app usage,...
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Why We Fight Against 2257 Regulations

A recent legal victory over the 2257 record-keeping regulations raised an old question in the media, even among some of our members. Why would the Free Speech Coalition fight a law meant to deter child pornography? 18 U.S.C. section 2257 was not designed to detect or...
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FSC Thanks Salt Lake Health Department for Troll of Utah Politicians

LOS ANGELES — The Free Speech Coalition thanks Utah’s Salt Lake County Health Department for an epic April Fool’s Day prank in which the Department offered a supposed vaccine for “pornography addiction.” In a series of three now-deleted tweets, the SLCHD wrote...
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Coalition Letter to Secretary Kelly Opposing Collection of Passwords at the Border

The Free Speech Coalition joins a coalition of 44 human rights and civil liberties organizations and trade associations writing in response to a statement made by John F. Kelly, Secretary of Homeland Security, at the House Homeland Security Committee hearing on...
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FSC Launches Fight Against Utah’s S.B. 185

LOS ANGELES — The Free Speech Coalition is moving quickly to fight a Utah bill that would allow private citizens to sue adult film producers for damages based related to merely viewing their films. The Utah legislature is hoping to pass S.B. 185, “Cause of Action for...
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Coalition Letter Support Net Neutrality

The Free Speech Coalition joins a coalition of 173 organizations expressing strong support for net neutrality, requesting that legislators oppose legislation and regulatory actions that would threaten net neutrality and roll back the important protections put in place...
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Oppose Utah SB 185 Cause of Action for Minors Injured by Pornography

The Free Speech Coalition wrote Senator Todd Weiler, author of S.B. 185, in opposition to the "Cause of Action for Minors Injured by Pornography". The bill as drafted violates first amendment protections, undermines critical legal principles, and is riddled with such...
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Production Hold Update

Production Hold Update As announced on Saturday, the adult industry is maintaining a production hold until Wednesday, due to a possible positive test for HIV. The performer is currently being...

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