We are the National Trade Association for the Adult Industry


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.


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

States, including Florida, tackle a different threat to teens: pornography (Yahoo)

Read the full article by Christopher Wilson at Yahoo.com As survivors of the Stoneman Douglas shooting packed the gallery of Florida’s statehouse last month to see how their legislators would vote on potential gun control regulation, the legislators had something else...


Read the full article by Louise Matsakis at Wired.com In 1995, A bipartisan pair of senators wrote a bill to address growing concerns over minors accessing pornography on the internet. President Bill Clinton would eventually sign the Communications Decency Act in...


Read the full article by Lauren Smiley at Newslocker.com Polly Rodriguez bought her first vibrator at a Hustler Hollywood store off a St. Louis highway. You know the kind of place: pictures of women with fake breasts and peroxide hair, racks of corsets and...

‘Sex Trafficking’ Bill Will Take Away Online Spaces Sex Workers Need to Survive (Motherboard/Vice)

Read the full article by Samantha Cole at Motherboard.Vice.com This week, the Senate is expected to vote on FOSTA-SESTA, a bill package that could put sex workers’ lives on the line. By making social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter liable for their users’...

UK government delays rollout of controversial age-verification porn laws (The Verge)

Read the full article by James Vincent at TheVerge.com The UK government is delaying plans to introduce compulsory age checks for people accessing porn online. The policy was scheduled to go into action this April, but the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and...

Congressional Sex Trafficking Bills Not In The Best Interest of Sex Workers (AIDS United)

Read more on AIDSUnited.org The Senate is scheduled to vote next week on the Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act (SESTA), the Allow States and Victims to the Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (FOSTA), or another similar iteration of the legislation, as early as Monday....

To Media Reporting on Loss

Over the past several months, the adult community has suffered more than its share of heartbreak. We have struggled to make sense of the loss, and to move forward to prevent future tragedy. It is...

FSC Issues Second Ringworm Advisory

Secondary infections may necessitate suspensions of production LOS ANGELES — Free Speech Coalition, the national trade association for the adult industry, has received numerous reports of ringworm,...

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