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.

FSC Elections to Begin on Sunday

Voting for Free Speech Coalition 2018 Board of Directors kicks off on Sunday, with a total of seven Board seats available. Voting will take place from Sunday, December 9, 2018, and last through midnight on Sunday, December 16, 2018. All current members of the Free...

Facebook Reiterates, Expands Its Ban on Sexuality on Its Site (AVN)

Read the full article by Mark Kernes at AVN.com CYBERSPACE—Within the past few days, international social networking platform Facebook has expanded its ban on nearly anything having to do with sexuality. Although the platform had a wide variety of bans on similar...

The Dangerous Trend of LGBTQ Censorship on the Internet

Read the full article by Alexander Cheves on https://www.out.com/out-exclusives/2018/12/06/dangerous-trend-lgbtq-censorship-internet  "On November 16 Tumblr confirmed that its mobile app had been removed from Apple’s App Store after the tech giant found that child...

Facebook Also Becoming a Sexuality-Free Zone: Reason Roundup (Reason.com)

Read the full article by Elizabeth Nolan Brown on Reason.com  "The new Sexual Solicitation policy starts by stating that while Facebook wants to faciliate discussion "and draw attention to sexual violence and exploitation," it "draw[s] the line...when content...

On Tumblr’s Adult Content Ban

The social media platform Tumblr has announced that on December 17, it will effectively ban all adult content. Tumblr follows the lead of Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and other social media platforms, who over the past few years have meticulously scrubbed their...

N.Y. Bill Would Outlaw Airdrops of Unsolicited Explicit Images (XBIZ)

Read the full article by Rhett Pardon at XBIZ.com NEW YORK — New York’s City Council is weighing a measure to make it illegal to take part in “cyber flashing” using technology like Apple’s AirDrop to offer up unsolicited explicit images to recipients. The new piece of...

Direct Deposit Now Available for Performer Subsidy Fund Payouts

Payouts from Performer Subsidy Fund have just become much easier to deposit, thanks to the introduction of eDeposits. PSF recipients can now link their free ‘eCheck lockbox’ to their debit card, and directly make the deposit without first having to print out an...

If True, Stormy’s Claim About Avenatti is Kind of a Big Deal (YNOT)

Read the full article by Gene Zorkin at YNOT.com LOS ANGELES – In a statement published by the Daily Beast on Wednesday, Stormy Daniels said her attorney Michael Avenatti “filed a defamation case against Donald Trump against my wishes.” Given that the ill-considered...

Why Sex Products Are Entering the Beauty and Wellness Space (Glossy)

Read the full article by Priya Rao at Glossy.co When former Into The Gloss co-founder Nick Axelrod was looking to launch his next beauty act, a direct-to-consumer personal-care brand called Nécessaire with business partner Randi Christiansen, he decided the body-care...

Nobody Would Hire Me Because I Was A Sex Worker. So I Started My Own Company. (Huffington Post)

Read the full article by Amy Boyajian at HuffingtonPost.com When people ask me how I got into sex work, I say it just happened. To be honest, sex work scared the s**t out of me. My sexuality and confidence were a mess from trauma, and the idea that they were suddenly...

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