LOS ANGELES — The Free Speech Coalition, the national trade association for the adult industry, thanks iWantClips.com, an industry leader in custom content and chat, for generously supporting FSC as Diamond member, the highest level available.

“When we first met with the iWantClips team at the Phoenix Forum in March, we were immediately impressed by their commitment to the models who use their platform,” said Eric Paul Leue, FSC’s Executive Director. “It quickly became apparent that we were kindred spirits. By joining FSC, we will work together to fight for the rights of performers, and to battle the stigma and discrimination those who work in this industry face.”

While IWC is a relative newcomer, the company has quickly made a name for itself among performers and consumers as a technically adept platform with a respect for their performers, and an investment in their success.

IWC first joined the national trade association as a corporate platinum member in the spring, but recently increased its support to the Diamond level.

“We wanted to give as much support to FSC as we could,” said Jay Phillips, Vice President of IWC. “We’ve watched over the past year as they’ve gone to bat for the rights of performers, producers and consumers. To us, supporting the industry trade association is an investment into our industry’s future. We know there are challenges ahead, and we’re proud to stand united.”



Founded on a deep respect for women, sex-positive forward-thinking attitude, and love for state-of-the-art technology, iWantClips and its subsidiary sites, iWantCustomClips and iWantPhone are the world’s leading fetish, custom, and porn star clip and chat sites. The innovative network partners with all of its models, offering the highest payouts, vanity URLs and other exclusive marketing tools.  Its proprietary software employs visual icons which boast easy search and navigation features along with a platform for direct interaction and communication with the site’s bevy of models.




Mike Stabile
Communications Director, Free Speech Coalition

Spokesperson, iWantClips



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