FSC NOT Related to Boston Free Speech Coalition

The Free Speech Coalition (FSC), the trade group for the adult industry, is in no way related to the organization billing itself as the Boston Free Speech Coalition or Boston Free Speech. We do not and have never had any connection to the group or any relationship...
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US ISPs could soon monitor your ‘secret’ porn viewing habits

Read the entire story by Lynsey G at TheNextWeb.com "Far more than just financial considerations, the adult industry understands privacy concerns from an intimate perspective. Most porn producers and performers operate under assumed names to protect their own privacy...
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NYC’s long war on storefront porn reaches new tipping point

Read the full article at Pix11.com by the Associated Press and Allison Kaden NEW YORK — A dwindling number of peep shows, strip clubs and adult DVD stores have survived New York City's two-decade legal war on smut and now, some of the survivors are worried a recent...
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They Won’t Stop at Backpage

Read the full article by Elizabeth Nolan Brown at Reason.com Some bipartisan busybodies in the Senate are pushing a bill they claim will take aim at sex trafficking—but as usual, their lofty claims don't square with reality. The "Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act"...
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FSC’s Leue Elected to Co-Chair Public Policy Committee for L.A. HIV Commission (XBIZ)

Read the full article by Rhett Pardon on XBIZ.com  Leue told XBIZ that he joined the HIV Commission in 2014, after seeing "the rise in dangerous anti-scientific rhetoric against new prevention options like PrEP and similar rhetorical attacks on sex workers and other...
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FSC NOT Related to Boston Free Speech Coalition

The Free Speech Coalition (FSC), the trade group for the adult industry, is in no way related to the organization billing itself as the Boston Free Speech Coalition or Boston Free Speech. We do not...

They Won’t Stop at Backpage

Read the full article by Elizabeth Nolan Brown at Reason.com Some bipartisan busybodies in the Senate are pushing a bill they claim will take aim at sex trafficking—but as usual, their lofty claims...

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