“PRURIENT SEXUAL INTEREST” RESTRICTIONS FOR THE PAYROLL PROTECTION PROGRAM ARE UNCONSTITUTIONAL —A SUMMARY EXPLANATION

The First Amendment protects freedom of speech by very strictly limiting government interference with expression between willing speakers and willing listeners. Only in very narrow circumstances may government restrict such expression on account of its content. For...

A Letter from Adult Film Producers and Buyers

To the Adult Entertainment Community,   We are deeply concerned for the health and safety of every member of the adult entertainment community. The inability to produce has caused financial hardship throughout the industry, and we are as eager to return to work...

Government Financial Assistance for Adult Industry Workers

To All Workers in the Adult Entertainment Industry We hope that everyone is staying safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. We want to provide some information and resources to help you get through the financial stress resulting from government orders and public health...

Clarification on The SBA Loan Application “Prurient” Provision

Many FSC members have raised concerns about a provision in the new Small Business Administration’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program, which might appear to specifically discriminate against adult businesses.  In order to qualify for the SBA Loan, applicants are...

CLARIFICATION ON UTAH’S ‘PORN WARNING’ LAW

CLARIFICATION ON UTAH’S ‘PORN WARNING’ LAW In March, the State of Utah passed a law requiring anyone distributing ‘obscene’ material in Utah to affix a warning label — and, in the case of streaming video, a five-second pre-roll —warning potential viewers of the...

FSC Statement on Ron Jeremy Charges

Free Speech Coalition (FSC) stands with the women who have recently filed charges of rape and sexual assault against veteran adult film actor Ron Jeremy. We learned of the charges yesterday, but...

Updated FAQ for FSC PASS

Dear Community, Since the release of the production guidelines and COVID-19 testing recommendations last week, we’ve been asked a lot of questions about whether they are mandatory or not, and how...

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