Performer Availability Screening Services

FSC Performer Availability Screening Services (PASS) provides guidelines and services for the adult production industry designed to ensure a safe and healthy work environment of performers and adult film professionals. The program includes:

  • A series of nationwide testing sites providing low cost, high-quality testing in a timely manner
  • Performers have electronic access to testing results directly from labs
  • Variety of medical providers for treatment of performers in need of medical follow-up
  • Consistent standards and guidelines for testing and treatment of adult performers
  • A secure database that ensures performer privacy and protects producer liability
  • Protocol for performer support in the event of a positive HIV test result, including funding for testing of 1st and 2nd generation partners.

The PASS program was developed by industry stakeholders, compliance experts, doctors and attorneys, to uphold performer testing protocols and industry standards for self-regulation.

FSC also operates the Performer Subsidy Fund (PSF) to help subsidize up to three industry standard compliant tests (see PASS) per month.

PASS Partner Clinics

Health Advisories


FSC has been alerted that a performer using the stage name Macana Man attempted to work with forged test, photoshopping an old QR code onto what appeared to be an up-to-date test. In fact, the performer had not tested in PASS in over a year. The fraud was discovered...

Industry Alert: Forged Test

FSC has been alerted that a performer previously using the stage name Zae Eden attempted to work using a forged test, digitally manipulated in PDF form. The fraud was discovered when another performer attempted to verify the test in the PASS database. We are now aware...

FSC-PASS To Add New Testing Network, AIT, Beginning April 2

FSC announces the addition of a new testing network, Adult Industry Testing (AIT), to the PASS system, beginning April 2, 2019. AIT will begin with six locations in the Los Angeles area, including two in Woodland Hills, and one each in Mission Hills, Burbank, Beverly...

FSC Board Statement on HIV, PASS and The Antibody Test

Over the last two months, there have been confusing claims and counterclaims made regarding PASS in social media, the press, and at industry trade shows. The Free Speech Coalition Board of Directors is issuing this statement to clarify and update the industry on its...

PASS Advisory: Mycoplasma Genitalium

FSC-PASS has been made aware of a sexually transmitted infection (STI), Mycoplasma genitalium, that is rarely tested for in the US but may be increasing in prevalence. Given the available data and screening guidelines from the CDC and other institutions, we do not at...


The Free Speech Coalition has learned of a confirmed positive test for HIV in Spain. The performer had never tested within the PASS database. Unlike shoots in the US and Canada, productions in Europe do not currently have access to a standardized and unified system...


FSC-PASS was glad to hear that TTS has chosen to include a free antibody testing panel to their gold standard panel. FSC-PASS had previously evaluated this antibody test, but found it offered no additional risk reduction for performers, while increasing costs for...

PASS Database Scheduled Downtime Sunday, February 3

The PASS database (  will be offline on Sunday, February 3, 2019 from 1AM to 4AM PT for routine updates and maintenance. During this time, PASS participants and producers will not be able to access the database.  We ask that if you need to verify...