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FSC Calls for Industry-Wide Meeting on Production Health Services

Diane Duke

Free Speech Coalition is calling all industry stakeholders to a meeting to preview plans for Adult Production Health & Safety Services (APHSS). Performers, producers, agents and other industry members that are concerned with STD testing protocols and workplaces safety are encouraged to attend. Media will be allowed to attend an exclusive press conference, following the meeting.

The meeting is scheduled for May 26, at 1pm, at the Sportsmen’s Lodge in Studio City, with press conference following at 3:30pm in the same location. The address is 12833 Ventura Blvd., Studio City, CA, 91604.

“FSC has been in contact with numerous industry professionals and sexual health providers. Together, we are developing a solid program that will fill in the gaps resulting from AIM’s closure,” FSC Executive Director Diane Duke. “If you’re affected by the production side of the industry this is an essential meeting for you to attend.”

An agenda for the meeting is to be announced. Information will be released to industry media outlets, as well as on the FSC Blog, Facebook and Twitter @FSCArmy.

This is an open meeting for industry members only. Members of the general public will not be permitted to attend.

If you are an industry member or a media representative and planning to attend, please send an email to joanne@freespeechcoalition.com , so that FSC can estimate how many will be in attendance.

(Photo courtesy of BZiL)

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