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APHSS.org Meeting to be Streamed Live on XBIZ.net

Diane Duke

Adult Production Health & Safety Services (APHSS.org) will hold a meeting on July 10, at 1pm PDT, for industry members to discuss the topics of performer testing and the Los Angeles condom ordinance.

 The meeting will take place at Majestic Plaza, 18341 Sherman Way, Ste 207, Reseda, CA, 91335. Industry members are encouraged to attend in-person, if possible. For more details of the meeting, click here.

However, for those who are unable to attend, a video broadcast of the meeting will be streamed live to industry members on XBIZ.net. If you would like to access the live broadcast, sign in or register at XBIZ.net.

A link to the broadcast will appear inside XBIZ.net on the date of the meeting along with a pre-broadcast email notification.

“We want to thank XBIZ for all the help they provide to FSC,” FSC Executive Director Diane Duke said. “This meeting is very important to anyone that works in content production – we will discuss how APHSS.org works; how the program was developed to reduce liability for producers and agents; standards for HIV testing; and the importance of supporting a system that upholds protocols for industry self-regulation. We also will update everyone on the L.A. condom ordinance.

“In the interest of industry unity, XBIZ has graciously offered to make it possible for those that can’t make it to the meeting to be informed,” Duke added.

Speakers include: Industry and workplace safety attorneys Jeffrey Douglas and Karen Tynan; Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Peter Miao; Kink.com CEO Peter Acworth; and FSC Executive Director Diane Duke.

This meeting will be open to producers, directors, performers and agents. If you need more information, please contact joanne@freespeechcoalition.com.

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The Free Speech Coalition is the national trade organization to the adult entertainment industry. Its mission is to lead, protect and support the growth and well-being of the adult entertainment community.

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