Manwin Gives TTS Green Light After APHSS Endorsement

Rhett Pardon

LUXEMBOURG — Following news earlier in the day that Talent Testing Service has become an endorsed APHSS provider, Manwin announced this afternoon that it will once again accept results from the performer testing service.

Fabian Thylmann, Manwin's managing partner, said that “performer health and safety is paramount when it comes to production,” and that because TTS is now part of APHSS, the adult entertainment giant will accept results originating from the APHSS database.

“We are happy that APHSS and TTS have managed to set aside their differences for the good of the industry," Thylmann said. "This will also allow performers to have another great testing facility to use.”

Entertainers performing in scenes commissioned for Manwin websites are obliged to provide health tests that are no older than 15 days, the company said.

The APHSS program only displays availability of a performer based on both 15 days and 28 days testing cycles. Availability means that a performer has tested clean for HIV, gonorrhea, chlamydia and syphilis.