LOS ANGELES — The Adult Performer Advocacy Committee (APAC) has announced it will hold a panel aimed at educating and orienting new performers in the adult industry on April 3.
“We are so excited for this opportunity to meet with performers who are just starting out,” APAC President Chanel Preston said. “The point of this panel is to create a safe, comfortable and friendly environment where new performers can learn the tricks of the trade from veteran professionals. I want to include some of the information I wish I had known when I was just starting out myself!"
The panel will cover a wide range of topics including how to prepare and what to expect during shoots, how to navigate health issues and the testing system, as well as financial troubleshooting (such as finding a sex work friendly bank).
APAC welcomes all current and former adult film performers to the meeting, which will take place in the Los Angeles area. Membership is encouraged, but not required in order to attend. For information on attending, performers can contact APAC directly by email at email@example.com. Performers that are unable to attend are invited to watch the Porn 101 video for helpful information and tips about starting out in the industry.
APAC advocates to maintain and improve safety and working conditions in the adult film industry by giving adult performers organized representation in matters that affect their health, safety and community. For more information on becoming a member, accessing member benefits and attending events, visit the APAC website or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.