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June 15, 2016

APAC Relaunches Website

LOS ANGELES—The Adult Performer Advocacy Committee (APAC) enhances its online presence with the launch of an extensively upgraded new website (www.apac-usa.com) with added resources and educational tools for adult performers. “This new website is an important step forward for our organization,” APAC president Chanel Preston explained. “Not only will the site assist performers in locating industry-friendly resources like doctors, agents and lawyers, but the site includes tips on how to navigate the industry for new performers, and essential information on sexual health. For those unable to attend our meetings, the site will also help foster community within our rapidly expanding industry.” The revamped site is intended to be more user-friendly, and was designed with questions of accessibility in mind. Notable new information on the site includes a Performer Bill of Rights and Professional Code of Conduct, as well as a list of professionals who have achieved the “APAC Stamp” which guarantees ethical work practices in order to protect performers' rights and safety.  Additionally, the site includes new educational videos and presentations that will be updated frequently. The site also features a “members only” section that will include minutes from previous meetings for those members unable to attend in person.  First chartered in 2013, APAC actively advocates to maintain and improve safety and working conditions in the adult industry by giving adult performers organized representation in matters that affect their health, safety and community. The organization holds meetings for its members on an every-other-month basis (the next meeting will take place in August). For more information on becoming a member, accessing member benefits and attending events, visit the APAC website or contact apac.information@gmail.com. 

 
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