GIVING PERFORMERS A VOICE BOTH ON SET AND OFF
Member Area

 

Already an APAC member?

 

Click here for members-only resources, including access to voting, personal banking options, meeting and events information, and more!

 

 

Education

 

Looking for more information on how the industry works? Click here for details on:

  • Performer resposibilities and rights

  • How to navigate on-set experiences 

  • Standard industry protocols. 

  • Sexual health info

  • And more!

     

The STAMP

 

In search of adult performer-friendly professionals? Click here for a list of 

  • Physicians

  • Attorneys 

  • Therapists 

  • And other professionals who provide safe and non-judgmental services to adult performers

Blog

What's happening with APAC, in sex work communties, and the adult performer world?

 

Click here for news, performer perspectives, event announcements, and more.

APAC Mentoring

 

Are you a new or aspiring performer?

 

APAC offers a peer-to-peer program that can pair you with an experience performer to help navigate your experience in the industry.

 

 

 

Performer Meetings & Panels

 

APAC hosts bi-monthly performer meetings where performers discuss performer related topics. 

 

Before every performer meeting APAC hosts educational panels on various topics.

ABOUT US

The Adult Performer Advocacy Committee advocates to maintain and improve safety and working conditions in the adult film industry by giving adult performers organized representation in matters that affect our health, safety, and community.

 

The mission of APAC is to provide representation for performers in the adult film industry and to protect performers’ rights to a safer and more professional work environment. We do this through education of each other and the greater community, development of ethical best practices, and fostering of solidarity. We review existing health and safety protocols, and will initiate new ones as needed. We are committed to working cohesively with all aspects of the adult entertainment industry and the public, strengthening unity between all performers, and maintaining a work environment where workers are valued, respected, and educated.

 

CONTACT US

For media seeking to objectively report on the adult industry, please consult the

Adult Performer Advocacy Committee

PO Box 6662

Woodland Hills, CA 91365

(818) 927-2903

apac.information@gmail.com