iWantClips has joined the Free Speech Coalition and pledged to support its efforts against censorship and other illegal restrictions against the adult industry.
The innovative custom and clip platform iWantClips has been recognised for its high-quality adult content.
“As one of the leading adult content sites, we are keenly aware of the need for the strong advocacy work by the Free Speech Coalition.”
The move to join the industry’s top legal advocacy organisation, came after iWantClips management team met with Free Speech Coalition officials at the Phoenix Forum, the leading trade show for online adult businesses held March 22-26 in Phoenix.
The Free Speech Coalition is the adult industry’s trade organisation and legal watchdog group aimed at protecting it from censorship and efforts to restrict freedom of speech and expression by its members and the porn industry as a whole. The organisation was instrumental last November in helping defeat California’s Prop. 60 which would have made it easier for anyone to file lawsuits against industry members if condoms were not used during the production of adult movies.Since its launch, the innovative custom and clip platform iWantClips has been recognised for its high-quality adult content and for attracting top models thanks to its high model payouts, state-of-the-art interface, vanity URLs and its ability to promote its models extensively.
iWantClips’ newly-established mobile chat site iWantPhone.com which features a model-friendly application that allows performers to safely enjoy chat interactions with their fans, with the added benefit of an easy-to-capitalise-on revenue stream.
Besides its chat site, iWantClips is also known for its popular sister site iWantCustomClips.com which offers users the ability to direct their ultimate fantasy by choosing the model and then designing an entirely custom experience.
About Free Speech Coalition:
Officially founded in 1991, the Free Speech Coalition (FSC) is the trade association of the adult entertainment industry based in the United States. The association’s roots date back to March 1968, to an early convention held at the Sheraton Universal Hotel, in Los Angeles. The association’s first iteration grew out of a national group called the Adult Film Association of America (AFAA), made up mostly of theatre owners. But with the advent of inexpensive home video, the AFAA morphed into the Adult Film and Video Association of America (AFVAA).
By 1987, the AFVAA leadership included industry legends like David Friedman, director Ron Sullivan and performer/publisher Gloria Leonard, among others. The same year, an event defined the group as a true industry trade organisation and galvanised its members – the arrest of adult producer Hal Freeman for pandering. Prosecutors charged that paying performers to have sex on film was prostitution. But Freeman took the fight to the California Supreme Court and won, opening the doors to making porn production legal in California and establishing the need for an organised group to advocate for adult. The Free Speech Coalition is online at www.freespeechcoalition.com
Founded on a deep respect for women, sex-positive forward-thinking attitude, and love for state-of-the-art technology, iWantClips and its subsidiary sites, iWantCustomClips and iWantPhone are the world’s leading fetish, custom, and porn star clip and chat sites. The innovative network partners with all of its models, offering the highest payouts, vanity URLs and other exclusive marketing tools. Its proprietary software employs visual icons which boast easy search and navigation features along with a platform for direct interaction and communication with the site’s bevy of models.
iWantClips Clip Platform Pledges to Support the Wellbeing of the Adult Industry.