iWantEmpire Pledges Support to APAC

LOS ANGELESiWantEmpire has signed a sponsorship deal with the Adult Performer Advocacy Committee or APAC to fund efforts to support performers working in the adult industry.
“We are very pleased to partner with APAC as a sponsor in its efforts to create a safe and professional work environment in the industry,” said iWantEmpire Vice President Jay Phillips. “iWantEmpire and its network of adult sites is committed to supporting a healthy, positive and safe workplace for all performers and members of the adult community and through this gesture, we encourage our colleagues to join us in supporting APAC in its extremely important work.”
By sponsoring the organization, iWantEmpire will provide $1,000 per month for a total of $12,000 over the course of the year. The funds will go toward its work which includes providing advocacy for performers in the adult industry while protecting their rights to a safer and more professional work environment. Through education initiatives aimed at performers and members of the greater adult community, APAC aims to review existing health and safety protocols, develop ethical best practices and more.

APAC, since its formation, has been at the heart of initiatives to protect performers and improve workplace safety. It was also was a key supporter behind the anti-Prop. 60 campaign which successfully fought the proposed legislation which would have permitted anyone to sue adult industry members if they felt a production did not use condoms.
“iWantEmpire is dedicated to the well-being of performers and models in the adult industry and APAC’s primary mission is to protect and educate the talent base; this is a perfect cause for us to support,” Phillips added.