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Segpay Becomes Newest ASACP Corporate Sponsor

(Los Angeles, CA) July 2, 2019Logo mashup graphic with both ASACPand Segpay in the same frame. – The Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP) is pleased to announce Segpay as its newest corporate sponsor.

ASACP’s Executive Director Tim Henning said that association sponsors such as Segpay illustrate how proactive corporate responsibility and ethical operation can make a real-life difference in protecting at-risk youth online.

“By sponsoring ASACP, the industry’s most prominent players prove that legal adult entertainment and mainstream digital media businesses alike, as well as their support services, such as billing pros Segpay, are capable of ‘doing the right thing’ when it comes to preventing children from accessing adult-oriented materials,” Henning explained. “ASACP is grateful to the commitment to online child protection that Segpay continues to make, and we encourage other companies to embrace a similar leadership role in keeping children out of and away from adult-oriented materials.”

For her part, Segpay CEO Cathy Beardsley said the company is proud to work with the association to help carry out the crucial mission of making the internet safer for children. CLICK HERE to read what Beardsley had to say about ASACP and more…

CrakRevenue’s Ultimate Adult Gaming Simulator: SexEmulator

Graphic ad with the CrakRenenue and SexEmulator logos.(Quebec City, QC) — CPA Network CrakRevenue announced today the launch of SexEmulator, a brand new adult game that serves as a top-performing sex simulator for adult traffic.

The concept of SexEmulator is simple: The user’s invited to create his or her dream girl and can develop the character’s sexual skill level to gain XP and unlock more games. Indeed, once the first skill set level is acquired, the user is invited to create an account to keep playing.

Affiliates looking to test this funnel can try it here:

“Once the user is engaged in the game, it’s very difficult for him to stop playing,” says Max Côté, creator of SexEmulator and Business Manager of Adult Gaming at CrakRevenue.

“This makes it way easier to generate conversions.” CLICK HERE to read more about CrakRevenue’s gamification and money funnel…

New Future Darkly Episode Stops the Clock At Pure Taboo

Photo from scene of All The Time In The World featuring Alina Lopez "frozen" in a sex-meets-sf fantasy moment.(Montreal, QC) June 24, 2019 – Adult Time introduces a clock-stopping new episode from Pure Taboo’s Future Darkly series, ‘All the Time in the World’, a fantastical fable about life’s possibilities when the world is frozen in time.

Alina Lopez plays Gabi, the picture-perfect object of her friend Ted (Justin Hunt)’s affections. When Gabi’s boyfriend (Nathan Bronson) drops to his knee and proposes at her birthday dinner party, Ted’s dreams are dashed… until he discovers a pocket watch with the amazing ability to stop time.

“You don’t want to be with him, you deserve better!” rants Ted. He uses the watch to halt all activity around him, unfreezes Gabi and declares his love. “I’ve stopped time so you could realize that I belong with you!” Gabi is skeptical but Ted is adamant: “We have all the time in the world for you to figure it out!”

“Alina is absolutely radiant in this episode,” Director Craven Moorehead said. “She and Justin did such a great job of bringing this fantasy to life. Who wouldn’t want to stop time to try to get the girl of our dreams if we could?” CLICK HERE to read what Justin Hunt had to say on this Sci-Fi-Fantasy, and more about Adult Time…

TES Prague First: Pineapple Support’s Mental Health Seminar For The Adult Industry

Graphic of the Pineapple Support and TES Logos.(Prague, Czech Republic) June 23, 2019 – Pineapple Support, the industry’s leading mental health non-profit, will be hosting a seminar helping adult companies deal with mental health issues in the workplace, at TES Prague in September. The “Building Stronger Companies Through Mental Health” seminar will led by Leya Tanit, Founder and President of Pineapple Support, and will highlight the ways that companies can strengthen the industry and their businesses by supporting mental health.

“Our industry is more decentralized than ever before, leaving many performers feeling isolated when dealing with stigma, shame, and stress,” says Tanit. “In this seminar, we’ll talk about how mental health crisis affects not only performers, but the companies they work for – because happier, supported performers are better, more effective performers.”

The seminar will cover common issues faced by performers, the free services Pineapple Support provides to the industry, and how a more direct partnership between Pineapple Support and individual companies can help create an environment where models thrive. CLICK HERE to read more about this innovating seminar debut…

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