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Girlfriends Films Joins ASACP as Corporate Sponsor

Los Angeles, CA (July 2, 2008) – The Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP) is pleased to announce that Girlfriends Films has become its newest Corporate Sponsor.

Born from a documentary filmmaking class at the University of California, Los Angeles in 2002, Girlfriends Films has strived from the beginning to stand apart from the pack of adult movie makers. Since their inception they have become one of the most popular and fastest growing brands in the adult industry. Girlfriends Films prides itself on building a solid reputation as one of the few erotic film companies offering long-form adult entertainment.

“The video side of the industry has always been concerned about child protection, which is why we are so pleased companies like Girlfriends Films are learning about ASACP and its mission,” stated ASACP CEO Joan Irvine. “Dan O’Connell is an excellent example of how to run a successful business with a social conscience. Businesses such as Girlfriends Films help to shine a positive light on the industry and we are excited to have them as a sponsor.”

“Girlfriends Films believes in preventing child pornography and helping parents prevent their kids from accessing web sites meant for just for adults. Our industry is truly fortunate to have ASACP and their leadership fighting for these causes. We are more than happy to support them,” stated Dan O’Connell, President of Girlfriend Films. “And it’s not just about kids and parents. The adult industry is constantly battled from many fronts – mostly religious and political – and ASACP’s devotion to good causes supported by everyone on all sides goes a long way in cleaning up the industry’s reputation and allowing us to continue in business. Every person and company with an adults-only web site should be contributing to ASACP.”

Founded in 1996, the Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP) is a non-profit organization dedicated to eliminating child pornography from the Internet. ASACP also works to help parents prevent children from viewing age-inappropriate material online. Companies and individuals interested in supporting ASACP may go to www.asacp.org for more information on how to get involved.

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