ASACP Names Southern Charms, Fleshlight.com, Porn.com as June Featured Sponsors
LOS ANGELES (June 1, 2020) — ASACP, the Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection, is pleased to name Southern Charms, Fleshlight.com and Porn.com as its Featured Sponsors for June 2020.
ASACP’s monthly Featured Sponsors are among the industry’s most respected companies and are prime examples of how responsible business practices, ethical operation, and social awareness can serve to protect minors from accidental exposure to age-restricted materials.
According to ASACP’s Executive Director Tim Henning, the association encourages all companies and organizations to take a caring, leadership role, and join in the fight to keep minors out of and away from adult-oriented materials by sponsoring ASACP and its efforts.
“As the community finds common ground in coping with the COVID crisis, we must remember the common ground we share in our desire to protect children — the most vulnerable of us all,” Henning said. “As more people stay at home, education, entertainment, and the workplace are increasingly in the online space. Unfortunately, the risk of abuse and predation is also rising in this realm.”
“Now, more than ever, we must come together to make a difference,” Henning added. “New tech and new platforms are complicating the battle for online child protection, but it is a war we can win without the need for government interference or mandatory age verification.”
The support that ASACP receives from sponsors such as Southern Charms, Fleshlight.com, and Porn.com enable it to continue its 24-year-long record of success and provide a range of educational and informational resources, including market-specific Best Practices and a Code of Ethics for online businesses, app publishers and operators of age-restricted websites.
Among its most notable achievements, ASACP’s RTA (Restricted To Adults) meta labeling system helps parents prevent their children’s access to countless adult-oriented webpages and mobile apps and is offered to all site and app publishers free of charge, as are all ASACP services; including its CP Reporting Tipline, which has received and processed well over 1 million user reports to date, thanks to the generosity of the nonprofit association’s sponsors and members.
For June, ASACP honors Southern Charms, Fleshlight.com and Porn.com as its Featured Sponsors, recognizing the continued, generous support that these companies provide to the association, and honoring their commitment to making the internet safer for children and families.
An ASACP Title Sponsor since 2003, amateur porn powerhouse Southern Charms is one of the world’s largest sites, with more than two decades of experience in providing women over the age of 18 with an opportunity to have their own website. Accessible to adults only, Southern Charms takes pride in being a clean site that features age-verified models with releases on file for each performer.
“You will not find any obscene material or any underage models on Southern Charms. You will only find clean adult amateur fun,” said a company representative. “Please rest assured that if someone communicates to us that they are interested in underage pictures of models, we will report it to the appropriate authorities immediately.”
In addition to its support of ASACP, Southern Charms backs up its business philosophy by making use of RTA labeling and a clean warning page, as well as by securing explicit content within its premium members’ area.
An ASACP Corporate Sponsor since 2007, Fleshlight and its parent Interactive Life Forms, is an established leader in the field of sexual health and fulfillment and serves as a positive example for other adult novelty companies to follow. At the forefront of the development of haptic devices, Fleshlight bridges traditional novelties with the newest technology, to bolster connections between people around the world.
According to Fleshlight, in an era where vibrators have been championed as a means for female sexual freedom and enjoyment, male sex products have remained something of a dirty, unwanted cousin to their female counterparts. By providing high quality, discreet and tasteful products, the company hopes to help change these perceptions and to bring the topic of male sexuality into the public discourse — with a focus on providing adult novelties to adults only.
A consistent supporter of the association’s mission, Porn.com has been an ASACP Corporate Sponsor since 2008 and is considered by fans to be one of the internet’s top destinations for adult-oriented videos and more.
Operating a video directory that serves as “the Google of porn,” Porn.com only hosts videos provided by registered content partners of PaidPerView.com, and uses a variety of advanced systems to delete any video clips that contain banned terms or themes before they are ever displayed on the site.
By carefully controlling the sources of its content, Porn.com provides proof that adult video sites can operate successfully without having to rely on unauthorized uploads or take a blind eye toward the type of materials they publish.
“The ongoing generosity of industry leaders such as Southern Charms, Fleshlight.com and Porn.com help enable ASACP to carry out its vital mission to protect today’s constantly connected youth,” Henning concluded. “ASACP’s Featured Sponsors demonstrate that proactive leadership and corporate responsibility are hallmarks of the digital media business and that caring and profits can and do go hand-in-hand.”
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Founded in 1996, ASACP is a nonprofit organization dedicated to online child protection. ASACP is comprised of two separate entities, the Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection and the ASACP Foundation. ASACP is a 501(c)(4) social welfare organization that manages a membership program that provides resources to companies to help them protect minors online, while the ASACP Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. The ASACP Foundation battles online child exploitation through its CP Reporting Tipline, which has processed more than 1 million reports to date and helps parents prevent children from viewing age-restricted material online with its RTA (Restricted To Adults) website label (www.rtalabel.org). ASACP has invested 24 years in developing progressive programs to protect children, and its relationship in assisting the industry’s child protection efforts is unparalleled. For more information, visit ASACP.org.