Yanks.com, the 100% female-produced amateur erotica site devoted to the sexuality of real women, announces its official membership alliance with The Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP).
“We are committed to keeping adult entertainment by and for adults, and we are proud to join ASACP and our industry peers in the fight against child exploitation and abuse,” said Billie Miller, Yanks.com co-founder and CEO.
Miller and her Yanks partner, co-founder and CMO Todd Spaits, have joined the advocacy organization as Crusader Level members, in order to help the non-profit “continue to fight the good fight for the online protection of minors.”
“Representing the industry’s top companies, ASACP’s supporters, like Yanks.com and YANKSVR, serve as excellent examples of proactive self-regulation, corporate responsibility, and the pinnacle of ethical operation,” said ASACP’s Executive Director Tim Henning.
The Yanks team’s contributions will help sustain ASACP’s international reporting tip line and educational programs for parents, as well as maintaining the integrity of online content and the adult industry as a whole.
“As a non-profit association, ASACP relies on – and is very grateful for – the ongoing generosity of its supporters from the online entertainment, digital content, and mobile media industries,” added Henning, “in order to succeed in its mission of keeping children out of – and away from – age-inappropriate materials.”
Miller and Spaits developed Yanks.com’s concept of real women exploring their sexuality on camera for the first time in 2002, focusing specifically on amateur, all-natural talents in solo and all-girl settings.
For more information go to http://www.yanks.com and twitter.com/yanksgirls.