Welcome to the International Entertainment Adult Union.
We are the only Department of Labor approved Parent Union
representing the adult industry in the U.S.
Financial Attacks on Legal Adult Entertainer Workers Continue
Adult entertainers who are impacted by these draconian measures must organize, stand up and demand that the attacks against them stop!
Adult Film Talent, UNDETECTABLE DOES NOT MEAN UNTRANSMITTABLE!
Once again the FSC is not telling you the whole truth!
Cam Girls, Getting scammed out of your money? Live web companies taking to high of a %?
Companies are withholding your funds with no reason why, and no way to fight the issue.
Dancers, have you worked an 8 hour shift and had to give all your money to the house, the bartender, the DJ, the house mom, and everyone else with their hand out? Leaving you with barely enough money to pay the babysetter?
These actions may be illegal, and we can help you earn more and take more home.
Ever seen yourself on late night HBO or Showtime and think to yourself,
"Humm, shouldn't I be getting paid for that?"
Wouldn't it make a huge difference in your life if you got even one penny for every click you got on the internet?
All Adult Entertainers!
Join with your brothers and sisters and be a part of changing history!
Helping us = Helping you!
The IEAU stance on the FOSTA bill
The International Entertainment Adult Union organizes workers in entertainment industries where one must be 18 or older to participate. Our union supports healthy, non-coerced sex between consenting adults and the audiences that appreciate them. Our members engage in legal activity and we are firmly against sex trafficking, child molestation and other forms of forced sex.
Congress recently passed FOSTA; HR 1865 in an attempt to address sex trafficking. A good target but with bad aim.
This will have unintended consequences that impact legitimate websites and legal adult performers. A better way to address this issue would be to encourage unionization of the adult-performer industry. We need a union card check law, the enforcement of current labor laws and an end to attacks on labor. Unions do not allow their members to be victims.
Action Center4th Porn Star to Pass Away
Olivia Nova Is the Fourth Porn Star to Die In Three Months. What's Going On In the Adult Industry?APAG & Rolling Stones!
Rolling Stone Magazine quotes APAG officers on the Mental Health state in the Adult Film Industry.APAGs Nikki Benz list
Porn Actresses and Violations on setIt is Official - The only true Union for Adult Entertainers
UNIONIZING OF THE ADULT ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY IS OFFICIAL U.S. Department of Labor Approved the industry’s union on December 15th, 2015. Los Angeles, California – May 7, 2016 – The I.E.A.U. (International Entertainment Adult Union) a Mother Union for the Adult Entertainment Industry has finally been formed, structured, and has received legal approval from the US Department of Labor; thus, it is now a legal entity able to represent its members.Fighting for your rights
“we now find ourselves out of jobs, with no social security, no health insurance, and not realizing how quickly retirement would come”. Their issues range from health insurance plans to royaltiesEthics, Porn, and Workers' Rights
But pointing out that ethical issues do exist, and they're more complicated than you might originally suspect, is a start.Strippers Are Fighting
Strippers Are Fighting a Quiet Revolution for Employment RightsPorn’s First Union President: Performers Should Be 21+ Only
Adult entertainers don’t spend a lot of time thinking about 401(k) plans, social security, or life after porn—New Adult Industry Labor Union Addresses Its Critics
The union was founded by industry veteran Phyllisha Anne, and approved by the U.S. Department of Labor in December of 2015. Its primary mission is to serve as a support organization for workers in all facets of the adult industry.Pornographic Performers May Be Employees,
Pornographic Performers May Be Employees,Porn Stars of the World, Unite!
Aiming to unite the estimated 10 million people who work within the adult entertainment industry worldwide, The International Entertainment Adult Union, or I.E.A.U., was formed in December 2015 and has been registered with the U.S. Department of Labor.Exotic dancers sue for rights
Under 21 exotic dancers file a federal lawsuit, against the state of Louisiana, for rights to bear all.