X Tax Pros- trusted for your financial needs & protection


X Tax Pros is your one-stop shop for all your tax, financial planning and asset protection needs. The owner, Mike Moore works with the adult entertainment industry in mind and has many local clients to support his integrity including identity protection. He has an office in Las Vegas and one in Wyoming where he also specializes in LLC (Limited Liability Corporation) business setups and startups.

X Tax Pros has worked with several production companies and adult entertainers. Mike is a regular financial supporter of local adult-oriented community-based events as well as various national and international adult entertainment industry conventions such as AVN, XBIZ and other webcam gatherings. SWOP-Las Vegas extends our gratitude for the use of the Las Vegas office for meetings and events.


Sex Workers Outreach Project (SWOP)-USA


Sex Workers Outreach Project (SWOP)-USA is a national social justice network dedicated to the fundamental human rights of sex workers and their communities, focusing on ending violence and stigma through education and advocacy.

SWOP, at its most basic, is an anti-violence campaign. As a multi-state network of sex workers and advocates, we address locally and nationally the violence that sex workers experience because of their criminal status.

Operating in one of the most prominently violent societies today, sex workers in the USA experience this phenomenon pointedly in the context of their criminal status. Yet, sex workers are seldom afforded protection or recourse from violent acts committed against them because of the precarious, often graft-ridden relationship between sex work and law enforcement. Society tolerates violence against sex workers because of the stigma and myths that surround prostitution. Only until these falsehoods are corrected and sex workers are legitimized will we be able to effectively prevent and minimize the structural and occupational challenges of sex work.


Abeni (Orange County, CA)



Abeni exists to create a safe, confidential place for those working in the Orange County sex trades, as well as those being domestically sex trafficked.

We aim to be a present source of relevant, relational, and holistic support for those who are working or have worked in the adult entertainment industry…

Some of us at Abeni remember what it was like when we were in the sex industry. Sometimes we just wanted a friend, someone to walk alongside us with no expectations, with no agenda, and no ulterior motives. Some of us really enjoyed our time in the industry, as well as the flexibility and economic freedom it offered. When we decided that we wanted to change our circumstances, we needed emotional encouragement and contacts to find jobs, housing, educational opportunities, and social circles. We needed access to services and resources, but we didn’t know where to get them. That’s why we’re here now.

While we heard lots of people outside the industry talking about the industry, we realized that not a lot of people were listening to those currently in the industry.  We knew that we needed to listen to their stories, see the world through their lens, and learn from their experiences.

The understanding that resulted changed everything for us and helped shape Abeni into who we are now, as well as who we’re committed to becoming in the future.

Red Light Legal (Oakland, CA)



Red Light Legal is a fledgling organization that provides direct legal services, legal representation, community education, and policy advocacy to sex workers in all corners of the industry. Utilizing harm-reductionist and anti-oppression methodologies, Red Light Legal is the first constituency-led legal organization providing services to this marginalized population.

Red Light Legal joins TGI Justice Project and CURB as Justice Now’s fiscally-sponsored projects. Like Justice Now, we believe policing and prisons are not making our communities safer and that the current system severely damages the communities most affected by criminalization and stigmatization.

TAIF (Trans Adult Industry Foundation – Los Angeles, CA)



Trans Adult Industry Foundation, Inc. (TAIF) raises money, by fundraising and corporate sponsorships, to distribute funds directly to charitable organizations that provide life-affirming support services to the transgender population. This includes, but is not limited to, groups who work in housing, call centers, emergency shelters, and advocacy. The intention of TAIF is to provide resources to trans people, with a specific focus on the needs of the performers in our community.

Prose & Lore: The RedUP Literary Journal


Prose & Lore is the Red Umbrella Project’s literary journal, which collects memoir stories about sex work in two issues per year (Fall/Winter and Spring/Summer). The stories are original to Prose & Lore, and about 75% of the authors in each issue are previously unpublished. Many of the contributors participate in our memoir workshops and drop-in writing sessions.


Eros Guide

Eros-Guide.com© Escorts and Massage listings; BDSM, Fetish, Shopping, News, Erotica, Events and more. Eros Guide© to Escorts and BDSM presents the world’s largest listings of erotic entertainers, including contact information for escorts, massage, bdsm, exotic dancers, nightlife, erotic art, strippers, male escorts and much more! We also feature events and club listings, erotica, shopping… everything adult in your city is on Eros Guide©!


Kitestring (Safety App)


Going out? Whether you’re meeting up with a stranger or just taking a midnight stroll, give Kitestring a heads up.

Check in via SMS. Kitestring checks up on you with a simple text message. Reply to the message to check in.

Stay connected. If you don’t check in, Kitestring sends your emergency contacts a personalized alert message.


APLE (Hawaii)


Why should Hawaii’s prostitution laws be reformed?

APLE (Arresting Prostitutes is Legal Exploitation) believes laws should further some legitimate interest of the community and not simply harass citizens designated as outcasts. Criminal prostitution laws are a hold over from an era when there were laws against sodomy and adultery, and debtors were sent to prison. Today laws against prostitution are defended on the grounds that they keep prostitutes from walking the streets and offending people who don’t want to see them there. However, these laws are ineffectual at preventing prostitution and in fact, make it more difficult to address the harms of prostitution since they simply drive the problems underground.