Bisexual Britni Named to Internet Freedom Association Board

Seven new members – some of the most prominent names in the adult Internet industry – have been installed on the board of directors of the Internet Freedom Association, the group has announced.

The new members are Tammy (BeckaLynn) Robinson of, Connor Young of The Adult Webmaster, Bob (Ynot Bob) Rice of, Ron (Plugger) Dobley of, Britni (Bisexual Britni) Taylor of, Cynthia (Cyndalie) Fanshaw of, and Jeff Miller of Sunup Media.

The IFA operated through the end of August with a board of volunteer directors until the group could name a formal board chosen from its membership, the group said when announcing the new formal board membership.

“I am pleased with the quality and enthusiasm of the new board members,” said IFA founder and general counsel Lawrence G. Walters, the noted First Amendment and adult industry attorney. “We intend to take a leading role in shaping the outcome of many important issues facing adult Webmasters, and continuing in our position as a media liaison for the adult Internet industry.”

“This is a post I dearly wanted to fill as the goal of the IFA and my personal goals mirror one another. Being elected to this position is actually one of the high marks of my career. I am finally getting to the places I wanted to be all along. I am a vocal freedom fighter and you can bet your ass I will be actively involved in advancing free speech and my favorite piece of writing, the U.S. Constitution”. Britni said from Denver, via the phone, this morning. Britni is one of the foremost and most progressive adult actresses on the web. We look forward to seeing what this 4’10” powerhouse does next, in the political arena.

Fanshaw said the IFA wants primarily to keep members informed about legal changes affecting the adult Internet. “When we help Webmasters stay in compliance with the law,” she said, “we level the playing field and help keep the industry protected and represented in the media, in meetings, and in court rooms where necessary. By providing good information we hope to increase our number of members making the IFA stronger and more able to step in when needed.”

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This is an organization that exists for one reason and one reason only, TO PROTECT YOUR RIGHT OF FREE SPEECH.



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