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Amber Lynn Seeks Position on 2013 FSC Board of Directors

LOS ANGELES—Adult performer Amber Lynn is running for the Free Speech Coalition Board of Directors for 2013. She sent in the following message regarding her candidacy, which we publish here in its entirety:

Although I have been intimately involved with the Adult Entertainment Industry for 30 years, it took the imposing impact of Measure B for me to realize just how little my performances have really mattered until I became active in the fight to defeat the constricting "condom-nation" of what I had essentially been taking for granted.

To that extent — with my passion to repay the business that has allowed me to become a formidable presence in the minds of millions of fans — I am humbly seeking to serve on the Free Speech Coalition’s Board of Directors.

With my on-going opportunities to deal with the public as a feature performer in adult clubs, I can provide a conduit between the public and the FSC, and in the process keep the organization abreast of what those who economically support our industry are looking for as well as what they are afraid of losing.

And as a highly respected actress, I would be honored to provide leadership within the talent circle, creating a series of meetings wherein the actors and actresses can express what they are looking for as well as what they are afraid of losing.

A friend of mine has said, "Freedom is a privilege, and if you don’t fight for that privilege 25 hours a day, you should expect it to be taken away."

I believe that I am ready, willing, and remarkably able to fight as a member of the Free Speech Coalition’s Board of Directors.

Thank you, 
Amber Lynn




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