Welcome to the International Entertainment Adult Union.
We are the only Department of Labor approved Parent Union
representing the Adult Industry in the United States.
If you work inside the Adult Entertainment Industry in the United States
FOR JUST A FEW DOLLARS A MONTH,
You gain the support and protection of what is about to be one of the biggest unions of the 21st Century,
with free legal advise and discounts of everything from help with your taxes to your sexy lingerie.
Membership also gives you access to voting rights and the right to run for union office during election.
Your membership will also soon give you testing discounts and free school education courses.
The International Entertainment Adult Union (IEAU)
is a federally recognized labor union representing those in the adult entertainment industries where one must be over 18 to participate.
While Ms. Daniels is paid to represent strip club owners, we are an entirely volunteer-run union that represents dancers.
Our union had nothing to do with the Dynamex decision.
But it is now the law and club owners appear to be using this issue to drastically cut their employees’ income.
Given the circumstances, the best option for these employees is to unionize and then to negotiate better pay and benefits.
Blog Updates Feb 27 Dynamex Test
By Amanda Gullesserian
Feb 21 How I got Kicked out of a Strip Club
By Bob Maschi
Feb 15 What’s the Real Story on Dynamex?
By Amanda Gullesserian
Feb 14 STORMY DANIELS ADMITS EMPLOYEE BENEFITS ARE DESIRABLE
By Amanda Gullesserian
Feb 14 Strippers may save workers rights
By Cady McClain
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“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
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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
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