Los Angeles – Wicked Pictures has announced a new sexual harassment training program for all of their US-based production sets. Beginning immediately, all talent and crew, whether employed by Wicked or for a contractor that plans to sell photographs, video or other product to Wicked, will be required to take a mandatory online training program that Wicked Pictures will pay for and also sign a code of conduct agreement to ensure the safety and comfort of both performers and crew members alike.

Steve Orenstein, owner and president of Wicked Pictures expanded, “Since Wicked began in 1993, we have been in the business of creating ethically produced, high-quality adult entertainment, and we owe our longevity in part to every crew member and adult performer who has helped build our brand. We have always cared about the safety and well-being of the performers in our movies – in fact, it’s why we are still one of the few companies that are condom only. As times change, we strive to continue that ethos and want to further ensure that everyone on set feels respected and comfortable performing within their own personal boundaries. While reinforcing the on-set right of bodily autonomy, our goal is clear communication and respect. We have spoken in detail with Tasha Reign and other concerned performers and crew members and integrated their ideas and concerns into our guidelines.”

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