Ginger Banks Resigns As APAC Chairperson (Evil Angel Drama?)

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APAC Chairperson Ginger Banks Resigns

APAC chairperson Ginger Banks has resigned from her position. The announcement was made via APAC on their website, as well as via all the major press release outlets. Although there was no mention of Jenny Blighe or Evil Angel, given recent events, it’s fair speculation that the entire debacle is what triggered the resignation. Here is the press release released by APAC.

 

Press Release By APAC:

Adult performer and webcam model Ginger Banks today voluntarily resigned from the Adult Performer Advocacy Committee’s board of directors as its Chairperson.

The decision over the resignation was made in response to member concerns regarding Ginger’s leadership.

APAC recognizes the importance of supporting performer members when they come forward with grievances, and wishes to thank the community for their patience as we addressed member complaints in accordance with our bylaws.

The Board of Directors will be appointing an interim Chairperson from among the Board Members in accordance with the APAC bylaws. The decision will be announced at the upcoming member meeting on September 2.

The APAC Board wishes to reaffirm its commitment to building a safer workplace for all performers. APAC is here to witness performer grievances and direct them to industry-friendly resources. It is vital that those at risk feel safe coming forward.

 

Jenny Blighe / Ginger Banks / Evil Angel Debacle

Recently, a Twitter-war irrupted between Jenny Blighe and Ginger Banks over alleged abuse on the set of Evil Angel’s Cam Girl production. It was alleged by Jenny Blighe that Ginger Banks acknowledged the abuse, but didn’t want to disclose anything for 10 years, at which point she wanted to write a book about it. Ginger Banks denied all allegations of abuse over Twitter, which kicked off a Twitter-war. Supporters of Jenny brought up the talking points that Ginger Banks shouldn’t call herself a sex worker advocate and had no right as the APAC chairperson, if she’s not willing to recognize performer abuse and stand by the supporters alleging abuse.

The line “APAC recognizes the importance of supporting performer members when they come forward with grievances” in the official press release is very interesting, and it’s very fair speculation that the performer with a grievance was Jenny Blighe.

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