Chastity Lynn supports animal protection

VALENCIA, Calif. – Fan-favorite performer Chastity Lynn chooses Farm Sanctuary as the Girlfriends Films Charity of the Month. As a result, Farm Sanctuary will receive a $1,000 donation on behalf of Chastity to help with its mission to protect farm animals from cruelty, inspire change in the way society views and treats farm animals, and promote compassionate vegan living.

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“I’m choosing to donate to Farm Sanctuary, an advocacy group currently doing the most to improve factory farms,” says Chastity Lynn. “I believe reforming the conditions of our factory farms is extremely important because of the hazards they pose to the environment, our health, and animal welfare.”

One of Farm Sanctuary’s Animal Acres is located in Acton in Southern California, close to Chastity Lynn and the Girlfriends Films headquarters. The 26-acre shelter is home to more than 100 animals and offers tours to visitors.

In addition to animal rescue, Farm Sanctuary also works to educate about the harms of factory farming to the animals, people, and the land. The organization teaches about everything from more responsible forms of raising farm animals to vegan diets.

“Chastity is a sweet and compassionate person, so it makes sense she would use May’s donation to help Farm Sanctuary’s mission,” states Girlfriends Films Vice President Moose. “We are happy to present a check to Farm Sanctuary on behalf of Chastity Lynn.”

Recent Girlfriends Films movies starring Chastity Lynn include “Sisters,” “Cheer Squad Sleepovers: Episode 5,” and the acclaimed boy/girl sex feature film from B. Skow, “Paint.”

Girlfriends Films has a long history of charitable contributions, having donated over $20,000 in 2012. Each month a performer, director, or industry principal is selected as part of the studio’s charity program, and a donation of $1000 is given to a philanthropic organization of their choice. For more information, visit