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California’s condom law and the porn biz (NSFW)

Again, this link is NSFW.

I’ve written before about California’s condom/porn law, as well as the “business” of porn (does it even have a business model?)

Apparently, “Measure B” is still a thing, and Fleshbot has a story about this nanny state micormanagement hoo-ha, which targets an industry which is already more regulated than you might think:

It “solves” a public health problem that is not there.

Measure B was authored by a coalition headed by the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, which has paid for testimony by HIV-infected performers who contracted the disease far from the L.A. porn industry’s built in safeguards. It misleads the electorate, suggesting falsely that HIV and other STDs are bred in this hyper-aware environment, and that the infected then carry those diseases into the general population. (…)

Like any business that is a bedsheets Democrat but balance sheets Republican, Big Porn would up and move to a friendlier locale, leaving an unwashed mass of Libertarian guerilla pornographers to operate without the regulation that Porn Valley’s structure provides.


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