In home of porn, voters say yes to Measure B, condom requirement for adult films – San Jose Mercury News

Posted: November 7, 2012 in My thoughts

In home of porn, voters say yes to Measure B, condom requirement for adult films – San Jose Mercury News.

Condom requirement for porn filming approved by voters – latimes.com.

Even though I knew this Measure was going to pass, it still amazes me how California all but decided (and in such a short period of time) that they don’t want the Adult Film Industry in their State. If I’m a Jules Jordan, or Elegant Angel, I’m working on leaving for Nevada or Florida instantly. I could see Miami or even Las Vegas becoming the new “Porn Capitals” of the United States.

I for one will not watch “Government regulated porn”. I’m sure quite a few of these companies will attempt to comply with the law, but the majority will either “keep doing what they’re doing”, “take porn underground”, or leave the State of California and shoot their porn elsewhere. Millions of dollars in Tax Revenue gone because of this decision.

The biggest question of all is when did California become a place of “morals and standards”? And why now in 2012? If I was a porn performer I would be outraged! I would tell Los Angeles County to go fuck itself (what a fitting choice of words too LOL). It’s “my body, and I should have the choice to do what I want with it”. What’s next? Are they going to pass Legislation that makes it a crime because an 18 or 19 year old girl got pregnant whereas she should have used contraception? I can’t believe one of the most socially liberal places in the World (let alone the US) would approve a measure like this.

If Los Angeles County truly cared about these people, they would have regulated the Porn Industry years ago, and not now. Porn has been the “pink elephant in the room” in California for a long time. It’s almost like gambling. City and County Governments depend so much on the tax revenue it provides that they can’t get rid of it. I think yesterday the residents of Los Angeles County all but said “We don’t want the porn industry here anymore” with their votes.

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