Won’t Someone Please Think of the Porn Stars?

Today marks a milestone in the history of the city I live in—the City of Angels a.k.a. Los Angeles. Starting today, a city ordinance goes into effect requiring the use of condoms at on-location adult video shoots.

Of course, the porn industry has responded by ignoring the ordinance and carrying on with business as usual.

Now, it remains to be seen if the city will come down hard crack down on violators to avoid getting jizz egg on its face, but I’m going to stand erect tall in solidarity with my porno brothers and sisters on this issue.

Why?

Is it because I’m anti-condom? Of course not, condoms are vital to helping stop the spread of HIV and other STDs. But I think the porn industry already has stringent safeguard policies in place and that this is just the government’s attempt to legislate “morality” based on political pressure from some uptight people who just need to go out and GET LAID.

Is it because I’m trying to win the favor of certain…uh, individuals in the adult industry in a last-ditch clearly pathetic attempt to get them to go out with me? Come on, of course not. Really that’s just silly and offensive and whoever believes that is clearly…a dick.

Uh...hi there, Miss Porn Star...fight the power!

No, I’m standing with my porno brothers and sisters because without them, we wouldn’t be enjoying all the amazing technological advances we have today. The late Whitney Houston may have believed that the children were our future, but in reality, it’s the fine folks who work in the porn industry.

Because if not for porn, we might not have CDs and DVDs, digital cameras, a little something called the internet and a whole lot of other awesome things that you’re probably enjoying at this very moment (read more about how porn made these things possible via our friends at Cracked here).

So if you care about the future, you’ll be right there alongside our porno brothers and sisters as they fight against unjust laws that unfairly target them. Because if we let them snuff out porn today, we may be snuffing out the technological wonders of tomorrow. Who knows—without porn, we may never see a cure for cancer.

BTW, this is an image of a doctor pondering the cure for cancer.

Or the hoverboard.

Or the ability to make people’s clothes fly off solely using the power of thought.

And that would be a shame.

2 thoughts on “Won’t Someone Please Think of the Porn Stars?

  1. The Japanese are developing robotics for this very reason. SEXBOTS!

  2. If the industry does get heavy fines because of this the porn industry is going to move to Nevada or Miami. A lot of people will lose their jobs. The city and state will lose revenue. Its not the first time the industry migrated, in the 70′s New York City was the porn capital.

    The thing that baffles me is that making women wear condoms for 4 hours is going to cause all kinda tears and sores making them more susceptible to contracting STD and STIs. The people that voted for this don’t really give a shit about the people that people that perform in porn movies.

    This wasn’t done to protect porn performers, it was to try to harm the industry. They have no idea how they are going to enforce this law who is going to go around checking cocks for condoms during every shoot?

    There are a few performers, like Brittany Andrews, that will only work with condoms as a personal choice while its harder for them to find work its not impossible.

    People might not take adult actors seriously because they are sex workers, but people need to remember that sex work is still work. Why pass laws that make someone’s working environment uncomfortable or more dangerous?

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