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Homo, Please:

A sadly-necessary roundup of bullshit from the inter webs. 

No, “I would do anything for love but I won’t do that” isn’t about anal sex. Or pegging. And meatloaf didn’t write that song. 

No, Madonna did not “perform with holograms.” Those were just digital layovers done for the TV audience. The live audience didn’t see them. 

No, Hillary Clinton still isn’t going to be arrested. 

There was no cloning facility discovered in the Nevada desert. 

Marijuana doesn’t kill cancer cells. 

Turmeric doesn’t cure Alzheimer’s. 

Dandelion root doesn’t cure liver failure. 

Ginger doesn’t treat kidney problems. 

Boiled banana peel doesn’t help you “melt fat.”

Vaccinate your damn kids. 

There is no such thing as a “condom that tests for STDs.”

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Son Sues Parents for Destroying his Porn… Parents compare porn to “Crack Cocaine.”

So the bare bone of the story is that a man (whose name we don’t know) divorced and was forced to live with his parents for a few months. He managed to get back on his feet and got his own place, eventually sending for his stuff… But his parents had destroyed $28,000 of his porn and told him that they did it for “his own good.” Yeah, fuck you, dad… I’ll decide what’s good for me and what isn’t, thanks.

Of course, mainstream news can’t ever be trusted to report on anything porn related without a few snide comments and that whole “I DON’T WATCH PORN” thing that basic mainstream people do.

“Believe it or not, one reason for why I destroyed your porn was for your own mental and emotional heath. I would have done the same if I had found a kilo of crack cocaine. Someday, I hope you will understand.”

Well… sorry, but you can’t just decide which items that don’t belong to you you’re going to destroy and which you aren’t. So… he’s suing his parents and I hope he wins.

Also… you can have my porn when you take it from my cold, dead hand.

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A Tale Of Two Tweets

Yeah…Chichi… I just might have have an idea… 🙂

 

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Not A Surprise To Most Of Us In The Industry… There Will Be No State-Wide Condom Law.

IMG_6082The state Senate Appropriations Committee did not act on AB 1576 today and the bill will not move forward.

I’ve had a lot of friends and followers send me very concerned messages about the proposed law that would have required condoms and STI testing and sero-sorting for all porn performers. Some I think were legitimately worried for my career (for the record, I never was) and some were just upset their bareback porn would now be produced in another state.

While a few studios ran to Vegas to produce (where porn is technically illegal to produce at all), most studios it seems didn’t buy the hype. Few of us thought it would pass. One exception was the noted and respect adult industry attorney Mark Randazza who was quoting as saying “I had my money on stupid winning this one.” So maybe it was more of a crap shoot than I thought.

AB 1576 was a very flawed piece of legislation that would have forced studios to jump through a bunch of unnecessary hoops in the interest of just shaming porn makers and hobbling their business. As long as the proper industry-mandated protocols have been followed, nobody has ever been infected on set of a porn shoot.

Diane Duke told XBIZ that the Free Speech Coalition was “grateful” to members of the Senate “who saw this bill for what it was — a bald-faced attempt to exploit performers for political gain.”

Which is all it was.

What few people realized was that the testing portion of the bill had already been struck as Assemblyman Isadore Hall of Compton, California attempted to get the condom-only piece through. Given the opposition to government mandated testing from other AIDS orgs, most people well-acquainted with the bill think it’s “very unlikely” that Hall/AHF will attempt to push testing again.

Adult industry attorney Allan Gelbard said “It would do nothing to protect public health, and actually would have the exact opposite effect as to protecting the health of performers. The fiscal effects on the state would be especially damaging.” And he was right.

Cal-OSHA will continue to push for mandatory condoms, most likely. But the industry will oppose it. And the fight will continue.

As you most likely know, I work for a gay porn studio that not only has a very strict condom policy, they have a very strict rule against working with performers that have performed in bareback movies. While a few people had assume that I would try to change this policy when I took the job of head of production… they were wrong. I fully support the condom-only policy of Titanmen and had no intention of challenging it.

Read more at XBiz.com

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