Although most porno stars are also required to get tested for STDs and AIDS before filming, nothing is ever guaranteed. The California State Assembly just passed a law requiring all adult film actors to strap up during their pornographic shoots in Cali. According to State Assemblyman Isadore Hall, STDs are out of control in the porno industry and it’s better to be safe than sorry. However, Vivid president Steve Hirsch says he’ll make sure his videos aren’t shot where this law is in effect because he claims their testing procedures are more than enough. One porn executive told TMZ they already lost approximately $100 million dollars from this law. He explained that 480 permits were issued in 2012 and after the condom law passed, the number dropped down to 40 in 2013 and only 30 for 2014. Hall argues that the porno companies can digitally remove the condoms and that they’re full of sh*t. Although statistics show that 11% of the females in the porno industry have contracted gonorrhea from unprotected sex during filming and 15% tested positive for chlamydia. WELP…. wrap that thang up, gentleman.
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