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Los Angeles Measure B

Small Town Overwhelmed By Porn Requests

AP | Posted 05.28.2013 | Los Angeles

CAMARILLO, Calif. -- The Camarillo City Council has instituted a 45-day moratorium on production of pornographic movies, as it decides how to handle a...

Why Aren't More Porn Performers for Measure B?

Jennifer Ketcham | Posted 02.04.2013 | Los Angeles
Jennifer Ketcham

Why aren't more porn performers for Measure B? Does anybody else think it's strange that they don't want to wear condoms?

How A Straight Adult Performer Convinced Me That Condoms Are Useless In Porn

Mitchell Williams | Posted 01.21.2013 | Gay Voices
Mitchell Williams

Porn stars have effectively schooled me on why condoms suck in porn (no pun intended). But how accurate are their STI tests? And is that enough to justify losing the rubber?

Mismeasure B

Dale Cooper | Posted 01.09.2013 | Gay Voices
Dale Cooper

Measure B's aims, as delineated by its primary backer, the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, are to protect adult video performers and prevent the spread of disease. Viewed myopically, Measure B may indeed seem like a step in that direction. The negatives outweigh the measure's benefits, however.

The Numbers Don't Add Up On Measure B

Alex Garner | Posted 01.23.2014 | Los Angeles
Alex Garner

Measure B, an L.A. County ballot initiative that would require that condoms be used in porn films shot in the county, comes with a hefty price tag for taxpayers, is full of loopholes, is largely unenforceable and draws resources away from the communities that are most affected by HIV.

Measure B Does Not Protect Performers: Vote No

Tristan Taormino | Posted 12.31.2012 | Los Angeles
Tristan Taormino

While I'm a strong advocate for safer sex and fair working conditions for sex workers, passing Measure B will not make workers safer nor will it help stop the spread of sexually transmitted infections. Here are some reasons why Measure B is a bad idea.