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By 08.07.14
This is the future of pr0n -  dry f**king.

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This is the future of pr0n - dry f**king.


In November of 2012, Los Angeles voters passed Measure B (AKA The Safer Sex In the Adult Film Industry Act, AKA The No Glove No Love Act, AKA The Raw Dog-Nah Dog Act) and since that time LA has swiftly been losing it’s semen-spattered crown as the kingdom of porn (AKA Kingdom Cum). Variety reported that there has been a 90% drop in permits issued for X-rated film productions in Los Angeles County. 90%!!! That’s a number so huge and so massive that I wanna watch it get crammed into an 18 year old’s butthole (without a condom, of course).

FilmL.A., which handles permits for the city and county, said that the number of permits issued last year for porn shoots totalled 40. For 2014, that number through July was 20, which would likely equal about 35 by the end of the year.

Paul Audley, president of Film L.A., told Variety that prior to 2013, the agency gave a “best guess” number based on having included “nudity” as an activity and then looked at known adult film producers to come up with an estimate. Starting in 2013, the county and city required a new category, “non-simulated sexual activity,” which is used for current figures.

The consequences of this condom requirement seem to suggest that either 1) porn production is quickly moving from Los Angeles to chiller, more DTF cities (like San Francisco – headquarters of Kink.com), or 2) 90% of porn production has decided to forego permits and shoot guerrilla style (you know what you’ll see if you click the link, but you’ll do it anyway, won’t you?).

The question remains: is this measure actually making porn safer, or just forcing porn out of the city of Los Angeles? Only time will tell. But this statistic certainly delivers a big blow (lol) to the already suffering porn industry of LA. All of this strife is going to shrink the legitimate porn industry even further. And if you think legal porn production is immoral or unethical, I’m willing to bet that non-regulated porn production is waaaaay more f**ked up. Maybe this should serve as a wake up call to all of us who still pirate our porn. And if it doesn’t serve as that wake up call, maybe watch this video one more time:


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