As Regulatory Bodies Get Involved in Porn

2257update-150x150As we close 2008, the talk in The Valley is all about mandatory condom use and revisions to the 2257. I find it interesting that the regulatory bodies feel these are the important issues of the times. I’d like to know where they get their information from. I’d like to have a talk with them about it all.

As I said once before, putting a condom on the issues here is like putting a bandaid on an amputee. I’d also like to know how they figure this is the only safety that we all need here in Porn Valley. If they were really concerned about HIV and AIDs, everyone knows that anal sex is much riskier biz than the vaginal sex with pull out for ejaculation. Why don’t we attack that part of it first if you want more safety in our workplace. That would make sense for both straight and gay porn if we want to truly make the whole industry safer.

The thing about the paperwork is just that, it’s paperwork. We all sign a ton of things while in Porn. We never get a copy so who knows what all we’ve agreed to. They all say the same thing so it really doesn’t matter. It’s just like a mortgage, auto loan or anything else. You want to start changing things, you would just lose the deal. Instead of more paperwork, why not truly get involved.

If they want to make changes here that really make a difference, hold the companies here to the same standards as any other legal business in America. It’s time that some of these people realize there’s laws out there to protect the girls from the very things that drive their lives. If you’d just enforce the current laws, the ones that really matter, it could make all the difference here. The girls need management, guidance and arbitrators to be advocates for fairness here. Sexual discrimination and harrassment run rampade here and the abuse of contract law is rediculious. Defamation and slander are common as you can see. There’s no legal system who protects these girls so there’s no repercussions for those who take advantage of them.

As far as escorting goes, it’s technically not part of porn though we know in reality it is. I used to think legalizing prostitution would help the women who choose this for their work. After much research and through my own experiences, though, I’ve found it wouldn’t make a difference. It may even make things worse for these women. Many don’t really choose prostitution anyway but are tricked into working there and then held against their will by violent pimps, agents and producers. Even though porn is legal, these women have no legal rights. Our court system doesn’t protect them. Instead, they are shunned by society just as illegal prostitutes. Legalization of prostitution doesn’t work unless society accepts sex work as a legitimate job which we all know they never will.

It’s time we move the whole adult industry into the 21st century. Get rid of the stigmas, stop the control and give the girls their given rights. Make sure that if they have contracts and website deals with these companies, they have a fair stake in their work and their reputations that they build. Make it a mandatory thing so they can’t just find another niave subject. This is how you can make a difference in this industry for women.

Believe it or not, in giving these women rights, you may find it helps women all over the world!

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