A commentary and resource on Law and Sexuality by Professor Chris Ashford and guests
|A shocked Mrs Aspenstein. Bob didn’t want to be photographed.|
The LA Times (which encouraged along the LA condom law) reports that Simi Valley – which neighbours LA – is now contemplating a similar law to prevent an exodus of deprived condom free porn makers setting up in town (the laundry and hotel industry will no-doubt be mourning the potential loss of trade). Simi Valley seems keen to a dress the enforcement gap which is evident in the LA law.
According to the LA Times, under its proposed law, the city would require producers to hire on-set medical professionals, who would attest to appropriate condom use. At the end of a shoot, the producers would have to send their unedited video to the police department, where employees would scrutinize it — for compliance with Simi Valley Municipal Code Title 5, Chapter 32, as amended. Civilian employees, not officers, would do the heavy lifting, scanning films for possible violations.
So, whilst porn might becoming a rather unpleasant occupation, the role of being one of these new civilians who watches unedited porn all day must surely be an attractive prospect? Presumably it must be done in pairs to avoid *ahem* distraction so even a continued modest amount of porn activity will require new posts. Or perhaps staff will be re-deployed? Mrs Aspenstein works on reception normally but we dragged her in to watch Spunk on My Titties Part 15. She’s such a trooper! Bob the Janitor was on hand as normal.
Not to mention the medical professionals who may have to shunt operations and surgeries to pop down to the porn shoot (unless they do it full time – will that pay enough?). “Sorry Mrs Snodgrass, we’ve bumped your hernia to tomorrow as I’ve got Cum Explosion 19 at 2pm”.