At a recent party of 30- and 40-year-olds, someone asked how many people had been to a porn theater. Films at the Windsor (like many adult cinemas) screened back-to-back, so the previous film was still playing when we arrived to watch “The Tin Drum.” I can’t remember the name or the plot.
It was the 1990s, in the Chilean city of Concepción, and prevailing Catholic propriety prevented certain art-house masterpieces from showing at “proper” theaters due to their racy sex scenes.
We wondered: Does Prop 60 — a measure intended to curb sexually transmitted diseases among porn workers — really expose those same people to legal action? Our research Here’s some background on Prop 60 before we jump into the claim about lawsuits.
California law has required condom use in adult films since 1992.
Though these films don’t come anywhere near the cost of big budget Hollywood productions, they did have shockingly high price tags.
I mean, some of these could be reproduced in my garage for a couple hundred bucks and a handy cam.
He said inspectors will only visit sets to make sure producers have health and safety signage posted on the walls of sets.
“We do want to make sure they have documentation that they are using condoms,” he added.
Skye said administrators even offered to help with her housing and give her a pay raise.
It did relatively well despite being essentially the exact same movie (aren’t they all? Caligula (1979) – .5 Million There is some debate about whether or not this should be considered an adult film.
There were a few major movie stars that appeared in the film that revolves largely around a massive orgy…
Not that I would ever do that or that you should look for my casting calls on Craigslist or anything…
Pirates II: Stagnetti’s Revenge (2008) – Million Porn is no different than Hollywood, ever rousing success is followed by a sequel.