Final: Rob Black to Tasha Reign: You Are a Genius; “Eli Cross, You Hate Fucking Porn”

Rob Black flipped out this afternoon over the pretty ridiculous column Tasha Reign wrote in the OC Weekly this week. www.adultfyi.com/read.php?ID=58138

In making her case for the porn industry’s fight against Measure B, Reign offered some remarkably stupid observations about how the UFC, NFL, stunt men, and racecar drivers are ‘largely untouched by the electorate or government regulation’

Overall, Black was critical about the porn industry’s poor showing in Sacramento today as a California State Assembly approved a measure to require condoms in porn shoots.

“We all know the fucking issue,” said Black.

“We had a bunch of our leaders speak at the council-thing. It was pretty amazing that some of the people who spoke- Alana Evans [a former contract girl of Black’s] and Eli Cross [Bryn Pryor]- I gotta think you guys are just toeing the line.

“Alana, I know you’re at the Manwin building, and they pay you which is fine. And Bryn, I get it. You love to fucking argue with everybody. You’re not really giving a shit because you know you hate fucking porn. You got a Kickstarter movie right now.

“You got Malcom McDowell and you got the great James Deen and you got all these other celebrities. You know damn well that if this movie is even remotely good, people will say to you, ‘Hey, guy, you want to get away from making Axel’s [Braun] movies? And we’ll pay you to make a movie.’

“Bryn, your whole purpose in life is to make real movies and to be a real filmmaker. So you’re running around saying really stupid shit, also.”

Black addressed what Evans said that if the bill passed the industry would stop testing because now we use condoms.

“That was the quote,” said an exasperated Black.

“Come on, really? You do realize that testing is not a government-mandated thing. You do know testing is not a state mandated thing. The condom bill IS a state mandated thing. The condom bill is a city mandated thing. Testing is not, so Alana, you’re talking about something that is set in place by our own business. Our own business set up the testing procedure.”

Black noted that before Sharon Mitchell came along you often had to wait two months for a testing result, if Tom Byron’s own experience was any indication.

“Alana, remember we were in the business when it was an ELIZA test? And it was a swab whatever the fuck it was. That was our testing and then everybody was like, holy shit, we can get HIV. Then it went to DNA testing and then we set up all these clinics. From that point, when Sharon Mitchell started this revultion of safety, we’ve had these safeguards. So what you’re saying is, next month, if the state passes the condom bill, we’re not going to test any more? Really?”

Black said the business only tests because the powers-that-be in the industry set that up.

“We set up a procedure that says we’re going to get tested and every producer and director has to follow that and you cannot shoot girls and guys without a test. If somebody, like on a Hustler shoot, doesn’t have a test, they don’t shoot.”

Black draws the conclusion from what Evans said that companies like Hustler and Vivid will do away with testing.

“Better yet- this kind of goes in the face of what you said to those political people- I know for a fact that Wicked is an all condom company. Wicked still makes you have a test. Wicked doesn’t say if you wear rubbers you don’t need a test. Alana, do you understand that you looked silly? I’m not going to say stupid because if you’re uneducated and people don’t tell you things, you can’t be called stupid. You’re a misinformed woman, Alana Evans.”

Black wondered that if the bill goes down would Adam & Eve say “fuck the testing.”

“Stick to the fun show like Google goggles,” Black advised Evans.

“But don’t tell a panel of politicians that if we have a condom bill that we’re not going to have testing. It makes no sense. And they look at you and say, wow, you’re pretty dumb.”

“That’s what they say. That goes to another porn girl’s statement, Tasha Reign. Another adult film actress that’s ill-informed.

“She goes out with Derek Hay who’s the smartest agent in the business, right? No, because he calls and leaves threatening messages on peoples’ phones who are under surveillance with the federal government.”

Black was alluding to an instance where Hay left terrorist threats on Black’s phone. Porn performer Jack Hammer went to prison for the exact same thing.

Black jumped on Reign’s comment that the porn industry has never been asked to sit at the table with any of the people from Cal/OSHA, etc.

“If I’m not mistaken there was a Cal/OSHA meeting two or three years ago where Cal/OSHA wanted a feedback. I think Eli Cross and a bunch of other people went there with attitude and said, ‘Fuck you. Stay out of our business.’

“The Cal/OSHA guys have been in our lives for a very long time. Cal/OSHA has been sniffing around us for a very long time. We could very easily have had some dialogue. And we did. Maybe I’m wrong, but I know for a fact our porn leaders, they went to a Cal/OSHA meeting and cat-called them and yelled at them to where the Cal/OSHA people were, like, ‘Calm down, you sound like kids. You sound like children.’

“Cal/OSHA and you guys like Eli Cross started, ‘Boo-boo.’ Like who the fuck would do that?”

Black said the best part where Reign erred was when she talked about no interference from the government with organizations like the UFC. Black suspected that Reign’s comments solicited universal groans from the male audience who know better.

“The thing about UFC is that it isn’t legal in every state,” Black pointed out.

“In actuality UFC has different rules in different states. In some states they go, you have to have bigger gloves- I don’t know all the particulars- but I think UFC cringes when they’re being lumped in with a porno actress.”

Not that it was relevant, Black was quick to point out that Derek wasn’t even a US citizen and thinks of him as “an asshole”

Black then went on with a lecture about various fighting groups, their geneology and how John McCain was active in going after “human cock fights.”

It was determined that rules needed to be put in place or blood sports could never be sold to the public, said Black.

“But Dana White [the president of UFC] got his people and they made a calculated effort and got rid of the old guard. They set up rules and self-regulation and sat down with the powers-that-be and came up with a structure. Consequently other smaller independent leagues followed.”

“UFC- blood sport; boxing- blood sport. They have AIDS tests. They have hepatitis tests. They have drug tests. How about that Tasha Reign? UFC has drug tests. They don’t even let their fighters smoke marijuana. They don’t have their fighters take diet pills or pain medicine. They don’t let HIV positive fighters compete. But we do.

“We let John Stagliano work in this business and engage in sexual contact, and he does not wear rubber gloves. But referees of a fight wear rubber gloves!! In a state where they have a blood sport, and I got to think that taking a 12-inch cock from a woman’s rectum and there being blood on it and feces- which happens all the time- I think that would be known as a hazard of a blood sport.

“When that penis covered with shit and blood is taken from a woman’s rectum- guess what asshole- you have a risk of contracting disease. Do you understand that, Tasha? UFC is regulated and they have an athletic state commission that regulate this. And they make you take an HIV test. They make you take a hepatitis test and then they make you take a drug test. The athletic commission makes a fighter take three tests and if he fails any of those three, he cannot fight.

“Tasha Reign, thank you. You are the genius for today. You are first. Eli Cross is second; Alana is third. Tasha you should know better because you’re with Derek and Derek’s a genius.

“Oh, I’m sorry he makes threats on people with wire-tapped phones, stupid motherfucker.

“So these are you leaders, you guys. These are the people you’re trotting out to speak for the business.”

Black said there’s nothing wrong with regulation.

“Telling people to have some safeguards in our business- there is nothing wrong with that.”

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