Rob Black: We Can Still Block AB 332

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If you’re a loyal follower of his daily Internet broadcast, you’ll know that Rob Black generally saves his best for last.

Black addressed the Huffington Post interview from yesterday noting Steven St. Croix appeared articulate except for him saying that he’s had only one STD in his career. Black said St. Croix’s “either a liar or lucky.”

“How many of you had an STD before you got in the business?” Black wanted to know “End of story.”

Black’s willing to bet any girl who’s had an STD in the business was their first time.

“I never got an STD until I got in this business,” Black confessed.

Black kept to his theme that Free Speech was a do-nothing figurehead of an
organization, comparable to a monarchy.

“Diane Duke, that’s why you’re all fucking stupid. You were never supposed to be what you are. You’re a figurehead and are in way over your head. You don’t know what you’re talking about. Diane you don’t even track who gets STDs.”

Black noted that it’s common practice for performers when they have an STD to see Dr. Riggs for medication, but Black is guessing that neither Duke nor APHSS know half of what’s going on.

“Anything that happens at these testing places you go to a real doctor. Any girl or guy goes to see Dr. Riggs. Diane, you don’t even track that, you asshole.”

Black, among many proposals that he put on the table Tuesday to improve the business, said the industry should have “a central health foundation” that had a doctor to whom all the talent could go to.

Black said part of the problem inherent in the present system is that there’s no protocols for dealing with the civilian partners of porn performers.

“Almost like a VA hospital, all of that stuff would be tracked. Now a girl has to have her [outside] partner come in and be in the new adult system.”

“When you started driving a car you had to take a test, get a permit then take another test and re-new your license. Why the fuck do you do this stuff for a driver’s license, but being a porn star working in an infectious climate, a hazardous arena and among the public, you don’t?”

“The industry likes to compare itself to stunt work, but stunt work- all those places have structured organizations and unions. They have to go through a system.”

Black pointed out that Free Speech, although it passes itself off as one, was never set up to be a governing body.

“So when Russ Hampshire left, he gave it to Jeffrey Douglas who got ambitious and hired Diane Duke.

“Now Duke and Joanne Capistrano and Douglas are writing legislation.”

Black said he also disagrees with Mike South who’s been blogging that AB 332 is a fait accompli.

“We can still block AB 332,” said Black.


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