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from www.thesun.co.uk – Blue-movie producers, writers and performers are set to increase production of pornographic films in Britain due to a crisis in Los Angeles.

California councillors ruled that all porn stars must wear condoms in sex scenes.

Studios are worried that the sight of condoms in adult films will dramatically hit the “fantasy” appeal of the material.

The move has prompted porn chiefs and mainstream stars to threaten to relocate to the UK and elsewhere.

The X-rated business here is already a multi-million industry.

A source in Los Angeles revealed: “Talent is leaving town as they are worried that this could be the end of the porn business.

“Britain and other territories have great porn set ups ready to go, and the cash to offer talent good wages.

“They will benefit from this and will see bigger demand for their product. And there are no rules on condoms in the UK.

“At the moment Britain has high production values, but focuses more on small web stories.

“This situation in LA could mean the expansion of the UK studios and extra £100m heading to Britain.”

In the next few weeks giants of the US porn industry will decide whether to leave the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles – which has been home to porn for over 30 years.

Derek Hay of LA Direct Models said: “This is very serious. This is a very big industry which is essential to Los Angeles. It employs a lot of people.

“For every film actress there are 20 people consequently employed due to her – from packagers to cameramen.

“If you take away that actress’ ability to work the town will suffer. There is no risk to public health.

“There is long way to go. The Aids Healthcare Foundation is driving this, but they fail to acknowledge we are the most tested adults in the world.”

Diane Duke, chief executive of the Free Speech Coalition – the trade association for the porn industry – said: “The government can’t compel an industry to create a product for which there is no demand. And that’s what would be happening here in Los Angeles, and it just doesn’t make sense.”

US porn star Jessica Drake said: “I think that this could have a negative financial impact on the adult industry, but I really do think that it can take money out of Los Angeles and out of California as well.”

Chamber Of Commerce chief Stuart Waldman feels hundreds of millions of dollars will be lost if the industry leaves LA.

He said: “This is an industry that creates over ten-thousand direct and indirect jobs in a given year. It’s an industry that pumps over a billion dollars into our economy.

“Los Angeles’ loss could be the UK’s gain. Despite the bitter recession online porn companies have been booming in recent years.”

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