Thoughts Over the Evening’s Frangelico; Performers Blaming Condoms for Downturn in Porn

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XBiz features a story today about the latest filings in the Vivid lawsuit against Measure B. U.S. District Judge Dean Pregerson plans to hear the new motion to dismiss and motion for preliminary injunction on July 1 at federal court in Los Angeles. But what caught my attention were comments made by Logan Pierce and Kayden Kross whose names appear on the lawsuit.

Pierce, you’ll recall, gave a lengthy interview to www.projectwordsmith.com in which he sounded perturbed that he’s been kept totally out of the loop regarding the lawsuit www.adultfyi.com/read.php?ID=58753

Kross, on the other hand, is saying that Measure B has prevented her from expressing herself in films and on her website, ClubKayden.com, which she claims has been brought to a halt with the county ordinance.

“I use my own home to produce performances for ClubKayden, but because my home is in Los Angeles County, Measure B has prevented me from shooting,” Kross said.

“And, because I do not have budget for Club Kayden productions to shoot outside my home by traveling beyond Los Angeles County and renting locations owned by others, my production of adult films for ClubKayden has been brought to a halt by Measure B.”

If I’m reading this correctly, Kross, who I thought was making big bucks but I guess not from what she’s saying, is blaming a condom ordinance that no one’s really been enforcing so far. When, in fact, Kross should be blaming her employer, Manwin, who’s responsible for the industry downturn.

I guess I’m missing something. Or, maybe, Kayden’s site isn’t as popular as you might think [a US Traffic Ranking of 178,414] and fans aren’t paying to see her when there’s plenty of her to be found on Tube sites. Thanks, again, to her boss.

Pierce, too, is saying that since Measure B’s enactment, the frequency and amount of adult production in Porn Valley has decreased significantly.

Last time I checked, AB 332 was shut down and, again, no one’s been enforcing a condom ordinance unless a production company is dumb enough to put locations out there on Twitter which a few have been doing.

“Fear of enforcement has definitely chilled production by adult film companies,” Pierce said.

“As a result, I have worked less and adult film companies have shot less frequently, all of which limits my opportunities to express myself as I would otherwise choose on film.”

No, Logan, you’re shooting a lot less because of porn piracy and Manwin. Has no one made this connection yet?

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