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Lacey Blake

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CNBC Says "Mike South - South is the Nikki Finke of the porn industry. His blog, which is never short on opinion, is a must-read among industry insiders. His style is unique, but he is also a leading agent of change within the industry. There are few fence-sitters when it comes to opinions about South, but no one ignores him."

Recent Comments

  • Is It Prostitution or is It A Shoot (23)
    • CharityBangs: I have a hard time believing intent has a factor. Its impossible to prove in a court and even harder to write a law around....
    • RiccoMarin: @CharityBangs How much do you charge now for privates?
    • rawalex: The real problem here is that it isn’t the actions that define if this is or is not prostitution, it’s intent. If the guy...
    • DannyOcean: Let’s be honest 99% of the shoots are Prostitution because only a handful of companies are going to pay for a permit. I have a...
    • CharityBangs: I’m with Toby on the legal separation. A “shoot” is something u get paid by one individual by and u bang a...
    • Lacey Blake: Well, that sounds simple. But, what happens when the one performing in the scene is also the owner of the production company? In...
    • Toby: I’m not a lawyer, nor do I play one on the Interwebs, but porn shoot vs prostitution from a legal standpoint is pretty simple in most...
    • Lacey Blake: I definitely get the gut thing, but I guess it’s pretty much anyone with a web presence at this point? I would think it’s...
  • Treasure island Media Trying To Be The Extreme Associates of Gay Porn (16)
    • jilted: The hamburger joint and the taco stand are still under the same regulations. Their is no distinction between the gay and straight industry...
    • CPanzram: @mharris Proving HIV transmission is tough. Look at straight porn. Slapping them with a federal case for spreading HIV? Are you serious?...

Assemblyman Isadore Hall Releases A Statement On the Current HIV Situation

“It’s too bad the Free Speech Coalition is only concerned about the dignity and respect of its actors after, not before they contract HIV or another STI.

As we have seen throughout 2013, the adult film industry is the most recklessly unregulated business in the United States. Employees in this industry deserve better. Unenforced self-imposed voluntary moratoriums are no way to run a business or protect the public’s health.

The only way for the industry to regain its workers and the public’s trust is to immediately impose a mandatory condom use requirement in the production of all adult films. Short of that, the votes are there to make AB332/640 law in 2014.”