Proposition 60 was a California ballot proposition on the November 8, 2016 ballot which would have allowed the California Occupational Safety and Health Administration to prosecute an enforcement action anytime a condom is not visible in a pornographic film. The proposition failed to pass. Proposition 60 would have allowed any California resident to sue a pornographer and obtain their personal information. Frivolous lawsuits and actor safety were a major concern, as well as millions of taxpayer dollars it would cost to enforce. Enforcement of Proposition 60 was predicted to cost more than ...
The Adult Industry Medical Associates P.C., also known simply as AIM or AIM Medical, was a non-profit organization devoted to STD testing of pornographic actors for HIV and other STDs on a scheduled basis. Founded in 1998 by former pornographic film actress, Sharon Mitchell, AIM went out of business in 2011 after licensing issues, and a data breach and lawsuit regarding the violation of patient privacy.
AIDS Healthcare Foundation is a Los Angeles-based global nonprofit provider of HIV prevention services, testing, and healthcare for HIV patients. AHF currently claims to provide medical care and services to more than 1 million individuals in 43 countries worldwide. Starting in 2015, the foundation, at the direction of its founder Michael Weinstein, sponsored and provided almost all of the financing for several ballot initiatives: two to set prices for prescription drugs, in California and Ohio and two housing-related initiatives: an anti-development measure in Los Angeles, and a California ...
Inside Lara Roxx is a 2011 EyeSteelFilm Canadian documentary film by Canadian film director Mia Donovan. It covers the circumstances of a 21-year-old Canadian woman Lara Roxx who in the Spring of 2004, left her hometown Montreal heading to Los Angeles to work in pornography. Within two months she contracted HIV after shooting an unprotected sex scene with two males. It was revealed that one of the two males, porn actor Darren James, was HIV positive. The film did well critically. In 2012, it was nominated for a Claude Jutra Award for Best Documentary.
Porndemic is a 2018 documentary film about an HIV outbreak within the pornography industry in Californias San Fernando Valley, during the 1990s. The film premiered on Showtime. It was directed by Brendan Spookie Daly and features interviews with several porn actors and actresses, including Tricia Devereaux, Ron Jeremy, and Marc Wallice.
ⓘ STDs in the sex industry
- Sexually transmitted infections in the pornography industry deals with the occupational safety and health issue in the sex industry of transmission of sexually
- non - profit organization devoted to STD testing of pornographic actors for HIV and other STDs on a scheduled basis. Founded in 1998 by former pornographic film
- The sex industry also called the sex trade consists of businesses that either directly or indirectly provide sex - related products and services or adult
- the County of Los Angeles Safer Sex In the Adult Film Industry Act, is the law that requires the use of condoms in all vaginal and anal sex scenes in
- the 2011 Guangzhou International Documentary Film Festival. In 2012 the film was nominated for a Claude Jutra Award for Best Documentary. STDs in the
- Jeremy, and Marc Wallice. HIV AIDS in the United States STDs in the porn industry Cooper, Matt. TV This Week, Dec. 2 - 8: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and more
- within the same country, while trans - national sex tourism involves travel across national borders. Sex tourism is a multibillion - dollar industry that globally
- female victims in regards to contact with law enforcement. HIV AIDS, STDs and pregnancy are major risks for those involved in the sex industry Most victims
- transgender sex worker is a transgender person who works in the sex industry or performs sexual services in exchange for money or other forms of payment. The term
- where patrons can engage in sex acts with other patrons. A sex club or swinger club differs from a brothel in that while sex club patrons pay an entrance
- efforts encompassed the financial, housing, social support, mental health, and medical needs of sex industry workers, including HIV STD prevention, substance