I love reading and reviewing books. I actually owned this book in 2005 because a fan read that I had written a collection of short stories and wanted to flood my P.O. Box with literature. He sent Pornstar by Ian Gittler, The … Continue reading →
AHF is known for their inappropriate billboards. A Van Nuys woman had to complain to get one of their phallic messages out of her neighborhood, and their latest doesn’t prove they are beyond graphic messages to get what they want.
A lot of people have been saying that performers would rather choose. This billboard proves it. People in the adult industry don’t want the measure, and AHF will do whatever it takes to shut down pornography by scaring people and propagating stereotypes.
It’s hard to keep up with the growing number of voices and messages against Measure B, but I’ve been keeping a list of just performer/pornographers. In fact, notice the first link is a site entitled “Performers For Choice” and is keeping a running video log of performers speaking out against the overreaching, unconstitutional, money-wasting measure:
Teagan Presley, Kelly Shibari, Puma Swede, Justine Joli, Manuel Ferrara, Melina Mason, Ash Hollywood, Diana Doll, Tori Black, Veronica Ricci, Alexis Texas, Mr. Pete:PerformersForChoice.com
“What have the following written or spoken about Measure B: Amber Lynn, Teagan Presley, Jessie Andrews, Skin Diamond, Christy Canyon, Kiki Daire and Kimberly Kane? You have no links and I cannot find anything from them.”
“It is implied because they have retweeted ‘No on Measure B’ statements or endorsed the opposition it in some other way. In fact, I would add Jessica Drake to the list, at this point. Tweets and retweets may not be as powerful as a blog post, but it is still a statement, especially since most of these people use twitter to communicate with fans and colleagues daily–usually all day long.”
Since then Amber Lynn is listed as a supporting attendee at NO on Government Waste’s NO on Measure B Campaign Fundraiser this coming Monday [here], and Jessica Drake has adopted the ‘No on Measure B’ campaign logo as her twitter picture.
Now adult industry director Axel Braun offers this message, delivered by stars Tera Patrick and Ron Jeremy…
You may not like pornography, but it is a legitimate industry in California and employs many more than just the performers. I happen to know quite a few office employees that depend upon the business to fund their otherwise non-porn lives. Thousands of people could be displaced should this measure pass and the industry move.
To help, visit noongovernmentwaste.com and donate and follow their campaign-approved messages and overall efforts to help the industry fight this unnecessary and overreaching measure.
During a one-hour media blitz today on Twitter, FaceBook and other media outlets, an incredible amount of people turned out to spread the message about their November vote: NO TO MEASURE B! Our world is full of issues: human trafficking, … Continue reading →
Michael Weinstein of AIDS Healthcare Foundation said this at AHF’s launch of ‘Yes on B’ press conference September 17th (audio here):
“In the election season, oftentimes the first casualty is the truth.”
Then he goes on to prove his point by lying about how a syphilis case was handled in Los Angeles in August 2012.
“In the United States, the industry threw an antibiotic blanket over the whole thing by not testing people, but simply administering a shot.”
Not true. People are tested within the adult community every twenty-eight days–in some cases fourteen–and testing has always been the first line of defense against HIV, STIs and STDs.
Are we to believe AHF, or the industry’s own adult performers?
Here is a list of performer voices, including two videos just uploaded by performer/director Steven St. Croix talking about why Measure B is bad for the State of California.
We know AHF paid Darren James and Derrick Burts to appear in their ad in favor of Measure B [link], and we know that Derrick Burts changed his story about how he caught HIV and has a long criminal record [link]. In other words, we know we can’t trust him.
The industry has a population whose voices are raising constantly, so listen to theirs and decide for yourself: