Where Porn Stars Actually Hang Out in LA

San Fernando Valley is a sun-drenched, suburban enclave in southern California. You may know it by another name: Porn Valley.

(There’s also “Silicone Valley” and “San Pornando Valley.” Clever.)

Since the 1970s, the hills above Hollywood have played host to a booming pornography industry. A majority of American sex films are shot there in warehouses and private homes — helping the San Fernando Valley rake in $4 billion in annual sales in its ’90s heyday.

How did an out-of-the-way desert suburb become the porn capital of the world? Location, location, location.

At its onset, the porn industry stretched across Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York, where the entertainment industry concentrated. As Paul Fishbein, cofounder of AVN Media Network (porn’s trade media organization) explained to the Associated Press in 2002, the business migrated to San Fernando Valley because of “low rents and access to the mainstream movie business.”

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California Law Would Allow Anyone to Sue Porn Studios if They Don’t See A Condom On Screen

Though a number of past ballot initiatives aiming at requiring porn actors to wear condoms on screen have failed, a new California effort is gaining steam, but with an added twist: It would allow any viewers who see pornography without condoms to call out the porn studios that made that bareback porn.

The California Safer Sex in the Adult Film Industry Act, which the California-based AIDS Healthcare Foundation is spearheading, would “enable whistleblowers and private citizens to pursue violators of the act where the state fails to do so.” Backers of the initiative say they have enough signatures to make statewide ballots in November 2016.

The measure is designed to prevent the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. If approved, it would impose a number of provisions regarding the production of pornographic films, while also opening violators to civil liability. Theoretically, anyone in California who sees a pornographic video in which

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Fearing California Condom Law, Kink Porn Studio Opens Facilities in Vegas

California porn studio Kink.com, which last year came under scrutiny for a condom-free production in which a woman who afterward turned up HIV-positive had performed, said this week that it’s opening facilities in Las Vegas.
The company, which was investigated by the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA) following the August HIV scare, says it’s preparing for the possibility of mandatory condom use for adult video in the Golden State.

In a statement, the company says the opening of production and office space would pave the way …

“ … for the world’s largest fetish entertainment company to move additional production out of its San Francisco Armory headquarters, should the controversial [condom bill] AB1576 condom bill pass the California state Senate next month.”

Kink says it has already wrapped up a couple “movies” in Las Vegas with no trouble from local authorities.
The making of adult video is …

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Arrival of the love toys and its journey to our daily life

Sex toys have arrived in the middle of society and have become a real lifestyle product. Stylish and high quality sex toys do not have to hide, but decorate bedrooms and even living room shelves in an erotic way. According to a study, 32% of people use sex toys regularly to make love life more exciting. Even outside of fixed relationships, such as casual dating, sex toys are often used together.

Love toys as a stimulating component

At Secret you will find many suitable partners with a preference for erotic toys. So what could be better than using these toys not only in solo sex, but also in Secret- Date? Finally, vibrators and dildos bring a stimulating component in your lovemaking and reliably perform the freestyle. Especially for women it is not always easy to come to a climax with a new partner. With a vibrator or dildo for …

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