Free Speech Coalition
Cameras in the Southern California adult entertainment industry will soon be rolling again following an HIV scare that forced an industry-wide shutdown.
A moratorium, imposed upon the adult-film production in Southern California in response to at least three performers being diagnosed with HIV, will be lifted Friday.
Another adult film star in Los Angeles has tested positive for HIV, an AIDS advocacy group confirmed Monday.
The advocacy group for the adult film industry announced on Friday a moratorium on filming — the second in the last month — after another performer tested positive for HIV.
The adult film industry announced a moratorium on the making of porn films Wednesday after an actor tested positive for HIV.
A pornography trade group has called for a nationwide filming moratorium while performers are tested for syphilis and Los Angeles County public health officials investigate a possible outbreak of the sexually transmitted disease.
The Los Angeles City Council will vote Tuesday on whether adult film stars should be required to use condoms.
Porn performers will soon be given a list of recommended health care providers for their frequent sexually transmitted disease testing, and results will be fed into a new industry database, according to a porn trade group.