The Effects of the Massive Porn Industry in California

Ault film production is only legal in some few states in the USA. Anywhere else, production of an adult film is illegal, but in California and New Hampshire it is entirely legal, and that is because both states have supreme court rulings which consider the adult film production as a business which is legitimate.`

It is even believed that virtually everyone in the film industry must have at least two adult movies to their names.

There is a free porn production company in Los Angeles, and they still happen to be the biggest producer in the industry. The company rakes in a profit of at least $100 million

However, profit slowly declines after the introduction of the internet. According to several researchers, the profit decline is currently at 50% while this happens, profit from the internet is on the rise and is now pegged at $3 billion per year.

 “There are millions and millions and millions of free pornographic websites out there,” Chris McKenna, educational resource manager for CovenantEyes, said. “So there’s no need to pay for porn; you can feed a decades-long addiction with all the blonde content you want if that is your fetish.”

The pornography industry in California still employs about two thousand to three thousand people every year, and that is for just the registered actors. There are two types of employees in this industry; they are the performers and those behind the camera. The cameramen, production personnel and those working on TV production are all employed by the industry.

Currently, there is a statewide concern regarding safe sex in the industry. The only major requirement for a porn movie is to ensure that condoms are usually used while shooting the film. Whenever a violation occurs, it is usually too late because the act would have already been carried out. Lawmakers in California have entirely ignored this law without any repercussions.

However, underreporting of HIV cases makes the job difficult because they have caused the infection rate to increase rapidly. Those in the industry then try to blame the carrier, claiming it is a personal issue in their lives even if the disease was gotten while on set.