Adult Industry Cheers Anti-Porn Law Banning Female Performers of Child Bearing Age

Adult Industry Cheers Anti-Porn Law Banning Female Performers of Child Bearing Age AVN Awards Red Carpet

SAN FERNANDO VALLEY – Horrified that their industry is little more than a conveyor belt of fertile young women having sex on camera with strange men for fame and money, many in the adult industry are cheering an anti-porn law in California banning female performers who are of child bearing age.

“Showcasing females performers of child bearing age, especially those in their late teens and early twenties, has been problematic for many within the industry,” stated Steven Hirsch, founder of adult entertainment company Vivid Video. “So, we at Vivid welcome this new anti-porn law. For literally decades, we’ve catered to the sick male sexual fantasy of reproducing with young, fecund females.”

“There are far too many nubile, fertile looking young women in adult entertainment and, from a moral perspective, it’s killing our industry,” veteran adult performer Ron Jeremy told reporters outside a Los Angeles production studio. “Excuse me, I’m running late for a barely legal threesome shoot.”

“The adult industry is responsible for taking thousands of young women who are in the physical prime of their life off the sexual market place,” adult film producer Erika Lust stated. “They should be having babies, not interracial gangbangs. Thankfully, this new anti-porn law will take care of that.”

“The new trend in adult entertainment is women who are far beyond their peak desirability and have absolutely zero chance of bearing children from taking multiple creampies,” Mr Hirsch predicted. “Purging porn of child bearing performers with perky tits and round asses will be a major boon for the adult industry.”

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