Girlfriends Films Featured on Miami’s CBS News Tonight

Girlfriends Films Featured on Miami’s CBS News Tonight
Bob Johnson

RESEDA, Calif. —  Girlfriends Films will be featured on Miami’s CBS 4 Nightly News tonight in an expose that looks at the adult industry’s increased presence in South Florida.

The show airs at 11 p.m. EDT.

The company said it recently traveled to Florida to film volumes of its “Lesbian Triangles” series. Footage from the trip will be used in the CBS segment, as well as an exclusive interview with contract performer and Florida resident Prinzzess.

While Girlfriends maintained that is not planning to leave its offices in Reseda, it hopes to inform viewers how adult production in other areas is discreet, while bringing money to the local economy.

Addressing any possible concerns over a studio’s presence in South Florida, Girlfriends Films vice president Moose said, “Unless you’re at an adult-themed event, it’s very unlikely you would be able to recognize who is in the adult industry and who isn’t.  Responsible companies always shoot very discreetly. Even if it’s happening next door, you probably will never know about it.”

He added, “Nobody is forced to watch adult movies. It is a legal business by consenting adults for consenting adults only. Very few people who purchase the movies even talk about it unless they are with friends who share the same interest. There's no reason to discriminate against any industry or any person that isn't causing harm.”

“Lesbian Triangles” star Prinzess explained the increase in South Florida production and said Florida is a perfect place for bikinis and hard, sexy bodies to play.

"The heat invites sex. Whether it is mainstream or adult companies, movie studios are usually located in sunny places. There are a lot of adult performers who live here in South Florida and travel back and forth to Los Angeles for work. Outside of Southern California, Florida is the only place in the country that has enough adult performers to support adult movie-making,” Prinzess said.

Moose added, “From a business standpoint, porn customers are all over the world. Much of the money they pay for their movies comes right here to pay local models and other employees of adult businesses. They, in turn, spend nearly all of it within 20 miles of where they live. So, the adult movie making is the perfect business model for funneling money from around the world to a local economy.  Also, compared to many local businesses, the adult industry makes very little impact on our environment and eco system.”

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