LOS ANGELES — XBIZ Award-winning performer Prince Yahshua has weighed in on Measure B, the so-called "Safer Sex" ballot initiative that would require mandatory condom enforcement in porn productions. The fate of measure will be in the hands of L.A. County voters on Nov. 6.
"I've been listening and watching everything for several weeks now, and I feel it's time for me to speak on this very important issue, because it effect myself and all of my fellow performers," said Yahshua, the 2012 XBIZ Comeback Performer of the Year and a three-time Urban X Award-winner for Male Performer of the Year.
"It makes no sense to me, this is ludicrous, I can't believe it's gotten to this stage now, how could we have let it come to this? To voting about how we conduct our business? It's a downright shame that these people think they have the right to tell us how we have to do our job.
"It makes me very angry that they are stepping all over our rights, how the hell are you going tell me what to do with my body? It's my choice, and my body, and nobody forces us what to do. We're tested every month, and abide by strict safety rules on every shoot we do. We're not causing any threat to the safety and health of people in the Los Angeles County area."
Yahshua, the CEO of Silverback Entertainment, continued, "Basically, they're trying to shut us down and stop us from working, and that's what will happen if this passes, a lot of work will shut down here in town. This will have a large and devastating impact on the local economy if you let this pass, so please people open your eyes and see that this measure has to have a 'no' vote. I'll be going on my social media sites to tell my fans and followers to vote no on measure B, and I encourage all of my fellow performers to do the same."
Recently, Yahshua wrapped production on two projects for Vivid Entertainment; "The Newlywed Game XXX," and "The New Behind The Green Door."
Yahshua earlier this year launched his own membership site, PrinceYahshua.com.