LOS ANGELES — Digital Playground contract star Kayden Kross will appear on the Fox Business show “Stossel” tonight to discuss the recent hot button topic of mandatory condoms in porn.
"Stossel," hosted by veteran journalist John Stossel, airs at 7 p.m. on the Fox Business Network and re-airs Saturday and Sunday at 6 and 9 p.m. PST.
The show’s subject for the evening is “Budget Insanity” and includes such guests as Fox Business Network’s Stuart Varney and Ashley Webster, Demos.org Rich Benjamin, Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R-TX), President of CURE Star Parker, American Enterprise Institute’s Arthur Brooks and former prosecutor Wendy Murphy.
"Kayden's appearance on Fox News is an opportunity for the public to see that performers, like Kayden, are capable of making up their own mind, as well as speaking articulately on serious topics," said Joanne Cachapero, membership director for the Free Speech Coalition. "Going up against a debater like attorney and former Harvard professor Wendy Murphy isn't an easy task — but Kayden handled it with her insight and positive attitude about being in the adult industry. We've had a lot of publicity around the condom issue. I can't wait to see the show when it airs tonight."
Digital Playground said that Stossel reports on the absurdity of government, referencing the “porn police” that would force adult film actors to wear condoms. The former prosecutor Murphy defends the law, but Kross tells Stossel why this violates her freedom.