AHF to Launch Statewide Ballot Initiative to Require Condom Use

John Sanford

LOS ANGELES — The AIDS Healthcare Foundation will host a press conference at 10 a.m. today to announce plans to launch a statewide California voter ballot initiative to require condom use in all adult films shot anywhere in the state.

AHF reports that initial polling of 1,158 California voters that the group conducted on the statewide measure in mid-September 2014 showed support for the proposed law—71% answered ‘yes’—when asked how they would vote on such a measure were the election held today.

At the press event, the group will also announce the formation and kickoff of FAIR (For Adult Industry Responsibility), the formal campaign committee that will shepherd the signature gathering for the ballot initiative process. The advocates aim to have the condoms in porn measure qualified to appear on the November 2016 Presidential election California ballot.

Former adult performers Cameron Bay, Darren James, Rod Daily, Sofia Delgado and Derrick Burts all will be part of the press conference, according to AHF.