Adult Stars Bring Anti-Prop 60 Message to 'Heaven & Hell' Halloween Party

LOS ANGELES — An abundance of adult performers brought an anti-Proposition 60 message to the Heaven & Hell Halloween Party, held at the W Hotel in Hollywood, Calif. on Saturday night, Oct. 29. Proposition 60, which will be on the ballot in California on Nov. 8, would, if passed, mandate the use of condoms in any adult films shot in the state.

The Heaven & Hell Halloween Party was thrown by adult movie director Will Ryder, producer Scott David and promoter Danny B. The event’s co-sponsors included the Free Speech Coalition,, Adam & Eve, XBIZ, Naughty Girl L.A., Adult Biz Law and Pulse Distribution.

“We wanted to shine a bright light on the negative effects of California Proposition 60, which has dangerous consequences far beyond what the voter will read in the voting booth come Nov. 8,” Ryder said. “But we wanted to do it in a fun setting so that people can share photos and spread the message.”

Ryder described Proposition 60 as “completely outrageous and a complete waste of taxpayer's money.”

David said, “It's an terribly bad proposition, and our goal is to help the Free Speech Coalition continue to shine a light so that the average California voter sees that this would be a very unfortunate law.”

According to Ryder, “The best way we knew how to help is to put the focus of 'No on 60' at the center of our big Halloween party.”

The Heaven & Hell Halloween Party featured five private “Hell” ballrooms of various shapes and sizes, which housed many celebrities from the adult entertainment industry in a VIP-only corridor, as well as a massive “Heaven” area open to all guests. In the “Heaven” area, a spokesperson said, “performers, directors, producers and industry workers freely mixed with the Hollywood crowd.”

The many performers who attended the event included Katie Morgan, Luna Star, Layla Sin, Shyla Stylez, Akira Lane, Britney Amber, Teal Conrad, Nikki Delano, Marica Hase, Priya Rai, Kat Dior, Christie Stevens, Jezebel Vessir, Tia Cyrus, Channell Heart, Dee Severe, Kenzie Taylor, Samantha Rone, Mia Rider, Lilly Evans, Kimberly Chi, Lauren Phillips, Darcie Dolce, Tiffany Watson, April Flores, Karla Lane, Marta LaCroft, Lea Lexis, Megan Vaughn, Alex Chance, Gina Valentina, Summer Day, Dani Sciacca, Amber Ivy, Julie Cash, Yasmin DeLeon, Sadie Santana, Ashley Graham, Norah Nova, Lucky Starr, Alix Lovell, Avi Love, Siouxsie Q, Amber Flores, Venus Lux, Kendra Lynn, Skyler Nicole, Sienna Sinclair, Summer Day, Kristy Snow, Nikki Slick, Kinky Gaga, Sheena Ryder, Giana Lov, Kendra Lynn, Loni Legend, Alice Frost, Zoey Paige, Minnie Scarlet, Sable Renae, Kendra Lynn, Alexa Nova, Sara Star, Nicky Ferrari, Trillium, Luna Daze, Tiffany Tosh and Verta.

Others who attended included Brad Armstrong, Evan Stone, Herschel Savage, Eric John, Alec Knight, Barrett Blade, Jay Smooth, Chris Strokes, Mike Adriano, Seth Gamble, James Bartholet, Tee Reel, Jovan Jordan, Tarantino XXX, Mr. Marcus, Ike Diesel, Charlie Comet, Jon Jon, Jack Cannon, Jim Legman, Rusty Nails, Chris Cock, Jimmy Broadway, Dirty, Rick Ramthis, Jack Blaque, Charlie Comet, Marco Ducati, Father Ray, Alan Eigen, Chad Diamond, Frank Bukkwyd, Daniel G, Oliver Star, Brock Doom, Alec and Moe Helmy of XBIZ, Peter Warren, Rock’N Products CEO Keith Caggiano, Just Dave, Ari Bass, Bill Cosby impersonator Thomas Ward and Free Speech Coalition Executive DIrector Eric Paul Leue — who has been leading the fight against Proposition 60.

“This was an amazing party, and it really hit the political message of ‘Vote no on 60,’” said adult performer Lauren Phillips.

Adult industry talent agents who supported the Heaven & Hell Halloween Party included Spiegler Girls, ATMLA, OC Modeling, Nexxxt Level, Foxxx Modeling, 360 Models, LAX Models, Hussie Models, Pure Glamour Models, VIP Connect, Society Fifteen, East Coast Talents, Ideal Image Models, The X Agency Models and Matrix Models.

Ryder said, "We hope we did some good this weekend in helping get the message 'No on 60' out to voters, and hopefully, enough California residents will read about the injustice and vote no.”

For more information on the Free Speech Coalition, visit their official website or follow them on Twitter or YouTube.

For more information on Ryder, visit his official site or follow him on Twitter.