I AM NOT MAKING THIS UP:
Last week, California’s Division of Occupational Safety and Health Standards (OSHA) proposed a new raft of safety standards for porn production sets in the state, raising ire and eyebrows in the process. The standards, which have yet to be finalized, fill 21 pages and detail a wide range of new safety protocols actors and their employers would have to abide by on set. Nestled among them is a provision about “eye protection.” That’s right, goggles. Goggles, to be worn by porn actors, in porn films.
Well now. I wonder how long it’s going to be before a state that borders California decides that it’s going to take advantage of California’s apparent desire to drive out the adult film industry? – Because this is what ‘more government’ looks like, folks. And the state bureaucracy doesn’t care whether or not you find this stuff hot.
Goggles were the compromise after full-body condoms were defeated: https://t.co/HFKgCZSmnh
— Cynthia Yockey (@conservativelez) May 29, 2015
PS: …Goggles. GOGGLES! The mind reels.