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Raped by the System: the Wadakancherry Rape Case

The prime accused in the case is a corporation councillor belonging to the CPM that is ruling the state

sabato 12 novembre 2016

Porno Referendum

Gli elettori della California hanno bocciato con il 54% dei voti la proposta di rendere obbligatorio l’uso dei condom per gli attori dei film porno prodotti in questo stato. 

L’iniziativa posta a referendum era sostenuta da una associazione di Los Angeles per la cura dell’Aids, la AIDS Healthcare Foundation. Sia repubblicani che democratici erano contrari, così come la maggior parte dei media, anche perché era previsto che i cittadini potessero denunciare i trasgressori, intascando parte della multa prevista. 

Il Los Angeles Times aveva ironizzato, accusando i promotori di voler trasformare i cittadini in “condom cops”, ovvero sbirri del condom.
Al momento l’uso dei condom nei film porno è obbligatorio per le pellicole girate nella contea di Los Angeles. Ma la misura, introdotta nel 2012, ha provocato un crollo di oltre il 90% della produzione, che si è chiaramente spostata in contee più permissive.

La California dice “no” ai condom obbligatori per gli attori porno 10 NOVEMBRE 2016 

Preservativo nei porno oppure no? In America lo decide un referendum Luisa De Montis 05/11/2015

California voters reject condoms for porn actors Chris Woodyard , USA TODAYNovember 9, 2016

Politics, Porn And Prop 60 18/10/2016



The Oscars of Porn SAHIL BHALLA 29 January 2016


The global impact of the US election was perfectly summarized by the pornography website RedTube, which tracked their web traffic while the world was watching Trump become the President-Elect. When the polls first started rolling in at 7pm, the porno platform saw a major dip in traffic in a number of countries. For instance, the website took a sudden 26% dip in visitors from Portugal, while Belgium and France showcased a 17% and 16% traffic drop, respectively. Outside of Europe, countries like Colombia, Argentina, and Mexico showed less interest in the outcome of the election, showing just a 1-6% drop in traffic.
RedTube also took an in-depth look at the web traffic within the United States as well, and the statistics were quite telling of how the country felt about the election. Between the times of 4am and 6am on the morning of voting day, the website experienced a major increase in traffic, hinting that Americans were either extremely anxious or excited for the big day (likely a mixture of both). From there, RedTube saw an unprecedented slow down in traffic, dipping 5% around 4pm and reaching -22% by 11pm, when official results began to pour in.
Interestingly enough, the hourly traffic in Canada nearly matched that of the United States, showing that the country’s northern neighbors were concerned with the election results as well. Both countries saw steady traffic from 4am to 10am, but incurred a sudden drop at 11am, which continued on until the following morning. Web traffic statistics also showed that Mexico and Brazil saw a considerable spike when results started coming in at 7pm, despite the fact that hourly traffic rates remained unchanged prior to that.
All in all, RedTube has developed a fun and quirky way to show how the world’s porno watchers reacted to the US election. If their statistics show anything, it’s that the entire world had to search for some form of relief to alleviate the fact that Donald Trump was on his way to becoming the President of the United States.  

As U.S. Election Results Started Pouring In, the Entire World Decided to Watch More Porn November 12, 2016 Tyler Koslow



The Politics of Pornography 30 AGOSTO 2016


The Anti-Porn Pornstar 3 SETTEMBRE 2016



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