❌ It failed, so...
Your porn doesn't change, and unprotected sex is still against OSHA regulations, but it won't be enforced in the way Prop 60 proposed. (LA already has a similar law, by the way).
If passed, porn stars have to wear condoms (during scenes with sexual intercourse). Anal included? You bet.
Look, I'm a 5th grader and have 1 minute.
If used, condoms would provide greater protection against HIV and other STIs. As you might expect, the porn industry is vigorously
opposed, saying their current testing practices are just fine, and condom requirements will further drive the industry to other states or even underground.
Proponents cite the rampant
chlamydia and gonorrhea among performers, and that this is already law, but not properly enforced because of loopholes.
Surpisingly both the CA Democratic Party and the CA Republic Party are opposed to the measure, as well as the SF AIDS Foundation and AIDS Project LA
Many publications express that the measure is excessive, saying it will give Californians too much legal power, and Michael Weinstein of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation too much power. On the other side, sexual health groups and occupational safety groups support condom use in porns.[..]
(the workplace safety folks) already require that, in general, a worker be protected from blood-borne pathogens, but when it comes to porn, Cal/OSHA has only enforced complaints, and they also recently rejected
a regulation similar to Prop 60, creating specific additional regulations around porn. This regulation was proposed by the same people who wrote Prop 60, the AIDS Healthcare Foundation.
LA already has a condom requirement, (ironically, we hope) called Measure B, created by the same AIDS Healthcare Foundation.
In an effort to make it statewide, they proposed a bill similar to Prop 60 that failed
in the state Senate in 2014. Now it's on the ballot, and up to you to decide.