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Pornographic movies in the United States

The movie camera has been used for pornography throughout its history, but pornographic movies were for most of that time typically only available in the United States by underground distribution, for projection at home or in private clubs.

The 1970s

More permissive legislation permitted the rise of "XXX-rated" movie theaters in the U.S. in the 1970s. There was also a proliferation of coin-operated "movie booths" in sex shops that displayed pornographic "loops" (so-called because they projected a movie from film arranged in a continuous loop).

At that time, pornographic movies even approached acceptance into the mainstream movie industry, with films such as Deep Throat, Behind the Green Door and Gerard Damiano's 1972 film The Devil in Miss Jones being shot on film with high production values, and grossing substantial amounts in movie theaters.

1980s and later

A few large companies operating out of Southern California's San Fernando Valley are responsible for much of the pornography produced in the United States. The distribution of pornography has changed radically after the 1980s with videotape and cable television largely displacing X-rated theaters. Video distribution in turn is in the process of being replaced by DVD (and Internet distribution for niche markets). Distribution of pornography is a large industry which involves major entertainment companies such as AOL-Time Warner (which profits from pornography through its cable channels, and in-room movies provided by hotel chains).


Pornography in the United States tends to feature mostly blonde women with large breasts (usually augmented by breast implants) and buttocks and often with tattoos

 or body piercing. Men in pornography tend to be older and heavily muscled. American pornography movies often attempt to promote pornographic stars, and the boxes for video tapes tend to be extremely gaudy. Plot in pornographic movies

 is often minimal.


With the advent of AIDS in the 1980s, HIV transmission between performers resulted in a number of deaths, including that of the famous erotic actor John Holmes.

After this, the pornography industry instituted a system of testing for the HIV virus designed to prevent the spread of the virus within the industry. In general, the pornography industry does not depict safer sex: mainstream pornographic movies now depict a range of behaviors including anal sex that are high risk activities for STD transmission, as if the taboo status of these activities has made them more thrilling for the consumers of pornography. Anal sex and other similar activities are now part of U.S. heterosexual pornography in a way that was unprecedented before the outbreak of AIDS.

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H.I.V. Scare Shuts Down Some Southern California Porn Productions

Web Producer: Jim Reed
Modified: 4/15/2004 9:45:50 PM



Los Angeles
Two porn film actors have tested H.I.V. positive, dozens of others are on quarantine, and producers are shutting dozens of sets in Southern California.

Sharon Mitchell, head of the Adult Industry Medical Healthcare Foundation, says some actors on voluntary quarantine had sex with the two H.I.V.-positive performers. Others had sex with the partners of the two H.I.V.-positive actors.

Mitchell says a veteran male performer tested positive last week for the virus that causes AIDS. Thursday, one of about a dozen women he'd had film sex with recently also tested positive. An industry magazine says she's 19 and new to the business.

Mitchell's clinic screens 12-hundred performers a month. She says many actors have unprotected film sex because it pays better. One major company says it's not participating in the moratorium because it has a mandatory policy of protected sex and frequent screenings.

Southern California's porn industry, which is centered in the San Fernando Valley, generates sales of between $4 billion and $13 billion a year.

Associated Press


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Florida judge rules 'Girls Gone Wild' video of teen is not child porn
By Associated Press
Wednesday, March 10, 2004

PANAMA CITY, Fla. - A videotape of an underage girl exposing her breasts is not child pornography, a judge decided Tuesday in a criminal case against the producer of the ``Girls Gone Wild'' video series.


      Joe Francis, 30, and several of his employees were arrested at Panama City Beach while filming during spring break last April. Bay County sheriff's deputies charged Francis with racketeering related to prostitution and other crimes, based largely on videotapes of girls under 18.


      Many of the 43 counts he faces hinge on what conduct is considered illegal or pornographic.


      ``This ruling shows that the entire fabric of that claim is wrong,'' said defense lawyer Aaron Dyer of Los Angeles. Dyer said he expected the ruling to undermine at least 90 percent of the case.


      Circuit Judge Michael C. Overstreet made his decision in ordering that defense lawyers be allowed to copy tape confiscated during a search of Francis' rented condominium last spring.


      Prosecutors had tried to prevent the copying on grounds the videotape showing a girl ``flashing'' her breasts was illegal child pornography. Florida's child pornography law makes the depiction of ``sexual conduct'' illegal and defines that term to include physical contact. There was no physical contact in the video.


      State Attorney Jim Appleman did not immediately return a call seeking comment.


      Prosecutors contend Francis and his video crew enticed girls they knew were underage to expose themselves. The defendants deny the allegation and say the girls had lied about their ages.


      Francis owns Mantra Entertainment Inc. of Santa Monica, Calif., which produces and distributes the videos.


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