Last month the porn film industry announced that two male performers in Nevada tested positive for HIV, and now state health officials are considering a law that would require all porn stars to wrap it up on set.

From The Guardian:

Nevada health officials said on Friday that they are considering strict brothel-style regulations for a booming adult film industry following the announcement last month that two male performers tested positive for HIV following a video shoot in the state.

"The potential exists to require condoms and other barrier options in all sexual contact," state department of health and human services spokeswoman Mary Woods said in a statement.

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One dude visiting last week's Adult Video News Expo at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino doesn't like the idea:

"I prefer no condoms," said Rob Tatka, a 29-year-old tourist from Chicago who collected a bag full of posters of his favorite stars to take home. "Porn is about fantasy," he said, "and honestly, no man wants to use one in real life."

But I think it's smart. You're already seeing tons of plastic in mainstream porn, a little more won't bite you.

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California passed a similar law two years ago and the industry just up and moved to Nevada. Where will nomadic adult film business go now that Nevada might join California in banning the bare d?

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