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Coronavirus May Cause Porn Industry To Halt Production

And with so much time spent in isolation, most men are staying sane via their favourite adult entertainment websites. But it’s not just airlines and hospitality suffering from the coronavirus outbreak, there could soon be a shortage of new porn content as production is halted as the industry looks to prevent actors and staff from […]

And with so much time spent in isolation, most men are staying sane via their favourite adult entertainment websites. But it’s not just airlines and hospitality suffering from the coronavirus outbreak, there could soon be a shortage of new porn content as production is halted as the industry looks to prevent actors and staff from catching the illness. 

According to industry source Xbizthe Free Speech Coalition (FSC) – a lobbying group within the adult industry – wants an industry-wide “voluntary shutdown” until at least the end of March.

Further, FSC spokesman Mike Stabile said the call is “just preemptive,”Rolling Stone reports.

“The Governor and public health authorities have called for shuttering all non-essential businesses, so we’re doing what we can to flatten the curve…We haven’t had a COVID-19 case we know of anywhere in the adult community,” he added.

Just like people are lining up re-runs of their favourite flicks on Netflix, you might also need to resort to some old content to get you through the next few months. 

By Mens Health Staff

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