Didn’t think another wrinkle in the Petraeus-Broadwell-Allen-Kelley scandal (enough hyphens?) would involve phone sex? Think again. Turns out the emails between Gen. Allen and Jill Kelley weren’t harmless. They were salacious, sexual and resembled phone sex more than anything. We’re delighted by this news.

Measure B, requiring actors starring in adult films produced in Los Angeles County to wear condoms, passed 56%-44% on November 6th. There are reasonable arguments to be made in favor of and in opposition to the measure. Those in favor cite the spread of STDs as a public health concern and thus within the purview of regulation. Opponents argue the measure is an encroachment on First Amendment rights and reflects a broader trend of the erosion of civil liberties. We fall somewhere in the middle of this debate, not out of lack of principle but as a general acknowledgment that the issue is complicated. Having said that, no one likes condoms in their porn. With that in mind, we oppose the measure. Hang loose and free!

And a fire ignited at a spa raided for a prostitution ring. We know prostitution can be hot, but didn’t know it could get this hot…

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