Measure Calls For Taxpayer Funded “Porn Czar” to Monitor Condom Usage

Controversial president of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, Michael Weinstein, aims to be California’s first “porn czar” by passing a 2016 ballot measure, which he wrote, to monitor all adult film sets in California to make sure male performers wear condoms.

The ballot would appoint Weinstein as a deputy to Attorney General Kamla Harris and pay him as a state employee to monitor condom usage, review raw footage of adult productions, and file lawsuits, if necessary, against anyone involved in the production who has a financial interest, including producers, distributors and agents.

Friday in an exclusive to Breitbart News, documentary filmmaker and a spokesperson for the Free Speech Coalition, Michael Stabile, said that the newly created “porn czar” would have unlimited ability to harass adult businesses and would result in the establishment of censorship boards and vice squads.

Stabile said in an article in Eros Media that Diane Duke, head of the Free Speech Coalition, was appalled by Weinstein’s power grab. She told Stabile, that he is planning on using taxpayer funds to pay not only himself, but a group of appointed auditors to monitor the films. “Weinstein has waged a 10-year personal crusade against the adult industry and now wants tax payers to pay him to control it. I’m speechless,” she said.