Quick Index
 Adult Industry News
Search AINews Database
Type Keyword or Phrase Here
Advertise with AINews Pornography feminists unshackle their desires and celebrate their sexuality in the patriarchal world
 
 

Front Page
Film News
Media News
Business News
Clubs & Appearances
Law & Politics
Internet & Mobile News
Lifestyles Arts Health Charity
Letters to the Editor
Columns
Movie Spotlight Reviews
Interviews
Pornstar Pages
AINews Staff
Ad Rates
PR 101: Press Release Service

Porn for GEEKS! Meet me & my friends!

Eva Angelina at Twistys

September 01, 2016 12:14pm
Julia Ann Against Prop 60
Source: Fineass Marketing PR
by: Company Press Release

Julia Ann (LOS ANGELES, CA) -- Adult superstar Julia Ann is taking the fight against Prop. 60 online creating hundreds of avatars for adult industry personalities and their fans to show their opposition to an upcoming ballot measure targeting adult workers. The proposition, which will be on the California ballot November 8, misleads voters by disguising the issue to be about condoms, rather than lawsuits and harassment.

Media interested in scheduling an interview with Julia Ann about the dangers of Prop 60 may do so by replying to this email.

If passed, Prop 60 will incentivize any resident of California to sue adult performers, and anyone with a financial interest in the film, for not using condoms, creating a lawsuit bonanza that will cost California millions. Like a wolf in sheep's clothing, the manipulative and suggestive wording makes this proposition dangerous by taking advantage of the prejudices uniformed voters may have about the adult industry.

During this divisive election season, it's difficult to get Republicans, Democrats, and Independents to agree on anything, but Prop 60 is so poorly drafted that is the only measure on the November ballot with tri-partisan opposition. Julia Ann joins the California Democratic Party, the California Republican Party, the California Libertarian Party, Equality California, the Transgender Law Center, the Los Angeles LGBT Center, AIDS Project Los Angeles, San Francisco AIDS Foundation, San Francisco Medical Society, the Friends Committee on National Legislation, the Adult Performer Advocacy Committee, Free Speech Coalition and a growing list of organizations that oppose Proposition 60.

"I was getting very frustrated with the AHF [AIDS Healthcare Foundation, the sole proponents of the initiative] Prop 60 commercials and it was so bothersome to know that we just can't compete with that type of campaign since we don't have the financial means," she said. "However, the Adult Industry has cultivated an extreme social media presence and I thought a grassroots effort could to shed light onto what is really happening for us and how we truly feel. So, I sat down with the No On 60 buttons that were already created and formed social media templates so we could educate voters and raise awareness about on our opposition."

Julia Ann's personalized memes show an image of the performer along with the image of the "No on 60" button designed by Isabel Dresler and used by opponents of the proposed legislation. So far, Ann has created more than 400 memes for adult performers, with more than 50 new orders coming each day.

"I've done well over 400 avatars so far. My ultimate goal is to make 800 and the requests keep coming," she said. "I can't reiterate it enough. Our safety and our livelihood is at risk. The public is being misled about what Prop 60 really is. I'm very protective of the hard-working, tax paying individuals who put roofs over their heads and food on the table for their loved ones through their work in the industry.

About Julia Ann:

Born in Los Angeles, the striking blonde began modeling at age 17, but when she saw a friend making a good living working at a strip club, the statuesque beauty found herself hot oil wrestling with men at the club as well, earning great tips and lots of attention. Soon, she and her friend, fellow model Janine Lindemulder agreed to join the adult industry veteran director Andrew Blake offered them roles in "Hidden Obsessions." her enthusiastic scenes and curvaceous body attracted fans and industry members alike, earning her exclusive contracts with Digital Playground which produced "Virtual Sex with Julia Ann" and "Island Fever" starring the buxom blonde and adult superstar Tera Patrick. Shealso shot "Essentially Julia Ann" for Juli Ashton's company. She would go on to host Playboy TV's "Naughty Amateur Home Videos," before signing an exclusive deal with Wicked Pictures where she performed in such movies as like "Beautiful" which earned her the 2004 AVN Award for Best Actress. After leaving Wicked she went on to achieve more success, ultimately receiving the AVN Award for Best MILF Performer in 2010, 2011 and 2013, in addition to the XBIZ Award for MILF Performer of the Year in 2014. She would ultimately receive four XRCO Awards, including MILF of the Year honors in 2009 and 2011, as well as the NightMoves Awards for Best MILF Performer (Fan's Choice) in 2013. Julia Ann is online at www.JuliaAnnLive.com and on Twitter at https://twitter.com/therealJuliaAnn and Instagram at www.instagram.com/therealjuliaann.

For PR & media information, please contact:
Marketing & PR: Adella (310) 804-0514 Adella@FineAssMarketing.com

Advertise with AINews

Related Stories

Related Sites - WARNING! Graphic Content

RavenBay02.3gp

PumaSwede.com

Top Stories

Guild Demands New HIV Testing!

ED Award Winners

MWA: 11/07/17

Burlesque Documentary

Farrah Abraham Fired for Porn Return

Heaven and Hell 2017

Farrah Abraham's Vaginal Tightening

Lesbian Sex 17 ~ Reviewer Rated

MWA: 10/06/17

OJ Picks 'Nicole Brown' Escort

Emma Marx Evolved ~ Reviewer Rated

MWA: 08/27/17

MWA: 08/26/17

EthicalPorn.TV

Reid Mihalko MC Sex Expo

Recycled Percussion at Awards Show

Lesson From Belle Knox

Bad Babes Inc

MWA: 07/27/17

Tori Black Party

MWA: 07/24/17

MWA: 07/01/17

Thicksundaes Total Nude Contest

Help Heal Rhiannon

Romantic Depot Harlem

MWA: 06/21/17

Dr. Chauntelle Tibbals Interview

Bush is Back

Paradise, Astroglide StorErotica Nom

MWA: 06/20/17

MWA: 06/05/17

MWA: 05/27/17

Getting Into Porn

­­­­Lisa Licious Live!


More
Stories From

Law & Politics

Prop 60, Part One

Prop 60, Part Two

Official APAG Statement

Darling Running for Assembly

Possible Identity Theft

Bunny Ranch Special

Prop 60 Defeated

Tarts for Trump

Darcy Tyler Jailed

Weiner Offered Media Director

Julia Ann Against Prop 60

Pedophile Olympic Coaches Exposed

Law & Politics Section Index

Alice Polls Her Clients

What Prop 60 Really Is

IEAU Statement on Prop 60

FLOTUS Shatters Porn Search Records

Debbie Wasserman Schultz Offered $50K

Cruz Receives Porn Offer

Performers File Unpaid Wage Claims

Candidate Sex Tape Scandal

Donald Trump Porn Parody

Sex with Donald Trump

Hof Runs for Senate

Hookers for Hillary

Adult's Achilles Heel

AHF's Hidden Agenda

Pistol, Ross Talk Condoms

Modern Comstockery

Hof on Phoenix Hooker Bust

Cal/OSHA vs Evil Angel

Pornstar Graduates Law School

AHF Against AB 999

CraigsErotica Letter to Senators

Amazon Crushes Small Business

Letter of Equality

ASACP Service Recognition Award

Suit Filed Challenging Measure B

ASACP Ready For Internext

Octomom Loses Civil Suit

ASACP at XBIZ 360

Crakmedia ASACP Corporate Sponsor

Mo Reese Statement

CAM4 Newest ASACP Sponsor

Takedown Piracy Removes 10,000,000

Three Stooges Porn Controversy

Suing: Wasn't Sexy Enough

Lords of Acid Censored

Nate Glass on CNBC

     
Copyright © 1998 - 2017 Adult Industry News (AINews.com)
All materials constituting text, articles, press releases, stories, columns, photographs, graphics, and code on the AINews.com domain are protected by copyright, and either owned by Adult Industry News (AINews.com), or reproduced with permission from other copyright owners. It may be downloaded and printed for personal reference, but not otherwise copied, altered in any way, or transmitted to others, without the written permission of Adult Industry News (AINews.com).