Pipedream Says “No” to Measure B
Pipedream Products is establishing itself as a strong opponent of Measure B, the Los Angeles county initiative appearing on the November 6th ballot that proposes to mandate the usage of condoms and other forms of body-wear in all adult entertainment productions.
“Our company has always been a supporter, partner, and friend to the adult entertainment industry, and we will do everything we can to prevent this unmerited law from being passed,” said Pipedream CEO Nick Orlandino, who was a former board member of the Free Speech Coalition (FSC). Orlandino recently rejoined FSC and has made a sizable donation to the organization.
For many years, Pipedream has worked closely with industry professionals–both performers and producers alike–and it’s prepared to offer its unwavering support to colleagues and friends who are working hard to fight this initiative.
Pipedream Sales Manager Lynn Swanson, who is also a board member of FSC, shared her support on voting No on Measure B. “On behalf of the Free Speech Coalition, as well as Pipedream Products, I strongly urge everyone to vote against this unconstitutional initiative. This law, if passed, will have far-reaching impacts on the adult industry as a whole.”
To learn more about the efforts of Pipedream and FSC in their fight against Measure B, click here.
As Election Day draws near, Pipedream is encouraging all Los Angeles-based members of the adult novelty industry to take a stand against Measure B by means of social media and voting booth.