Derrick Burts

former adult film performer

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Former adult film performer who says he became HIV-infected while working in the industry

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Measure B  on next month's LA County ballot would require all male performers in pornographic films to wear condoms.

Should LA County Require Condoms for Porn?

Measure B on next month's LA County ballot would require all male performers in pornographic films to wear condoms.

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