After the mass exodus of the porn industry from California to Nevada in the last two years, some recent rumbling that Nevada health officials might try to enact a mandatory condom law for porn shoots following two recent on-set infections is likely to freak out a lot of porn companies that have moved there.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services and the state’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration have issued a joint statement saying “they are now reviewing whether to adopt similar rules for the adult film industry as those governing sex workers in Nevada’s legal brothels.” Currently condoms are required, even for oral sex, in all of Nevada’s whore houses, which are legal in all counties except Clark County, where Vegas is.

This follows on last year’s drama over California’s proposed Assembly Bill 1576, which drove even more porn companies than had already moved to contemplate a move to Nevada.

The on-set HIV transmissions in question happened last September on an as-yet-unidentified bareback gay porn set, and this happens after two companies that shoot gay porn with condoms — Kink.com and Raging Stallion/Falcon — began shooting in Las Vegas in the last year.

In particular, the straight side of the industry largely based in Los Angeles, following the passage of Measure B in 2012, defected to Nevada in large numbers in the last two years, even though most porn was always shot, technically, outside L.A. County in the Valley.

Even Nevada might not be safe for bareback!! What will the cum sluts do!?!

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