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Wednesday, March 30, 2005

Moral Indignation aside...

--posted by Tony Garcia on 3/30/2005

Here is a story about a frat party gone wild (no way!)

California State University Chico has suspended its 25-member chapter of Phi Kappa Tau, while it investigates the party at which professional porn actors were filmed having sex last October, said school spokesman Joe Wills.
Is this REALLY a problem?

I mean, if people are allowed to get paid for "acting" in an adult film then what is the real problem? Seriously. It is not a matter of prostitution then.

From what I understand the frat did not pay the filmmakers or actors, so it is then a question of filming the sex. Again, this is not illegal, is it? I would be shocked if that even violated any of the schools rules.

From what I can figure the only issue is making certain that all of the participants were of age. But it seems that even those bases were covered
who must verify they are older than 18 and sign release forms to be at parties and appear in its "College Invasion" series of films.
All that it seems to be is a moral issue and that should never be the sole matter in a question of government (this is a public institution) intervention.


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