Unprotected sex? Porn schools Hollywood again

Hollywood is afraid of unprotected sex, but the San Fernando Valley clearly isn’t. While the major Hollywood studios dither about the effects of selling movies via digital download, porn has jumped right in. jenna2.jpg.jpg

Per the AP,

“Starting Monday, Vivid Entertainment says it will sell its adult films through the online movie service CinemaNow, allowing buyers to burn DVDs that will play on any screen, not just a computer.”

Obviously, it’s all well and good to say that porn has shown up Hollywood yet again, and eventually, Tinsteltown will have to follow suit. But let’s not get crazy here: A dirty mattress and a digital camera is hardly the $150 million spent on “Mission: Impossible 3.” The piracy risks associated with online purchase for the majors are that much greater.

We also wonder: If you download a porno to your computer, and in the process get a virus, is it considered a sexually transmitted disease?