LOS ANGELES—Digital Playground contract star and vocal industry advocate Kayden Kross makes a guest appearance on tonight's edition of Fox Business program Stossel, speaking with host John Stossel about Los Angeles' recent adoption of a law mandating the use of condoms on porn shoots as a stipulation of being issued filming permits.
The show’s topic for the evening is “Budget Insanity,” and other guests include Fox Business Network’s Stuart Varney and Ashley Webster, Demos.org's Rich Benjamin, Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R-TX), CURE president Star Parker, American Enterprise Institute’s Arthur Brooks and former prosecutor Wendy Murphy.
"Kayden's appearance on Fox News is an opportunity for the public to see that performers, like Kayden, are capable of making up their own mind, as well as speaking articulately on serious topics," Free Speech Coalition membership director Joanne Cachapero said. "Going up against a debater like attorney and former Harvard professor Wendy Murphy isn't an easy task, but Kayden handled it with her insight and positive attitude about being in the adult industry. We've had a lot of publicity around the condom issue. I can't wait to see the show when it airs tonight."
Stossel takes a stance on the show against the law as absurd, noting that those who passed it can’t seem to figure out how to cut the city's budget, yet want to pay for “porn police” to force adult actors to wear condoms. Kross tells Stossel and mandatory condom proponent Murphy why she feels it violates her freedom.
Stossel airs tonight at 7 pm PT/10 pm ET on the Fox Business Network, with rebroadcasts Saturday and Sunday at 6 and 9 pm PT (9 and midnight ET). Read more about the show here.