Ron Jeremy Speaks to College Republicans

Apr 11, 2014
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Ron Jeremy Speaks to College Republicans

Here are two things that you wouldn’t normally expect from Ron Jeremy — wearing a sports jacket (over his regular T-shirts) and addressing a group of college Republicans as part of the Ronald Regan Political Lectureship Series.

But that’s just what the everyman porn legend did this week while at Oberlin College.

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Jeremy was invited to address the student body by the Oberlin College Republicans and Libertarians to discuss laws affecting the adult industry — particularly the mandatory condom Measure B law.

Jeremy said he was happy to have the opportunity to talk to the Republican side considering they’ve been less than supportive of porn.

Ron Jeremy Speaks to College Republicans

Ron Jeremy spoke at Oberlin College on Thursday evening, April 10 about his career in the world of adult entertainment. He referenced first amendment laws, public health and the changes occuring within the adult entertainment business.

The conservtive group’s president Taylor Reiners told The Chronicle-Telegram, “Adult entertainment as a legitimate form of free expression is a very libertarian issue, and the Oberlin College Republicans and Libertarians have been interested in hosting a lecture on the topic of adult entertainment and law for quite some time.”

Jeremy told the attendees that the condom law is simply an attack on the adult film industry, pointing out that there have been very few reported cases of STDs because of adult’s stringent testing requirements. He cautioned the non-porn savvy crowd that the pressure could force porn to leave Los Angeles for other destinations like Europe where there are no condom laws.

“They’re [porn productions] just going to other locations and shooting … so they didn’t really accomplish anything but take some of the business dollars out of Los Angeles proper,” Jeremy said.

Other topics on Jeremy’s agenda included how free Internet porn is hurting the adult industry.

Jeremy lamented, “How do you compete with free? Not just us; the three biggest magazines are suffering — Hustler, Penthouse and Playboy. Playboy sold everything they have. Hefner doesn’t even own his own name. Hugh Hefner belongs to somebody else.”

Reiners described Jeremy as “a good guy,” who met with all of the students and said he hoped that they received an “appreciation for free expression.”

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[…] Jeremy told the attendees that the condom law is simply an attack on the adult film industry, pointing out that there have been very few reported cases of STDs because of adult’s stringent testing requirements. He cautioned the non-porn savvy crowd that the pressure could force porn to leave …read more     […]

Ernest Greene
Ernest Greene
6 years ago

The irony goes deep here. Oberlin has enjoyed a rep as one of the most liberal colleges in the U.S. since before Vietnam. I’d like to see what Oberlin’s idea of a “Republican” looks like.

From the sound of the write-up, he looks a lot like a libertarian, which is the only kind of Republican you’d be likely to find out there.

Doesn’t surprise me a bit they’d welcome Ron. I’d be surprised if they didn’t.

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