Most studios have responded by moving out of the area, but at least one has devised a modern solution to this modern problem: dong CGI. That's right: The same technology that brought us Jar Jar is continuing that sexy tradition by being used to digitally remove the condoms from actors' biggest assets -- and by that, we mean their Brobdingnagian wieners. Now, this is a porn-free website, so we can't show you the results, but here's a graphic to give you an idea:
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Tony DiMarco, director of Falcon Studios' optimistically-titled California Dreamin' 1, explains the decision to get all digitally graphic in his gayrotica masterpiece by saying: "I really wanted to capture the essence of that time, when life seemed more carefree and spontaneous. In keeping with this concept, I felt that condoms need [sic] to be addressed." Honestly, once you get rid of condoms, you're going down the slippery slope of computer-animated possibilities here. Why not drop the pretense of reality altogether and give everyone strategically-placed tentacles?