Whoever thought they would see the day where state citizens would have the opportunity to vote on condoms concerning their local porn star? Well, if you live in California, that just become a reality.

Wednesday, an initiative mandating that porn actors wear condoms during explicit sex scenes earned more than enough signatures to land a spot on the November 2016 ballot in California.

The mandate was proposed by the Los Angeles AIDS Healthcare Foundation in efforts to decrease the spread of HIV/AIDS, other sexually transmitted diseases, and, apparently, to promote safe sex practices for viewers of pornographic flicks.

Per the Washington Post:

“The Number One way that young people learn about sex in this day and age is pornography on the Internet,” Michael Weinstein, president of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, told the Associated Press. “In porn, real people are having real sex. They’re transmitting actual diseases, and the audience knows it. It’s not like a fictional Hollywood film.”

As suspected, the proposed measure concerning sex, condom mandates, and the multibillion-dollar porn industry has not gone without controversy.

The Free Speech Coalition refutes the idea that this effort will mitigate the spread of diseases from current levels, saying that the adult actors already undergo mandatory testing every fourteen days and, “there has not been an on-set transmission of HIV in the regulated adult industry since 2004.”

Furthermore the Coalition claims that this measure would only leave the workers in the industry open to lawsuits and greatly hurt the industry financially.

Diana Duke, the chief executive of the Free Speech Coalition said, “If the proposed initiative were to pass, adult performers would immediately be targeted by stalkers and profiteers, who would use the initiatives’ sue-a-performer provision to harass and extort adult performers.” She went on to claim that initiative would effectively take away the legal and safe industry and “push its performers into the shadows.”

Only in California.

Image (via AP): Safer sex advocates including former adult film performers are seen at a press conference at Sheraton Universal Hotel in Los Angeles on Monday, Sept. 14, 2015. Advocates from AHF, and the group FAIR (For Adult Industry Responsibility) announced the filing of 557,136 signatures of registered voters in order to qualify for a statewide ballot initiative to enforce condom use in adult films in California.