Porn viewers in North Carolina are going to be in for a disappointing surprise the next time they hop on the internet for a little porn viewing pleasure. Porn siteX-Hamsteris the newest business to join a growing list of companies boycotting North Carolina after the passing of the controversial ‘Bathroom Bill.'

The list of boycotters is growing

The porn site states it has had hundreds of thousands of views in the last month from North Carolina. Now, when North Carolina residents try to access X-Hamsters site, they won’t be finding any bouncing beauties, but instead will find a black screen.

Last week Paypal announced they would be cancelling their plans to build a global operations facility that would have potentially brought over 400 jobs to the state and an average salary of $51,000. They stated in their press release the decision was entirely based on HB2.Soon after, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band announced they were cancelling their concert planned for April 10th, 2016 and also confirmed the reason was due to HB2.

What is the ‘Bathroom Bill’ or HB2?

The ‘Bathroom Bill’ is officially known by the name House Bill 2, the Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act. This bill was signed into law on March 23rd, 2016, by North Carolina governorPat McCroryin an emergency session.

While the bill did pass, it did not do so without opposition. State Senate Democrats, in an effort to protest the bill, walked out of the emergency session and refused to take part in the vote. Although the bill does not focus entirely on bathrooms, the main social media upset has revolved around the portion of the bill that prevents transgendered individuals from using the bathroom of their gender identity.

Instead, they must use the restroom of their birth gender, or the gender listed on their birth certificates.

What do you think of this newest development regarding HB2? Do you think X-Hamster is taking a stand, or do you think the fact North Carolinians can view porn on hundreds of different websites defeats the purpose?

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