Porno queens assume the position against TSA airport scanners -

At the intersection of the Little Chapel of Love and Area 51, international porn fanatics gathered at the Adult Expo in Las Vegas to celebrate sex. Descending on Vegas from around the world, most had to fly in to revel in the porn splendour. But before copping a feel at the expo, attendees had to decide whether they would submit to TSA body scanners or let officials cop a pre-convention feel of their own.

TechEye has reported on the imaging machines implemented in 65 airports across the US, noting that they use a low intensity X-ray to create a detailed naked image for "security purposes," of course. TechEye noted the potential for leaked images, causing possible embarrassment and rage, especially those who make a living out of selling their naked images like porn stars.

At the adult expo, TechEye approached adult star Diamond Foxxx to get her perspective on the backscatter image machines. "I find them extremely invasive. Being someone who travels a whole bunch, the whole TSA thing enrages me beyond belief. When I'm standing in the line bitching and moaning someone always says 'Calm down, it's for our own safety.' To that I say 'You don't fly every day.'

As if Girls Gone Wild and the various Paris Hilton/Kim Kardashian-esque leaked sex tapes weren't warning enough, it's safe to say it's only a matter of time until the state-run naked picture operation leaks a high profile nudie shot. 

As someone who makes her living on naked pictures, Foxxx added if her pictures leak, "I would absolutely sue someone and I recommend everyone in that position does."

Meanwhile, when asked if she would pursue legal action, adult actress Erin Marxxx told us: "Yeah, of course. If I gain my five pounds it's like - I dont want you taking a picture of that! And what if I'm slouching?"

In other news, as more people opt to get their "baggage handled" by the folks at TSA, the organisation's employment applications have skyrocketed.