Indeed. You'd think that this would be a pretty simple and easy point. "Porn is not a simulation of real sex. Consent, STI safety, practicality, activities, and more are all covered off-screen, to present a more immersive, enjoyable fantasy for the consumer. Most pizza delivery drivers do not get laid by rich, 22 year-old housewives. Most women do not enjoy having you jerk off on their face. Most women do not enjoy being slapped in the face during sex without asking if they're into that first. Taking your cock out of a woman's anus and shoving it in her mouth without proper cleaning is unsanitary, and also not on most women's lists of favorite things. Porn is not "real sex", any more than Hugh Laurie is a real doctor."
Requiring condom use in porn, moreover, presents to said morons who can't tell if something is fictional an image of "all you need to do to avoid being infected is use a condom," which isn't true. Government should be promoting things which encourage people to be aware of the risks, be aware of preventative measures, and think critically about their own personal risk level and desires, not require entertainers to promote mediocre solutions at their own expense.