No room at the inn for porn convention next month, but is it fair to kick porn stars to the curb?

This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.

Houston - Remember that porn convention coming to town next month? You know...the triple X ..."Texxxas Expo?"

Well, apparently some people have a problem with a porn convention in their neighborhood-- or in their hotel-- and now at least two local hotels have pulled out of hosting the 'down and dirty' expo!

Yep, the latest spot to kick the porn stars out of the "ballroom" was a Holiday Inn in southwest Houston.

A spokesperson for Intercontinental Hotels Group issued a statement saying the independently-owned Holiday Inn made the decision based on "heightened sensitivity surrounding this event and in consideration of the safety and comfort of all guests."

But some folks wonder why you would deny paying-customers from holding a porn convention when porn can be viewed in most hotel rooms privately?

"There's nothing wrong with sex," Houstonian Eden Batki declared. "And there's nothing wrong with porn if it's all done in a consensual fashion."

"The question is, what kind of business could they be turning away and does that trump the business they might lose with customers that don't exactly approve?" Audrey Donadi asked.

Well, turns out....the two hotels that have backed out of the expo do not offer any porn for in-room viewing.

But where do you draw the line on what kind of convention is acceptable....and what's not?

"Commercials, fashion magazines, television...women are half-naked anyways....and objectified," Batki suggested. "And you know, I think that the porn industry probably allows women to be more in control of their sexuality."

So, there may be no room at the inn right now for the porn expo, but in this battle of money versus morality, there's a chance that the mighty dollar just might win in the end!