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I listened to your pitch.
Does that make you feel better?

Meanwhile...do a google search on the most famous male p 0 r n star ever, John Holmes and answer this question.

1) What ever happened to those 10,000+ women ( many had unprotected sex)? It staggers the imagination.

These girls thought the same as you...about testing etc.

It's just one guy and look at the potential deadly danger of HIV as it got passed on from partner to partner.
There is no cure.

TODAY: One p 0 r n person can have sex with an infected person, say on vacation,and blow your testing theory out the window the first day of filming when they potentially can infect several partners thru any open sore. (It doesn't necessarily show up on a test right away) There is an incubation period.


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US p 0 r n film-makers face shutdown

By Lawrence Pollard
BBC arts correspondent


The American p 0 r nographic film industry is facing a possible two-month shutdown after two performers tested positive for HIV, the virus that can cause Aids.
The California-based industry is worth billions of dollars a year and is said to be more profitable than Hollywood.

It is now being urged to suspend filming so that dozens of performers who came into contact with the infected actors can be tested for HIV.

The proposed shutdown could cost the industry tens of millions of dollars.

Quarantined

Over a thousand p 0 r n actors are tested for HIV every three weeks by the Adult Industry Healthcare Foundation.

Earlier this week the screening process returned a postive test for a well-known actor, the first such result for a performer since 1999.

The dozens of other perfomers who had recently come into contact with him are now reported to have been quarantined and will not be working until they test negative for HIV.

Any ban would be voluntary but some in the industry say it is in the interests of both producers and performers to eliminate HIV infection in a business where condoms are rarely used.

Those affected must now wait two months to see how far infection has spread, but it is feared some production could still CONTINUE underground.

There is a wider debate at present over taste and decency in the American media which is becoming an issue in election year.

The p 0 r n industry will not want to draw more attention from politicians keen to advocate greater regulation of their activities.
(In other words, the p 0 r n industry tries to keep events like this quiet.)















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I listened to your pitch.
Does that make you feel better?

Meanwhile...do a google search on the most famous male p 0 r n star ever, John Holmes and answer this question.

1) What ever happened to those 10,000+ women ( many had unprotected sex)? It staggers the imagination.

These girls thought the same as you...about testing etc.

It's just one guy and look at the potential deadly danger of HIV as it got passed on from partner to partner.
There is no cure.

TODAY: One p 0 r n person can have sex with an infected person, say on vacation,and blow your testing theory out the window the first day of filming when they potentially can infect several partners thru any open sore. (It doesn't necessarily show up on a test right away)













 

 
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