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2013-09-08 09:43:11 AM

walrusonion: doglover: walrusonion: styckx: Meanwhile.. On the internet

[img2.joyreactor.cc image 850x1263]

Faye Reagan has vag warts and a drug problem.

And yet even she won't stoop to your level.

Enjoy that.

It's all good, i'm not into crotch warts and track marks. Faye only ever farks that one dude anyway.


The fact that you know the medical history of a porn star is just sad.
 
2013-09-08 09:49:14 AM

The_Philosopher_King: What I want to know is how the industry makes any money. Does anyone pay for porn anymore?


It may sound dumb, but you pay for porn when you want more than just sex. Not all but some are an actual move. You ever watch a cheesy scifi or romance movie where they fade to black to imply sex?  Well it's that but no fade away.

I would recommend checking out "Pirates" (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0477457/ ) just to watch Evan Stone chew the scenery and punch skeletons.
 
2013-09-08 09:50:06 AM

The_Philosopher_King: What I want to know is how the industry makes any money. Does anyone pay for porn anymore?



Yes.  Lots of people.  Yeah, I don't "get it" either...

However, never having paid for any I don't know if the "content" is superior.


No, it's really not.  You can watch many of them (illegally) for free.  They're either just as campy as they've been made out to be, or they're no different than what you'd see on a freesite.  Well, except that many pro porn stars are...  Let's just say that the miles tend to show.
 
2013-09-08 09:52:06 AM

PanicMan: The_Philosopher_King: What I want to know is how the industry makes any money. Does anyone pay for porn anymore?

It may sound dumb, but you pay for porn when you want more than just sex. Not all but some are an actual move. You ever watch a cheesy scifi or romance movie where they fade to black to imply sex?  Well it's that but no fade away.

I would recommend checking out "Pirates" (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0477457/ ) just to watch Evan Stone chew the scenery and punch skeletons.


"Pirates" was okay, but the sequel was just terrible.
 
2013-09-08 09:52:17 AM
If you are going to talk about great ginger porn actresses, you have to include the original.

videos.videopress.com
 
2013-09-08 09:54:10 AM
kyla cole
cache.desktopnexus.com

aria giovanni

600.mywallpapers.org

plenty more more revealing of both of these two,
if that's what you're thinking, and I think you are.
 
2013-09-08 09:59:05 AM

Crotchrocket Slim: AngryDragon: cardex: gmpilot: Interestingly, HIV transmission rates in the US are now highest in poor black women.  The gay community has put a lot of effort into testing and protection.

But they still let poor black women give blood and donate organs

Although the policy of barring homosexuals from giving blood, etc. should be reviewed, there really was a good reason for it at one point.  It wasn't just a discriminatory policy.

Except that no one is suggesting barring black women from donating etc. pretty much proves that it was.


No.  We know what causes AIDS now and have a nearly foolproof method of identifying the virus responsible, HIV.  When the restrictions were put in place, we didn't.  The wide-scale emergence of AIDS started in the late 70s as far as we know.  Serious research started in '81 when it was called GRID, The virus was identified in '83 with great difficulty and in '85 it was determined with great certainty that it was responsible for GRID/AIDS and transmitted by blood.

The ban went into effect in '85.  The first completely effective screening test for blood and plasma donations was adopted on September 21, 2001.  16 years.  Yes, the policy should be reviewed and revised.  No it was not discriminatory in any way shape of form.

Timeline of AIDS
 
2013-09-08 10:01:44 AM

AngryDragon: Crotchrocket Slim: AngryDragon: cardex: gmpilot: Interestingly, HIV transmission rates in the US are now highest in poor black women.  The gay community has put a lot of effort into testing and protection.

But they still let poor black women give blood and donate organs

Although the policy of barring homosexuals from giving blood, etc. should be reviewed, there really was a good reason for it at one point.  It wasn't just a discriminatory policy.

Except that no one is suggesting barring black women from donating etc. pretty much proves that it was.

No.  We know what causes AIDS now and have a nearly foolproof method of identifying the virus responsible, HIV.  When the restrictions were put in place, we didn't.  The wide-scale emergence of AIDS started in the late 70s as far as we know.  Serious research started in '81 when it was called GRID, The virus was identified in '83 with great difficulty and in '85 it was determined with great certainty that it was responsible for GRID/AIDS and transmitted by blood.

The ban went into effect in '85.  The first completely effective screening test for blood and plasma donations was adopted on September 21, 2001.  16 years.  Yes, the policy should be reviewed and revised.  No it was not discriminatory in any way shape of form.

Timeline of AIDS


You forget the crux of my post. If it's cool to ban entire demographics from donating, why is no one suggesting the same of black women now that the stats support this?
 
2013-09-08 10:04:28 AM

Crotchrocket Slim: You forget the crux of my post. If it's cool to ban entire demographics from donating, why is no one suggesting the same of black women now that the stats support this?


Because we can find it now. and they test everything.  It's no longer necessary to use a broadsword as we now have a scalpel.
 
2013-09-08 10:05:11 AM
Why do people share with the world who their favorite porn actresses are?
I admit that humans continually confuse me but this is another level shiat, you are in effect saying "here is the person that doesn't know I exist yet I slavishly masturbate to images of them and obsessively collect said images whenever possible. Please be aware of my preferences and feel free to make comments about the hair color or weight of this person. If you like the same person as me I will be delighted, if you dislike them I will be angry, either way I will slink away to masturbate over them and then return here with one dripping hand to react to your opinions on my opinions."
I like farking almonds, I truly farking love the little nut-faced freaks and delight that they exist. But, I have no inclination to post pictures of almonds online hoping to get a reaction and I have no interest in how almonds make you feel.
Seriously all you random farking idiots out there in the world, quit obsessing over women that don't know or care about your existence, if you need to empty your bag get on with it but quit having imaginary (girl)friends.
Ugh, humans exist... I forget sometimes.
 
2013-09-08 10:08:40 AM

walrusonion: doglover: walrusonion: styckx: Meanwhile.. On the internet

[img2.joyreactor.cc image 850x1263]

Faye Reagan has vag warts and a drug problem.

And yet even she won't stoop to your level.

Enjoy that.

It's all good, i'm not into crotch warts and track marks. Faye only ever farks that one dude anyway.


A girl has to have standards, man.. what, is she going to be a whore and sleep around or something?
 
2013-09-08 10:09:24 AM

croesius: Fuggin Bizzy: "But I'm really sad for our community, that we're treating these people as utterly disposable."

Since when have porn performers been anything other than disposable? You don't get into porn when you have better options.

That's totally false. I've seen plenty of teachers, doctors, even policewomen moonlighting in videos.


1. Yeah? Like who? A few names, if you don't mind.
2. Teachers and cops make very poor money, ergo they may not have better options.
3. Doctors? You're full of shiat. I'm calling you out.
4. Even Jenna Haze GTFO of performing as soon as she had an escape route.
5. If you're serious and not just typing out your ass, you watch too much porn.
 
2013-09-08 10:09:31 AM

Lachwen: I haven't heard any calls for a ban on porn (well, aside from the usual ones from the ultra-prudes, but they've been whining for years).


banning porn was a plank in the 2012 GOP platform.
 
2013-09-08 10:17:38 AM

sift: MadAzza: Neeek: Wolf892: I bet less porn stars have contracted HIV than US soldiers have died overseas in the last 2 years...
Jobs have risks. Everyone knows what they are.
The day we decide to ban war because a soldier got killed is the day I agree to ban porn because someone got HIV.

Far less porn stars contract STDs than the population at large. You are seriously safer boinking a porn star than a random hookup in a bar.

No, you're not, but it's nice to see their PR is working.

no really. you have a far greater risk picking it up from the general population.


I know the industry has been saying that for years, but is it actually so? There's a lot of research I've seen says it is not:

http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20110728006637/en/Study-Shows- ST D-Rates-Higher-Adult-Film
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/02/stds-porn-industry_n_206463 9. html

I'm sure that condom use will turn off a substantial segment of the audience - although I can't figure out why - but they should do it anyway. It's a worker's safety issue.
 
2013-09-08 10:22:25 AM

Boo_Guy: TheJoe03: Why do nerds like redheads so much?

I don't know,  I'm going to rigorously study them(redheads) until I come up with an answer to that question.


Fine if you are starting out with studying the redheads I guess Ill have to study the blondes and brunnettes first.
 
2013-09-08 10:25:42 AM

The_Philosopher_King: What I want to know is how the industry makes any money. Does anyone pay for porn anymore?


There are people who watch porn more or less constantly. It can become an addiction. I figure they're probably burning up the free sites AND handing over their credit card numbers.

However, never having paid for any I don't know if the "content" is superior.

I paid once, for a three-day "trial" membership. For that, I got HD video and sound, and end-to-end shoots rather than excerpts. The bandwidth was a lot better too, much less pausing-while-playing while waiting for the next 20 seconds to download.

I should mention, though, that I actually got charged for *three* three-day "trial" memberships (three separate charges on my card, all for the contracted amount...so 3x the contracted amount), all three were set up to auto-renew without manual intervention, and they were very difficult to cancel. If you do this, keep every single email you get regarding your subscription. There's a lot of fine print, but all the details you'll need to unsubscribe are in there.
 
2013-09-08 10:26:21 AM
From the crux of the article, you'd think Saran wrap was $10 a box. Wrap it before you tap it.
 
2013-09-08 10:29:49 AM

AngryDragon: Crotchrocket Slim: You forget the crux of my post. If it's cool to ban entire demographics from donating, why is no one suggesting the same of black women now that the stats support this?

Because we can find it now. and they test everything.  It's no longer necessary to use a broadsword as we now have a scalpel.


And the inaction regarding the ban on homosexual males from donating now is from what?
 
2013-09-08 10:36:12 AM
Was it SUPER-AIDS?
www.brendanmckillip.com
 
2013-09-08 10:39:16 AM

Crotchrocket Slim: AngryDragon: Crotchrocket Slim: You forget the crux of my post. If it's cool to ban entire demographics from donating, why is no one suggesting the same of black women now that the stats support this?

Because we can find it now. and they test everything.  It's no longer necessary to use a broadsword as we now have a scalpel.

And the inaction regarding the ban on homosexual males from donating now is from what?


I've already said that the policy should be reviewed and revised.  It is scientifically proven that it is no longer necessary, though at one time it most certainly was.

Not understanding the angle here, you and I agree. Are you deliberately trying to be confrontational, just not reading properly, or am I missing your point completely?
 
2013-09-08 10:39:46 AM

Willas Tyrell: I'm sure that condom use will turn off a substantial segment of the audience - although I can't figure out why

 
2013-09-08 10:40:32 AM

Crotchrocket Slim: AngryDragon: Crotchrocket Slim: You forget the crux of my post. If it's cool to ban entire demographics from donating, why is no one suggesting the same of black women now that the stats support this?
Because we can find it now. and they test everything.  It's no longer necessary to use a broadsword as we now have a scalpel.
And the inaction regarding the ban on homosexual males from donating now is from what?



It is still OK to hate on gay people. Even though there has been a lot of progress. Being against gays has a large support group in those who believe Leviticus and that affects those groups and orgs that those people have influence over.
 
2013-09-08 10:42:14 AM
I believe STDs like herpes to be high in the porn business. They're more concerned about the more life threatening ones.
 
2013-09-08 10:44:25 AM
Damnit:

Willas Tyrell:
I'm sure that condom use will turn off a substantial segment of the audience - although I can't figure out why -

25.media.tumblr.com
 
2013-09-08 10:45:09 AM

AngryDragon: Crotchrocket Slim: AngryDragon: Crotchrocket Slim: You forget the crux of my post. If it's cool to ban entire demographics from donating, why is no one suggesting the same of black women now that the stats support this?

Because we can find it now. and they test everything.  It's no longer necessary to use a broadsword as we now have a scalpel.

And the inaction regarding the ban on homosexual males from donating now is from what?

I've already said that the policy should be reviewed and revised.  It is scientifically proven that it is no longer necessary, though at one time it most certainly was.

Not understanding the angle here, you and I agree. Are you deliberately trying to be confrontational, just not reading properly, or am I missing your point completely?


I'm looking for an explanation on why this policy hasn't been dropped if it was adopted entirely for practical reasons, and those practical reasons no longer exist.
 
2013-09-08 10:46:12 AM

Crotchrocket Slim: And the inaction regarding the ban on homosexual males from donating now is from what?


Serious question here, because I don't know the answer: can blood be authoritatively tested for HIV (and other nastiness) at the donation point? Or would we be relying on some sort of "HIV FREE!" certificate issued by some medical authority a few weeks ago?

Lab-quality testing kits should be a commodity by now...we've got these matter transporters and flying cars.
 
2013-09-08 10:46:16 AM

The_Philosopher_King: Crotchrocket Slim: AngryDragon: Crotchrocket Slim: You forget the crux of my post. If it's cool to ban entire demographics from donating, why is no one suggesting the same of black women now that the stats support this?
Because we can find it now. and they test everything.  It's no longer necessary to use a broadsword as we now have a scalpel.
And the inaction regarding the ban on homosexual males from donating now is from what?


It is still OK to hate on gay people. Even though there has been a lot of progress. Being against gays has a large support group in those who believe Leviticus and that affects those groups and orgs that those people have influence over.


I thank you for stating what I was implying :D
 
2013-09-08 10:47:29 AM

The_Philosopher_King: What I want to know is how the industry makes any money. Does anyone pay for porn anymore?


There are PLENTY of technically unsophisticated people who still buy or rent discs, or do Hotel PPV porn. Truckers or businessmen whose work-provided computers might track internet use, for example. A lot of discs are purchased by little mom and pop video stores and while Blockbuster and Hollywood Video are gone, the places that have a porn section are mostly still around.

Porn movies are often produced for such a small budget that even 1000 unit sales total will result in a meaningful profit; a "blockbuster" title like Pirates might sell 15,000 copies.

It seems with Red Tube and other free sites that there isn't a market of people willing to pay.

... yes and no. For the most part Adult Streaming sites are going to be plastered with ads. Ads for Adult content on the web do tend to pay reasonably well (unless you're in a particularly scammy ad network).

For professional content producers, the hope is that the previews they're offering will be enough to entice you to go find/buy/stream a full movie, but often as not some dedicated fan has already put the full movie online someplace. There's still a pretty compelling argument to be made for non-streaming porn, which comes down to video quality and not having to put up with some shiatty web player, but it's pretty clear that most people are perfectly fine with a 3 minute clip at 360p.

Models and independent content producers in this market are left at a point where the thing they can really offer (since porn no longer actually PAYS all that well) is customized content and high degrees of fan interaction. A friend of mine tried working as a camgirl for a couple months and found that on average she was making about $19/hour when she actually had someone watching her, which she often didn't. But one of those guys offered her $500 to make a scene to his specifications and that only took her about 40 minutes, so she has a bunch of stuff on Clips4sale now and she does OK with that.

Also, a pretty large subset of porn streaming sites are actually all owned by the same people: Brazzers, which is pretty widely reviled by the US-based porn establishment in California for profiting off amateur and stolen content.

Unless you can really live off the ad revenue.

The distributors get rich. Professional content producers are largely hurting pretty bad since everything they do is going to be undercut by college kids with smartphones.

Performers are mostly starving at this point unless they're some kind of name brand. Girls don't stay in the industry very long because they can make more money stripping and escorting; they might get paid $100/hour for their work, which sounds great except that they only get steady money if they're super-reliable, sober and aren't hard to work with - and because so many of those girls have had men telling them that the sun sets over their ass for their whole lives, they tend to all be hard to work with. So anyway a new girl will come in, make $5k a week for the first couple weeks they work, and then their opportunities dwindle unless someone really took a liking to them. These girls were probably already stripping and might've been doing more than that and the porn money is only good if it's steady, which it often isn't. If they wait by the phone, great, but they have car payments and crap so they need to go out and earn somehow, and that's when they decide to get out. And all of that assumes they don't feel TOO dehumanized by what it is they're actually doing.

However, never having paid for any I don't know if the "content" is superior.

There is GREAT pro-level content out there, but it's mostly web based and served to a niche market. X-Art.com has gorgeous, Hollywood-level cinematography to make artistic, couples-friendly porn that's delivered in high definition. Kink.com is a woman-owned D/s, Bondage and fetish site. Girlfriends Films makes coherent, scripted soap operas with 40 minute lesbian sex interludes and Axel Braun makes shockingly faithful and legitimately funny parody movies for Vivid.

Also, if anyone wants to list free sites other than Red Tube it might be a FARK community service.

Off the top of my head:

YouPorn
GooTube
xHamster
Xtube
spankwire
xnxx
Pornhub
cliphunter
eporner
pornmd
homemoviestube
beeg
f*ckbook
empflix
deviltube
tube8
porn8
fantasti.cc
sextube
myjizztube
totalporn
keezmovies
tnaflix
youjizz
18tube
xxxymovies
 
2013-09-08 10:49:00 AM

The_Philosopher_King: Crotchrocket Slim: AngryDragon: Crotchrocket Slim: You forget the crux of my post. If it's cool to ban entire demographics from donating, why is no one suggesting the same of black women now that the stats support this?
Because we can find it now. and they test everything.  It's no longer necessary to use a broadsword as we now have a scalpel.
And the inaction regarding the ban on homosexual males from donating now is from what?


It is still OK to hate on gay people. Even though there has been a lot of progress. Being against gays has a large support group in those who believe Leviticus and that affects those groups and orgs that those people have influence over.


As far as I understand they take your donation of bodily fluids or tissue and hold it until those tests come back, and the tests do not take as long to come back now. Also there is a far greater infrastructure to test this sort of thing out than back in the 1980s. There is no practical reason for the ban now, medical experts agree.
 
2013-09-08 10:53:10 AM

Willas Tyrell: I'm sure that condom use will turn off a substantial segment of the audience - although I can't figure out why


because fantasies are supposed to be as fantasy-like as possible ?
 
2013-09-08 10:57:04 AM
Check the stars for the special HIV rings.
 
2013-09-08 11:01:33 AM
So, does anyone know what the rate of HIV infection is among porn stars as compared to that among people not working in the porn industry?
 
2013-09-08 11:04:58 AM

YoOjo: I like farking almonds, I truly farking love the little nut-faced freaks and delight that they exist. But, I have no inclination to post pictures of almonds online hoping to get a reaction and I have no interest in how almonds make you feel.




FARK is not your personal erotica site, you freak.
 
2013-09-08 11:05:34 AM

elvisaintdead: kyla cole


aria giovanni



Neither Kyla Cole nor Aria Giovanni has ever made hardcore porn. Aria has filmed for Andrew Blake (who does make very stylized hardcore porn) and made ONE scene very early in her career where she did something extremely kinky to herself, but she carefully does not do work that involves below-the-waist contact with another performer. I know there's not a lot of distinction for most people between "getting naked on camera" and "no holes barred orifice stuffing" but that's the line she drew for herself.
 
2013-09-08 11:14:47 AM
The thing that bugs me about RedTube is they seem to pull all my favorites back down.  Got a nice ordered Porn bookmark list for something that really reaches out and grabs me, and a month or two later - zap, gone.  And not based on age of content - seems to be random.
 
2013-09-08 11:21:23 AM

The_Philosopher_King: What I want to know is how the industry makes any money. Does anyone pay for porn anymore?

It seems with Red Tube and other free sites that there isn't a market of people willing to pay.

Unless you can really live off the ad revenue.

However, never having paid for any I don't know if the "content" is superior.

Also, if anyone wants to list free sites other than Red Tube it might be a FARK community service.


I think the best analogy would be comparing Netflix to Youtube.

Pay sites are like Netflix.
Free sites are like Youtube.

There is more free content on YouTube than I could ever watch, but I spend more time watching Netflix, even though it costs me ~10 per month.
 
2013-09-08 11:25:12 AM
likefunbutnot: <Informative and incredibly detailed post>

My gods, you're like Wikipornia. I bow to your knowledge.

Also, for sites, I'd add "NudeVista". It's a porn search engine. For instance, type in Fark's favorite porn type "midget" and it will display links for midget porn on numerous sites.
 
2013-09-08 11:30:20 AM

likefunbutnot: The_Philosopher_King: What I want to know is how the industry makes any money. Does anyone pay for porn anymore?

There are PLENTY of technically unsophisticated people who still buy or rent discs, or do Hotel PPV porn. Truckers or businessmen whose work-provided computers might track internet use, for example. A lot of discs are purchased by little mom and pop video stores and while Blockbuster and Hollywood Video are gone, the places that have a porn section are mostly still around.

Porn movies are often produced for such a small budget that even 1000 unit sales total will result in a meaningful profit; a "blockbuster" title like Pirates might sell 15,000 copies.

It seems with Red Tube and other free sites that there isn't a market of people willing to pay.

... yes and no. For the most part Adult Streaming sites are going to be plastered with ads. Ads for Adult content on the web do tend to pay reasonably well (unless you're in a particularly scammy ad network).

For professional content producers, the hope is that the previews they're offering will be enough to entice you to go find/buy/stream a full movie, but often as not some dedicated fan has already put the full movie online someplace. There's still a pretty compelling argument to be made for non-streaming porn, which comes down to video quality and not having to put up with some shiatty web player, but it's pretty clear that most people are perfectly fine with a 3 minute clip at 360p.

Models and independent content producers in this market are left at a point where the thing they can really offer (since porn no longer actually PAYS all that well) is customized content and high degrees of fan interaction. A friend of mine tried working as a camgirl for a couple months and found that on average she was making about $19/hour when she actually had someone watching her, which she often didn't. But one of those guys offered her $500 to make a scene to his specifications and that only took her about 40 minutes ...


However, never having paid for any I don't know if the "content" is superior.


There is GREAT pro-level content out there, but it's mostly web based and served to a niche market. X-Art.com has gorgeous, Hollywood-level cinematography to make artistic, couples-friendly porn that's delivered in high definition. Kink.com is a woman-owned D/s, Bondage and fetish site. Girlfriends Films makes coherent, scripted soap operas with 40 minute lesbian sex interludes and Axel Braun makes shockingly faithful and legitimately funny parody movies for Vivid.

Also, if anyone wants to list free sites other than Red Tube it might be a FARK community service.

Off the top of my head:

YouPorn
GooTube
xHamster
Xtube
spankwire
xnxx
Pornhub
cliphunter
eporner
pornmd
homemoviestube
beeg
f*ckbook
empflix
deviltube
tube8
porn8
fantasti.cc
sextube
myjizztube
totalporn
keezmovies
tnaflix
youjizz
18tube
xxxymovies


likefunbutnot: elvisaintdead: kyla cole


aria giovanni


Neither Kyla Cole nor Aria Giovanni has ever made hardcore porn. Aria has filmed for Andrew Blake (who does make very stylized hardcore porn) and made ONE scene very early in her career where she did something extremely kinky to herself, but she carefully does not do work that involves below-the-waist contact with another performer. I know there's not a lot of distinction for most people between "getting naked on camera" and "no holes barred orifice stuffing" but that's the line she drew for herself.



you should try getting out more.   :D
 
2013-09-08 11:30:45 AM

Mock26: So, does anyone know what the rate of HIV infection is among porn stars as compared to that among people not working in the porn industry?


There are some scholarly articles about it, but nothing from the last five years.

Gay porn in the US is shockingly safe. Gay guys in general tend to be hyper aware of their risk of infection and since infection is common enough that almost everyone will encounter a Pos person in their life, gay men won't necessarily disqualify someone from sex just because they're HIV+; they already know how to have sex with that person in such a way that risk is minimized (and in fact, a known Pos partner is in some ways safer because THEY ALREADY KNOW).

Straight porn is another matter entirely. Performers are supposed to provide a current, clean bill of health prior to work, but "clean" for porn just means HIV. "Straight" performers have almost 100% infection rates for herpes and HPV and the stuff that can be cleared up with antibiotics is shockingly common and might not keep someone from working. The market in professional porn says that condoms are boner-killers for people who want to buy porn, so they fight condom use and safe sex practices generally, and argue that they're in an overall safe community because of generally high rates of testing and compliance among the pool of performers. And that's kinda-sorta true BUT only if the pool is static and all those conditions are perfectly maintained, which of course they aren't.

Here's the problem: Male porn performers do gay  or male-on-she-male for pay; they can't go out and strip or escort the way the girls can and they get paid a bunch less anyway. It's important to understand that gay sex isn't the problem. The problem is that these guys are going down to Brazil and screwing around with people who are more like streetwalkers who happen to have wound up in a porno movie rather than professional porn performers. And these guys - because they're basically straight and really don't know the risks involved in what they're doing (they're used to US working conditions) will go down and catch something and introduce it to the community in LA. Because they work so often, it might be a few months before antibodies start showing up in a PCR screening and they've been infectious the whole time... and that's where these problems come from.

There's no way to disincentivize people from working outside the LA porn scene (there's also a less well regulated scene in Florida now that I don't know as much about), but the 100%, completely logical answer to these problems is to require US porn performers to practice safe vaginal and anal sex. The performers will biatch and moan but frankly this is a public health issue that should supersede any question of preference or market demand. This will lead to a certain amount of additional production moving to Prague or the like, but consumers will get used to it or they'll start buying non-US-produced or amateur porn. The only people who are really going to have a problem are the mid-size production companies in LA. And fark them, they're the architects of their own demise for not being proactive about the issue all along.
 
2013-09-08 11:31:02 AM
My Favorites:
Stephanie Renee (Sedora)
img1.glamourbabe.info
Marie McCray
www4.pictures.zimbio.com
Chloe Taylor
images.nudereviews.com
Flame of course (best safe image I could find)
88.208.61.72
and my new fav is Jessica Robbins
jessicarobbin.com
 
2013-09-08 11:31:49 AM

likefunbutnot: elvisaintdead: kyla cole


aria giovanni


Neither Kyla Cole nor Aria Giovanni has ever made hardcore porn. Aria has filmed for Andrew Blake (who does make very stylized hardcore porn) and made ONE scene very early in her career where she did something extremely kinky to herself, but she carefully does not do work that involves below-the-waist contact with another performer. I know there's not a lot of distinction for most people between "getting naked on camera" and "no holes barred orifice stuffing" but that's the line she drew for herself.




thefitgirls.com

Not hardcore, huh.
 
2013-09-08 11:35:44 AM

The_Philosopher_King: Also, if anyone wants to list free sites other than Red Tube it might be a FARK community service.


This guy i know says xvideos is the best.
 
2013-09-08 11:38:28 AM

elvisaintdead: you should try getting out more. :D


I'm doing better now than I used to, but I'm fascinated with porn on a kind of academic level as an extreme of human behavior.
 
2013-09-08 11:39:04 AM

StoPPeRmobile: Not hardcore, huh.


I mentioned that. :P
 
2013-09-08 11:41:20 AM

sift: We should apply this to every profession.  Hit by a forkclift at the auto plant? Shut down all us production of automobiles for 6 months. thatll show em!


If "being hit by a forklift" was contagious and took a few months to manifest antibodies in the detectable range, you'd have a point. Then again, if you had a brain, you'd be human.
 
2013-09-08 11:43:31 AM
they die so i can pleasure myself.

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2013-09-08 11:56:58 AM

alienated: Boo_Guy: Heather Carolin

I liked Flame  ( alicia vickers ) better, but that was another age.

Anyhow,  I think porn valley needs a 6 month break. I dont give a damn about anyone losing money. Go paint sets someplace else, or be a grip or a gaffer. Be a dp on some series. Do something else, get your hours in and get your union cards. Now, that covers crew.  A lot of pron actors / actresses moonlight as escorts. Think on that. Take the 6 months off, avoid orgies and coke and porsches and make sure that you are in fact, clean . Thats for the stars.
I care nothing for the studios- you brought this on yourselves, assholes. Do what you normally do- make compilation dvds and sell them on the cheap .


I kind of figured it was the other way around now, that being in porn was just advertising for escorts.
 
2013-09-08 11:59:52 AM

Kuroshin: PanicMan: The_Philosopher_King: What I want to know is how the industry makes any money. Does anyone pay for porn anymore?

It may sound dumb, but you pay for porn when you want more than just sex. Not all but some are an actual move. You ever watch a cheesy scifi or romance movie where they fade to black to imply sex?  Well it's that but no fade away.

I would recommend checking out "Pirates" (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0477457/ ) just to watch Evan Stone chew the scenery and punch skeletons.

"Pirates" was okay, but the sequel was just terrible.


Absolutely terrible.
 
2013-09-08 12:01:47 PM

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2013-09-08 12:02:34 PM

Crotchrocket Slim: This gives me a sad as I enjoy porn and I think the industry is being run by complete shiatheads who could easily prevent a lot of this but are too farking cheap/scumbag capitalist to do so.


they do because "This gives me a sad as I enjoy porn" insist on bare back porn. this industry supplies like every other, what the consumer demands.
 
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