It’s convenient for a contract star who works with condoms to complain about how AHF should stay out of this.


Opinion/Editorial

I was reading Jessica Drake’s Twitter page and she was supporting AIM while saying how the AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) should stay out of this and allow AIM to stay open. I then added my two cents on the matter:

@darrahford

@thejessicadrake

Jessica: we are adults. who is responsible for our safety? WE are. accept responsibility.

Jessica: BTW, if you’d like to send Michael Weinstein (AIDS Healthcare) a msg saying to stay out of your pants: webmaster@aidshealth.org. RT

Jessica: not to preach, but if you have time to tweet, you have time to email Dr Fielding & tell him we need @AIMHEALTHCARE #doit

Darrah: It’s convenient for a contract star who works with condoms to continue bitching about how AHF should stay out of this.

Jessica: convenient? how? I was condom only my entire career, not just the duration of my contract. I question their motives…

Jessica: and I encourage ppl to use their voice. good job using yours, but my contract has nothing to do with this serious situation…

Jessica: and you’re not someone who has sex for money. I am. let the performers discuss themselves & their situation.

Darrah: I don’t trust anyone involved. Everyone involved on both sides is after the money.

Darrah: You’ve been more protected from STDs than 99% of other porn stars.

Darrah: If porn production is run out of California because of this, Wicked will stay exactly where they are.

Darrah: Making porn condom mandatory will never effect you unless you left Wicked.

Darrah: AIM has held a monopoly throughout the industry for years when it comes to testing.

Darrah: It’s time everyone finally had a choice as to where they get tested instead of being forced to test at AIM.

Jessica: everyone has an opinion, that’s a given. you’re entitled to yours. I’m not singling you out for it. you put my name into it.

Jessica: btw, every performer I just asked answered that they think AIM does a good job. walk in their shoes. I’m done wasting time w/you

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2 Responses to It’s convenient for a contract star who works with condoms to complain about how AHF should stay out of this.

  1. frog says:

    Jessica: we are adults. who is responsible for our safety? WE are. accept responsibility.

    There are some conservatives who are further right than this, but most of us believe once private industry or society has proven it can’t handle the issue itself, then it’s okay for the government to step in and take action (although it should be as limited as possible). The porn industry should have handled this a long time ago. But since they’re a bunch of imbeciles, they haven’t. It’s past time for the government to step in and do something.

  2. Darrah Ford says:

    The industry has had years to do this on their own and every time a new HIV infection happens, we hear how they screwed up. So yes the government has to step in. This is a business where you have to comply with health & safety codes. This isn’t your private home where the government is coming on in. Start a business down the street in your neighborhood and see what happens. You won’t be allowed to open until the county tells you when you can. And they can shut you down whenever they want if there is anything wrong with the license. So I don’t understand why this industry thinks the laws don’t also apply to them. This isn’t about them. It’s the government’s job to step in and protect the general population if they see any health & safety codes being broken.

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