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:
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: email@example.com. 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