AIDS Healthcare Foundation and the Free Speech Coalition respond to the news of AIM’s closing.

Full story at aidshealth.org:

  • AIM Closed, Condoms Should Follow

    “Now that AIM has closed—and the industry ‘fig leaf’ is gone—the responsible thing for the industry to do is to put performers’ health first and require condom-use on all adult film sets,” said Michael Weinstein, President of AIDS Healthcare Foundation. “Testing adult film performers for HIV and other sexually-transmitted diseases is important, but has never been an effective substitute for safer sex and condom use. Performers were poorly served by AIM and are poorly served by an industry that places profits above worker safety. If the porn industry won’t protect its own workers, it is time for the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health—the government body charged with safeguarding the health and welfare of its citizens—to enforce condom use on all adult film sets in the County.”

Full story at fscblogger.wordpress.com:

  • FSC Responds to Closure of AIM

    “It is our understanding that AIM is now closed. Our hearts go out to AIM and its dedicated staff. We know that it has been a very difficult time for them,” FSC Executive Director Diane Duke said. “Rest assured that FSC is committed to making sure that the industry and its performers are well-protected.”

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One Response to AIDS Healthcare Foundation and the Free Speech Coalition respond to the news of AIM’s closing.

  1. correctway says:

    AIM was the typical demonstration of how does fail a big healthcare bureaucraty .

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