Recently, Damien has been in South America. Here he is with hotties on the beach in Rio:
Yikes!!!! I singed myself on these photos!
“It sends me crazy and I pick him up off the chair and sit down on it thrusting him down on my lap so now his back is facing the audience. My hands reach down to his firm bubble butt and squeeze. I grip the underwear and that’s when the costume malfunction happens, or rather when big ‘ol alpha daddy He Man becomes She Ra.”
Read the rest at Rogan Richards’ blog.
Here is your Rogan Photo overload:
An adult movie shoot in Nevada that ended with two male actors infected with HIV has state and local health officials considering more stringent safety regulations for pornographic film productions, including mandatory use of condoms.
Health officials are looking at whether more specific and stringent rules are needed for the porn industry, which has grown in Nevada since 2012. That’s when Los Angeles County began requiring adult movie performers to wear condoms during filming, prompting a sharp decline in porn production in what long has been the industry’s capital city.
Read the rest of the story here.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Two adult film actors have contracted HIV, with one most likely infecting the other during unprotected sex at a film shoot in Nevada where testing was less stringent than industry standards, officials said.
Read the full story here.
This story was actually reported last year, on Dec. 30, 2014, but it is so depressing, predictable, and preventable that I have held off on reporting it.
There is a huge market/demand for raw-sex that drives the industry into making unsafe choices. Many, many dollars are quite an incentive to go condomless. Over time, more companies are moving to unsafe sex to satisfy customers who get off on the risk. Some industry leaders have been known to think that the safe-sex market is going away and the future is condomless.
If you were an adult entertainer faced with the choice of making $400 – $600 per scene for safe sex OR making $1500 to $2000 per scene with travel and amenities plus medical care, what would you choose? If one has limited marketable skills and/or lives in a third-world country, the choice is obvious. In my opinion, this is very exploitative on the part of the companies.
Yes, it is true that some raw-sex companies are doing rigorous testing. But I wonder how much they pay attention to the results of the testing? I hear that they are not. Also, there are many smaller companies who are not complying with any testing.
Are raw-sex companies sero-sorting adult entertainers? I think that they are not, based on what I have heard, and this is proven by the news report above.
Furthermore, are any companies being very careful about issues relating to raw sex and potential new infection; I fear that they are not.
So, if you were a HIV- actor performing unsafe sex, how do you protect yourself? I would hope that you are taking Truvada [or a similar medication]; though this particular use is not approved by the FDA. But I see young men, many of whom I have met in person, in raw-sex roles and I worry for them. I really want to help, but I feel that I have failed them in this mission.
My blog was dedicated to promoting safe-sex and is a safe-sex only blog. Though unpopular, I supported legislation to insure safe sex practices. This legislation was tabled in California. As I have seen more and more companies and people having raw-sex I have become very depressed. This is why I have backed away from doing reviews. Please understand, that I have dedicated my life to fighting the spread of HIV [and to finding a cure in the past]. I am afraid I have lost this battle.
The cost will be extremely high. We will see more people getting infected on porn shoots in the future if no legislation is enacted.
But, I cannot fight what the public wants to see and what the public thinks is hot. I have no fight left in me; I am sorry.
Here is more information from Dirk Caber‘s blog: