SAD STORY: HIV Positive Pórn-Star Narrates How her Co-Star Was Bleeding During Performance (GRAPHIC DETAILS)

With news cameras flashing, adult fílm performer Cameron Bay told reporters that in her last pórn shoot before testing positive for HIV, her partner’s pénis was bleeding — and he wasn’t wearing a cóndom.

After stopping momentarily, the cameras continued rolling, she said.

Bay, whose positive HIV test sparked the first of two pórn móratoriums in the last month, spoke Wednesday at a Hollywood press conference with other adult fílm performers, including two who said they also contracted HIV this year. The press conference was coordinated by the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, which advocates for mandatory cóndom use in pórn.

Five current and former pórn performers spoke about the dangers and uncertainty of life in the adult fílm industry. While the performers said they can’t be sure when and where they contracted HIV, they agreed the industry is not adequately protecting its performers.

Choking back tears, Bay continued to describe her last shoot, fílmed at a public bar in San Francisco for Kínk.com.

“There were up to 50 people in the room with us. And we were laying on top of them. And they were touching inappropriately,” Bay said. “It all happened so fast. I didn’t realize how unsafe it was until I saw the pictures … You’re on a whole other level when you’re doing something so extreme.”

Last week, Bay revealed that cóndoms were available, but not required at the shoot. She said she didn’t think she needed to use a cóndom because her male costar had recently tested negative for séxually transmitted diseases, and she left the choice up to him. Kínk.com confirmed to HuffPost that Bay was offered a cóndom, but it was not used.

Pórn performer Patrick Stone told reporters he was asked to perform in a shoot even after…continue reading

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