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

…. he tested positive for HIV. He said he was told he was HIV-positive in an email on Sept. 10 from Performer Availability Screening Services, which handles STD testing for the industry. Stone said he never got a follow-up call or email from PASS, or from his employer Kínk.com, to discuss the results or schedule follow-up testing. Instead, he got an email from Kínk.com two days later inquiring about scheduling a shoot this week, he said

Since then, Stone has taken two additional tests that he said show him as HIV-negative. He said he’s awaiting results from a fourth and final test.

“It’s been kind of a whirlwind week for me emotionally,” Stone said. “I feel that the testing process for PASS is not working. If I was allowed to fall through the cracks like I did, who else is out there?

“I mean, they had me scheduled for a shoot tomorrow and as far as they knew, I was HIV-positive,” Stone said.

Kínk.com said that it did not know about Stone’s positive HIV test when it scheduled him for the shoot.

“He had tested negative for us previously. Because of the moratorium, tests were not updated on the PASS system for producers (because no one was cleared for work),” Mike Stabile, spokesman for Kínk.com, said in an email to HuffPost. “He would have been required [to take] a new test regardless before shooting.”

Another man who identified himself as a pórn performer joined the press conference by phone, saying he wanted to remain anonymous. He claimed to have contracted HIV working in the industry and tested positive in the last six months. That would make him the third performer to test positive for the virus this year.

About two weeks after a shoot, he said he developed acute symptoms and tested positive. He said he had tested…continue reading

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