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

… negative for HIV two weeks earlier.

A fourth performer, Rod Daily, said he learned he was HIV-positive earlier this month. Daily, who has been in a romantic relationship with Cameron Bay for about two years, has performed in gay pórn since 2005 and said he always used cóndoms.

“That’s 12 years that I’ve shot with HIV-positive people, used cóndoms and never been HIV-positive,” Daily said. “If anything, I know that condóms do work. I was a guinea pig for that.

“I just don’t know how an industry stands here and says they care so much about their performers and, a week after someone tests positive, they’re out there shooting without cóndoms,” Daily said. “Ultimately, it’s a business, and their main concern is money and not their performers.”

Daily thanked the AIDS Healthcare Foundation “for everything they’ve done,” including helping him and Bay get medication.

Former performer Derrick Burts said he became infected with HIV in 2010 working as a pórn performer. Burts said that, like Bay, he had only worked in the industry for a few months before contracting HIV. In his four-month pórn career, he said, he contracted chlamydia, gonorrhea and herpes as well.

“To me this is one huge flashback,” Burts said. “What’s the acceptable number of cases of HIV or herpes or HPV or syphilis or any other dangerous STD before people step up and do something about this?”

Another former performer, Darren James, who said he became infected with HIV in 2004 working as a pórn…continue reading

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