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US: Judge finds that LA’s ban on bareback porn is not unconstitutional

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  1. “…the testing regime already in place in the industry already protected against STIs and HIV”
    Do these morons seriously think that people are complaining because they’re worried that the porn actors are putting themselves at risk? Do they seriously think that’s someone’s main thought when they’re cooking their pork sausage?
    I don’t wish HIV/AIDS on anyone and so am glad there is testing for porn actors, but the problem with bareback porn is that it PROMOTES UNSAFE SEX, especially to teenagers who know no better because their countries’ sex education has completely ignored their existence.

  2. Well done the AIDS Health Care Foundation:- perhaps the only AIDS “charity” in the world today who actually petition for the right of HIV negative men to remain negative.

    By comparison, how dare the GMFA profess to be “the gay men’s health charity” when it identifies a link between bareback porn and HIV transmission yet refuses to petition against the proliferation of bareback porn accessible to all in sleazy gay stores on the basis that it doesn’t believe in censorship?

    And how low can THT go when it launches a web site – hardcell.org.uk – aimed at the same scene that is so titilated by this vile trade, and that extols the delights of bareback sex and other extreme sex acts such as felching and shlt eating?

    Grubby, disease promoting outfits that endanger lives with their upside down, back to front rhetoric and all under the guide of “HIV prevention”.

    What a truly sick and insane world we live in.

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