Porn Valley – With the news that more male performers had been added to the second generation list, Kent Silver reported on www.KSEXradio.com Wednesday night that there are additional disturbing practices going on in the industry relative to STD testing.
Asked to elaborate, Silver told me that it has to do with the way that some male performers have been juggling their Chlamydia and gonorrhea test results.
According to Selena Silver, www.selenasilver.com who hosts the KSEX show along with Kent, the matter came to the forefront when Cytherea blew the whistle on a male performer recently.
“She was on a shoot and called AIM to verify his test,” Cytherea said. “The guy had a clean test and she went to verify. They [AIM] said no, that he had a “dirty” Chlamydia test. What he was doing was testing for Chlamydia-Gonorrhea every two weeks and the HIV every month. What he was doing, at the two-week mark when he became “dirty” was medicating but still showing the first test that showed him clean. Everyone looks for a 30-day window.”
Kent Silver: “You can keep working showing a clean test while you’re medicating to clean-up even though you’re ‘dirty.’ The word is there are multiple male performers doing it. Cytherea caught this guy red-handed. If you don’t call and verify, you don’t know.”
New male performers who have been added to the second generation list include Sledge Hammer, Brian Pumper, Dominico, Mark, Steven St. Croix, Alex Saunders, Tony Sexton, Brian Surewood, and L.T. Turner.