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Thrown Out Productions Defends Safety Issues

(FT. LAUDERDALE, FL) — This is in response to the recent article written by talent agent, Robert Ferrara, on STD testing. He links my good name, Thrown Out Productions, with the people who pick up homeless derelicts; I believe the series is named bumfucks. This undoubtedly puts a negative spotlight on my business and reputation and I would like to take this opportunity to separate myself from this grouping.

Yes we film real people – the term ‘untested’ is a useless description because these people are not performers. What we do on our shoots is no different than what people all across America do on a one-night stand.

Let me stress, we are not picking up people sitting on the side of the street with a hat for passersby to drop change into. We are looking for all American, college educated, professional people.

Basically, the ladies, my crew, and myself hit local hotspots – looking for guys who would normally never be in porn unless approached by the right people at the right time. We then take these really excited and somewhat straight-laced guys for the sexual adventure of their lives. We have picked up several executives, a medical student, various entrepreneurs, a dentist, etc. We are not looking for degenerates or “just anyone”. These men probably have less sexual experience than some of the talent we have hired.

Given the recent controversy over ‘untested talent’ – My question is simple – who decides that tests are better than condoms? Production companies? Talent? Talent agents? Maybe the government?

It is my firm belief that barrier sex is safer than unprotected sex. According to the Surgeon General, condoms are the only recommended protection (second to abstinence) to use during sex to guard against sexually transmitted diseases. SG suggests that if one is in a monogamous relationship, both parties can be tested and confidently use a different form of birth control – like the pill or foams. However, the SG clearly states, if one has several partners, or new partners often, condoms, not tests, are safer. Im sure we can agree that a test 27 days old cannot guarantee that the person carrying it didn’t contract an STD last weekend. I feel it’s misleading to say that people who have been tested within the last thirty days are not carrying STD’s or testing is a safer alternative to condoms.

Im not saying testing isn’t a good thing – its necessary when a production company requires unprotected sex. Mandatory testing came about after the fact; to stop the spreading of STD’s in this industry. Since the inception of porn, performers have been and continue to be exposed to STD’s. Until very recently, the only test required for years was HIV and even now, there are STD’s that are not on the “to test for” list.

According to The Sexuality Information and Education Council of the U.S. (SIECUS), Latex condoms, when used consistently and correctly, are highly preventive in the transmission of HIV/AIDS, and will reduce ones risk of transmission of gonorrhea, Chlamydia, and trichomoniasis. They will also reduce the risk of herpes and HPV infection but not completely prevent since there is condom slippage.

A study for the America Journal of Public Health observed sex workers at a Nevada brothel in the use of 353 condoms and noted that none fell off or broke during intercourse and only two (0.6%) slipped off during withdrawal. Most studies report that condoms break less than two percent of the time during intercourse or withdrawal. Is it safe to say less than two percent of the tested talent is infected with an STD while on set? I don’t have the answer but the point is neither the tests nor using condoms are 100% safe. The truth is having sex with multiple new partners is a high-risk activity and we should leave it to the participants to choose what’s best for them.

Thrown out cares about everyone involved in their production from the camera crew to the talent and ask that we please not be grouped into a story with bumfucks. No woman in her right mind would desire to lick the asshole of a homeless man. The gentlemen we recruit for a Thrown Out production would be considered by many as attractive, intelligent, and personable – just normal guys given the opportunity to indulge in wild sex…which is what makes my series exciting.

Sincerely,

Simone of Thrown Out Productions

 

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