Adult Star “Stoya” Provides Viewpoint About HIV & Porn by

Adult Star “Stoya” Provides Viewpoint About HIV & Porn

Posted on Saturday, December 28th, 2013


Award-winning, international porn star “Stoya,” whose real name is Jessica Stojadinović, provides her opinion about the limits of STD testing and the recent breakout of HIV among adult porn celebrities. Maria Vultaggio describes the actress’s opinion in an article for the

International Business Times.

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The raven-haired beauty said the belief that condoms use equals safe sex is an “oversimplification,” which can be dangerous.

 

Stoya airs her views about mandated testing, which she opposes. “Some companies started requiring a test every 14 days, which is great. But they can’t require it, so it’s strongly encouraged.” Instead the decision should rest with the performer. An adult star should have a “toolbox,” not relying on condoms and testing alone. The star conducts what she calls an “eyeball and sniff test.”

 

One of the items Stoya said was in her “safe sex tool box” was word of mouth. “The adult entertainment industry is very gossipy. …. Even if we haven’t actually spent time [in the industry], we have a feel for what they do in their spare time.

 

“You’re looking at [their eyes] because that’s one of the ways people have connections by looking at them. Take a look, do they have track marks, a giant sore? Is there anything strange? Does it smell weird? Look and sniff! I truly believe the frequent screening does help with everything except HIV.”

 

She also advises performers to utilize their own mouths. If a situation becomes uncomfortable, they can refuse to perform. “You can say no. That’s a very important thing in general.” Actors should define their limits before performing a scene.

Stoya questioned the motives of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation. The organization helped to pass Measure B that regulates pornography films in the county of Los Angeles. The AHF wants mandatory, statewide condom usage in the adult film industry. “They want attention. They want to look like they’re the good guys and they know what’s best.” In fact, she would rather address OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) than the AHF. “We are concerned about HIV and while condoms are a successful way of protecting ourselves, we have issues with condoms breaking.”

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