Topics :: barebacking
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By Joel Gallant | Thursday Aug 23, 2012
This week, we take a look at at-home testing as a prophylaxis method for barebacking, and drug resistance and salvage therapy, with EDGE Media Network’s resident HIV expert, Dr. Joel Gallant.
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Aug 9, 2011
A new online database offers adult filmmakers a list of available models and actors, but does not include any health information, such as HIV status, as an earlier database did -- a database that hackers compromised.
By Kilian Melloy | Friday Jun 24, 2011
An appeals court has reaffirmed an earlier verdict in which an AIDS group sought unsuccessfully to force health officials to mandate actors and models in adult entertainment to wear condoms.
By Kilian Melloy | Wednesday Jun 1, 2011
It’s a wrap: California’s Occupational Safety & Health Administration is pressing ahead to make condom use a matter of law for actors in adult films.
By Kilian Melloy | Monday Dec 6, 2010
A gay bareback porn company is appealing several citations related to workplace safety issues.
By Peter Cassels | Monday Apr 26, 2010
The arrest of an Olympic medal winner in Florida for allegedly not telling a former boyfriend that he’s HIV+ has refocused attention on laws in 32 states that consider the virus a deadly weapon.
By Kilian Melloy | Friday Apr 2, 2010
The death, of an AIDS-related illness, of a 25-year-old barebacking porn star is the latest twist in several episodes that have roiled the adult entertainment industry in recent years.
By Kilian Melloy | Monday Feb 22, 2010
International Mr. Leather has announced that vendors at their annual convention will no longer be allowed to sell videos depicting unprotected anal sex.
By Scott Stiffler | Monday Aug 24, 2009
A GMHC panel on barebacking--or ’raw’ sex, as some prefer--looked at the situation from every angle while withholding judgement. The audience of mostly black and Hispanic men had some pointed observations of their own.
By Steve Weinstein | Saturday Jun 13, 2009
Despite protections put into the place by the industry, California officials decry continuing HIV infections among porn actors.
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