Porn performers may not use condoms when they’re having sex on camera–but that doesn’t mean they don’t recognize the importance of using them off camera. Case in point: porno superstar James Deen stars in this safer sex PSA (brought to you by Brazzers and directed by Lee Roy Myers) that serves to remind us all that in real life, unprotected sex isn’t always as hot as it is in porn.
With all the different information about there about getting tested, it can be difficult to know what you need to do, and where the best place to go is. Luckily, Lily LaBeau and Danny Wylde have got all the information straight–and they’re happy to share it with their adult industry colleagues (and, of course, anyone else who’s interested!).
You know that porn performers have a lot of wild, unprotected sex—but do you know all the work that they put into protecting themselves behind the scenes? We sat down with the phenomenal Stoya for a talk about safer sex and how she stays safe on (and off) camera (hint:
We admit it: we’ve often daydreamed of combining our two greatest loves (that would be sex and amusement parks, respectively) into one amazing adults only attraction. But we’ve never been able to get past brainstorming theme park names…until now. We know this ad is supposed to be promoting safer sex
Sure, you know what Ernest Greene thinks about porn and safer sex. But more importantly: what does Belladonna think? Babeland has the answer. (blog.babeland.com)
We’re so used to American condom ads approaching the topic of safer sex through (often sophomoric) humor that it’s actually a little strange to see an ad that’s upfront about what they’re actually selling. After all the pigs and dancing condoms, we’d almost forgotten that the whole point of buying
Perhaps inspired by the swank designs of other bespoke condom manufacturers, the Mt. Baker (Washington) Planned Parenthood is holding its own condom packet design contest with a $300 prize to the artist who creates the best safer sex-themed design. Well, $300 and the chance for your art to be seen