Reader Email: You Gave Me An STD

Discliamer: any comparisons of my work to porn in this post were made only in regards to content of explicit scenes. All stories written by La Drama Princess, I, have a foundation of a complex storyline.

In the porn industry, the debate has been going for years, decades, for and against the use of condoms in scenes. The outrage and outcry for producers to take some responsibility for the actors that star in their films has swirled around our heads, the porn consumer for a long time. And I think it’s all ridiculous.

Look,  anyone willing to sleep with a line of strangers should know that they are taking risks, condoms or not. Why would a person taking a risk so great need to be told, or made to use protection? Were they absent for every junior high  school assembly STD and HIV/AIDS their school put on? No way that’s true. Okay, one could say that they possibly didn’t pay attention as they should have. There’s always a probability.  But they missed all of the TV and radio spots informing of safeguards, risks, and statistics? No. This isn’t possible, not living in any sophisticated country. Not even living in a Third World country am I completely buying it. It’s been 30+ years since HIV/AIDS hit mainstream knowledge.

No, all porn stars know the risks they are taking, multiplying, and what safeguards they can use when they walk onto a set and fall into a scene of sex with other people who sleep around just as much as they do for money. They choose not to. Save the bullshit that they are made to not use condoms working with some some studios or on some sets. Everyone has a choice in everything they do. Even a streetwalker has the choice to make a John strap up or throw caution to the wind. For every porn star complaining and shouting outrage against producers who say they are to not use protection, I say to you, go amateur and control your own. For every consumer screaming offense and disgust at the raw genitals slipping and grinding on their screen, that they likely sought out and turned on to view, I say turn it off and or close your eyes and quit the bitching.

Arguers against raw sex in that industry always say that pornographers are promoting unsafe sex because they aren’t portraying safer sex. I disagree with this. Everyone over a certain age, knows there is some possibility of catching something life threatening or life damning, even if they don’t know all they should about it, but they know there is a risk. People who take these risks want to. Just swallow it (pun intended) and realize that some just don’t care that much.

Here I will go on and say that sex writers also don’t hold a responsibility to write within the pages of their works descriptions of characters and situations where safe sex is on showcase.

I can guarantee you, a large majority of readers interested in pornographic reads know that if they were to try anything on my pages would know they should use protection and be cautious in what they do. If they enjoyed what I wrote, they should already know that it is fiction. Isn’t that what all porn is, in some way? Isn’t it some type of fake portrayal of life? Aren’t all movies and books unless they are in the non-fiction category? Yes.

I take risks too when I write and publish these kinds of books. They aren’t life-threatening, but my image aside from the one I maintain as a pornographic writer is always at risk. I probably won’t write about this for the rest of my life. I do plan to write other books that are not fictional at all. Putting my picture next to my words of fuck, suck, lick, bounce, cream presently can be a fatal move in my future life of doing something totally noble and lifesaving.

The only stance or statement I make against unsafe sex is to read my books and beat your pussy or dick to what I’m telling you about.

Self-love is almost the safest sex. One less safe than no sex.

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