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Corbin Fisher Has Gone Bareback. Will It Discourage Viewers From Unsafe Sex?

Corbin Fisher has long succeeded in making homogeneous porn where hairless white jocks have robotic sex. In fact, its porn is so popular that the site has had to start suing some of the 40,000 “thieving little shits” who illegally “share” their movies online.

CF has cautiously crept towards barebacking in its gay videos over this last year with several “teasing” clips, where models wiggle their raw dicks in a guy for a bit before finally putting on a condom and going whole hog.

But today they dispensed with the coyness and opened Corbin Fisher Select (NSFW), a pay-as-you-go micro site where love gloves are a true rarity.

Is Corbin Fisher doing to its part to warn viewers about the dangers of having unprotected sex? There’s no safe-sex material posted on Fisher’s bisexual barebacking site, Amateur College Sex, so it seems unlikely.

Images via cyberuly and Trygve.u

By:           Daniel Villarreal
On:           Sep 1, 2011
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  • 46 Comments
    • Little Kiwi
      Little Kiwi

      oh Corbin Fisher, satisfying the unimaginative desires of the most boring reluctant homosexuals since 20-whatever.

      yay. white waxed robot sex, now with extra AIDS!

      fuckyouverymuch. look, i’m not one that *blames* porn or hook-up-sites for the bad decisions people make. i like porn. i like hookups. but i’ve never NOT used a condom.

      ever.

      that said, i just think it’s ethically irresponsible in this day and age, with this AIDS crisis still thriving, to promote barebacking with such a laissez faire attitude.

      Sep 1, 2011 at 5:44 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • christopher di spirito
      christopher di spirito

      Like I said on another Queerty thread, cream pie niche porn is all the rage.

      Sep 1, 2011 at 6:06 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • jason
      jason

      You shouldn’t be getting your role models from porn. Porn is about prostitution. It’s about people being paid to have sex in front of a camera.

      If they’re healthy and want to have sex as it was designed – ie without a condom – they have every right to do so. What right do you have to tell them otherwise?

      Of course, knowing how promiscuous and sleazy some of you are, you have guilty consciences. Forcing healthy people to wear condoms is your way of projecting your guilt onto others.

      Sep 1, 2011 at 6:30 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • Little Kiwi
      Little Kiwi

      ” Forcing healthy people to wear condoms is your way of projecting your guilt onto others.”

      You’re ignoring a reality of a lot of the bareback porn world, Jason – they’re healthy, but a great many bareback porn performers are in fact HIV Positive.

      I’m not saying this as someone who speculates, I’m saying this as someone who has friends in the adult industry. Would it not be fair to be honest about this? “The film you are about to see features HIV Positive males engaging in unprotected sex”

      ?

      nobody is telling anyone that they have no “right” to do anything, Jason. That said, people are saying that just because eyou have a right to do something doesn’t mean that it’s the right thing to do.

      So check your fucking ego. You’re not as smart as you think you are.

      Sep 1, 2011 at 6:47 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • jeff4justice
      jeff4justice

      Here’s a clip of an interview with porn actor Tristan Jaxx talking about HIV testing and condom use (or the lack thereof) in gay porn.

      Should HIV Testing Be Mandatory In Gay Porn?
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QLgMoHLNJ1M

      Here are some good commentaries in the glorification of condomless sex in the gay community.

      What Happens To HIV Services & Equality If America Crumbles?
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XkgjnzQwByw

      Condomless Sex Glorified By Mainstream LGBT Company
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXeOdOKBExo

      Gay Glorifying Of Bareback Sex

      Sep 1, 2011 at 6:49 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • j
      j

      @Little Kiwi: You’re right, he isn’t. That said, he’ll probably just dismiss you as a “Sleazy straight pandering feminist slutty fake bisexual n****r” or whatever it is he riles against depending on whether or not you belong to a different sex/sexuality/race than he does. He’ll feel a lot better about himself and his ridiculous arguments then and so he’ll continue to troll every comment thread he can get his hands on. I can hardly wait.

      Sep 1, 2011 at 7:35 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • Red Meat
      Red Meat

      I just want to remind everyone that none of those boys in the link look like college guys. I’m a junior in college and I look 10 years younger.

      Sep 1, 2011 at 7:53 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • Jimmy Fury
      Jimmy Fury

      Well I guess that settles the confusion I mentioned on the other porn related post…

      Sep 1, 2011 at 8:57 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • dk
      dk

      Anyone who doesn’t know the risks involved with having sex without using a condom should not be watching porn… or having sex. I don’t see the need for them to post a disclaimer, most people would fast forward over it anyway.

      Yes, the bigger problem is a society, straight and gay, so willing to trade their youth, their dignity, and in many cases their health for a chance at some sort of fame or celebrity by being the oxymoron that is a Porn Star.

      @Red Meat – Unsafe sex and they’re OLD? Ahh!

      Sep 1, 2011 at 9:09 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • Little Kiwi
      Little Kiwi

      how do you figure, dk? you don’t know why some people choose to do porn. you’re saying “the bigger problem” is not people having unsafe sex and spreading HIV but people going into adult entertainment?

      if so, you’re a fucking idiot.

      Sep 1, 2011 at 9:13 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • Mr. Enemabag Jones
      Mr. Enemabag Jones

      If they’re going bareback, they must be desperate. Clearly those lawsuits didn’t payoff, and they’re in dire need of money. I wonder how they’ll handle the lawsuits from models who become HIV+ on their set.

      Sep 1, 2011 at 9:40 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • Steve
      Steve

      I can only shake my head.

      I understand that porn is about fantasy. Let’s just put the basic fact out there – it’s a fantastical image or dreamy kind of way to simulate sex. We all know this, and it isn’t news.

      However, like Kiwi said, given that we’re still struggling with AIDS being a very real problem in the world, containing this kind of imagery seems a little… stupid. TV and movies often get censored due to unexpected real-life events because it’s something people don’t want to deal with, and for right now, I think dealing with AIDS and bareback sex should be treated the same.

      That’s also not to mention the fact that, even though porn is fantasy, the people in it are not – they are real people who could actually contract HIV. And if God forbid they contract something and don’t get tested until their next gig, they could potentially be putting several people at risk, and those people put others at risk, and you get the idea.

      I agree that you shouldn’t use porn as a moral basis, but at the same time, professionals should not be engaging in unsafe practices and promoting those unsafe practices through their particular work.

      Sep 1, 2011 at 10:15 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • JP
      JP

      As long as the actors are tested, this is no big deal. Gay men realize the difference between “fantasy sex” on the screen and “real sex” that involves risks.

      Sep 1, 2011 at 10:20 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • Tony
      Tony

      If you haven’t seen it rent the movie 3 Needles. One of it’s 3 story lines touches on this subject. It’s also one of the best movies I’ve ever seen.

      Sep 1, 2011 at 10:21 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • jj
      jj

      The men featured on this site are hetero, no? So, if they’ve been tested, are HIV negative and engage in male/male “sex” then they have nothing to worry about, right? I mean, it’s not as if they’re having “gay” sex off screen, because they’re straight, right? Everyone knows, you can’t get HIV from a vag, right?

      Sep 1, 2011 at 11:07 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • steve
      steve

      Fact – Sex feels better without a condom

      Fact – Men know this

      Fact – Not every gay person has HIV

      Therefore there are many who don’t mind mind going at it raw and pulling out for the ejaculation

      Now before I get bombarded..let me me clear. I am not endorsing BB sex, all I am saying is let’s be honest and real for second by saying there is alot of condom free anal out there just the same as there is alot of condom free oral out there. Let’s not try to be the ones judging and condemning our fellow man just because he may be slightly beneath your moral compass. Since isn’t that what we’ve all wanted for ourselves the day we knew we were gay?

      Sep 2, 2011 at 1:44 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • Kyle
      Kyle

      @steve: “Pulling out before ejaculation” is about as effective at preventing trasmission of HIV as it is at preventing pregnancy: Not very.

      Sep 2, 2011 at 4:23 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • steve
      steve

      @Kyle: Look I really don’t feel the need to justify the actions of others anymore but put it this way, many of the guys I know are having sex this way and have done for years and are still negative. So if it’s ‘Not very’ effective then I guess it just means there must not be too many infected people out there to begin with. Certainly not to point that warrants the hysteria.

      Oh and many of the straight couples I know only use the withdrawal method as birth control and have done for many months/years and still no pregnancies.

      Sep 2, 2011 at 6:49 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • DamnedbyChoice
      DamnedbyChoice

      I just felt moved to add my two cents. As a gay man living in a large gay community (Philadelphia), my concern is that as of the latest data released by the CDC men who have sex with men still account for over half of new HIV infections. The city I live in has a new HIV infection rate that is Five times the national rate! I believe people are free to make their own bad decisions regarding sex. However I find myself at odds with this sense of entitlement. You are absolutely free to your own self destruction, but I do believe that this kind of thinking and behavior is a detriment to the broader LGBT community. It is true that HIV is no longer a death sentence, however it does still carry an unavoidable stigma, and it does have a potential to ruin lives. I often wonder whether our collective behavior, and the sense of entitlement to act any way we choose and how that prevents us from moving forward, to achieving those shared goals in creating real lasting equality. I have worked with those affected by HIV and its no walk in the park. Sure everyone makes mistakes but a mistake is much different than a consistent behavior. I am in no way judging anyone, but It must be said that We have a responsibility among our community and society at large to really address this public health issue that affects everyone. Sex doesn’t have to be a Life or Death situation, but a little compassion and concern not just for yourself but for the rest of us will go a long way.

      Sep 2, 2011 at 8:26 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • QJ201
      QJ201

      People would not be so cavalier about barebacking if we didn’t have social welfare programs to pay for HIV drugs and HIV/AIDS care…which are necessary but have the unintended consequence of making HIV “no big deal.” Further, several states cannot “meet demand” for these programs and now have people on waiting lists for HIV medications and treatment.

      Also, bareback porn exists on a continuum…from pulling out for ejaculation to “breed me” fetishing of HIV.

      Sep 2, 2011 at 8:40 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • Mark
      Mark

      @steve: I think I’ll trust medical professionals over your anecdotal evidence that “Pulling out” works. It may decrease the risk somewhat, but it is by no means safe. And we’ll stop the hysteria once gay men don’t account for such an incredibly large and disproportionate number of HIV victims in this country. Does BB feel better? Sure. Is it work the risk of HIV? Absolutely not. It’s irresponsible and I would hope that if you’re mature enough to be having sex you’d be mature enough to know that just because something feels good it doesn’t mean you should do it.

      And don’t bring the “we shouldn’t judge other because we don’t want people to judge us” bullshit. We don’t want people to judge us gays because there is nothing inherently wrong with being gay (as long as we are safe, and the same can be said for heteros). Just because we don’t want to be judged for being gay doesn’t mean that there aren’t things that SHOULD be judged negatively, like BB sex outside of a committed monogamous relationship.

      Sep 2, 2011 at 9:21 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • jason
      jason

      One of the reasons that male homosexuality was considered a sin throughout history is that our ancestors understood the dangers of male-male promiscuity. Our ancestors knew that, without a stigma agains male-male interactions, men would freely turn to each other in copious and reckless fashions, such is the power of the male sex drive.

      Thus, it was the style in which men did this that concerned them. By style, I mean the recklessness of the male psyche, the male disregard for modesty, and the daring nature of male sexual enterprise. This includes having sex with TOTAL strangers. Think about it – TOTAL strangers.

      Note how laws against female homosexuality were NOT enacted. The original script of the Bible only prohibited MALE homosexuality. This is pivotal to understanding the evolution of the stigma against male-male sexuality.

      With AIDS, you have “the gays” enjoying the notionn of being a leper class. The idea of victimhood resonates strongly throughout the American gay male community. You see AIDS as a means of making you “special”, sort of like having a mark on your foreheads.

      In reality, AIDS has nothing to do with your sexual orientation. Absolutely nothing. It has a lot to do with promiscuity but it has absolutely nothing to do with your sexual orienation.

      Sep 2, 2011 at 9:45 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • delurker
      delurker

      @jason: you’re a broken record. you said this 5 times already in this thread and repeated it millions of times. no cares or agrees with you.

      the guys doing these pornos are as str8 as they are hiv-. not very.

      Sep 2, 2011 at 9:54 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • Joe
      Joe

      I like watching bareback porn, I think it’s really hot!! I’m not a moron, I can separate reality from fantasy. I have never not used a condom with a random hook-up or fuck-buddy. People should be responsible for their own actions and choices. It is not a porn studios responsability to educate their viewers. It is each persons own responsability to educate themselves about any STIs. Stop letting queers get away with not taking care of their own bodies!

      Sep 2, 2011 at 10:10 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • jason
      jason

      Joe,

      Well said.

      I get sick and tired of holier-than-thou gay guys who think that every gay guy is at special risk of getting AIDS. Nothing could be further from the truth.

      You don’t get AIDS because of your sexual orientation. You get it because you have a poor lifestyle fraught with drugs, poor diets, and veneral disease acquisition.

      Sep 2, 2011 at 10:41 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • the crustybastard
      the crustybastard

      @j: [jason will] probably just dismiss you as a “Sleazy straight pandering feminist slutty fake bisexual n****r” or whatever…

      Christ that was funny.

      Off to get the Windex. Cheers!

      Sep 2, 2011 at 10:57 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • Little Kiwi
      Little Kiwi

      this is what’s dragging America so slowly through social progress – butthurt wimps who defend their “rights” rather than thinking about what’s the right thing to do.

      a culture of people defending their right to carry a gun rather than working on creating a culture wherein people won’t choose to ACT ON that right.

      the right is not taken away. the selfish need to act on it is lessened.

      i like porn. i like sex. i’ve never had sex without a condom. that said, just because one has a right to have unprotected sex, and indeed “glorify” it in film, doesn’t mean that that’s the noble thing to do.

      i’m just stunned that some of you seem to care more that you get to watch “your fave kind of porn” rather than concede that the promotion of safer-sex in pornography could very well lead to fewer transmissions of HIV and the possible eventual elimination of the disease.

      let me state that again – you care more about your freedom to watch bareback porn than you do about contributing to a culture of safe-sex promotion that could eliminate transmission rates.

      talk about selfish.

      Sep 2, 2011 at 10:59 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • Mark
      Mark

      @Little Kiwi: Amen, Kiwi! And to Jason- being GAY doesn’t put you at any greater risk, but having unprotected anal sex DOES put you at a greater risk (whether you’re gay or straight, male or female). You can be drug free and eat the healthiest foods around, but if you have unprotected anal sex with lots of different people you’re putting yourself at great risk of receiving AIDS. There is nothing “holier-than-thou” about preaching safe sex.

      Sep 2, 2011 at 1:05 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • matt
      matt

      Wow Jason the rhetoric in your comments is virtually indistinguishable from that put out by anti-gay religious conservatives. I have a sick obsession with reading the garbage that they publish on a regular basis and your comments could be cut and pasted into their ridiculous screeds without looking the least bit out of place.

      I find it both incredibly sad and encouraging at the same time that we have come to the point where we have gays who have co-opted all of the absurd culture war crap of the religious right.

      “You shouldn’t be getting your role models from porn. Porn is about prostitution. It’s about people being paid to have sex in front of a camera.

      Of course, knowing how promiscuous and sleazy some of you are, you have guilty consciences. Forcing healthy people to wear condoms is your way of projecting your guilt onto others.”

      “You get it because you have a poor lifestyle fraught with drugs, poor diets, and veneral disease acquisition.”

      Let’s count the puritan moralistic arguments!

      1. Porn is evil
      2. Promiscuity is “sleazy”
      3. Promiscuity results in guilt (implying that promiscuous sex is somehow wrong and that those who have it have something to feel bad about)
      4. HIV is the fault of the victim

      Congratulations, you have the exact same worldview as those who despise you and have spend decades actively opposing your civil rights.

      Sep 2, 2011 at 3:29 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • Matthew Rettenmund
      Matthew Rettenmund

      It’s not illegal to be fucking stupid (Example: “Fact”-obsessed Steve who ludicrously thinks fucking without a condom without ejaculation is safe), but it should be illegal to make money off of people’s stupid, desperate and or misinformed decisions that can lead to a lifelong chronic illness.

      Porn actors’ working conditions should be as regulated as any other industry’s. Nobody asks racecar drivers to go without helmets or firemen to rush into burning buildings without protective gear. Anyone who does is a sadist and that goes for people who know porn is being made at the risk of others’ health and who don’t fucking care.

      Sep 2, 2011 at 4:12 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • Kamuriie
      Kamuriie

      It’s not pornography’s job to teach people they should have safe sex. That’s the job of safe sex awareness campaigns, sex education in school, parents, etc.

      Advocating *mandatory, imposed* use of condoms in pornography is the same as insisting that any portrayals in media of bike riding be shown with helmets, that characters driving cars be depicted wearing seat belts, never exceedingly the speed limit, and so on.

      Bareback porn exists because there’s a demand for it. In fact, bareback porn is MUCH MORE POPULAR than condom porn, and more studios are switching to it. Why? Because businesses exist to make money, and to give customers what they *WANT*. Porn is fantasy–people don’t fantasize about SAFETY PRECAUTIONS.

      I agree that safe sex is important–but arguing it’s the pornographer’s job to teach that lesson is *idiotic*.

      Sep 2, 2011 at 4:48 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • Bryan
      Bryan

      Is it me or for all the reports that CF products do really well, they seem a little desperate to me with one gimmick after another? There’s the “bi” site where it’s just the girl gets a token screwing for about 5 mins, then goes and sits on the sideline for the rest of the movie while the guys carry on, then there’s the CF “reality” shows and now this.

      Sep 2, 2011 at 5:09 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • Bryce
      Bryce

      I’d imagine the most controlled, sterile environment in which most porn models have sex is on set itself. How many people, in their personal lives, can be assured partners are recently tested, review results together, etc? That’s not to say risk would be non-existent, of course. But there’s a ton of risk gay men face everyday…

      – It’s risky to trust that your boyfriend is being faithful and not cheating on you (several HIV+ guys I know got it from their boyfriends, with whom they were having unprotected sex, because he got it from someone else while cheating. In fact, that’s how most guys I know that have it got it).
      – It’s risky to trust anything people say on gay personals and hookup sites (the overwhelming majority of the guys will have “HIV Negative” in their profiles because every such site gives you the opportunity to put that there. It’s not that the guy IS HIV-… it’s that he THINKS he is. There are not a whole lot of guys getting HIV from someone they confidently know has it – they’re getting it from someone they think is negative (someone that likely things himself to be negative).

      So, really the only way we can all assure ourselves of being safe is never again trust your boyfriend or partner.

      Fact of the matter is that condomless sex is something we all aspire to – one of the privileges and perks of a monogamous, long-term relationship is you’re able to have sex without condoms. Does anyone want to have to use condoms with their boyfriend?

      Bareback sex isn’t just glorified in porn – it’s glorified in life and in all of our own minds. Condoms aren’t popping up a great deal in gay fiction. They’re not in erotic gay artwork. They’re likely not around in our fantasies as we jerk off and think about all the hot things we wanna be doing. And when you meet a guy and fall in love and express that love through some insanely hot, passionate sex, you’re not whipping out the condom.

      Condoms are an effective physical barrier that prevent potentially risky exchanges of bodily fluids and STIs (though not all). However, for many men they’re also an effective emotional barrier that prevents a true connection, prevent true intimacy, and inhibit the most genuine, authentic and real bonding between two men having sex. People aspire to that bond and that connection and want at least the sense of intimacy you get from not having to use condoms.

      I don’t fault anyone for wanting to have bareback sex, nor do I fault anyone for producing it or watching it or feeding the demand for more such product from porn companies.

      However, while the anti-HIV campaigns, for decades, focused entirely on condoms as the end-all, be-all of prevention, they seemed to have forgotten one key thing – people WANT to have sex without condoms as much in a world with HIV as they did in the world before HIV was known and identified. They’d want to have sex without condoms in a world with only Hep C or any bacterial STIs or even in a world with some deadly strain of herpes.

      True safe sex isn’t about condoms but about awareness, honesty and openness between partners. Sure, when two guys who each have a profile that says, “Safe Sex Only. HIV Negative” meet off of Adam4Adam and get to fucking, and neither stops to pull out the condoms before things go too far, and both tell themselves in their heads, “Well… his profile said safe only and negative… so I bet this is like the only time he’s ever gone without one and I bet it’s safe…” and so they each go forward and, weeks or months later, one finds out he got HIV from the other… is the lack of a condom the only real thing in that entire situation that led to someone getting infected? How about infrequent testing? Dishonesty? Personal irresponsibility? Hostile judgement of and stigma towards HIV+ people, thus making it something people are unwilling to talk about? In my opinion, no gay personals site should allow anyone to call themselves “HIV Negative”. At most, perhaps allow them to say: “Last Tested:” and then have a field to put the date of the test in there. At least that would be more honest and accurate. But I don’t blame the personals/cruising sites when two supposed “HIV Negative” guys hook up, it turns out one was +, and the other gets it. Oh, the overwhelming majority of profiles out there say “Safe Sex Only” and whatever option the site provides to suggest one doesn’t always use condoms, people avoid selecting because they know it makes them look bad – whether or not they’re actually using condoms regularly or even “only”.

      Be an adult. Be aware. Accept the fact that guys love to have sex without condoms. If both partners accept and acknowledge that, they can get over neither one being willing to bring it up and neither one wanting to look like a slut, and neither one wanting to be associated with the stigma, and talk about shit. Ask when someone’s last test was. Maybe ask to see the results. Ask about their sexual history. Be open about all of it without judging or fearing being judged. If everyone’s profiles said “Anything Goes” or “Safe Sex Sometimes” and everyone’s status said “Unsure” or “Don’t Know” (and those are the only real, honest answers that apply to the overwhelming majority of guys out there, mind you), then you can sure as hell bet people would be talking more and have the opportunity to make more informed decisions.

      Moreso than condoms, if two partners talk and share and are open and honest, and then decide to voluntarily have sex without condoms, more power to them. If one or both decide they’re not comfortable proceeding without, and so each choose to use condoms, more power to them. If they decide they don’t wanna have sex at all, more power to them. That’s what should be taking place in everyone’s personal lives, and if studios are ensuring their models do the same and also have the opportunity to make decisions on their own and entirely of their own volition, then more power to them and let them film what they want.

      Sep 2, 2011 at 6:09 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • jason
      jason

      matt,

      There is nothing puritanical about what I’m saying. I’m simply calling a spade a spade. I’m not playing the political game of liberals versus conservatives. I’m merely interested in the truth.

      If you wish to frame your arguments around the concept of taking sides, go for it. That’s not the way I conduct my arguments. I go for facts. Ever heard of facts? You might want to look the word up in the dictionary.

      The facts will sometimes fall on your side, they might sometimes fall on the side that isn’t yours. That’s the way life is.

      I will continue to offer opinions based on facts. I’m not going to be seduced by the concept of taking sides simply to make the people in that side happy.

      Sep 2, 2011 at 8:18 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • Tommy Shepherd
      Tommy Shepherd

      Monkey see, monkey do.

      Sep 3, 2011 at 6:27 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • steve
      steve

      @Mark: You know you really should step down off your high horse long enough to read the computer screen properly. I did not claim to have evidence suggesting that pulling out is just as safe as condoms. What I did say was that this sort of thing is happening out there in the big wide world. Is there something wrong in pointing out what ACTUALLY happens? Geez talk about shooting the messenger. It’s all very easy to have an attitude that makes you feel elevated but you come off sounding as if you have your head in sand.

      As for your ‘judging’ comment well excuse me but I happen to believe what 2 consenting adults do behing closed doors is none of my business and none of yours either. They certainly don’t deserve your judgment either.

      Sep 3, 2011 at 9:00 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • Little Kiwi
      Little Kiwi

      i’m not saying ban condomless sex in porn. im saying boycott companies that profit off of it.

      yeah. for real. nuance.

      Sep 3, 2011 at 9:05 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • steve
      steve

      @Matthew Rettenmund: Way to make yourself sound like a complete ass! Once again I didn’t say it was safe.. all I said was there are men out there who do just that on multiple occasions and are still negative years later.

      Even people who ‘do the right thing’ are still exposed. A few months back I was with a random hookup and the condom in fact broke inside me. For me it wasn’t enough to go on the guys word that he was all fine so for the next 4 weeks I was on Truvada (PEP) just to be sure and I’m still getting tests months down the line to make sure I’m all clear which I am thank goodness. The thing that I couldn’t stand the most was the hysteria I felt that from just one unfortunate turn of events .. my life could have changed forever. I felt sick over it for weeks until I decided not to live my life through fear anymore. Enjoying things like sex responsibly sure but chronic fear? Nup no more..

      If that’s how you like to live your life with constant suspicion that every homosexual out there is infected and put others down who don’t share your exact views then go ahead. Make the most out of your miserable, paranoid and judmental life mate.

      Sep 3, 2011 at 9:16 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • Fitz
      Fitz

      Having bad sex is not my answer to preventing infection. Partner selection is.

      I will never buy or rent or download condom’d sex. Porn is
      fantasy. Being safe is reality.

      And there are better ways to protect performers (rapid testing, or poz only crews, for example.

      Sep 3, 2011 at 9:29 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • fredrich_james
      fredrich_james

      The porn industry is so fake it’s pathetic; and the fact the CF is using no condoms is no big surprise. Where ever they think they can make the money they will. I have run into a lot of porn sites and stars that are only to screw the little guy (no pun intended). aka. Jed James for one. The little wanker.

      Sep 3, 2011 at 10:40 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • Guillermo3
      Guillermo3

      @Little Kiwi: GOOD FOR YOU,L.K.!![& MANY OTHERS commenting here]:Whatever one thinks/feels about porn, [for me, personally,it ranges from excitement to fascination,curiosity to BOREDOM,pleasure to disgust],as friedrich_james(# 40) writes:”wherever they think they can make money they will.” It’s like slavery,under sea,oil-drilling,shale “fracing”,cigarette manufacturing[some of us enjoy smoking,even knowing it can kill us],or drug dealing.Too many porn “models” are like too many prostitutes:desperate,diseased,and drug addicted.To think otherwise is not just naive,but probably criminally naive.Some porn makers even market death as the ultimate thrill.

      Sep 3, 2011 at 11:26 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • damon459
      damon459

      seriously you expect a porn site to tell people to play safe? Have we all been living under rocks since 1985? I already know condoms reduce the risk of STD’s. Unless the performers are being forced at gun point to bareback I say leave them be and let the market decide what kind of porn it wants. The whole purpose of porn is to live out fantasies through the actors and who fantasizes about being screwed with a condom on? Should we also require porn sites to send out free condoms and lube with educational packets when they sign up for a membership? Chances are they signed up just to see the bareback porn and if they didn’t they have the choice to cancel and find their porn fix elsewhere.

      Sep 4, 2011 at 4:28 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • JoeyB
      JoeyB

      Does Zachary Quinto fuck bareback? Anyone know?

      Sep 4, 2011 at 5:42 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • Dax
      Dax

      “christopher di spirito” and “jason” are the same person.

      Sep 5, 2011 at 6:08 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • Puma
      Puma

      >>white waxed robot sex<<

      Yeah, because watching a bunch of hairy steroid queens with bad complexions shove their fists in each others asses is way hotter. But anyway…

      This thread, unsurprisingly, has spread in a few directions, and passionately so. The original posting, however, which already takes an anti-Corbin Fisher slant, asks, "Is Corbin Fisher doing to its part to warn viewers about the dangers of having unprotected sex?"

      I don't believe that's their role or purpose — they're not a 501c3 non-profit educational charity. They're a fantasy porn site, and viewers probably need to stop being treated like they're stupid. Nothing about watching bareback sex diminishes in mature minds the risks involved. As well, in the wake of understandable panic over HIV, the approach of treating everyone as if they are HIV positive is an over-reaction. If, say, Dawson and Lucas (two popular actors at CF) don't have HIV, then they can't give it to each other. And maybe it's time we allow that reality into the equation.

      If not, then probably we should remove most movies and TV shows from viewing, since they also seemingly promote irresponsible behavior. And I don't think that's going to happen. In other words, use CF as a chance to educate, not censor.

      Sep 14, 2011 at 7:42 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • DarkZephyr
      DarkZephyr

      “Corbin Fisher has long succeeded in making homogeneous porn where hairless *white* jocks have robotic sex.”

      It seems to me that this article attempts to use racism to get an emotional reaction, which is unfortunate. Sorry, but racism is not OK just because its directed at white people.

      Sep 20, 2011 at 3:33 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·

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