Todd Montgomery doesn’t “give a crap what the industry says”: sales of the title have been through the roof, the consumers have been clamoring for it and scientific evidence says that the risk of HIV transmission through oral sex is minimal if possible at all. “Nothing suggests that what we are doing enhances the risks that models face,” says Montgomery. “This is all optional — our rule of thumb is that if you don’t do it at home, don’t do it here.”
While studios like Raging Stallion and Lucas Entertainment have allowed incidental oral cum shots, or filmed oral cum shots when actors request them, they have not been common practice since condoms became required in the early 90s. “When RJ Danvers asked if he could eat a little of Justin Christopher’s cum on GRUNTS, we said sure,” said Chris Ward. “But we don’t ask and many of our guys don’t even know that we do them, it’s so infrequent.”
When asked about their own oral cum shot policy, Titan Media’s Keith Webb said it was “a slippery slope that can lead down the road to bareback. Oral cumshots without AIM standard testing, at the very least, is unacceptable and unethical.”
Longtime safe sex advocate Chi Chi LaRue said that she edits out oral cum shots when they happen by accident and tells guys no when they ask to do them. “Don’t say you’re for safer sex and then film oral cum shots. Studios that film oral cumshots, they’re trying to be on both sides of it.”
Montgomery isn’t balking. “People in this industry can read the tea-leaves any way they like. Falcon Studios isn’t doing bareback and our core brands will never be bareback… People should be careful when they get on their soap box — it can come back to bite you.”
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