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Male Porn Star Explains How The Industry Has Changed During Coronavirus

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Male Porn Star Explains How The Industry Has Changed During Coronavirus

A male porn star has told a load of inquisitive folks on Reddit about how the adult industry has changed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

It turns out that - like most industries - a lot has changed, but it's not all bad.

In fact, at one stage he suggested that the US government could learn a thing or two from them if they want to get the rate of infection down.

Michael Stefano told the assembled folks online that he worked in the adult industry until 2012 before retiring, but stepped back into the fold this year as a result of the coronavirus and the accompanying travel restrictions.

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He claims to have had a pretty successful career and even won a few awards in the industry.

Michael Stefano back in 2005. Credit: Jon Dough/Wikimedia Commons
Michael Stefano back in 2005. Credit: Jon Dough/Wikimedia Commons

In the AMA - ask me anything, in case you're wondering - he said: " My life is pretty blessed because I spend most days f***ing hot girls in Southern California, and I can't believe they pay me to do it!"

Fair play, as long as everyone is happy.

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Stefano said that he was previously living in The Philippines, but was forced to get back into the industry because of the Covid-19 lockdown.

You see, it hit because he was visiting family over in the USA and couldn't get back after everything closed down.

Well, how else was he supposed to spend his time and earn a bit of cash?

Anyway, one person asked him the questions: "How would you compare porn's contact tracing protocols to what we're using for covid?

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"Do you think it could scale for the general population?"

Stefano replied: "The US government should learn from porn. I test for covid the day prior to every shoot, so I covid test on 5-6 times a week.

"We seem to have plenty of covid tests for porn, not sure why the rest of the country doesn't have the same access."

Stefano claims that the industry is safe. Credit: Twitter
Stefano claims that the industry is safe. Credit: Twitter
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When pressed on whether anyone had contracted the virus on a shoot, he added: "I don't know anyone personally in the industry (or out) that has tested positive.

"We test for covid prior to every shoot and we test for STDs every 2 weeks, so it's all safe."

There you have it folks, people could learn an awful lot from the adult industry when it comes to regularly testing workers - for all sorts of things - before they are involved in the workplace.

I wonder what else we could apply from the industry on a national scale?

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Topics: TV and Film, US Entertainment, Weird

Tom Wood
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