From what Diane Duke hasn’t said, it would seem that this wasn’t just another false positive. In my opinion if it was a false positive, the FSC would have already put out a press release and patted itself on the back for a job well done. They released the news of the latest false positive less than 24 hours after the performer tested positive.
So, the big questions are who is positive, where did they work, and who did they work with? Was it in Vegas or Miami? Either way, it is not legal to film porn in either location. The only two states in the USA that filming porn is legal in is California and New Hampshire.
Just out of morbid curiosity, I wonder if this performer worked with Nina Elle or anyone she has shot with. I am still not sold on that false positive, especially since the way CET confirms false positives with the Roche Quantitative assay, which is not FDA approved for diagnosis of HIV.
With all the HIV scares and production halts the adult industry has had in the past couple of years one would think they would want to provide performers with some sort of protection from HIV transmissions and perhaps some education about STDs and bloodborne pathogens. Instead however, the FSC blames the performers for contracting it off set and in their personal lives even though this cannot be proved and states that they are using the ‘latest and greatest tests available’. They never bother to explain their testing protocol and how they confirm a false positive and get upset when I ask.
I can’t get Dr Peter Miao to answer my emails anymore because I guess he doesn’t think that performers deserve to have answers to their serious questions about testing. What the FSC and the rest of the industry needs to understand is ignoring me will not make me go away, in fact it has the opposite affect and I just get louder! Diane Duke doesn’t answer my emails anymore either, she pawns me off on James Deen and Joanne Cachapero who dance around the subject and try to appease me with bullshit propaganda.