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Here's some quick info about Cocksure Men. It's the 3rd site that I, Jake Cruise, have launched. Unlike my first site, JakeCruise.com, I don't play a sexual role in any of these movies. Every once in a while you might hear my voice or I might appear fully clothed in a cameo role, but you'ill never see me having sex with any of the men.
If you've previously been a member of JakeCruise.com, you'll recognize many older movies. I'm not in any of these movies.
My goal is to show that sex is fun. I strive to ensure that all performers are enjoying themselves all the time, so I keep direction to a minimum and provide a carefree work environment. It shows.
You will see a wide variety of men and scenarios. Sometimes you'll see raunchy sex and sometimes romantic love making. You're going to see a lot of things you've never seen before. Some men will be in their early 20's and some in their 40's.
First of all I want to urge everyone to always practice safe sex in their personal lives. My movies are meant to be entertaining and not instructional. In other words, "don't do this at home!" What you see in my movies are not strangers who have just met and don't know each other's STD status. In the adult industry we take precautions to increase the safety of our performers with advanced testing procedures.
All actors who are not HIV+ are tested for HIV and other STD's through a testing center accepted by the general adult industry. These are the same testing centers and testing methods used by the straight porn studios for movies they make without condoms. It may not be the safest way to have sex, but it is much safer than not testing at all. These tests are valid only for a 30 day period, so performers are always being tested. Performers get to see the test results of their partners. The same can't be said about a man you meet at a bar or at the supermarket. So in real life you should always have the safest sex possible, and that means using a condom.
The HIV test used is the PCR/DNA test which is very different then the Elisa tests you can get at your doctor's office or local free clinic. The PCR test is much more accurate, has a shorter window of infection opportunity, and is also a lot more expensive then the Elisa test. See below for more information on these tests.
The only time an exception is made to testing is when the actors are real life lovers and they do not use condoms in their daily life. When models know they are HIV+, they are given a choice of having unprotected sex with another HIV+ man.
All models are given the choice whether or not to use condoms. No one is forced or coerced into doing something they don't feel safe about. And all models who perform bareback scenes understand that there is a possibility of infection from STDs. Then again, condoms also break. So no sex is ever 100% safe. I know, and the models know, that sex without a condom is not as safe as sex with a condom, even when both partners are tested. But they feel the risk is small enough with the testing standards that we use and accept that risk.
MY VIEWS ON THE ETHICS OF BAREBACK
There are many people in our community who believe that it is dangerous to either produce or watch movies when condoms are not used. I have a different point of view.
Over the past 25 years everyone has been educated on how HIV is transmitted. Everyone knows how to practice safe sex. And everyone should know that what they see in the movies is not always what they should do in real life. If they see a movie about robbing a bank they should not go out and rob a bank.
This is why I produce, and will continue to produce, movies without condoms. I do it to entertain my viewers. I do it as safely as the producers of straight porn do using the highest quality testing available. And I do it with the belief that my adult viewers will not imitate what they see, disregarding the knowledge they have about safe sex.
From the WebMD Article
Polymerase chain reaction (PCR). This test finds either the genetic material RNA of HIV. PCR testing is not done as frequently as antibody testing because it requires technical skill and expensive equipment. This test may be done in the days or weeks after exposure to the virus. Genetic material may be found even if other tests are negative for the virus. The PCR test is very useful to find a very recent infection, determine if an HIV infection is present when antibody test results were uncertain, and screen blood or organs for HIV before donation.
Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA). This test is usually the first one used to detect infection with HIV. If antibodies to HIV are present (positive), the test is usually repeated to confirm the diagnosis. If ELISA is negative, other tests are not usually needed. This test has a low chance of having a false result after the first few weeks that a person is infected.