Pink & White Productions encourages all models to communicate their sexual histories and risks. From latex and latex-free barriers (gloves, condoms, dental dams) to sexual testing we give all models the right to choose what is healthy for each individual involved. We’re also kink-friendly and encourage our performers to engage in Risk Aware Consensual Kink. Please play safely and negotiate scene ideas and safewords with both your co-stars as well as the camera crew. Here are some thoughts and resources to help prepare you for the safest shoot possible.
Co-stars may choose to use latex or non-latex barriers such as gloves, condoms, and dental dams to protect each other from spread of STIs (Sexually Transmitted Infections). We can provide some basic latex barriers, as well as glycerin-free sexual lubricants, however for your optimal experience we recommend you bring the barriers and lubes that you are familiar with and which work best for you and your partners’ body. Please see your local or online sex toy store.
While performers may be fluid-bonded or have monogamous sexual partners, regular testing and check-ups can help keep you healthy and may provide early detection of potential health concerns. Those who would like to get tested can find the following San Francisco businesses helpful:
- Lyon-Martin Health Services – provides personalized healthcare and support services to women and transgender people who lack access to quality care because of their sexual or gender identity, regardless of their ability to pay.
- St. James Infirmary – offers free, confidential, nonjudgmental medical and social services for female, transgender, and male sex workers. They are the first occupational safety and health clinic for sex workers run by-and-or sex workers.
- Talent Testing Service – provides affordable testing at a number of locations.
- Your health care provider – if you have health insurance, please schedule an appointment with your provider.
- What are your risks? Chart compares STD risks based on Assigned Sex at Birth – SF City Clinic STD basics chart
- SFSI – San Francisco Sex Information – Hotline http://www.sfsi.org
- American Social Health Association STD/STI http://www.ashastd.org
- QueerTransmen.org – Guide for Transmen and Trannywood.com’s Safer Sex Page