TheRece25 saidwhy should there be risk if they get tested Directly before the scene? I mean they those 20 min take home tests they could easily use. BB porn is the best porn.. We aren't kids, we know not to mimic such a thing on a whim so Really why not?
Because the virus doesn't really show up in tests for 3-6 months after exposure. Or so I believe. Meaning, he could have contracted it the night before and the test the next day right before his scene it will show up negative.
Yes but, I may be wrong So No One Test This Theory.. lol
I thought if you just got it, you can't spread it until it is active in you
They need a regular monthly test and a test right before then I think they will be good.. call me selfish cause I like only watch BB but if this can't keep them safe still I understand
IceBuckets is correct - HIV becomes contagious to others ("active" as you put it) before the body produces the antibodies that the common HIV tests rely upon. And as he says, that can take from 3 to 6 months.
And during those 3 to 6 months an HIV-infected person is capable of infecting others, before tests like a mouth swab will detect its presence. In fact, contagion can develop within days of initial exposure.
So taking that "20 minute home test" you recommend before doing a porn scene is only reporting what a person's HIV status was 3 to 6 months ago, NOT their status that day. A person with a negative test result could be fully capable of infecting their unprotected sex partner with HIV.