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UCLA study finds that porn stars have STDs, use drugs

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ATLANTA, GA – Acting in porn can be bad for your health!

Yeah, that’s what you learned if you attended the big 2014 STD Conference sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

One of the highlights was a presentation on the results of a study by UCLA that found porn actors and actresses have high rates of chlamydia and gonorrhea in, what researchers termed “all anatomical sites.”

Most of the people studied were 25-year-old white females who had many, many, many, and many more sex partners in a single film.

This may be hard to believe, but drug use among porn stars ranges from pot to acid.

And hardly anyone in the study used condoms, either on the set or off.

Shelley Lubben, a former porn star who now speaks out against dirty movies, says the results of the study are probably low because porn actresses lie a lot.

And lie down a lot. Obviously.