A 15-year-old Ocoee boy now has HIV after Orlando police said he engaged in sex with grown men he met using apps on his smartphone.

Two men, Jordan LaPierre, 25, and Darryl Williams, 26, were arrested and charged in the case.

Police said the men used the apps “Grindr” and “Jack’d” to meet the boy.

“Sexual predators are very active out there unfortunately and they are out for our children,” said Wanda Ford of the Orlando Police Department.

The investigation started after the boy went to Health Central Hospital and was diagnosed with HIV.

The boy admitted using the apps to meet several men for sex and told investigators LaPierre picked him up and drove him to his Orlando apartment where they watched a movie and had sex.

Police said they messaged Williams posing as the boy and Williams messaged back, saying he wanted to engage in more sex acts.

Investigators said he met undercover police on Hiawassee Road.

Williams told police he knew the boy was 15-years-old.

Police said the case should serve as a warning to parents to make sure they check their children’s cellphones, including their web history and apps.

“A parent should look at a child’s cellphone every day. Just to make sure there is nothing inappropriate going on,” Ford said.

While police have made two arrests, they are still investigating and believe there were more men that engaged in sex with the teen.

Police said LaPierre has a history of engaging in sex acts with minors in New Hampshire and is facing lewd and lascivious battery charges.

He is not a registered sex offender.

Williams is facing charges for soliciting a minor and traveling to meet a minor.

Both men have bonded out of jail.

CDC Says HIV prevalence for faggots with tits was nearly 50 times higher than other adults – When will Christianx get it?

HIV prevalence for transgender women was nearly 50 times as high as for other adults

HIV Among Transgender People

African American femaleTransgender communities in the United States are among the groups at highest risk for HIV infection. The term gender identity refers to a person’s basic sense of self, and transgender refers to people whose gender identity does not conform to a binary classification of gender based on biological sex, external genitalia, or their sex assigned at birth. It includes gender-nonconforming people with identities beyond the gender binary who self-identify as: male-to-female or transgender women; female-to-male or transgender men; two-spirit; and people who self-identify simply as women or men.


The Numbers

Because data for this population are not uniformly collected, information is lacking on how many transgender people in the United States are infected with HIV. However, data collected by local health departments and scientists studying these communities show high levels of HIV infection and racial/ethnic disparities.

  • In 2010, more than half of the HIV testing events among transgender people occurred at non-healthcare facilities (55.1%). The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that the highest percentage of newly identified HIV-positive test results was among transgender people (2.1%). For comparison, the lowest percentages of newly identified HIV-positive test results were among females (0.4%), followed by males (1.2%). Among transgender people in 2010, the highest percentages of newly identified HIV-positive test results were among racial and ethnic minorities: blacks/African Americans comprised 4.1% of newly identified HIV-positive test results, followed by Latinos (3.0%), American Indians/Alaska Natives and Native Hawaiians/Other Pacific Islanders (both 2.0%), and whites (1.0%).
  • In New York City, from 2007-2011, there were 191 new diagnoses of HIV infection among transgender people, 99% of which were among transgender women. The racial/ethnic disparities were large: approximately 90% of transgender women newly diagnosed with HIV infection were blacks/African Americans or Latinos. Over half (52%) of newly diagnosed transgender women were in their twenties. Also, among newly diagnosed people, 51% of transgender women had documentation in their medical records of substance use, commercial sex work, homelessness, incarceration, and/or sexual abuse as compared with 31% of other people who were not transgender.
  • Findings from a meta-analysis of 29 published studies showed that 27.7% of transgender women tested positive for HIV infection (4 studies), but when testing was not part of the study, only 11.8% of transgender women self-reported having HIV (18 studies). In one study, 73% of the transgender women who tested HIV-positive were unaware of their status. Higher percentages of newly identified HIV-positive test results were found among black/African American transgender women (56.3%) than among white (16.7%) or Latino (16.1%) transgender women; and self-reported HIV infection in studies made up of predominantly of black/African American transgender women (30.8%) was higher than positivity reported in studies comprising mainly white transgender women (6.1%). Studies also indicate that black transgender women are more likely to become infected with HIV than non-black transgender women.
  • A review of studies of HIV infection in countries with data available for transgender people estimated that HIV prevalence for transgender women was nearly 50 times as high as for other adults of reproductive age.

Prevention Challenges

Individual behaviors alone do not account for the high burden of HIV infection among transgender people. Many cultural, socioeconomic, and health-related factors contribute to the HIV epidemic and prevention challenges in US transgender communities.

  • Identifying transgender people within current data systems can be challenging. Some transgender people may not identify as transgender due to fear of discrimination or previous negative experiences. Since some people in this community do not self-identify as transgender, relying solely upon gender to identify transgender people is not enough. Gender expression may fluctuate for some transgender people due to issues such as perceived safety or reluctance to identify as transgender in certain situations. The Institute of Medicine has recommended that behavioral and surveillance data for transgender men and women should be collected and analyzed separately and not grouped with data for men who have sex with men. Using the 2-step data collection method of asking for sex assigned at birth and current gender identity increases the likelihood that all transgender people will be accurately identified.
  • It is important to avoid making assumptions about sexual orientation and sexual behavior based on gender identity because there is great diversity in orientation and behavior in this population, and some identify as both transgender and gay, heterosexual, bisexual, or lesbian. For example, transgender men claim a variety of sexual orientations and have sexual partners that include gay men and transgender women.
  • Transgender men’s sexual health has been understudied. Compared to transgender women, little is known about HIV risk and sexual health needs among transgender men. One meta-analysis of 29 studies involving transgender people showed that only 5 of them had separate data concerning transgender men.
  • Behaviors and factors that contribute to high risk of HIV infection among transgender people include higher rates of drug and alcohol abuse, sex work, incarceration, homelessness, attempted suicide, unemployment, lack of familial support, violence, stigma and discrimination, limited health care access, and negative health care encounters.
  • Police policies can conflict with public health initiatives. For example, some law enforcement officers and agencies view the presence of condoms as evidence of sex work, even though public health initiatives identify condoms as a way to prevent HIV infection.
  • Discrimination and social stigma can hinder access to education, employment, and housing opportunities. In a study conducted in San Francisco, transgender people were more likely than men who have sex with men or heterosexual women to live in transient housing and be less educated. Discrimination and social stigma may help explain why transgender people who experience significant economic difficulties often pursue high-risk activities, including sex work, to meet their basic survival needs.
  • Interventions that address multiple co-occurring public health problems—including substance use, poor mental health, violence and victimization, discrimination, and economic hardship—should be developed and evaluated for transgender people.
  • Health care provider insensitivity to transgender identity or sexuality can be a barrier for HIV-infected transgender people seeking health care. Although research shows a similar proportion of HIV-positive transgender women have health insurance coverage as compared with other infected people who are not transgender, HIV-infected transgender women are less likely to be on antiretroviral therapy.
  • Additional research is needed to identify factors that prevent HIV in this population. Several behavioral HIV prevention interventions developed for transgender people have been reported in studies, generally involving relatively small samples of transgender women. Most have shown at least modest reductions in HIV risk behaviors among transgender women, such as fewer sex partners and/or unprotected anal sex acts, although none have involved a control group. Behavioral HIV prevention interventions developed for other at-risk groups with similar behaviors have been adapted for use with transgender people; however, their effectiveness is still unknown.

What CDC Is Doing

white manCDC and its partners are pursuing a high-impact prevention approach to advance the goals of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy and maximize the effectiveness of current HIV prevention methods among transgender people. Activities include:

  • Providing support and technical assistance to providers that help community-based organizations enhance structural interventions for transgender people (condom distribution, community mobilization, HIV testing, and coordinated referral networks and service integration).
  • Funding researchers to develop groundbreaking HIV prevention interventions for transgender people. Examples include Life Skills (for young transgender women aged 16-24) and Girlfriends (for adult transgender women).
  • Releasing campaigns under the Act Against AIDS umbrella, such as Let’s Stop HIV Together to address HIV-related stigma and raise awareness, and Testing Makes Us Stronger to increase HIV testing among transgender men and women.
  • Issuing awards of $55 million for HIV Prevention Projects for Young Men of Color Who Have Sex with Men and Young Transgender Persons of Color (FOA PS11-1113; September 2011), to provide effective HIV prevention services over 5 years to young transgender people of color and their partners regardless of age, gender, and race/ethnicity.
  • Revising the fields used to identify transgender people in the National HIV Surveillance System, which is used for reporting diagnoses of HIV infection. In addition, CDC has developed guidance for state and local health departments that collect these data. Some city or state health departments include data on diagnosed HIV infection among transgender people in annual, quarterly, or special reports.

Bull dike fag lover scam artist crook Diane Duke, CEO of Free Speech Coalition speaks on new HIIV case

Bull dike fag lover scam artist crook Diane Duke, CEO of Free Speech Coalition which administers Adult Production Health & Safety Services, said Wednesday afternoon that APHSS was in the process of identifying the “first generation” of scene partners of the performer who tested HIV positive.

“Once identified, the doctor will be able to check the APHSS database for first-generation testing dates and clearance,” Duke told Pornwikileaks. “Those first-generation partners who have not tested out—which means tested negative two weeks or more after exposure—will be asked to retest. The retest will be paid for by APHSS either by reimbursing the performer or the testing facility.”

Sources said the performer is a female who is relatively new to the adult industry.

Duke said that APHSS has been reaching out to producers since learning of the test result.

“The doctor asked me to get a broad range of shooting information from a variety of producers,” she said. “The doctor will then pull from the data the information he needs. This gives the doctor comprehensive, accurate information without compromising the privacy of the patient and allows him to comply with all HIPAA requirements.”

Duke said she was informed about the positive test earlier today.

“My understanding is that the performer tests regularly but I do not have detailed information as to the last test date,” she said.

She said she has been in contact with the Licensed Adult Talent Agency Association (LATATA) about the situation.

“They have been very helpful and have offered additional assistance,” Duke said. “We will continue to work with them as the situation progresses.”

Multiple agents and producers confirmed to Pornwikileaks Wednesday they are honoring the FSC’s call for an industry-wide moratorium on production and have cancelled all their scheduled shoots until further notice.

Meanwhile, AIDs infest gay Jew Michael Weinstein, the president of AIDS Healthcare Foundation, said today’s development was further evidence of the need for mandatory condoms in porn.

“How many adult film performers have to become infected with an array of preventable sexually transmitted diseases—including HIV, which is not curable—before the porn industry actually complies with the law requiring condom use?” Weinstein said.

Weinstein is one of the five individuals who were the official proponents of Measure B, the Los Angeles County Safer Sex in the Adult Film Industry Act that requires adult film actors to wear condoms.

“Testing is not prevention,” Weinstein continued. “So far, the industry has considered running away from Los Angeles to shoot, considered not getting the required permits as well as brazenly continuing to break the law—they’ve considered everything except complying with the law. It is high time these laws requiring condom use by adult film performers—both Measure B and the previously existing Cal/OSHA statutes—are enforced on city, county and statewide basis.”

Is AIM Healthcare closed for good?

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AIM healthcare has closed their doors for remodeling? They can’t be serious. Could this be the end of the sham that is AIM Healthcare and Sharon Mitchell’s reign as a fake doctor?

Did Porn Wiki Leaks have anything to do with this?

Maybe next time there is an HIV outbreak (and it WILL happen) the doctor in charge will let performers, the people that fuck on camera, see the quarantine list?

Will AIM Healthcare ever re-open again?

What is this referral for performers to use your “online testing services?”

is AIM Healthcare closed for good?

Is this the HIV van that AIM owns where one of your “doctors” comes out to a performers house and sticks a needle in your arm and draws blood in the back seat of Sharon Mitchell’s 1977 Pinto?

This must bring back memories from the good old days huh Sharon?

This sounds REAL LEGIT and HEALTHY!

We here at Porn Wiki Leaks would recommend that all Gay Crossover performers and Gay Loving Whores should go to Out of the Closet Thrift stores to get your testing done!

Crossover HIV Testing!

While your getting tested, you can buy some used clothing that used to belong to someone who died of AIDS!

RIP AIM Healthcare

This is win win for everyone!

Only time will tell what happens with AIM Healthcare. We here at Porn Wiki Leaks would like to think that it will end positively.

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