By Brody Levesque (Washington DC) Apr 27 | Washington D. C. based grassroots HIV-AIDS prevention group, DCfukit.org, announced today that it has released another in a series of safe sex videos, this one featuring Sean Lockhart known by his stage name of Brent Corrigan. Lockhart, who has come under heavy criticism for starring in numerous video productions depicting bareback Gay sex over the past few years, has apparently amended his ways according to a press release from the organisation:
"Although when Mr. Corrigan first entered the adult industry as a teen, he performed in bareback porn films, he has long since become an advocate for safer sex and has very publicly apologized for his past appearances in films depicting high risk and unsafe sexual practices. We believe that Brent's ability to learn from his professional mistakes years ago and change his behavior are what now make him a great spokesperson and role model for safer sex at a time when both bareback porn and HIV are unfortunately making a comeback."
The organisation is known for its proactive campaign, handing out free condom & lube kits in bars and clubs in the District of Columbia. The campaign to educate Gay & Bisexual men includes information found on their website along with their explicit how to videos. In latest "How to Put on a Condom" video, staring Corrigan, he volunteered his time and "sizable talent" for the group's edgy condom campaign, just as porn icon Matthew Rush did in a similar "how to" video released by the group this past fall.
WARNING: The DCfukit.org website is INTENDED for MATURE Gay & Bisexual adult men over 18 years of age: [Link] The images & videos are sexually graphic & frank depictions in an non-porn visual setting.