On July 3, 2012, Paul Morris introduced us to the latest recruit to join the ranks of Paul Morris’ army of exclusive men. DJ is a familiar face in gay porn, having previously performed as an Active Duty performer, but after a four year break from working in the porn industry, DJ has made his return to porn by signing an exclusive deal with Treasure Island Media.

DJ - Treasure Island Media

You can already see DJ in solo action at TIMJack; Treasure Island Media‘s jack off streaming site, where you see DJ stroking his nine inch dick before blasting a load of cum into the world. DJ received a 90% approval rating when he was featured in a casting call post on The Island; the official Treasure Island Media blog, so his popularity was quickly established and an exclusive agreement was inked, making DJ the fastest applicant to exclusive performer in Treasure Island Media‘s history.

There haven’t been any barebacking scenes featuring DJ released at Treasure Island Media yet, but I’m sure it won’t be very long after reading that this blond-haired and blue-eyed stud’s talents include “giving good, deep, hard, raw fucking’s” and that his deepest sexual fantasy is that he hopes “to be used in a raw, sling gang-fuck”. I’m sure the guys at Treasure Island Media will be happy to make this fantasy become a reality and there’s plenty of us who will be ready to watch.

DJ - The Washington Post Article

On July 24, 2012, The Washington Post published a 2 minute and 25 second video featuring DJ as the modern face of the HIV/AIDS epidemic and a participant in the clinical trial through the National Institute of Health. Although the video is no longer available, I have included some selected quotes.

DJ says that he discovered his HIV-positive status in August 2011 after he went for a routine checkup. DJ explains that the nurse took him into a room, as they do with clients whether they are negative or positive and after bringing up his computer record said “alright, so you are HIV-positive.” DJ admits “I made a choice, so it’s ultimately my responsibility because I could have been like no, we’re gonna play safe or put a condom on or whatever and that wouldn’t have been an issue.”

I admire DJ for having the courage to speak openly about his HIV-positive status. There have been a number of gay porn performers who have publicly declared their HIV-positive status and I think this is courageous, knowing that some people are quick to judge others and make inappropriate remarks. Discussing your HIV status publicly is very personal and I would like to thank DJ for his insight and for allowing his views to be filmed and shared with the world.

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Jason July 27, 2012 at 9:36 pm Reply

I’m sorry, but this is utter bullshit. You cannot compare having hiv to diabetes, in that it is less complicated. This guy is in for a rude awakening. It’s all new to him, so one pill a day seems so great….come talk to me when your liver gives out

Brad Berrigan July 28, 2012 at 4:08 am Reply

Hey Jason, thanks for commenting on this issue. I think it’s great that DJ has made the decision to discuss his HIV status and that there is now a debate going on about it. People are often afraid to discuss HIV and I think that it’s important for us all to talk about it because it exists and we need to learn more to better understand it. Your comment highlights some of the side effects that are associated HIV medication and I appreciate you pointing this very serious issue out.

I share your concern about DJ comparing HIV and Diabetes, because there are complications with both and HIV is such a complex issue. DJ’s video interview was very short and he did cover a few important points including when he was tested, how he was advised of his HIV-positive status, that he has told his parents and what his thoughts are now that he knows he is HIV-positive. I am sure that HIV-positive individuals will have their own experiences and thoughts about being HIV-positive and I welcome a discussion on this topic here because we can all learn from what others have experienced, which adds an important dimension to reading literature on the topic and this is equally as important. Thanks again Jason.

Jason July 28, 2012 at 3:31 pm Reply

I guess Dj’s experiences are his experiences alone. I shouldn’t be so quick to judge; however, I was responding to his comments of how he became infected (by chosing to have unsafe sex) and his cavalier comments regarding hiv treatment (one pill a day). My bias stems from having lived through the first wave of AIDS, and watching too many friends succumb to it. The younger generation has never witnessed this, so there is less fear in their hearts. The pharmaceutical industry has also given the false illusion that hiv is to be treated as if it were no more than a headache or diabetes, as DJ states. Well, diabetes is not a picnic in the park; it has many complications and is also a huge burden on our health care system. As for the magical once-a-day pill, well, these also have major ramifications. I just lost a friend over a month ago; not so much from AIDS, but from his liver giving out after years of being on these drugs. All I am trying to say is that actions do have consequences, and even though hiv is no longer the immediate death sentence it once was; it still is (in my eyes) not quite the “manageable” disease it is made out to be.

Brad Berrigan July 28, 2012 at 4:11 pm Reply

Jason, you have raised some very important points and I thank you again for participating on this topic. What you have written highlights exactly why I believe we should discuss HIV more, because it’s important to understand the virus itself, plus the medications and the side-effects that can result as part of the treatment. I appreciate you providing further background as to where your original comment stemmed from and I would like to thank you for delving into some of the issues that some may not be so quick to consider. Watching friends succumb to AIDS must have been difficult and traumatic for you and not everyone has experienced this, which is why I believe it’s important to talk about HIV and get information and experiences from others so we can truly understand HIV and the treatment process better. I am sorry to hear that you lost a friend over a month ago as a result of his liver giving out from taking these medications. This certainly highlights the reality that can exist from the treatments used to manage HIV. I also think that DJ was also discussing the longevity that HIV medication can bring now with advancements in treatments, but as he has been infected for less than a year, DJ’s views may change over time. Thanks again for being a part of this discussion Jason, I truly appreciate it.

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