The Advocate asked the questions.
Adult entertainer Mason Wyler answered thoughtfully and honestly.
A: You write on the blog that porn’s role is to entertain, not educate, and that bareback sex doesn’t influence real-life behavior. What led you to that conclusion?
MW: I worked in porn for six years and see it as a form of entertainment; I think most people do too. I don’t know many people who buy porn to learn about sex; people buy sex to masturbate. It’s not our place to try to inform people. If that’s something that a porn model or studio wants to take on and spend money and effort doing that, that’s great, but I don’t think it’s our responsibility to do that — just like I don’t think video games are to blame for violence or movies are to be blamed for murders. It’s entertainment.
Full interview here