Pornstar Commits Sucuide After Days of SJWs Attacking Her

Pornstar Commits Sucuide After Days of SJWs Attacking Her

23-year-old Pornstar August Ames reportedly hang herself in her Californian home on Thursday. The suicide came just days after the adult film star tweeted that she would not be doing a scene with a ‘cross performer,’ a male who does both gay and straight porn.

Fair enough. Her body, her rules, right? Isn’t that what SJWs are constantly drilling into our heads? That a woman has the right to refuse anyone for any reason? WRONG. You see, you can’t refuse to have sex with someone if you’re refusing them over STD concerns.

The CDC released a study in 2014 highlighting an incident where a male performer who was tested within the 14-day industry-recommended window, yet unknowingly transmitted the virus to another performer.

According to HIV.govgay and bisexual men accounted for 73% of annual HIV infections in the U.S. That’s a pretty massive risk to take.

Ames was pretty consistent with her argument, stating several times she was refusing to work with the performer because of health risk, not homophobia. However, this didn’t stop people dogpiling her. A lot of the more nasty tweets have been deleted.


Ames committed suicide on Tuesday after sending out this tweet:

I do not believe that mean words on the internet kill people. As I wrote in an article the other day, no one has keeled over dead from someone tweeting ‘Go kill yourself’ at them.

That being said, fuck these self-righteous pricks. You’d probably expect people to give their condolences, perhaps even be a tad apologetic.

Not from these virtue signalling fuckers.

Um, you sure?

I spoke with a friend who works in the industry about the type of backlash she gets for not agreeing with the masses.

“Nothing as bad as what August received,” she said. “I have had people contact my place of study and silly stuff. Myself and many others have basically been ousted from sex worker “safe spaces” for having viewpoints that do not coincide with the majority.”

“As a sex worker, we already experience enough shame and hatred from regular folk because of our profession. The last thing any sex worker needs is to be tormented and suffer social outrage from our small community,” she went on.

“To sex workers who are already very vulnerable, it can be life ruining.”

Nora Ralph

Student, worker, and Co-Founder of the #Killstream. You can also catch me on TheRalphretort Rundown.