“Cameron Bay” got a shout-out this week from the Almighty. He reminded the 28-year-old porn actress that His Word does not return void. That, truly, “the wages of sin is death.”
Miss Bay confirmed this past Wednesday that she was tested for HIV and found positive. She said yesterday she’s “still coming to terms” with her test result.
Well, here are the terms: When you sell your body (and soul) to the devil, as the porn actress did, you have hell to pay. And not only in this life, cursed with a preventable, incurable disease, but also in the afterlife, where you have condemned yourself to eternal separation from God.
Miss Bay’s positive HIV test should be a warning to other young women caught up in the so-called “adult entertainment” industry: Get out before it’s too late. Seek help from a faith-based organization, like the Pink Cross Foundation..
Founded five years ago by Shelley Lubben, a former porn actress, a born-again Christian, Pink Cross stands in the gap by offering support to tortured souls trying to free themselves from the porn business.
Among other loving kindnesses, Pink Cross sends recovering “adult entertainers” care packages with gift cards for local grocery and department stores, as well as Bibles, Christian literature, praise and worship music, and other items to help them to get through what they’re going through.
Not surprisingly, Shelley has found herself under attack by Satan’s imps, who control the porn business, who exploit young women like Miss Bay until they are all used up.
Indeed, in 2011, Shelley was the subject of a hateful “documentary,” which was perversely titled “The Devil and Shelley Lubben,” and which was produced by porn industry hack Michael Whiteacre, who has disparaged the Pink Cross founder as “a diseased animal.”
Whiteacre is a particularly vocal member of the disingenuously-named Free Speech Foundation, the porn industry trade association, which announced this past Wednesday that adult film sets would shut down temporarily as the industry seeks to contain the fallout from Miss Bay’s positive HIV test.
The Free Speech Foundation’s duplicity is evidenced by its continued protest, rather than acceptance, of last week’s federal district court ruling upholding a recently-enacted Los Angeles law requiring that porn actors use condoms while performing their on screen sex acts.
The porn industry trade association asserts that porn actors have a constitutional right – no kidding – to forgo condoms, no matter the risk of having unprotected sex with so many partners (as the gay community discovered during the height of the AIDS crisis).
Clearly, the porn industry couldn’t care less about the health and well-being of its actresses and actors. That is, so long as their dangerous sex does not cause an HIV epidemic that leads to a moratorium on adult film production, costing porn companies their lucre.
I pray Cameron Bay contacts Pink Cross. Or that the faith-based group reaches out to the involuntarily-retired porn actress. Because Shelley Lubben has Good News to share with Miss Bay:
The porn actress need not live in shame for contracting HIV. She need not live in regret for the poor decisions she has made in her young life. She can enjoy the peace of God that passes all understanding.
All she has to do is give her life to Christ. For the Word promises there is “no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus, who do not walk according to the flesh, but according to the Spirit.”