When missionaryBoyz launched, the site was dedicated to videos of young missionary men jerking off. Right away, fans started writing in to share their missionary missionary fantasies with us. We hear from guys who served missionary missions who tell us about the sex they had with their companions, their investigators, or in the case of one lucky missionary, with his mission president! We also hear from guys who didn’t grow up missionary but fantasize about the missionaries having sex behind closed doors.

When missionaryboyz began to feature sex between the missionary boys and their priesthood leaders, we didn’t call attention to the fact that we don’t use condoms. Occasionally fans ask us about our testing practices, so here is our official statement about what you will find on missionaryBoyz.


missionaryBoyz is the place to satisfy your fantasies about young missionary missionaries having sex with each other and with their priesthood leaders. Our films are fantasies and not home videos, and we trust you to know the difference. Part of the fantasy is that the missionaries don’t use condoms.

All missionaryBoyz are tested for STIs before every shoot using the most accurate testing available. Our strict testing for STIs includes the RNA by PCR test method to detect HIV. This test is 99.89% accurate for HIV 1&2 within 3-12 days of exposure. [HERE] and [HERE] you can find additional information. We also use the most accurate and up to date tests available to screen for trichomonas vaginalis, syphilis (more than one test), gonorrhea, chlamydia, herpes, and hepatitis (more than one test). [HERE] you can find additional information about STI testing.


We encourage you to learn about STIs and to make informed decisions about your health. Talk to you healthcare provider about your sex life, know your status, and talk to your partners about your needs, desires and concerns!


PrEP and PEP are the latest advances in the prevention of HIV transmission. Talk to your healthcare provider to see if they may be right for you.

PEP (Post Exposure Prophylaxis) is taken within 72 hours after exposure to HIV and consists of a month of treatment. If you think you have been exposed to HIV, go to a hospital or see your doctor right away. More info at

PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis) is a daily regimen taken before exposure to HIV to reduce the chance of infection. It is extremely effective and has little to no side effects. PrEP is not prescribed if you are HIV positive under normal circumstances, so it’s important to get tested before considering starting PrEP. More info at