Friday, January 23, 2009

Str8 Men Who Do Gay Porn...Thoughts?









Above are 4 very interesting clips via Queerty that capture the Tyra Bank's show in which the topic was Gay for Pay. Tyra interviews straight men and asks them why they do gay porn.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

That's why it's called acting.....most straight actors are "acting" when they make love to a member of the opposite sex. What's the difference?

jared said...

I can see both sides of the issue, but I couldn't really care less. As long as they're hot, I don't care if they are gay or not...

...but Kurt enjoys it up the butt WAY too much to say he isn't gay.

I really want to see this full episode. I love how Tyra danced around the terms and kept her conversation suitable for TV, though. That made me laugh.

Sozo said...

this is soo funny!

papabear67218 said...

The comment about watching porn and doing orgies and meth is off base from my perspective. My partner and I have a great collection of porn. We enjoy watching it together. We also have had "gay porn" nights when we invite friends for snacks and some porn viewing, and no sex is involved, ever. Actually we get somewhat catty and critique techniques, attitudes and the scenes in general. Some of it is quite hilarious.
Actually, I'd prefer that the actors are gay. I can't control that, because it doesn't tell in the liner notes who is gay or straight. I'd also prefer that gay actors play gay parts in movies and television. It's not going to happen. If it did, then gay actors wouldn't be able to play straight roles.

Anonymous said...

I think as long as it's told that it's straight for pay then I'm find with it. I'm not for guys pretending to be gay like the bartenders in order to get money from gay men. What would they do if they were out with a bunch of their straight friends and some gay guy hit on them. It's kind of a slap to the face to see someone out at a gay club or doing gay porn, but when someone gay hit on them they're like "Naw man I'm straight!" It's confusing not to mention dishonest! It's no worst than gay men pretending to be straight to thier girlfriend and wives! I just think it's dishonest! I mean I work at a gay club and we hire straight guys to work for us, but they don't pretend to be gay in order to make tips (Maybe that's because we're really not allowed to hookup or give out our phone number while on the job) but still our customers don't seem to have a problem with it because nobody is wearing a shirt that says I'm straight and I'm gay!

Caliboy34 said...

I agree! As long as it's told that it's "GAY FOR PAY" then I'm fine with it. Yes it is dishonest to make someone think you're gay in order to fill their pocket with cash!

But on the other hand this has been going on for years. Male Prositutes do it all the time and so does the trannys!

This is kind of a 50/50 topic, but yes I agree with some of it, but at the same time I disagree with the dishonest part. It's almost like fooling people into thinking one thing about you in order to get their cash when in reality it's all fake!

You wouldn't want to go to a "PINKBERRY" and spend your hard earn money on something you think is healthy only to find out you're eating regular icecream!

Anonymous said...

Gay is cool i wont a many gay friends

Ghandi said...

I think often people mistake one action for another. In other words, the act of having sex is just that, sex, but we place much more on the physical act than it is. Certainly sex can be much more, but it can also be just a physical act. But, because, we have moments of intimacy with that act, we assume and expect that to apply to all sex acts that anyone may have, and it not the case

Also, some gay men take it as an insult to their sexuality when other gay men are attracted to straight men, when in reality is not about gay, straight, or otherwise. It can simply be about desiring something different than you, and wanting that forbidden fruit. We, as men, gay or otherwise, are very much into the chase, and straight men are a challenge.

If we stop reading so much into a physical act and worrying so much about the impact to our sexuality own way or another, I think everyone could enjoy things a little more.