Porn Stars cause 'controversy' over relationship

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    Jan 19, 2012 6:43 PM GMT
    Not sure if this is old news, but I thought I should share it with you guys.

    http://www.gay.net/sex/2012/01/17/samuel-colt-and-chris-porter-cause-controversy-outcom/
    Porn Stars Samuel Colt and Chris Porter Cause Controversy on Out.com

    Adult stars Samuel Colt and Chris Porter met in 2010 on Twitter, then started hooking up after running into one another at personal appearances. Now the two men are boyfriends and living together, which isn't an unheard of situation among gay porn stars. So what's the fuss about?

    Last week Out.com ran an interview with the two where they discuss their meeting and how they define their own relationship. It starts with Porter describing the duo having sex with another couple at Folsom Street Fair. Colt continues the story by saying, "It was romantic, it really was. We had anonymous strangers abusing us, but we were having an intimate moment." Hard to understand? Colt explains, "The heterosexual view of being faithful is so outdated. We don’t have to have sex only with each other to be faithful. I’m completely faithful to him, emotionally and with my heart. I can still get gang-banged and want to go back home to him."

    Porter continues with, "We didn’t want monogamy. We knew that wouldn’t work. We’re both horny all of the time. We have rules. We don’t hook up with someone if we’re in the same city without the other one being involved. But if he’s out of town, I’ll hook up with someone. I’ll call and be like, 'Is that OK?' We’re honest and communicate."

    That concept has created a firestorm among gay men on both Out.com and the fashion mag's Facebook page. Some readers support their relationship however they define it, others take issue with the article's "Monogamy Redefined" headline, some agree that as gay men we have a right to redefine the rules that straight society has put upon us, and still others think that these guys and their public behavior are giving mainstream gays a bad name. Obviously there's no answer to this situation, but it has opened up an amazing dialogue among readers. Check out some of the Facebook notes below, then read the whole article on Out.com and sound off in the comments section.


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    Jan 19, 2012 6:49 PM GMT
    I could care less how they define their relationship.

    Not "controversial" to me.
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    Jan 19, 2012 6:53 PM GMT
    If if works for them, it works for them. It's their relationship, they can structure it however they want to. I don't really care how other people live their lives.
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    Jan 19, 2012 7:19 PM GMT
    KardioKing saidIf if works for them, it works for them. It's their relationship, they can structure it however they want to. I don't really care how other people live their lives.


    Same. I myself prefer to be monogamous, but who am I to judge others for how they live? If it works, it works!

    I don't see the big fuss over this. It's nothing unusual in the gay community. However, I think people tend to underestimate openness in straight relationships too.
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    Jan 19, 2012 8:19 PM GMT
    4. Not all gay people try to pursuade others that their own personal enjoyment and expression of their own sexuality makes them a whore.

    5. Not all gay people define themselves primarily by their sexuality.

    6. Not all gay people limit their relationships based upon sexual compatibility.

    "We don’t have to have sex only with each other to be faithful. I’m completely faithful to him, emotionally and with my heart."

    That expresses very well my 10-year relationship with the bi love of my life back in my 20s & 30s. Being sexual with others came completely natural to us, separately and together--which was hugely fun--as did being faithful to our relationship--which was hugely rewarding. We enjoyed knowing each was enjoying themselves. I never doubted my bud's loyalty for a moment: how many monogamous partners claim the same?
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    Jan 19, 2012 8:53 PM GMT
    Over the past 31 years I have been homosexual by birth and gay by choice. I have observed the emergence of the "Gay Mainstream". And, I just shake my head in disgust as I see this "Gay Mainstream" judge and marginalize portions of our own brotherhood/sisterhood/transgenderhood. It's as though this "Gay Mainstream" has somehow become elevated and self-anointed as the arbiter of just what "gay" should be, and what "gay relationships" should be.

    Bullshit!

    I call bullshit on all of those who would deride and put down ANY segment of community which chooses to define their relationships in any way that infringes upon the choice of consenting adults.

    To those who consider themselves the "Gay Mainstream" and who are clucking their tongues and wagging their fingers at couples such as Samuel Colt and Chris Porter, shame on you and your hypocrisy!

    I would say, "go fuck yourselves", but that might be considered a kind of sex that is outside of what you would consider "normal". God forbid you should have ANY kind of sex which isn't "normal" by somebody else's standards.

    Remember, it has been the "fringe" that has sacrificed blood, sweat, tears, and lives to advance our civil rights so that you CAN be "Gay Mainstream".

    Keep you judgement to yourself, out of my bedroom, and off of my Folsom Street.

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    Jan 19, 2012 9:00 PM GMT
    Yeah, it`s kind of fucking ridiculous that some people are still this judgemental. Have whatever sort of relationship works best for you and your boyfriend/s, and don`t think that whatever it is you`re doing will work for everyone else. It`s arrogant and presumptuous.
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    Jan 19, 2012 9:02 PM GMT
    Meh they can do whatever they want, but I lol'd a little when I saw this part

    "We don’t hook up with someone if we’re in the same city without the other one being involved. But if he’s out of town, I’ll hook up with someone."

    sooooo basically one can hook up whenever they want as long as daddy says its ok and the other can't? hahahahahahaha sounds like one of them has some control issues and the other is in denial if this is what it seems.

    meh but like I said they can do what they want.
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    Jan 19, 2012 9:42 PM GMT
    I'm so jealous of that twinky little shit. I'm in love with Samuel Colt, beefed, short and rugged, just my type!! gggrrr!!! How the hell did that weird looking boy bag the COLT!!!!


    Take me Samuel!! Take me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Jan 19, 2012 9:49 PM GMT
    It''s their relationship. If it works for them fine. Open relationships are nothing new. See Newt Gingrich.
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    Jan 19, 2012 9:52 PM GMT
    KardioKing saidIf if works for them, it works for them. It's their relationship, they can structure it however they want to. I don't really care how other people live their lives.


    apart from ur cute nerd face and your stunning, round ass I knew there were reasons I liked you.
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    Jan 20, 2012 12:02 AM GMT
    I don't give a fuck what they do, but don't call it monogamy because that's a lie. And I hate liars.
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    Jan 20, 2012 2:31 AM GMT
    divvy198509 saidI'm so jealous of that twinky little shit. I'm in love with Samuel Colt, beefed, short and rugged, just my type!! gggrrr!!! How the hell did that weird looking boy bag the COLT!!!!


    Take me Samuel!! Take me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    Porter is fucking hot. icon_eek.gif

    I pretty much agree with everyone here that it is their relationship and their choice to do what they want. I wouldn't want my man getting 'gang-banged' while I was out of town, but hey, who am I to judge?
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    Jan 20, 2012 4:20 AM GMT
    This is all free publicity for the their upcoming porn movie. icon_lol.gif
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    Jan 20, 2012 8:50 AM GMT
    GAMRican saidOver the past 31 years I have been homosexual by birth and gay by choice. I have observed the emergence of the "Gay Mainstream". And, I just shake my head in disgust as I see this "Gay Mainstream" judge and marginalize portions of our own brotherhood/sisterhood/transgenderhood. It's as though this "Gay Mainstream" has somehow become elevated and self-anointed as the arbiter of just what "gay" should be, and what "gay relationships" should be.

    Bullshit!

    I call bullshit on all of those who would deride and put down ANY segment of community which chooses to define their relationships in any way that infringes upon the choice of consenting adults.

    To those who consider themselves the "Gay Mainstream" and who are clucking their tongues and wagging their fingers at couples such as Samuel Colt and Chris Porter, shame on you and your hypocrisy!

    I would say, "go fuck yourselves", but that might be considered a kind of sex that is outside of what you would consider "normal". God forbid you should have ANY kind of sex which isn't "normal" by somebody else's standards.

    Remember, it has been the "fringe" that has sacrificed blood, sweat, tears, and lives to advance our civil rights so that you CAN be "Gay Mainstream".

    Keep you judgement to yourself, out of my bedroom, and off of my Folsom Street.



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    Jan 20, 2012 9:07 AM GMT
    divvy198509 saidI'm so jealous of that twinky little shit. I'm in love with Samuel Colt, beefed, short and rugged, just my type!! gggrrr!!! How the hell did that weird looking boy bag the COLT!!!!


    Take me Samuel!! Take me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    This!!

    I absolutely hate Chris Porter's tattoo on his chest as well. It's disgusting.
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    Jan 20, 2012 9:08 AM GMT
    ConfederateGhost saidI don't give a fuck what they do, but don't call it monogamy because that's a lie. And I hate liars.


    Actually THEY didn't call it monogamy, whoever wrote the article gave it that headline.
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    Jan 20, 2012 9:08 AM GMT
    ConfederateGhost saidI don't give a fuck what they do, but don't call it monogamy because that's a lie. And I hate liars.


    Actually THEY didn't call it monogamy, whoever wrote the article gave it that headline.
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    Jan 20, 2012 4:50 PM GMT
    Hmm, you are right. My apologies.

    Hey, do what you do then.


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    ConfederateGhost saidI don't give a fuck what they do, but don't call it monogamy because that's a lie. And I hate liars.


    Actually THEY didn't call it monogamy, whoever wrote the article gave it that headline.
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    Jan 20, 2012 5:04 PM GMT

    ...from the article:

    "Porter continues with, "We didn’t want monogamy. We knew that wouldn’t work."

    So that, as they say, is that. Good for them if it works for them.

    A question: why would anyone think the two of them represent what gay relationships are? They represent SOME gay relationships and some straight ones, and some Bi ones, too.
    They merely, and hopefully happily (we wish them both well), represent themselves. Some guys out there that want or have the same kind of relationship will feel better knowing there are others like them. This is great.

    The only thing we took issue with was this attitude:

    "The heterosexual view of being faithful is so outdated."

    It's not just a heterosexual view, and it's not outdated.

    cheerily,

    -us guys