Black gay Porn is still part of the #Struggle section at Walmart?!

A frustrated “porn critic” pretty much sums up it all..

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But in the industry’s defense, like any other entertainment industry, things cost a lot more than they used to. The money ain’t flowing like it used. The STRUGGLE is REAL… Read more…

“If You Work With Them, You Can’t Work With Us”

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This is the kinda of shit models have to face these days and you know who suffers? 

THE MODELS!!!

If one does a scene for ABC, XYZ won't hire him simply because the model worked for ABC. Nevermind the fact that model is high in demand. Nevermind the fact that neither studio is only paying pennies on the dollar.

It's bad enough that most models of color find it difficult to land a scene but because producers have "beef" with each other (and most of the time it's over some petty shit that transpired years ago) they are left with an ultimatum. 

 Little do these producers know, there is a silence movement going on and they are about to be in for a rude awakening. 

As alway so certain people won't get into their feelings, I am not talking about ALL producers…

Stay tuned..

Poll: Should Porn Models Be Hired Based On Chemistry?!

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Let's face, nothing sucks worse than two great performers in a really bad production. Limp dicks and annoyed power bottoms should never be featured. One of the issues I notice in adult films is the lack of chemistry. You can tell who is just there for the money or just not into the other model(s) on set.

For the casual porn consumer, one who, say, doesn’t ever pay for it, it probably doesn’t matter. You’re looking anything you can get your hands on for gratis and pretty soon you’ve busted the nut and sign off Myvidster.

But for the avid fans, all you connoisseurs and aficionados out there, you can spot a scene with no chemistry from miles away. The dudes are going at it. They’re both “sexual” enough that they can get hard and make each other cum just like they would if they were among themselves in private. But when you’re paying for it, it makes you more of a critic.  You demand a certain amount of raw desire to come out of these people you’re paying to watch fuck.

These days, it's rare to find a really good scene (DVD) where the chemistry is there. These days, porn directors are shelling out scenes based on the performer's popularity or just to make a quick buck. It' obvious that these models are trained actors so it's hard to mask it. 

Should all gay porn directors be required to cast two performers who are, legitimately, into each other? 


The Luckey F. Starr Show Ep 2| The Dark Side Of The Black Gay Sex Industry & More!

Luckey talks about blogging, black gay men in the adult industry and the dark side of it!

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An Adult Producer Response


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The Pink Elephant


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My Personal Experience In The Adult Industry


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My Life In The Gay Adult Industry..

 

Those last few post got real serious (click here and here if you missed the storm).  I seriously didn't think anyone would even comment or read what I had to say. It's been on the chest for a great while now and there is more to come.

I have been meeting with several former models who would like to interview with me. They want to share their stories and experiences in the industry. I've been hesitate with this idea because I know ME. I don't want to ask them safe and bland questions like the other bloggers out there #noshade.

I want them to give me the truth. I could sit on this site all day and preach all day but it's better to hear it from the horse's mouth. I will even extend my invitation to producers to speak their truths as well. I am still trying to figure it all out but it needs to happen in 2014. People need to know what they are getting into when entering the adult industry.

I don't think I've ever shared this story on the blog before but I almost got into the adult industry myself many moons ago. I needed some money and decide to venture into porn. At the time I was a college student in Chicago, young and VERY naive. I applied to several sites and Cocoboyz (as they were called back in those times) contacted me for a shoot.

Long story short, I drove the 45 minutes to the studio (which was located on Irving Park back then) and did my "audition". On the outside it looked like a normal house. You had to buzz in to get into the building. Upon walking in, I notice the house was rigged with cameras EVERYWHERE. I felt like I was on a set of a sitcom or something.  The place was very neat too. 


I answered a bunch of questions about my sex life and took a few pictures. I remember the "dorm" leader at the time was very attractive with a sick body (Back then going to the gym was not the trend yet). He had perfect white teeth and had the biggest bugle I have ever seen. He had the NASTIEST attitude though. 

I remember him asking me to stay overnight to do a cam show with the other boys. Immediately I said NO! I just needed the extra money. He attempted to make me feel real shitty afterwards. He basically made it seem like I was going to miss out on "real" money if I didn't change my mind. I was not budging. Something in my spirit told me to say no and go home!

I got paid and kept it moving. This was before social media and blogs so I don't even know if those pictures were ever published and honestly I really don't care. I am NOT ashamed of them.  Of course all of this happen before that infamous case…

Til this day, I often wonder what if I really would went through with that decision. I pray everyday for those models out there because it can't be easy.  People have been asking me to name names of the studios/producers and I want to but I must admit I am not ready for the lawsuit threats and I need PHYSICAL evidences to make those claims. 

I do encourage people to keep their eyes open on the blog though. I have posted countless post of models telling their story and for the most part they are all saying the same thing.

I hope to interview some of these models and get the REAL deal behind it all. Their stories need to be told. I just know I am tired of sitting back and not saying anything. I know I might lose some connections and those other bloggers might distance themselves away from me. If they do, they really weren't FOR me anyway. 

Jaysinn said it best…

Spot on, on your assessments, Luckey. It really sucks that the adult film industry is so deregulated, that everyone has their own idea as to what is perfect for them. Many times, of course, what's perfect for a studio/producer, ends up not being ideal for the actual models. At the point that a young man from a questionable upbringing decides to pursue a career in the industry, that's when many of these rogue producers cast their spell upon them, prey that have no guidance whatsoever, and for whom the choices they'll eventually make will yield them little to no financial gain, and leave them standing back at square one– with the added notion that they're either infected with a disease for life, or that they've gone ahead and put themselves in a situation where they can no longer find employment due to their past.

It's truly disheartening to talk with guys that have shot maybe a scene or two and for whom, they have nothing to show, except emotional/mental scars that they must carry with them forever. It is a very cut-throat industry, and it is highly competitive, what with models stabbing each other in the back, just to be able to remain significant and be able to get cast for that next 'paycheck'.

Moving forward, it will be interesting to see if Federal OHSA passes the condom laws in place in California. There is a movement within OHSA to actually make the condom law national, and not just for straight porn, but for all porn produced in the states, period. If that comes into fruition, I can't begin to tell you how many of these studios producers/owners will begin to catch heat over endangering the lives of their workers (models) in exchange for a miserable rate. It has been said that if something like this becomes a national law, you will begin noticing studios moving their operations overseas, where such laws are not in place– In fact, most major internet studios (read: Straight) such as Reality Kings, already have their main offices in other countries, such that they can absolve themselves from most of the federal laws in place stateside.

I think the biggest thing that needs to happen, people need to understand the huge myths about the industry. This is not 1985, where you could make an actual living from the industry as a model. Not in the straight side of porn, not in the gay side of porn. Back then, even the most average person that dared step into porn was able to come away with good money, without worrying about their health, and working in an environment that was actually professional (read: not hotel rooms). It's saying something when literally you can count within one hand (ONE HAND) the contract performers that are able to make a living from adult entertainment these days.

A good analogy would be Football. You have 1.1 million kids that play High School football (As of 2011-2012). You ask each one of them, what they want to be when they grow up, and 9 times out of 10, they will tell you that they want to play in the NFL. Fast forward to college. You have but only 125 FBS programs, so that's roughly 10,625 of those 1.1 million of HS players that are able to move on to the next level to continue playing football (125 teams/85 scholarships per team). Fast forward to the NFL. You have 32 teams, each team is allowed to carry 53 players, 1,696 total. Then you get down to actual NFL players who are able to pursue football past the average of 4 years, and you're down to a couple hundred players MAXIMUM. So you start with over 1.1 million and wind up with 200 or so out of those. The same with porn, everyone gets into porn thinking they'll be part of those fortunate ones that will end up with a long-lasting, high earning career, when in reality the ratios are all working against you.

As long as the industry myths continue to be promulgated, you'll continue to see these young men from small towns/underprivileged upbringings buying into what these rogue producers/studios keep putting in their ears. Sadly, not many of these young men heed the advice of those that have been in their place, and think they're the exception, rather than the rule.

 

I admit, the porn blog thing was quite interesting at first and I learned a hell of a lot about the industry, but these days it's has drained the life out of me. Don't get me wrong, I appreciate all the love and comments thus far and I don't plan on going anywhere any time soon. I worked my butt off to be #1 in this game (yes i have the right to be a lil cocky) and I ain't about to let the next dude steal my thunder. I gotta be TOTALLY honest though. I gotta show these kids the UGLY side of this industry and hope like hell they pay attention. 

I've been carrying the burden of keeping quiet and not speaking up while I see my brothas be pimped and exploited for chump change.  My health has suffered because of it and I am tired..

If I am going to continue updating this blog with the good stuff, I gotta tell the truth too.

If these young men are going to enter this industry, they need to know the truth. I want my brothas to stop being "props" in the white porn industry and "jokes"  in the urban industry. I want them to be the BOSS of their own businesses. It can be done thanks to social media and technology. If I can create this blog with NOTHING and become something, you can run your own hustle! 

I want my brothas to take care of their bodies, mind, spirit and be more responsible. If you ask me today would I reccomend anyone getting into the industry, I would say HELL no with quickness and probably slap the cum out of you! I can't save them all though. Only God can..

Do you homework kids because they are not going to school you!

In the meantime, stay tuned..

The Pink Elephant Is Still Standing In The Room..

 

That last post got some attention.  Some people thought I wasn't wrong for my post about shady producers, while other felt like I was paint all producers with the same brush (even though I have stated countless times that it doesn't apply to all producers). Needless to say, it got the conversation going. 

Some questions NEVER got answered and I am still waiting for the answer.

Why are producers scouting for young black & latino (18- mid twenties) from low income backgrounds? Why are they seeking for the "trade" boys and "DL" men if they  know the dangerous of the outcome? Why are these models put into desperate positions and paid pennies on a dollar to perform ghastly sexual acts?

If they are aware of the repercussions, why not hire professionals? Gay men who can act like the thugs & DL men? It's all entertainment right?

There was some points made but at the end of the day, these people know exactly what they are doing.  They purposely hire the young, dumb and full of cum individuals, because they know they can wave a few hundred dollars in front of these models. They can woo them with happy meals and all you smoke blunts. Meanwhile those young men venture back into the ghettos and slums, while you're on vacation on some exotic island. 

It's easy to say that they are grown men and this is just the business but why are they not getting residuals from their flicks? Why are they only paid chump change..a ONE time fee at that, while you collect monthly (weekly) checks for thousands of dollars?

I used to be very friendly with a producer and the shit he used to say about his models were unreal. I played along with him but I was deeply disgusted with him. I used to send him models left and right, who were looking for work but he was not interested in them.  Slowly but surely I saw the demon in him and left him alone.

He bragged about how he would scout the slums looking for "talent". Most of these young men were young hustlers and trade boys.  He would put young men from smaller towns on greyhound buses and even threaten to kick them out if they didn't submit his advances. Mind you, these young men had NOTHING and were willing to do anything just to get a bite to eat.

I talked about this before on the blog several times but I knew of a model who was practically raped on film simply because he needed the money to get back to his hometown. His whole reasoning for working with that particular studio (in New York) was to make money since he didn't have much to begin with.

That SAME studio producer is known for abusing his models. I remember the story of one model in particular, who looked like a walking ZOMBIE. He was force to do several scenes a day and was paid a stipend of a few hundred dollars a month. Eventually he was kicked out and had to fend for himself. Thank god he had concern friends, who lived in New York, who took him in and nursed him back to health. Meanwhile the producer is STILL releasing footage of this model.

And they train the more established models to do the same thing. They use those models as bait for new meat. If you are some country bumpkin from Alabama, of course you will listen to some random "porn star" you've been lusting after. They take FULL advantage of that. Put those boys on buses with promises of making thousands of dollars per scene. They get to their destination and find out they will only be paid pennies per scene and every expense is taken out of the little bit of money they make. 

Don't get me started on the producers in the south…you KNOW who I speak of so their names don't need to be mention.

This is not something I heard. This is something I KNOW and personally witness for myself.

This is why I had to take a step back and reevaluate my own stance in this business.  Who am I to promote flicks for certain companies KNOWING what I know? How am I able to sleep at night?

But when I speak up ,I am the bad guy. 

They say when you speak the truth, sometimes you gotta stand alone.

THIS IS NOT ALL STUDIOS AND PRODUCERS but a lot of them are out there!

They don't give a FUCK about the models. It's ALL greed. 

Yes there are shady models out there who will lie through their teeth to make a company look bad because they didn't get their way.

But there are a lot of them who know what I am talking about but too afraid to speak out in fear of being sued or worse. They are threaten with blackmail. 

Some of them come into this business blinded by the $$$$ and no real knowledge of the business. $300 might not be a lot to you and I but to them, it's a hella of a lot. Not to mention you have these vampires in their ear, whispering sweet nothings and making broken promises. 

It's time for us to have this discussion and call these people out. Enough is enough. 

How many models do we need to bury to start giving a damn? How many models gotta go to prison for doing something stupid just so they can survive? How many models are going to be infected with AIDS before we truly give a damn? Who is going to fighting for them? Do we even care????

I would like for those questions to be answered..Until then miss me with the bullshit.

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