New Release Desk: My copy of the controversial new bisex fuck flick SHIFTING GEARS: A BISEXUAL TRANSMISSION has arrived via directrix Chi Chi LaRue, the All Worlds Video Platinum Collection and Channel 1 Releasing. I’ll pop it in over the XXX-mas holiday weekend. As Constant Readers will recall, we kicked up a bit of a ruckus late last summer when we revealed that C1R exclusive Blake Riley has sex with a woman for the first time — ever — in this film. The “straight-for-pay” (or “bi-for-pay”) aspect turned off some guys who prefer Mr. Riley plugged with a cock at either end, thanks. (Fellow C1R exclusive Cameron Marshall, as well as costar Wolf Hudson, additionally make fucky-fucky times with women.) Also, I suspect the overwhelming return of gay-for-pay marketing, particularly in the VOD market, has some queer fans on edge. Mr. Riley is pictured here with blonde starlet Brittany Amber, with Lee Stephens popping up there in the middle. CLICK HERE to view a quasi-softcore trailer on the C1R website, which has been significantly revamped.
See also:
* “Sneak Peek: ‘Shifting Gears’ Bisex Epic
* “Chi Chi LaRue ‘Shifting Gears’ with Bisex Epic


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  1. Anonymous on December 23, 2008 4:13 am

    Blake Riley is not straight for pay, he recently said on Randy Blue his biggest turn on his sex with a beautiful woman. So the guy is most definitely bi or try pretend to be bi, which if true is truly pathetic and a new low in exploitation of self-hate. I have zero interest in him anymore, it’s like all his hotness just got totally sucked away. Riley should fuck off and take that greed munching bitch ChiChi with him

  2. Ricci on December 23, 2008 5:52 am

    if he’s really straight he can damn fake it all so fucking well and i don’t mind…i have no interest in this release besides a rent-it-once-only out of curiosity and that’s that.

  3. Aon 4:13 am on December 23, 2008 7:00 am

    I never thought so Ricci, The films I’ve seen him in he is very distant and not really into it. Maybe I got the wrong ones, but the Unknown vid he was stone cold, but so was most of the cast and in Bottom of the League he was really mechanical and icy, he didn’t look as if he liked what he was doing at all, but as he has said he only did porn out of desperation so many he just isn’t naturally into it.

    I won’t watch this, but the idea he use to be gay had sex with a woman once and now he appears to be bi is like WTF, it is kinda offensive, having sex with a women isn’t a “cure” to being gay, it does sorta take away a lot of his appeal for me anyway, was this vid funded by the fundies?

  4. Ass Freak on December 23, 2008 8:00 am

    I’ll join the djihad against gay4pay intruders but blake Riley was absolutely involved and dedicated in that scene with Johnny Hazzard? If he’s straight yes, he could fake it very well in this take at least.

  5. rabbit on the moon on December 23, 2008 8:56 am

    Not the gay for pay argument again. Let it go already.

  6. Anonymous on December 23, 2008 9:34 am

    But it’s not the gay for pay argument Rabbit, It’s the argument that the promotion (coupled with Riley’s stupid comments) of this movie pushes the idea that a gay man can change his sexuality just by having sex with women one time, which is stupid and insulting to gay people.

    This flick came out on the 2nd and since then nothing, this is the first mention of it anywhere, it obviously didn’t take off as ChiChi hoped. So fuck Larry and his little bisexual fuckwits.

    That’s all I really don’t want to give this shit anymore time than it deserves, which is none.

  7. Bill in S.F. on December 23, 2008 9:59 am

    He’s young, he’s horny, let him fuck whomever he wants and call it whatever he wants. This week’s it’s snails, next week he’ll like oysters best. Maybe it’s an age thing, but I have no problem with tight-butted cuties like Blake having a momentary romp with a girl. He’ll be back in bed with a boy in no time, don’t worry.

  8. Chi Ching on December 23, 2008 10:13 am

    Jesus anonymous, I hope you are not anonymous to your psychiatrist. You really need some anger management work. Lordy.

  9. Eduardo on December 23, 2008 10:30 am

    I do understand anonymous stand though but i really thought (wrongly?) that Riley was into boys/men. Who knows more?

  10. Will K on December 23, 2008 11:02 am

    And besides if you’ve gone off Blake because he is bi, scroll down and you’ll find guys like D.O. , Tyler Johnson and Marco Blaze are gay, and well if the top of the mountain is gay, who cares who the foothills are fucking.

  11. Wolf Hudson on December 23, 2008 1:27 pm

    Hope you enjoy it JC. ;)

  12. DeWayne on December 23, 2008 7:44 pm

    Ano 4:13 no it was bankrolled by the Mormon Church as part of Conversion Therapy! ;)

  13. Anonymous on December 24, 2008 12:14 am

    LOL! Yeah, this is super healthy.

  14. will k on December 24, 2008 6:39 am

    Playing advocate to the Blake Riley backlashers for a second, Blake Harper did this like 7 years ago, Logan Reed did it the year after. This is very last decade it proves how far ChiChi has fallen behind, there is nothing new about it.

    I watched Goosed a few weeks ago out of curiosity, Goosed and the way Blake Harper played it was much more fun and tongue in cheek and I thought it was cool the way Harper couldn‘t really get a full hard-on with the girls, this new film just looks really sleazy and desperate for attention.

    Riley isn’t a-list anymore, heck he isn’t even b-list, the way this thing played out has sullied him a little. At least Blake Harper (the greatest pornstar ever) stayed gay. Harper is a Blake that Riley could never come close to.

  15. Anonymous on December 24, 2008 9:44 am

    I’m guessing most people are pissed at Blake & Chi Chi La Rue, is because up until this movie Blake was gay, has sex one time with a girl and bam! he is bi or says his biggest turn on is straight sex, kinky straight, but straight sex nonetheless. I think that is why guys are pissed, not because he is bi or because he made a bi film as lots of gay studs have done, but by pushing forward the notion having straight sex just once and you are “converted”, I don’t think any other gay star who did a bi film turned, Tommy Blade did a bi film not long ago, why wasn’t the term straight for pay thrown at him? Or Jason Ridge and none of them shout out about the joys of straight sex.

    Blake has every right to make it who he wants and to call himself what he wants, but not to say stupid things that insinuate that heterosexuality is inherent within all gay men and sex with women a undeniable part of male sexuality. That’s just stupid and really, really offensive. It would be better if he just said he was bisexual or straight curious prior to Shifting Gears.

    I’m sure this noise is what he and Chi Chi wanted and aimed for, which is even sadder and more pathetic than usual.

  16. GPTimes Webmaster on December 24, 2008 10:06 am

    I have deleted a few comments from this thread. No offense intended to anyone whose comment got deleted but the attacks were getting too personal. If JC wants to restore them, he will do that later today.

    Tim, GPTimes webmaster

  17. MNF on December 24, 2008 10:18 am

    Tim,

    My post was not meant to be a personal attack on anyone, but I guess I did word some things rather harshly, which is why you deleted it. I apologize if I came across as disrespectful. I must admit though I’m baffled as to why you’ve left other comments intact that were just as harsh as mine.

    Anyway, my main point was to emphasize what Blake Riley himself has said in interviews after doing this movie. Again, I will quote him:

    “I fucked a girl and I liked it.”
    “I was hard as a rock the entire time.”
    “I’ve kissed girls and probably will again.”
    “My ultimate fantasy is to have a gorgeous, beautiful girl fuck me with a strap-on.”

    This is all coming from a guy who still claims he is gay. I for one am simply not buying it (the movie or his claims).

  18. Anonymous on December 24, 2008 10:27 am

    Censorship, isn’t that what porn is against? Blake Riley is big boy, he doesn’t give a fuck who says what about him. I’m sure he knew and hoped he’d piss off a few people, so let him deal with pissed off comments, that’s the whole point of Shifting Gears, use and exploit an anti-gay theory to hype a run of mill bisexual film for publicity and sales.

    Let them deal with any hostile response the receive because of a homophobic and offensive scheme they tried to manipulate.

  19. Domminik on December 24, 2008 7:47 pm

    I’m not trying to be intentionally harsh, but given the recent anti-gay historical events in the U.S. the concept and timing of this movie is repulsive and offensive, as are Blake’s comments.

    Guys, we are being killed, beaten, denied basic rights, humiliated, bullied, etc. because of who we are…gay men. I am PROUD to be a gay man. We have an innate biological, psychological, and spiritual “drive” to love and form romantic relationships with men. Our dignity is not diminished in any way because of this natural gift. This is why I find this movie’s “context” of gay turning straight abhorrent. The fact that it is fictional eroticism is irrelevant.

    Blake’s silly comments are exactly what those who hate us believe. Does Blake, Chi Chi, etc. live in another reality, or do profits trump dignity and basic rights?

    Honestly, I find the way this blog treats this movie and its implications sophomoric and selfish. It reeks of blatant pandering to a porn company that has offended the gay community. Do gay men who care about our human rights manage this blog?

    Personally, I am boycotting anything related to Channel 1 Releasing and encourage others to do the same. As for Mr. Riley, he has lost a fan. If he is gay, I hope one day he values the fight and the struggle many of us are undertaking on his(our) behalf so that he can live with guaranteed rights as a gay man in this country.

  20. Will on December 24, 2008 9:40 pm

    Domminik – While I, and obviously many others, share your concerns, I find your criticism of JC Adams for posting this item to be wholly inappropriate. He fully acknowleged the controversy surrounding this disc. He has also clearly demonstrated his commitment to the political struggle for gay rights this year. Merely reporting on a DVD does not mean he approves of its contents.

  21. T-Bird on December 25, 2008 1:04 am

    I tend to like Ch 1 movies and think Chi Chi always assembles a hot cast and more often then not serves up a great movie for her audience.
    Having said that…with all the comments about whether its good and bad people you are giving the company the word of mouth and free publicity it needed. Now people will probably watch it just to see what happens.

    I’m not even getting into the g4p discussion I’m not to sure that anyone is all that right or wrong for what its worth.

    Oh and hey one thing about this movie looks promising, the first time onscreen that I know of that hot Johnny Hazzard and sexy Cam Marshall have a scene together. Now that would be worth checking out. Okay and I think Wolf is super hot too!

  22. Wesley on December 25, 2008 8:43 am

    I am just totally turned off on Blake Riley now. Nothing to do with political correctness, it’s just that he destroyed my fantasy image of him, and as we all knowm it’s all about the fantasy. Bye Blake!

  23. Anonymous on December 26, 2008 3:30 am

    Blake Riley perfectly motifs the new generation of “gay” men. It’s NOT about sexual liberation, it’s about sexual prohibition. Young gay men, are terrified to be gay because of the shame attracted to the word “gay” and during the Bush years being anti-gay in America was endorsed by the President. So guys who are gay, labelled themselves bi and guys who are bisexual label themselves straight. It is as if all men from that younger generation must have some visible strain of heterosexuality.

    So when people think younger guy are more free with their sexuality and that’s why they sleep with women, you couldn’t be more wrong, it’s because being just gay isn’t good enough and they feel socially inferior unless they have straight sex experiences . Blake Riley and this film glorifies the new generation of cowardice. And how could anyone find him or that remotely sexy?

    Chichi is disgraceful that she exploited that, she exploited homophobia and hate for a few sales. Larry, if you read this, I’m sorry, and for all the great films you have made, I have no respect for you or Blake Riley, and I refuse to buy any of your products and I will tell people not to by your products.

    As T-Bird says people will probably watch it just to see what happens. But will they watch anything with Blake Riley in it after that? For a lot of consumers, I doubt it, so maybe it wasn’t such a god idea.

  24. sam on December 26, 2008 4:54 am

    All you bitter queens are amazing. You call for greater tolerance and understanding of human sexuality yet you seem aghast at the existence of male bisexuality. Have you forgotten Kinsey’s sexuality spectrum? According to this spectrum, most men in society are bisexual in orientation. With attitudes like yours, no wonder there’s a bisexual double standard in society. You seem to polarize male sexuality into straight or gay, but females seem to be given greater leeway, at least in porn were nearly every female practises bisexuality.

  25. sam on December 26, 2008 4:56 am

    How come female bisexuality is glamorized but male bisexuality is looked down upon? It’s a huge double standard, the bisexual double standard.

  26. sam on December 26, 2008 4:58 am

    What the fuck has porn got to do with gay rights? Porn is a voyeurism paradigm, not a rights thing.

  27. Will on December 26, 2008 7:14 am

    Sam, I’d agree that porn in general has nothing to do with gay rights, but theories about sexual orientation definitely do — in fact the canard that it is a “choice” is one of the main weapons used against us to deny us our rights. That is the issue that Ms. Larue and Mr. Blake have injected into this DVD, thus the connection.

  28. Will on December 26, 2008 7:15 am

    Sorry, meant Mr. Riley.

  29. MNF on December 26, 2008 8:02 am

    A few more comments to add to the pot:

    I suspect there is nothing actually offensive about the movie itself. It’s likely very well done and probably even one of the better bi films out there. Bisexual movies have been around for years, and none have caused this much of a stir. So why the controversy over this one?

    The bigger issue here is not so much male bisexuality as the way this movie has been marketed and the way some of its performers have reacted to the resulting criticism. To my knowledge, with the exception of Wolf Hudson, no one else has even remotely acknowledged that they understand why some gay men are offended by the way it has been marketed. Couple that with the careless, image-destroying comments made by Blake Riley and a few defensive remarks from Chi Chi and Cameron Marshall, and that should tell you why this has become such a sensitive issue.

    Also, although I haven’t seen the movie itself, I do want to point out that from what I’ve read, I don’t believe there is a scenario in it where a “gay” guy “goes straight.” I don’t know about the other performers, but my understanding is that Blake plays a “straight” man who “turns bisexual” in the course of the movie. The whole “gay guys going straight” has been in the marketing of the movie. Also, Johnny Hazzard has been included in the marketing as “going straight” when in reality I don’t think he even performs in a scene with a female. (That’s what Johnny himself has said on his blog.)

    So basically the marketing has not only been offensive, but it’s even intentionally been misleading.

  30. transverse on December 26, 2008 8:31 am

    sam:
    Let me type it real slow, so you can understand. No one is “aghast” or “look[ing] down on” male bisexuality. Let the greedy hos sleep with whoever they want. What is so upsetting here is the ammunition Mr. Riley and Co. are handing the religious right and the homophobic. Here in the heartland, a biological predetermination defense is the only one that works. Sorry, I mean a “born gay, it’s not a choice” defense. Why do I need a defense at all? Why can’t I just say, “Whatever, I’ll do what I want?” Because I live where I live. If I want any acceptance, any social standing in my community at all, I have to play by certain rules. One of those rules is, “Do not flout convention just because you want to.” In other words, I must marry a woman and knock her up (not necessarily in that order) unless I have a compelling reason not to. Being gay is my reason, and this whole, “Ooh, your pussy’s really slick, now I like women!” thing would suggest to the powers that be that all I need is one good stick-and-stir in any random sniz to be ‘fixed’. I could move to somewhere more open-minded, like SF, but frankly I’m not THAT open-minded myself.

    Anyway, I feel like I totally lost the thread here, but this kind of thing makes me so mad. Mr. Riley advertised himself as gay to, I suppose, reel in actual gay guys and further his career (I can’t imagine any other reason to pretend to be gay, because it’s no walk in the park). Now he squeezes a couple dirty bags and pounds a loose snooter or two and suddenly he’s frolicking in a newly-discovered wonderland of titties, minge, and strap-on dildos. Bullshit. Nigga bisexual from word go. THAT, sam and all you other clueless bastards, THAT is what is so dispicable and hurtful to gay rights.

    All that being said, the point is really pretty much moot and I feel stupid typing all this because anyone who tried to use Mr. Riley’s comments against me or any other gay man would have to first admit that they were into bisexual porn enough to read interviews with performers.

  31. Wolf Hudson on December 26, 2008 3:52 pm

    Everyone, please… stop it with all the nasty comments towards Blake. He did nothing wrong. You can bitch about the marketing if you want, but don’t hat on him. As far as I know, till this day, Blake is VERY much gay and proud of it. I was there during the shooting and yes, will he had fun filming the scene, his mind was NOT changed towards his sexual preference. He is a very nice man when I hear people assuming thing about him, like they know him, I find it a little disturbing. The movie is very simple: 1 str8 scene (kinda Bi), 1 gay scene, 1 girl/girl scene and the big Bi orgy. If you don’t like it, don’t watch it. I think the movie is great and not just saying that cause I’m in it. Please leave Blake alone, remember he is a human being and people have feelings. If you want to hate, hat on ME. I’m the gay-4-pay guy. I don’t talk about that, but if it means protecting my friends, than so be it. Yes I get paid to have sex with men but I enjoy woman. That’s all I have to say.

  32. Wolf Hudson on December 26, 2008 4:02 pm

    Sorry for the typos. I write very fast. :)

  33. PornFan on December 26, 2008 4:26 pm

    There are some legit points being made here, but let’s be honest. It seems as if that the biggest complainers seem to be airing out beefs with Chi Chi LaRue rather than making points about bisex versus gay porn. And if that’s not true, can’t you make your points without resorting to name calling or like you’re in grade school? You might have a better shot at making your point if you aren’t throwing a temper tantrum.

  34. Anonymous on December 26, 2008 5:02 pm

    I’ve changed my mind. It’s just porn. It doesn’t matter to anyone. It’s simply irrelevant to the world at large. Ammunition to the religious that it’s a choice? No…no one would use a pornstar as evidence for that argument…as evidence for any non-porn related argument, for that matter. Their opinions simply don’t matter outside of that bubble.

    To correlate gay porn to lgbt rights is absurd. There’s nothing pc about porn or fantasy, and there’s no deeper message that could possibly be had by it. The only relevance that g4p’s popularity highlights is the good case for self loathing in the gay community. But that’s nothing new, and a much deeper issue than any porno, producer, director or pornstar could hope to resolve or shed light on.

  35. MNF on December 26, 2008 5:53 pm

    Sorry, Wolf. You’ve come to Blake’s defense (several times, in fact), Chi Chi has come to his defense, his very annoying roommate Josh Griffin has come to his defense, others in the biz have come to his defense…funny how all these people are speaking for Blake except for one crucial person: Blake himself. He has made ZERO effort to address the issue aside from the few comments I referenced above, which have done nothing more than cause his fan base to feel even more betrayed and continue to question his true orientation (the strap-on fantasy remark was truly the nail in the coffin).

    “As far as you know” he’s still gay and proud of it? You’re kidding, right? Have you heard what he’s said? How “gay” does all that sound to you? Give me a break. I must admit I used to feel some sort of sympathy for him, and I still do feel that some of the nastier comments are undeserved. But Blake’s attitude and basic lack of response to the whole thing are a far cry from what a truly proud gay man would have done. He could have easily nipped this whole thing in the bud with just a brief statement or two up front, saying something like, “Look, guys, let me clarify a few things here.” But his silence and attitude have spoken volumes. He clearly could care less about his image or his fan base, as long as he collects a paycheck and moves on to the next movie.

    And for what it’s worth, Wolf, you–a gay-for-pay actor who’s not even gay in the first place–have gone out of your way to do more in support of the gay community and gay causes than 95% of these so-called “proud gay” fellas in the industry…and for that I truly thank you.

  36. transverse on December 26, 2008 6:45 pm

    For the last time, at least from me. IT IS NOT ABOUT THE PORN. THE PORN IS PROBABLY VERY HOT AND WOULD TURN ME VERY MUCH ON. The issue is with what has been said about Riley’s experience in filming the porn.

    Now, as I said earlier, yes, the fact that something like this could be used by the “it’s a choice” camp is moot because to find out, one would have to be somewhat knowledgeable about bisexual porn. There is another, more personal issue at stake here, though. Misinterpreted or not, sung to the tune of some vapid tune about cheating on one’s boyfriend or not, Blake Riley has been quoted sating some things that would be very hurtful to his gay fanbase. This IS porn. Fantasy. Escapism. Desperately lonely, usually elderly and overweight gay men do not need to be told that a gay man who they will never get anyway can now have his head turned by over twice the people he could before. That does not, I assure you, make them feel any better. As long as ChiChi has been in this business, you would think she would know that for most porn fans, these fantasies represent their entire sex lives. With the astronomical price of DVD porn and the availability of high-speed internet connections, it seems a bit risky to be perceived as spitting in your fans faces and never once issuing a clarifying statement. In fact, all Blake Riley has said about this movie is how easy and fun it was, while his co-performers and director strike back aimlessly at a bunch of butt-hurt former fans while missing their point(s) entirely.

    And Wolf: I do know one thing for sure about Mr. Riley. He’s above speaking to his fans.

  37. DeWayne on December 26, 2008 11:31 pm

    With “fans” like this why would Blake want to respond? Besides we have a truism in gay porn young pups like the delectable Wolf who may be straight but is very gay friendly,, are more acceptable to gay fans than our true Gay boys in porn.

    We rip the gay boys to shreds at the first opportunity, I think its Ass and Cock Envy for all they get “on the job”

    With the Gay for pay boys we can objectify them without feeling the least bit green!

    I do hope everyone is aware you sold Chi Chi another truckload of DVD’s with all this “Controversy”

    Like the Catholic Legion of Decency we fall for Marketing faux-controversy all the time!

  38. James on December 27, 2008 3:49 am

    OMG. OMG. OMG. All of this heat over a porno film and the words of a porn-star. People take it freaking easy. Riley now “finds” sex with women attractive (by the way: a number of you have to get over your sexism in talking about women). So what!!! Big deal!! Who cares? Just because he’s a porn star does not mean he is our personal property. His sex life off the screen belongs to him alone and there is no need to confuse the Blake Riley personae with the real guy playing him.

    And by the way: he still has a booty I would love to feast on and I plan on getting this vid.

  39. Will K. on December 27, 2008 4:00 am

    “I do hope everyone is aware you sold Chi Chi another truckload of DVD’s with all this “Controversy””

    Actually she hasn’t the film was released on 2nd Dec. and nothing. It didn’t even make top 5 on her own website. No one cares really, we are all shouting about it, but truth is not many people are watching. the controversy didn’t turn into sales.

    Blake Riley has turned into Lindsay Lohan, I mean how bad can one get, he just now like ewww, not sexy. He ruined it. It’s over for him, the only good thing is he stayed in college, so he can go back to something rather than putting all his eggs in a porn a career that has just gone down the toilet.

    Really porn is actually very like Hollywood, marketing oneself is very important and if you make a mistake you are over. Like Mike Branson, he market himself so well, he was gay-for-pay and still can cause huge amount of noise in forums about him becoming a lawyer and is now married, when not long after he retired he was pictured in a the pages of a magazine at a gay fundraiser event with a man listed as his “partner”.

    It’s all marketing, Blake got it wrong and he has lost his career over it. I’m sure he is nice guy, but he made a mistake. Like I said he is lucky he has college to go back to.

  40. Perv Minded on December 27, 2008 11:59 pm

    I think the whole thing is HOT and the movie is actually good!

  41. troy on December 28, 2008 4:15 am

    If I were Chichi I think about starting to reign it in, people have a habit of jumping on negativity and this has started to happen. It’s snowballing, and it’s marketing is myopic at best. It maybe hype this film but Blake’s job as a porn model is unsalvageable beyond this film. Chi would now want to consider halting it before it does damage to her own company. Really this is very close to becoming a disaster for Channel. I can only assume Blake had decided to quit the biz anyway and decided to go out with a bang.

    To use the “all he need was to find the right girl” to rid oneself of being gay angle was dubious at best, but to do it in the most gay people were denied the right to be treated equally and Obama’s stupid inclusion of Rick Warren at his historic inauguration, gays are feeling sensitive, betrayed and are in an angry mood.

    And it’s easy for gay men to subconsciously connect a gay man being “traitor” and turning straight at this time when there is the feeling of betrayal and continuing homophobia in wider society of what suppose to be an era of “tolerance and change”. Chi’s timing couldn’t have been worse.

  42. DeWayne on December 28, 2008 7:57 am

    me SMELLS an Alter JC he is on an ANTI Chi Chi rant for some reason. Troy and Will K are the same person.

  43. Troy on December 28, 2008 10:49 am

    No, I’ve always posted as Troy on this and other blogs. I’m not particularly anti-Chi Chi, as I support her anti-barebacking stance. Reading my post you’ll find nothing anti her. I did say her timing was off and if she isn’t careful this could be damaging to her and future films, that’s all and gave my viewpoint to why so many men appear to be anti this film and attacking Blake. BTW DeWayne, I’ve just been to your blog out of curiosity. You certainly like your white gay 4 pay guys, don’t you.

  44. MNF on December 28, 2008 1:15 pm

    I don’t think the movie will ruin Chi Chi or her company. She’s been around for too long and has always sailed through controversy pretty much unscathed. Porn stars come and go, but Chi Chi has staying power.

    As for Blake, I don’t think this movie spells the end of his career as a porn actor, but I do believe his days as a specifically “gay” porn actor are pretty much over. Part of his appeal was that he was a real, honest-to-goodness GAY fellow, and that image has been irrevocably damaged. Considering his name is now synonymous with the burgeoning “straight for pay” trend, I suspect we’ll see him “pounding pussy” again in the very near future, and I wouldn’t even remotely be surprised if we also see him fulfilling that strap-on fantasy he spoke about on Randy Blue.

    I sure won’t be watching that, but I suppose others will.

  45. Brian Reader on December 30, 2008 9:09 am

    I used to think Blake was the great savior of gay porn. Like Johnny Hazard, he was openly gay, hot, handsome and dating a Fratpad regular (Kent). Now he’s either one of those lame-ass gay guys who thinks claiming to be bisexual makes him more of a man or he’s one of those straight guys who claimed to be gay when it suited him and now he’s “cured” by having sex with that Britney look-alike.

    Either way, I don’t find him hot anymore and if he can’t find a hot woman to fuck him with a strap on, may I suggest he go fuck himself?

  46. Anonymous on December 30, 2008 10:41 am

    Too right Brian Reader, and I would imagine the whole gay for pay thing is the guy starts out straight and does the jerk off then the bj then the top fucking then gets lots of money for bottoming for the “first time”. That’s the whole seduction of gay for pay. I really can’t see it working the other way round.

  47. SwissArmyGuy on December 30, 2008 1:06 pm

    I really can’t see the point of doing “straight for pay” at all. The only reason that any gay guys would watch straight porn is to see straight guys actually enjoying sex.

    So this silly Chichi thing just makes no sense at all.

    Past that, it dredges up memories for a lot of gay men about when they were forced by social pressure to pretend to be straight and have sex with women. We all KNOW it’s possible but none of us liked it and it’s not anything any of us would like to relive on DVD.

    When I was a young gay kid growing up, gay porn was like my salvation. It was proof to me that you could be cool, you could be a man, you could be hot and strong and masculine and still be gay. You didn’t have to end up like that creepy old pervert down the street that your mother warned you to stay away from and you didn’t have to end up like Chris Crocker.

    This new Chichi travesty just shatters all of that in a bad way. Now young gay men are going to be taught that you’re only really cool if you can have sex with women.

    Not like Chichi should have to be the only place where young gay men get role models… but she was the one who insisted on condoms only because she wanted young gay men to see that safe sex was hot sex. Can’t she also show that gay sex and being exclusively gay is hot too?

  48. Anonymous on December 31, 2008 4:20 am

    Chi Chi has lost it and this proves it. she needs a dense, offensive and batshit crazy gimmick and novelty to hard sell a movie. Her films just can’t stand on their own feet anymore. They use to, they use to be scorching she didn’t need this sort of crap, which is very sad. end of an era coming this way.

  49. James on December 31, 2008 5:20 am

    “This new Chichi travesty just shatters all of that in a bad way. Now young gay men are going to be taught that you’re only really cool if you can have sex with women.”

    O lord. Stop with the freaking hyperbole! It’s porn.

  50. Anonymous on December 31, 2008 10:25 am

    I read Blake’s yahoo group got deleted because so many members left after Blake’s bi movie. It is just porn and it is just about fantasy, but once you shatter that fantasy it’s gone. So wow! I guess Blake really has lost a lot of fans. I thought it was just guys on blogs being bitter, but obviously not.

    One thing this must really worry Raging Stallion who has also got a straight for pay line coming out. It wouldn’t be any great loss as there are hardly any hot guys left on RS, just as long as Damien Crosse doesn’t go straight.

  51. Jackson on February 8, 2010 4:27 am

    Gay guys need to get over the fact that Blake Riley’s yet another hot guy who’s now inaccessible to them, as if any of you had a shot with this guy, even if he called himself gay. Yeah, right. All of your frothing at the mouth just indicates that you feel REJECTED. BTW, the whole “conversion” thing is all in your heads. Stop trying to project your gay issues onto him. He had an experience that expanded his sexual boundaries. deal w/ it. Funny how you guys only like it when the expansion goes into the “gay realm”. Hypocrites. This is HIS life and journey, not yours. He does not “owe” you his sexuality. Just be happy that he let you see him boff a few hot guys. It’s as close as you’ll ever get, anyway. For a group that loves to complain about “discrimination”, you seem to have no problem with spewing BIphobic BS.
    As a “community”, you guys have some serious maturing to do.
    Otherwise, you’ll end up as alone as you are now.

  52. Orchard on March 15, 2010 10:40 am

    You till seem angry about it Jackson, funny I was on another forum, and for some reason the subject of Blake and his bisexuality has risen quite fiercely lately. Amazing really, over two years and people are still annoyed about it, what was it this guy had to make such a strong impression on gay men?

    Anyhow reading through this I realized nobody here at the time had seen it, so has seen the movie since and how was it? Was Blake more into straight sex than with his male co-stars and was it worth Blake throwing his career away for? And is it true he is living with a woman in Nevada?

  53. Brian on May 12, 2010 9:31 pm

    Some predictably ignorant views on bisexuality spouted here, especially a comment that bisexual people are ‘greedy hos.’ How incredibly moronic of you to repeat the age-old nonsense that bisexuality is connected with sexual greed. Laughable really, that in an age where ignorance and miseducation is the single biggest obstacle to gay rights, that you would have a gay person imposing the same tired old stereotypes on bisexuals. For all the people who spread this kind of biphobic nonsense, you really are a disgrace, and you are hypocrites. Not into extending the same understanding and enlightened attitude that you demand from others, to others?

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