Gay Porn Star Diego Sans Gets Dragged On Twitter For Saying “Tranny”

Posted October 20, 2016 by with 174 comments

diegotrannyLast night, Men.com exclusive and Str8UpGayPorn readers’ reigning Gay Porn Star Of The Year Diego Sans tweeted a photo of himself in front of what appears to be a unisex bathroom. He unfortunately captioned the photo using a hashtag “#Trannybathroom.”

Unisex bathrooms aren’t really new (I’ve seen them for most of my adult life), but an updated term has emerged in the last few years to specifically accommodate trans people: “gender neutral bathrooms.” Signs for gender neutral bathrooms typically look like this:

bathroom_istock_000078354575_largeAs recent as three years ago, it was not widely considered offensive to use the word “tranny,” particularly as it was commonly used as a term of endearment among drag queens. Of course, using the word “tranny” to insult an actual trans person is not acceptable, and it doesn’t appear Diego Sans was doing that in his selfie. That being said, times change! Certain words are not acceptable in any context anymore (especially on social media), and over the last 16 hours, Diego Sans has been bombarded with hundreds of tweets calling him out for his use of the t-word:

tran1 tran2 tran3 tran4 tran5 tran6 tran7 tran9 tran10 tran11 tran12There are over two hundred other responses asking Diego Sans to delete his account (but no additional responses calling for Diego Sans to prolapse anyone’s Muslim pussy). As of post time, he has not issued an apology.

  • OverKill

    http://i.imgur.com/P0F2k8z.gif

    I didn’t even think “tranny” was a bad term. It just seems that everytime there’s a new word the previous word automatically becomes offensive. I didn’t see anything offensive in what he posted but what do I know. I mean the word tranny is used in porn as a category, does that need to be changed to “Gender Neutral Porn”?

    • jacob221

      “tranny” and “gender neutral” are two different things

    • Until the SJWs got involved and stole every word they could think of, Tranny used to stand for transvestite and transmission. Go figure with the age of the internet, the special snowflakes of the world would spread their hate.

  • Oppen

    The word is offensive, but I looked at a picture of him naked and I’ve decided to forgive him. Shout out to the comment from ‘daddy’s kitten,’ by the way.

  • Qiao

    Str8up trying the hardest to shield his golden boy

    • jacob221

      Yup

  • Trepakprince

    What’s depressing is how easily offended we all have become. #growsomestones

    • Xzamilloh

      That hashtag is insensitive to trans men… and Ted Cruz

      https://media4.giphy.com/media/R6bDgXEXCLcIw/200_s.gif

    • DrunkEnough

      How DARE you!

    • goosegui
    • Binary Busting Boo Boo Kitty

      Eat shit faggots!

      I wish everyone had been like ‘oh, everyone’s so sensitive these days’ back when gays were asking people not to call them faggots or any number of insults.

      You all don’t realize you are DIRECT BENEFICIARIES of this kind of social shaming.

      So, again: Eat shit faggots! Die of AIDS, butt pirates!

      See, offensive? Have some fucking empathy.

      • Trepakprince

        Oh get off your high horse Norma Rae. I’ve always been against censorship and clutching ones pearls over words. Free speech doesn’t protect what you like to hear but often it’s what is derogatory and obscene. I’ll group you with all the other warrior posters who are offended by anything and everything.

      • Maximus

        But we’re not talking about hate speech from cis-hetero people; we’re talking about a queer person using a word—with no intention of doing so offensively—that has been a term of endearment within the community longer than it has been an insult from outside the community.

        The offensive part in your hypothetical would be the death wish, not the word “faggots.” I interpret that term as having either a neutral or positive connotation when used by a queer individual. Furthermore, your hypothetical would clearly be intended as an insult regardless of the specific wording, and that’s what matters.

        • Xzamilloh

          How long has “queer” been a term for endearment within the community? In any case, it’s only been a slur for my entire existence, and it’s not a word I’ll be accepting anytime soon, regardless of how acceptable it becomes.

          • nick

            I hate “queer” and no amount of huffington post will change that.

          • Maximus

            It’s like a territory war—each side fights to take hold of various regions. We recently captured the major metropolis of “Queer” for our side, uprooted the hateful ones’ flag—it’s a Confederate flag with “Yes H8” stitched into the center—and replaced it with our rainbow flag—it also has unicorns on it.

        • Binary Busting Boo Boo Kitty

          Who cares if a queer person said it or not? He’s not transsexual, he owns no right to that word, ya faggot. What is really so hard for you to say ‘hey, let’s respect people in our cmmunity?” Do trans people who aren’t gay sit there and oarse what’s acceptable to say? No? That’s right. So stop being assholes to them, faggot.

          • Maximus

            I do respect people in our community. I just don’t see a meaningful distinction between homosexuals/bisexuals and transgenders when it comes to the type of hate speech that is directed toward us. We’re devalued in similar ways, for similar reasons. I believe that we would be stronger as a community if we could defang “tranny” by reclaiming it, especially since it didn’t belong to cis-hetero society to begin with. Lesbians have embraced the word “dyke” for awhile now. Gay men are beginning to ascribe positive connotations to “faggot” and its derivatives. “Queer” is now generally accepted as a neutral catchall term even in academia. Labeling certain words as taboo in and of themselves only makes us more vulnerable to emotional pain and subjugation.

          • Binary Busting Boo Boo Kitty

            Holy fucking god, dude, you’re spilling thesis after thesis of fauxacademia all because you bristle at trans people limiting what you might say about them. You do not own ‘tranny’ nor does this porn star. Get the fuck over it. I have no sympathy anymore for gay men when we get insulted, bashed etc. Because even the smartest of us intellectualize bigotry towards others instead of coming at issues with compassion.

            Jesus fuck. I wish they’d strip us of our rights. We deserve it for how continually shitty we treat others.

          • Maximus

            Let me start by saying that I don’t know what exactly characterizes “faux-academia,” but this is just how I speak/write. My syntax and verbiage will not kill you, I promise.

            Back to the matter at hand: I don’t see how anything I wrote condones bigotry. I would never support a cis gay man using “tranny” as a pejorative, just as I would never support a hetero trans person using “faggot” or “dyke” as a pejorative. Discrimination would of course also be unequivocally inexcusable.

            Look, I personally don’t use the word “tranny,” and I don’t intend to start. This debate will not affect my behavior in any way. However, I do believe that it’s a mistake to concede the word to hateful cis-hetero people. My view would likely be different had the movement to rethink the word’s connotations originated organically from within the community, but it didn’t; the dominant social group perverted an aspect of gay/drag/trans culture and tried to use it against us. Would you actually have us capitulate?

            Finally, I will restate my objection to viewing sexual orientation/preference and gender identity/expression as such distinct, unrelated concepts. The two are inextricably overlapping, are probably shaped by the same hormonal and neurological mechanisms, both violate gender norms, and frequently result in similar lived experiences (like when a male initially thinks he might be trans but eventually realizes that he is a feminine gay man, or when a male initially thinks he might be gay but eventually realizes that he/she is a trans woman). You are free to disagree, but that’s my stance.

      • Paul J

        I used to have no time for people moaning about being unable to use insulting words, but its gone too far now. It’s the intent that counts and there is a world of difference between Eat shit faggots! and Trannybathroom

        • Binary Busting Boo Boo Kitty

          No, there isn’t. There’s just YOU not being affected by it. Again, if people didn’t decide to stop giving a shit somewhere in the gay man’s struggle to curtail other people’s language, so don’t with others. That’s the ENTIRE FUCKING POINT of having an LGBT community.

          • Paul J

            It seems to me that you think the entire fucking point of having a LGBT community is to criticise each other for failing to meet standards imposed by a self appointed coterie of the easily offended. Diego Sans is not the enemy. Go support a real life transsexual and get some perspective.

    • DumDumBonerMaker

      People have always been this “easily offended” – they’ve just never had the means to rect so immediately in a (virtually safe) public venue that social media allows.

      You’re also pretty much doing the same thing with your comment, btw.

  • Scrapple

    Guess Diego didn’t recall all the flack Ru got over the whole “You’ve got she-mail” thing on Drag Race. But I don’t see how someone could be offended by what Diego wrote and then tweet “delete faggot” in response. People are weird. And phony.

  • Greg
  • Xzamilloh

    Shame on you, Diego… I’m gonna put you on my face and give you such a lashing

    http://mrwgifs.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/Alexandra-Breckenridge-Sees-a-Naughty-Boy-On-American-Horry-Story-Gif.gif

  • DrunkEnough

    Oh, Jesus, save us. There’s no indication that he meant it in a negative way. The Internet doesn’t allow anyone any space to learn…

    • Xzamilloh

      And these are the same individuals that ironically will call for “safe spaces” online for them. That is why “Twitter outrage” is like white noise at this point. You can string together a bunch of tweets and create a story about how people were “outraged” or got wet when Diego used the T word. Nothing against the trans community and I would not use that word, but I just do not care. The n-word as a black man doesn’t bother me, and this doesn’t. Just don’t say my head game is bad. Because dem’s fighting words.

    • OverKill
    • goosegui
    • Addy

      So if a straight person says faggot, it’s okay as long as it’s not “a negative way”? Fuck no.

      • turbo27

        Yes. Do you say that word? Anyone can, it’s just a word. Do you let other’s words define you?

        • Addy

          Anyone can say whatever they want, obviously, but that doesn’t make it okay on a moral sense. I think it’s stupid that people like you act like everyone should be okay with slurs being used. You don’t let it affect you? Great. That’s awesome for you! But not everyone is the same way. Some people have gone through some shit and seeing stuff like that makes their life worse. It’s not for you to decide whether that’s okay for them to feel or not. Faggot doesn’t hurt me anymore, but it DOES hurt other gay men. So I don’t think it should be thrown around, especially by anyone that isn’t a gay or bi man.

          People like you are one of the reasons this world is hellish. No fucking empathy.

          • turbo27

            No, i just don’t think that arbitrarily labelling a word a slur or “offensive” means anything. Who cares what people say, it’s only a slur if you let it bother you. Funny that if you are black or gay you can say N or F, but if you aren’t it’s offensive. Selective offense. I don’t mean to argue with you, we just disagree. But my life revolves so much more than a few words that mean nothing to me, from people I don’t know, or care to know.
            Have a good day.

          • Xzamilloh

            FUCKING THANK YOU!!!! That’s the exact same thing I said on another post, and some asshole called himself “reading me” over it. I’m black and I find the n-word one of the most ignorant words out there, and the “a” on the end doesn’t make it any better. But if my black people are intent on making it a part of pop culture while at the same time justifying its use by saying we’re “reclaiming it”, I see no justifiable reason to bar another race from using the “reclaimed” version. Because if the sting is removed, it has no potency, period. I contend that either everyone use a slur or no one use it… because it’s getting real damn old having to sift through the SJW dictionary to discover which words are now banned, which ones have been reclaimed, which words are “triggering” and blah blah fuckity niggity faggity trannity blah!!!

            http://i.imgur.com/FE3OPEM.gif?noredirect

  • Thomaz

    lol, imagine when they find the tranny and shemale categories in xvideos and similars….

  • Dale Bergman

    Diego probably regrets cutting his hair…

    • goosegui

      Yes honey…

    • Scrapple

      That remake Fox aired last night was shameful.

  • Fuck them. No, seriously, fuck all these people. Go police your own actions and leave people making jokes al… Oops, I forgot that you’re posting about twitter.

    Fuck twitter and the screech owls that think everyone should act, think, talk, and post like them, and no one should ever tell a joke they don’t like. Just, fuck that group of assholes.

  • jimboivyo

    WOW. Where was all this twitter outrage when white supremacist and racist Cameron Diggs was being discussed? smh.

    • Awe

      he’s a john doe lol who gives a fuck what that indigent thinks or does? diego has quite a lot of fans, furthermore… the more people know about your work the more attention you’re likely to get

  • nick

    twitter = people with too much time on their hands

    • jimboivyo

      or IN their hands.

  • Awe

    We, gay men, call each other ”girl”, sometimes faggot just for shits and giggles and we don’t reprimand each other. If he had meant it in a negative connotation, I would understand all the fuss over this. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/4589403d44e04f0349b602fc5487a11f5d2b939f540b7951bd698b484870f6f7.gif

  • sans

    There are only three genders.
    Male.
    Female.
    Mental disorder.

  • JohnJacobJingle

    I’d be more concerned that several years ago, pre-PrEP, he let me fuck and cum in him when I was visiting his area.

    • kireb

      it cannot be! he is a total top just like Rafael Alencar!
      XD

      • Andrew Simpson

        He got fucked in a video I saw on porn hub.

  • Christian

    Basic bitches be basic!

  • Aamyko

    I don’t think people are upset cos he’s using the word tranny, I think people are upset because it looks as though he seems to think that using the caption”#trannybathroom” is somehow funny..

    • sanfv

      Aamyko!!!! Hey girl! I love you!!!!!!!

      • Aamyko

        💋💋💋

    • goosegui

      I don’t think it was meant to be anything.

  • sanfv

    I’m torn on this. I’m an educator and have to balance free speech as I teach in a creative writing department but also adhere to safe spaces ( the real ones, not the memed ones you see on the web).

    I’m just asking where the outrage is for icon and kink where models are referred to as trannies. Guess Nica and Kink get free passes?

    • goosegui

      That is what I have to say about “Safe Spaces” https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/ca211e757d364f6a20274ae53a80a4209354034dcbeed4c1a7e04b478536831c.gif
      The world is hard, it’s real and it’s true. And sometime you will get your feelings hurt.

      • Stanford White

        Off Topic.
        But I’ve been marathoning episodes of Kitchen Nightmare’s and Hell’s Kitchen on Youtube all the week.
        And holy fuck has it been rewarding!!
        Gordon Ramsay is truly one of a kind…

        • goosegui

          Sup Stan, how goes it. You need to watch the Hell’s Kitchen unedited. For a straight man… He can read a bitch… IT’S RAW… IT’S FUCKING RAW, get the fuck out fatty, go fuck yourself you dumb cow. This gives me LIFE!!!

          Oh, and hope your night is well

          • Stanford White

            Oh absolutely, Gordon can read for filth, one of the shadiest queens I’ve ever seen.
            And you’re totally right, I just finished the first season of Hell’s Kitchen. And I’ve pretty sure it was the unedited, raw version (being that there was f-bombs galore and whatnot).

            I remember watching a few episodes of the first season of Hell’s Kitchen during it original airing back in the early 2000’s, enjoying it for the shock-factor alone, being that at that time in the States someone like Gordon Ramsay on TV was unheard of.
            But now watching it with all of Gordon’s colorful language on full display is quite the treat.

            But yeah, thanks man!
            You have a great night as well.

          • goosegui

            you also man… keep in touch

    • turbo27

      Safe spaces? Censorship? No thanks. If you are an educator, teach your students that they will have to deal with things they hear in life which may offend them. What is so hard about this?

  • Maximus

    The irony is that those expressing outrage are the ignorant ones. The term “tranny” was originally used as a term of endearment within the trans/drag subculture of the U.S. It was eventually appropriated by straight people as a pejorative, but it never lost its place among those who created it. By labeling “tranny” as a slur, we admit defeat at the hands of hateful cis-heteronormative culture. The empowering, progressive move would be to reclaim “tranny” for our community and deny anyone who would seek to attach a negative connotation to it. Sadly, people don’t do their research, and instead trust trendy hashtags and blog posts written by reactionary simpletons to construct new norms and define social justice.

    • pangelboy

      I’m usually on your side, but this is a reach. Diego is not a member of the trans community and therefore doesn’t have any claim to re-appropriate a slur that targets a community he isn’t a member of.

      • Maximus

        The queer community is a single community. We are all labeled as deviant and treated as a subordinate group for our violations of gender norms.
        •Gays: Men are supposed to have sex with women.
        •Lesbians: Women are supposed to have sex with men.
        •Bisexuals: People are supposed to have sex with only one gender (the opposite one).
        •Transgenders: People are supposed to identify with the gender that corresponds to their biological sex.

        As far as cis-hetero society is concerned, all queers belong within the same deviant subculture. I fully appreciate the distinction between being gay and being trans, but that distinction does not justify a schism.

        • pangelboy

          As far as cis-hetero society is concerned, all queers belong within the same deviant subculture.

          While gays, lesbians, and bisexuals are persecuted for their sexuality, by the wider straight community, transgender people are ostracized for their gender identity, by the wider cis and straight community.

          Gays, Lesbians, and Bisexuals that identify as cis are just as capable of transphobia as straight men and women are. Sexuality isn’t the common denominator here, but gender expression and identity.

          Intragroup conflict in the queer community shouldn’t be excused or swept under the rug, because doing so will only make one of the most vulnerable populations in our society even more marginalized.

          • Blacharrt
          • Maximus

            You’re absolutely right that LGBs can be transphobic, although I find that particular variety of intra-group bigotry even more disturbing than the bigoted attitudes of some cis-hetero people. I would still argue that because sexuality is defined by an individual’s gender and the gender(s) of that person’s sexual partners, sexuality is also a function of gender identity/expression. I therefore see no convincing reason for driving a wedge between the LGBs and the Ts.

            Most drag queens—drag and vogue have long facilitated the melding of gays/bisexuals and transgender people into a single queer community—are gay men, yet they are still subject to pejorative use of the word “tranny.” Likewise, transgender people are often subject to the pejoratives “faggot” and “dyke” despite the fact that many of them are heterosexual. If a cis-hetero person is bigoted enough to use any of those words as slurs, then that person likely perceives no meaningful distinction between the LGs, the Bs, and the Ts. Again, we’re all gender deviants.

          • pangelboy

            How is recognizing that cis gay men and woman can be transphobic and don’t have the right to use a slur that is rarely if ever used against them, unless they display transgender behavior (drag queens), driving a wedge between the community?

            Diego Sans is not transgender. He’s not a drag queen either. He’s a cis man. What chance does he have of facing transphobia? What chance does he have of being called a tranny?

            While society at large struggles with the idea, gender identity and sexuality are two close but distinct issues and the challenges placed on those who step out the norm are faced differently as well.

          • Maximus

            As a gay man, Diego potentially faces discrimination based on the fact that his behavior deviates from the norms for his biological sex. Some members of society will see him as inherently less of a man, i.e., not a “real” man because he doesn’t sleep with women. The specific insults hurled at him may not include “tranny,” but he would still be drawing ire for violating gender norms. I don’t buy the assertion that the affective and cognitive effects of being insulted with the words “faggot,” “dyke,” or “tranny” are each so substantially different as to make empathy impossible. I’m confident that all transgender people can accurately imagine what it feels like to be called a fag, even if it has never happened to them. I would never be offended by a heterosexual trans person using that word.

          • turbo27

            Who put all those together? Why is it called LGBT or whatever. Who cares.

          • pangelboy

            Joy Behar? I didn’t know you were into gay porn.

            http://stream1.gifsoup.com/view4/20150512/5207486/so-what-who-cares-o.gif

    • Xzamilloh

      You haven’t reclaimed a slur if the word being uttered non-aggressively or even with endearment by someone not in the community evokes such a visceral reaction. Which is why for the life of me I cannot figure out how there are black people who use the n-word with the a at the end as though that takes the sting off of it, but when we hear someone not black say it, there’s a problem. If a word has that much baggage, that much toxicity, it’s better to just not use it.

      • Pertinax
      • Maximus

        That’s true, unfortunately.. My post was intended to lament the failure to reclaim the word “tranny.” We really fucked that one up.

        I can’t comment on the n-word, as I’m not black. I can say that I use the word “faggot” and its various derivations as a way to rob it of its power over me. I find that doing so makes the word less inflammatory when I see/hear it used by a straight person as a pejorative.

        • Xzamilloh

          I don’t use the n-word except if reading something someone else said. I personally don’t need to use pejorative terms to take their power from them because they never had that power over me in the first place. Basically, it doesn’t bother me what terms people use for themselves, but I have to point out the weirdness of using words considered slurs as endearment, and then the connotation arbitrarily changes when uttered by another race or group, even if the context is identical.

          • Maximus

            Well, I admire your imperturbability.

            I wouldn’t call it arbitrary. Social context always matters when it comes to the way in which language is interpreted.

      • Andrew S.

        c’mon false equivalence!

        • Xzamilloh

          Proof by assertion is not proof. I can whip out logical fallacies, too. The point was to equate anything, but to point out the fact that slurs being “reclaimed” is an empty sentiment. You’re not reclaiming anything by making a slur something “endearing” and then getting up in arms when someone else says it, and not in a vitriolic way.

          “False equivalence”…I guess you showed me. (you didn’t show me)

          • Andrew S.

            it’s a false equivalence because your original comment ignores those who are BOTH trans and black in an effort to shame them surrounding an issue in this post that had no racial context to it.

            In the case of the N-word specifically the black bottom line is that if all it took for people to stop using it was black people not using it or respect for others then it never would exist in the first place would it. How black people meet that word is up to them and we all have the right to feel about it how we do.

            I don’t use it but I’m not about to turn around and shame another black person that does because that’s their right and someone that is going to disrespect us won’t be doing so solely off the strength of that word but instead other things (racism) so if making it part of everyday lexicon is what some people need to prepare themselves to hear it in an aggressive context then so be it because that word is never going to fall out of favor as long as racism exists and simply telling black people how to deal with it is dismissive at best and disrespectful at worst.

            so yes, I did show you in my first comment and OOPS – I did it again!

          • Xzamilloh

            My original comment pertains to the notion of using derogatory words as terms of endearment and how the context arbitrarily changes when uttered by someone not of that group but in the same context of endearment or in a non-vitriolic way. How many fucking times does that need to be said??? It’s not about race… wasn’t making it about race. It’s about the stupid fucking words!!! You’re just grasping for shit to harp on now. I’m done with you

          • Maximus

            But unlike the n-word, “tranny” was originally NOT a pejorative.

          • Xzamilloh

            Neither was “nigger”…. it became a “pejorative”, just like “tranny” has, but one that has more toxicity of the history of America and the world in general. Most slurs (like “faggot” and “queer”) did start as pejoratives and became pejoratives. But my point still stands: If a word has that much baggage, why even use it? I mean, you can, but if the sting is removed, it becomes harmless when uttered by anyone, no?

          • Maximus

            Really? I thought it was a pejorative from the beginning. Regardless, my position regarding “tranny” remains unchanged, as it does not have hundreds of years of hatred and oppression behind it. Some intellectually lazy Tumblr brat only just recently decided to get all worked up over it. I will not abide ignorance, nor will I condone the brand of illiberal censorship that refuses to take context into consideration. If people are offended by the word “tranny” regardless of who says it and the intent with which that person does so, then I suggest that they do some research into the word’s history and/or work on their emotion regulation skills with a qualified mental health professional.

          • Xzamilloh

            LOL… even the most tolerant of us on the left have our breaking point when it comes to catering to the perpetually offended.

          • Xzamilloh

            Here in the US, it’s use has always been as a pejorative, so to that extent, yes, it has always been bad. But much like nazis and the swastika symbol, it was something rather innocuous that was perverted and will never have any other connotation that of malice and degradation

  • pangelboy

    He isn’t trash for using a slur in a joke, but he definitely should delete the tweet and apologize. The outrage is pretty oversized to his actions, but I definitely understand where it is coming from. The LGBT community is, like the mainstream straight community, rife with transphobia (casual and not so casual). This is an example of someone who didn’t know any better using a term that is offensive. Do better, Diego.

    • Andrew S.

      agreed.

    • Andrew Simpson

      Disagree the people complaining about Diego comments were overwhelmingly female. The last thing a gay man should do is bow down to transgender or feminist bitches.

    • turbo27

      No, no need to. Everyone is offended by something. Get over it.

  • goosegui

    Are you fucking kidding me. I can’t even keep up with what I should or should not say anymore. This is crazy, he meant nothing by it. All of this is just a bunch of Hot Tranny Mess Bull Shit. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/37bfb3b52ba98012428cb6da92a4c891ae493d3f7bab83ca4c1dee93b98c7e87.gif
    Wait… can we still say Queen

  • sans
    • turbo27

      “triggered” another word for people who have to grow up and learn to deal with the real world.

  • Andrew Simpson

    I think transgender people are mentally ill and I hope Diego keeps the pic up. He did not say he hates transgender people or anything. Diego Sans is openly gay by the way he probably heard drag queens in gay bars make the comment. I notice a lot of females in the comment section of the pic probably a bunch of fem nazi bitches. Gay men need to stop allowing women to dictate how we view things. Those women are clueless Tranny is an affectionate term of endearment in gay culture in have heard many gay men use the term. Drag queens got no problem with it either.

    • pangelboy

      Homosexuality was classified as a mental disease in the DSM (Diagnostics Statistical Manual) until 1973. The same bigoted bullshit you’re writing was written about gays and lesbians and still is.

      Those women are clueless Tranny is an affectionate term of endearment in gay culture in have heard many gay men use the term. Drag queens got no problem with it either.

      Gay men aren’t transgender, so who gives a flying fuck about how or why we use the term? I don’t look to white people to understand how I should feel about the n-word.

      Drag queens are usually cis gay men as well, so you just repeated yourself.

      • Andrew Simpson

        Some people like you will be offended by anything anyone says. You need to learn to pick your battles. This is white noise and I doubt you and the people complaining are going to stop jerk in off to Diego Sans.

        • pangelboy

          One, don’t presume to know my masturbation habits. Until Diego Sans bottoms again, I’ll unfortunately have to continue my jerk off strike. Two, ignorance should be confronted everywhere it exists, whether it takes the form of homophobia or transphobia.

          People should strive to do better. I don’t want to live in a society where casually using slurs is acceptable behavior.

          • Andrew Simpson

            And you make the illogical argument that gay men should care about trans issues and I certainly do not. Trans struggles are not my struggle. Diego made a joke not a PC joke but he should not apologize. Some people always want to be the victim.

          • pangelboy

            Woman issues aren’t my struggle. Trans issues aren’t my struggle. Anti-latino issues aren’t my struggle. There are a host of issues that aren’t my struggle.

            I care about people in our society being treated fairly and respectfully. Seems like you don’t. That’s a fundamental disagreement we have.

    • Blacharrt

      the irony, isn’t that the very reason heterosexuals believe in Gay conversion therapy or praying the gay away… Bigots come in all shapes and sizes straight and gay… who knew… oh wait i did. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/8f6c852892f7c29dbd21564e8c2490250c7059d116853c06bccc2299ccbbf1a9.gif

  • sxg

    https://media0.giphy.com/media/133DHwxKoFPXpe/giphy.gif
    All these social justice cunts aren’t going to stop jerking off to him if he never apologizes. What an overreaction he clearly meant no harm when he said tranny.

    Besides, with boyfriend beater Ryan Rose, child molester Mike Dozer, and racist assholes like Trenton Ducati continuing to have a large fan base it’s clear fans of the gay porn community do a shitty job of knowing when to pick their battles.

    • Blacharrt

      I don’t jerk off to him now, Men.com is boring. And there are a ton of other Latin men who look better than him with bigger dicks.

      Oh and you can blame that other shit on White people

      • turbo27

        Agree, MEN is a terrible site, and I can’t watch Diego with those horrible tattoos. At least his haircut has recovered from the mess it was.

  • jviia

    Sooo who is is excited for the Nintendo Switch!

    • sans

      I AM I AM !!

  • Blacharrt

    When it comes to trans issues gay boys are usually as sensitive as donald trump is respectful of women… Get it together and be respectful of your own damn community. We all know that minority experiences are dismissed as noise to the majority, and i am getting real tired of hearing gayboys be passive or bigots on this fucking issue.
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/059c07f8dc3bda4ad2ae64f2d9bf21dbd60a805ad78cf4536a50ed1df4e500ba.gif
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/b580318b7334e9451e084784c3c63efdfd4f03119962238001d2d3b0edffdbf5.gif

    • pangelboy

      Let one of this G4P idiots use faggot or fag and watch these same dudes clutch their pearls about the injustices of homophobia and how straight men have invaded gay porn…

      • Blacharrt

        and scream about how the gay porn industry should just be for gays, and how horrible the gay 4 pays are making the industry… they need to get their lives right. Because how can they not understand this are the very same issue we face… it’s clear as day.

        • pangelboy

          I think most people are just ignorant and glad to stay that way. There’s a lot of people who don’t even try to seek out knowledge about topics that don’t have anything to immediately do with them.

          Like people in this thread crying about SJW’s and safe spaces. Bunch of knuckle-draggers.

      • Andrew Simpson

        Diego Sans is a gay man he is NOT gay for pay. This guy has male lovers he has talked about being gay and his family knows he does gay porn.

        • pangelboy

          Could you have missed the point even harder?

    • Addy

      As a gay guy I can safely say the gay male community is fucking awful. All your tea is truth.

  • Andrew S.

    nothing’s more fun that people dismissing things that don’t affect them! LMAO

    This was douchey and idiotic for sure and whether or not he meant offense – I think he didn’t – it isn’t fair to dismiss trans people and how they feel about their own slur & its use. We as gay men have got to understand that even if the multitude of slurs are hurled at us in a dehumanizing way that it doesn’t give us the right to reclaim things that don’t belong to us.

  • Andrew Simpson

    To many politically correct people on the Internet. Diego should do nothing and carry on with his life. Too many feminist bitches and transgender feminists trying to dictate how gay men speak. Many gay men say queer, girl, bitch, Tranny, cunt ect. They are making it seem like Diego comment is a word of malice and contempt. He did not use the word to attack trans people.

  • Alann6

    I’m sure Diego didn’t mean any harm, but an apology would be nice.

    • turbo27

      unnecessary.

  • TheThom

    Question: who fucking cares?

  • Eric

    Gimme a break!

  • R.A.M.J

    What a bunch of overly sensative pussies. They just havent been offended in 3 days and needed something to be offended by. I hope he doesnt apologize.

    • Andrew Simpson

      I did notice most of the complainers were female not gay men.

  • Phill McGroin

    ..

  • nick

    What is “cis” ?

    • turbo27

      another nonsense label.. forget it.

  • tjf1306

    Twitter warriors…. it isn’t hate speech so pull the political correct poles out of your butts… People get so butt hurt these days, grow a pair (see what i did there)

  • Brilliant seeing all these gay men deciding what should and shouldn’t be considered offensive when it comes to slurs referencing other people. Being the G in LGBT doesn’t mean you can decide something isn’t offensive to the T community.

  • graveexchange

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_unlawfully_killed_transgender_people

    http://www.advocate.com/transgender/2016/9/16/these-are-trans-people-killed-2016

    Once this stops happening, I will gladly shout it from the rooftops. Until then, any widely disseminated usage of slurs encourages a culture of ignorance and suffocates empathy.

    “He said it, why can’t I?”
    “If he said it, it must be okay for me too!”
    “They said it, so that entire group of people who are unlawfully murdered don’t deserve political correctness.”

    If you simultaneously complain about not understanding the impact of these slurs and plug your ears when someone tries to enlighten your bratty ass, then you’re an asshole.

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  • BlogZilla

    Then what are supposed to call them, she-males? Fuckin freaks…