Falcon’s Urban Spokes Does Not Feature A Single Model Of Color

Posted January 10, 2017 by with 137 comments

urban11Falcon Studios (or any gay porn studio) is not known for featuring diverse casts, so while another Falcon movie with all white men is not exactly a surprise, the decision to name this movie Urban Spokes and still not feature a single model of color is…ironic? This all-white Urban cast features Griffin Barrows, Connor Patricks, Brent Corrigan, Ryan Rose, Rod Peterson, JJ Knight, and Trenton Ducati riding their bicycles around San Francisco, a city comprised of over 51% non-white residents. Maybe they all take the bus.

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Falcon’s first three Spokes movies (all of which also featured 100% white men) were titled Spokes, Spokes II, and Spokes III, so Falcon could’ve easily just called this sequel Spokes IV and gotten away with yet another all-white movie without calling any special attention to themselves. (Again, all-white movies in gay porn are the norm.) But, they deliberately chose to use the word “urban,” and then they filmed seven white men on-location in one of the most ethnically diverse cities in America. A city that, apparently, no one at Falcon Studios is interested in understanding or representing on film.

86704_03Note that putting a Latino, black, or Asian model in this movie (or any movie) is not about meeting some racial diversity quota or token inclusion, it’s simply about actually living in the real world. It’s 2017, you’re in San Francisco, and you named your movie about white men Urban Spokes? Seek help.

[Falcon: Urban Spokes]

  • Xzamilloh

    Yeah… they threw us a bone though… some of the white guys are wearing black spandex. So there is some black there. See? #Progress

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    • 1234

      Typical Americans! I pray that the studio meets a miserable end for producing such bad “porn.”

    • sam my

      Everyone knows it dont get more “urban” than white guys, wearing black.

    • Maximus

      How dare you seek to dilute my white world?! It’s as if you want all races to be equal or something!

      http://www.reactiongifs.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/crazy-talk.gif

  • Xzamilloh

    Oh, look… there’s Trenton Ducati again. He’s been on here A LOT lately. I’m surprised he still has that House In Virginia and not an Apartment In Detroit Somewhere.

  • bob80

    And I’m sure that if they casted an all black ensemble and called it “urban” there would be people seeing it racist and stereotypical. I don’t understand the problem TBH, there are only white guys in this movie so just take it as it is, a porn movie with white guys. Personally I like all kind of men, and there is a lot of choice on internet (black, asian latino and whites). I only feel that we aren’t seeing enough indian and arab men. Can someone here go to the middle east and India and start filming these hot mofo having gay sex?

    • Ed Woody

      In defence of the word ‘urban’, all it means is ‘to do with the city, as opposed to the countryside’. The film is set in a city, so calling it ‘urban’ is not a lie.

      ‘Urban’ only came to mean some kind of euphemism for ‘black’ because people weren’t allowed to say the N word anymore. So, yes it’s basically a racist term in that it only exists to cover for another racist term.

      • Zachary Sire

        No. Not sure where you grew up or where you are now, but in every aspect of American media, “urban” connotes African-American and racially diverse culture in big cities. It’s not a euphemism and it’s not even remotely a racist term as it’s generally used.

        • Pertinax

          I would never link the word ‘urban’ to a cultural/racial term if you hadn’t said it above, because in my language ( and to some extent in the others that I learned ) urban only means ” things related to the cities “, but English isn’t my language and you know it better than me, so thanks to teach me. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/08df8ab3cfe9a3dce2b84ba06614afaac7af0217556633bc07056999862c7541.jpg

        • quangtran

          Why be dismissive when Ed Woody is technically correct? That is the literal definition as per the dictionary. When you can article comparing country folk and artisanal sandwich-eating urban folk, they aren’t referring just to African American.

          As for the debate about it being a common or racist term, the truth is somewhere in the centre. The word urban is often used as coded language when refering to POC.

        • Maximus

          Ed is correct in terms of contemporary academic usage of the term “urban.” Urban sociology, for instance, is a subfield focused upon life and society within densely populated, industrialized financial/cultural centers, i.e., cities.

      • Xzamilloh

        I’d say “thug” is more in line with the kind of euphemism racists like to throw out in lieu of the n-word, and now it’s used to denote any less than savory person, but I contend that is only because of how many times the Fox News bunch got called on using “thug” when talking about black men. I may have my issues with a lot of things I see in the black communities, but I also agree with a lot of the things said concerning words only meant for us

        • sanfv

          Yes!

          “Urban” was a substitute for the n word up until about 10-15ish years ago when whites began moveing to urban areas and using the term. “Thug” and “hoodlum” are the go to substitutes now.

    • Xzamilloh
      • sxg

        One of the hottest bores that Raging Stallion ever gave us. Except when he was fisting, he was pretty good at that.

        • Xzamilloh

          I liked him… he was down for anything with anyone… my favorite scene is with him, Francois Sagat, and Jay Black. And the fisting scene with that one guy. I know his last name is Lasalle.

          • sxg

            He was an OK top, nothing spectacular about his performances. What I feel mostly fueled his popularity is that he was Turkish, and at that time performers from the middle east and surrounding areas were far more rare than they are now. Also I think it’s either Marc or Eric LaSalle. One of them was a pornstar, the other was on E.R. lol

          • Xzamilloh

            Marc LaSalle… thank you. He looks a little like Eriq LaSalle lmao. I wonder where he went. His scene with Justin Christopher was hot, too.

            http://small1.myjub.com/eyecandy_img/3218/sex_gaymes-marc_lasalle_5_3218_8.jpg

    • Zachary Sire

      “And I’m sure that if they casted [sic] an all black ensemble and called it “urban”…”

      No, this is the gay porn industry. If they did that, they’d probably just call it “Blackballed.”

      • bob80

        Or to be racist something with “thug” in it.

        And thanks for noticing my spelling mistake. English is not my first language, I didn’t know “casted” wasn’t correct.

      • Zealot

        Or “Urban Blackout” or “Thug City” or “Gangsta Wheelz”!

    • Jay Kwellin

      “I don’t understand the problem TBH”

      That’s probably because you’re a latent racist, boo.

      • bob80

        Telling me I’m a racist because you don’t share my point a view is a very weak argument. I won’t even take the time to explain to you why it’d be complete nonsense for me to be racist because of my personal circumstances, but you need to stop cheapening that word. Racism is a serious issue, throwing that word randomly at someone who has a different opinion does not help the cause, it just renders the word meaningless.

        Just articulate your point of view and don’t insult your own intelligence by behaving like a Donald Trump dismissing others with outrageous and baseless insults.

        • I Slay, All Day

          Well when I read your comment, I thought you were a latent racist as well. People who operate in spaces where they are often in the majority are dismissive of problems minorities face.

          The equivalent would be left handed people complaining about something right handed people don’t notice because the majority of people are right handed.

          Bottom line: not “understanding the problem” doesn’t mean that there is NOT problem in the first place. Check yourself, please. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/2229669348f4e9714d170f3828ba450e34403687baff112c7f66b796728a607d.gif

          • bob80

            I don’t see racism with a porno called “Urban” that only features white dudes. That’s just the way I see things. If there was a porno called “winter in Finland” that only featured black dudes I’d be ok with it. I just don’t want to attach label to people/race. Equating black with “urban” is reductive IMO. Urban can literally mean anyone. I don’t believe that’s being racist, at least not IMO. Now there are real issues with racism in porn like calling black people “thug”, that for me is more damaging than not calling them “urban”.

          • I Slay, All Day

            this reminds me of that sitcom Friends…. based in NYC but only showed white people. I couldn’t understand then, and I don’t understand now. Urban means diverse, to me at least. But birds of a feather and all that. The gay community is more heterogeneous than ever… as seen in this evidence.

          • bob80

            That’s how I see it, urban means anything. You could cast an all black or asian ensemble and call it urban too, It’d be normal. I wouldn’t be screaming “WHERE ARE THE WHITES???”.

  • Trepakprince
  • YoungAD

    From dictionary.com

    urban

    adjective
    1.
    of, relating to, or designating a city or town.
    2.
    living in a city.
    3.
    characteristic of or accustomed to cities; citified:

    As usual, the showrunner here is an overly dramatic douche.

  • NickDC

    Is it possible that Falcon was being overly sensitive and felt that “Urban Spokes” was too similar to “Spooks” which is a extremely disparaging and highly offensive term used to refer to a black person that originated in the 1940’s and in order to avoid any allegations of racism Falcon went with a lily white cast? 😉

  • CaptainFabulous

    Since when does the word “urban” mean “people of color”? Urban simply means city. If you go to an “urban planning” meeting to you expect it to be about issues relating to PoC?

    Please keep your faux outrage for issues that are genuinely worthy. This one ain’t it.

    • Two Cents

      I am always stuck on the question of ‘what issues are genuinely worthy’. Cause if the genuinely worthy issues are voting rights and lynching then we don’t have that in this industry, but what we do have is the problem Zach pointed out. It’s about the problem we see where we see it, in whatever form it takes. Unless you are one of those folks who believe that black people should be fine with suffrage and safety and leave it at that.

      • CaptainFabulous

        So which issue, exactly, are you stuck on? That it’s an all-white porn flick, or that they use “urban” in the title? Because honestly, neither one are really worthy, nor do they promote suffrage or danger.

        • Two Cents

          My issue is in having an all white porn cast in a city (or urban environment) that is mostly POC. It would be ironic any other place but in porn but we just say it is what it is.

          But my question to you was what would make it worthy because thats what we hear all the time – this is a minor or no issue because there’s no lynching cross burning or voting rights discrimination. That’s what I meant by that. I’m saying that just because it’s not a big issue doesn’t mean it’s not an issue and it’s ‘big’ in context of this industry and the problems of racism in it. The problems are not suffrage and lynching but racial discrimination. You know like hiring actors who flat out will not work with POC like one of the leads in the film.

          • CaptainFabulous

            You realize it’s the equivalent of crying wolf, right? If you constantly bitch and moan about every little thing then when there is something genuinely worth complaining about no one is going to pay any attention. You have to learn how to pick and choose your battles.

          • Two Cents

            If its wrong then its wrong whether its a wolf or not. If people choose to ignore what they know is wrong just because its not a major wrong to them, then the problem is with them not me. The whole idea that it has to be a big or major problem for people to pay attention is whats wrong with this whole discussion – people thinking that its not racism because Falcon didnt burn a cross on the lawn or because they didnt have sex with a lynched asian. No, if you think its wrong to exclude based on race then it doesnt matter how small of an issue it is, its not right. And I do pick my battles. Im not fighting one right now. Im on a message board sounding off, come check for me and my sanity if I turn it into a straight up protest.

          • CaptainFabulous

            See, the problem is that it’s not wrong, no matter how much you want it to be. There is plenty of PoC porn. There are studios that only feature PoC in their porn. Are they racist for not featuring whites (who are the minority)? Would you be just as irritated if one of their stars refused to work with white men?

            If you don’t like Falcon, don’t watch their content. If you don’t like Ducati because he doesn’t like to work with PoC, then don’t watch his videos. It’s that simple. The problem with crying wolf about every little thing is that you then begin to perceive every little thing as a personal effrontery to you, even when it’s not. Stop looking for racism where there is none.

            Put on your big boy pants and move on. There is nothing to see here.

          • Two Cents

            Yeah, its wrong and it wont become right just because you dont see it as a problem. Were all entitled to our ignorance. The point is not that theres black performers in porn the question is whether they get the same chance as white peformers in porn. When youre black and can make the same money as Trenton while saying I only want to work with black people then I will say theres no racism. The studios with only black performers in them exists because white performers dont want to work with them not because they dont want to use white models – like Trenton. Falcoln employs people who say I dont want to work with black people period and that should offend you on some level. If it doesnt that says something about you.

            Im not going to answer some hypo about whether theres a black model who doesnt want to work with white people because you dont know one and I dont know of any. What I do see is a white man in Trenton Ducati who says he wont and that means that a black person doesnt get to be in a film and make coin. Its one thing to say I dont find this model attractive, its another to say I dont want to work with black people. If you see that as just a reason to “not watch” then fine for you, but I dont care for that kind of bull ish because again, its wrong. As for crying wolf, that what you call it because you are only looking for the burning cross, the white hood, or the whites only sign. To me wrong is wrong regardless of the size of the wrong. I got on my big boy pants, I need you to take off your rose color glasses because maybe you would see that there is something here, its just not what you like or want to admit is there.

          • CaptainFabulous

            Yeah, I’m not going to argue with you any more. Believe whatever nonsense makes you feel all warm and squishy inside.

          • Two Cents

            Yeah, I thought it was time to end it when you claimed that you were ‘reasoning’ with folks and the best you could come up with was to just say – oh, put on your big boy pants nothing to see here. And I do love my nonsense especially when those trying to reason with me aint got ish to offer in reply but commands. Sleep well!

          • Rockhard

            PoC studios exist simply because the models can’t get reliable work with the mainstream studios. But it’s always been like that for minority businesses in general. It’s sad that you just accept for the way it is though. This isn’t just needless complaining. 49% of the country is ok with racism being tolerable and you’re one of them.

          • James Withers

            “Put on your big boy pants and move on. There is nothing to see here.” The big boy argument. How lover-ly.

          • 1234

            Jawohl, gnaedige Frau

          • Frank Kobalt

            You can always tell you’ve struck a nerve when people simultaneously claim something is not an issue while making it an issue. If the movie is not an issue, why are you hear arguing so furiously against making it an issue. You keep writing “every little thing” — it’s not a little thing to me, or to most of the people here. And we’re not going to stop speaking up about it. Period. Why is that an effrontery to you? You don’t have to comment, since it’s so not an issue for you. This is racist. Proven your interest in stopping us from saying so, which we are not now and not ever going to do.

            Put on your own big boy pants, and move on if you can’t deal with the people here calling out racism. Because we are not going to stop. That you will always see here, and your vested interest in shutting down that conversation instead of just going away demonstrates the importance of speaking up. Get over it.

  • Victor

    That’s because “certain” performers in this movie don’t want to work with non whites. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/4a0aa1ddfba76f629947763c579d34eb531ec25cd4d7816f458de42492c3ce19.gif

    • Rockhard

      I could have sworn to see a scene from some movie on Pornhub. It started Ms. Ducati in a threesome with two models one of them being black. It was strange because of these rumors (Ms. Ducati hasn’t confirmed anything herself of not associating with minorities except for light skinned Latinos)

      • 1234

        I’m happy that Madame Ducati was so gracious to have sex with a LIGHT skinned Latino

      • McM.

        Latino is an ethnicity.

      • James Johnson III

        One of the only scenes of Ducati’s that I find watchable features a model of color: his three way with Angel Rock and Damian Taylor

      • Xzamilloh

        That would be this beige sex on a stick, Damian Taylor. And to my recollection, he only did one scene with non-white actor named Samson. But I don’t really care that so and so only wants to sleep with such and such race. Ducati’s old tweets just rubbed me the wrong way, and he’s never not been a piece of shit ever since, especially the Trayvon Martin ones

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  • Lil’ Luiz

    Meh, at some point I just stopped caring…
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  • groovy.

    “ALSO STARRING TRENTON CAN’T-AFFORD-A-DUCATI”

    there is your answer.

    • Pertinax

      L.O.L. Yes, yes…I understand (‘ Ducati ‘ = $ ), but Ducati in Italian means ‘ dukedoms ‘.

      • 1234

        Isn’t he Italian AMerican?

        • Pertinax

          I think Ducati may be his porn surname, a fake one. As an American he must have as many roots as one can imagine, although I think he resembles a Italian man… Maybe someone from the south of Italy : Il Mezzogiorno… ” Jersey Shore’s Guido ” like, you Americans name this type. P. S. : Say what you want, boys, but I think he’s very desirable : A handsome man with lots of hair on that head. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/d06a7bafca19a42463bedccac7846053b7e4a44197e84570704b10db2248e26a.jpg

          • 1234

            OK don’t call us when he slaps you around for being “too gay.” Jersey Shore Guidas are such a poor representation of real Italians (they’re Americans)

          • Pertinax

            Yes, I know. The term belittles and reduces all Italians at only one low level, as prejudice always does, but I learned it with American people and no one can deny that it was coined to reffer to certain kind of Italian – American descent. The same with ” Deigo “.

    • Ceecee

      I could maybe sorta understand it if he was a good performer, but he’s a racist diva AND he’s just kinda blah in action.

      • 1234

        His last name tips people off, so his attitude isn’t shocking

  • Sed

    There should be a poll of most racist gay porn company. As bad as they are I don’t think Falcon would win.

    • Two Cents

      Yeah, cause second or third place in that category would be better.

  • stephen
  • V1

    Falcon can cast their movies and scenes however they want, but if they released a movie called PARIS SPOKES, I’d sorta be disappointed if it didn’t include at least one or two hot French guys. With Urban Spokes set in Frisco, I’m disappointed that it doesn’t feature a cast that better reflects the dynamic mix of cultures and races of this important city.

  • OverKill

    Ducati & Rose
    https://media.giphy.com/media/3VIAKxaoQoDss/giphy.gif

    That’s enough for anyone not to watch alone. Title doesn’t bother me just those that the industry still cast to be in it. Industry today just have
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  • sanfv

    As someone who lives in the 7×7, the movie is accurate. A group of white gays going around the town excluding POC’s because “it’s not what they’re into”. Looking at you Ducati!

    Many POC gays avoid the Castro now because of this. They all go to Oakland, which is now almost gentrified as SF is now.

    • Two Cents

      I wanted to visit San Fran one of these days but I guess Im going to have to skip it and WEHO. If a brotha cant get a fair shake just bc hes black then no thanks.

      • LoveCoates

        What’s the tea on WeHo?

        • Two Cents

          I’m told that if you are a brotha or Asian WEHO can be a rather depressing experience bc you get no love. Its a town of Marc Dylans attitudes and they’re not checking for you bc of it.

          • LoveCoates

            Sounds about right, where’d this news come from?

          • Two Cents

            Just heard from so many brothas who have been and stuff I’ve read online here and other places. People have said go to say you went but don’t expect to get anything but ignored and ignorance. There’s some white guys who show interest but they’re few and far between. Marc Dylan’s mindset is the way of WEHO.

          • LoveCoates

            Hm. So what are some better cities/places?

          • Two Cents

            I can’t tell you that exactly right now, especially after this Prez race but when I find some I’ll let you know.

          • Two Cents

            From brothas who’ve been and reading here and other sites. They say go to say you went but don’t expect anything but being ignored and ignorance. Marc Dylan’s mindset is the way of WEHO.

    • Rockhard

      They can get away with it for West Coast cities since they are all gentrified and mainly white. There is no “urban” on that side. Though if they try that shit in something like Atlanta then for sure they will get criticized heavily.

      Funny enough it’s ironic since those cities are the “enlightened” liberal cities yet the casual racism seems so much worse and insidious and worst of all brushed off.

    • 1234

      Isn’t Dickati originally from Texas??

  • TK

    Rod Peterson is in it and he’s orange…that’s a color.

  • Todd

    In its entire history, has Falcon even used twelve black models?

    ….. https://m.popkey.co/0303cb/K9Y98.gif

    • sxg

      Yes. Even if you don’t include biracial guys (that we know of) like Sean Zevran or Matthew Rush. Falcon has been around for decades so yea it’s likely.

      • GayhawkAZ

        OG Johnson was one. His scenes in Night Flight are still pretty fucking hot, even today.

        • Blacharrt

          OMFG it was and the one seen he had in the Aspen series… my god that man, what happened to him.

          • GayhawkAZ

            I wish I knew! I can only hope that monster cock of his never got neglected. 😉

  • Zealot

    Maybe Falcon meant by “urban” to infer urban Salt Lke City.

    • SethMaster

      or urban as in Manhattan, Toronto, London, or Paris.

  • 76disqus

    Why is America so fixated on race? I am a visible minority (not black) and I do not demand that a person of my ethnicity be in every gay porn film/scene. Everybody just chill. I see all white porn; all black porn; and all latin porn and I am not angry at that or feel discriminated against. This film has all white guys so freaking what. Get over it race nazis.

    • Two Cents

      Nobody is fixated on race, its just when you dont get the equal play others get you start to ask why. Most days most Americans are chill AH. You see all black porn but the question is whether you see it at all the mainstream studios or even one. Thats the point. You see all white folks at the scummy studios and at the mainstream ones. You dont see that for latin, black, or asian casts. If it aint the same for everyone then theres reason to start asking why. Thats not a fixation its just trying to get your cut.

      • CaptainFabulous

        “Nobody is fixated on race”, but now I’m going to tell you why I’m fixated on race.

        • Two Cents

          We just have different definitions of fixation. Your definition of fixation means anything more than turning a blind eye. Mine is when its wrong call it out. Your response is what could be beyond but not the feeling that its wrong. But I got you bruh, you dont have a problem with separate but equal as long as folks all get along.

    • 1234

      You should go back to your own country since you feel that way

    • James Withers

      “Why is America so fixated on race?” A few history books might give an answer. Check out DuBois’ Black Reconstruction.

  • sxg

    Oh and it includes at least 1.5 people not willing to do a scene with a black guy!

    This is like when 60 Minutes did a segment on the ebola outbreak in Africa without ever interviewing a black African person!
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=mrADU-L65GI

    • Marik Ishtar

      That’s nothing knew. Flint, Michigan has a large black population but the media only focused on the white families.

  • Dave

    OMG…..It’s a porno!! Get over yourselves already. Always singling out Falcon and Men when this has always been an issue with many other studios. Where was the post here when GH referred to its black model as “chocolate”? Is this to mean if a movie has “Suburb” in its title it should be all white dudes?? Urban simply means set in a city…at least that is clear what Falcon intended.

    • CaptainFabulous

      You’re wasting your breath, as I am mine. People have become so hypersensitized they see racism everywhere they look, and nothing you say, no amount of reasoning or logic, is going to change their minds. No Blacks, no Latinos, no Asians? RACIST!

      Let them stew in their own bile. I’m tired of trying to reason with them.

      • Rockhard

        I know right. This is fine. Separate but equal was well alright. The 1960s civil rights protests were hypersensitivity all right. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/d868a7850dfe7b342517cf0b87624444045f3cffc936d4b1070950b6e999cfb8.png

      • I Slay, All Day

        Spoken like a true Trumper. Have you collected bricks for the wall or snitched on a Muslim lately?

        • lordgabux

          mmm, yeah, we want to be equal but separated, see? We call ourselves AFRICANamericans, see, we are Americans, but a different kind of Americans… #labels

          • I Slay, All Day

            My last name will always connect me to my family regardless of how I feel about them. No matter what kind of American you are, you’re still American… Douche

          • lordgabux

            The fact that you need to resort to name-calling shows how narrow-minded and silly you are.
            “No matter what kind of American you are” is the stupidest thing you could have say to defend your position. And that’s why you didn’t understand my words. There aren’t supposed to be different kinds of Americans. WE cannot say we are the same and keep using terms to divide us.

          • I Slay, All Day

            Where are you from?? We ARE NOT the same. We will never be the same. Our experiences are different, our values, perspectives, and priorities are different therefore we cannot be the same. One cornerstone of American culture is individuality and diversity.
            People like you who choose not to acknowledge that and paint everyone with one broad stroke are a huge part of the problem. You don’t want to have a discussion in the first place. No matter what your beliefs are, that is a fallacious perspective.
            But you know what, you keep denying issues and maybe they will go away. I would hate to see what would happen if you ever got a House In Virginia… https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/0413bdde27084bbc234155fe60073215d8eef13f1ec1eadbb7f90071398b5b10.gif

          • lordgabux

            keep saying people are not the same but keep wanting equal rights.
            Your limited understanding of the English Language baffles me, and I’m not going to dumb it down for you.

  • revertstar

    this is not what actual bike messengers look like at all, at least not in NYC.

  • Scrapple
    • A.C.

      I appreciate you for that sir!

    • Blacharrt

      well let’s see what they do for Black History month… i’m guessing blackface.

      • Scrapple

        I’m thinking they’ll do a The Nutty Professor parody featuring XL in every role.

        • You win the comments.

  • revertstar

    all of these guys look like minor variations of exactly the same person, same build, same hair, same faces, same skin tone. it all seems quite bland and uninspired.

  • Pertinax
    • 1234

      Too bad his hot sweaty ass & body aren’t in gay porn

    • gaysiantwink

      Oh hey, a familiar face. 😮

      • Pertinax

        L.O.L. Kinda of a ‘ Doppelgänger ‘ !

  • moondoggy

    I know this is trite to say, but we are talking about porn so there’s no point in pretending not to care about superficial things. I rarely complain about condom studios (except when they are housed within parent companies that use the same models to do bareback scenes). But with the possible exception of Connor, every single person on the cover has done multiple bareback scenes and some are obviously prolifically bareback. If they are reviving a movie franchise that has not one but two precondom prequels, the first of which was about a guy getting fucked raw by EVERYONE else in the movie including the straggler who took a wrong turn, then surely this would have been the ideal time for Falcon to unburden itself of the condom obligation.

    http://www.nightcharm.com/imagesblog/2013/01/spokes21.jpg
    http://www.nightcharm.com/imagesblog/2013/01/spokes51.jpg

  • I tweeted about this last week and thought I was the only one that saw the “irony” in the title. Thanks for being the most woke blogger in all of gay porn Zach. 😘 https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/05ad03408a3450847af90b5a1ce07532e5b6505bf64b16f08288b18c8e779ac3.jpg

  • Marik Ishtar

    Meanwhile sites such as Thug Hunter, Gay Patrol, and Fuck You Cracker depict another side of the problem.

  • Travis

    Falcon is trash anyway. It annoys me how many amazing black guys/men of color are out there in porn & just get passed over such as Bamm Bamm, Deepdic, D-block, Knockout, Mike Mann, JJ Handler & countless others but we keep getting these crooked-dicked white fugs. I mean, these guys don’t even get proper names. It’s sad…

  • sans

    Man those SJW would freakout over this.

  • Zavier

    It’s fine. If white gays dont want to include black gays into their group then why should they ? Why should we complain ?…. so they can give blacks a pity fuck ? No thank you.

    • I Slay, All Day

      True!

    • Blacharrt

      Not a pity fuck, opportunity to show they can sell. Which if previous stars have been any indicator, they sure as hell can. They can easily pair them with latino, asian, native, or black costar, they don’t have to be white, and it doesn’t have to be a pity fuck

  • Maximus

    I think the most important question here is whether producers of entertainment media have an ethical obligation to make their products representative of the diversity that exists within society. I believe that they do, but evidently, the people at Falcon disagree.

    Gay porn studios, https://media4.giphy.com/media/2pclq72LTyMMw/giphy.gif

  • Greninja

    Well I’ve never been a fan of the use of ‘urban = poc’ or ‘urban = ghetto’, so I have no problem with this. Most big cities are melting pots, so I understand why a diverse cast would make more sense. I like men of all colors, and I like to see same or different color guys fucking each other. Not all studios or people like that.

  • SethMaster

    Falcon is like Madonna.

  • lordgabux

    First of all, the word URBAN might be associated with black people but is not the only meaning it has, so let’s not get there. Most words mean more than one thing and are used differently from place to place.
    Lucas Entertainment showcases men of all ethnicities but we conveniently forget it exists because we don’t like Duck Face. Still, why focus on what is clearly not happening instead of pay attention to where the diversity actually happens?
    #justsaying
    Random fact: ever heard of the Warsaw Guetto?
    It doesn’t have anything to do with black people.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warsaw_Ghetto

  • Moo Min

    Should’ve been called Suburban Spokes…

  • Stewpots

    So?