Gay Porn Star Jake Porter: Rape Allegations Against Harvey Weinstein Have “Zero To Do With The Real World. Who Cares.”

Posted October 10, 2017 by with 53 comments

porterAndrew Christian underwear model and Men.com gay porn star Jake Porter took to Twitter this afternoon to tell his fans that he “doesn’t give a fuck about Harvey Weinstein” because “it has absolutely 0 to do with anything going on in the real world.”

jakeLast week, The New York Times published an explosive article revealing that, over the course of three decades, Weinstein had settled at least eight lawsuits for sexually harassing and assaulting women while he ran one of the largest media companies in the world. This morning, The New Yorker published its own article revealing even more accusations of harassment, and allegations from three women that Weinstein had raped them. The New Yorker piece includes audio (Weinstein was under investigation by the NYPD) of Weinstein admitting to groping a woman.

It should come as no surprise that accusations of sexual harassment and rape don’t matter and aren’t part of the “real world” for someone like Jake Porter, as he’s been a longtime supporter of another alleged rapist, Donald Trump, as well as a strong defender of notorious misogynist and professional internet troll Milo Yiannopoulos.

Porter’s tweet had 19 “likes” as of post time, one of which came from gay porn star Billy Santoro. Santoro was accused of physically assaulting his husband back in July.

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  • Tim

    The reaction of anyone who has ever suffered any form of sexual attack is self evident.

    I don’t follow entertainment news. I had no clue who that creep was until this story broke. i don’t care, in general terms, about a lot of parts of this. But a major hollywood production company was hushing up and threatening to sue the pants off people who claimed the leader of the company sexually assaulted/harassed/pressured/raped them. That matters even if you don’t watch movies (I don’t) or have very narrow entertainment tastes (as I do). Hollywood has power in America, and men have power in America. It is only a matter of time, given the statistics, before something like this breaks in the LGBT community. And given the crosscurrents between sexism and homophobia (and in real ways you could say they are the same thing) we should all be on our guard and supportive.

    But from this guy, this is to be expected. Such a shame. But expected.

    • n24rc

      You’d be surprised sometimes the abused becomes the abuser and enabler. Hazing and bulling has the same phenomenon as Rape, it’s a culture of silence and complicity that fosters it. And sometimes victims of it can also be perpetrators with the logic that if they had to deal with it, others have to. It sickens me that attitude exists – and it does.

  • OverKill
  • Miloš Del Rey

    Lol just burn this unholy abomination already.

  • edginghours
  • Ceecee

    Jake Porter compares himself to Milo. That’s all that ever really needs to be said.

  • Hereweare

    And guess who doesn’t give a fuck about gay porn stars…….whether they support him or not? Donald Trump, that’s who. They have absolutely zero to do w/anything going on in his world.

    • nick

      Unless they are kneeling of course

  • Caesarimp

    Christ, what a moron.

  • WhimsyCotton

    Every time I see the thoughts and opinions of Trump supporters all I can think of is this: https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/f7010fdbfad5a8264189b6864dc77e83878d8a8597bc93ad48e9999b642805ad.gif Can’t they all just cease to exist?

  • Xzamilloh

    I found myself looking at Milo Yiannopoulus as a bastion for free speech and a provocateur. Now, I realize that Milo Y. is a dangerous buffoon who holds some very dangerous beliefs that he is trying to push into mainstream under the Trojan horse of SJWism. This is the danger of giving credibility to vapid internet trolls, and it only took me a year lmao!!

    Jake Porter? Not even worth the insult. Just replace “Weinstein” with “Jake Porter” in his own tweet, and there you go.

    Keep it moving, bitch.

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    • WhimsyCotton

      I found Milo interesting for about five minutes when I first discovered him. Then, I clicked on another Youtube video where Joe Rogan interviewed him, and I instantly dismissed him as another troll making easy money from the hatred and ignorance of others.

      • Xzamilloh

        See, for me, a light didn’t switch on until the Bill Maher episode, and it was painful to watch how stupid he was. The JRE episode only started the thought that he wasn’t that smart, especially listening to him talk about being Catholic.

    • A.C.

      I never regarded Milo Yiannopolis as an intellectual (though he is, contrary to his persona, quite bright), but I certainly found him useful to the ongoing debate about the limits of free speech. Like Maher, Griffin, Coulter, Rogan, etc, his presentation is more shtick than substance, his position to be taken seriously but not read literally. That said, his entire contribution to the debate about free speech was his incendiary and outlandish rhetoric that challenged our social and legal commitment to free speech. Beyond that, he allowed his persona to obscure his message – which quite succinctly is – I should be able to say what I want without fear of censorship or reprisal. As for this performer, I am not sure of who he is, but the story is notable because it exposes what we all have suspected for years about the fabled casting couches of Hollywood. He has likely experienced or heard about more than his fair share of abuse in the industry and therefore the allegations being made to him read as mundane or relatively unimportant. That to me is inexcusable, but plausable.

      On a separate note, I encourage you and everyone who reads this post to read the twitter posts of the Hollywood composer Thomas Wictor on the sexocultural cesspool in Hollywood (ignore the partisan conclusion) and actor Terry Crews’ recount of sexual harassment at the hands of a powerful Hollywood executive that he posted to his twitter account this morning. Not to diminish his experience, but it is light compared to what we know of when it comes to the likes of Singer, Geffen, and others who have been trafficking in the same behavior as Weinstein, only directed toward men. From the late Corey Haim and Corey Feldman’s claim of well known Hollywood pedophile rings, to Noah Galvan’s rightful, but retracted statement about Singer parties and predelections, to Colton Hayne’s gauzy implications of wide spread abuse in the proverbial ‘celluloid closet’ by closeted managers, agents, and directors, to the claims of the deceased James Naughtin (aka Erik Rhodes) about the acts of depravity that some entertainers engage in and pay others to perform, to the now buried claims of Thomas Jane and Christian Kane; the stories of abuse are not confined to women alone and I am sure that in due time the reality of what happens in this subsection of the Hollywood community will be revealed. The politics of those stories versus Weinstein are slightly different because revealing the abuses of gay entertainment reps and moguls cuts against our natural inclination to not out anyone, but that might be a worthy sacrafice to stem the tide of this behavior in the future.

    • n24rc

      Professional Troll = clickbait and ratings = profit. It’s always about money and the bottom line.

  • Dulcis Memoria
  • Jay

    I know this is a porn blog and all but I just didn’t need to see closeups of two assholes right when the page loaded.

  • skye3245

    I was about to go in…then realized that he is a porn star who supports trump. He literally sells his ass and votes for a man who would rather see him dead or in jail. He has no credence. Also no surprise that abusers and idiots liked the tweet. To not see that any story that shows light on the fact of rich men straight white men who hold power over women and LGBTQ ppl and use that power to get what they want is an issue. He’s in an industry that there’s the basis for it. I’m so over his ignorant self. What happened to the times when porn performers9Jake Portapotty is not a star) would just post photos and not their true selves. Cause he is over.

  • Baradude
  • Todd B

    Ah, yes. Someone is getting a little more attention then his cult leader Trump and he gets all snowflakey about it. Ugh, just go away!

  • badgamer1967
  • He has since tweeted about this post:

    Jake Porter‏ @SoitsJakePorter 3h3 hours ago
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    Honestly Zach is a provocateur it’s his job to stir the pot. It’s how he makes his 💰I respect that. #doyourthing
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    Jake Porter‏ @SoitsJakePorter 4h4 hours ago
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    I see the str8up troll was desperate for attention again… My gorgeous face does attract clicks though I suppose 😝😂

  • Scrapple

    Wait, I’m confused. A big Hollywood producer has allegedly spent decades using his power and influence to sexually harass and assault women, and that doesn’t involve anything going on in the real world? I’m sorry Jake, but when has something you’ve done in the realm of porn had any impact on the real world? In the real world you do not exist. You barely exist in the porn world. Do you have such little respect for women that you can’t acknowledge what the ramifications of this story are? What if your mom had been one of Weinstein’s alleged targets? Or that girl you got pregnant? Would it still not matter? Do White Women’s Lives not matter? Something tells me if Harvey Weinstein had been Spike Lee you’d already have taken to the streets with your sheet.

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    • n24rc

      I think it’s 50/50 on relevance. The salaciousness and celeb factor is about ratings and clicks(ahem, Zach), but the lack of accountability for company employees (Human Resources/VP) is disgusting. No one is discussing that.

      HR is notoriously bad for not acting on behalf of employees. In their case, the “bottom line” is what counts,and if a preditor is working in a business and making profits for them they tend to look the other way putting other employees at risk. Rumors existed for years and clearly people knew since he paid off complaints.

      I’m not sure why people are so focused on the celebs who are distancing him now, when in reality they aren’t involved directly as independent contractors (which causes a major problem if they go public – libel/slander) it’s the HR people who need to be accountable they didn’t do their job well and people were put at risk. Maybe even marketing and pr who chase the narrative, and try to spin these things into something they in fact are not.

      • Scrapple

        Actually for me, it’s not even about the celeb factor. It’s about these women being powerful and influential in so many ways, but they still felt pressured to keep their mouths shut. Yes, some of them weren’t at the status they are now when it happened, but they still for whatever reason kept quiet when they had reached that next level. Rose has been vocal about stuff like this for years, so has Amber Tamblyn. But when Angelina Jolie of all people didn’t feel she had the backing to speak up until now, that’s pretty telling. If these women didn’t have the support to stand up, how much more difficult is it for “regular” women to do the same. And men too, as Terry Crews’ story has revealed. Even if Jake thinks this story has no relevance on his life, dismissing it in the manner he did is pretty trashy and inconsiderate.

      • CA

        The reason this resonates with people is just what Scrapple said, if it can happen to a powerful connected woman like Paltrow and Jollie, it can happen to any woman. On top of that, this has happened in the liberal woman fighting advocates for gender equality.

        HR isn’t empowered to do their job because they are managed by the powerful people causing the oppression. HR departments first of all are optional and not all companies have them–to say HR is the problem assumes they exist with any authority other than benefits managements.

        Also, that is not how Hollywood works. You have meetings with producers way before you work for or with them. You plug your movie you ask to play roles. So these women were not always “working” with Weinstin when he assaulted them.

        And, they may not “work” with him in the traditional way you may have colleagues, but they are all in the same union as SAG members and they have a community that can and should monitor it’s fellow members and speak out against their bad behaviors.

      • SECRET_SOLDIER

        I totally agree with everything you said and the indignity of People like Morning Joe Host Mika Brashiski insisting everyone from Hilary Clinton and Obama to every woman in Hollywood to apologize “YESTERDAY” for something that just came out I found to be disgraceful.
        To paraphrase a lot of other liberals , This is how the right keeps winning!! Not condoning Weinstein’s behavior, Merely pointing out how progressively minded commentators get us riled up to defend every liberal cause, while the slimes like trump steal the ballot boxes behind our backs as we argue with each other.

        • A.C.

          Not that I do not agree with the what I believe to be the sentiment of your comment, and certainly not to support the likes of Misha Bryzinski, but I do agree with her ask of Hillary Clinton and the Obamas.

          The Democratic party as a whole has championed the cause of women and even gone so far as to turn the plight of women into a campaign theme – the war on women. When you couple this with the fact that everyone from Jane Fonda to Jessica Chastain, to Anthony Bordain, to Seth McFarland, have said that Mr. Weinstein’s behavior was an “open secret”, the idea that either the Clintons or Obamas (families that pride themselves on being professionally skeptical to the point of paranoia at times) first heard of this matter on the day that the story broke is in and of itself not credible.

          If Mr. Weinstein were an unaffiliated Hollywood mogul the demand that they earnestly rebuke him would seem somewhat of an odd request, however, as their is a direct connection between them that goes even beyond his mere donations, the demand seems quite apropos. While the donation makes a statement about the donor’s politics and or positions, the receipt of the same makes a statement about the donees reception of the donors politics. In this case, either they were willfully ignorant about his reputation, or they knew and remained silent. In either case it undercuts their message to the nation about their care and concern for women. In circumstances like these politicians like President Trump are able to blunt the moral force of arguments that traditionally paint the opposition as uncaring, and that is how liberals lose (not Trump steals) these elections. My advice to the Democratic party is realize that celebrity has lost its cache and therefore the influence it once had. Coopting entertainers to be the voice of their priorities will lead to more incidences like these and consequently further losses.

  • James

    Since when did masturbating into a plant become sexual assault?

    • pje821

      Right. That’s what this story is about: a semen-coated delphinium.

  • Pinko of the Grange

    The news about Weinstein, is after how many decades of producers having a casting couch, a big one finally got caught on it. And the Town had the just response.

    I really don’t give a rat’s pattotie what any random porn boi think’s.

  • stephen
  • Kiwini

    Sexual harassment is real.. And people don’t talk about the fact that it happens to men too. I was a young, naive closeted 20 something on my first job attending a work event at a hotel. I forgot about this incident until the Weinstein story. Long story short a married older advertising exec (with a bad toupee & a wife asleep in her room) forced himself on me, kissed me, tried to rape me & threatened to kill me if I told anybody. Luckily I was able to push him off me & run. I told my immediate supervisor, who was an out gay man just a few years older than me. I don’t think he ever told anybody & I had to see the guy at monthly meetings. There’s no doubt he likely did this with other men & women.

  • John M

    Jake just wishes anyone cared enough to attempt to sexually assault him in exchange for furthering his career as anything but a second rate sex-worker. He’s probably still jealous because Donald Burns never wanted his ass.

  • TalkDirtyToMe

    He’s talking about the old MTV show. He’s been binging and I think he is on the New Orleans season.

  • We all know this tune by now.

    *ahem*
    🎼Cunt, cunt, cunt, cunt, cunt, cunt, cunt!

    *bows*

  • lordgabux

    One of two things is happening here: 1. Little boy lost his brain while being used by some old codger and by blocking the memory became whatever he is; or 2. He’s just posting whatever he knows would give him the most attention.
    Give zero fvcks and he’ll stop.

  • Zealot

    Jake. Last time I checked…when I turn off my computer monitor, you disappear. In the real world, that is.

  • Maximus
  • pje821

    In the “real world” women (and some men) are harassed every day, in every field, and are often powerless to confront their abuser or find the necessary support. They face retaliation of all kinds and may be forced to sign legal clauses shutting them up about what happened in exchange for a few dollars, which they need to survive or feed their kids. That Jake Porter can’t grasp this concept says more about his feeble mind than it does about the victims.

  • WyattTF

    These actresses make more in a few months of work than I make in decades. And I’m an educated professional who is doing pretty well. They’ll be fine. Don’t cry over Gwyneth Paltrow getting pressured for sex in a hotel room. I sure won’t. A lot of people deal with much much worse.

  • WyattTF

    If I had to blow Harvey Weinstein and the result was a part in a movie that paid me millions for a few months of work? What was that room number in the Peninsula???

  • Wickbaby

    Oh wow, a White dude flexing his privilege again. Nice.

  • jpinphx

    I guess I would say this would sink his career, but a couple of google searches I found he doesn’t have one.

  • Mike Julius

    And vile people like Jake Porter, Paul Cannon, and Damien Kyle keep getting work partially because blogs keep promoting their scenes.