Making Gay Porn Great Again: Sean Cody’s Porter Is Now Men’s Jake Porter, And His First Scene Is With Colby Keller

Posted June 27, 2017 by with 65 comments

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Those of you who absolutely LOVE Sean Cody model Porter can rejoice, because he’s not going anywhere anytime soon! He’s moved over to Sean Cody’s sister site Men.com, and he’s changed his name to Jake Porter. Not sure why they bothered having him change his name, given that both studios are owned and operated by the same people, but, who cares, right? It’s a great day for Porter fans!

And, surprise! Porter’s first scene will be with none other than Colby Keller…and those of you with good memories will recall that Porter and Colby have something very big in common!

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What exactly do they have in common? I’m talking about, of course, the fact that both Porter and Colby started their gay porn careers at Sean Cody! Colby launched his career there way back in 2004, and Porter selected Sean Cody as his first studio in 2014. So, what a fun and TOTAL coincidence on the part of Men.com to cast them together now! Other than their Sean Cody work, I can’t think of anything or anyone else that Colby and Porter have in common, but it looks like they made a winning decision to film together, and they got along just fine!

Enjoy!

[Men.com: Colby Keller Fucks Jake Porter]

  • Sebastian S

    I can’t wait to see this! Two humble and affable performers who keep their opinions to themselves! One who has the world’s must natural skin tone and the other is so handsome and clean cut! All from the hottest studio with the sexist scenes in all the land.

    • FrenchBug

      I think the last time we had so much intelligence, good life choices, kindness, humbleness and natural beauty on a screen was probably “Jersey Shore”.
      But not like the first season. The sixth season – when nobody was giving a fuck anymore.

    • The bizarro world shade deserves all the applause.

  • Scrapple

    “Moved over” or “escorted over by security?”

    Other than their Sean Cody work, I can’t think of anything or anyone else that Colby and Porter have in common

    Vicious.

  • wincrasher

    At MEN, they can afford to have the sofa slip-covered. Standards.

  • Xzamilloh
    • C A

      It’s new for Porter who usually looks orange.

    • FrenchBug

      The filter, the set dressing, Porter’s hostility to other races, Colby’s privilege… That trailer was so white, Milo Yiannopoulos would wank to it.

      • Xzamilloh

        Milo likes the black dick, so not likely. In any case, I’ll thank you not to remind me that Milo Y. fucks things.

      • Cubankid

        Milo like his dick a tad bit… darker.

        • Zealot

          Oh, he WOULD! Makes all kinds of sense.

        • FrenchBug

          Right. Which is why he is only wanking to this 😛

      • Sailor_V90

        Wait what?! Please fill me in!

    • Dulcis Memoria
    • Maximus

      That’s some vintage shade! How very trendy of you.

  • Tim

    I thought you’d take that tack, Zach, and fair enough. though I have multiple times said that if you had Colby’s politics, his choice in November made sense.

    • FrenchBug

      Even if you have Trump’s politics, voting Trump didn’t make sense.

      • Tim

        I think Colby has said multiple times that that was his point. Burn it all down isn’t my idea of sane, but if it was your stated goal, voting Trump seems to have been a good idea of how to do it.

        • Zachary Sire

          And, hopefully most here understand that Colby’s vote for Trump was not because he supported Trump policies or thought he was in any way a good person (he explained this clearly in the interviews he did about it). Porter, on the other hand, is a definite Trump fan who has made it explicitly clear over and over again that he believes in and supports Trump’s policies. I don’t know if this difference matters to anyone, but it does for me.

          • Xzamilloh

            It was a subjective justification, and while I fully support his right to vote for whomever he desires, his reasons were at the very least foolhardy, and at the very most, an attempt at a very grandiose display of “uprising” against the status quo that was Corporate Congress. Porter, I’ll actually give more credit to because even though he’s garbage, he voted on principle, and didn’t treat it like some controversial performance piece to get attention, which is exactly what Colby did. So I agree, the difference matters, but the end result of that difference has Porter looking a lot better than Colby in regards to taking a stand on principles based in reality.. albeit a reality of self-interests and seriously believing Trump would do any of the crap he promised.

          • Zealot

            Well….here are MY principles. I don’t watch, purchase or support content from persons who vote for any candidate against their self-interests and those of the LGBTQ community. It’s tantamount to supporting mental illness. Voting for Trump “burned down” nothing. In fact, it supported and gave some credence (no matter how small or ill-conceived) to a party and politics that seeks to further divide and relegate people of color, the LGBTQ community, women and the poor to second-class status. We are now in the throes of those politics and a Supreme Court that will continue that process for decades to come. So, I don’t care about splitting hairs over the “why” of Colby’s vote. The fact that he publicized his intent made it something different, and probably influenced others to follow suit. Done with Colby. Done, done, done.

          • Tim

            exactly. When you want the revolution, there are ways to get it. I think in the end it was a counterproductive exercise, certainly.

            And yes, the whole Porter thing, well, he wasn’t the only person, especially white men, but not only, to have that kind of profile. If Porter had been an open political conservative down the line, it would be understandable, but he was the perfect Trumpnik. If the guy is actually gay or cares about his job, then it is also self-defeating. But for a certain segment of idiots in our country that thought they could get a businessman who was for the little guy as long as he/she was white, well, they are getting a lesson in reality right about now, if they’ll pay attention.

            But hence my foray. I know you get it Zach, and it was perfectly right for you to point out the stupidity of such a pairing in a backhanded way. But there was more than one reason to vote for Trump, and depending on your goal and reasons, some I find completely acceptable from a political position, even from my spot to the left of Bernie Sanders (though probably to the right of Colby)

          • FrenchBug

            I am sure my friends being deported or terrified that they are going to have to go without health insurance will appreciate the distinction

        • Xzamilloh

          I mean, literally burning it all down would have been a saner thing than voting for Trump. Hell, Hillary is a war mongering hawkish neoliberal who sold her soul to Wall Street while Bill was getting Lewinsky-ed, and I still voted for the bitch because Trump just wasn’t an option. Colby’s pseudo-intellectual journey only exposed what an uninformed basic bitch he really is. There’s always that one that sucks a dick and thinks because he thought about Rembrandt one time while taking a facial, he’s a “deep thinker.” And I guarantee he thought about the toothpaste before he thought about the painter… in my mind.

          • Tim

            I didn’t vote for Obama either time (I lived in a state where i had to write in the respective Green party nominees to be at all happy) but yes, being in a slightly less red state and Trump being the other main option (along with Jill Stein’s russia ties and her choice of running mate) made the decision to bite the bullet easy for me. I didn’t like it. but for some die hard bernie fans that voted Trump, it made a certain kind of sense. what it exposes them as is unrealistic and idealistic to the point of stupidity.

          • Xzamilloh

            I admittedly voted independent until this election (I also did not vote for Obama have not voted for a Democrat or Republican since I came of age). It’s weird, but I do agree with you about the Bernie Sanders voters turning around and voting for Trump, because the DNC seriously screwed Bernie Sanders over, and I guess the bitter taste in their mouth was enough that they’d vote third party, Trump, or not at all. THAT, I would have got if it were Colby’s justification.

          • A.C.

            I too did not vote for President Obama, nor a Republican or Democrat after foolishly voting for Gore, opting to write in candidates. Most of my Bernie supporting students actually took that very tact because they were sorely disappointed with what they saw as an injustice against Sanders that could not be ignored. I found their feelings valid and their position compelling. I could not in good conscious dissuade them from their position.

          • Maximus

            I still have yet to see any evidence from a high quality news source that the DNC did anything that affected the outcome of the primary. Bernie lost because he was the inferior candidate. His ego and useless idealism are partially responsible for Trump, and I will never forget that. Nor will I ever forget that some of his supporters were so myopic and egocentric that they decided to take their frustration with the DNC out on the most vulnerable members of our society. There was no morally justifiable reason for any American to vote for any candidate other than Hillary. She was the only candidate with enough support to potentially defeat Trump. Thus, the political reality was that we had two choices: Hillary or Trump. Anybody who rejected the former indirectly supported the latter.

            Every single Bernie protest voter who stayed home or voted third party should have to go explain to the little kids whose parents were deported why expressing their bitterness toward the DNC was worth making those kids cry as their mom or dad was taken from them. Every single one of them should have to explain to the millions of Medicaid recipients who might lose their coverage why satisfying their own emotional needs took precedence over the health of the country’s poor and disabled. The ignorance, the egocentrism, the immaturity, the depraved indifference toward the well-being of society’s most vulnerable members—it all makes me shake with anger and disgust.

          • Xzamilloh

            Bull fucking shit!!! Hillary has Hillary to blame for losing, plain and simple. She won the popular vote by over or almost 3 million and still lost the electoral college, didn’t campaign in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, or Michigan, BLUE states that turned RED for Trump, and was massively flawed and corrupt. So you can kindly miss me with that “Bernie Bro” bullshit

          • FrenchBug

            There is nothing that says “massively flawed and corrupt”like winning the popular vote by over or almost 3 million.

            Also, do you know what the DNC does? Coz it doesn’t “win” elections. It actually doesn’t play in elections either. That’s not what it is or what it does.

            And if you want to hate on Ossoff for whatever reason, let me remind you that Bernie campaigned actively for Rob Quist and he, too, lost. Against the guy that body-slammed the reporter. So, maybe, MAYBE it is more complicated than “BAD DEMOCRATS”?
            Of course, one could point both districts were heavily red districts and both candidates ran twenty points ahead of where Democrats were in the same district last year but that would mean we’d have to interpret the world through something other than a chip on our shoulders and God Forbid.

            There is a whole bunch of left-leaning people – often overlapping with Bernie Bros – who hate “mainstream” Democrats with a lot more rage and intensity than they fight Republicans. That is a problem.

          • FrenchBug

            Or, put differently, Donald Trump – DONALD MUTHAF***ING TRUMP – is the President and yet I still have to have those conversations with people who are fellow liberals. Unbelievable.

          • Xzamilloh

            Yeah, go blow smoke up someone else’s ass.

          • FrenchBug
          • Xzamilloh

            I have to upvote a dig using a Willam gif, you bitch!!

          • Maximus

            I said “partially” responsible. I completely agree the choice not to campaign in those states was an insanely stupid decision and also contributed to the outcome. As for corruption, I presume you’re referring to Donna Brazile giving Hillary a debate question ahead of time. That was unfair, unprofessional, and inappropriate. However, I hardly see how that made any difference in the primary outcome. Unless you’re telling me that knowing the question ahead of time allowed Hillary to perform so spectacularly in the debate that she persuaded millions of people to vote for her instead of Bernie.

            Oh, come on, now. I only get my news from PBS, NPR, the BBC World Service, The NY Times, The Washington Post, and The Guardian. I don’t watch partisan news or infotainment , nor do I get my
            news from social media (because I don’t use social media). You can’t honestly say that you suspected any different of me; by now, you surely must have a clear sense of just how pretentious I am.

            I never expected the Democrats to win any of those special elections. Furthermore, I actually don’t care for much of the current Democratic leadership. I believe that they are old, out of touch, and too dependent upon corporate money. I don’t see us winning any swing districts until we adopt a party platform that champions a “New New Deal,” evidence-based public policy, and human rights. Nancy Pelosi needs to step down as Speaker, and Tim Ryan should replace her. I’d also like to see Patty Murray replace Chuck Schumer. I’m a fan of Elizabeth Warren and Sherrod Brown—the latter of whom I wanted Hillary to pick as her running mate—as well, but Murray has more leadership and legislative experience. As far as DNC leadership goes, Tom Perez is certainly qualified for the position of chair, but I hope to see him pivot the party away from corporate donors and toward the grassroots
            small donations fundraising that Bernie’s campaign employed. I don’t believe that Keith Ellison should chair the DNC at this point in time. I’m not sure who I would pick for the job instead of him or Perez; it would depend upon who would even be willing to take the position.

            Your mistake was in assuming that I wouldn’t have critiques for pretty much everybody. Criticism and near-constant disapproval are integral components of who I am.

        • FrenchBug

          On a week where the media is filled with stories of people terrified of losing their health care, that rationale doesn’t age very well, does it? Nicely drives home what loathsome privileged PoS people like him are.

          • Tim

            it does suck. then again, I’ve seen more than one piece in the past few weeks that say “if the Republicans do this, they are asking for single payer” which is probably right, long term. I’m just not sure that Colby has thought through how poorly communism as such has worked in practice, or that it has always come with some major violence and bloodshed. He’s in his mid 30’s, isn’t he? about time we lost some of the idealism.

          • Dulcis Memoria

            From what I understand, Communism as espoused by Karl Marx has never actually been implemented. What we call communism is really more akin to what I call collectivist totalitarianism. Same goes for Cambodia under Pol Pot and China under Mao.

  • Ceecee

    It must be true, but I absolutely cannot fathom why people jerk off to Porter.

    Je ne comprends pas.

  • snoopyfo

    Double hard pass

  • sxg

    Oh what a match made in heaven for these two fucking sloppy Trumptards! https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/380bc16d53b4133507ff544dd6482aefda7c70c27310ff5e9a3c6ed47dc945b2.gif

    • Hudsonman

      Not to forget CK is self-acknowledged communist.

      • James Johnson III

        What?! In which interview did he say this?

    • AbsolutelyFabulous

      Oh what a resentful tone that’s radiating from your tone.
      Are you one of the people that went around spouting “Not My President”?
      A true democrat would be one to accept Democratically elected figures, regardless on whether or not the outcome was one which matched their own ambitions.

  • Kevin

    That is not the only thing they have in common.

  • Birdy65

    Oops! Not my cup of tea even with a good lighting! Idk why in several sites the scenes are wasted because nobody cares anymore about the lighting !

  • PaulieP

    fuck yeah, oh fuck, fuck need to be eliminated from all porn videos…come up with something new boys! the comments below were more entertaining than watching those two.

  • Zealot

    These scene gifs are like watching a Hitler Youth member and his uncle fuck through milk-colored glasses.

    • FrenchBug

      A Hitler Youth member and his communist uncle. They probably bonded over dividing Poland before fucking

      • Dulcis Memoria

        With a stop in Prague to skull-fuck the dead prostitutes.

      • Zealot

        One thing from Trump’s campaign I CAN support….let’s build that wall…only Colby, Porter and every member of Twinks for Trump need to be inside. Oh, and let’s throw in 14 or so starving pit bulls to keep ’em company. Also, I’d suggest 24/7 electronic mariachi music blasted from loudspeakers for their entertainment. (I can do this all day…)

  • pennessee
  • J.D.

    The KKK-realness these two are serving is giving me the migraines.

  • peter

    I for one am glad that I will never have to cringe at another Porter update.

    While they may be run by the same parent company, the Porter model was just downgraded from Cadillac to Chevy

  • Anonymous

    Colby’s art career seems to be going well.

  • TK

    Putting these two in a scene together? MEN is trolling us.

  • Trepakprince

    Look at my pint size bigot go!

  • stephen
  • Badger

    Colby always looks like he hasn’t bathed in a while.

    • DPS

      That’s been my feeling anytime I see him.

      • FrenchBug

        Personal hygiene is a capitalist conspiracy

  • pje821

    I thought Colby started at Titan under the direction of Joe Gage, but maybe I’m wrong.

    And I thought what you were going to say they had in common was they both voted for Trump.

  • James Johnson III

    *eyeroll* Thank you. It sucks that I find him so hot while he says and believes such reprehensible things

    • Estelle

      A “communist” who that filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy because he bought too much useless crap. A VERY communist thing to do.

  • Maximus