Michael Lucas Claims “All Terrorists Are Muslims” Following Paris Terror Attacks

Posted November 13, 2015 by with 232 comments

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Unfortunately, this comes as no surprise, considering Michael Lucas’s long history of racist and xenophobic public statements. Apart from being demonstrably false, the bareback gay porn actor’s tweet labeling Muslims as terrorists is remarkably insensitive, even for him, as hundreds of bodies and victims—some of whom could easily be Muslim—are still being accounted for following today’s attacks in Paris.

The best way to marginalize and ultimately silence bigots like Michael Lucas is with your wallet. Don’t buy his products (not that the overwhelming majority of you do anyway), and don’t support the models, companies, press, or industry members who do any business with Michael Lucas or Lucas Entertainment.

 

  • john

    “The best way to marginalize and ultimately silence bigots like Michael Lucas is ..”not to repost his tweets and giving him the attention he wants??

    • Zachary Sire

      I see your point, but I think the more people who see how horrific he is, the better. There are still many gay porn fans/consumers who aren’t aware of his views.

      • sammy1023

        No offense to anyone, but he makes porn! If you’re getting your beliefs, ANY of them, from a dude who makes porn, you may want to broaden your news search…ALOT!

        • andrew

          People who make porn, just like those of us who watch it, have the right, in many non Muslim nations especially the more tolerant Western democracies, to express our views in open and public forums.

      • Shawn

        Zach, have you ever considered doing journalism for a company not related to gay porn? You seem to have pretty unbiased views when it comes to people and I enjoy reading the more serious stuff you post. OK, well I enjoy reading the not so serous stuff as well! lol

        • andrew

          “You seem to have pretty unbiased views when it comes to people”. That’s the best comment on this whole thread. Not because it’s true, but because it’s so untrue.

        • Hereweare

          Yes, he’s a good writer, and can be a great investigative journalist at times, but unbiased?? Seriously??

          • Shawn

            I was actually referring to him being racially unbiased. He has the ability to recognize when others are facing discrimination no matter who or what they are and takes a stance against it. I couldn’t give two shits about who his favorite porn actors are.

  • Andrew

    The Qur’an contains plenty of material to support terrorism. Islam is the problem. Any person here that defends Islam is a hardcore moron. Go to any Islamic country and tell them that you’re gay, you’ll get your ass hanged.

    • a b

      Have you ever read the Bible? It supports genocide for gay people in leviticus. We are to be stoned to death, all of us.

      • jimboivyo

        All of you religious nut cases are why all of this is happening in the first place. Don’t you understand that?

        • a b

          I do understand. I believe that religion is incompatible with complete human liberation. But selective outrage against islamism is caused by imperialistic bias. It’s a form of secundary victimization (after all, muslims are the most affected by the so called “muslim” terrorism and ISIS).

      • Maximus

        Exactly. Every major religious text has a multitude of obscure passages that advocate all sorts of crazy shit. And even if Islam—or any other religion—didn’t exist, these people would still behave violently. Islam is just a tool for channeling their anger.

      • andrew

        The difference is that almost all Christians and Jews ignore the barbarism found in their bible. Unfortunately, at this time in history, there is a hard core in Islam that embraces the barbarism of the Koran. Few, if and Christians and Jews hack the heads off innocent men and slaughter innocents in the name of Jesus or Yahweh. Quite a few Muslims do just that in the name of Allah.

        • a b

          Well I don’t know where you live, but in Brazil homophobic violence is almost exclusively justified with Christianity. I think the gay community have this very strong tendency of forgetting their recent history once our situation gets a little better.

      • Andrew

        Don’t deflect. Can’t anyone criticize Islam without some Islam apologist bringing up Christianity?

        • a b

          I’m just saying that poiting out in their book that there are passages that supports this and that is bs. Really says nothing about their doctrine.

    • James Withers

      So Bernard Lewis is a moron?

    • beariac

      Islam is not the problem – extremists are. And I’d rather be gay in Indonesia than Russia.

      • andrew

        Islam is indeed part of the problem. Unlike Christianity and Judaism it has yet to purge itself of much of the barbarism found in it’s “holy” book. Unfortunately a hard core of Muslim militants think today the way medieval Christians and Old Testament Jews thought. It is incumbent upon decent Muslims to loudly and frequently condemn the primitives in their religion, if they want to advance and live peacefully in the 21st century.

      • Andrew

        Islam IS the problem, have you even read the Qur’an? I have. Tt’s brutal. Muhammad was one of the most evil men ever in history, he murdered everyone who disagreed with Islam, owned slaves, married Aisha when she was 6 years old and raped her when she was 9. This is why pedophilia is acceptable in Islamic countries and why child marriages continue to occur.

      • Dutch Courage

        Gay in Atjeh? You will be thrown in jail, stoned to death, or banned from the region.

        • Andrew

          Yep, they just enacted a new law recently which includes 100 lashes for gay sex.

          • WhimsyCotton

            So much for modern, progressive Indonesia.

        • Ptr

          I’m Indonesian and don’t make assumption over one state in Indonesia! Yes, being gay is quite hard in our country but such harsh punishment does not apply to other 33 states in the country and you can easily find gay activities in some of the states.

          • andrew

            Your point is well taken, Aech is by far the most conservative/repressive state in Indonesia, but as you also point out “being gay is quite hard in our country”.

      • bob80

        In the Aceh province they would stone you to death (it’s the law). Let’s face it, being gay in the muslim world is not ideal. There isn’t a single progressive muslim country in the world, we should start working on that instead of makingg excuse for their bigotry.

        • andrew

          Actually even being female in the Muslim world is “not ideal”.

    • andrew

      Your comment is a total exaggeration of reality.

      • Andrew

        And yours is complete ignorance and stupidity. I’ve lived in Islamic countries.

  • So? He’s right you know 😉

    • Andrew

      He should have said MOST instead of all. After all that is the truth, 99% of the worlds terror attacks are committed by Muslims.

    • WillG

      “Nearly twice as many people have been killed by white supremacists, antigovernment fanatics and other non-Muslim extremists than by radical Muslims.”

      http://www.nytimes.com/2015/06/25/us/tally-of-attacks-in-us-challenges-perceptions-of-top-terror-threat.html

      • Andrew

        DId you not read the headline? IN THE U.S. We are talking about world wide.

        • WillG

          I was replying to the comment, and to Duckface’s tweet, which is what we’re talking about.

      • WhimsyCotton

        Multiple groups being put together to compare against one sole group. Not to mention that damn graph is for the US only. The attacks on France today alone account for more deaths than the ones by homegrown US terrorists.

  • WhimsyCotton

    I’m not a fan of his porn, but I agree with him completely. When the vast majority of modern terrorists happen to be Muslim, why bother sugarcoating it?

  • Xzamilloh

    Obviously, not all terrorists are Muslims… and the group that is impacted the most by Islamic terrorism is other Muslims. But let’s cut the shit here…the majority of terror attacks committed in the world have been from Islamic extremists But right now ain’t the time for that, and Michael Lucas is just a loathsome human being.

  • Luca

    yes, like 8-10% of the French population. So?

    • andrew

      France and many Western European nations have made a big mistake allowing so many Muslims from third world countries with primitive religious practices to emigrate into their 21st century fairly civilized and fairly secular countries.

      • Luca

        my dear, many Muslims in France come from THEIR OWN COLONIES and are here since ages. I don’t even start on the “primitive religion”.
        Your comment is stupid beyond belief.

        • WhimsyCotton

          It is primitive though. It has gone through virtually no changes since the 7th century especially in regions that practice Sharia Law.

          • Luca

            this is not the place to discuss such serious matters. However, just for the sake of precision, Sharia is applied in full (that is, in criminal law, with the various gruesome punishments dear to the proponents of the clash of civilization theory) only in a minority of Islamic countries. Also, Sharia is a hugely generic term including many different sides.
            Also, not that the western world has become secularized that far ago, many christian nations have included elements of christian principles in their constitution and laws since not so long ago (and several still do), yet we don’t speak of a generic “Christian Law”. Actually a revival of Sharia is very recent, dating from the surge of radical islamism after the decolonization (1950s-60s).

          • WhimsyCotton

            I speak of generic “Christian Law.” Don’t believe that I’m not critical of Christianity simply because Islam gives me more reason to criticize it at the moment. Some of the atrocities Christians have been a part of as late as the 20th century are just as unforgivable.

        • andrew

          Actually Islam is the most primitive of all the world’s major religions.

          • Luca

            speaks the expert in comparative religions…

          • andrew

            Thank you. Thank you very much.

        • Hereweare

          And by “stupid”, did you mean “accurate”? France’s Muslim infestation is exactly why this happened.

          • Luca

            no.

  • MAnthony

    They are? Hmm What about Domestic Terrorism? There has been MUCH more of that in the US than any other terrorism.

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    • WhimsyCotton

      Key phrase: “In the US” Nice try though.

      • MAnthony

        Huh? I can’t say “Domestic Terrorism” and another country. That’s contradictory.

        • WhimsyCotton

          The story relates to the Paris attacks which aren’t domestic.

  • sxg
    • WhimsyCotton

      Red herring is red herring. Worldwide terrorism statistics. That is all.

      • sxg

        And statistically you are more likely to be killed from a non-muslim terrorist than you will by a muslim terrorist. Over 7 billion people in the world, and the majority of it does not have a Muslim terrorism problem. France, unfortunately, now does due to the amount of Muslims residing in the country and its proximity to the area. I HATE that what happens in Paris makes so many people here in the US, where we are 5k miles away, have this sudden fear that we too will suffer the same fate. Yes we had 9/11, and from there we have learned to prevent future attacks such as this one, albeit with controversial methods and not 100% successful but we haven’t had an attack of that scale yet. Now France needs to learn from this what they didn’t learn from the Charlie Hebdo incident.

        And funny how we’re expected to upgrade security everywhere for what happens in Paris when nothing has been done since the mass shootings in Oregon, Colorado, South Carolina, and Connecticut.

        • WhimsyCotton

          I’m not afraid for myself, I’m afraid that these people will keep getting away with it. This is the reason I consider Snowden a traitor and don’t take the people that call him a hero seriously. We need spy agencies to keep tabs on potential threats.

          • James Withers

            So government snooping in the name of safety is A-OK?

          • WhimsyCotton

            Yes. I’ve got nothing to hide except an exceptional taste in porn.

          • James Withers

            The “I have nothing to hide” is a weak defense. As for your taste in porn, I have doubts about that! :-)

          • WhimsyCotton

            It’s not so much a defense as it is accepting the reality of the times we live in. We live in a time where more and more is done via the internet. Meetings don’t happen in real life. Plans aren’t made face-to-face. How many would-be IS fighters have been caught so far just from the NSA spying on them after their internet activity alerts officials?
            All great empires have had spies throughout human history. The spy game is just becoming virtual instead of physical now.

          • WhimsyCotton

            And my porn taste is EXQUISITE thank you very much!

          • Todd

            Jesus Christ, Hitler would have loved you, the way you give up your rights so easily.

          • WhimsyCotton

            From 0 to Godwin in one response. Ace job!

          • JJ

            You are afraid of Muslim terrorists getting away with it? Well, I think America getting away with its war crimes in Muslim nations is one of the inspires Muslims to join these terrorist organizations! If you look up one of Osama Bin Laden’s interviews, he said something like he did 9/11 because of what the American government did to Muslims.

        • jimboivyo

          Exactly.

      • WillG

        Okay, you want someone from overseas?

        • WhimsyCotton

          Let me guess the guy that killed 70 at a camp site? Odd example versus a typical occurrence.

          • jimboivyo

            It’s never too late to remind people of their history. willg’s example is obviously personal. which is OK – yet not necessarily being pertinent here.

          • La Bambi

            In developed countries, there are far more Breivik’s than ISIS attacks. In the US most terrorism is right-wing political extremism, not Islamic terrorism. In fact twice as many people have been killed by right wing extremists than by Muslim extremists. Stats:

            http://www.nytimes.com/2015/06/25/us/tally-of-attacks-in-us-challenges-perceptions-of-top-terror-threat.html?_r=0

            http://www.usnews.com/news/blogs/press-past/2013/02/26/the-1993-world-trade-center-bombing-a-new-threat-emerges

          • WhimsyCotton

            Stop showing me statistics! Muslims are bad people that would have us stoned if they had the power to override secular governments.

          • Todd

            You don’t think that’s the end goal for right wing Christians?

          • Galaxy_Scribe

            Ding!

          • WhimsyCotton

            Of course. Unfortunately for Christian conservatives, every passing generation of their own kind is less and less strict with their beliefs and more and more accepting of different people. The lunatics are outnumbered by modern Christians. Meanwhile, even moderate Muslims would still have us jailed or lashed. Just look at Indonesia. A small region is allowed Muslim control and they immediately pass 7th century style laws.

          • JJ

            “Just look at Indonesia. A small region is allowed Muslim control and they immediately pass 7th century style laws.”

            That is the province of Aceh, the western most point of the island of Sumatra, just one small part of Indonesia.

          • WhimsyCotton

            It’s a start. You don’t think conservative Muslims will want more?

          • JJ

            I’m sure they do. But it’s the same for conservative Christians too! I mean, Hello! Look at those endless politicians and their biblical sourced arguments against giving gays legal equality in America.

          • WhimsyCotton

            That’s a world away from lashing gays to death for homosexual activity.

          • Rejecting facts so you can continue on with your pre-set belief system… That sounds familiar…

          • WhimsyCotton

            Who said I was rejecting facts? But Muslims would harm us if given the opportunity to do so even in Western countries.

          • Muslim EXTREMISTS. There are plenty of Muslims living in Western countries who have no interest in harming anyone. Sweeping generalisations help absolutely no one and distract from the real problems and the search for real solutions by adding the problem of your own bigotry.

          • WhimsyCotton

            Is that what happened in Indonesia? The Muslim population decided it wanted Sharia Law in one of the regions and now live under it. These aren’t Middle Easterners, these are modern moderate Muslims.

          • Again: doesn’t mean all terrorists are Muslim just becaue some terrorists are Muslim. I’m not seeing any evidence here that my Muslim friends are terrorists or want me dead – what I’m seeing is a bunch of small-minded people who aren’t willing to look beyond one particular religious classification. It would be far more accurate to say “Not all religious people are terrorists, but almost all terrorists have religion”.

          • WhimsyCotton

            That’s fair.

    • Hereweare

      Schizophrenics are not terrorists. They don’t kill with a larger goal in mind……..they’re just nuts. Are you actually comparing individual Aurora, Sandy Hook, or SC nutjobs to organized Muslim cells that kill with a common religious idealogy?
      I can’t stand Michael Lucas, but in this instance, he’s right. Name one current terrorist organization that isn’t Muslim.

      • jimboivyo

        He isn’t an organization. But he behaves as he is.

      • Zachary Sire

        I linked to dozens of them in the post. Try again.

        • andrew

          Name some of these non Muslim terrorist organizations.

          • Zachary Sire

            You’re very special, aren’t you? Here you go again, just for you:

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          • andrew

            Indeed there are evil people and groups of people in many of the areas of the world today, but one of the greatest threats today are terrorists motivated by Islamic extremism. Islam itself has a serious internal problem. Unlike Christianity and Judaism it has not purged itself of the barbarous teachings found in it’s “holy” book. As a result, we see young women stoned to death for adultery, men beheaded for blasphemy and terrorists hacking men’s heads off, all in the name of Allah. Islamic extremism is not the only threat to peace and freedom in this world today , but it sure is a major reason.

          • Dutch Courage

            I agree with you. And a major consequence of these attacks will be the growing popularity of extreme right wing parties and organizations that in many European countries are strongly anti-gay. The Front National was one of the leading forces against the legalization of gay marriage in France. Pegida in Germany is also strongly anti-gay.

          • andrew

            Yep. These Muslim terrorist attacks will cause more French and German citizens to vote for the more hard line right wing parties which are strongly opposed to equality for LGBT people.

          • sxg

            Actually no, some of the greatest threats in the world today are strokes, heart attacks, diarrhea, HIV/AIDS, and motor vehicle accidents. Those mentioned, as well as others, cause over 1 million deaths each worldwide, according to 2012 statistics. In 2014, only about 37k people died from terrorist attacks. Compared to the population of the world, over 7 billion, which do you think is a more serious matter?

            Terrorism is still an issue, but I hate that people are blowing the threat out of proportion. The majority of the world is safe from terrorism by Islamic extremists. And a lot of nations, such as the US and the UK, have learned from past experiences and attacks to minimize the threats on home soil. France and the rest of Europe needs to learn from this on how to better prepare for an attack, and look for all information that will lead them to arresting these extremists before they get a chance to act on their attacks.

          • WhimsyCotton

            That’s must be one of hell of a diarrhea if it’s able to kill a person. I imagine it happens in 3rd world nations.

          • WhimsyCotton

            I don’t get it Zach. Why defend Muslims so passionately? They would jail us, rape us, torture us, castrate us, burn us alive, throw us off buildings, stone us, kill us if we lived in their countries. The notable exception is Turkey and that’s a European country fighting against all odds to remain secular.

            Christians vilify us and fight against our rights, but they don’t try to kill us (well at least not in Western countries).

          • Pascal

            Could you explain your well-documented racism first?

          • Mike Julius
          • WhimsyCotton

            Well-documented? Do you have a dissertation on my posts I would be interested in reading about? The attempted deflection was very nice though some of us aren’t impaired by tunnel vision.

          • Mike Julius

            You’re disputing your racism here? You and I have had it out in various posts on this blog alone on the subject. Maybe you thought you convinced everyone that you’re not, but Pascal remembers. I remember. Even
            http://memecrunch.com/meme/133R9/pepperidge-farm-remembers/image.png

            People aren’t as stupid or forgetful as you must think we are.

          • WhimsyCotton

            I don’t need to dispute anything that doesn’t exist. Like I said to you before, you can be convinced of anything you want, but that doesn’t make it true.

          • MV

            because when you alienate ‘regular ‘ Muslims, they are more vulnerable to extremist ideology and activities of third-world movement. Alienate as being ignorant and various things, mind you.

          • WhimsyCotton

            Vulnerable to extremist ideology? Oh please. Humans have the capability to differentiate between right and wrong. We see all this terrorist activity, but we don’t immediately say BOMB them with our superior technology! We know that they aren’t all guilty, they, on the other hand, blame all Westerners.

          • MV

            You’ll be surprised how easily people can be influenced, even IF you know what is SUPPOSED TO BE right or wrong (that’s Nazi-era and homegrown terrorist tea for you). I tell you what, when Muslims met you in person, I wouldn’t be surprised they suddenly says Westerners are guilty for whatever that is in your gullible mind

          • WhimsyCotton

            I must have been drunk when I wrote that. If all the religions, genocides, and wars aren’t evidence that humans have the capability to differentiate right from wrong but dont, then I don’t know what is.
            You’re right, I haven’t had Muslims say that to me, but I have had more than enough Russians tell me I’m a brainwashed American and that they are the real victims of American oppression. I wouldn’t be surprised if there are Muslims that do the same.

          • MV

            “If all the religions, genocides, and wars aren’t evidence that humans
            have the capability to differentiate right from wrong but choose not to,
            then I don’t know what is.”

            Hohohohoooh, don’t put your hopes too much on religion, genocide and wars to wake people up.

          • MV

            Oh, and keep being ignorant, sweetie. ISIS would definitely sent you flowers and baskets thanking your service to the entire Muslim population. I truly mean it.

          • WhimsyCotton

            I’m not ignorant. I just choose to be offended and incensed periodically. Today it’s the Muslims, tomorrow it could be the Mormons and their exciting new plans to excommunicate the children of gay members who don’t reject their parents. Next week, it could be the fabulous persecution of homosexuals by Christians in Zimbabwe.

          • MV

            I’d be offended if anything across as medieval culture, but you cannot be offended at a piece of history that weren’t meant to dictate your life 24/7 forever, not even when people take it that way. Suck it up or fuck it up, but I’m begging you, don’t screwed up those who has potential to change for the better

          • La Bambi

            Why do you lump all Muslims together? Have you honestly never met one? FYI, a lot of them are gay too. They watch porn too, write stupid internet comments too. Are pretty much exactly like you or I, except were born into a different faith.

          • WhimsyCotton

            When you put it that way, I do feel torn. I hate the barbaric acts their most conservative members partake in, but I do realize that they are the minority. I do also realize that gays aren’t allowed happiness in ANY Muslim dominated country. Even in Indonesia that is changing.
            Then sometimes I wonder why I even care one way or another with an Ocean and the NSA acting as shields to Muslim extremism in the US.

          • Conservative Muslims (Majority) = Jail, behead, torture us in countries like Saudi Arabia. Go to LiveLeak and watch their barbaric acts. Sometimes it’s broadcasted on national television

            Conservative Christians in the United States of America = Post hateful bigoted statuses on Facebook (sometimes) and secretly dislike your way of life. But nah they’re just harmless bunch of people. They won’t kill you or me

            Learn to chill the fuck out of gays

          • Quinton Jackson

            Clock ha Zachary!

          • La Bambi

            Christian terror groups:
            Lord’s Resistance Army
            Lebanese Phalangists
            Army of God
            Hutaree Warriors
            Aryan Nation

            Jewish Terrorism
            Kach Kahane Chai
            JDL
            Terror Against Terror

            Hindu Terrorism
            Abinav Bharat
            Dadri lynch mob
            Gujurat train massacre

            Sikh Terrorism
            Babbar Khalsa and the Air India bombing

            Buddhist Terrorism
            The genocide of Rohingya Muslims
            The Aum Shinrikyo nerve gas attack

            Independence terrorism
            Tamil Tigers
            PKK in Turkey
            IRA
            Basque separatists

            Left wing terrorism
            Baader Meinhof
            Shining Path
            FARC
            Carlos the Jackal

            Right wing terror
            Timothy McVeigh
            96 Olympics bombing
            1980 Oktoberfest bombing
            Multiple Fascist terror massacres in Spain & Italy in the 70s

            There’s really no shortage of terrorism in the world, and only a fraction of it is Islamic.

          • andrew

            You have indeed listed a lot of evil doers, but all together they do not represent the threat to Western societies that Muslim terrorists, inspired by a primitive religion, Islam, that has not yet rooted out the evil in it’s ancient texts, the way Christianity and Judaism has done.

          • Tim

            someone has never read their bible. the OT orders genocides. several of them. even the enlightened parts of the Christian Bible take slavery, the subjugation of women, and the nonexistence of actual gay people as established, unobjectionable fact.

            and Islam was in part a reaction to the depredations of Christian and Zoroastrian armies and empires and their “pagan” arab counterparts at the time. there is nothing evil or primitive in Islam (the youngest of the world’s major religions).

            in other words, get over yourself.

          • andrew

            I have studied and read the bible many times. I did so because I wanted to know about the source of the hate and intolerance preached by some fundamentalist preachers. I quickly realized that the bible is just a collection of primitive myths and beliefs. The notion that the creator, if there be one, of the billion galaxy universe, had anything to do with inspiring such writing is laughable. You say that “there is nothing evil or primitive about Islam”, nothing could be further from the truth. Islam’s “holy” books, like those of Jews and Christians, are filled with evil and primitive teachings. The biggest difference between 21st century Christians and Jews and Muslims is that the great majority of Christians and Jews reject or ignore the hateful evil things found in their ancient myths, the majority of Muslims still hold fast to the myths. There are Muslims who would like to rid there religion of it’s evil and hateful teachings and bring it into the 21st century, but their voices are oh so quiet, while the fundamentalist Muslim teachers and the terrorists present themselves to the world as the face of Islam.

          • Tim

            anyone who has studied Islam at any length would know that the modernist/progressive voices have been dominant since the beginning. the problem is western media and the justified sense of post-colonial grievance. the latter makes a few radicals act out, and the media covers it like that is all there is.

            as to your anti-thiestic worldview, that is your right. but there is power, for good and ill, in myth. it is what you do with it. terrorists and fundamentalists of all stripes misuse it. this is not an islam problem, it is a human problem. but you have your blinders on.

          • andrew

            If “modernist/progressive voices have been dominant since the beginning” in Islam, they are so impotent as to be laughable.

          • Mike Julius

            If that’s true, moderate Christian silence on recent KKK activity should have you in hysterics. The most recent knee slapper is this plot: http://www.businessinsider.com/r-us-arrests-white-supremacists-over-plot-to-attack-black-churches-synagogues-2015-11

            And http://www.huffingtonpost.com/karen-middleton/attacks-on-womens-health-_b_8222968.html

            Laughable indeed.

          • andrew

            The KKK is today an impotent bunch of rubes shunned and condemned by 99.9% of Christians. Muslim terrorists have in the name of Allah murdered over 3000 in NYC and thousands in violent attacks in France, Spain, Lebanon and the United Kingdom. To compare those incompetent rubes with the very effective extremist Muslim terrorists is laughable.

          • andrew

            You should learn that in a free and democratic society people should speak their minds and debate differences of opinion without name calling. Just because a person doesn’t see the world through the same lens that you do doesn’t mean that they are “prejudiced bastards”.

          • Mike Julius

            You’re right. And I am more the fool because getting angry and calling you a name gives you the opportunity to zero in on that and ignore the rest.

            You are prejudiced. But I shouldn’t have added “bastard.” I apologize.

            Continue.

          • andrew

            The “bastard” comment didn’t bother me at all since I was born 11 mos after my parents married, it is clearly not true. The “prejudice” charge bothered me because, while it is also untrue, it is more difficult to defend against. I have posted a couple thousand comments on this and other sites in recent years and anyone can scroll through disqus and see that I am not a narrow minded prejudiced person. In fact I have always voted for progressive candidates for political office and have participated in civil demonstrations that were pro black, pro women and pro gay. I am not a gung ho PC type who is always going to express my opinions the way my allies on the left would like. I don’t always march in lock step with my fellow lefties, but I am as free from prejudice as is humanly possible. One of the gripes I have about many folks who post on internet sites is that they so often challenge the motives and good will of the people they disagree with instead of just exchanging ideas, in an attempt to convince people of their point of view,

          • andrew

            I’m not anti-theistic. I’m agnostic on the existence of a creator. What seems obvious to me is that the magnificence and splendor of the billion galaxy universe makes the notions that such a creator was playing footsie with desert nomads a few thousand years ago seem like such obvious nonsense.

          • Hereweare

            So it’s the media’s fault that people died in Paris? And here they had us thinking it was radical Islam. Wow, that media has some strong weaponry.

          • Hereweare

            Yes, the old testament is full of evils. Thank you for the history lesson. And now on to today. Did you hear what happened in Paris?

          • La Bambi

            A couple decades ago the threat to Western societies was Communism. Before that Fascism. There’s always a new threat, and it’s only been Islamic terror for the past 15 years. Frankly, they’re not much compared to Hitler or the “Red Menace”. Undoubtedly a decade from now the West will find a new existential threat. It’s worth noting Saddam and bin Laden were our allies in the 80s against communism. I wonder which of our allies today will be enemies 20 years from now.

          • McM.

            The political power of Islam rests in theocratic states, a factor which has been (largely) dissolved when it comes to the myriad religious sects of Christianity and Judaism. However, in small enclaves, their behavior, radicalism, and fanaticism parallels what is criticize in Islam.

            It is not that Christianity and Judaism has “learned to ignore the evil teachings in it’s ancient texts”, as there are always fundamentalists who seek adherence to traditional religious mores, and can not only find a rational for their practices but are able to utilize existing systems (such as education, media, and government) to indoctrinate others so they find them perfectly reasonable. The difference we see lies in the absolute fuckery that inherently exists in Abrahamaic religions being SPECIFICALLY held in check by the existence of secular governments where Christianity and Judaism are concerned.

            That. Is. It.

            Changes in the way major branches of Christianity and Judaism interact within societies isn’t something they did on their own. It happened at the behest of governments operating in the interests of the people, and not religions.

          • MAnthony

            Good job but I am sorry to say your just gonna get “We aren’t talking about that at this time” Blah Blah Bah. Yes Islam teaches “Kill everyone who does not convert” but People need to wake up and learn what “Religious Fundamentalism” is!! Any terrorist act can happen in the name of any religion. MODERATE MUSLIMS!! It’s time to speak up and start making dumb people realize that “Muslims” are all NOT terrorists!!

      • Eric AS

        You’re a fool if you do not consider any of these groups terrorist organizations because their religious leaning is other than Islam. KKK, Aryan Nation, Irish Republican Army, Sendero Luminosa, Euskadi Ta Askatasuna, Black Panthers, and organized cells of women’s clinic bombers.

        • Hereweare

          All their destruction added together still doesn’t rival radical Islam.

      • La Bambi

        Since 9/11, most active terrorists in America have been domestic political extremists – 48 Americans died from Right Wing terrorists compared to 26 from Islamic terrorists. And yet which do you hear about more? Often perpetrators aren’t viewed as terrorists simply because they’re White, even if their actions (Bombing abortion clinics, shooting Sikh temple, Killing female students) are done to sow terror.

        http://www.vox.com/2015/6/24/8838659/right-wing-terrorism-new-america

        Law enforcement also views domestic terrorism as a greater threat than international Islamic terrorism: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/06/16/opinion/the-other-terror-threat.html

        • MAnthony

          TRUTH!!

        • Hereweare

          So, to make your argument, you’re actually comparing 48 deaths since 2001 from various individuals to over 120 deaths in one day by radical Islam? That’s ridiculous. Although your Sikh temple example is valid, out of the 3 examples I gave, only the SC church shooter acted with a specific target. The other 2 (Aurora & Sandy Hook) were mentally deranged individuals with no social agenda to promote, which is the case most of the time with these white perps that you seem to want to compare with various Muslim organizations.

  • stephen

    a Michael Lucas post?

    • Mike Julius

      Cackling.
      Cack.
      L.
      Ing.

      • Conservative Muslims (Majority) = Jail, behead, torture us in
        countries like Saudi Arabia. Go to LiveLeak and watch their barbaric
        acts. Sometimes it’s broadcasted on national television

        Conservative Christians in the United States of America = Post hateful bigoted
        statuses on Facebook (sometimes) and secretly dislike your way of life.
        But nah they’re just harmless bunch of people. They won’t kill you or me

        Learn to chill the fuck out of gays..

        • andrew

          In which Muslim majority country does an LGBT person have a freer fuller life than in the U.S. or in any country in Western Europe?

  • jimboivyo

    If Michael Lucas was willing to pair an HIV+ model with an HIV- model while PrEP was being experimentally used in clinical trials – Michael Lucas has no standing talking about terrorism. He has no standing talking about humanity – at all.

    He is, by his own personal behavior – a capitalistic terrorist by his own design and action.

    Muslims have nothing to do with the terror which Michael Lucas has inflicted and infected upon our community.

    They are far more honest than he will ever be.

    • Eric D

      Thank you, I could not have said it better.

    • Who did he pair together before PrEP was approved by the FDA?

      • sxg

        I think Trenton Ducati and Blue Bailey.

        • They were/are both HIV+ positive though. Trenton was not out about it like Blue though.

    • Todd

      Jesus christ, get your facts straight! While I have no love loss for Lucas, he was ahead of the game on PrEP ands wasn’t experimentally using it while trials were going on. It was already established as a preventative against HIV, just not widely used or known.

  • NickDC

    If we are going to be honest, statistically no one kills more innocent civilians worldwide than the United States military and law enforcement.

    • Best post here.

      • jimboivyo

        you’re honestly out of your mind. Really?

    • jimboivyo

      stop talking about post-interviews from Nica Nolle’s video locations. Just stop.

    • andrew

      Absolute B.S. Isis has been deliberately slaughtering thousands of innocents in recent year.

    • WhimsyCotton

      But the US is just making sure our Chess pieces are in good positions. If our pieces are safe, then the world as a whole is safe. Imagine China or Russia being the dominant world leader.

      • La Bambi

        About a month ago the US deliberately bombed a Doctors Without Borders hospital in Afghanistan, killing 20 doctors and patients. What chess move was that? How did that keep us safer?

        • WhimsyCotton

          I did read about that. It wasn’t excusable, but sometimes, shit happens in war. It’s not acceptable, however, and I do hope they’re taking preventative measures to avoid something like that from reoccurring.

      • NickDC

        If Russia or China were to commit any of the same war crimes that the United States has committed and continues to commit, they could be held accountable by the International Criminal Court. Whereas the United States cannot be held accountable because it’s one of three nations (Sudan & Israel are the others) that refuse to join the ICC and therefore cannot be held accountable for their war crimes.

        • andrew

          Do you actually believe that the governments of Russia and China would allow themselves to be held accountable for their crimes by an International Criminal Court? If yes, I have a bridge in Brooklyn, New York that I would like to sell you for just a few dollars.

          • NickDC

            Considering that they are active members of the ICC and have accepted and followed ICC rulings related to their own laws; they’ve demonstrated it already.

          • andrew

            I can give you a good deal on that bridge.

        • WhimsyCotton

          They haven’t been held accountable for Crimea, shooting down a commercial airliner, and the continued conflict in East Ukraine so forgive me for doubting your claims.

    • Mike Julius
  • Well in the case of the Paris attacks I would be willing to bet that they are Muslim extremists.

  • DPS

    I think what duckface meant was: Not ALL humans are cunty people BUT ALL CUNTY PEOPLE ARE HUMAN BEINGS.

    Yeah, yeah I think that’s what he meant…. Or was it: Not all studios continue to employee murderers, thugs, and thieves, BUT I’M LEADING THE LEAGUE!

  • Zealot

    My father terrorized me and I’m pretty sure he was Baptist.

    • jimboivyo

      Yet you’re still alive without the $175.00 Michael Lucas check. Which may, or may not have cleared.

      • Zealot

        My still being alive is more testament to my personal strength and waiting my father out. Truly living under “his” roof was an experiment in terror (not to be all “Steel Magnolias” about it). And believe me, if (and that’s a big IF) I were to do business with duckface (still can’t imagine what that might consist of), it would be cash on the barrel head as we say in these parts.

        • WhimsyCotton

          Sounds like a good story and an even better Lifetime movie.

          • Zealot

            Probably now, with some perspective, certainly not at the time. But it reminds me of what adversity can do to strengthen you. That’s why terrorism is doomed to fail. It only strengthens the resolve of its victims.

          • andrew

            It doesn’t strengthen the resolve of the dead victims.

          • Zealot

            Seriously? And your point, other than trolling me around this site….

          • andrew

            Just pointing out that the worst effect of terrorism is that it kills many of it’s victims. As to the trolling charge: I rarely comment on your posts.

          • Zealot

            Look. We may be at apples and oranges here, and I do tend to be overly-sensitive when I feel attacked (which may never have been your intention). But that makes yet another point about terror, or whatever we choose to call it. There is one person’s intent and the other person’s perceptions of what they’ve done or said. I agree that terrorism often kills, but it also maims and leaves behind survivors. My point is that it never accomplishes anything other than to cause destruction and strengthen the resolve of those who were the intended victim. My initial post was to make a point in conjunction with Zach’s– which is that terrorists are everywhere and relate to many different religions, or no religion at all other than their own sense of personal righteousness and zealotry. Which makes Michael Lucas profoundly and very misguidedly wrong. I tried to make that point using the one skill I and many gay men learn early on– which is you have to have a sense of humor, even about the most horrifying things that happen, or you can come out on the other side of it as significantly damaged, or defeated. That was my sole intent, whether it was successful or not. So, whether we’re in agreement or not, I wish you peace and happiness. Have a wonderful Sunday.

          • andrew

            Right back at ya!

    • andrew

      Your Baptist father apparently did not blow you up, hack your head off or shot you with AK-47s.

      • Zealot

        You sound disappointed….

        Oh, and that would be “shoot” not “shot”….wrong verb tense buddy.

        • andrew

          Nope. I’m happy you’re alive.

  • Maximus

    Fighting hatred, bigotry, and aggression with hatred, bigotry, and aggression… Yeah, that’ll work out well. I mean, it’s been a successful strategy for resolving every other human conflict in the past 200,000 years, right?

    https://media1.giphy.com/media/54PaD9dWT0go/giphy.gif

  • CBW

    I’m hheartbroken by what’s happened in Paris. I’m
    Iterally drunk and crying. My rage doesn’t know where to go. But I know it isn’t at m Muslim friends or coleages. Michael Alucas is an evil, slash opportunist.
    He probably didn’t even notice the fact that Shia Muslims are being butchered by IsIS daily.
    He’s an ignorant, pretentious scumbag.

    Quite “fowl”
    :;

  • jimboivyo

    Michael Lucas to his moment has shared absolutely no person grief over this.

    This is no surprise to me. Just a personal and human tragedy which he will never associate himself with.

  • jimboivyo

    Michael Lucas neither unites nor devides anyone of us. You simply can’t believe what he states or where he stands for on any side of our community issues.

    Michael Lucas is what modern day lgbt has fought aginst. He has no interest in our issues other than his business in which returns us back to the 90’s.

    Michael Lucas is our own worst historically figure. What has he done for anyone lately besides cashing in on the reckless and irresponsible sex scenes he is now reduced to produce for the survival of his company.

    Gay health and community responsibility is far from Michael Lucas’s agenda.

    He never was and he will never be an advocate and voice for our challenges.

  • jimboivyo

    As long as michael Lucas truly believes that he represents and is the voice of our community – our fight shall continue.

  • jimboivyo

    Where are Michael Lucas’ hiv test results? He ‘s raw fucking street trade for his videos. This is something we as a community should demand.

  • andrew

    At this time, in the 21st century, the single biggest terrorist threat to our Western Nations comes from radical extremist Muslims. It is a mistake to down play the seriousness of the threat we face from Islamic militants by pointing out that at other times there were serious threats from other groups motivated by other ideologies.

    • Maximus

      The single biggest threat to western society is our readinedd to fall back on primitive “us” vs. “them” mentalities.dehumanize individuals and entire groups of other

      • andrew

        We don’t have to “dehumanize” individuals who stone young girls to death for adultery, subjugate all women, behead men for blasphemy, throw gay men off building to their death, hack off the heads of innocent aid workers, they dehumanize themselves and the majority Muslim populations who don’t loudly and frequently condemn this behavior committed in the name of their Islamic religion are guilty enablers. Just imagine if Christians were committing these inhuman acts in the name of Jesus, how almost universally they would be loudly and frequently condemned by their fellow Christians.

        • Maximus

          You do realize that Tunisia is the only majority Muslim state with free and fair elections, right? You can’t attribute government policy to the will of the people when they don’t have representative democracy. Saudi Arabia is a monarchy. Iran is an oligarchy. The rest are just as despotic. The general public in Muslim countries cannot condemn the brutality of the current regime because THEY WILL THEN BE BRUTALIZED THEMSELVES. Authoritarian regimes do not take kindly to criticism. Dissent is met with imprisonment, torture, or death of individuals and sometimes of their families as well.

          Just like the vast majority of Christians and the vast majority of Jews, the vast majority of Muslims are moderates. You are allowing your fear and anger to completely cloud your judgment. You’d rather save your brain some effort by jumping to erroneous conclusions and vilifying millions of people instead of taking the time to actually learn about the sociopolitical causes of terrorism and Middle Eastern culture. That type of thinking and attitude is exactly how terrorists justify their crimes to themselves. You have little right to claim the moral high-ground when you’re displaying almost as much asinine bigotry as they are.

          Do yourself a favor: Go out and make friends with a real-life Muslim immigrant or a child of Muslim immigrants. I promise that they won’t behead you and/or blow you up.

          • andrew

            Why is it that a billion Muslims live under authoritarian governments? Does Islam play a role in such widespread submission to authoritarian governments? I have no doubt that the great majority of Muslims are decent people. It seems to me that they need to free themselves of authoritarian rule and defang their religion of it’s primitive and hateful teachings. There is a struggle going on in Islam today between the, unfortunately too few, reformers and the fundamentalists and even terrorists who present themselves as the face of Islam. Western man had to engage in physical and intellectual revolutions to free himself from the oppressive instinct in Christianity. Muslims need to do the same, if they are to be free of authoritarian governments and the backward restraints of Islam.

          • Maximus

            Since when did Western society shed the oppressive influence of religion? There’s a fair amount of Bible thumping psychos here in the U.S. who would piss themselves with glee over the prospect of stoning some of us faggots to death.

            “Separation of church and state” doesn’t actually even exist in the Constitution/Bill of Rights. Rather, it’s a phrase penned by Jefferson in later writings regarding the intent of the First Amendment. Eventually it was used in the majority opinions of some Supreme Court rulings. Even so, judicial review is often at odds with public opinion. What that means is that the American people as a whole don’t necessarily deserve credit for progressive decisions by the Supreme Court.

            A substantial number of Americans base their political views on their religious convictions. If all laws were subject to nothing more than simple majority voter referendums, our society wouldn’t be nearly as secular as it is today.

            Regime change isn’t easy. We weren’t able to make it happen in Afghanistan nor in Iraq. There are 19 different parties attending the Syria peace talks currently taking place in Vienna. Islam isn’t what’s making that situation so complicated. The problem is that there are multiple rebel groups opposing a longstanding familial regime, some split across ethnic lines, each backed by different regional neighbors and world superpowers. As if those competing interests weren’t enough, the Islamic State extremists are also vying for territory and slaughtering any moderates who get in their way. But even for IS, Islam is just a means to an end. They use it as a convenient tool for channeling their anger and their hatred. If Islam didn’t exist, they would just rally around some other religion or cause. The anger and the hatred would still exist, and it would still be expressed.

            Jihadists want you to denigrate Islam and Middle Eastern culture. IS uses Western prejudice against Muslims as a recruiting tool. They point to it as evidence of conflict and justification for violence against us.

      • WhimsyCotton

        Us versus them is only applicable when you’re talking about two groups with small differences. In this case the “them” applies to a group of people who follow a barbaric 7th century set of beliefs more strictly than any other religious group ever followed their own religion.

        • Maximus

          What are you talking about? “Us vs. Them” refers to ingroup/outgroup distinctions, which can be based on either major or minor differences.

          More strictly than any other religious group? Did you literally never show up to your high school world history classes? Religious extremism and violent atrocities committed in the name of faith have been features of humanity since we first developed the capacity for abstract thought.

          • WhimsyCotton

            In modern times? Where information is readily available and teaches them how wrong they are about hunting people like us? Why are they allowed to be homophobic in the extreme without anyone batting an eyelash, but god forbid anyone criticize their religion because all hell breaks loose then.

          • Maximus

            What exactly is your understanding of how moral development works? Go on, I’m listening.

            https://media1.giphy.com/media/iDJuQR0UmiqOI/giphy.gif

          • WhimsyCotton

            I don’t know. Do we really need to teach people it’s bad to kill others for absolutely no reason? If one is taught to hate another group of people, they should question that idea not blindly base their life around hurting those people.
            The media teaches me to hate Muslims, but I don’t. I hate their religion, like I do all others, but I don’t hate them or act against them. I do judge them occasionally, but what am I if not human?

          • Maximus

            You can be a generally decent person and still be persuaded to stay silent about the atrocities you witness. Propaganda, misinformation, degradation, threats/intimidation—all very effective means for convincing people to behave in ways that are inconsistent with their personal values. Remember, every majority Muslim nation —with the exception of Tunisia—is ruled by a brutal authoritarian regime. Speaking out against extremism could put the average citizen and his/her family in mortal danger. Revolutions are often bloody and chaotic, and rarely have foreseeable end dates. The migrant crisis is indicative of just how many Muslims would rather live in societies of peace, freedom, and equality. You can’t make sweeping generalizations about a religion based on the acts of a few despots and some extremist psychos when they account for a relatively small portion of the whole population.

            However, if what you’re saying is that all religions are inherently insane and problematic, then you and I are in complete agreement.

  • WhimsyCotton

    So what you’re saying is that in 3 hours Muslim extremists killed nearly as many people as the IRA did in 3 decades? Imagine how many more people Muslim extremists have killed since then and how many they will continue to kill.

  • kevin

    That’s right. I sure folks killed in the King David Hotel bombing would agree that the Urgun were freedom-fighters, not terrorist.

  • badgamer1967

    So this would make every jew part of the Zionist agenda, the mans a freakin genius. I wish he would just choke on some truveda

    • Igloo Australia

      You don’t have to be Jews to be Zionists, but sure Jews have a responsibility to be Good Jews™. So much for supporting religious minority. http://media3.giphy.com/media/qwhoLuIJiiGCQ/giphy.gif

      • badgamer1967

        If you didn’t realize or understand that my post was just pure sarcasm to this banal FWAD, then please follow the directions below:

        • Igloo Australia

          No, you’re the one who needs to sit the fuck down. You clearly don’t even understand what you’re saying and how problematic it is to compare terrorism to Zionism. Jewish terrorism does exist, but Zionism isn’t an interchangeable word for it. You use it as a dirty word without knowing what it means and how it originated. If you want to say otherwise, then please explain the definition of Zionism and how it began back in 19th century. Your reply is as absurd as a man saying “All women must be feminists then” when a feminist woman accuse all men of being sexists and misogynists or a non-Black person saying “All black people must support the Black panther organization and think only the lives of Black people matter then” when a black person say all racists are white. They clearly don’t understan the movement and try to dirty the word.

          • badgamer1967

            I find you hilarious, your iggy Avatar alone, a person who has made numerous homophobic remarks on social media, yeah your cred is up there. Its been fun, bored now.

          • Igloo Australia

            I feel pity for you since you’re clearly using ad hominem and don’t have any logical thinking to begin with. Still don’t have an answer for my question? Didn’t expect much from you anyway. http://popcrush.com/files/2015/05/mariah-wave-bye.gif

  • MAnthony

    RELIGIOUS FUNDAMENTALISM! Heard of that?? @MichaelLucasNYC – If you haven’t your a dumb-ass. Terrorism can happen in the NAME of ANY religion!! – The DUMBING of AMERICA!

  • JohnnyVooDoo

    Michael Lucas is hardly a personality I think that should be under attack here.
    He is calling him a Bigot and asking to boycott his shit but you have studios like GayHoopla and CF that are ran by 98.99% straight people who tell you they hate what they do and just want your money but he never ask for a boycott on them .

    Although this guy has been some what impotent in his recent videos (I think it has to do with his age and number of videos made) he has been making porn forever and married to another man…. It wasn’t until I did some research at where I found out the reason why Zack (the guy who made this post) hates M Lucas is because of some old drama the two had with each other years ago. This is personal.

  • He’s right

    • It’s great you’ve learned to read and write with so little mental ability.

      • It’s great that you are defending a religion and its followers which find homosexuality abominable and even punishable by death.

        • I’m not, I’m defending the millions of Muslims who live by their religion’s rules just as little as millions of Christians and millions of Jews do. Do I like it? No. Do I think it’s ridiculous to still stand by religion at all? Yes. But good people who have brains enough to ignore the inhumane aspects of their religion (seriously, don’t get me started on the Bible – I can’t believe we’re not having this conversation about the millions upon millions of lives taken in extremist acts, hate attacks and wars done in the Christian god’s name before now) have the right to live in peace without being labeled ‘terrorists’.

  • The vast majority of murderers are men. This does not make all murderers men. What he said is factually incorrect, and there’s absolutely no doubt that his intention behind saying it was to incite controversy at the expense of other people and capitalise on this tragedy to get attention for his flagging empire. The only other option is that he’s an arrogant, hateful twat who thinks this horrible situation should be about his usual brand of crap.

    “You know what? These people are being massacred, and it has NOTHING to do with me yet!”

  • MAnthony

    Is Michael Lucas his REAL name? Isn’t he from another country? What is his Nationality?

    • Galaxy_Scribe

      He’s Russian.

      • MAnthony

        Thank you.

  • I wonder how his ideas for Palestinian ‘summer’ camps is going. He really should let his mustache grow back.

  • pangelboy
  • Knightgee

    All these people bloviating about “primitive religions” and “backwards, barbaric societies” needing to be barred from entering the West , meanwhile the so-called civilized West spent centuries fucking up these regions, pitting the people against each other, propping up dictators and despots, all for their own financial benefit. Maybe if The West had stayed out of the Third World to begin with (or maybe learned how to interact with other countries without feeling the barbaric need to colonize and exploit them), then they wouldn’t be sitting in fear of the results of postcolonial backlash. But instead they just do what they’ve done from the beginning: insist it’s those other darker, less “civilized” people who are the evil ones while bombing the hell out of their homes and pilfering their resources.

    • andrew

      You have correctly alluded to the many evils of European colonialism but you neglected to mention how in the 8th century the Arab Muslims swept across North Africa converting the people to Islam by the sword and how they invaded the Iberian peninsula and controlled those European people for centuries. All the evil deeds committed by various peoples doesn’t alter the fact that in this the 21st century, one of the biggest threats to peace is terrorism inspired by Islamic fundamentalism and one of the reasons that many of the world’s Muslim peoples have been unable to use their enormous talents to develop into more prosperous and freer societies is because of Islamic fundamentalism.

      • nick

        You do have to wonder what the west would be like now if the Catholic (or some other Christian church) had continued to have the power and influence it had a few centuries ago, I don’t think we’d be reading this website for a start.

  • joe campbell

    I canot believe that you would post this at such a dreadful time…. Shame on you zack…there are people in the real world hurting so bad right now…

  • MAnthony

    Although the two highest commandments in Christianity are to love God and “love your neighbor as yourself,” (Pfft we see how that’s going!) some institutions and individuals have acted violently and attempted to justify themselves through Christian writings. The relationship between Christianity and violence is a subject of controversy because some have used or interpreted its teachings to justify violence, while others maintain that it only promotes peace, love, and compassion. ( So which is it?? )

  • pazzy wazzy

    why do we even bother to look up to people who have sex for money on camera? most of these guys have something off with them anyway. yet we’re looking at these people like they’re honorable or worth attention. worst off, there’s blogs centered around these guys. i’m not even shocked or give a fuck because i know what to expect from these guys.

    i sure as hell don’t center my life around sex or being gay and etc. i’m just a regular dude that just so happens to be gay. why can’t other gay dudes simply just be normal instead of this bullshit where we’re trying way too hard to basically be perfect and sex objects?

    • MAnthony

      Preach. This “Obsession” with the guys who have sex on film is disturbing. The talks that sound like these are real people the viewer cares about when the performer isn’t even a real name. It’s very bizarre to me. However I find it intriguing to read this stuff because it’s bad enough society has to wonder if Jennifer Aniston is happy in love or there are shows like TMZ. Who the fuck takes the time to give a shit about people (Or fake people) that have nothing to do with their lives personally? And WHY? You would think some of these porn dudes should be “Well Known” in the mainstream media. Their ego’s and Twitter rants certainly seem to show that. Your life should be invested in yourself, your loved ones, your career, helping to make the word a better place….not putting a domestic abuser who STILL is able to make money on a pedestal. Click Baiting people with a headline that takes you to a porn site, that just last week you trashed on the same site. Gay Porn Gossip is almost as bad as ISIS.

  • Get_Loud2

    ooohhhh c’mon zachh……. let’s keep make a boundaries between reality ,religion , politic and porn, maybe I hate lukas as a person , but. I can’t deny he keep make a good porn , and I think you make this statement because you hate asssss fuck with this duck face , but as long they make good porn , why not ?, “Don’t buy his products (not that the overwhelming majority of you do
    anyway), and don’t support the models, companies, press, or industry
    members who do any business with Michael Lucas or Lucas Entertainment”
    it’s stupid quotes from you zachhhh, banned lukas it’s mean you banned 1 from few best porn studio in the world, don’t be rude zach.

    • MAnthony

      Either Zach knows some sort of truth about this company that would have it crumbling down or every guy who works for that studio is given a lobotomy. If it’s as bad as I keep reading about why are there so many guys working for them. I see new content every week. The industry itself is not angelic. Companies pop up left and right, guys come and go quicker than the time it takes to eat a pizza.(The criminals, homophobes racists, seem to stay around a lot longer, and get more “Press” for some weird ass reason) It is fun to read about, laugh my ass off, then move on with real life.

  • cris levin

    oh Michael, copying line from Bibi, what does he call unabomber, the guy flew into IRS building in Austin, or Timothy McVeigh.

    Short-memoried, and short-sighted, Mr. Lucas is a great porn performer, who should just keep his ignorant mouth shut.