On The One-Year Anniversary Of His Suicide, RealityDudes Has Released A Dimitri Kane Orgy

Posted December 22, 2016 by with 29 comments

19In November of 2015, Str8UpGayPorn reported on the tragic suicide of 20-year-old gay porn star Dimitri Kane. Now, almost one year later, RealityDudes is releasing a Dimitri Kane orgy scene.

24RealityDudes is at least the third studio to release a Dimitri Kane scene following his death, with CollegeDudes doing it less than two weeks after he died, and NextDoor doing it last August. NextDoor included an absurd disclaimer in their scene’s description, writing that they “believe [Dimitri] would have wanted his work to eventually be made available to his fans.”

RealityDudes, at least, didn’t issue a statement for this scene, which was obviously filmed well over a year ago, if not closer to two years ago. Of course, as with most of the content they release, I doubt RealityDudes even realized who was in this scene upon releasing it today, let alone cared if the scene was any good.

33 31Trailer (watch full scene here):

[RealityDudes: Dimitri Kane Orgy]

 

  • DrunkEnough

    Nothin’ sexier than jerking off to the last expressions of a lost soul’s inner anguish.
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/70ef427608ceb9d633206f5b5bfbc33074622047f61b43fb9e0d2e4332bfeaaf.gif

  • sanfv

    Sigh… Do they even read the news. What is “ethics” in an industry that lacks them?

  • sxg

    You know a scene is super old when none of the guys in the scene is still doing porn. I’m sure with how Men squirrels away their scenes they’re bound to have quite a few with dead pornstars.

    • McM.

      Tyler Rush does the occasional scene with Kink. But he currently appears to be more focused on developing Watts the Safeword, and I think that’s a good career move on his part.

      • Scrapple

        Does that have something to do with energy efficient lightbulbs in BDSM dungeons?

  • Cubankid

    Stay Classy, Mind Geek.

    • WhimsyCotton

      They probably automate everything and update on a schedule.

  • NickDC

    Is this the porn equivalent of Interscope releasing Until the End of Time a couple years after Tupac’s death?

  • Steve

    Shame. I hope the better studios have the respect to not release any of Alexander Gustavo’s post suicide scenes. It’s just grisly and not worth it despite what they have invested.

  • Marik Ishtar

    I will just say this. I am not placing blame or shaming, but I do not believe his family loved him.

    Rest In Peace
    Love is out there for everyone

  • kevin

    Corbin Fisher actually had the decency to delete the scenes by the kid who shot himself.

    • WhimsyCotton

      What about Sean’s scenes?

    • seeker630

      And now they’ve removed most of Logan’s scenes (all the ones with his name in the title).
      Of course, his death wasn’t a suicide.

  • Zealot

    ….and our research shows, rather unequivocally that December, 2016 should be an optimal time to release “Scene X” as we’ve come to know it. Of course that recommendation came from a focus group which consisted mainly of people who were not of porn-wathing age at the time of (cough, cough) you-know-who’s passing, so the findings may be a bit skewed. But no matter, let’s discuss this year’s bonuses and where we’re having the company Luau in June. I’m really pushing for Barbados, but you really can’t beat Hawaii anytime you wanna talk “luau”, right? Show of hands?

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/2d181a91c0437ad8f4247b697815fbf1ffda771b3109ae78e0b38d769f5c610a.jpg

  • emercycrite

    I see dead people.

  • CA

    I really do not see what the issue is. The guy made porn for a living and he has material that was made prior to his death….happens in every industry. A product is produced, a person dies, the product is still sold.

    The only reasons I can think of that people find this to be a problem, is if we think porn is not like other products–do those who think this is a bad idea find pornography to be embarrassing or shameful and therefore it is disrespectful to release? Is pornography the reason for his suicide? If so why?

    What is the difference between this and Heath Ledger movies completed and released postmortem? Followed by a subsequent Oscar postmortem for said work? His industry applauded his performances and paid respect to him for the work he did.

    I really am interested in why people find this so terrible.

    • astfgl

      I think part of it, at least, has to do with the fact that this isn’t someone dying of natural causes. Far too often the cause is either drug overdose or suicide, and with both of those you have to wonder how the industry itself (and the culture of fans, and social media, and all the other attendant evils) contributed to that. I don’t think producers are steadying the barrel while these guys kill pull the trigger, but for so many performers to die in such similar fashions (and fashions that strongly imply that the victims were suffering mentally), it begs the question of how complicit the industry itself is, and what responsibility it has to make things better for performers.

      At that point, yeah, it seems remarkably callous to release (and profit off of) new content for someone who was obviously suffering and possibly unable to make healthy choices for themselves. Again, it would be one thing if the guys had died naturally, or in some bizarre manner unconnected to porn (like a car accident), but that’s not what’s going on here.

      • CA

        I agree that there is a real issue in the porn industry surrounding drugs and suicide–I’d challenge that those who “died by accident” due to an addiction and overdose are equity as sad.

        I just don’t think we do much favor to the issue by hiding those who struggled by ignoring their work. I also think part of the issue is many performers feel shamed and shunned and we shouldn’t, as supporters of the industry, ignore and hide the work of someone like Dimitry like it was shameful and worthy of being shunned.

        • Zoey

          I don’t know how jerking off to it is going to change anything though.

          • CA

            I don’t know if the act of jerking off will change anything, but the act of respecting the work he as done by releasing it–like we do all entertainers–could show a level of respect and support of that work and for the sacrifices he made to be a sex performer.

    • DrunkEnough

      I don’t think there was a single person who watched Heath Ledger’s posthumous performances without a twinge of sadness and regret. His death made his unreleased films quite poignant. The last thing I want in a fuck scene is “poignant,” and I may be unlike other people (or just you), but I can’t just forget that poignancy because I’m looking at a hot piece of ass.

      • CA

        I can understand that–getting off to someone who died so tragically doesn’t feel natural to me much either. However, I don’t presume to know how others feel and I still don’t see the big deal with the release under that rationale.

        We can all choose to watch or not watch like we do any scene released on any given day.

        • lordgabux

          I totally agree with you. People die every day. It doesn’t matter how they die, it happens— it’s part of life. If someone makes the decision to send themselves to the next life, who are we to judge? Robin Williams took his life just before his last movie came out. But as you said, most people don’t see porn as art or an artistic expression, they just see filth, and that is the problem. I personally don’t let my emotions be invested in porn actors, not because I don’t see them as humans but because they sell a fantasy and that fantasy is not their real life. I don’t care if they are good people or bad people in their private (and not so private) life, that is none of my business. I appreciate the effort they put to give us pleasure and I respect that. Dmitry was a beautiful man, and I don’t think the way he died should be a fact as to enjoy his work or not.

    • BLACKjHAMMER

      Heath Ledger was not sucking dick and getting FUCKED up the ass

      • CA

        I know…what is your point?

  • ToxicBrew

    I’d still want my scenes released if I killed myself. Put a twinkle in my eyes in the after life knowing some poor lonely guy rubbed one out to me.

  • John

    Sorry I don’t see the problem, the man was a porn actor he passed and his work is released….that happens in main stream films as well, its not like he was ashamed of his work…..now if they were exploiting his death in some way to make money that would be awful, but they’re not they filmed a porn scene and released it….he probably would want his work to be released at some point….why wouldn’t he

  • BLACKjHAMMER

    Call me old fashion but I have a hard time keeping a boner when there is a dead guy in the mixs