Sean Cody’s Jess Cums Uncontrollably While Sean Rides His Huge Cock

Posted March 11, 2016 by with 108 comments

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FINALLY. Today, Sean Cody has released a very good scene. In fact, Jess fucking Sean bareback is so great, it’s probably Sean Cody’s best release of the year so far.

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Even Sean is great here. For the first time ever, he shows off some impressive deep-throating skills as he swallows every inch of Jess’s huge cock:

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But it’s the fucking that’s the best part.

14Sean enthusiastically slides all the way up and down Jess’s rock hard cock, and it’s really fun to watch such a big-dicked bottom bouncing up and down like this:

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Jess has been known to “accidentally” cum early sometimes, and while I can’t tell if this cum shot was truly spontaneous, it’s easily the best Sean Cody cum shot of 2016. After several minutes of Sean riding him, Jess busts a huge nut—most of which is shot inside of Sean while Jess is still fucking him.

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Then? Sean very quickly slides right back down and continues to ride Jess’s cum-covered cock:

seanjess3Sean’s ass must be a perfect fit for Jess’s cock, because Jess cums inside of it twice more in this scene. Sean shoots two loads of his own—both of which happen while he’s being fucked.

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Sean Cody has been insanely inconsistent this year, but scenes like this are a reminder that they still know how to film the best gay porn in the industry.

Trailer (watch full scene here):

[Sean Cody: Jess Fucks Sean Bareback]

  • Jayden James

    This is finally a step in the right direction… Bravo Seancody

    • AJ2

      I’m. Surprised some network hasn’t done an entire reality show on g4p… Or even logo on gay porn being the scenes.. Yknow like a real. Housewives type.. Cast the porn couple, the Straight guy with a wife, the rivals, etc

      • Dale Bergman

        Do you see Broke Straight Boys on Here TV? What a disaster!

  • sanfv

    With his wife’s approval, Sean has finally become the power bottom he was always meant to be.
    Tears of joy were shed on set.
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  • Xzamilloh

    Watched the entire preview like:

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    And then the end… “Join Now To Watch The Full Movie”

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    Nah, I’m good.

  • Zealot

    Dusty, down at the garage is too busy this week rebuilding a big block V8 390 on Merle Shoemaker’s Super Bee classic to weigh in on today’s Sean Cody clip. So we’ve asked Big Jimmy Bob and Billy Saul Hurock to rate this for us. Their assessment? Well, read it for yourself…it don’t get much more better than that!

  • Dale Bergman

    So “Sean” was the watermelon this time (he stated that having sex with men was like “fucking a watermelon”). Look at him really smiling riding that cock! He makes me sick (I’m sure his girlfriend will love this scene)! I bet he went home after the shoot and complained about how “awful” it was to film. I cannot even look at his wrinkled face without thinking about his “I hate having sex with guys” comments on MTV’s True Life… No thanks…
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    I’ll go watch Jess and Peter’s classic scene again…
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    • Tim

      then you’ll likely never get it. it was a bad decision on both SC’s and his part to participate, but you get what you get when you deal with MTV, esp around porn.

      The guy has a social media presence. He interacts with fans. How SC allows this only for him and Brandon is beyond me, but eh. If one talks to the guy it is obvious this is work for him, and not his fav thing ever, but he engages playfully when he engages, takes compliments and direct/specific criticism well, and loves hanging out in Chicago’s gay neighborhoods with longtime friends.

      so, should you 1) cling to something said on a reality show as justification for disliking a person, 2) just shut up and remember it is porn or 3) actually care to listen to a guy apologize and explain and then let it go? I’d recommend doing some combination of 2 and 3, but to each his own.

      • Dale Bergman

        “then you’ll likely never get it.”

        Please elaborate. I don’t find him attractive and I didn’t like his personality that much in his MTV interview. I found him and his comments regarding gay porn irritating and off-putting… Yes, to each their own…

        • Tim

          how many times have you used an analogy that, out of context, doesn’t work? and we all know reality television by now–leading questions, unspoken assumptions, the incentive to be scandalous and non-serious.

          but it is also clear from the show, by itself, that he really does like gay people in general, even if he isn’t one. it is also clear that he sees this as a good financial move for him and his family. the whole “who wouldn’t take this job” line is an example. for a guy who cares so much about his health/staying fit and who is going to do that regardless, taking an occasional few days or even a week, expenses paid, to make what I make in 3 weeks at my basic, above-average service job I have and spend the rest of it with his wife and their kids and friends. . .

          What i see in the show is a broadly rational guy doing what he thinks is best and trying to enjoy doing it. one or two off-the-wall but honest comments about how the sex feels to him don’t strike me as either unexpected or particularly bad.

          • Dale Bergman

            What “analogy?” You’re saying that Sean’s statement that he “hates” having with men was taken out of context?

            I don’t care if he likes gay people and has gay friends (I didn’t accuse him of being homophobic). I don’t find Sean attractive and I found him very off-putting when I watched him on True Life. That’s great if you and others enjoy watching him work hard for his money (he gave an Oscar worthy performance with Jess).

          • Tim

            this Gina is an ex, the one with whom he has his kid (his wife has one from a previous relationship) and I don’t know the ex so I’ve reserved judgment not to believe him or her on this.

            as to the “hate” thing–I hate sex with women, and I can know this without having done it (even the slightest female voice while I’m trying to jack off, coming from anywhere, kills it for me). and you have to remember True Life was still relatively early in his run. He does, in private conversation, seem to be warming to it a bit, at least the physical aspects in the moment. as I think anyone would.

            but most people look at the True Life piece as being homophobic. If I grant Maximus’ point, you may be right. but I think G4P is more about unrequited desire than internalized homophobia. and so I’m not one to get pissy over it. The guy does his work and seems a decent human. Reality TV has a horrible effect on a large percentage of participants. MTV more so than most.

            If you don’t like him, don’t watch his scenes. Otherwise, get over it.

          • Dale Bergman

            “If you don’t like him, don’t watch his scenes. Otherwise, get over it.”

            I’m not anymore because I cancelled my Sean Cody subscription. Ben was a then 26 year old man and participated in that anti-gay porn propaganda show (it’s not like MTV held him at gunpoint and made him state those things). Get over it? I will ALWAYS state my views as I see fit. Avoid my posts if you dislike them.

          • slipperyslope

            This has been an interesting thread, and I’m just responding to the last comment to add my thoughts…

            For one- I agree with the person who said, among other things, that the ‘Turn the straight’ cliche is distasteful. There’s a big difference between the locker-room fantasy of “Gee, I’ve never,um, I’ve never had a guy suck my dick before!” and the idea that someone is literally gritting his teeth and watching straight porn off-camera to get through a scene and collect a paycheck.

            However- in regards to the “True Life” episode (which I had to turn off about ten minutes in because it was so ridiculous), I have been on both sides of ‘reality TV’, as a participant and in the casting process. Almost NOTHING is actually ‘real’ in these situations, and I can all but guarantee that the producers wanted to do a show that would be ‘shocking’. So, what is shocking about a guy who’s kind of interested in gay sex but also has a wife and kids on the side? It would be SO much more scandalous if he was really struggling with the whole ‘gay-for-pay’ issue and said things like “It’s sucks and I can barely get through the scene” or some other juicy soundbite involving a watermelon.

            Does this excuse Sean or Vadim for participating in the show and coming across as assholes? No, of course not. But it’s a far cry from the other d-bags who post things on their OWN social media like “I find dicks repulsive” or “I wish I’d never done gay porn”. That is not a producer feeding lines to a camera-starved exhibitionist who will do or say anything to be on-camera- that is a d-bag profiting off the gay dollar and trying to distance themselves from the gay community at the same time.

            In any case- I think this is an incredibly nuanced topic and people bring their own baggage to the table and that affects how they perceive models like Sean.

          • Dale Bergman

            Sean knew what the show was about (“I’m Gay For Pay”) and what he was getting into. CA just reminded me that he stated in his first Sean Cody scene (that he was open about being into guys).

          • slipperyslope

            “^ Those were HIS words”—– Ehhhhhh, I’m not so sure. They were probably either literally written for him to say, or he was ‘guided’ into saying them. OR- it was in response to something else and edited.

            AGAIN- please don’t think I am saying he wasn’t foolish for going on that show and thinking he wouldn’t look like an asshat. But he’s of the generation that believes notoriety is the same as fame is the same as value.

          • Dale Bergman

            ” Ehhhhhh, I’m not so sure. They were probably either literally written for him to say, or he was ‘guided’ into saying them. OR- it was in response to something else and edited.”

            That’s pure speculation…

            “AGAIN- please don’t think I am saying he wasn’t foolish for going on that show and thinking he wouldn’t look like an asshat.”

            You’re still making excuses for Sean and Vadim. They both agreed to do an anti-gay porn propaganda special (“I’m Gay For Pay”). There’s just no accountability here for these grown men (these excuses on here are asinine).

            “But he’s of the generation that believes notoriety is the same as fame is the same as value.”

            Lets not generalize a whole generation into the toilet… I’m sure there’s level-headed people of their own generation that would NEVER sacrifice their integrity on national television for thousands to see for a quick buck…

          • slipperyslope

            “That’s pure speculation.”

            Hence, my qualifier “probably”. I wasn’t there (and I’m assuming, neither were you. So why are you allowed to be certain of the truth and I’m relegated to speculating? Just curious)

            “They both agreed to do an anti-gay porn propaganda special”

            Again- neither of us were in the room when they were auditioning for this show. And make no mistake- reality shows cast just like scripted shows. However, based on my own personal experiences, I do not find it out of the realm of possibility that the show they were pitched was vastly different than what was aired. I do not think that the producers told them outright, “We’re really looking at an anti-gay propaganda angle here. How do you feel about that?”

            Most likely, they were told that they could tell “their side of the story” and then every question they were asked somehow related to how it felt to always feel like they had some secret, or how they had to hide this part of themselves from the people they loved the most. Not to be cruel, but neither of these boys (Sean/Vadim) seem particularly bright. I can imagine they were easy marks.

            You, of course, are free to look at it from your own perspective. That’s why I said this topic is very nuanced and everyone’s personal life bleeds into how they react to it.

            “Lets not generalize a whole generation into the trash”

            Ummmm…. Who made Kim Kardashian the most famous woman on the internet and a millionaire ten times over?

            It weren’t the baby-boomers, I’ll tell you that.

          • Dale Bergman

            Hence my “what is the truth?” question… I’m not certain of anything. Sean/Ben stated two opposite statements on Sean Cody and True Life. It still doesn’t change the fact he was disingenuous with one of those statements (for some cash). In my opinion, after seeing his scene with Jess, I believe he was honest in the Sean Cody interview…

            Yes, we both weren’t involved in the True Life special and we shouldn’t speculate… All of that is irrelevant.

            Did Sean/Ben denounce the show and state those statements were coerced like he did (allegedly) with the Sean Cody interview? Just the title “I’m Gay For Pay” is homophobic to me (read above). I’m also sure that there are people that are not very bright that have integrity and refuse to be “easy marks”.

            Do you think EVERYONE is like that from their generation? If you do then that’s a generalization… I know baby-boomers who supported and still like Kim Kardashian (there’s no accounting for taste).

          • slipperyslope

            “there’s no accounting for taste”

            We can agree on that!

            (And Jensen Ackles…. We’ll always have Jensen.)

            Look, at the end of the day, I appreciate your point of view and this is just (on my end, at least) a healthy discussion about a topic too large to ‘solve’ in the comment thread of a porn blog.

            Cheers, mate.

          • Dale Bergman

            Yes, there’s no use trying to make sense of all this anymore (I’m over it now).

            I really like you and I always enjoy our little interactions on here. You’re one of my favorites.

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          • slipperyslope

            Awwwww…. Let’s get gay married! It’s legal EVERYWHERE now! (Even in Kentucky!)

          • Dale Bergman
          • Scrapple

            You’re seriously making me long for the return of UnREAL. The average person would be shocked to see what really goes on behind the scenes of reality shows. It’s true, producers can only edit what you give them. But the truly skilled ones can turn any remark, action or reaction into a huge storyline.

          • slipperyslope

            Not somewhat ironically, I watched ‘UnREAL’ almost as if it were a hidden-camera documentary. It almost gave me hives and if I didn’t love Shiri Appleby so much and want to sleep with the British dude so much, I probably would’ve bailed.

            But here’s to Season Two!!!!!!!

          • Scrapple

            Everyone loves Shiri Appleby. That is a fact that will remain undisputed.

            Freddie Stroma is all kinds of delicious. The producers knew what they were doing giving him all those half naked scenes. It’s kind of funny that he ended up dating the actress who plays Anna (she’s now on Quantico). The show about a reality tv dating show actually made a love connection…and possibly broke up a marriage.

          • slipperyslope

            And somewhere, Mark Burnett is smiling devilishly.

          • Scrapple

            I see what you did there.

          • slipperyslope

            I knew you’d get it. 😉

          • Scrapple

            It’s clear you were not Touched by an Angel.

        • AJ2

          Sadly some do

        • Billybbb

          The idea of his wife enjoying watching him get fucked is SO HOT to me.

          • Dale Bergman

            Not me. What’s a guy in his 20’s doing with a face full of deep wrinkles?

          • Billybbb

            I think it’s sad that you set your Disqus settings to private while you troll an actor with the balls to put himself out there for judgement.

          • Dale Bergman

            Billybbb, that’s reaching… You went on my Disqus settings? What do you want to know? Are you looking for a diversion? I got all of my information from this site as well. That’s shameful, exploitative stupidity (that’s not having “balls”). I’m also not “trolling” this “actor”. Sean/Ben is a perfect example why I like and respect Colby Keller as an adult performer (how he has conducted himself in interviews over the years). Sean is a disgrace to this industry and I despise his presence.

      • kkdd1

        I think SC allowed Sean to participate because in falls into there whole I am STR8 fantasy .

        • AJ2

          Its called marketing and publicity. It was promotion for both Sean & SC…

          • Tim

            you don’t have to do explicit promotion to be promoting yourself. I’m sure SC and Men and BSB all saw upticks after, especially since Diego appeared briefly in the Vadim part and they actually used his first name (I guess he doesn’t use a stage name or only a stage last name?)

    • Trepakprince

      So I’m just going to preface my comment with I’m just looking for a healthy debate.

      I don’t understand the Sean animosity. So he hates having sex with guys, so what? I’m sure we’ve all had a job that we hate but just so because either we’re really good at it or are waiting for a better opportunity. The bloke is a sex worker and as far as I can tell, leaves his homophobia at the door and provides a pretty solid scene. It’s not like he’s Cody Cummings where you can tell he’s hating every minute of it.

      If he hates gay sex, again so what? I’m as gay as they come and personally I can never bottom. I’ve tried countless time and I hate it, I’m actually jealous of Sean. Girl swings harder on a pole than Demi in Striptease.

      I just think the self indignation is a bit much. Maybe I’m missing something but if that’s all he said about gay sex, I think us gays are getting a bit too emotional and are reaching.

      • 1234

        OK I see your point. Other than the TV show, he didn’t say anything homophobic. I love this- “Girl swings harder on a pole than Demi in Striptease.”

        • kkdd1

          I think the I HATE GAY SEX was 4 the paycheck MTV probably would not have giving him one if he said he loved it and further more Sean maybe G4P but when he grabbed Jess around the neck 4 a kiss as Jess was FUCKING the HELL out of him was a clear indication that Sean was ENJOYING every inch of Jess dick

      • Luca

        besides, if he really hates having sex with men that much, he’s an oscar-worthy actor judging by the enthusiasm he’s riding that dick in the scene.

      • Blacharrt

        You bitches are fickle. Sex work is a job literally anyone can do, it takes no skill really. And these same ppl who commented on the true life story and now the same ones drooling over this dude. Wtv hoes.

        If he hates gay sex then he simply doesn’t have to have it, don’t go on TV talking about how much you do not want to do it and continue to do it. It’s not a recession hoe, get a job!

        It seems it take a certain type of straight person to do gay porn (Sean cody)… generally: lazy (Brandon), desparate (Noah),criminal (Dennis),drug addict (Mario Roma) there are actual rare occasions a stable person that’s hired by Sean cody and stays there. Let’s not forget these are hookers on film. I may hate my job sometimes but there is nothing stopping me from leaving it. It’s a choice, and he clergy made his so he shouldn’t be complaining about it.

        • Trepakprince

          I’m not going to sit here and be a Sean apologist. For a thousand dollars a scene, yes, anyone can do porn today. I’ve dated guys who did porn or stripped. Some did it because they we’re exhibitionist, others liked the fame and some were just too dumb to do anything else. I won’t bash their profession because the stench of hypocrisy won’t let me.
          I’m not going to sit up here and be Sean’s career builder search engine. So what if he said he hates doing gay porn? A lot of female sex workers hate lesbian scenes but they know it pays the bills.

          As far as me being a fickle bitch, my comments aren’t private. Feel free to find one where I bashed Sean for his TL comments. I thought the entire episode was ridiculous and I thought the producers had a storyline and they weren’t going to deviate from that.

          Sean isn’t my type but I’d like to think I’m very fair when I judge a scene. Clearly he exceeded my expectations in this one and for that I will say bravo.

          • Blacharrt

            the fickle part wasn’t being addressed to you but the comment section in general,

            Oddly enough it cut out some of the other examples (pedophiles – Dennis, criminals – Jarec, Drug Addicts – Mario Roma) i had in regards to the quality of straight men who do gay porn, and if you dated some of these straight men whom i was referring they clearly weren’t straight.

            the part that was addressed directly to your statement was the part that if these people didn’t like their jobs, they can get another one. sex work, isn’t a job that people generally take if they have to, some do ,those are the exceptions, not the standard.

            If he doesn’t like to take dick in the ass, or mouth or wherever he doesn’t have to do it, and he shouldn’t go on mass tv talking about something he doesn’t have to do if he doesn’t want to. Clearly he does want to do it, stating money is the motivation doesn’t excuse the fact that he wants to do it for the money. So he needs to stop being a hypocrite and a whiny bitch, if you can’t stand it leave, or as my momma used to say “Piss or get off the pot”.

          • Dale Bergman

            I would rather work four jobs than have to eat and fuck a vagina. He clearly loves getting cock on the side and his excuses are ineffectual and selfish. That wife of his seems like another asshole. Their children are the ones that are going to suffer the most in the long run…

          • CA

            Lol….I still want to know when he said he hates gay sex? It’s like people are making that up. Just because he compared sex to fucking a watermelon doesn’t mean he hates it.

            I feel like I say this every time the TL story comes up….Sean was super open about being into guys way before that in his first SC scenes.

          • Dale Bergman

            “It’s a very difficult process”, it sucks and I don’t enjoy it at all” (after he stated that he wasn’t gay or bisexual).

            “Sean was super open about being into guys way before that in his first SC scenes.”

            Really? He stated in the True Life episode that he never even thought about being with a guy… What’s the truth? He’ll say anything for some cash. The True Life episode was ant-gay porn propaganda and I’ll always dislike him and Vadim Black (another asshole and lair) for participating in it.

          • CA

            I’d find being a porn model very difficult and that it sucks too…I’m gay, btw.

          • Dale Bergman

            You acknowledged that Sean was a liar above… Body language doesn’t lie as well…

          • CA

            I’m not making excuses for him, I just think he’s kinda fucked up in the head and I’m not going to try and get caught up in Sean’s crazy to determine if he’s gay, straight or bi…he probably hasn’t honestly admitted what he is to himself yet.

            He also claimed to be into guys way before he was on MTV–that is all I’m saying. I watched TL the week it came on so I don’t remember verbatim every soundbite they pulled together. I do know that I was on a reality TV show and they follow you around for weeks/months and piece together a 30 minute episode of comments you’ve made.

            Just a note: in any reality show you watch and the person is being interviewed by a producer off camera, they are being fed leading questions that they are asked to answer in an open ended way and they cut the response to fit the storyline narrative. Also, you should assume it took place in a day unrelated to any action storyline they edit it with.

            I think I took the show mostly as a joke because it was so poorly produced. The editing was awful and you can clearly tell how they tossed them into circumstances that were unnatural and staged–this was no documentary. There is good reality TV and bad reality TV and TL has gone down the drain. I’ll stick to The Bachelor/Bachelorette…thats a serious thought, that franchise does reality TV well.

          • Dale Bergman

            All of that is speculation and there’s no use trying to make sense of Sean’s nonsense.

        • Dale Bergman

          I’m not one of the ones “drooling” over Sean. I find him very unattractive (I also think he looks old).

      • Maximus

        Putting a man who quite vocally identifies as straight in gay porn is intrinsically homophobic and a prime example of the institutionalized discrimination against gay men that exists within entertainment media. This is why:
        1) G4P implies that gay sex is an undesirable activity in which one only ever participates out of financial necessity, a sort of “necessary evil.” That is invalidating to those who actually enjoy gay sex, especially those who are completely incapable of enjoying straight sex.
        2) By holding up straight men as the ultimate objects of fantasy, porn studios imply that those are the type of men who viewers should want to be and want to be with. In other words, it attributes greater value to men who lead heterosexual lives (date women) and conform to traditionally masculine gender roles/behaviors.
        3) The straight fantasy born from internalized homophobia is a relic of older generations that should be abandoned for the sake of the current and future generations of young gay men.
        3) By capitalizing on internalized homophobia, straight-owned studios and performers are perpetuating a climate of oppression.
        4) G4P promotes the misconception that same-sex attraction is something that an individual can choose to acquire and discard any time at will.
        4) Hiring straight models leaves fewer employment opportunities for gay men. That type of underrepresentation in entertainment media exaggerates the degree to which homosexuality is abnormal within the general population. This can make gay men feel like freaks or deviants when in reality, they are simply different.

        If some of you rainbow dinosaurs can really only get off from psychosexual self-flagellation, then you need to find a way to do so without inadvertently hitting the rest of us every time you raise the whip.

        • Trepakprince

          Okay Kierkegaard, do we ever think that the reason there are so many straight guys doing gay porn is because straight guys still outnumber gays 9-1? I mean most male go go boys, strippers, he’ll I’ll even add bartenders are straight. I do wish there was more representation for gays, then again all I care about is the performance.

          I think gays who see idolize straight men in porn are just reflecting back on their teen experiences. Whether it may be the jock best friend who you had a crush on but knew he was straight so all you could do was fantasize. I don’t fault guys who think that way. I do judge guys who state no fats or fems because I think that persona is steeped in homophobia and self hate.

          The porn industry is flawed, whether you look at the over lopsided ratio of minority representation versus white or the slut shaming the viewer post about the worker in the dark. We have the power to change this with our wallets. I buy niches I’m attracted to and cancel those I don’t and at the end of the day I don’t consider myself a self righteous viewer who castigates all that he sees. As far as feeling like a deviant, yeah I miss those days. Quit trying to box every gay into a Modern Family archetype when some of us enjoyed being a Queer as Folk cast.

          • Maximus

            Hmm. I don’t buy the “We don’t get enough gay applicants” excuse any more than I buy the “We don’t get enough black applicants” excuse. Sure, studios put out job ads, but they also go out and actively recruit. How can they know if there are enough willing gay men to satisfy market demands when they’re devoting almost all of their casting efforts to snagging masc straight guys?

            I agree with you that the lingering high school fantasy of getting with the straight jock or the straight best friend is perfectly healthy and deserves its own porn niche. My issue is with G4P being the mainstream status quo and dominating almost the entire market.

            It is absolutely not my intention to force gay men into being all nuclear with a white picket fence and 2.43 kids, and I apologize if my previous post came off that wat. What I’m arguing against is an industry that implicitly communicates to viewers that homosexuality is different and therefore inherently bad/freakish/aberrant/undesirable.

            I will also never understand the appeal of watching people have sex when you know for a fact that they are not enjoying themselves. Would you ever want to have actual sex with someone who wasn’t into it? The whole concept just makes me really uncomfortable.

          • Tim

            Now I get you a bit, Maximus. I’m just not as certain that that is the implication of G4P. I mean, you’d have to pay me a pretty penny to try bungee jumping, but if I tried it and liked it, I’d still take a paycheck for doing it again if you offered. and if I tried it and didn’t like it but liked the money more than I didn’t like it, I might do it a bit more.

            for me G4P says “gay sex is different from str8 sex. but it sure as hell is worth giving a try, even if we have to pay you to do so” as much as it is about it being anything else.

            so many gay guys in the recent past, and some today, had to/have to live their lives in the closet, dutifully fucking their wives and pretending to be happy. sexual performance is about more than desire. most of these guys will never fuck another dude again after they are done with the work. but a few of them will, at least from time to time or in specific circumstances.

            back when the gay rights movement was more about loving/fucking as you saw fit and communal solidarity than about getting married, this would have been applauded (or so I’d think/have been told). I think in this case we can have our cake and eat it. if we are careful. G4P is powerful, but not quite paradigmatic.

            we can have our fantasy about straight jocks like these guys, worship the best looking among us like Diego Sans and those with the biggest dicks like Rocco Steele or Cutler X and those with the biggest personalities like Colby Keller. we can have our niche groups and guys that only want to watch bareback or only want to watch condom porn can have what they want.

            we just need to not get all hyperfocused on any one performer or studio and remember all humans are wonderful and horrible, brilliant and stupid, sexy and sleazy, faithful and irreverent, saintly and slutty.

          • RBLover

            “I will also never understand the appeal of watching people have sex when you know for a fact that they are not enjoying themselves. Would you ever want to have actual sex with someone who wasn’t into it? The whole concept just makes me really uncomfortable.” Don’t bog us down with your hang ups. If we’re talking no-strings/anonymous hook up sex, then as long as he puts out well enough, then no I do not care that he’s not into it, :-) Ha

          • Maximus

            That’s an incredibly callous and egocentric attitude to have about sex. I’m legitimately disgusted.

          • RBLover

            well I was only half serious with my comment but with yours…I dunno… From reading all your posts above, I fear you may have somewhat lost touch with reality. Unless you’re watching private amateur porn between couples, porn is just a fantasy. They are there for the paycheck Even if they don’t say that they “hate doing gay porn” for a deliberately edited MTV show, I highly doubt they’re having a blast. I have two friends who work behind the scenes and it is no party on-set. If you need to know that the performers are genuinely into it to enjoy the viewing, well that’s your own weird personal hang-up, not a problem with the industry.

          • Maximus

            Mhmm. Whatever you say, gurl.

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          • fredsugar

            Then you need to try and produce your own porn, you’ll quickly find out for yourself.

          • moondoggy

            lol @ Kierkegaard. This offered just the right amount of shade without being totally mean or rude. I actually agree more with Maximus than with you, but I think a good debate should involve a good friendly smackdown that both parties can laugh about.

            Maximus: “2) By holding up straight men as the ultimate objects of fantasy, porn studios imply that those are the type of men who viewers should want to be and want to be with. In other words, it attributes greater value to men who lead heterosexual lives (date women) and conform to traditionally masculine gender roles/behaviors.”

            That has been going on for a long, long time. The movies of John Travis and Matt Sterling tended to construct the straight top (read “so called” as the default subtext to all uses of “straight” here) as the bigger-than-life (multiple puns intended) hero whose ass never took more than a tongue, and whose virility was so extreme that the slightest temporary female unavailability would result in the need to fuck the nearest male ass. The bottoms in those scenes were always agreeable, grateful, and a little servile.

            William Higgins’s movies were more complicated, but most of the time involved at least one straight character. But what I loved, loved, loved about Leo Ford was that he was so unapologetically gay. When he tells Rick Donovan that he has a beautiful cock, and Rick responds, “That’s what the girls at school say,” Rick is the one who comes off nervous and sheepish. The sailor in Sailor in the Wild comes to accept himself through a “cut the bullshit” fuck from Leo. I don’t think any porn star ever genuinely changed me the way Leo did.

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          • Trepakprince

            Ha! At the end of the day there’s no reason for me to get mean about this topic, we’re talking about bloody porn not ISIS. I actually like the straight turned gay genre even though I know it’s a lie. I remember Circle Jerk Boys used to do it so well with an earlier Damien Crosse who is clearly gay. Bait Buddies sort of does it but it’s all cheesy and all the same.

            Maybe it’s my warped morals but I’m an unaffected whatsoever by a straight guy playing on the heart strings of his gay followers (cough Joe Jonas). The great thing about having so many studios in prob is that all my desires are met. I get my sleaze from Maverickmen, my military fetish with an annoying side by side jerk off from Active Duty and my WASP turn on from CF & SC.

            I’m glad for this self introspection but we all know we’re not going to change minds today but at least we had a civil dialogue.

        • Dale Bergman

          Excellent post, Maximus!

        • CA

          I’ve never heard him say he hates gay sex.

          His first videos at SC he clearly says he has explored sex with men pre-SC.

          • Maximus

            Did you not hear about his appearance on True Life?……

          • CA

            I did–he never said those words. I also think much of that show was a written made-up storyline like all of reality TV.

          • Dale Bergman

            “I also think much of that show was a written made-up storyline like all reality TV.”

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          • Maximus

            He made it very clear that he does not enjoy it all. He said that he is as sexually aroused by men as he is by inanimate objects (fucking a man = fucking a watermelon).

          • Dale Bergman

            Then he’s a fucking lair because he stated that he never even thought about having sex with men in his True Life interview…

          • Tim

            and has said before, openly on twitter I think, that some of his solo answers on SC were for dramatic/marketing effect

          • Dale Bergman

            Source? Again, what’s the truth?

          • Tim

            Take an epistemology course. You’ll learn that the concept of truth is a very, very hard one to pin down. Suffice it to say, if I’m paying money for it or there is advertising involved, I’m going to take it with a grain of salt. all the way around

          • Dale Bergman

            I did after my psychology course… Again, do you have the source?

          • CA

            A liar, yes certainly he is.

        • Gazzaq

          Well Put . Sadly they just state they hate Sex with Men to gain more publicity for their short porn careers. It gains them more dollars as people enjoy seeing ‘Straight Men’ Fuck each other. I don’t listen to them these performers as I am not interested in what they have to say. Its a Fantasy and I just want to see them Fucked Down end off.

      • Caleb Exhem

        Hey if he hates it he hates it however you can’t deny that he dancing on that pole looking happier then a pig in shit. I just am here for the scene lol

      • Dale Bergman

        “So he hates having sex with guys, so what?”

        He’s one hell of a great actor! Was he dishonest about “hating” gay sex for a paycheck from MTV or was he genuine? I don’t care. I personally don’t want to watch a guy that stated on national television that he “hates” having sex with men and then gives Oscar worthy performances on film (I find that irritating). I cannot watch any scenes he’s in now because I cannot separate his comments and just watch him (it doesn’t help that I find him unattractive). That’s nice if you and others enjoy his “hard work”…

      • Gazzaq

        Well Said!

  • Tim

    I’ve always loved them both, and it takes some practice to bottom or top well, and he’s been getting better at both overall (though his topping skills were best put to work with Lane).

    but yeah, I loved this, but I’m still waiting to see that perfect ass of Jess’ pounded. I keep fantasizing about a “revenge” scene with now Sean, Randy, Curtis, annihilating him in a group scene. Maybe they could even get Peter back for something like that. Just me dreaming, probably.

  • Jemoen

    YES, Sean slaying like that! He’s one of my biggest SC obsessions, love him

  • Scrapple

    Jess got all up in that ass. It was like Negan bringing Lucille bacstage at a Gallagher show. Nothing but smashed watermelon all over the place.

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      • Scrapple

        Glorificus!

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  • sam my

    I’m just not seeing it, still a boring scene, but to each its own.

    • Gazzaq

      You need to watch the scene in full.

  • sxg

    You’re so dickmatized by Jess’ cock that you don’t even bring up Sean’s appearance on MTV’s True Life like you have been doing ever since we all found out how awful it was!

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    • ShadowC0N

      I mean, yea he was on True Life. But, so what? So was Forrest, aka Anthony.

      • Dale Bergman

        “It’s a very difficult process”, it sucks and I don’t enjoy it at all.”

        ^ Did Forrest state that?

        • ShadowC0N

          Lol so? The guy is still doing gay porn for money. I still enjoy seeing him in his scene.

          • Dale Bergman

            Forrest didn’t make statements that I found offensive and annoying…

          • ShadowC0N

            Ok? I mean, to each his own. I just thought it was the wrong thing to say on tv. But to hold the guy hostage because he said some garbage just seems petty.

          • Dale Bergman

            Who’s holding Sean/Ben “hostage”? I stated my opinion and moved on.

          • ShadowC0N

            Maybe hostage was too strong a word. I know everyone has their opinions.

  • Mike Julius

    If only they paper-bagged Sean’s face first…

  • smileyface12345

    Wow Sean’s watermelon was given a true workout this time!

  • Billybbb

    I REALLY wish someone got their ass eaten in this scene. Don’t care which one. But I’ve been waiting for Jess to get his ass eaten again ever since the first fuck scene of his they released.

  • AJ2

    I’d rather watch real gay men vs straight guys going through the motions for a check

  • Myko

    The trailer is, as usual, better than the scene itself.
    Time to cancel my Sean Cody membership.

    SC have been shitter than shit this year,

  • Gazzaq

    Excellent Scene Nuff Said SC is Back.

  • freater

    Jess has a lovely dick, but certainly not “huge” as you suggested. Please stop this click bait and switch non sense.