Tom Faulk Exclusive: Why He’s Gay-For-Free, Why He’s Been Arrested, And Why Someone Might Die On A Gay Porn Set

Posted August 7, 2015 by with 217 comments

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For nearly five years, blond bombshell Tom Faulk has smoked, laughed, and fucked his way through nearly one hundred gay porn scenes. Some had condoms, some were bareback. Sometimes he had long hair, sometimes he had short hair. In some he was a top, and in some he was a bottom. Tom has done it all, but he’s never done an interview with Str8UpGayPorn—until now.

In his most forthcoming and revealing interview ever, Tom Faulk opens up to Str8UpGayPorn about how he does his hair, whether or not he’s really straight, rampant Trimix use on a gay porn set, what led to that infamous face kick, and much, much more.

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Str8UpGayPorn: Let’s start with what a lot of people saw most recently—your fight on the FraternityX set. What happened in the moments leading up to when you finally kicked Donny Forza in the face?
Tom Faulk: Donny and I were actually really cool before filming, and he was actually the last person I expected to have issues with at all. But in the minutes leading up to this, in between takes, I was telling Donny to “act” more and fuck less hard, because I was getting beat up. I told him this two or three times quietly off camera before the kick happened, but in the seconds leading up to [the kick] he was forcing himself past my hand barrier.

And then after the kick, you’re shown walking away, but then the tape stops. What happened next? Did you continue filming after the fight?
[Producer] Mike Gilbert came out to me outside and asked me to forgive and forget, and continue. Donny came out, and I apologized and shook his hand, and I told him that if he wanted to fight, let’s fight. Or, if he wanted to make money, let’s make money.

So you kept shooting.
We made money and were pretty adult, but I could tell Donny was still a little pissed. But I really didn’t care. And make no mistake, everyone on set was mad at him for other shit, too.

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These FratX scenes were your first bareback scenes. What led to your decision to go to bareback, and what’s the STD testing process like?
STD testing was mandatory. I would never do it if it wasn’t. We were all tested together and stayed in a nice house off set during non-filming hours. When filming time came, two of the bottoms either didn’t show up or they tested out, so they called for volunteers.

To bottom?
Yeah, and I raised my hand second, because nobody else was besides me and that [Tyler Sky] kid. He was a boss, a total team player like me, and we had to do the majority of the bottom scenes because the “straight” guys wouldn’t budge.

Is it hard for everyone—especially all the “straight” tops—to stay hard and perform?
On the third day of filming, Mike Gilbert was giving Trimix shots to the models, but I don’t take Trimix and I never had, but that day—even though I was hard—he told me it was “just in case.”

What did it feel like?
My dick was immediately full of pain and bruised heavily on one side, and I couldn’t get a boner. From what I’ve researched, I am allergic to it! These poor other guys’ dicks were so bruised and fucked up from shooting. Some kids had never shot before; it was nasty and painful, and made me glad I’ve never injected before. It ruined the scene I was working on.

And this producer is giving the shots?
Yeah. Mike Gilbert is an immature Canadian fuck who brags about going on cruises and taking ten or fifteen shots a day. He force feeds it to a bunch of kids while they do poppers, drink beer, and smoke weed. Out of all those things, the weed is not dangerous, but given the nature of the group scenes, I feel like it’s only a matter of time before somebody dies.

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You’ve been open about your marijuana use, but other than that, you don’t do any other drugs.
That’s right. When I started doing porn at CollegeDudes I was actually an ecstasy dealer, and I just wanted extra cash to go shopping and stuff. But as time went on, so did the comedowns, and when I reemerged at Men.com, I was sober from hard drugs for at least a year.

What did you do during the time off between CollegeDudes and Men.com?
I did webcam stuff and sold a little weed, nothing too serious. I started working out twice a day every day, and that became my new obsession.

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Let’s go back to 2011 and your first scenes at CollegeDudes. How did you get started in the business? Were you recruited?
Ironically, I was actually just experimenting sexually when I put out a personal ad, and a scout messaged me instead. His name was Jim Lord, and he never even got me paid!

Wait, you put out an ad because you were “experimenting”?
Yeah, sexually. And with whom, you ask? With a guy! I’m so sick of people calling me gay-for-pay when I have been gay-for-free. Judging me based on my sexual preferences makes LGBT people look like a vampire cult, like, “Oh, you aren’t all gay?” Or, “Oh, he says he’s straight? Fuck him, that closet fag.” I feel like this strict purism in any form is not right for me. The reason I have a wave on my arm is because I am fluid.

So you’re not gay, but you’re not straight either.
When I thought I was gay, I was 18 years old and doing the CollegeDudes porn, and it wasn’t that I really thought I was gay, I just wanted to know which way or the other I’d go. Honestly, I can’t love a man. I can use a man for an hour once or twice a year to do weird stuff if I have the hankering, but for the most part, gay porn has shown me actually how much I appreciate the female body.

Maybe you’re bi?
The best part about porn is I am deeply in touch with my feminine side, and I get a lot of “gay” qualities from being around my gay and bi counterparts in the industry. I love to gossip and fuck and party with them all! We are devious bitches on set sometimes, and I truly enjoy my time on and off set with my co-stars and bosses. After all, we are in this together—gay, bi, straight, or unicorn.

tom faulk 2After CollegeDudes, you were an exclusive for Men.com, but then you stopped working for them. What happened?
Nothing happened. I worked out my usefulness with Men.com, and I will never get a studio job that’s as cushy as that. It’s a great deal, and they’re great people I will never forget.

0027At Men.com, you shot with Jarec Wentworth. Is he a nice guy?
Jarec and I were good pals. He used to do my hair before we went out, and I could go on and on about some of our hijinks in New York City.

Were you surprised to hear about his troubles?
I was completely surprised to hear about [his arrest]. The criminal in me wishes he had stopped when he got the car and the 500k, but greed is evil, and eastern Europeans are shifty—ha ha, just kidding.

LOL.
I will miss Jarec a lot. Me and Colt Rivers both miss him.

tom-faulk-mug-shotsYou had a few arrests of your own—mostly for minor offenses involving drugs and alcohol. If you could, please set the record straight on your arrests. Is everything cleared up and going well for you now?
Thanks, yes, it’s been pretty annoying. I think a lot of people don’t realize how easy it is to go to jail these days, especially in a backwards state like Texas.

Give me a rundown of all the arrests.
1. When I was 17, I threw a pillow at my dad, and my mom called the police on me. I yelled at the police, so they took me for a day, then dismissed the charges.

2. A gram of weed was in a small baggie on the floor of my backseat. [The police] took me and my friend to jail for it because we didn’t know whose it actually was, and it was old. I pleaded guilty to this charge because of what happened in #3 below.

3. Assault. A heroin addict broke into my dad’s house while I was visiting for my birthday from Alabama. I kicked his ass, he ran out to the street, and I kicked his ass again. He filed charges against me, but my lawyer got them completely dismissed in exchange for me pleading guilty to the marijuana charge.

4. Possession of drug paraphernalia. I had a really old ticket that I never took care of, and one day when I got pulled over they took me in for it. I had a pot pipe on me.

I’ve never been on probation, I’ve never been to jail for more than 12 hours, and I’ve never committed a felony. I wish people would chill out and live a little instead of freaking out over class b and c misdemeanors.

tom faulk 1Let’s take some questions from your fans. One commenter has asked: What’s the best strain of weed you’ve ever smoked?
Oh God, ha ha, good weed is good weed, if you know what I mean. I smoke so much, it’s hard to taste or remember the names, but I will say when I first got started, my favorite thing I smoked was Blue Dream and Blue Widow, and to this day I still have a soft spot for it.

What is your favorite food to eat when you’re stoned?
I have to pass on this. I’m stoned right now and can’t decide.

Matt from Twitter wants to know: If I pay you $200, will you kick me in the face?
I would have to seriously pump myself up for that, but that would pay for a new motorcycle part or two, so yes.

Jay wants to know: Who gave you your best orgasm while on set and filming for a shoot?
Hmm…I hit myself in the face during my recent Kink/TS Seduction shoot. It was hot.

John wants to know: How many times have you and Ryan Rose fucked?
Never! Ha ha, I don’t think Falcon would pair him with me. I’m not hot enough.

tumblr_nlstmvY6Oz1rtjxk5o1_1280In general, what do you think of Ryan Rose?
Before we first hung out, my good friend Colt Rivers told me that Ryan was cool, and he was! Ryan is dazzling, but his personality is grounded as fuck. No complex, he is a big ol’ sweetheart. I wish I could release all the videos and hijinks we all got up to together.

Me too. Commenter Whimsy Cotton wants to know: How much care goes into your hair, and how often do you shampoo it?
I honestly don’t do much for it. Basic shampoo and then some Dove conditioner—but I do condition it twice. I wash it like once or twice a week. I have found that shampoo is the devil on drying out your hair.

Mike wants to know: How would you feel about being paired with a black co-star?
I have no qualms about race. I’ve hooked up with black men and women. My only problem with doing interracial is the pay scale is lower—especially for the black performer.

Vince wants to know: Have you ever fucked a fan? Also, would you fuck a drag queen?
I have not fucked a fan. I have hooked up with trannies, or t-girls, whatever is socially acceptable right now to say. I am so tired of the classifications of human beings!

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Who have you worked with that you would probably never want to work with again?
I feel like naming them here won’t change anything, so how about the people I wish I could see again? I miss Jake Wilder and Jimmy Fanz. Hell, even a few kids from FratX were cool as fuck. Definitely not Donny Forza though, ha ha.

Is it easier to film with other straight guys, gay guys, or does it not make a difference?
The answer is simple: if you are straight, do not bring your “straight” complex and issues to a gay porn set. If you are gay, please don’t queen out the whole day. Balance is key to anything. I always tell myself when I get off the plane that I am not there to make friends—I’m gonna film the scene and then go play video games in my room. Of course, porn doesn’t always work like that! Everyone is always dragging me out and I can’t help but like and appreciate the guys I am with, most times!

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Anything else you’d like to get off your chest or clear up before I let you go?
I guess I just want to say that I am not here for fame or glory. This job has perks and a good paycheck, and I don’t really know anyone else my age who has held a job so long at something. I chose this—all of this—but it’s hard sitting here and thinking about how many people must think I’m a drugged-out mess, because that simply isn’t true. In fact, I haven’t been a drugged-out mess in several years, and I for sure have never been on meth or heroin.

I think people see you smoking weed, laughing, and having a good time, and they might think “stoner,” but not necessarily “drugged-out mess.”
When I was younger, I liked to take acid and open my mind, and I felt like I had it all figured out. I was just a hippie from the get-go, but I soon realized how powerful and important money actually was, so I got a job, but not a normal job, because I’m not a normal person. I never will be!

That’s what your fans love about you.
Conform all you want, but the world will be ours soon. Weed won’t be illegal, and maybe wheelies won’t be either, someday. One can always hope. My last thought for the day: All lives matter. You don’t get to pick and choose. Please support civil rights at all levels for all Americans.

Thanks, Tom!

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  • johnn

    damn what a sweetheart! oh and i love blue dream..;-0)

  • 白王子

    okay i’m officially a faulk stan.

    • Izzy

      We need a good stan name!

  • Loki

    So I guess this is the blog’s new angle: lionizing more gay-for-pay guys? :/

    • La Bambi

      RTFA.

      He made it pretty clear he’s not “gay-for-pay”, as he’s had sex with guys for free. He’s sexually fluid. Maybe the angle of the blog should be covering good porn performers, and whatever you think of his sexuality (which really is none of your fucking business) over ~100 scenes Tom’s proved himself. He has sex on-screen, whom he fucks off-screen is none of your business and clearly doesn’t affect his performance.

      • Loki

        He has sex with men for money or to pass the time off-set with guys he views as “co-workers.” That’s still gay-for-pay in my book… Bambi.

        And he’s an awful performer! He defaults to bottom most of the time because he can’t get hard and he doesn’t get hard because he’s STRAIGHT.

        • La Bambi

          Was Dawson (or any of the Treasure Island Media bottoms) ever hard on camera? I mean ever. Does that mean they’re secretly straight?

          And your book is an odd one when having gay sex for free counts as “gay for pay”. Maybe get a book that isn’t about policing other people’s sexualities?

          • Loki

            You’re assuming he’s telling the truth. :/

        • Dazzer

          I’m gay. I’m gold-star gay. I’ve never had sex with a woman because I’ve never wanted to have sex with a woman. But guess what, I’ve had sex with men where I’ve never been able to hold on to a hard-on.

          My hard-on in the moment doesn’t define my sexuality.

          If you seriously tell me the times I’ve been fucked – and loved it – and haven’t had a hard-on means I’m not gay, I will slap you, bitch.

          • Loki

            A doctor would be a better person to ask about your ED.

          • Dazzer

            :-) OK, I laughed.
            Seriously, though, do you get a constant hard-on every time you get fucked?

            I’m not being obnoxious here, I’m just asking.

            Sometimes I get one and sometimes I don’t. When I’m getting fucked, the strength or length of my hard-on doesn’t represent how much I’m enjoying it.

          • Loki

            1. It depends on who’s doing the fucking.
            2. If you’re a “porn star” I kinda expect you to be able to maintain an erection, top or bottom. If that’s a problem for you, I would suggest another line of work.
            3. The rampant use of TriMix on sets is thanks to gay-for-pay performers like Forza and Faulk. Gilbert was handing them out like candy because he doesn’t want to deal the constant stops and starts in filming that G4P performers require.

          • @firfriq

            ” I’ve never had sex with a woman because I’ve never wanted to have sex with a woman.” – But you were born of a vagina. Why can not you have experimented with a woman or transmen?

        • Mike Julius

          Okay, which is it? Are g4pers being lionized or is the g4p label toxic? Because those are opposite things.

          • Loki

            Zach is lionizing them on this blog. G4P are calling themselves “bi-sexual” or “fluid” in order to avoid the label. They aren’t mutually exclusive.

          • Mike Julius

            But they can’t be lionized and toxic at the same time. And that blanket statement doesn’t even cover the performers you listed.

            Johnny Rapid’s troubles were covered most prominently here. Is that someone being lionized? His coverage since seems to me to come with a heavy dose of sardonism. I bet many people wouldn’t even know about him “allegedly” doing what he did if it wasn’t for this blog.

          • Zachary Sire

            Calm down. And leave Cecil out of this.

          • Loki

            Sorry, Zach. That joke’s too clever for me. Who’s Cecil when he’s at home?

    • JohnnyVooDoo

      So true.

  • Dazzer

    What an interesting and great interview.

    I always thought Tom Faulk was one of the most sexually attractive men working in gay porn, but I’d always bought into the idea that he was a bit of a dim, pretty stoner without an idea in his head.

    Clearly, he’s not.

    He’s self-aware, professional and intelligent.

    Thanks Zach for asking for the interview and thanks Mr Faulk for doing the interview. Thanks to both of you. I’ve never been so happy to learn I’m an idiot who works on stereotypes. This was a great interview. I’m massively impressed all round.

    Thank you again to both parties.

  • Alan Keddie

    Short hair? Maybe, possibly, perhaps. Long hair? Huh, fuhgeddaboutit.

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  • Stacy

    Zach you have made my week – I have always loved Tom and now I love him even more – wish he and Colt Rivers could remake ROADSTRIP

  • Ayda

    “I am so tired of the classifications of human beings”, thank you.

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    • Loki

      Typical Frau response…

      • Pascal

        Typical WayBigger dickishness…

      • Ayda

        If I wasn’t a girl, what will you respond to this? Are you happy making misogyny comments? If you think I’m a fangirling, you know what? Don’t make me laugh, please. I DON’T BELIEVE in labels (I don’t like to put it on myself), I told that to a bunch of people so that’s why I agree with him. I have my own ideas and opinions.

        Have a nice day

        PS: I don’t think I fit on the profile of a “frau” because I’m not fat and old (20 yr and 1’60cm, 52’5 kg maybe you consider that as being fat).

      • Ayda

        If I wasn’t a girl, what will you respond to this? Are you happy making misogyny comments? If you think I’m a fangirling, you know what? Don’t make me laugh, please. I DON’T BELIEVE in labels (I don’t like to put it on myself), I told that to a bunch of people so that’s why I agree with him. I have my own ideas and opinions.

        Have a nice day

        PD: I don’t think I fit on the profile of a “frau” because I’m not fat and old (20 yr and 1’60cm, 52’5 kg maybe you consider that as being fat).

        • Loki

          LMFAO!

        • Loki
          • Ayda
          • Loki

            “I don’t think I fit on the profile of a ‘frau’ because I’m not fat and old (20 yr and 1’60cm, 52’5 kg maybe you consider that as being fat).”

            No, the horsey-face is enough…

          • Ayda

            Tells the one who have no profile picture of himself…cough

          • Loki

            It’s “says” and “has.” You might want to learn English first before you argue with people on a EL site. :/

          • Ayda

            I try…English is not my native language. And argue with people, It helps me to practice.

          • Loki

            Sorry about the personal attack.

            I hope you realize that as a “queer” female (who presents as feminine) it is much easier for you to eschew labels compared to, say, a effeminate gay male or a really butch lesbian living in the Deep South (of the US). Until there is no homophobia, you can never really be free of labels.

          • Ayda

            Never mind, I was a little piss off I’m not going to lie.

            Anything Tom said about don’t act like this way or use “tranny” to refers a transexual person. Obviously I hate people who says shit like that. I just agree with him on the quote I posted.

            Yeah I know that are situations that are hard, I know people from my village who only come out as gay when they go to the city, for study (University etc).

            About labels I know they are necessary to fight many rights and like you said unless the homophobia disappears…well.

            I hope you understand that language is a barrier for me sometimes and argue with people helps me. I really appreciate it when someone corrects me.

          • Mike Julius

            I like you. :) When we disagree, I hope you remember that.

          • Ayda

            Don’t worry unless someone is being disrespectful towards me, I don’t take it personal 😀

          • a b

            When people say that we are all humans, they are trying to hide that they have very negative views about specific groups, painting some faux humanism over it. Its a distracting strategy: if I think about gays, I’l think about the queeny stereotypes I have in my mind, so I’l forget their sexuality and just seem as people. Only a homophobe would think that forgeting/ignoring the fact someone is gay would be positive.
            Some people simply can’t disconnect the label from the negative/homophobic connotation they associate with and then conclude that all labels are inherently bad and divisive and shouldn’t exist. Actually, distancing yourself from homophobia by throwing self-identified gay, lesbian, and bi people under the bus is more divisive than any ‘label’ could possibly be.

          • Ayda

            Uff ok I’m gonna try to explain me the best I can.

            I don’t think labels are bad itself but some people use them to tear us apart. I know people who see shitty stereotypes behind them, not me. The reason I don’t want to put labels all the time is for example I’m bisexual myself but Aydian Dowling ( he’s a transexual model) I think his hot and I won’t mind to have a sexual intercurse with him, so then am I pansexual?. Even in sex we have to separate kink people from vanilla people.

            I don’t want to throw up the labels but I hope we will have a day when there are not neccesary all the time. This is only vision, I hope I’ve explained myself well :-)

          • a b

            I’m not saying anything about your opinion, I’m talking about his. He does suggest very clearly that labels are bad and that he associate the gay label with “queen” stereotypes (which he definitely see as negative).
            I also don’t get why would you are hesitating about calling yourself bi for liking this Aydian guy. Have no idea what you mean by separating kink from “vanilla” in sex either.
            There’s really no benefit in denying labels, except when trying to dissociate from the label because of homophobia.

          • Ayda

            I don’t think we have to deny labels is just I’m tired that we have to put labels on everything.

          • a b

            You are talking like I was proposing the most complicated labelling system in history. I’m not talking about any label besides sexual orientation according. Same-sex attractions are so damm stigmatized, I think it’s pretty obvious that when gay and bisexual people come with this shit that they don’t like labels, they’re merely acting on internalized homophobia.
            A guy hears his whole life “faggots are this and that” and when he learn about his same sexual atractions, he is gonna have to deal with the fact that all of the homophobic bs was about him as well.
            Or not. The blissful path of denial offer an alternative. So a guy can have sex with a guy and still convince himself that it doesn’t mean anything about himself, it does not mean he is gay or bisexual.

          • Ayda

            I don’t know how a guy who have sex with another guy can deny he’s gay or bi. The homophobia (or any kind of phobia; transphobia, xenophobia etc) only exist in ignorant people and some people doesn’t try to change that. We can argue all the day , about labels, and we won’t find a common point. A pleasure argue with you :)

          • a b

            You do know how a guy who have sex with another guy can deny he’s gay or bi. He just need to deny that labels aply to him, or to anyone, in fact. That’s denial 101.

          • Ayda

            Ok I mean I don’t know how people can deny things like that. I don’t get it when people deny things like that, is deny yourself. And again I don’t think we have throw up labels.

          • a b

            Ok, so you agree with me that him denying that labels apply is a sign of denial of his bisexuality? And internalized homophobia?

          • Ayda

            I don’t like when people deny their own sexuality and that’s apply to him too. Yeah It can be internalized homophobia in his case.

          • a b

            And do you think that his opinion that gays need to moderate their “queennyness” in the porn set corroborates that?

          • Ayda

            Actually I said that I don’t agree with that on another comment.

          • a b

            Yes, now I read that you interpreted that, when he say gay people should not “queen out” in the porn set, you thought he was saying people should not be all day saying “I’m gay, etc”. It sounds like an odd interpretation. Queen is the stereotype gay/bisexual men being feminine, bossy, sassy, etc. You don’t think he was being homophobic by using an derrogatory stereotype?

          • Dazzer

            I know this is directed at Ayda, but I don’t think it’s necessarily a derogatory comment. It might be a generational thing, but if Faulk is hanging round with a lot of gay men, he’ll have heard the phrase (or variation thereof): ‘Stop fucking queening out over it you drama queen.’

            Faulk has sex with other men for free and he spends a considerable amount of his time hanging out with gay men. Of course he’s going to pick up the phrases gay men use to each other.

            I simply can’t read the ‘insult’ into his phrase that you are.

            If Faulk had exhibited any discernible homophobia in his behaviour, you’d have a point. But he’s not and you don’t.

          • a b

            I’m with the impression you did not read the interview. Faulk said he can’t love men and only have sex with men once or twice a year to do “weird stuff” in sex. He also says he does not go to porn sets to “make friends”. I don’t think there is any reason to think he spend much time with other lgbt people.
            He does associate gayness with femininity (along with gossiping and partying), saying that doing gay porn keeps him in touch him his feminine side.
            I don’t think there is much space for discussion on this part: when he says that gays should not “queen out” in the set, he mean “queen” as in the feminine stereotype of gay and bi men (which in our culture, is certanly not a positive one).

          • Dazzer

            But the lie to what you – and to an extent Faulk – is saying is that he regularly hangs out and has a good time with gay men. It might not be sexual, but he’s posted enough videos of him and Ryan Rose and Colt Rivers having a great time.

            Also, I have precisely zero problems with someone equating me being gay with femininity. Women are generally more communicative, more empathic and more forgiving than men. I’m entirely OK with that. Being feminine doesn’t mean I wear high-heels, make-up and ‘swish’.

            And if you’re a gay man who wears high-heels and make-up and swishes, there’s precisely nothing wrong with that, either.

            If I had the body, desire or mental capability to be a porn star – and I was faced with someone who constantly went down the ‘drama’ road of making everything about them, I’d be the first person to tell them to stop fucking queening out. To be honest, calling someone a queen is not about someone’s sexuality, it’s about how they exhibit their behaviour. We’re all allowed to object to someone else’s behaviour.

          • Dazzer

            I understand your argument (and it’s well argued), but I have to disagree with it.
            The biggest problem I have with it is that it is based on too many rigid categorisations of being ‘gay’ ‘lesbian’, ‘bi’ or ‘transgendered’ means.

            Everything depends on context.

            I’m gay. In some contexts I can ‘queen out’ with the best of them. In other contexts I can knock down walls with a sledge hammer, drink beer, discuss sports knowledgeably, fart companionably and do all the other things that are associated with being ‘macho’ or ‘straight-acting’.

            And I don’t do any of that because I’m a chameleon or have internalised homophobia. I do it because I’m a well-rounded human being.

            I don’t present one single face to the world and say: “accept me”. I understand that we live in a social construct of human society and in some situations it’s a matter of communication. And as a result, there are a few people who aren’t simply ‘effeminate’ (I have zero problems with effeminate men), they are actively queening out and making the drama all about them. I find those people just as tedious as the determinedly ‘straight acting’ guys who’d have a hernia before they’d even admit that they really liked dick or could joke about it – even after you’ve just fucked them rigid.

            Most of the places I work, people know I’m gay and they don’t think about it one way or another – unless I assert the privilege of pointing out that as I’m gay, I’m allowed to find something offensive.

            And that works for me because I’m self-employed and I’d far rather that the people I work for think of me as being good at my job first and foremost and want to employ me again, rather than me being gay.

            I’m lucky enough to live in a country where discriminating against me because of my sexual orientation is against the law. As a result, I generally don’t have to worry about bureaucratic/sanctioned discrimination. And that means that being gay is merely one of arrows I have in my quiver – it’s not defining of my totality as a human being. I generally love and respect the majority of my LGBT peers. And I’ve also spent time in the activist trenches fighting for equality. And one of the reasons I fought for equality was so that I could be considered as more than ‘just’ gay in the eyes of the rest of society.

            I’d argue that reducing complex human beings to being seen only as ‘gay’ or ‘lesbian’ or ‘bi’ or ‘transgender’ is the real homophobia.

          • a b

            Dude, saying “I gay, but I’m Just One Of The Guys, so the label is oversimplified” proves my point. Labels are avoided because we don’t like the stereotypes, fulled with homophobia. Labels are not the same as their stereotypes. Stereotypes limits you life. Labels are merely descriptors.
            If you think that “gay” and “knock down walls with a sledge hammer, drink beer, discuss sports knowledgeably, fart companionably” are incompatible, you most certaintly have internalized homophobia.

          • Dazzer

            But I don’t think those terms are incompatible with being gay. That’s my point. I don’t think ‘queening out’ is incompatible with being gay, either. I don’t have a value judgment in this fight.

            I’m gay. I like having sex with other men – and I have sex with all kinds of different men – different shapes, different behaviours, different races, different political beliefs, different religions, different professions, different relationship statuses.

            I know the thing that brings us to the situation in which we’re having sex is that we’re both gay or one of us is bi or one of us is experimenting or whatever. But I’ve never thought that the man I’m in bed (or wherever) I’m with merely exists as a simply sexual object.

            Someone defining me – or me defining someone else – merely as a sex act is exactly what the homophobes do. That’s how people who hate we exist make us ‘lesser’.

          • a b

            You are absolutely correct, reducing homosexuality to sex is profundly homophobic. But that’s not what the labels do. The “sexual” in homosexual does not refer to fuck, it refers to sex as in gender. In the sense your attractions (sexual and romantic) are oriented towards people of the same sex.
            Nothing about you is being reduced with sexual orientation labels.

          • Dazzer

            To an extent, agreed. But the whole concept of ‘homosexual’ is a late 19th-century invention of a word to describe a sexual behaviour.

            It first appeared in Germany in 1869 to describe men having sex with other men (and supplanting a previous German concept that men who had sex with other men had essentially female psyches).

            In literal Greek, ‘homosexuality’ means any man or women who has sex with a member of their own sex. The creation of the word ‘bisexual’ didn’t exist until later. In strict lexicographical terms ‘homosexual’ means gay as well as bisexual or lesbian

            And you’re wrong in your translation – it’s the ‘homo’ that refers to same sex (as in male or female) and the ‘sexuality’ that refers to the fucking/falling in love with.

          • a b

            Homo means same, sex is as in male or female. There is no suggestion in Kertbeny letter that the term was used only refering to sexual acts.
            Anyway, if you agree that sexuality is used both as sexual and romantic attraction (as you said, both “fucking” and “falling in love with”), then why do you feel your relations are being reduced to just a sex act? I really think your resistance to labels is just a coping mechanism to homophobia.

          • Dazzer

            I don’t object to labels. Labels are an essential part of human existence and communication (I refer you to all of Claude Levi Strauss’s work on binary opposition as a form of human intelligence).

            My problem is when tribalism becomes attached to labels. Personally, I don’t mind when anyone calls me gay. It’s true and it’s how I’ve identified myself in certain situations.

            But if that’s the only way they can label me, they then have a fight on their hands.

          • a b

            The subject is not if there is other labels independent to sexual orientation. What a stretch!
            I’m talking about the reluctance of gay and bisexuals over accepting such labels, and how that most probably reflect denial and a view that “gay” or “bisexual” have inherent negativity.

          • Dazzer

            While I accept that some people use those labels negatively, I don’t accept that everyone does. Obviously, discrimination and violent discrimination is going to be expressed against gay and bi and lesbian and transgender people no matter what society you live in.

            But I live in a society where ‘gay’ or ‘lesbian’ or ‘bisexual’ is not automatically derogatory. And if someone uses those terms in a fashion to incite violence or discrimination against me, I have a 100 per cent case to insist the police support me.

            I simply don’t go along with the idea with the concept that being gay or lesbian or bi has an inherent negativity. The courts in the UK threw out that idea (along with the ‘gay panic’ defence) decades ago.

            I’m not doing a ‘my country is better than yours’ thing here. It’s more that labels have the power that any culture gives them.

            The sting of ‘morality’ in terming someone gay or whatever was drawn by the argument that if someone pays the same taxes, behaves in a reasonable fashion, contributes to society at the same level as anyone else – then they deserve equality.

            While using the ‘tribal’ argument works to a certain level when you’re in a debate about sexuality, you win far more arguments by stressing the commonality of your existence.

          • a b

            I’m talking about the reluctance of gay and bisexuals over accepting
            such labels, and how that most probably reflect denial and a view that
            “gay” or “bisexual” have inherent negativity.

          • Dazzer

            I just live in a different world. If someone calls me gay, it’s usually because I’ve told them I’m gay.

            If someone wants to use that negatively to my face, then they can have the fight. And I won’t lose on it.

            Being gay isn’t inherently negative in my view, yours or Tom Faulk’s as far as I understand it.

          • a b

            I’m talking about the reluctance of gays and bisexuals

            [whats coming next it’s gonna be about what gays and bisexuals who have that reluctance; so I’m talking about, 1) Tom Faulk 2) Other gays and bisexuals with the same problem 3) Not about me, I’m criticism them]

            over accepting such labels

            [accepting the label “gay” and the label “bisexual”, not necessarily accepting tribalistic politics, dualistic epistemology, UK courts rulings, integration vs isolationism, Claude Levy Strauss view on labeling, etc]

            and how that most probably reflect denial and a view that
            “gay” or “bisexual” have inherent negativity.

            [what I’m saying here is that the behavior of gays and bisexuals who deny labels indicate denialism and a negative view of being gay/bisexual; again I must say, it is not my opinion that being gay or bisexual is negative, my text does not imply me since I’m not a gay guy who deny labels]

          • a b

            Actually, perhaps it’s quite the opposite. Getting rid of labels could only be advantageous while homophobia exists. If homophobia did not exist, labels would still be useful, at least in dating. While homophobia exists, denying labelling has the utility of distancing yourself from the negative stigma over same-sex attraction labels.

          • Ayda

            I don’t think his going to answer this, Loki was banned from commenting here.

          • Dazzer

            Just correcting your idiomatic English (not being critical), it should be ‘I don’t think he is’ rather than ‘his’. And, by the way, your English is fantastic. I’m only correcting you because you said you welcomed it. :-)

          • Ayda

            Thank you, I try to learn something new (grammar, vocabulary etc) everyday :-)

          • Dazzer

            I don’t know where you come from or whether English is your second or third or fourth language, but your written English is better than many native speakers I know. I wish I could write other languages as well as you.

          • Ayda

            Thank you! It’s my third language actually because I’m from Spain but I’m born and raised in Galicia (autonomous community) which has its own official language (co-official from Spanish). I know the basic french but I don’t count that as know a language. It’s helps that I have been listening music in english since I have memories (Led Zeppelin, The Cure, Depeche Mode, Tina Turner and everything in between). And you know what helps too? See movies, series in V.O with subtitles, my first series in V.O was Breaking Bad :)

          • Dazzer

            I’m ok in being obnoxious British (you probably understand that culturally) when it comes to speaking German and French (and getting by in a bit of Spanish and Portuguese), but I’m in awe of people like you who can speak other languages so flawlessly.

          • Ayda
          • Dazzer

            That’s the closest I’ve ever come to turning straight :-)

          • a b

            Humm I did not know str8upgayporn does that. I remember that thesword once banned about 20 users for commenting about Logan Maccree homophobic bullshit, but I thought zach was less protective.
            Você comentou que inglês não é sua 1a língua, você é brasileira?

          • Ayda

            I’m from Spain but I understand everything you said bc one of my native language is Galician which derives from Galician-Portuguese (all are Romance languages)
            Loki was a little abusive, he call me horsey face and the comment was deleted.

          • a b

            Oh well, then good riddance

    • TheSagaOf

      Chris Pratt is so hot, what the fuck.

      • Mike Julius

        There’s an antidote for that. I have to inoculate myself sometimes because both dadbod and hotbod Crisp Rat still really do it for me. I will not share it here unless requested because I’m kind of sad to know something makes him not perfect completely and I don’t want to do that to my fellow man. :(

        • Loki

          He got da baby dick, don’t he? LMFAO!

          • Mike Julius

            Nah, you really want it? Don’t say I didn’t warn you:

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3SKH6l8uS6s

            And it works on some people like me, but even then it doesn’t last long. It’s just a stop gap measure to stop me going down the Google Image rabbit hole.

    • FrenchBug

      And yet he wants gays not to “queen out”. Huh huh.

      • Mike Julius

        Yeah, couple things made me cringe. That did and the #AllLivesMatter thrown in did, too.

        The “queen” one, he should know better I think, but I understand why the second isn’t seen as a problem. Many people don’t unless you break it down for them. And once they do understand, they usually stop.

        I came away from this liking him way more overall though.

      • Luca

        He said, don’t queen out “the whole day”, I think he meant that if you play the part for too long it becomes tiresome (a sort of gay equivalent of the straight “don’t macho it up all the time”)

        • Ayda

          Yeah that’s what I mean like you don’t have to be all day saying: I’m gay, straight, bi or whatever. I don’t like to label myself and sexuality is a bit complex to do that.

          • CK

            That’s not even remotely close to what individuals mean when they say don’t queen out all day. When they say that, they are telling someone to mask any feminine qualities. Really the nerve of someone telling a gay guy on a gay porn set to act straighter is a bit much.

          • Ivan

            It’s called responsibility. If you can’t have that, then go.

          • Mike Julius

            Queen is a label though. So why do labels apply to other people but not him? I like the guy, but no. There’s no defense for this.

          • Ayda

            I’m not defending him. Is my personal vision.

      • andrew

        Tom’s exact quote is: ” If you are straight do not bring your “straight” complex and issues to a gay porn set. If you are gay, please don’t queen out the whole day. Balance is key to anything.” Seems like a very reasonable statement.

        • a b

          Why GAY porn should seek balance between gay and straight shit? How can this possibly be reasonable?
          What a fucking homophobe to bring up “queeny” stereotypes as a counterpart to this “no homo” bullshit that gay porn has become. Even the pope knows how to hide his homophobia better

          • andrew

            Since you have gay, straight and somewhere in between models on gay porn sites, all the models need to be aware of each others sensitivities. Str8 models shouldn’t overdue the over the top macho B.S. and gay models shouldn’t “queen out the whole day”. Gay4Pay haters may not like the fact that their are models in gay porn who don’t reach the “purity” level of Kinsey 6. The reality is that a lot of gay men who subscribe to SC, CF, Bel Ami and other sites do like it and vote with their subscription money to support it. I have never understood the anti gay4pay attitude. The way I see it is that for a little bit of subscription money, I get hot looking guys, who MAY be str8 to perform for my viewing pleasure. If you don’t like it, don’t watch it.

          • a b

            There’s no such thing as “somewhere in between”. This is bullshit. The word you are looking for is bisexual. The kinsey scale and the notion that sexuality is a spectrum presumes that stronger attraction towards one genders weakens the attraction towards the other.

            Lol and you say as if being “macho” was the “natural” tendency of straight people and being a “queen”. A+ on that homophobic stereotypes.

            This gay for pay trend is reinforcing the idea that being gay is something undesirable, that’s what I have a problem with. I generally don’t blame the actors, cause they have little creative liberty to change the anti-gay themes of pornsites and presuming that they could simply leave porn if they wanted is oversimplifying. With this particular porn actor, my problem is his blatant anti-gay comments and this silly ideology of denying labels (for the obvious objective of facilitate denial).

          • andrew

            Having models who may be str8 having gay sex on screen does nothing to reinforce any notion that “being gay is something undesirable.” In fact, just the opposite is true. It shows that gay sex is not so undesirable that hot young straight guys won’t engage in it for some money. As to “anti-gay themes” on the gay porn sites, I haven’t seen any on the sites that I have subscribed too. Seems to me that Studios like SC, CF and Bel Ami and quite a few others show the beauty and hotness of gay sex.

          • a b
      • Ivan

        Queen out means Labelling and being a bitch to everybody. Just like what you did there.

    • CK

      “Tired of classifications” = upset that he can’t use the insult Trannies to refer to transgendered folks.

  • R.A.M.J

    Wow, My new favorite Porn Actor. Humble, down to earth. Love him.

  • Todd
  • Odetofear

    If he reads any of these comments, all i have to say is never say never. I never thought i’d love a guy either, then BAM the biggest love of my life, so far, has been with a guy.

    Ok, i’ll say one more thing; my favorite look of his is short hair, on the thinner side with mustache and goatee. God damn he has beautiful hair though,

    • Mike Julius

      Agreed on the hair completely. But long or short, do you Tom. That’s the sexiest part about you. (But I hope you take scene scenario request on twitter because I have a list…)

  • John

    Tom you are dead wrong….you are hot enough to fuck Ryan Rose…….

    • Mike Julius

      Tom is right about one thing; he’s on a different level, but Tom’s on a level above not below.

  • andrew

    Great interview. Loved Tom since his College Dudes days and am still in love. Tell Falcon that you sure are plenty hot to do a smokin hot scene with another of my favorites: Ryan Rose. Glad to hear you’re positive comments about Ryan because some of the posters on here talk a lot of shit about him. Love you’re guns man. I got a chub typing that.

  • Loki

    I love how he invokes Colt Rivers and Ryan Rose, as if to say, “See, these gay guys think I’m cool!” LOL!

  • Webslinger
  • Theo Manila

    He sounded lovely, just the right amount of mess for everyone to love. I hope he finds his happy place or whatever in the future.

  • Kandel

    He seems chill as fuck, and I can totally get on board with liking him as a person.

  • JROBGF

    Okay. Gotta be honest. I like this guy. Just saying!

  • Stanford White

    Cool interview, this made me like Tom as a person and not just a performer. Well done.

    • Loki

      Well, you certainly have interesting taste in gay porn stars…

      • Mike Julius

        Murderers/attempted murderers don’t turn my crank, but the dick wants what the dick wants tbh

      • Rick Tan

        You can’t deny he was hot though. I’d want to be his cell mate…for a day.

        • Mike Julius

          “Was” being the operative word. And cellmates aren’t immune to attempted murder. In fact that increases your odds. Give me a drug offender any day, but violent? No thanks.

      • Stanford White

        Britney_Spears_-Criminal.mp3

  • Mike Julius

    “Mike wants to know: How would you feel about being paired with a black co-star?

    I have no qualms about race. I’ve hooked up with black men and women.
    My only problem with doing interracial is the pay scale is
    lower—especially for the black performer.”

    Wow, I had no idea about the pay scale. Jesus. Well, he just went up in my estimation. Add to that the rest of his answers were either fun or articulate and I am a fan.

    I might start or join a fan club. lol And thank you for adding my question Zach.

  • Zealot

    I think if more men working in porn– gay, straight, bi or “unicorn” (as Tom says) would be as open and honest with the porn-buying public, we might be more accepting of straight and bi actors who can perform with enthusiasm and hard-ons, without getting all sideways and apologetic about having sex with other guys. Sounds like Tom knows what he likes, and doesn’t bring his “straight complex and issues” to the set. Not that I had all that bad an attitude about Tom anyway, but I do believe Zach’s interview helped raise his I.Q. several points (kudos!). I’m appreciative that Tom was so forthcoming and willing to talk to us through Zach, and I will watch his scenes with a newfound appreciation. I guess that makes me a “Faulk-ie”!

  • Loki

    Remember when he used to do ecstasy while camming from some squat?

    • Loki

      LOL!

  • Loki

    Guess he wasn’t lying about the black(?) girlfriend…

    • Zachary Sire

      You’ve now left nearly a dozen comments in less than two hours attacking this guy, each one more obsessive and deranged than the last. What is your damage?

      • Loki

        Obsessive and deranged? They’re mostly pics with one-line quips… :/

      • Stacy

        It may be time to give that troll the heave-ho….Tom Faulk is not the enemy of gay people….did you see the Republican debate(s)

      • WhimsyCotton

        You better be careful Zach. Don’t question Loki’s trolling or he’ll bad mouth you to the rest of the Waybig whales, and they don’t like you much after you took away their right to stalk performers’ private lives and post about them on here.

      • solomon noah

        really zach.. isn’t it the point of this site.attacking everyone, didn’t you remember that you made hateful post about steve grand,? oh dear

    • Loki

      Oops! She’s not black… that’s just… ink.

  • snoopyfo

    I like tom, i think he is hot and he seems like a cool guy but i am so confused and i don’t think i’m buying the whole “i thought i was gay but i really wasn’t” , but i guess today anyone can say “i’m fluid” “i don’t believe in labels” “bla, bla, bla, bla” we have to believe them…

  • casper23yo

    The Gayporn Industrie is the most homophobic Industrie i knew ! All these models say the same thing, gay is not good ! I think, the reasonis, that the most gaypornsite are for womens. And gay models are for this not good .

    • @firfriq

      How do you know when it applies only to women what they like?

      • OneOfTheManyChris

        So far as I can tell the female friendly studios are also among the gayest. Helix and Cocky Boys come to mind; I assume Icon Male as well although I can’t really think of what a “typical” Icon Male model acts like.

        • casper23yo

          I agree ! But the most studios are not gayfriendly . men.com, nextdoor, fraternyx and more and more. These studios have just “straight” models and the titels of this movies are allways “straight guys…..” Why ??? Are gay guys not sexy ??? And by the way, this gay for pay stuff is boring. this guys have no passion. they do it for money . ok, gay models do it for money, too. but, gay models have also fun and they don´t watch porn in the background like the straight models ! And the homophobic thing is, that some studios and models say that, gay is just a label. i mean, this is insulting. gay is a part of the personality. and i am not a label !

          • OneOfTheManyChris

            Aside from the fact that there are just more straight guys and more straight guys with a certain look (jock, muscle), the only thing I can figure is that gay4pay is for guys who want to pretend that they can get the straight boys into bed if they pay them enough, or get them high enough, or tell them it’s just a blowjob. The thing is that this is not a woman’s fantasy. Women are not generally turned on by imagining their boyfriends getting wasted and letting an actual gay boy blow them because they are too self-loathing to admit they are gay. Women like romantic scenarios where both partners get something out of it.

          • casper23yo

            I don´t think so ! Right, a lot gay guys like gay for pay, but women like it, too ! And when the guys are straight, then it is better for the women´s fantasy.
            What i don´t understand is, that gay guys like gay for pay. I mean, this have no passion ! This guys must watch straightporn in the background to get horny. That is boring and not sexy ! And again, a lot of these gay for pay models are open homophobic. I can´t understand why gay guys support homophobic guys ?

            And gay for pay models are unlikable. I mean they are straight and made sex with other men for money. I think those guys made sex with everything for money !

    • daniel harcourt

      Gay porn is homophobic because homophobic closet cases are their customer base. Well adjusted Gay men rarely pay for or watch porn

      • casper23yo

        This is a good argument. So i haven´t see it ! But it is not right yet !

      • andrew

        OUCH! I’m neither homophobic nor a closet case but you may be right that the psychological and socially healthier we are, the less porn we watch. So, Ouch!!!

    • andrew

      Actually few of the models say: “gay is not good” and the market gay porn sites are aiming for is certainly not women.

  • casper23yo

    And by the way, i think he need a mental doctor. he doesn´t know who and what he is. poor guy !

  • JohnnyVooDoo

    So….Why is he getting this much attention ? I mean after all didn’t this blog bash Out Magazine for head lining a straight model who poses naked for there gay fan base. In essence Tom is G4P. He isn’t into men and he states this directly in this interview here and he shows this in his terrible limp dick, faked cum shoot performances.

    Why couldn’t this blog head line openly gay reformers like Sean Duran, Brute Club, Dato Foland, Jason Maddox or even Michael Lucas . Say what you want about any of them but they are good consistent performers who actually look as if they enjoy the company of there cast mates.

    Why does another G4P wobbly dicked performer deserve this much attention from any of us. I am not saying he is a bad guy — he seems pretty chill however, these guys are constantly put on a peddle stool– why!?! …..I dont expect this comment to last long seeing as how im sure Zack is being paid by the company he is head lining but I guess we shale see.

    • Scrapple

      You put Brute Club on that list? Seriously? The guy who talked about having an aversion to sucking dick? Perhaps I’m getting my porn names confused.

      • von schlomo

        Precisely! If ever there was someone that you would choose to exemplify being a gold card carrying gay, being out and proud, Brute Club is not that person. He says a lot of things, sometimes contradicting himself and in the end I don’t think even he is sure…but it’s a fact that he’s claimed to be gay, doesn’t like cock, won’t suck dick and prefers to eat pussy.

    • Bobby Shanza

      You’re sort of right but saying these guys are put “on a peddle stool” is just too funny.

      • Loki

        Auto-correct? I noticed shall became shale (a type of sedimentary rock) in the last sentence.

        • JohnnyVooDoo

          That was all written on my Iphone. I am getting an Android beginning of next month. Screens on the Iphone are to small — Iphones are overrated and I will never get another one again. And yes I am the KING of auto-correct. I could never live without it.

          • von schlomo

            Try using a computer or read what you’ve typed before hitting “send”.

            The whole I’m on my phone excuse is getting tired.

    • Mihcael Davies

      I agree with everything except for Brute Club, that mofo is just wrong

  • lemein

    So basically Tom is sexually “fluid” but romantically straight?! How shockingly original.except this applys to about 95% of the G4P’ers in porn.

    • Ivan

      He never date a women either.

  • John

    Zach, this is the most interesting interview you have ever published!!! What an original!!!!! I will say, I had one of those shots to make your penis hard at a physicians office to check on a problem and I hardly felt it at all and it was weird to be hard for several hours.

  • Scrapple

    Color me surprised. I was expecting Tom to come across as an inarticulate mess. But it appears he has a good head (and a good head of hair) on his shoulders. An interesting read.

  • FooFight

    “I think a lot of people don’t realize how easy it is to go to jail these days…”
    I dunno. It’s been pretty easy for me to NOT go to jail all these years.

    • Ivan

      Not in Texas.

  • john

    ” I was telling Donny to “act” more and fuck less hard, because I was getting beat up…”

  • Ronan

    Wow. One of the few interviews where I ended up a fan of the subject, even though they previously did nothing for me. Tom is cool as fuck.

  • @firfriq

    What incredibly good interview with fun and nice pictures, thank Zack and Tom Faulk!

    Tom Faulk is delicious on the images and choose to work with porn, so he knows exactly what he wants with his life. It is a matter of experiment that he wants to test. It is not wrong with this. But unfortunately it is money that rules.

    Well said, Tom! – “The answer is simple: if you are straight, do not bring your” straight “and complex issues to a gay porn sets. If you are gay, please do not queen out the whole day. Balance is key to anything.”
    – I like it!

    Tom: “- I am so tired of the classifications of human beings!” I agree with him, absolutely! One post says that “one can not have sex with a woman …” Oh oh, if he has not been experimented with but I understand him !!!..But, but, but… I read the good and interest blog about transmen, the link http://thaxxxlist.com/abdur-rahim-opinion-blog-trantastic-the-beauty-of-transmen/

    I can understand him when it comes to experiments with porn and not porn,

  • Jay

    Thanks for answering my questions Tom. I’m sure we’d get along just fine in real life.
    Thank you for all your hard work you’ve put in and I wish you success in your future endeavors.
    Zdawg, thanks for setting up this interview. It was a pleasant morning read.

    :)

  • Ed Woody

    I’m very disappointed at what happened to Jeremy Hall (aka the Michael Gilbert mentioned above). From one of my favourite performers and serious crush object, who I interviewed twice and had sitting on my couch, to a bareback-loving, drug-pushing, rape-glorifying asshole. I’m appalled that he not only is involved in all that but specifically produces it.

    • daniel harcourt

      Gilberts mid-life crises (at 30) did him in. Total creepzoid since then.

  • DPS

    Impressive interview! I’ve said it here before, he seems like a lot of fun to hang out with. Add to that a fairly ground mind and he shines among so many other in the industry. Besides, he has great hair and a torso that gets me wood every time!

  • Stephen

    Wow, I actually came out of this interview liking him a lot. Like…A LOT. And I didn’t care much for him before. Good work, Zach.

  • http://www.manhunt.net/profile/CockConqueror CockConqueror

    “I’m gonna film the scene and then go play video games in my room” I love that attitude.

    I also love the best strain of weed question. lol

    That Trimix penile injections though? Holy shit that crap sounds scary. Scarier than an urethral catheter.

  • Bruser

    Most of these guys don’t make it thru the high risk behavior of their teens and twenties.He seems like a sweet soul. Buona fortuna Tom.

  • Jemoen

    I love him

  • CK

    Meh, I liked a lot of the interview and I hated parts of it, but nobodies perfect.

    • kevin

      ‘queening out’ is actually pretty apt.

    • paultacoma51

      Yeah, it’s good that he put the jail time in perspective and good for him he didn’t do enough time to be considered a hardened criminal. But being a white guy pretty much explains his lack of significant jail time. Were he black or Latino, I’m sure he wouldn’t be able to say that. But I do appreciate his attempt at being compassionate to what’s going on these days with institutionalized racism.

  • andrew

    Zach, those three opening pics of Tom are great, especially the middle one: those guns, shoulders and pits are awesome. I’m in love.

  • James

    I am so sick of bisexuals saying they are fluid or that they don’t date men. Bisexuals like Tom are the reason gay dudes cringe when I say I’m bisexual.

  • GN

    I believe I was the one who suggested the question about what strains he likes, and it was because I been asking myself if this guy is a recreational weed connoisseur like myself, or a stoner. And his answer about strains says he’s a stoner. True weed connoiseurs know everything about strains, which ones they like, which ones they don’t like, what the distinct characteristic and differences of each strain are. Oh, and we are NOT stoned 24/7. That habituates you and keeps you in a chronic state where you are neither high nor lucid, but functioning on automation (walk around Walmart for a few hours and notice the glazed over expression on people’s faces, and you’ll know what I mean).
    Ask any smoker what strains he knows, and the ones who respond, “good weed is good weed” are stoners who will smoke reggie all day (the lowest quality weed) just to stay baked. They don’t merely like weed, they like being high all day. It’s like drunks who drink malt liquor at 8 a.m because they don’t care about taste or effect, they just wanna be perpetually drunk.

    • Loki

      Are you an indica or sativa guy? (I’m no weed connoisseur, but I understand that’s a commonly-asked question which should’ve been put to Faulk.)

      • GN

        Most people know Indica strains, those are the strains that leave you on the couch with the munchies. I prefer Sativa-dominant hybrids (most trains nowadays are hybrids of both, it’s a matter of percentages) The strain that Tom named, “Blue Dream” is a good quality 50/50 Sativa typical for morning use because it does not make u drowsy at all. Tom probably knows about it because it is super popular on the West coast, in new England you get Green Crack or Sour Diesel as the weed of choice for daytime.. On Saturdays I smoke Sour Diesel, then go jogging and play racketball. It stimulate creativity and even make you energetic.

    • @firfriq

      You are right! Sadly, he chooses life. Tom has perhaps a depression …? Only I will consider this depression as it is the largest public health disease in the future, according to numerous reports from various countries in the world.

  • GN

    In all fairness, he doesn’t seem like a bad guy at all, he’s clearly a free spirit and yes he’s a hardcore stoner. And he’s correct that it’s very easy to pick up bullshit charges these days, from traffic infractions to disputes with neighbors. I would have asked him if he cares to elaborate about performers at FratX who ‘tested out’ and had to be replaced. (We all know what he’s talking about, but I am curious as to how he would explain it).

  • Multiverse Inhabitant

    Does anybody know when Tom was his leanest and has his hair short? Were those the College Dudes days? Damn, he was hot back then.

  • WhimsyCotton

    I didn’t know double conditioning was a thing… Time for me to change up my hair routine then.

  • daniel harcourt

    One of the best pornstar interviews ever..because only a stoned hippie would be so honest! 😉

  • Colorful Kent

    Do it for the paycheck. Can’t love a man. Gay4pay. Yep. You can fuck a man, but not love them. Pls. I could love a woman long before I could ever fuck one.

  • Colorful Kent

    Love the way he is so judgmental on the gay guys and the “straight” guys. He conveinently excuses himself from both. gay, straight, bi, fluid, or bi-curious whatever the fuck that means, he’s not attractive and in porn because he can’t get a job doing anything else.

  • CBW

    I’m really surprised at the vitriol this interview has unleashed from one really obsessive and odd poster, but then there seems to be a contingent of people who take issue with anyone who actually enjoys sexual expreiences different from their own. I think he comes off as likeable, refreshingly drama free and harmless. I didn’t agree with everything he said but he actually sounded like he gives a shit about other people, knows himself, and puts some thought into things, and while he may be a bit naïve, what young person (or even old person) knows everything or has all the answers?
    Really liked this interview, Zach :)

  • Spencer87

    All this dodging the question about his sexuality.Whatever,id let him fuck me anyway.He is cute.

  • Buzzaki

    Judging me based on my sexual preferences makes LGBT people look like a vampire cult, like, “Oh, you aren’t all gay?” Or, “Oh, he says he’s straight? Fuck him, that closet fag.”

    I never expected to hear a guy like Tom Faulk sum up my own complaint with the categorization that most gay men insist on doing, but he hit the nail on the head.

  • William

    First of all, to say “is an immature Canadian fuck” (in ref. to Mike Gilbert)…maybe he is immature according to Tom. NOT all Canucks in the great white north are immature…same for the USA, or anywhere on this planet. No need to single out Canada. …….On another point, I kinda agree with Tom in regards to sexuality. I always say, “if it feels good, do it!”….We are ALL born sexual beings and are meant to use what we were given. Label jars, NOT people. I don’t get why some people are all hung up if a person is gay, bi, etc.. It all comes down to attraction and chemistry. I personally am attracted to guys and I go with what is in my head emotionally…and the other head too, which a lot of the times, knows no conscience…lol 😉 …Anyway, life is too short for all this trivial rhetoric about what someone is supposed to be, or are. Just be your true self and have FUN! Cheers 😉 XXX

  • a b

    that internalized homophobia though…

  • a b

    I made some sort of a sonnet for the ocasion. Can’t think of a title sadly… accepting sugestions

    Girls are for loving
    guys for weird fucks
    if they’re not queens

    I’ve gain the gay qualities
    gossiping, fucking, partying
    balance is the key

    We are all in this together
    and all lives matter
    gay, bi, straight, unicorn
    together in a porn set

    I’m a civil rights supporter
    while lgbt are a vampires
    just keep true to yourselves kids
    cause weed be legal soon

    • Dazzer

      It’s a good effort, but it’s not a sonnet. There are very specific rules to sonnets: i) 14 lines (which you got right); a specific rhyming scheme in the verses of abab – cdcd – efef – gg; and each line should contain 10 syllables. Those are the rules for a sonnet as laid down by Shakespeare – and they are generally followed.

      The other great advocate of sonnets was Elizabeth Barrett Browning whose best selling work was ‘Sonnets from the Portuguese’ and, while she adopted a slightly different rhyming scheme, she stuck to all the other rules.

      Although I disagree with your take on this interview and am being pedantic over the rules of sonnetry, I’m not being snarky or insincere in genuinely applauding your poetry.

      • a b

        Doesn’t matter if it is technically a sonnet or not, I don’t believe in labels, but thank you very much for your input.

        • Dazzer

          LOL!
          That made me grin. Thank you.

          • a b

            No.Thank Tom Faulk. I’m merely an instrument of the muse.

          • Dazzer

            :-))))))

        • sexnando

          LAUGHING LIKEN THE DOG FROM THAT CARTOON SHOW BECAUSE IS 4 AM OMGGGGG

          i just googled him
          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3uSTOHa4Im4

  • Raynee

    “Honestly, I can’t love a man. I can use a man for an hour once or twice a year to do weird stuff if I have the hankering, but for the most part, gay porn has shown me actually how much I appreciate the female body.”

    I don’t know why but this pissed me off fucking ass! that is just stupid

  • Maxine Mesmer

    Ernie approves.