NextDoorStudios Triples Down On Support For Racist Gay Porn Star Ben Masters With ANOTHER Scene

Posted January 11, 2023 by with 31 comments

Str8Up is not currently promoting content from NextDoorStudios, but for the sake of keeping a record of egregious behavior that should not be normalized or accepted, I can report today that NextDoorStudios has tripled down on their support of racist gay porn star Ben Masters by releasing yet another scene they filmed with him.

NextDoor—a studio that disingenuously claimed to support Black Lives Matter back in the summer of 2020, but has only featured black models in 10 out of 250 scenes since then—first released a Ben Masters scene in November of last year. Then, just a few weeks later, they put out their second Ben Masters scene. Tomorrow, it’s a trifecta of trash with the release of a third Ben Masters scene, and this one co-stars Brandon Anderson.

NextDoor and their parent company Gamma’s brazen enabling of Masters—who dismissed and ridiculed BLM in a viral video rant, and said that he refused to support “the black people in these parades” during the George Floyd protests in 2020—is as pathetic as it is pointless. As noted repeatedly, there are hundreds of gay porn stars who could’ve been hired in place of Masters, but the straight-owned Canadian porn conglomerate has destroyed whatever was left of their reputation thanks to their love for the racist, mentally disturbed twink. They’ve issued no apology or explanation for the Masters scenes, and apparently are hoping that members and the industry at large will just “forget” about who he is, despite the fact that this is the third Str8Up article on this topic (not to mention the headlines Masters made across the industry and gay news sites in 2020). Also, at least one viewer on NextDoor’s own site left a comment acknowledging what a disaster this is:

Maybe Gamma/NextDoor can launch 14 more studios with 75 different names (which will all stop producing content within 90 days) to distract people, but at the same time, it’s pretty clear that they simply don’t care what anyone thinks of them. At the end of the day, they’ve chosen to have their legacy tied directly to the racist twink who spoke out against “the black people in these parades.” Do the models who continue to film with NextDoor want to be associated with this, too?