Now Sergeant Miles—Who’s Harassed Gay Co-Stars In Real Life—Is In A Porn Movie About Harassment Where He Calls His Co-Star A “Fucking Faggot”

Posted April 5, 2018 by with 27 comments

hisassFor those who can’t get enough of Donald Trump supporter Sergent Miles (and Raging Hot Falcon apparently can’t—this is at least his third movie for the studio released this year), the gay porn star has taken a break from insulting high school students who were victims of a mass shooting to appear in another gay porn scene this month. In this one, Miles—who believes the DACA program should be repealed and all DACA immigrants should be deported—plays a boss who sexually harasses, physically abuses, and verbally abuses an employee, who tries to fight Miles off. Sounds like something right out of Trump Tower.

The movie—which is about as ill-conceived and clueless as you can get, given the current social and cultural movements surrounding harassment and #MeToo happening in this country right now—features workplace sexual harassment, and it’s called “Sexual HisASSment.”

hisassmentAlso, considering the fact that Sergeant Miles was accused of real-life harassment of two of his co-stars on set just last month, this movie—albeit fiction—shows just how tone deaf some gay porn studios can be. In the Sergeant Miles scene, Miles’ character uses anti-gay slurs (including repeated use of the word “faggot”) to insult and harass an employee, who is eventually restrained with saran wrap by Miles and fucked on a table.

Sergeant Miles’ real-life interrogation and intimidation of performers Kurtis Wolfe and Jessie Colter over their STI tests and sexual habits was perceived by many to be homophobic, and I guess now Raging Stallion is giving “fans” a fictionalized version of similar behavior via this sex scene. Here’s Sergeant Miles and Tony Orlando in Raging Stallion’s Fetish Force scene from “Sexual HisASSMent”:

 

  • Ceecee

    I was ABSOLUTELY serious on the last thread when I said that I expected him to be getting an exclusive signing soon.

    Gay porn rivals only telecommunications in ability to run a business while employing people who OPENLY HATE your paying clients.

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/97de0e74cf2323dd59628b0840b085c26696a1b49fb0ad5116d426486d743a7e.gif

  • stephen
  • ken

    I have a genuine question. Why are you so obsessed with people you don’t like? You’re like a dog with bone. Constantly making articles about porn actors or producers you clearly despise. Is it just to get some type of validation from that echo chamber on your comment section or you wanna get noticed by them?

    • Ceecee

      Guys like Miles are a genuine cancer in any industry.

      Pretending they don’t exist is a tacit endorsement of their vile ideas and behaviour.

  • Todd B

    FUCK HIM AND RAGING STALLION!

  • PurpleBB8

    Given the way RagingHotFalcon runs their streaming sites, this is probably going to keep getting promoted until June (they only just released the previous scene a week ago, they split all their fetish scenes in two, and Fetish Force releases new scenes once a month).

  • Scrapple

    This is worse than that RS scene with Erik Rhodes and Spencer Fox. Much worse. Is it any wonder why gay porn is such a fucking garbage show?
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/bcef832872200162afcc75e3c85c346e9365a9089e40bfe1194a112331c7ee55.gif
    Gay porn is quick to condone the behavior of gay/bi closet cases, bigots, guys with violence issues, boundary issues, drug issues and mental health issues. But not only do they condone the destructive behavior of these individuals, they promote these models, continue to give them jobs and platforms to spew hatred and nonsense. And in cases like this, studios actually glamorize hatred, violence, sexual assault and discrimination. How you get down in your bedroom is your business. Everyone has their kinks. But people can only treat you in a manner which you allow. Doing shit like this only breeds a culture where our community makes it okay for people to treat its members like third class citizens.

    Sexuality can be a hard thing for people to deal with. “Hey, you’re struggling with your sexuality? You can fuck all the gays you want so long as you treat them like trash, and we’ll still let you say you’re straight. You’re straight but you like getting fucked? Well, then it’s you who we’ll treat like trash while dicking you down, so you can tell your friends and family how much you hated it. And if you’re fucking around with guys on your private time for fun or for money, make sure you treat them in this manner. It’s what they deserve. Because gay sex is disgusting and should only be utilized when pussy is in short supply, or as a form of punishment.” Promoting imagery like this is destructive and counterproductive. And extremely lazy. Remember this scene the next time you read about Falcon making a charitable donation to an LGBTQ organization. Remember Boys Halfway House the next time an at risk gay/bi teen has to resort to prostitution to get off the streets. The next time someone is sexually assaulted and/or murdered, remember the FratX scene where a bottom is berated, physically restrained and fucked bare while a bunch of “straight” fratbros cheer and high five. When bad shit goes down to members of this community, don’t sit around and ask why. This is why.

    • Hari Kalyan

      Gonna play devil’s advocate here. Miles’ personal issues aside – is it just the use of the slurs and the”harrassment” moniker that makes this scene any different? Because i’ve seen workplace boss/employee dom/sub humiliation/harassment porn scenes like this before (minus the slurs). Kinkdotcom kinda has the market cornered on torture/humiliation porn and no one seems to have a problem with that. Jaxton does a lot of their scenes too so I’m not surprised he’s a part of this production, likely assuming his usual dom role.

      • Scrapple

        It’s the people they choose to put in these roles. If you have a model like Topher who is accused of sexually assaulting multiple people, maybe don’t put him in a scene where consent is an issue. If you have a model who is spouting bigotry and ignorance, don’t put him in a scene where he’s hurling slurs at and demeaning someone for being gay. This isn’t the studios going for realism. It’s them going for stunts.

        Rumors and issues about the studio aside, Kink is a different animal. Both parties are giving their consent, which is why they do those interviews at the beginning. That type of sub/dom scene is different than what is being presented here. Very different.

        • Hari Kalyan

          Ok agreed, if we’re considering the porn models more than the scene itself. To be honest I’d expect this scene in particular to be more intense than those other studios named since this is accompanied by an “extreme fetish” warning. But the humiliation theme isn’t new. The “are you staring at my dick?!/I’m not gay, bro!/Now suck my dick before I fuck you!” story arc certainly isn’t new to porn. I imagine in all these types of scenes the parties are willing participants. Kink just chooses to highlight that fact as a part of their scene intro. But, wait — what rumors and issues about Kink are you talking about? I need tea.

          • Scrapple

            With respect to Kink, I was talking about claims of model abuse, unsafe working conditions, sexual assault. Lots of things.

  • TheThom

    Maybe he’s just a method actor, and he’s been working on creating his character this whole time?

    Or he’s just a piece of shit.

  • Kevin Jones

    Well, I know what I won’t be watching this summer.

  • gaycuckhubby

    Lol.
    I think this article explains a lot of gay guys watch straight porn as well.

    • dabc8177

      straigh porn has much more homophobic Trumpsters

      • gaycuckhubby

        I meant that straight porn isn’t so concerned about the social implications and just has fun.

      • Alann6

        More appropiately…tRumpsters.

  • Targareyn

    Fuck Miles and his deranged nonsense, I want to talk about something else. ZACH, did you see MEN’s latest release? It involves a certain model you recently posted about with a suspect hand tattoo, and he’s paired up with, wait for it…PAUL CANON. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/655e489350ddaa298375f5e5015db6d91f2d10b176106367d4eec9d267b47085.gif

  • Cosmic

    The lousy tattoos alone make him hard to watch so that along with the combo of his raging stupidity and shitty personality push him way over into unwatchable.

  • gaysiantwink

    racist pos miles aside, i am excited to see tony orlando venturing into gay porn. he’s absolutely adorable and amazing.

  • SteadyNUnremitting

    Not surprising. Sergeant Miles continues to be the epitome of trash.

  • Devin

    One of the porn studios I’m subscribed to is always sending me notifications about Raging Stallion discounts. No thanks. Raging Stallion won’t be getting any of my dollars. All these people out here stealing porn and these studios are keeping up the fuckery, which makes paying subscribers like me either cancel their membership or never sign up.

  • JS

    I do think it is the height of hypocrisy for this guy to be harrassing models on set about test results when he himself has SEVERAL bareback scenes at Lucas Entertainment on his CV. It is well documented that LE has a spotty (at best) record on testing, and Michael Lucas has been documented trying to pair models with different sero-status without their knowledge OR consent. It is also known that he gives models PrEP who are not on it a day or so before their shoots (the medical guideline is to be on it 3 weeks before any sexual activity), and so it may be of dubious effect if at all.

    Part of me would like to see the truly gay models in the industry start to put their feet down and say “No…I will not shoot with Sergeant Miles or Jaxton Wheeler or any other model who is straight in his personal life. I will not work with a model who looks down on me as a gay man in porn, because most of these guys do talk shit about us. I may be just shooting porn, but I still am allowed some basic human courtesy & respect”.

    Sadly, that will *NEVER* happen.

  • pangelboy

    I’m just waiting for a gay porn studio to hire an all-out gay-basher. When it comes to “forgiving” people of their past in order to get what they want (i.e., make a quick buck or score political points) gay porn studios only come behind Evangelicals.

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/08aac74c34975774cd95a15e987d7d74689e404d9e7a0bb216a2d785b12f5803.gif

  • Alann6

    I used to be a member at Raging Stallion and really liked the site back when they were featuring models like David Taylor. However, I find this movie very offensive and would never be a member at a site that features trash like this.

  • a b

    The 4th scene has never been released, or is it just my impression?