Racist Michael Lucas Labels Syrian Refugees “Barbarians”

Posted September 20, 2015 by with 128 comments

duckfaceRacist gay porn actor Michael Lucas is once again putting his xenophobia on full display, this time in a Facebook post targeting refugees and migrants seeking asylum in parts of western Europe.

When not hiring convicted murderers or being accused of sexual harassment and fraud by employees, the bigoted bareback gay porn studio owner has routinely engaged in hate speech against Muslims throughout his career, but Lucas’s most recent remarks vilifying Syrian refugees (which include the 2-year-old above who washed up dead on a Turkish beach) might be a new low, even for him.

Here’s Michael Lucas reacting to a news story on Syrian refugees arriving in Croatia (via Facebook):

Millions of hatful [sic] Muslim men are taking over Europe. Why to let this [sic] barbarians in? They hate each other, they treat each other like shit, how are they going to treat people that do not share their sick views? They love fighting each other, they should of [sic] stay and fight ISIS. Instead they are coming to the West to live on our hard earned money, to fuck, to breed and produce more haters.

Of the nearly four million Syrian refugees and migrants (some of whom are actually Christian) who’ve escaped their country’s violent and deadly civil war, it’s estimated that at least half are children. Ironically, Michael Lucas—whose real name is Andrei Treivas—is himself a migrant who fled his own native country seeking a better life in the western world. Fortunately (for him), Michael Lucas didn’t wash up dead on an American beach.

Here’s the Facebook post, along with Lucas’s vile response to a commenter:


  • Alan Keddie

    Duckface = douche bag.

  • Elitist

    When will he die.

  • Mike Julius

    Goddammit, can we start calling for boycotts on these scumbags already?

  • stephen

  • Zealot

    Osama Bin Lucas has spoken, has he? Well. Again, so glad I don’t seek out Ol’ Ducklips for insightful, thoughtful commentary regarding world affairs (or grammar). In fact, I’m not sure I’d seek out ML for advice on anything. Just the sight of that child’s lifeless body on the beach should tear anyone’s heart out. No child should have to suffer that. But hasn’t Duckbutt been a bit of an opportunist himself? IMHO he’s managed to do nothing but gain from a wealthy ex (who had the good sense to finally dump him); or the work of others, at the cost of their health and well-being. So frankly, Duck-munch can take a flying French Kiss at a hairy ISIS ass for all I care. Was that racist?

    P.S. Whoever Joe Smith is in the above twit-ter exchange should take that Equal Rights symbol off his account. That’s patently false advertising. Calling refugees “opportunists”? Outrageous and racist. Now why would I somehow envision some Log Cabin Republican behind that comment?

    • Rickster Rickster

      that’s facebook not twitter.

      • Zealot

        Correction noted. However, you’ll understand my confusion when two twits are chirping back and forth at each other…..

  • WillG

    “Racist gay porn actor Michael Lucas”

    OMG what happened to his company?

    And God would I hate to be his copy editor at Out, The Advocate, HuffPo, etc. He can barely write English.

    • Zachary Sire

      While the sentiment is definitely is, I’m fairly certain he has nothing to do with the actual writing of those hate speech articles. He likely speaks his racist garbage to someone (his boyfriend, one of his dumb friends) who is transcribing/translating it into a word doc, which is then sent over to those idiotic sites for (heavy) copy editing.

    • Martin Hasani

      What’s happened to him saying he would only hire Jewish porn actors? He changed his mind?

  • WhimsyCotton

    Refugees or economic migrants? Refugees cease to be refugees the instant they step into Turkey. I can understand wanting a better life but don’t call them refugees when what they are is economic migrants. Then of course you have the migrants from other countries in the Middle East and North Africa taking advantage of the situation in Syria to immigrate into Europe.

    Michael Lucas was offensive in his post, but he wasn’t completely wrong. You’re more than welcome to look up the statistics for rapes committed in Europe by migrants. It’s great to feel for the plight of the Syrians but do not think that simply allowing them all to enter Europe is any kind of a logical solution. If the ghettos in France and Sweden are anything to go by, Muslims have great difficulty integrating in Western culture. And remember, even when Syria was in an OK state, gays still faced 3 years of jail time simply for existing. Now they face a push off a roof, but they weren’t in a much better state when Syria was “thriving” under moderate leadership. It’ll be those moderate Muslims that will enter Europe. How do you think they’ll feel about watching scantily clad women, two men holding hands or God forbid kissing in public?

    The truth is you don’t have to wonder. There has already been an outbreak of rapes in German refugee camps. The media has unfortunately kept mum on the issue to prevent the hostile attitudes towards migrants from increasing.

    • James Withers

      “Muslims have great difficulty integrating in Western culture.” Is it their color that makes it so hard? Or maybe they are beasts who don’t understand the beauty of the western world?

      • Galaxy_Scribe

        Hi Michael.

      • andrew

        It may be that they believe in a religion that, still in the 21st century, believes that women are subservient to men and that homosexuals should be stoned to death. Most of the European nations have discarded the more barbaric aspects of Christianity. Most in the Muslim world still hold fast to them. There is a danger that allowing large numbers of Muslims to settle in Europe, may endanger many of the secular society’s freedoms which they have long struggled to guarantee.

        • Knightgee

          There have been more female heads of state and political leaders in predominantly Muslim countries than there have been in most Western nations. The UK’s current political leaders have basically been saying “fuck the poor” as their platform and antisemitism and neo-nazism are experiencing a resurgence all across Europe. It would seem secular Europe isn’t as far removed from barbarism as you’d like to believe.

          • JJ

            “There have been more female heads of state and political leaders in predominantly Muslim countries than there have been in most Western nations.”

            And they are Turkey, Indonesia, Pakistan and Bangladesh. I’m not sure about Uzbekistan though.

        • JJ

          Andrew, it doesn’t really matter if Europeans have discarded shitty aspects of Christianity. Christianity is still shit. The changes made are just what those people want it to be.

          • andrew

            If you think Christianity is “still shit”, check out the oppressive nature of most Muslim nations in the world.

          • CBW

            You’re not necessarily wrong, but two points; one, until a relatively short time ago the same could have been said about many Western countries, so let’s not act like we are inherently superior when I would say that the “lag time” is more to do with history than anything else, (the reformation being especially crucial to this), and two, there’s a pretty disgusting amount of oppression of gay people still happening in many ostensibly Christian nations.
            I’d rather be a gay living in a very large number of Muslim countries than, say, Russia or Uganda.
            Much like I’d rather be an Iranian Jew than an Arab Israeli.

          • andrew

            Yep, it took Europeans many centuries to defang Christianity and curb the evil impulses of that religion. However, today with the exception of Russia, most gay people in Europe live lives relatively free of any official state or government hostility. The same can’t be said for gay people living in most Muslim nations. It seems to me that moderate Muslims have an enormous task ahead of them. They need to defang Islam and rid it of it’s evil impulses. They need movements similar to Europe’s Reformation, Renaissance, Age of Enlightenment etc. The process may take them as long as it took Europeans. I think moderate American Muslims have to speak out, and some have, against the fundamentalist Muslims, who have become the image most American’s have of Islam. I don’t envy their task. I personally think the best solution is for all people to abandon all of those man made religions with their pretenses to ultimate truth.

          • CBW

            Agree with you on all counts here.
            It’s going to take a very long time, but I do think it will happen. I also happen to believe that vocal and vitriolic anti-Muslim sentiment in the West is counterproductive as it opens the door wider to the radicalisation of young Muslims who feel they are being shunned by a society that believes calling people “Muslim” is an insult.

            And I especially agree that moderate Muslims need to take the lead. Unfortunately they are often shouted down by the likes of Bill O’Reilly who seem to believe that all Muslims are answerable for the crimes of all other Muslims.

        • James Withers

          Homosexuals? As to your other points, probably need to be careful about describing the faith 1.6 billion people, You’re right. There are a number of Muslims who practice what you describe (see any ISIS video), but then there are others, who practice the same faith, who don’t. Maybe for you and others, it’s a waste of time to make such distinctions.

          • andrew

            Name a single Muslim nation, with the possible exception of Turkey, where individual freedom and liberty are as extensive as they are in majority Christian nations.

          • CBW

            Indonesia. The biggest one.

          • andrew

            Yes the Indonesian Muslims don’t seem to be as intolerant as those in the Middle East and parts of North Africa.

          • James Withers


        • La Bambi

          Orthodox Judaism and Fundamentalist Christians believe the same. In Leviticus, the penalty for homosexuality is death by stoning, where do you think Muslims got it from?
          Those fleeing Syria are people trying to leave the Islamic State controlled regions of the country. If they were extremists as you try to paint them out to be, they wouldn’t want to leave, would they?

          Your logic (The religious minority will threaten Christian society) was the same used to deny Jewish refugees entry to North America in 1939. I believe we know how that turned out.

          • andrew

            I am definitely not saying these innocent refugees are extremists. They are people fleeing oppression and war. They are probably mostly believing Muslims and those beliefs could pose a threat to the secular state values that Europeans have struggled for centuries to achieve. Granted they are a minority, but down the road they could join with indigenous conservative European Christians, who would love to reimpose their conservative version of Christianity on a secular Europe. Another problem that I have is with the rich Muslim states in the Middle East: Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman and Bahrain. They have all refused to open their borders to these refugees. They are geographically closer to Syria and like the refugees they are Arab and Muslim.

          • La Bambi

            All those Gulf states are tribal dictatorships. Europe and North America claim to be democracies. I don’t think it’s surprising that we strive to have better human rights records than dictatorships. I mean, should we not care about gay rights here because in Saudi Arabia it’s worse? No. Liberal democracies like America have claimed to be a beacon to the world – see the quote on the Statue of LIberty – but get real iffy when those ‘huddled masses’ come ashore.

          • andrew

            The reality is that Western Europe and the USA can’t allow all the “huddled masses” from desperately poor and troubled nations of Asia and Africa to enter our countries. Not if we want to maintain the standard of living that most of us now enjoy. The problems that I think the USA should be addressing are domestic ones: the poverty, functional illiteracy, crime, drug addiction, joblessness and rotting infrastructure that is the reality of so much of urban and rural America. Since the end of WW II we have spent to much of our nations wealth policing the world and interfering in other nations problems while ignoring the serious internal problems this country has.

      • WhimsyCotton

        It’s hilarious that you people assume I’m Caucasian and that my arguments hold no merit because I’m obsessed with color.
        To answer your question, no, it isn’t their color. It is the rigid manner in which Islam is practiced. Whereas Christianity has evolved to fit modern society, Islam refuses to do so. Sure you can point to a few individuals, but the polls tell a different story on what a majority of (Western) Muslims opine.

        • James Withers

          “It’s hilarious that you people assume I’m Caucasian and that my arguments hold no merit because I’m obsessed with color.” Don’t know you, so have no clue about your race. If you’re obsessed with race, then your arguments don’t have merit. As for Islam evolving, where have you been? That’s been a debate in the faith for awhile. Might want to read Bernard Lewis, Reza Aslan, and Fawaz Gerges. As for polls, this one tells a more complicated picture:


          • WhimsyCotton

            Whoops. That was my fail. I worded that wrong. What I meant to say is that because people assume that I’m Caucasian and that I must somehow be obsessed with color. I assure you, I’m not obsessed with race.
            What I am obsessed with is hypocrisy. I don’t like one group of people crying out for perceived slights while at the same time attacking, insulting, or ridiculing another group of people.
            I’ve read the study back when it came out. I feel like American Muslims are different than other Muslims. Our culture is much more accusatory and suspicious. Things like Operation Trojan Horse wouldn’t happen in the US, but look how easy it was for it to be organized in England.

    • Mike Julius

      You would sympathize, of course; birds of a feather usually do.

      • WhimsyCotton

        I write a wall of text, yet you only focus on the part that had the least amount of importance. Typical.

        • Mike Julius

          Typical indeed. You think racial discrimination is of little importance. I do not. Yeah, I focused on it. You should too and have a talk with yourself.

          • WhimsyCotton

            I wasn’t aware Muslims were a race. Thanks for enlightening me.

          • Mike Julius

            Okay, wanna split hairs? Let’s.

            Are all these refugees Muslim or do they just look Muslim with their “little cruel eyes and beards”? Were you and Michael only talking about the Muslims in the crowd or did you mean the Christians, too?

            Or do you and he obviously mean the race of people fleeing the horrors of war that LOOK Muslim to your racist eyes?

            Fuck off with your bullshit. You’re fooling no one with a brain.

          • WhimsyCotton

            There’s no hair to split. The people of the Middle Eastern region aren’t a race. An ethnicity sure, but not a race. And yes, I was talking about the Muslims only unless the Christians also hold the same regressive views.
            You also continue to ignore my posts’ arguments. Why bring up people fleeing the horrors of war? I’ve already acknowledged that. My response is that many of them aren’t just looking for sanctuary. If they were Turkey, Greece, Serbia, Hungary, Austria would have all been safe zones. Instead you see them going past all those countries and not stopping until they reach Germany or Sweden.
            Realistically, how many “refugees” do you think will return to Syria once they’ve tasted the sweet rich nectar that those two countries are going head over heels to provide? The question will then become, how many will integrate? Then what laws, customs, accommodations have to be made?
            Only a simpleminded and naive person thinks taking in hundreds of thousands of persons from a culture the polar opposite of one’s own won’t have negative ramifications.

    • Mark-E-Mark

      Sure there is.

  • Galaxy_Scribe

    So can we send HIM back where he comes from?

    • Rickster Rickster

      he’s against the law there. an enemy of the state.

      • Galaxy_Scribe

        And the problem with that would be…?

        • Rickster Rickster

          nothing I can think of.

  • john

    • Goodboy

      How is being anti Muslim Racist? You do realize that Muslims cover just about every race.

  • Ayda
  • Jace

    He does realise that a lot of those Syrian refugees aren’t Muslims, right? And given he himself is Jewish I would think he’d have more empathy for a people fleeing genocide.

  • Webslinger
  • Mark-E-Mark

    Do these porn guys not have auto – correct? How does a group that has been held down for decades have the nerve to voice their hatred for another group? Someone needs to do some research on what it is to be a “Muslim”

    • andrew

      Apparently being a Muslim doesn’t mean accepting your fellow Muslim refugees into your wealthy Muslim country. Not a single Muslim nation has opened it’s borders to these Muslim refugees. Rich Muslim nations like Saudi Arabia, Qatar, The United Arab Emirates, Oman, Kuwait and Bahrain keep their borders closed. They cite the risk of terrorism as their reason. Yet European nations like Sweden and Germany have accepted many. The rich Muslim nations have contributed some money. However Britain has contributed more money to refugee relief than Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Qatar combined. FYI.

      • Mark-E-Mark

        #1) Germany and France have the largest Muslim populations among European Union member countries. As of 2010, there were 4.8 million Muslims in Germany (5.8% of the country’s population) and 4.7 million Muslims in France (7.5%). In Europe overall, however, Russia’s population of 14 million Muslims (10%) is the largest on the continent. (These are not “Refugees”)

        #2) The Muslim share of Europe’s total population has been increasing steadily. In recent decades, the Muslim share of the population throughout Europe grew about 1 percentage point a decade, from 4% in 1990 to 6% in 2010. This pattern is expected to continue through 2030, when Muslims are projected to make up 8% of Europe’s population.

        #3) Muslims are younger than other Europeans. In 2010, themedian age of Muslims throughout Europe was 32, eight years younger than the median for all Europeans (40). By contrast, the median age of religiously unaffiliated people in Europe, including atheists, agnostics and those with no religion in particular, was 37. The median age of European Christians was 42.

        #4) Views of Muslims vary widely among European countries. APew Research survey conducted last spring found that majorities in France Britain and Germany had favorable views of Muslims. Opinion was roughly divided in Spain while negative views prevailed in Italy, Greece and Poland. Views about Muslims are tied to ideology. While 47% of Germans on the political right give Muslims an unfavorable rating, just 20% on the left do so. The gap between left and right is also more than 20 percentage points in France, Italy and Greece. And significant differences are found in Spain and the UK as well.

        #5) As of 2010, the European Union was home to about 13 million Muslim immigrants. The foreign-born Muslim population in Germany is primarily made up of Turkish immigrants, but also includes many born in Kosovo, Iraq, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Morocco. The roughly 3 million foreign-born Muslims in France are largely from France’s former colonies of Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia.

        If I was a refugee. I’d stay far away from anywhere I thought the United States was the terrorist.

        • andrew

          The member states of the European Union should be very careful in allowing large numbers of immigrants, who believe in a backward and largely oppressive ideology/religion like Islam, into Europe’s largely secular societies. It is possible that they could use their future votes to begin to limit the individual rights and freedoms Europeans have struggled for centuries to put in place. I would be equally concerned if large numbers of fundamentalists Christians were immigrating into nations that have largely shaken off fundamentalists religions of every stripe. Those religions/ ideologies and their adherents want to impose their views on everyone.

          • Mark-E-Mark

            The world will never change if people don’t shut the fuck up about “Their” beliefs and lived their lives. But that will never happen because somewhere deep down in that (Soul?) there is the knowledge that they are not as pure as their “God” wants them to be. (I mean Have you read the Bible. Holy Crap that thing is worse than a Michael Bay movie) haha. As far as refugees go. They are “Running” from a problem not to cause a problem. In this country the process a refugee has to go through to get in and become a citizen is like going through boot camp while taking the SAT’s and PSAT’s at the same time) Our country was founded on the hard work of people from all different countries..(Well after we stole it and killed a ton of people for the land) ..now some people want to throw them all out? That’s…..America for you.

          • andrew

            America indeed has a checkered past and many flaws in the present. All nations do. All things considered, the USA stands up pretty well in comparison with most other nations.

          • La Bambi

            The US, the largest and wealthiest Western democracy, has welcomed only 1,500 Syrian refugees so far. No, I’m not missing any zeroes there. The new Kerry plan has a total of 100,000 over three years. Per capita, that’s 1/60th of Germany’s commitment, and only about 2% of the Syrian refugee population.

            You’re saying that “stands up pretty well in comparison with most other nations.” Hmm.

          • andrew

            The wealthy Arab Muslim nations of the Middle East: Saudi Arabia, Oman, UAE, Kuwait, Bahrain and Qatar have not accepted any Syrian refugees.

          • CBW

            In the mid 19th century people said the same thing about letting bunch of diseased heretics and criminals move to the United States from Ireland.

      • Ayda

        Spain’s Interior Minister (Fernández Díaz) said the same, “Some refugees can be terrorist and that’s a risk”. But again our government (and everyone in it) sucks.

      • La Bambi

        This is a total falsehood. Time for the myth to die. The majority of Syrian refugees are in majority Muslim countries.

        2 million in Turkey (And refugee spending of over $6 billion, six times what the UK has pledged)

        1.2 million in Lebanon (A country of only 5 million people)

        1.5 million in Jordan (A country of only 8 million people)

        250,000 in Iraq (A country with its own refugee crisis)

        140,000 in Eqypt


        • andrew

          What nations are absent from your list? The wealthiest Arab Muslim States in the region, who have refused to admit any refugees.

  • Webslinger

    I am proud that I have never given his company one dollar of my hard earned money…


  • Robert Bartlett

    Sorry to say this, since Michael Lucas never has been and never will be one of my favorite people — but there is nothing in his statement that is untrue. You can’t label someone a racist for speaking the truth. If he had made a sweeping generalization, such as, “ALL Muslims are hateful, sick barbarians,” that would be a valid basis for calling him out as a racist. That is not what he said, however. Read his words CAREFULLY, and you’ll find nothing in them that can be argued with.

    • Zachary Sire

      bye michael

    • Ben

      WTF? he generalized all muslims as barbabrians and he suggested european countries to not take any syrian refugees and let them die. He’s a fucking racist, moron and ignorant duckface.

    • andrew

      Michael Lucas’ comments were hateful, intolerant and xenophobic but Zach just loves to put the word RACIST in his headlines. It gets so many more people posting on his blog.

      • The shoe fits.

      • yeah yeah

        Seems like RACIST is an appropriate adjective to describe duck mouth.

    • La Bambi

      Yeah, Hitler didn’t say ALL Jews were a force of evil to destroy the world, he just said “Jews”. If you read Mein Kampf CAREFULLY you’ll find nothing in it that can be argued with.

      • andrew


        • La Bambi

          Robert above says it’s OK to say denigrating things about groups of people as long as you don’t specify ‘All’. If you switch religions on La Lucas’ comments, her screed wouldn’t look out of place in Mein Kampf.

          • andrew

            For a porn blog and on a thread about nasty comments by ML, there sure have been a lot of intelligent and sometimes differing opinions about the Syrian Refugee situation.

          • La Bambi

            Zach attracts a certain readership.

          • WhimsyCotton

            In that case, only about half of a percent of Muslims are probably extremists. That’s what 7-8 million people? Maybe it’s a tenth of a percent? 3-4 million? Whatever the percent is, there’s definitely enough extremists to occupy major parts of a country and assault many cities in many regions all over the world. At least 100,000 in Syria alone.
            Then of course you could check up with the laws in the moderate modern Muslims countries. Oh, they all punish homosexuality with jail time or worse. Truly fascinating.

          • La Bambi

            What percentage of Christians are extremists? Shouldn’t that concern you since 80% of America is Christian? And most terrorism in the USA is perpetrated by right-wing Christian extremists? Since 9/11 twice as many Americans have been killed by right-wing terrorists than Muslim terrorists: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/06/25/us/tally-of-attacks-in-us-challenges-perceptions-of-top-terror-threat.html

            Even law enforcement considers right wing terror groups to be more threatening than Muslims: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/06/16/opinion/the-other-terror-threat.html?_r=0

            Also, homosexuality is legal in Muslim countries like Indonesia (home to world’s largest Muslim population) while many Christian countries like Uganda, Jamaica and even the US until 2003 criminalize homosexuality.

            But facts don’t appear to interest you.

          • WhimsyCotton

            What percentage of Christians are extremists? I don’t know. There aren’t any current wars against factions of extremist Christians that I know of (all over the world no less). Like I said earlier, Christians don’t worry me because their religion has evolved to fit the times unlike Islam. The most worrisome thing about a Christian is if they’ll be harping and bitching while you’re trying to get an abortion.
            I would respond to the rest of your post, but it’s essentially a red herring. We’re not talking about Africa. We’re not talking about Christianity. We’re talking about Islam and we’re talking about Western countries. Your point about Indonesia would be valid if Indonesia was originally a Muslim country. Although, I could have been more specific by saying Middle Eastern Muslim countries.

          • La Bambi

            “Their religion has evolved”. Hmm, tell that to Kim Davis, who believes her religion privileges her from following the law.

            And yes, you were talking about Islam in the West, and statistically since 9/11 Islamic terror in the USA has claimed less lives than Christian extremism, yet which one do people fear more? It’s politically convenient for you to fear Islam, but it isn’t rational.

  • yaoirabbit

    I can’t take his bitchy comeback seriously. Because if posting photos with celebrities is tacky, then how does he explain the pictures he took with RuPaul? Michael is just grasping for straws. And before you pick apart someone else’s spelling, you better make damn sure your grammar is on point.

  • jimboivyo


  • Rickster Rickster

    he’s from Russia, one of the most backwards and barbaric countries on the planet, so he’s got a lot of room to talk. (Karl Marx hated Russia. he said once they got involved with anything it went to hell)

    • Nana Eristavi

      As a person who was born in Russia, I shake your honest hand and tell: you just don’t know HOW right you are! A xenophobic, backwards, cruel country of hatred and corruption…

  • He must be a Trump supporter.

  • andrew

    That photo of the dead little boy on the beach should haunt the people of the Bush/Cheney Administration and all the Neo-Cons who led us into a needless war in Iraq, for the non existent weapons of mass destruction. Our invasion caused the deaths of tens of thousands and destabilized that entire region. The chaos that is the Middle East today is largely the result of the Bush/Cheney War.

    • A good point left out of all of this. Syria’s current state is a result of endless wars and interventions by the US. The US and its Euro-allies, along with Israel, has precipitated this mass refuge exodus by its constant bombing of Syria, causing people to flee. Much of the middle-east is destabilized by the United States’ actions.

    • slipperyslope

      You’re taking the position that Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, et al have a conscience that would actually register other people’s suffering. They don’t.

    • goldwater89

      The boy was from Syria, not Iraq. It should haunt Obama for not doing anything when Assad crossed that red-line Obama imposed. It should haunt Obama for not taking out ISIS in the very beginning when he had the chance.

      • andrew

        America is not and should not be the policeman of the world. There are wealthy and heavily armed Muslim states in the region who should have the primary responsibility of routing out evil in their midst. There are millions of people who are suffering today under some hateful dictatorial regimes in Asia and Africa. As sad as their situations are, we can’t send in the U.S. Military to solve those problems. The people who sign up to serve in the U.S. Military have not volunteered to risk there lives in attempts to route out every evil group or nation in the world. They should be used judiciously to safeguard the security of the USA. Unfortunately Bush and Cheney, who were reluctant warriors when they were young men, (Cheney had 5 draft deferments during the Vietnam War) needlessly got us into an unnecessary war when they were old men and could sit at home and waste the lives of our military people. Your Republican Neo-Cons lied to America and got us into a needless war that destabilized much of the region, including Syria.

        • Ayda

          America is the policeman of the world when “oil” is in the mix.

          • andrew

            It’s in our national interest to do so. Relatively cheap oil fuels the economies of the U. S. and our leading trading partners.

      • CBW

        Not surprising to see a bunch of simplistic decontextualised BS being spouted by someone using a handle that includes Goldwater. I wonder if you also oppose gay rights?
        Maybe you should head over to WorldNetDaily.

      • La Bambi

        What is the correct side to support in Syria? Fight ISIS and you’re siding with Assad. Fight Assad and you’re helping ISIS or the Muslim Brotherhood to replace him. Regime change in Syria means choosing between different flavors of murderous religious fundamentalists. What should Obama do, please inform us Goldwater?

      • WhimsyCotton

        Do you use Apple products or buy anything at your local Wal-Mart? If you do, it should haunt you to know that you promoted child labor and horrific working conditions at one point. It should haunt you to know that you promoted the well-being of a company that benefits from the constant struggle of their low income workers that they purposely keep down so that they may benefit from the government assistance they will be likely to receive.

        In short, people, often children, die. We live in a cruel cruel world. Don’t sneer at one person when your ability to live in a 1st world country likely means the suffering of countless people in a 3rd world one.

    • JJ

      ” The chaos that is the Middle East today is largely the result of the Bush/Cheney War.”
      And also the stupid fuckers who voted them into office!

    • CBW

      Thank you for saying this. Whenever I hear one of the mendacious war mongering frauds talking about the middle east my instinct is to ask them why anyone should pay any attention to anything they have to say given the way they so spectacularly fucked up and the fact that their deranged and incompetent policies will haunt the region and the world potentially for decades to come.

  • yeah yeah

    Michael Lucas is a hateful, disgusting human being. The best way to let him know how you feel is to not give his company a single red cent. I never have and never will.

  • BraD The VolFan

    Hey I Got To Ask Why Did @Str8UpGayPorn Block Me on Twitter(I’m @Volfan1983XxX)

  • Drew Barrymore

    For once, I’m not totally against Duckface.

    It may be a little difficult to understand when you live on the other side of the Atlantic, but “refugees” are not so welcome in Europe (outside Al-Swedenia which is a totally fucked up country, see what Malmö is now). Even the “refugees welcome” campaign in Germany has been launched by social workers (because of course, more migrants means more work for them) and the German employers who need cheap workers (300€ a month is nothing, but a lot of Turkish/Middle Eastern workers get only this in the “deutsch qualität” car factories, farms … it’s kind of a modern slavery).

    Those people fleeing Syria are refugees when they reached Turkey, Lebanon or Jordan and we must help them there to make sure they can come back to their country when it will be safe and rebuild it. But when they riot in Greece, Hungary, Belgium, France or Denmark because they want to go the the countries with better social benefits for “refugees” (basically Sweden and until recently Germany before they changed the law a few days ago because they are now overcrowded with the slaves, erm I mean refugees they asked for), they are not more than economic migrants and they don’t deserve all the brouhaha leftist medias do on them. You won’t make me believe that Denmark or Hungary are war zones and migrants are right to riot to leave. Not to mention that among them, a lot come from Ethiopia, Erytrea, Algeria, Morrocco, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia … so they are economic migrants violating borders, rioting, assaulting police and people (many houses brugled in Lesbos, Lampedusa, Calais …).

    Plus, all the countries already have experienced it, Muslims are not easy to integrate. They consider themselves Muslims before being citizens of the country they live in.
    I’m not surprised to see a Westerner like Duckface, Jewish in addition to that, being sceptic on the current influx of migrants. Madrid attacks, London attacks, Paris and Vincennes attacks, Copenhaguen attacks, Toulouse and Montauban attacks, Amsterdam-Paris’s Thalys attack, “honor” rapes in Germany and Sweden, sharia in Sweden and UK … Not only Lucas but also all Eastern European countries do not want that in their home and frankly, I don’t hold it against them.

    • Ayda

      Madrid no, just the Government (two ministers). Cities like Barcelona have been preparing to welcome refugees. And frankly, I welcome them too. We can’t think that everyone is a bad.

  • JJ

    You know, despite all this, I still wanna have sex with him!

  • Myko

    The cunt is still alive then ?

  • BoomPow

    “Fortunately (for him), Michael Lucas didn’t wash up dead on an American beach.” It’s never to late.

    • Drew Barrymore

      The fuck is that ???

  • Mark-E-Mark

    Not knowing who this guy is. Correct me if I am wrong. What is his point? Is he religious? If so what religion does he practice? If he practices no religion then what is he talking about. The Quaran, like the Bible has many passages that put down homosexuality to the point of death. (But there are so many it’s so contradictory) If he is practicing a religion then he would be commiting a sin by what he does in his life as far as being Gay and Pornography. (Not my feelings at all) this story confuses the hell out of me. But I guess I should realize that since it’s a gossip site.

  • John Iii

    He’s kinda hot actully

    • Mark-E-Mark

      Please do not say that thought process would negate his assholishness? If it came down to having sex with him or not.

  • Lacourse

    He’s just a more feminine version of Ann Coulter.

  • prestes_antony

    Is somebody paying attention to this bitch? He needs to fix that mug ASAP, how the hell his face is built like psyduck and he wanna clock somebody elses?! I digress…

  • CBW

    Many of the people reported about here are pretty squalid characters, but Lucas is I think actually a truly terrible human being. I am ashamed to admit that there was a time, before I discovered the joys of porn gossip, that I found him marginally attractive.
    Now I think he’s a hateful ingrate sack of shit whose increasingly gargoyle like appearance matches the seething ugliness within. He’s fowl. 😉

  • Why is no one is going in to help settle the civil war so that no one has to flee Syria? Shouldn’t the men stay and fight for their country? Just seems like everyone gave up. Yes, its horrific but from all the media I have been watching, looks like most of the refugees are male.

    • Zachary Sire

      You should probably seek out “media” other than what your racist pal Mikey shares on Facebook.

      Also, it’s not exactly easy to “fight” for your country when you’re unarmed and being poisoned with sarin gas.

      • Oh Zach darling – please don’t go after me. In your defense, I should have been more thorough in my response.

        To much people’s surprise, I’m actually very political. I was following the fighting and bloodshed for a very long time. I completely understand why families are fleeing Syria. How can you fight against Isis and Muslim extremists – gasing villages, decapitating people, dragging them through the streets is horrendous and inexcusable. They’re fucking crazy – they are destroying towns, bombing villages. Yes, its nearly impossible to fight that insanity. What I was commenting on is the media is now solely reporting on the plight of the refugees and I am not hearing about anyone, Syrians or neighboring countries, staying to fight or planning an assault.

        Along with mainstream news sources, NPR, BCC, etc. – I would recommend people to follow @ajplus on periscope. They are traveling with the Syrian refugees and are broadcasting live. Its heartbreaking.

        • sxg

          That’s all fine and dandy but you are missing the point of this whole topic (and on purpose of course). This isn’t a discussion on what we need to do to solve the problem over there, this is about your former bestie duckface made a racist/prejudice and xenophobic comment that was out of line. But I don’t expect you to say anything to criticize him, you always find a way to dance around the subject.

          I usually enjoy you and Sister Roma’s neutrality in porn because it’s refreshing to see among some of the unnecessary bitchiness, but you two fucking disgust me when you say nothing about situations like these, as well as incidents like when Ryan Rose beat the shit out of his boyfriend, when Dozer was charged for rape, or any other instances of racism and bigotry in porn. These are serious situations that need to be addressed in the gay porn community, yet as vocal as y’all are in the community you say absolutely nothing.

          • Activism comes in all forms… talking on a mic, writing essays, social media, films and also private one-on-one communication (in references to situations you mentioned above).

            Above all, I fight for freedom. I will defend the First Amendment and fight for your freedom of speech to post on this blog, for Zach voice his opinions, for everyone in porn. I may not always agree with what people say, but I will fight for them to have the right to say it. The Rentboy raid was a huge wake-up call… We all need to stick together and defend each other because you never know who’s next.

            -mr. Pam

      • andrew

        There are wealthy and well armed Muslims nations in the Middle East, like Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Kuwait, who are doing little to solve the Syria problem. Further, not a single one of these Muslims states will open it’s borders to their fellow Muslims, who are refugees. They cite the fear of allowing terrorists into their countries as the reason for the anti refugee immigration policy. Much of the chaos in the Middle East is a war between various Muslim factions. This is a problem mainly for Muslim nations to attempt to solve.

      • WhimsyCotton
    • CK

      So let me get this straight. Your solution to ending a civil war with multiple belligerents including ISIL, the Syrian Government, the Kurds, and the Salafist is to…let me get this straight… bolster the fighting force by telling the refugees to join ranks? That really is an ignorant statement. I’m really curious as to why you believe this war and “civil wars” in general have a “fix” that will stop the flow of refugees because one side winning doesn’t immediately undo the ravages to the country that the war itself caused nor does it make said individuals immune to armed political reprisals.

  • kkdd1

    2 bad it was not a hypercritical russian immigrant producer of bare back gay porn that they found washed up on some SHIT infested shore line

  • I didn’t realize being half water fowl meant he was a complete fucking moron.

  • JackNasty

    Dear Lord, I hate being the one who comes in after Lucas (pun intended) to express an opinion that I think he has…except his is wrapped in bigotry.

    First, let’s be clear, the populations the asylum seekers are coming from are mostly Muslim so there might be some Christians among them, they are likely a majority Muslim population. Among that population, yes, there were a good number of children I saw (in video and pictures). There haven’t been very many women that I’ve seen, oddly. The people most visible in the crowds are indeed, young men (many of them hot…yes, I noticed that too). Also, not necessarily an issue as young men would be the ones most likely to survive the journey best.

    Without calling them barbarians, the question should be how does adding hundreds of thousands (or millions) of men raised, educated, culturalized in societies so vastly different from the ones they’re being introduced into, change those societies? Will they “blend in” with their new societies or seek to change them to more reflect the ones they left…societies that none of us would like to live?

  • TJ XXX- nycxxx4u@gmail.com

    who cares.. hes meaningless

  • hotgrinding

    I agree with Michael Lucas (who is Jewish): Islam sucks and the Syrians should find asylum in other Islamic ( = barbaric) countries rather than bring their terrorism to Europe and the USA. I don’t want my alternative lifestyle threatened by these medieval throwbacks in my own country or when I visit Europe. “Fuck you!” to anyone who calls me a racist! It’s about SURVIVAL, not racism, you fucking moron! It’s a clash of values and civilizations!

  • Martin Hasani

    What’s even more stupid about him is that his own country – Russia – has a large native muslim population, including its third largest city Kazan. And the country he is referring to, Croatia, also has native Bosniak Muslims! Europe is not entirely Christian !!!