Ricky Larkin Update: Bi, Trans, And Gay Porn Scenes With Lucas Leon, Silvia Saige, Sherman Maus, And Daisy Taylor

Posted September 26, 2019 by with 22 comments

ricky larkin gay pornIt’s a good day for fans of Ricky Larkin, as the very busy gay porn star is appearing in not one, not two, but three different porn scenes in three different genres this week. So whether you’re gay, bi, trans, or something else, at least one of these fuckfests should appeal to you.

First, Ricky Larkin is fucking Silvia Saige and Sherman Maus bareback in WhyNotBi’s new three-way:

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[WhyNotBi: Ricky Larkin, Sherman Maus, And Silvia Saige]

Over on TransAngels, Ricky is fucking Daisy Taylor raw:

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[TransAngels: Ricky Larkin Fucks Daisy Taylor Bareback]

And finally, Ricky Larkin is fucking Lucas Leon bareback in Raging Stallion’s “Outta The Park” series:

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[Raging Stallion: Ricky Larkin Fucks Lucas Leon Bareback]

 

  • grrr-_-argh

    another day another gay goes blond when he shouldn’t have. we’re losing this war…

    any way, ricky larkin’s a fuckin’ hottie and an underappreciated actor. i haven’t been into any of his recent scene partners but i’m glad he’s been so prolific lately because that means he’ll hopefully top someone i want to see him with soon.

    • NoMoGay4Pay

      He ain’t gay if he’s fuckin women. 🙄

      • Adam

        Why not if a guy can fuck a guy and still call himself straight when there’s not a camera on him? Sexual behavior and sexual identity don’t have to be the same thing.

        • NoMoGay4Pay

          That’s just dumb logic.

          • Adam

            No not really sexual identity and sexual behavior are closely related to sexual orientation, but they are distinguished, with identity referring to an individual’s conception of themselves, behavior referring to actual sexual acts performed by the individual, and sexual orientation referring to romantic or sexual attractions toward persons of the opposite sex or gender, the same sex or gender, to both sexes or more than one gender, or to no one.

            So a guy can call himself straight because he mainly sleeps with women (identity) and he can fuck another guy – gay or otherwise – because he’s getting paid to do it (behavior).

            One must look at both identity and behavior if they were to accurately categorise orientation. Hence the reason the gay / straight binary has been disappearing over the last decade (granted disappearing more slowly for men) and giving rise to the myriad new labels under the Bi+ umbrella (Bi obviously, Curious, Pan, Fluid, Homo and Hetero Flexible to name a few off the top of my head, or simply no labels).

          • john a

            i say just sit back and enjoy the show. if they put on a good performance who cares what they identify themselves as.

          • Adam

            Exactly! If a couple – or however many are in the scene – are attractive, have chemistry, are both strong performers, and that comes across in the finished scene, what else is there to debate about?

          • Tempest

            You seem to have a huge chip on your shoulder when it comes to gay men and homosexuality in general. What’s the point of your posts? If you want to spread awareness about bisexuality then it’s great, but when you try to act like a sex educator (gay and straight binary disappearing? Wut?) telling everyone that they should try everything and everyone therefore “invading” other people’s places is when it gets wrong.

            Labels can be a great tool for empowerment if you’ve come to realize who you are and be perfectly comfortable with it. Nothing is disappearing, can we please just all live the way we see fit without hurting someone else and telling them how they should behave?

          • Adam

            I have no problem with gay people. And if it seems like I have a chip on my shoulder, you could be right, because I do like to point out and oppose cases of bi erasure, but it could also be a case of projection on your part. There are several people that comment on these articles that are openly hostile to anything besides a homosexual presence “invading” their space (Which it’s technically Zach’s space we’re just here to look at clips and talk shit. But he’s made it abundantly clear he has no problem being inclusive with the occasional bit of Bi or Trans content, thank you btw Zach.), they are content to see fluidity erased because it presents a nuanced challenge of their black and white view of the world. My point was not, and is not, that gay and straight are disappearing forever and everyone is going to be fluid to one degree or another (or whichever label you want to use). My point is that more and more Bi+ people are coming out, it is already the largest and also the fastest growing portion of the LGBT community, and we are not content to be erased anymore by “playing it straight”, or in some cases adopting the gay label because that’s what we’re assumed to be when we’re in a same sex relationship, so we might as well adopt it to stand in solidarity with our gay brethren even though it doesn’t accurately describe who we are. So as I said I don’t believe gay and straight are going away anytime soon, but I do believe as more and more Bi people become more visible that binary will become a spectrum. I believe, just as there are many strictly gay people in the closet trying to pass as straight, there are also many people in the straight community that have some degree of fluidity. If there weren’t still a stigma in society about being LGBT I think you would find our overall percentage of the population would be much higher than what it is now, especially fluid people. Idk if the percentage of people under the Bi+ umbrella would still be a minority when compared to strictly straight people, but I am certain, observing recent trends in studies towards fluidity, if everyone who is anything other than straight were out of the closet it would at least make the LGBT community a MUCH larger force to be reckoned with. For example I remember one YouGov poll 4 years ago that said 49% of British youth considered themselves something other than “completely heterosexual”. Surely there are gays and lesbians in there as well, but it’s also a lot of flexible people (however they identify) saying yeah if I’m attracted to someone I’m secure enough in my identity to do whatever with them.

      • grrr-_-argh

        that has nothing to do with my comment.

        • Adam

          Were you expecting anything more? His name should have been a giveaway that he is a one issue commenter.

  • Daniel Vanutti

    In other words, another day with crappy performances in all kinds of LBGT-oriented sites. Does anyone even bother worrying about quality over quantity?

    • inukaiser

      im worried,because gay porn is losing quality when porn actor also does others genre of porn

  • Scrapple

    Ricky Larkin. Terrorizing the porn industry one gender at a time.

    • CamCam

      🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 That’s cold lmao

  • Jay

    Ricky, what will you ever do with your ceasar cut when the hair loss picks up speed?

  • inukaiser

    he should at least retire form gay porn,because it onvious that he rather likes fuck anything with boobs and pussy.

    • Adam

      But gay pays better. Not for nothing but if we’re rightly going to complain about wanting equal pay, why shouldn’t pay be the same for men and women on both sides of the industry? I mean I’m fine with them getting paid extra for more hardcore or niche scenes; but the baseline for plain vanilla sex scenes should be the same for all performers.

  • Badbike

    Don’t see enough of Lucas Leon

  • Mann really envious of him pounding all those holes.