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Sex survey results: what porn have you been watching lately?

From Tony Capucci to Men in Stockings

Photo By Falcon Entertainment

Max’s current obsession is FalconEntertainment.com star Tony Capucci. “I’ve read that he is gay-for-pay,” Max says, “but with an ass like his, I don’t care.”

Last time, instead of telling you all about the porn I’ve watched lately, I asked you to tell me about the porn you’ve been watching lately.

The responses I received ranged from quick 10-word paragraphs to entire life stories. They also gave me some interesting snapshots into how gay men relate to the oldest form of entertainment in the 21st century.

When it comes to tastes, James says he enjoys the gay-for-pay thing that’s so popular at the moment.

“I also have been watching a lot of the HazeHim.com videos, convincing myself it’s reality even though I’ve seen the same guy on CollegeBoyPhysicals.com and BrokeStraightBoys.com,” he comments. “I just pretend the guy is extremely stupid and happens to always land himself in a homoerotic situation.”

Jose swings a very different way.

“Since I watched Men in Stockings from LucasEntertainment.com, I can’t get enough of men in pantyhose! But it’s not about feminization. I’m talking about manly studs wearing tights.”

Max says he buys a fair few adult DVDs, but mostly via Montreal and Toronto, since “there’s not a lot available in Vancouver.”

His current obsession is FalconEntertainment.com star Tony Capucci, who most recently performs in Roughin’ It. “I’ve read that he is gay-for-pay,” Max says, “but with an ass like his, I don’t care.”

Another favourite is Guy Parker — “Watching him get his ass licked in Splish Splash [by BuckshotDVD.com]… everything on that boy is superb!”

People also still remember the good old VHS days, it seems.

James was neighbours with a gay couple whose new cable box meant they could record the gay channel. “So I got their collection of old VHS tapes. It was like a long lost gay uncle had died and left me a fortune. I watched those tapes almost religiously.” 

Max also recalls the classics fondly: “I like the Catalina movies very much,” he says, referring to the studio responsible for making Jeff Stryker a gay household name. “I don’t do the online porn thing at all anymore — too many viruses on my computer and I just find it frustrating and very expensive.”

James, it seems, has the opposite view. “These days, I refuse to buy porn. Not out of shame but, for a lack of better words, I’m fucking cheap! So that leaves the internet. It’s free.”

So, on which side of the line do you fall?