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Adult movie actors’ real names revealed on ‘Porn WikiLeaks’

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  1. Damn it, I fell for it again!!!

  2. Jock S. Trap 1 Apr 2011, 2:44pm

    Too many leaks not enough plugs… or gags.

  3. Jock S. Trap 1 Apr 2011, 2:44pm

    Too many leaks not enough plugs… or gags.

    Saucy!

    :P

  4. ROFL at Jock’s comments!

    There is always the risk if you do porn (professional or amateur) that someone you least expect may discover you …

  5. Oh, I just found out on the BBC website that this is for real.

    I’ve been had so many times today I don’t know what’s true anymore. :(

  6. Well that sucks. But at the same time, I kind of welcome it; I don’t see why Porn actors should hide their names for protections sake. Of course they should be allowed if they wish to, but it’s just a job. They shouldn’t feel any shame or whatever for it. I don’t. The only reason I used a fake name is ’cause it sounded fun to have an alias. :-p

  7. Erm, this is not a gay specific story, is it? So what merits its inclusion on a gay news site? Ah yes! It’s to do with porn, which of course is of interest to all male visitors here. Really PN, regard your viewership a little more highly maturity. We are not all porn-obsessed! Bring back the EastEnders and Corrie future storylines say I!!!

    1. Indeed. In fact, most of us are of such a high level maturity that we don’t regard porn as something immature at all.

      A story like this would cause a lot of trouble for gay porn industries and is therefore relevant.

      1. Or is PN also involved in the systematic pornification of gay culture? I mean, what else is there these days in our places or entertainment without a sex, and invariably sleazy sex, angle?

  8. Greg Ebdon 1 Apr 2011, 10:44pm

    The site’s also heavily homophobic (referring to all gay porn stars as ‘AIDS diseased fags’).

    1. Jock S. Trap 2 Apr 2011, 7:37am

      Charming.

    2. You beat me to it.
      It is majorly anti-gay, not to mention racist and anti-Semitic.
      (“Yet another fag whore that should die of AIDS”) etc etc

      The whole site is really amateur and thrown together by some rambling idiot that obviously has a bee in his bonnet about the porn industry.

  9. Looks like the Wiki and Anonymous people are Christians. Only Christians would out porno people, the Christians are behind shutting down sex sites and this is one way to do it. Who else would expose porn people? And why? People are leaving the Christian church and the church is trying to stop it.

  10. I think every person featured on the website is called “a pornographic whore, and Hooker”.
    This stinks of religious nutters.

    1. Jock S. Trap 2 Apr 2011, 11:52am

      Wouldn’t put it past them, you know how they love screwing up peoples lives.

  11. Ashlee Kelly 2 Apr 2011, 6:12pm

    I checked it out because I was curious, and was actually quite shocked at how hateful the site is. It’s dangerous in so many ways.

    1. Jock S. Trap 2 Apr 2011, 6:41pm

      Yep, It is nasty!!

  12. The website is actually extremely biphobic. It’s quite clear that their main agenda is to specifically attack bisexual men “crossover performers” who perform in gay and straight porn – and by extension bisexual, queer and shemale/transgender porn and performers – as well as any man who only does straight porn but is bisexual in his personal/private life. They generally refer to these bi men as gays and fags but make no mistakes it is bis they really hate. They blame bisexuals for bringing HIV into straight porn. Their aim is to completely split straight and gay porn into two separate worlds that never the twain do meet.
    You can be sure that at least some of the men behind porn wikileaks are biphobic/homophobic/transphobic straight men who work, or have worked, in the porn industry. The website also carries affiliate links to several adult webmaster programs and it is therefore at least relying in part on porn for its funding.

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