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‘Hung’ star Thomas Jane says he was a gay prostitute

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  1. Clever, handsome and honest. Hats off.

  2. Sounds like he ought to star in his own autobiographical porn movie. I bet his punters paid a lot and I bet he looks good with his kit off.

  3. Happens all the time….

  4. very refreshing to hear from someone who still has a career in the states to think of! …bet he cost more than a sandwich mind!

  5. D’you mean ‘bisexual’ prostitute?

  6. Bless. How wonderful you imagine anyone cares. (BTW “catastrophe ballet” is inspired. Do you think the RB might do it one day?)

  7. A man (boy) has to do what a man (boy) has to do to make it in this world, I am not surprised there are not more boys doing it in these hard times;)

  8. Robert White 6 Oct 2011, 12:14am

    Then, by your argument, being gay is a god-given, and therefore natural trait. So trying to be other than the gay person you are is to go against god’s will…

    You cannot have it both ways.

  9. Robert White 6 Oct 2011, 12:18am

    You don’t have to try both too chose. Most people have no choice. Only the few have a choice because “both options” work for them.

    Part of what is so insidious about this whole thing is that the reasonably bisexual are often used as examples of “curing gayness” because they do have a choice, or rather two choices, one to limit themselves to a subset of their sexuality, and the other to select the “straight” option.

    1. jonnielondon 6 Oct 2011, 2:14am

      I agree with Robert White. For me and many others there is no choice. I’m totally gay. For others; totally straight. Those who have a choice find themselves on the spectrum between straight and gay. Kinsey’s report on male sexuality indicates that 37-46% of males are bi. If offered a choice, it would seem easiest to accept society’s most acceptable one. What would you choose if offered a choice? What would you choose if you had none?

      1. Can a bisexual really chose who he/she falls in love with?

        1. Nawal Husnoo 6 Oct 2011, 6:33am

          [Gay Agenda, 4:24]
          A much rarer, but completely honest answer to the question of when they chose to be heterosexual, is that they did experience homosexual urges “in the past”, but they “were able to avoid giving in to sin” and instead “chose the heterosexual lifestyle”. In reality, these people are either gay and managed to repress their most basic need for real love by brainwashing themselves through religious means or coercive persuasion, or, as is much more common, they are in fact bisexual. In this case, they are easily able to find a person of opposite sex with whom the idea of having sexual relations doesn’t cause absolute revulsion.

          (http://www.gayagendabook.com/gayagenda.html#4_24)

        2. Yes, simply because allowing oneself to fall in love is a choice itself…unless you give credence to “love at first sight”.

      2. Please stop assuming that who we sleep with confirms our sexuality. I’ve slept with enough women (and have kids to prove it) to know I am 100% Gay) Its not what I do with my dick that makes me Gay, it is the fact that I can LOVE a man.

        1. Jock S. Trap 7 Oct 2011, 8:47am

          Excellent comment, Shane!!

  10. What are your views on democracy then?

    1. Jock S. Trap 6 Oct 2011, 9:36am

      Hang on for more copying and pasting on being told what to think on the subject.

      So boring isn’t it, so limiting and by their own reckoning God gave them brains….lol not that you’d think it.

  11. radical53 6 Oct 2011, 3:16am

    Envious of any guys who have been with him in the past.

    Just wonder, ” is He hung”

    We can only dream!!

  12. Carl Rowlands 6 Oct 2011, 4:47am

    Dear me – the time you spent typing that tripe up – you need a night out chuck!

  13. Nawal Husnoo 6 Oct 2011, 6:29am

    [Gay Agenda, 4:5] Even if you want to believe the literal word from modern translations that condemn love between gay males, you would have to be utterly childish to expect civil law that regulate the actions of consensual adults to be made according to your whims. Not everybody is religious, nor is every religious person misguided enough to cherry pick which verses to interpret literally and which verses to ignore [Gay Agenda, 4:1] when it suits them. Further, it should be noted that, even if Type I and III homophobes [Gay Agenda, 2:7; Gay Agenda, 2:11] tend to be obsessed with anal sex, lesbian couples are not covered by this particular and arbitrary prejudice. Moreover, many heterosexual couples do engage in anal sex, while many gay male couples do not.

    (http://www.gayagendabook.com/gayagenda.html#4_5)

    1. kim in berlin 6 Oct 2011, 6:35am

      for someone that is obviously anti gay, the author seems to spend a lot of time at gay news sites … i wonder why?

    2. Just fak off back to your shop front church full of poison and bile.

    3. Jock S. Trap 6 Oct 2011, 9:37am

      Oh dear…lol

  14. I chose to be a heterosexual guy

    That could have been a lot better phrased.

    1. Thats exactly what I thought.

      He seems more like a narcisist, goodlooking but not attractive he’s a bigot who thinks we chose our sexuality

      1. I wasn’t impressed with his statement and I would argue whether he really was cosmopolitan and tried before deciding, or whether he was acting out of financial necessity which is hardly the same as choice. Take out the prostitute angle and he is a bi guy who is very straight leaning. Add in the coercion of money and poverty and he is arguably just a victim. And I certainly don’t need to try sex with men to see if I like it or not! It does not compute to me and never has. My only choice is to have lived an authentic life.

  15. If heaven if going to be full of cnuts like you I will glady go to hell

    1. Jock S. Trap 6 Oct 2011, 9:39am

      It wouldn’t be coz they spend most of their time making life on Earth hell for the rest of us.

  16. We laugh at the christians idiots but remember that gay people still commit suicide and it is the most common cause of death for men under 35. These people are dangerous

  17. Jock S. Trap 6 Oct 2011, 9:31am

    Nothing to be ashamed of, hats off to him for opening up about this.

  18. Jock S. Trap 6 Oct 2011, 9:34am

    So your only copy and paste what your told to say, think.. How boring.

    Give me my life anyday. I think for myself do for mysels and others. I also live my life at ease and peace with myself.

    Think that beats your claim hands down. Jealous much?

    you so shallow.

  19. Jock S. Trap 6 Oct 2011, 9:34am

    Poor Keith.

  20. Luv his mom’s comment: ‘”Until you’ve tasted the food, you don’t know whether you’ll like it or not, as my mom always said’
    …and for all u negative gits… just how many ways are there to say i was gay for pay???

  21. um… you cant judge. According to the bible, only god can judge the people… are you god? … no, didnt think so. Keep your homophobic opinions to yourself!

  22. @Chiva
    .
    How about worshipping God !!!, rather than a Racist, Misygonist and Homophobic book?

  23. Prostitution is legal in NZ so more sex workers are open about the split between what they do for money and who they are as people. There’s no such thing as gay prostitution. Some sex workers have sex for money with the same gender, some with different gender, some with both. Plenty of lesbian prostitutes have sex with male clients. Some straight male clients will try sex with another man if it’s cheaper or there are no woman available or they’re curious. With an oral service they may not care.

    Pink News shouldn’t be so coy. He didn’t “sleep” with men and women for money, he had sex with them!

    1. SteveDenver 9 Oct 2011, 7:25pm

      I was unaware that sex work is legal in NZ. I think I’m planning my next trip to the land of the Kiwis!

  24. Jock S. Trap 7 Oct 2011, 8:46am

    As per usual, no relevence to the subject of the story.

  25. He didn’t work as a gay prostitute, he worked as a bisexual prostitute, get it right!

  26. SteveDenver 9 Oct 2011, 7:23pm

    Thomas is sexy now, was screaming hot 10 years ago, I can only imagine he was a showstopper in his 20s.

    My favorite comment on this topic, on another thread is: “I feel like when I discover something amazing on eBay, but the auction has ended.”

  27. Mommie Dammit 8 Nov 2011, 12:47pm

    “It’s not a choice until you’re open enough…” It’s not a choice period. 30 years later and you’re still apologizing and making excuses for what fear, homelessness, hunger and desperation forced you into doing to survive. Smells to me like you’re still harboring your own issues with your past, pal. Get some therapy, and get some education. There is only one choice when you’re LGBT: live your life, or live a lie.

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