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COCKYBOYS DIRECTOR FIRES BACK AT JETT BLACK PORN ‘HYPOCRITES’

Jett Black and Levi Karter

“They are proud of their work. They are not shrinking violets and, like many artists, they demand to be heard … I am proud that Jett has taken a stand against the Entertainment Hypocrisy Complex.”

— Cockyboys director Jake Jaxson on the exclusive Jett Black’s refusal to be shamed by the Royal Ballet. The full quote — and the scenes that got Black into so much trouble — after the jump …

“I think Jett is like many of the other performers we work with. They are proud of their work. They are not shrinking violets and, like many artists, they demand to be heard and I intend to keep building a platform that supports and respects the young men in that endeavor. I think we all welcome the “art versus porn” conversation, and I am proud that Jett has taken a stand against the Entertainment Hypocrisy Complex.”

“Our society glorifies violence and destruction, horror films featuring torture and mutilation of the worst kind, and it’s marketed to teenagers as well as popular music flooding young minds, mixing images of sex, drugs, and religion in very perverse ways. And this is all somehow acceptable, yet sexual depictions between consenting adults for adults is bad, evil, and morally unacceptable or a “dead end” for anyone who chooses to make it their profession? Not if I can do anything about it.”

Jett Black and Levi Karter

 

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11 Responses to “COCKYBOYS DIRECTOR FIRES BACK AT JETT BLACK PORN ‘HYPOCRITES’”

  1. Richard says:

    Wow, this is really being milked for maximum publicity, isn’t it! Speaking of milk, please give the models some milk (whole, not low-fat) and a few sandwiches.

  2. Jay says:

    I agree with most of the points he is making, but the fact that half of these guys won’t admit they are gay/bi and choose to hide behind the ‘gay-for-pay’ nonsense makes me lose a whole lot of respect for them. How can you demand others accept you when you won’t even accept yourself.

  3. Peter E says:

    I completely agree with Jake Jaxson. I know people who will watch the most violent entertainment imaginable yet can’t tolerate anything sexual. It’s a cultural phenomenon, of course, based on the arrogance of religion. I would rather count among my acquaintances a man who has performed in gayporn, and who is proud of his work, than any republican screaming about gay marriage or abortion. The pornstar has more integrity.

  4. alex says:

    Last I checked, “Swan Lake” didn’t involve torture or mutilation. His argument fails because classical ballet is not “marketed to teenagers” and it does not involve “mixing images of sex, drugs, and religion in very perverse ways”.

    Perhaps his statement would apply if the actor had been fired from a job on a run-of-the-mill TV cop show where someone dies each week. Or, fired from a radio station that plays anything other than gospel.

    That said, I’m not saying he should have been fired. But, if Jake Jaxson was smart he would have compared the physicality and sexual overtones often inherent in dance with what he creates. Admittedly, I’ve never seen the Royal Winnipeg Ballet. But, I’ve seen some very steamy dance pieces from various world-renowned dance companies.

    Ranting about torture makes you seem a little unhinged. Pointing out the fact that (some) dance pieces are only a few degrees from real sex is how you illustrate the hypocrisy.

    • LoveRimmingAss says:

      I don’t think that the torture/violence point is being made to compare it to any ballet. If Jett had appeared in “Saw 3″ or “Texas Chansaw Massacre” would there be an uproar? I doubt it. But it’s porn.

  5. Aramis says:

    Porn is ‘morally unacceptable’ because in comercial/artistic films sex and violence are part of the plot. They help to tell the main story. In porn sex is the plot, is the ‘ main story’.

    • Hector says:

      How does making sex the story make it inherently immoral?

      • Aramis says:

        Comercial/artistic films show more than a fuck. Porn is here to arouse people in order to make money. It’s not a subgenre ( there isn’t real actors in porn ) it’s a business ( like prostitution ). Like in a roman circus porn debases and vilifies the human being and its natural instincts to the enjoyment of others. And at last: Sex is supposed to be given for free ( in porn people are payed to make sex. )

  6. Timothy Johnson says:

    Girl, calm down you are making porn not some independent film for Sundance. Not really a fan of most of the Cocky Boys stuff.. Hipster Twinks ain’t my thing..

  7. Stephen says:

    If Jake is so proud why did he just fore poor Jett from CockyBoys?

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