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Three Guys Make Homophobic Slurs Before they Fuck the Same Dude Bareback

Three Guys Make Homophobic Slurs Before they Fuck the Same Dude Bareback

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This scene was released a couple of weeks ago (I’m a little behind with my posts), and I have noticed comments at other blogs referring to this update from FraternityX called We Got A House-Bitch as being controversial and it’s receiving mixed opinions from everyone. As a proud gay man, I am not fond of homophobia or actions from others that try to make gay men feel any less valued than anyone else in society and there is never an excuse that will make homophobia acceptable, but I want to comment on this update as I present this episode to you.

This update includes four fresh faces (Jon, Stone, Luke and Josh) and the scene starts out with some outdoor footage, which is great, because it adds a different element to the videos that are mostly filmed indoors, but it’s the content of the outdoor footage that’s questionable. Josh is walking along the footpath, when the three guys drive past him, where verbal exchanges take place and we learn that the guys don’t like being told off by Josh. They call Josh a faggot then chase him and hold him down, before putting him in the car and taking him back to their place where they teach him a lesson for badmouthing them.

It’s the homophobic slurs and aggressive nature of restraining Josh and putting him in the closet before fucking him that is causing the most outrage, which is fair enough, but the thing is, the guys in this video (Jon, Stone and Luke) might refer to Josh as a faggot, but they are still comfortable enough to slide their naked dicks inside his ass, so to me, this is the point where the homophobia directed at Josh gets put more into perspective. The scenes at FraternityX have a scripted structure where the guys agree to what happens and this is what makes them compliant with the law, otherwise the content could at times be considered criminal if what happens actually took place outside the filming environment in a situation where consent had not been given by each of the participants.

If a guy refers to another guy in a homophobic way, but is happy to have his dick sucked by the guy and is comfortable enough putting his dick inside his ass and participate in a homosexual act, then his actions speak for how he really feels inside and what he truly desires, but this of course never makes it acceptable. If this happened in reality, it would be very concerning. Hopefully others will just see this scene as a porn plot to show the bros barebacking another bro and making up excuses to stick their dicks inside his ass to fuck him and not take what happens as being acceptable in the real world, because then this would be concerning. Discussing this plot could fill multiple pages if I analyzed it deeper, because what unfolds is not just simple, it can become complicated and each of us may look at what happens a little differently, which is totally fine, especially if some of us have been subjected to homophobia.

On a personal note, I was subjected to homophobia in high school by someone who ended up being gay himself. He would throw my backpack on the roof of the school building, he once kicked me in the back of my neck when I was sitting down before class (this really hurts by the way – there are so many sensitive nerves in your neck), plus he did other stuff and even created a “gay name” for me, but he never fucked me or wanted me to suck his dick. This was just one guy and there were others in high school who would make homophobic slurs, so I can totally relate to homophobia on a personal level. I don’t like it, but I know how the scenes from FraternityX are styled and they are designed to make it seem like the guys are straight and just doing gay things when they think of an excuse which they think is valid.

When it comes to the action in a scene that can be considered as sensitive as this one, I focus on the sex itself and not the fact that the guys tie Josh up and dominate him by making him their fuck toy, because the guys rough fucking him are just doing it to make the scene seem like an authentic straight dude fucking gay dude scene. On a side-note, something that we will likely expect is seeing the guys who made the homophobic slurs taking raw dicks and cum inside their asses in future updates, so if you are angry about their actions in this scene, just wait until you see them getting pounded by the other guys and it will be interesting to see what excuses are laid out to make it seem like a hole is just another hole.

Jon, Stone, Luke and Josh - FraternityX
Jon, Stone, Luke and Josh - FraternityX
Jon, Stone, Luke and Josh - FraternityX
Jon, Stone, Luke and Josh - FraternityX
Jon, Stone, Luke and Josh - FraternityX
Jon, Stone, Luke and Josh - FraternityX

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2 Comments

  1. Joseph
    November 15, 2015 at 1:17 pm
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    Hello-
    two comments-

    1. in high school i was never subjected to gay slurs, other guys picking on me etc….. for a very good reason- i’ve been 6’3″ as long as i can remember so anyone would have to be an idiot to pick on me for whatever reason.

    2. i am not trying to negate someone’s reaction to this video but really are people kidding? as anyone knows the scenes on FX are all scripted, set up, planned ahead of time etc……. so if people are reacting negatively to the set up of the video then they’d have the same reaction to 75% of the movies that come out every year. if you will remember say 2 years ago? people had a mixed reaction to the FX video where Matthew Keading plays a freshman pledge you gets ruffied passes out and then gets gangbanged and bred by three seniors in the house. i quite frankly was shocked that people reacted to the video as if Matthew Keading himself had actually ruffied and gangraped. didn’t people watching the video realize that it was simply the script , set up etc…..for the scene? as you say with the scene above if what we are seeing was real it would be a criminal act to post the video online. again i am rather amazed at how people react to the script, set up etc… of a scene as if it was really happening.

    3. i abhor actual leather, bondage, s&m stuff in gay videos even if its been agreed to by the models involved. on the other hand since as i said whatever happens in an FX video is scripted, set up etc…… i find the rough talk/sex a turn on.

    • Brad Berrigan
      November 15, 2015 at 3:17 pm

      Hey Joseph, I appreciate your comments regarding this scene and I’m happy to reply to your points:

      1. It’s great that you were never subjected to gay slurs in high school. Unfortunately it seems to be commonplace for gay students to be subjected to homophobia, especially with bullying and people trying to impress others.

      2. I think that most people understand that the scenes at FraternityX are scripted, but I am conscious that based on how real they look, this may be enough to trigger a response in a person who may have been abused in their personal life. We all come from different backgrounds and situations and as a result we do not usually know whether a person has been abused or raped unless they make this known, so scenes like the ones featured at FraternityX could possibly trigger emotions based on the realism and bring back memories, so that’s what I am cautious about how I present these scenes here. I have received feedback from this in the past by one person who told me that he was raped, so it’s definitely an issue for some people and I respect that.

      3. I’m also not into S&M or bondage. I know some guys are into it, which is why I sometimes include leather and similar content here, but personally I’m not into it.

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