DID THIS SCENE TURN CHRISTIAN WILDE GAY?

Posted April 2, 2013 8:05 AM by with 14 comments

Late last week, we got word that Christian Wilde had finally bottomed — for NakedSword, natch — in the upcoming season of Golden Gate. Which makes his latest scene for Men.com’s Straight-to-Gay series not only hot, but prescient.

How it went down, after the jump

Was it Brandon Lewis’ enthusiasm that turned the tide? Or perhaps it was from that awkward happy hour at The Gay Office? Max Ryder’s incredible sales job? The shenanigans on the Grindhouse set last summer?

MORE: Straight to Gay: Christian Wilde

Mike

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14 responses to DID THIS SCENE TURN CHRISTIAN WILDE GAY?

  1. Jay April 2nd, 2013 at 9:18 AM

    So, bottomming=gay, topping=straight??. Any man who willingly engages in sex with another man is either gay or bi, simple as that. I find it amusing how all these ‘gay-for-payers’ claim they don’t like ‘labels’, but then go ahead and call themselves straight, gay-for-pay, curious, yada yada. They don’t have a problem with labels, they have a problem with being called gay. The only people buying this BS are some delusional fans and these guys’ equally delusional, low self-esteemed,(and have you noticed? always) less than average looking girlfriends/wives.

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    • Hector April 2nd, 2013 at 6:19 PM

      While I agree with your assessment of gay-4-payers being bi or gay, and that what they hate is being labelled gay, not labels themselves, but I must admit to being a bit turned off by your attack on their girlfriends. That’s the kind of talk that makes so many hate being labelled gay, the snarky, bitchy judgments based on nothing. The idea that a hot guy cannot possibly love a girl because she is not Jenna Jameson hot makes me think maybe you are the one with the serious self esteem issues, seeing as you tie emotional connections to outward appearance so tightly.

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      • David April 2nd, 2013 at 9:30 PM

        Whine on, Hector!

        While we’re playing let’s assess people’s emotional state based on a few lines of text on a message board, shall we assume you’re hideous…fat…don’t get much… all of the above… yes? Could that be the reason you need to get all up in Jay’s Kool-aid over an innocent remark?

        Oh, and the second half of your last sentence is poorly worded; so I guess we should add uneducated to your catalog of shortcomings.

        But what do I know, I’m just one of those self-labeled gays making “snarky, bitchy judgments based on nothing” (nothing except what I see written here – you know – like you did to Jay).

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      • Jay April 3rd, 2013 at 10:36 AM

        Yeah, I’ve heard that one before. Gay men speaking up their mind are ‘snarky and bitchy’, just like strong-minded women are ‘bitches’. Being assertive is a right reserved for heterosexual men, obviously. It’s not my outspoken nature which keeps these men in ridiculous denial; it’s the inferiority complex of gay men like you, Hector, your apologizing and shame on being gay, your generalizing on all gay people based on a comment. And by the way, YES, all of these women are obviously delusional, low self esteemed and less than average looking.

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    • franklin April 3rd, 2013 at 2:19 AM

      You have an extreme lack of knowledge of how porn is actually made, and frankly your hostility towards gay4pay actors shows a real self-loathing on your part. You make all sorts of accusations and judgments without a shred of proof.

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  2. Christian Wilde April 3rd, 2013 at 1:11 AM

    Alright you got me. I’m gay. :-)

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    • jason April 6th, 2013 at 4:23 PM

      Christian, I’d rather that you be honest and just be who you are and say who you are. Any other approach does and injustice to you and your fans.

      I don’t care if you are gay, str8, bi or g4p.

      All I know is that you are one gorgeous man. :)

      Jason

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  3. Patrick April 4th, 2013 at 6:06 AM

    Top and bottom are LABELS. Just like gay, bi, straight, and gay-for-pay are LABELS. Maybe people find safety in LABELS, a way of defining others and themselves. In the end pornography is just people fucking on camera for our entertainment. I’m happy with that. (Versatile is a good LABEL, don’t you think?)

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  4. Pygar April 4th, 2013 at 1:12 PM

    Wait, when did Trevor Knight become gay?

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  5. Joe April 4th, 2013 at 3:20 PM

    I like labels. Let’s me (and you) know what I’m (and you what you’re) getting into.People who say they don’t just don’t like the label they’re given. I’m male. I’m gay. I’m a top. I’ve tried bottoming plenty of times, don’t like it, never plan to do it again. If I fall in love will I try it again? Yes. Does that make me NOT a top? OK. Would be proud to say I’m vers but just don’t see it happening. Would love to BE vers but just don’t see it happening. Hot in theory, don’t care for it in practice.

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    • David April 5th, 2013 at 4:50 PM

      Thank you, Joe for NOT being one of these whiny bitches griping about “labels.” Labels exist, deal with it!

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  6. christian wilde April 7th, 2013 at 11:51 PM

    My previous comment was a joke. I think it’s awfully funny how people make up assumptions about a person based upon what they read on blogs or see them do on film. I find it mildly ignorant. Not to be offensive, but I personally try not to assume I know anything about a person without them telling me themselves. That being said, I don’t have any issues with labels. I think it helps give people a sense of belonging, individuality, security… all kinds of wonderful things. I personally don’t like using a label for myself because I feel that my sexuality tends to be constantly shifting and flowing within me. And I like it a lot. I like men, woman, transexuals, cross dressers, and everything in between. However to ease tension and go with the conversation, to put it simply, I guess I’m bi.
    Love you guys!
    P.s. I really hate this scene. My hair is atrocious. Hahahaha. If you wanna see some good stuff pop over to Naked Sword. :-)

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  7. Luke April 14th, 2013 at 12:44 PM

    Anyone who has sex with another guy is gay or at least bi. I do not believe in gay4pay, straight that have needs so they accept to have sex with guys… I do not believe that. In a porn video I accept but if you want to have sex with me in real life, you must admit that you are gay or bi… or you get someone else.

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    • James September 19th, 2013 at 6:58 AM

      Why does everyone care about labels so much? Fuck it’s gay porn, all we need to know is that guys get on with other guys. The only reasonable labels in gay porn would be any personal fetishes or preferences. A bottom is someone who bottoms 80% or more, the top is 80% giving it. How many men care that most women in lesbian porn usually are not lesbians and may not even be sexually attracted to women? THEY KNOW and just watch it for face value. Shame on you people! Show some respect and stop being petty bitches! An adult can do what they whatever they want sexually. I mean I’ve had sex with guys who claim to have been curious, one of those guys came back for more five times! I still would never label him as gay, maybe not even bi (in a romantic sense) since I knew he was attracted to women. This discussion is irrelevant.
      Good job porn actors. It can be very awkward going into the business even as an out gay man, it can be more awkward for straight guys especially when everyone is labeling you. Christian Wilde is hot.

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