Posted February 28, 2013 9:10 AM by with 13 comments

Diesel Washington is one of the best escorts in the business, and this week he closes out NakedSword’s Hooker Stories with a ripped-from-his-blackbook tale of a spoiled brat (Jayden Ellis) borrowing money from daddy to pay for … a daddy. Diesel gives him all that and more. Clips, gallery and Diesel’s real-life Rentboy profile after the jump …





All that, and a special guest appearance from Leo Forte


Rough Trade (via NakedSword)

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  1. Jay February 28th, 2013 at 1:06 PM

    There’s just something about interracial sex that makes unbelievably horny.


    • mike February 28th, 2013 at 3:58 PM

      Interracial? Last time I checked there was only one race of humans. The fluid meanings we ascribe to melanin content are social ones. “Black,” “White,” “Asian,” etc. are social constructs.


      • Jay February 28th, 2013 at 5:12 PM

        There’s nothing wrong with the words ‘race’ or ‘interracial’. They are widely used in science to refer to ethnically distinct groups of people, and shockingly as it may seem to you, not everyone who uses them is racist. You should use your sharp wit and eloquence to maybe ask our industry to be a little bit more inclusive, instead of passive-aggressively imply someone is racist for making an innocent, positive comment celebrating INTERRACIAL sex.


      • Samuel Worthington February 28th, 2013 at 5:21 PM

        You’re confusing race with species. Race and sex exists. Ethnicity and gender are the social constructs.


      • Andrés February 28th, 2013 at 5:26 PM

        Why are so many people in the US so unbearably obsessed with political correctness?; even when someone admits to loving interracial sex, you guys find that objectionable because they didn’t apparently use the right wording. The funny thing is those PC-obsessed, nelly drama queens, in the end tend to be the most racist and prejudiced themselves.


        • John N. March 1st, 2013 at 5:48 AM

          Thank you, Andres. I couldn’t have said it better myself.


        • Mike March 1st, 2013 at 1:24 PM

          Race and ethnicity are NOT the same thing, although many tend to conflate them. The problem with the term “interracial” (note that no one here is saying “intraracial”)? It reifies the IDEA that various “races” of humans exist when there is only ONE race of our species–the human one. There are no genes that read for “black” or “asian” or “white” etc. There are genes that influence melanin content, eye shape, hair texture, etc. These are the traits in which too many of us think we “see” race. Yes, Jay, many “scientists” and statisticians (see Frederick Hoffman) have no problem using the word interracial because they, like so many of us, are shaped by their racialized experiences, so they let their IDEAS about race influence their works/methodologies. Perhaps we should be asking ourselves how we arrive at categories like “the black race,” “the white race,” etc? What kind of “work” do these categories do in a racialized society? Social stratification anyone? As for ethnicity, yes Sam, it is a social construct just like gender. Yet few seek to trouble these problematic categories because we take them for granted. It may come as a surprise to many that ethnicity as an identity category is fairly recent in human history. Human beings a thousand years ago did not run around calling themselves “African-American,” “Japanese,” etc. Ethnic identity became salient during a time when the old identity categories (black race, white race, asian race, etc.) lost credibility in public discourse. It’s no longer credible for someone to argue that, say, Obama can’t be president “because he’s black.” However, it is credible, sadly, that someone can say Obama can’t be president “because he doesn’t BELONG here” (the fuss about birth origins). Ethnicity is how we articulate racism for the new millennium. Ethnicity implies a spatial and cultural otherness (you belong there, I belong here, you have your culture, I have mine, etc.). Of course these kinds of arguments fail to explore history or they simply mask history. These kinds of arguments also refuse to recognize the fact that human beings have migrated across our home planet since day one. Again, I think it’s important to ask ourselves how ethnicity works to shape our understandings of space and our affinities with other human beings. I recommend reading Robert Miles, Etienne Balibar, Paul Gilroy, and Benedict Anderson.


          • Mike March 1st, 2013 at 2:43 PM

            Thus making this the only gay porn blog where someone recommends reading “Imagined Communities.” My next porno will be titled “THIS SURE AIN’T ORIENTALISM: A XXX PARODY”


      • CTF March 25th, 2013 at 10:03 PM

        Shut up hippe!


  2. Luke March 1st, 2013 at 5:12 AM

    Shut up everyone and talk about how HOT Diesel looks in this video.


  3. Derek Price March 1st, 2013 at 11:15 AM

    Hmm…..I didn’t know Diesel was a bit nelly.


  4. Rex March 14th, 2013 at 12:14 AM

    I love it! I sent him a text just now telling him how funny and hot the trailer was, and how I can’t stop laughing. He’s a real masculine man, so when he puts on the feminine act… I can’t, I just can’t… I’m done! lmao


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