Gay Porn News: “Dirty” Sanchez Update
A few poor, confused readers commented on last week’s Rod Majors/Matt Sanchez story, suggesting it was hypocritical of us — and the gay community at large — to take him to task just for doing porn and being a Republican. One reader pointed out that he was merely standing up against being harassed which is something we gay people should understand.
Luckily, before I could respond, Matt Sanchez opened his mouth on Alan Colmes’ radio show yesterday and instead of stuffing it with a fat cock in it for once, he exposed what a jackass he is (and a poor liar, to boot).You can listen to the clip here, but in it Sanchez says the porn was from 15 years ago (and wasn’t just gay porn), and although he was an escort, he never “catered” to gay men, nor does he consider himself gay. Further, most of his clients “weren’t gay” and “tons” of them were women, even.
Colmes asks why there was an massage ad in a 2004 issue of the New York Blade with his current phone number and he just flounders. John Aravois of Americablog points out that according to IMDB his last movie was 1999.
Of course, you don’t need to be John Aravois or Alan Colmes to figure out this guy is a big self-hating, lying fag. We gays have a collective memory like an elephant’s … especially when it comes to our ex-tricks. Michael Lucas himself was kind enough to share his Matt Sanchez story with us:
I was first introduced to him when he emailed me and was trolling after me trying to hook up, telling me how big and luscious his cock was and when that didn’t work, how bubbly and juicy his ass was. I politely explained to him that I do not just hook up for fun as I am very busy, and he was welcome to pay me for my escort services even though he was an escort himself.
The first time I met him we were both hired to escort a client, an experience that was so uninteresting that I have forgotten almost all of it so I don’t have any juicy details to share. About 2 or 3 years ago, though, I ran into him at Bowery Bar where he was standing in the middle of the club chatting with some guy. I essentially found myself standing next to him, so naturally I said hello. He looked me up and down and in the nastiest, most arrogant tone replied, “Excuse me, don’t you see that we are talking?” I thought to tell him immediately that I knew they were talking and remind him that we had actually “worked” together, as he was obviously embarrassed for his friend to find out, but I just turned around and left instead.
And he gets around. Esteemed blogger Andy Towle reported on his blog:
… Matthew Sanchez and I met at a gay bar in San Jose, California and went on a few dates in 1989 when I was a graduate student at Stanford. I haven’t seen him since. It was brought to my attention after we had finished dating that he had gone on to do gay adult films but I had no idea he had joined the military and was also holding hands with folks who would be so loath to accept him into their ranks had they any clue to his background.
Now … any more confusion about what makes him a hypocrite?