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Monday, February 24, 2014
From: Manhunt Daily
He told us
“I’m currently looking for a boyfriend, and once that happens, I think the porn career’s gonna be gone for good. I’m kind of concentrating on my third career. I retired from my career, and now I’m working with older people that have Alzheimer’s and other health problems. The porn was always just kind of a paid hobby, it was never really a career with me. It’s hard to retire from something that was never really a career to begin with. I’m just moving on to do other things.”
LA-based Derek Anthony is what I guess you would call a silver fox, a fifty-something daddy with a big dick and a real passion for fucking. He’s got wonderfully hairy legs and dramatic tan lines, and if I had any frequent flyer miles saved up, I’d seriously consider flying to LAX just for a chance to have him bend me over. (He’s an active Manhunt member, so feel free to stalk his photos here.)
Derek’s had his share of controversy, though. For one thing, he primarily worked with Treasure Island Media, a company that not only features bareback sex, but also uses it as their primary marketing strategy.
And then he went and shot a three-way scene with a woman, which caused an uproar both among bareback enthusiasts and straight people who worried about straight porn getting tainted by crossover performers. (Which is less homophobic than it sounds: straight porn and gay porn have completely different standards and practices when it comes to HIV testing.)
Though Derek left porn a little over a year ago, he’s recently returned, topping little Armond Rizzo in a recent scene for Jake Cruise.
How’s it going? Are you excited to be back in porn?
I’m doing pretty good. It’s really hot here today, but I’m good. I hadn’t done any shoots for a while, but I just did one for Jake Cruise that’s out now with Armond Rizzo, a real hot little Latino bodybuilder. Really tiny, really cute, really nice. It was a condom scene. People might be shocked that I’m wearing a condom, but as I said, I like being unpredictable. So it’s been a while since I’ve done any bareback porn.
Anything else coming up in the near future?
I have some older stuff that’s been filmed but that, to my knowledge, hasn’t come out yet. They never actually tell me when this stuff is coming out. I always have to wait for other people to see it and tell me.
It’s funny how that happens.
I think most porn now is done so quickly and cheaply that there’s a high turnover in the people that work behind the scenes. It’s just the nature of the business now. Everybody and their mother is doing it. Porn isn’t considered the taboo thing that it used to be. It’s more accepted now that people watch porn. It’s not as underground. The market is so saturated that, in my own opinion, there aren’t really any big porn stars now. When I think of stars, I think of the eighties, men like Jeff Stryker.
It’s weird. The more accepted it gets, the cheaper the production values we expect. Do you think it’s a good thing or a bad thing?
It’s not good or bad. It’s just kind of the way it is. It’s like computers in that it’s a double edged sword. Social skills have certainly gone downhill, but now we have all this information.
Speaking of computers, when you search online for your work, the one scene that got way more attention than the others is the straight one. Was that a one-time thing?
I actually did two. I don’t think the second one ever came out. I was curious about it, since I’d done gay porn for a number of years. It was a new experience, and I just wanted to try something different. But if you go on blogs, you see that some people got so worked up about it. I don’t put so much value into it. It was just a scene. But I didn’t get into porn to go on blogs and read these horrible things that people have to say about you. I got into it to make people feel good and to show that older men can still be sexy.
Do you find that younger men are drawn to you?
Here’s one story. About four years ago, there was an eighteen-year old who lived about an hour from me. He sent me a message, said he was a virgin and that he wanted a porn star to be his first. He was really cute, and I thought, “Well, okay, yeah!” So he drove an hour to see me, and we had a really good time. I talked to him about a year ago, and now he’s a major bottom, so I guess I did the right thing. Just doing my public service for tops everywhere! I’m just kidding, that sounds really egotistical
Yeah. When I talked to Bryan Slater recently, he talked a little bit about getting into porn in his forties, and he said it hadn’t occurred to him that he’d be cast as the daddy in every scene.
You know, I quit dyeing my hair. It’s funny, because I was so afraid of being thought of as a certain age. And I made peace with the daddy thing, which was kind of unnerving at first. Most of my scenes were with people half my age, but you can’t fight city hall and you can’t fight aging. And I’ve never had any Botox or anything. I look in the mirror and sometimes I think I look okay and sometimes I don’t. And I don’t want to look like Liberace. I do get comments from time to time that that’s what people like about me. I was born in 1961, and I’m proud of that. And when guys lie about their age, I always wonder what else they’re hiding. I never lie. Whether people believe me or not is up to them.
I wasn’t asked to do porn until I was 45. But I didn’t do anything in life when I should have. I’m always late. At the same time, so much porn in the world is so youth-oriented, and I thought it was flattering. And, you know, older men can still be thought of as attractive and sexual. That had a lot to do with it.
How did you get involved, anyway?
I was doing quite a bit of nude modeling at the time, and they saw my pictures online. It was Treasure Island, and I didn’t really know much about them when I started. One of my ex-boyfriends told me that they were his favorite company. The people I worked with were all super nice and very well-educated. It broke down a lot of stereotypes that I had about the industry. My scenes were always pretty vanilla, and they knew that I’m not really into extreme stuff. They didn’t force me to do anything that I didn’t want to do.
But Treasure Island strongly emphasizes barebacking…
I knew that would be kind of controversial going into it, but my thing is that the only real safe sex is no sex. I’ve always been a total top, I think that’s probably why I’m negative to this day, combined with the fact that I’ve never done drugs or been an alcoholic. I do use condoms for hookups. I’ve always been about as careful as you could be. I had an ex-boyfriend who was positive. He was always very healthy and we didn’t use condoms. I’ve talked to some HIV counselors, and there are some precautions. I was also tested every 30 days when I was doing porn. And, you know, I got fan mail from guys that said I don’t bareback in my personal life, but I really enjoy watching it.
Do you think fetishizing bareback sex encourages guys to be less safe?
I’ve never been a proponent of telling people what they should be doing. I don’t like being told what to do, and I don’t want to unload that on anyone else. But no, I don’t think watching it is going to make somebody go out and do it unless they wanted to do it anyway. People are adults, they can make up their own minds.
I think they've gotten a little more extreme as the years go on. And again, my scenes were pretty vanilla. I’m not responsible with what else they do, you know? A lot of the fan mail that I’ve gotten says that I’m passionate with the people I’ve connected with, and in my scenes, you can tell that there’s a connection with the other performers. That makes me happy. It’s not like I’m doing it for the money.
I think people hear that I worked for Treasure Island and have a lot of assumptions, but the truth is that even at my busiest, I only did a few shoots a year. Unless somebody’s around me on a daily basis, they don’t know what I’m really like, and a lot of people have had a lot of negative things to say about me. I find it kind of sad. You know, if you have that much time on your hands that you’re letting porn gossip rule your life, I think maybe you need to get another hobby.
I guess it goes with the territory. I can’t do anything about that. But there are enough people that enjoy what I’m doing to make up for the grief that a few give me over it. As I said before, my experience with doing this had been overall 98% positive.
And the other 2%?
The only real time I had problems on set was for one of the cheaper sites, and it wasn't the other performer. The cameraman was really obviously very high on something. And I thought it was a waste of time, that he’d never get usable footage out of what we were doing. But actually the scene turned out fine. That’s really the only kind of interesting story like that I have, so I think I did pretty well for my time in the business.
You keep referring to porn in the past tense. So what’s in store for the future?
I’m currently looking for a boyfriend, and once that happens, I think the porn career’s gonna be gone for good. I’m kind of concentrating on my third career. I retired from my career, and now I’m working with older people that have Alzheimer’s and other health problems. The porn was always just kind of a paid hobby, it was never really a career with me. It’s hard to retire from something that was never really a career to begin with. I’m just moving on to do other things.
I had more sex in my forties and early fifties than I ever did in my twenties or thirties. I used to be very uptight about sex in general, and I had body issues. I was really a complete mess in my twenties. I had more fun in the past ten years than in the first thirty.
It’s never too late. That’s kind of my motto for everything.
From: Manhunt Daily
I originally had Mick Lovell on my short list for the “Get Inside Me Now” countdown, until Bel Ami released a new scene this week where he bottoms for Florian Nemec. Oh, hey! That was a nice reminder that he’s been known to give up his sweet hole for the likes of Jim Kerouac and Phillipe Gaudin.
The visual of Mick’s cum on Kevin Warhol‘s hole continues to linger in my mind, and the facial from their threesome with Gino Mosca was also quite remarkable. Basically, wherever Mick wound up blowing his load, I wound up doing the same shortly afterward. How could you resist a face (and body and everything else) like this?
"Bel Ami‘s Mick Lovell was right on the brink of making our 2012 Flip-Fucker of The Year countdown. In retrospect, we’re not actually sure how he didn’t make the top ten, but let’s not dwell on those entirely unimportant details! All you need to know is that, after catching his latest clip with Phillipe Gaudin, we’re giving him his own Flipping Out post.
This would be a good time to take your dick out of your pants. Just sayin’."
Every Monday through Friday a new Dish of the Day is featured. If you haven't yet voted in last week's Deep Dish Pool Party, choose your three favorite hunks in the sidebar poll here.
Today's Dish is Steve Siler.
From: The Backlot
The first Jody song on the list was the first single from her second album, and like “Looking For A New Love,” it almost hit the top, spending two weeks at #2 in May 1989.
From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
I like Harry Connick Jr, as both a singer and maybe even more so as an actor. So good in Little Man Tate, so adorable in New In Town and so incredibly creepy in the often overlooked thriller Copycat. I also, like many enjoyed his fresh approach on the first couple of weeks of the new season of AI. What began as fresh however, quickly has gone stale. I would say Connick is trying to copy Cowell, but it is clear he is trying to be 'real' putting far too much energy into being witty rather than helpful. His negative shtick and musical terms may be intended to have him look smart, but for me they do just the opposite. I can almost see Connick after the show, back at his hotel room salivating at all of the witty remarks he made. AI needs honesty, Keith Urban actually does a pretty good job with that, and without all of Connick's bravado.
From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
Although I pretty much stuck by my vow to avoid watching the Olympics (except for a couple of cheats with the hockey finals) I was not completely able to avoid the charms of many of the Olympians. At the top of that list are American's Joss Christensen, Nick Goepper and Gus Kenworthy who dominated the Freestyle Skiing Men's Ski Slopestyle. 22 year old Joss, who took the Gold, Nick, who will be 20 next month, the bronze and 22 year old Gus, who won the silver.
Soon after their win, the adorable trio took off on a victory tour which included heading to New York for a promotional blitz of appearances on NBC talk shows including Hoda & Kathie Lee and Late Night With David Letterman. Their smiling faces will also adorn a limited edition box of corn flakes.
|Josh & Nick|
It is not really surprising these three hotties made such a splash. Adorable face, great abs and a 1, 2 3 punch of medals for the US early in the game sweeping their event. It also didn't hurt that Gus garnered so much press early on for his desire to help out the stray puppies living on the streets of Sochi.
And they called it puppy love
Just because we're in our teens
Tell them all, please tell them it isn't fair
To take away my only dream
Gus may be young, but he is not dumb. His model good looks, outgoing personality and love of puppies ensured his pretty face was seen throughout the media, even outlets not specifically covering the games. Kenworthy may not have won the gold, but he did win the award for causing the most buzz on social media, especially over his love of the pups. Some are reporting he may be a bit of a dog himself, but regardless the 22 year old is following through with the red tape and paperwork required to bring several of the pups home to live with he and his mom and several members of his family.
From: The Backlot
Will & Sonny
Days Of Our Lives
Will and Sonny will soon surpass Luke and Noah for the amount of kisses on daytime TV, and some of them have been surprisingly hot, including this one, which heavily features Sonny’s trademark black tank top (which we haven’t seen for a while. Do you think Brent took it as a “souvenir?”)