Sunday, December 26, 2010

RIP Lady T


Hey everyone,

I am so sad to hear R&B legend Teena Marie has passed away. THE HUFFINGTON POST REPORTS

This is terrible! I LOVED her singing and music and count her as one of my all time favorites. Words can't not describe her loss. I am not a religious person, but my prayers go out to her family and close ones. We've lost and icon.

Listen to one of my favorite songs she ever recorded. It's Rick James & Teena singing "Fire and Desire". Baby making music at It's BEST! I encourage you to hop on YouTube and listen to her songs if you don't know her work.

Monday, December 20, 2010

Wolf Hudson's Sinderella Envy


Hey everyone,

Sweet Sinner revisits one of the most romantic fables of all time, adding raw sex, passion and explosive orgasms to the classic fairy tale in "Sinderella & Me". VIEW TRAILER BELOW.

Allie Haze plays the gorgeous servant daughter whose evil step-mother (Darla Crane) and ugly stepsisters (Dylan Ryan and Jiz Lee) are determined to keep her away from rich bachelor Manuel's 30th birthday bash. When servant boy Wolf Hudson steps in to help the lovely Sinderella, the stepsisters decide to punish him by forcing the hot young stud into a scorching three-way. Fairy godmother DeLUXE comes to the rescue, and Sinderella heads to the ball where she and Manuel fall in love at first sight. But what dirty little secrets do Manuel and Darla share, and how will the evil MILF use them to get her way with the "charming" Manuel? A surprising plot twist carries you along to a happy ending even better than an orgasm -- but you'll have plenty of those, too. Starring Allie Haze, Manuel Ferrara, Jiz Lee, Dylan Ryan, Darla Crane and me... Wolf Hudson. Screenplay and directed by Nica Noelle.




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Joy Ride With James Brown & Nipples

Hey everyone,

Why I do these thing, I have no clue. Check out this video of porn star and good friend Annie Cruz and myself lip syncing to James Brown's "I Feel Good" while driving down North Hollywood, CA. Yeah... dorks right? LOL Enjoy




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Thursday, December 16, 2010

My Gay Cats Getting It On To Sade

Hey everyone,

I'm really gonna regret posting this, but here are my gay cats getting it on to Sade... just like daddy Wolfie. LOL

What had happened was... I honest to god was listening to Sade's "Somebody Already Broke My Heart" and all of a sudden I hear a "MEOW!". I turned to my left and there is "Topper" mounting "Gabriel". I probably gonna go to hell for shooting it, but i thought it was hilarious! LOL

Umm... enjoy? LMAO



I briefly mention how I like to get it on to Sade as well in this recent interview for QueerPorn.TV.



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Friday, December 10, 2010

MORE Porn Stars Serenade Wolf Hudson

Hey everyone,

What started as a silly joke between performer Danny Wylde and myself (Rocco Reed egged it on), the result was a YouTube video called Serenade to Wolf Hudson. This spawned a couple of covers from performers Jiz Lee, Dana DeArmond and Mickey Mod. CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIDEOS

The time has come for more porn peeps to get involved in these crazy shenanigans. Kink.com performers Iona Grace (left), Pony and Gia DiMarco. Geez... I can feel the love and it warms my heart to know there are people thinking of me and are expressing it through this wonderful *cough* song. Thank you ladies! MUAH!



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Wolf Hudson
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Thursday, December 9, 2010

10,000 Followers Later And I Busted A Nut

Hey everyone,

Last night I reached the magic 10,000 followers on Twitter. It took a little over a year to get there, but I am completely thrilled! I am a known Twitter addict and I not ashamed of admitting that... not one bit.

To help celebrate the moment, I told everyone if I reached that magic number, I would cum all over them. Well... all over the computer, but over the number 10,000. Don't believe me? Watch me do it in the clip below.

Thank you to all of you who helped me get there and I always welcome new followers. If you're not on Twitter, I suggest you jump on the band wagon and read my filty tweets. ;-)



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Wolf Hudson
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I Fucked A Queer Dudes Pussy And I Liked It

Hey everyone,

Check out this new scene I shot in San Francisco for the brand new online studio QueerPorn.TV, founded by Tina Horn & Courtney Trouble. (WATCH TRAILER BELOW)

Sexy trans-boy James Darling and I just can’t seem to stop being dirty no matter how much time we spend in the bathtub! Under natural skylight sunshine we give each other sloppy head. I eat James’ adorable ass and penetrate the horny boy’s hole with my huge cock. James cums hard riding my tireless dick, and keeps cumming back for more. And while it’s insanely dirty, there’s a sweetness that saturates this broad-daylight fuck fest. Stay tuned for Part Two where I shoot all over James’ ass. CLICK HERE TO WATCH FULL SCENE

I had such a great time shooting with James. He is a hot fucker and we had really fantastic chemistry. I’ve been intrigued by FTMs for quite some time and find them fascinating, so I was excited to make this happen with James. :-)

VIEW THE TRAILER HERE



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Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Wolf Will Post STD Results Once A Month

Hey everyone,

I usually post my STD test result on my Twitter account every now and then, but now I am going to get into the habit of posting directly on my blog. Since the recent "HIV Outbreak" rocked the industry this past October when a "crossover" straight/gay performer tested positive, guys like me have come under fire and even blacklisted in some shape or form.

So I felt compelled to show the industry and the whole world that I am one clean bastard and will continue to be this way until the day I die an old man. I get tested through AIMl (the main adult industry clinic) once and sometimes twice a month in order to continue working.

NOTE: My real name and other personal information have been blurred for my protection.


Best regards,
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Monday, December 6, 2010

Wicked Announces ‘The Rocki Whore Picture Show’ Cast


Hey guys,

Although not available in the press release, I am making my first voiceover as "Dr. Frank-N-Furter" in Wicked Pictures "The Rocki Whore Picture Show" porn parody. My voice will be featured in all of "Frank-N-Furter's" musical scores, including the films soundtrack. Along with that I will make a non-sexual cameo as a "Transilvanian" and will be featured in the behind the scenes footage for the film.

This is very exciting and I'm very happy that both the director Brad Armstrong and Wicked are generous enough to give me an opportunity in this amazing project. Thank you for the support!

I kinda feel like James Earl Jones playing "Darth Vader" in "Star Wars". Good times! :-)

Here is the original press release provided by AVN Magazine (ClICK HERE):

LOS ANGELES—Wicked Pictures has announced the cast of its anticipated parody of The Rocky Horror Picture Show its dubbed The Rocki Whore Picture Show. The announcement was made at the Nuart Theater, a cinema that is famous in Los Angeles for screening the original film every Saturday night at midnight.

As filmgoers at the Nuart learned firsthand, actor Mac Turner has landed the coveted lead role of Frank, the deviously flamboyant pansexual scientist from Transsexual, Transylvania. Rocco Reed plays the role of Brad, a sweet but reluctant hero. Wicked Girl Jessica Drake plays his well-meaning but naïve fiancé.

Rounding out the cast is Frank’s macabre minion Stiff Staff played by Randy Spears and his sister, Vagina, will be portrayed by Nicki Hunter. Wicked Girl Alektra Blue plays Euphoria, a groupie and Frank’s lover, while Frank’s Amazonion creation, Rocki, is personified by Puma Swede.

In a fun twist new to the porn parody, Wicked Girl Kaylani Lei teams up with Annie Cruz to originate the roles of Mona and Lisa.

James Bartholet plays the Pornologist, Ron Jeremy appears as TP Scott and director Brad Armstrong takes on the role of Freddie.

As a special treat for Rocky Horror fans, Wicked released exclusive behind-the-scenes audition footage featuring Drake, Blue, Turner and others last night at midnight. The clip can now be seen on Wicked Pictures’ YouTube channel located at YouTube.com/WickedPicturesLive.



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Wolf Hudson
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Saturday, December 4, 2010

My Friend Makes Woman Moan At My Loft

Hey guys,

Check out this video of my friend fucking some woman at my crib. The girl was moan soo hard and loud, I just HAD to record it. LOL



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Wolf Hudson
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Wednesday, December 1, 2010

AVN Awards: Driller, Hudson Break Porn Barriers

Hey everyone,

Story taken from Gay Porn Times -

The AVN Media Network announced its 24,756 nominees in 317 categories for the 2011 AVN Awards last week. Our coverage of the trans nominees is coming up—cheers to ardent GPTimes supporter Wendy Williams—but I want to make sure two bits of important news are not overlooked. A barrier was shattered last week when Ryan Driller and Wolf Hudson earned AVN nods—Mr. Driller is known to all-male adult entertainment as Jeremy Bilding and he was nominated for Best Non-Sex Performance (AWAKENING TO LOVE from New Sensations) and Best Male Newcomer. Mr. Hudson is among the nominees for Best Group Sex Scene (AN OPEN INVITATION: A REAL SWINGER’S PARTY IN SAN FRANCISCO from Kink.com). Mr. Driller is also the lead stud in the big-budget erotic spoof SUPERMAN XXX: A PORN PARODY from straight-porn colossus Vivid Entertainment and A-list director Axel Braun. Folks, this is a big muthafuckin’ deal—two male crossover performers won nominations from the very hetero AVN Awards, the Oscars of the porn world. You’ll notice these are the same people who give out trophies in the trans categories at their straight show. When hetero porn briefly shut down due to last summer’s HIV scare, it was male crossover models who bore an undue amount of homophobic ridicule. The crisis exposed fissures of ignorance and fear that still exist on both sides of the fence. So to have Messrs. Driller and Hudson overcome that bias to earn AVN Awards citations is a real testament to their popularity and appeal. CLICK HERE for Mr. Driller’s Twitter feed and CLICK HERE for Mr. Hudson’s profile.



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Sucking Cock or Brushing Teeth?

Hey everyone,

Check out my best friend Rob sucking cock... errr brushing his teeth during my recent trip back to New York City. You be the judge and decide if this is funny. LOL ;-)



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Wolf Hudson
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Saturday, November 20, 2010

Serenade to Wolf Hudson? Say WHAT?

Hey guys,

I have no idea really have no idea what to say to this. Performer Danny Wylde sang in the car one night this wonderful song that he had just made up for me, of all people. I told him to share his wonderful gift with the world and put it on YouTube where it belongs. Sure enough he did and MY GOD! Umm... Grammys, HELLO! Take a gander with the clip below called "Serenade to Wolf Hudson".


Awesome right? Well, It's about to take a new level of awesomeness when you see performer Jiz Lee's cover of a "Serenade to Wolf Hudson". This is getting out of control! LMAO Will there be another performer out there willing to create something as sublime and these two exciting people just did? I LOVE me some hot messes!


LMFAO UPDATE:

And here we have Dana DeArmond and Mickey Mod's rendition of "Serenade to Wolf Hudson".



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Wolf Hudson
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Sunday, November 14, 2010

Monday, November 8, 2010

A Daring Woman Shoots With A 'High Risk' Performer

Hey everyone,

By now most of you already know that I am always pushing the envelope and never afraid to show my face in a genre of porn. I know the consequences of my actions and for most people, It's hard for them to comprehend how I can do it. I won't lie, It's not easy what I do and being a man who does both gay and straight porn leaves to the door open for people behind a computer to have the "balls" to say things about me that they would NEVER have the "balls" to say to my face. I am fine with that, because at the end of the day a persons opinion is their opinion and has nothing to do with me. But I on the other hand have the ability to either accept someone's thought resinate in me or not and ultimately I only let positivity flow through me. The rest has no effect in me, because it has nothing to do with me and these people have no clue who I am or what I'm about.

Recently, the straight porn industry had an HIV "outbreak" which apparently came from a gay/straight "crossover" performer. This opened the flood gates of homophobia to run wild in the industry and I personally got involved in debating those who would dare say anything disgusting about people like me. BTW... when someone is very homophobic, it is my belief that they are closeted queens. PERIOD! The more you say to hate gays, the more they take it up the ass and a possible size queen. So instead of being called a "crossover" performer, I've now been labeled a "high risk" performer, but you know what? I am damn proud of that title, cause this word is coming from a state of ignorance and bigotry that only empowers me and lets me know that I am not the problem... THEY are. If where condoms in gay porn makes me "high risk", then ladies and gentlemen, my name is Wolf Hudson and I am a "high risk" performer. There I said it!

The after man of this whole thing is that I am now blacklisted in the straight porn industry. There are studios that won't hire me, girls that won't shoot with me and even agents who won't allow to shoot their girls to book with me, particularly a very prominent "tranny chasing" hypocrite agent who is starting this campaign (like a closeted Republican politician out to stop that gays from getting married)."Sweetie, come out of the closet. It's made of glass and EVERYONE can see right through it". I recently had a girl cancel a shoot with me for a major online studio, cause she wanted to "work with someone she knew and was comfortable with", even thought this shoot was booked weeks in advance (before the "outbreak") and was aware of who I was. This girl has shot bisexual content in that past, followed me on Twitter first and commented on some of my posts, but now she is scared. I of course was livid and filled with anger. My could not believe this was really happening to me and I wanted to call her out in public, but it wouldn't have gotten me anywhere and I'd only look like a fool. I did however thank her on Twitter for not wanting to work with me, It's the least I can do. Soon enough I saw that most of her tweets her going on about wanting to get fucked multiple times and pretty sounding like a slut (which I don't disapprove), but then I'm considered "high risk" in her eyes. I ended up shooting for this studio a week after that event found out through multiple people that she was called out by some, including an A-list performer (and my replacement) who flat out her "You fucked up!". This person knows who they are and I have mad respect for them. That alone made me feel good, because it says that I am not alone fighting this bull shit and there are people behind me and will have my back it someone pushes. I believe performers are entitled to have a NO-list and have concerns about their health, but I have NO sympathy for those who think I am a dangerous and are scared to work with me. Do your research and educate yourself, cause guess what? Those fears you have WILL die down IF you gain new and factual knowledge in regards to AIDS/HIV and other STDs.

Now there is a woman who is saying "I love you Wolf, I 'll shoot with you and I don't care what people think". This woman is performer, director and writer Nica Noelle of Sweetheart and Sweet Sinner Videos. Since the very beginning, this woman has supported and and featured me in a lot of her film, which some are now coming out. She even wrote an article for Xbiz Magazine and detailing my "crossover" and journey as I've tried to break down doors and barriers. But most importantly, she has been and incredible friend and confidant.

I first met her last year at the 2009 AVN Adult Expo in Las Vegas and my first thought was, "WOW! She does porn, but is really sweet." LOL Not to say that there are nice girls in porn, but she was super nice and it was refreshing to meet some who I consider to be genuine. We'd see each other from time to time at different events, but nothing much, very casual. We started to stay in touch after I saw her again at the 2010 AVN Adult Expo and she expressed interest in hiring me. Little did I know that not only did I gain an employer, but an actual friend and boy was I in for a surprise. She is a fan of Michael Jackson. WHAT? Another fan in porn? That did it for me and on my first shoot for her we did Jackson trivia and see who could guess the name of a song from a few words of lyrics. Since then we bonded and have become the kind of friends that takes years to nurture in my book... all it took was The King of Pop. LOL She is a smart, caring, and strong woman whom I admire and has actually taught me a lot. She aloud me to be myself and not judge and if anything, encourage me to bring it up a notch. I never got into this industry to make friends, but I do appreciate the ones I have made in these past 4 years and Nica I one that I am thankful to have come across with.

During the "outbreak" I kept close contact with her and was a moral support for me as all that I had worked for in bridging the gap between straight and gay porn was crumbling down on me. The crossover is over, for now, but she came out of left field and said that she'll shoot a scene with me (she rarely performs in front of the camera with men). She doesn't see it as much, but I told her she is brave to shoot with me. That speaks volumes of the kind of person she is. Intelligent, tolerant and kind. I told her if she's sure she want to do this and she unequivocally said YES! So on November 11th, I am doing a boy/girl scene with miss Nica Noelle. And to make my point come across, I will get tested tomorrow, November 9th, so I'll have a fresh test.

Thank you Nica for everything and paving the way for what I hope will be more open mined people in the industry. I can't wait to shoot this scene for the whole world to see. You inspire and motivate me to continue fighting against bigotry. Love you! :-)




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Saturday, November 6, 2010

Throwback Michael Jackson - Wolf Hudson

Hey everyone,

Check out one of my earliest recorded interpretations of Michael Jackson's Billie Jean back in 2003 while still living in the Bronx. Enjoy!



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Wednesday, October 20, 2010

The Long-awaited L.A. Zombie Is Fucked Up!


Hey everyone,

One of the oddest, most fucked-up, controversial and long-awaited original releases of the year,
Bruce LaBruce's L.A. Zombie Hardcore is determined to get tongues wagging one way or the other. And now it's ready for pre-orders.

Superstar François Sagat plays an alien zombie... or a homeless man suffering from deep schizophrenia. It's never made quite clear, but in some ways that's the point. It received quite a bit of notoriety earlier this year when the edited film festival version (this version contains all the hardcore sex) was slapped with an "Oi! Fuck, no!" from the Australian Classification Board, thus denying its previously booked screening at the Melbourne International Film Festival. (The film screened in Locarno without a problem; I guess the Swiss and Italians are more open-minded regarding black semen and orifice fucking.)

Superstar appearances by Matthew Rush, Erik Rhodes, Adam Killian Francesco DMacho, Eddie Diaz and even me, Wolf Hudson, is thrown into the mix. Also special appearances by Santino Rice and Toy Ward.


But L.A. Zombie is really a showcase for Mr. Sagat, whose face actually conveys quite a bit of emotion, to the point of it almost being heartbreaking. (The scene in the coffee-shop where he merely stumbles around before sitting looks fantastic.) I'm not sure this is the break-out role he needs to further his non-porn career, but his mere presence - as anyone whose ever met him or seen him on-screen can attest to - is undeniably great.

There's no question that L.A. Zombie is going to divide audiences - you're either going to find it completely fascinating and sick-as-shit fun (everyone I've shown it to thinks it's a blast) or you're going to hate it (as Variety did) and want to pluck out your eyeballs. I watched the film several times. The first time I was like "WTF?" and wasn't quite sure I "got it." Upon a second viewing however, I found it a very interesting experiment; I think the term "art porn" sums it up best. Now before you start rolling your eyes, isn't it better to give something new and different a chance before dismissing it outright? Sure, if you don't know LaBruce's work and aren't open to it, you'll find the film a crashing and/or laughable bore. That would be a shame because although L.A. Zombie is not the director's best, I found it a bent, erotic, occasionally nauseating, and even melancholy trip I'm glad I took.



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Friday, October 15, 2010

Here's To ALL The Homophobes In Porn

Hey everyone,

This one is a shout out to ALL the haters and homophobes that have been spewing disgusting remarks against gay/bisexual men and "crossover" male performers in regards to the recent HIV outbreak.

Here is a
FRESH AIM test result (test take on 10/13/2010). And WHAT SON! ;-)


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AIDS Walk With Evil Angel

Hey guys,

I am proud to say that I will be walking alongside the
Team Evil Angel at the 26th Annual AIDS Walk Los Angeles and help raise money for AIDS research. If you're in the area, come down and support a GREAT cause. Performer and others in Team EA include:

Karen Stagliano, Lee Bang, Sarah Blake, Vanessa Blake, Tisha Cavazos, Nicole Clark, Scotty Coxxx, Sophie Dee, Lynda Dempsey, Sarah Doom, Anthony Ehle, Tara Lynn Foxx, John Grace, Holly Hollywood, Steve Javors, Joanie Lee, Sinnamon Love, Christian Mann, Phoenix Marie, Johnny Mots, Heather Oliver, Andy San Dimas, Robert Sanchez, Isabella Stagliano, John Stagliano, Lorenzo Stagliano, Aiden Starr, Bobbi Starr, Jenny Tse, Angel Vain, Coco Velvett, Jorge Viramontes,Taylor Vixen, Wendy Williams, CJ Wright and Dia Zerva.

For more information, CLICK HERE for more details.


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Thursday, October 14, 2010

Protection In Porn: Fact From Fiction

Hey everyone,

In light of the recent HIV scare, please take the time to read this excellent piece from performer Danny Wylde. A MUST READ!

Taken from Protection Article

It's October 12th, 2010. The adult, social-networking community is in a panic. My Twitter feed displays messages like this:

Has anyone heard anything about this possible HIV outbreak?

Rumors circulate. People seem to freak out. I text a friend about it, but she doesn't know anything. Five minutes later, her status update reads:

Does anyone have any links to actual *real* news regarding the HIV scare?

Hyper-links are posted within the hour. Both AVN magazine and The Los Angeles Times confirm reports that AIM (Adult Industry Medical) has made a statement:

“AIM has confirmed that an adult industry performer has tested positive for HIV. We are currently quarantining and testing all exposed partners and we will have no further information until the end of the week. We are contacting everyone that might have been exposed. Please check the AIM database to confirm all tests”

Further reports claim "patient zero" is male and a performer in both gay and straight, adult films. One of the industry's openly bi-sexual performers predicts a backlash against what little progress he's made in gay/straight, cross-over acceptance. By the end of the night, he's proved a modern-day Nostradamus.

A straight, male performer posts this update:

I have no problem with gay people... But pick a side and stick with it! STOP DOUBLE DIPPING!!!

It's not the only response of its kind.

The usual pool of pro-queer performers fight back:

You're a douchebag. Don't turn HIV outbreak into gay bashing. We're all in the same industry. Grow up!

Fights rage over the internet. Attempts are made to quell the electronic-violence. Statistics are tossed back and forth, articles posted from the Center for Disease Control. Everyone seems to have an opinion.

Then the classic questions arise. Should the adult industry require mandatory condom use? If so, who should enforce it? The Los Angeles County? What about OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration)? Why aren't there already greater safety precautions put in place?

For those outside the industry, the questions might continue: Aside from a few niche films, I haven't seen a single condom on screen. Do pornographers do anything to prevent against STI transmission?

Why, thanks for asking. Yes, we do.



Adult Industry Medical (AIM) is a non-profit organization, co-founded by ex-porn star, Dr. Sharon Mitchell. Since its inception back in 1998, AIM has gone on to open two clinics, provide counseling services and support group programs, and implement testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections (among other things).

In congruence with AIM, the straight (heterosexual) side of the adult industry now adheres to a self-regulated standard. All talent must provide evidence of negative blood and urine test results for HIV, Chlamydia, and Gonorrhea before performing in any given production. Further, the test results may not be older than thirty days. Essentially, an adult performer must get tested at least every thirty days to continue working in the industry.

Some companies hold themselves to even higher standards, requiring STI tests no more than fourteen days old. High-profile performers are known to request tests as fresh as two-days old.

The precautions taken are admirable, especially in an industry labeled with such reprehension by the mainstream media. But do these precautions prevent STI transmission? Well, yes and no.

Obviously, testing does nothing to prevent the transmission of fluids. It only offers a decreased likelihood that those fluids contain sexually transmitted diseases. The practice of regulated testing is prevention only in the sense that without it, things would be much worse.

Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, and Herpes already run rampant in the industry. Just like a professional athlete will most likely incur a number of minor injuries throughout his career, a professional sex worker will surely sit a few weeks out while recovering from “the clap.” It's an unfortunate job hazard, but one all performers should be aware of. Regular testing helps curb the spread of outbreaks when they occur, but it does little to outright prevent them.

So why not implement the use of condoms in all pornographic productions? The biggest argument is that doing so will hurt sales.

The claim is that pornography embodies a fantasy. Consumers want to see unprotected sex because, in a perfect world, that's the way it should be. It's a little difficult to confirm this speculation given that few productions have tested the waters. But one of the larger adult companies, Wicked, already shoots exclusively condom-only content. One can only assume, by the scale of their high-end productions, that sales are not effected.

However, porn caters to as many fantasies as presumably exist. Wicked might hit their target demographic, but what about everyone else? The obvious answer is, “Who cares? The health of employees should always be put before the sales of a company.” But as adult performer, Drew Deveaux, points out in her blog entry, “Safer for Whom?,” the issue is more complicated:

“When we think about the implications on the generic 'performer' were mandatory barrier use to be the norm, what we’d be doing is creating a more narrow range of images that will necessarily appeal to a smaller audience leading to obvious tangible economic implications. How do we consider the impact such changes would have on the economic health and well-being of hundreds of performers? Arguably even more problematic is the creation of an underground industry to fill the niche that would still very much be there. Given the (semi) illegal nature of this hypothetical industry, performers working in those contexts could be facing way more risk (likely for less pay) than the managed, minimal risk currently taken on by those working in an industry that has done a bang-up job at self-regulation in the absence of 'lawmakers' telling us how to work or be safe” (http://www.drewdeveaux.com/site/?p=53).

Her point is that even if condoms become mandatory, some consumers are going to want to see content without them. And some companies are going to want to meet that demand. The safety of the performers involved in such productions would probably face similar risks to those of contemporary prostitutes working outside the boundaries of the law. I think everyone can agree that such risks are potentially greater than what exist today.

Also: on a day-to-day basis, my experience is that most performers prefer not to use condoms on set. I can't claim to know everyone's preference, but according to those I've spoken to about the subject, most feel that AIM testing is a sufficient precaution. Lack of comfort, allergic reactions, and simple love for bareback sex are among the reasons given, but they all go out the window once the threat of HIV is near.

In 2009, after news of an HIV outbreak occurred, I performed in three scenes in a row, all of which required condoms. It had nothing to do with company policy. Three girls in a row felt uncomfortable performing without condoms, given the circumstances. And in all three instances, the companies agreed to shoot condom scenes.

This brings up two major points. One is that there IS an actual choice. When working for many companies, talent may request to do a condom scene. Whether or not this will hamper the amount of work for said talent is debatable. But it is possible to perform only in scenes where condoms are used for barrier protection.

The second point is that HIV outbreaks have happened before.



In 2004, prior to my involvement in the industry, pornographic production came to a standstill when an “HIV-positive male porn star, Darren James, infected three female performers with whom he'd filmed sex scenes. James, who had recently worked outside the U.S., was not aware of his positive status at the time he performed” (http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2010/10/porn-actor-has-tested-positive-for-hiv-industry-clinic-officials-confirm.html).

I'm not sure of the ramifications outside of production delays for the 2004 incident. But last year, in 2009, an HIV outbreak hit the industry once more. No names were released to the public, but rumors spread that “patient zero” was a woman involved in the Los Angeles swinger scene. Aside from the usual panic and postponement of shoots, the adult industry faced a threat to both its privacy and self-regulated testing practices.

The California Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Cal-OSHA) subpoenaed AIM for the records of every patient tested and/or treated at either of their medical facilities. According to AIM:

“Cal-OSHA made no secret of its intention to use whatever information it might have obtained through this subpoena to establish connections between AIM patients and the producers who engage them and thus to justify the imposition of potentially ruinous fines on those producers on the dubious grounds of engagement in proximity to the detection of sexually transmitted infections.

This was a heavy-handed attempt by a state agency to write new law expansively reinterpreting its mandate with the intent of punishing adult video producers for misfortunes to which those producers causal relationship cannot be medically or legally established. The court found Cal-OSHA's claims to such authority entirely meritless and its methods in contravention of existing law” (http://www.aim-med.org/news/2009/10/20/1256052533/index2.html).

To this day, AIM has debts in excess of $170,000 due to the legal fees associated with the Cal-OSHA litigation. Because of financial troubles, one of its clinics has since shut down permanently. AIM now operates out of one facility in Sherman Oaks, California.

Given the circumstances, it is almost necessary to question the intent behind state regulation of the adult industry's health practices. Cal-OSHA did nothing but harm the preventative measures already put in place. And if they were successful with the subpoena, it appears all they would have done is fine (shut down) some production companies. With fewer production companies, there is less work. And still, no further preventative measures.

So who's interest does Cal-OSHA have in mind? Sex workers'? Most likely not.



Within the adult industry, backlash to HIV outbreaks consists of a different animal. Lukeford.com, a blog that disseminates adult industry news and gossip, promotes one of the more notoriously shared notions:

“Now the condom issue aside, there is something else porn stars can do to lessen their risk of problems and it’s as simple as saying “no!”. No[w], I don’t mean no to performing, I mean their no list. Your hands are not tied, you can dictate who you will and won’t work with and that includes risky performers... This should at the very least include any male OR female who has had sexual relations with a gay (or bisexual) male performer, and any male or female talent who has had sexual relations with a tranny” (http://lukeford.com/2010-10-12/attention-porn-stars-learn-to-say-no-and-maybe-save-your-life/).

This idea operates off the assumption that homosexual men and transsexual (M-to-F) women make up a higher risk population for the dissemination of HIV. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, this is true:

“Gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (MSM) represent approximately 2% of the US population, yet are the population most severely affected by HIV and are the only risk group in which new HIV infections have been increasing steadily since the early 1990s” (http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/topics/msm/index.htm).

Arguments can be made to why these statistics exist. They are comparable to arguments for why many racial minorities still remain in poverty. Social and political infrastructures are in place to help facilitate the perpetuation of stereotypes into realities. It's unfortunate. No amount of conservative, “personal responsibility” arguments will change this.

But the adult industry's association of HIV with gay/bi/trans performers is more complex than just a response to statistics.



The difference in preventative methods for STI transmission between the gay and straight “sides” of the adult industry is widely noted. Gay production companies require condoms but not tests. Straight companies require tests but not condoms. There are exceptions to both rules, but that's what they are: exceptions.

My own experiences validate these claims.

I did a few gay scenes at the beginning of my career (nearly five years ago) and was required to wear a condom for every one of them. Since then, I've gone condom-less for the majority of my straight porn career.

But upon more recent attempts to go back to performing in gay scenes, I found out something new. Gay companies are now requiring tests as well as condoms. Gay-straight-crossover performer, Wolf Hudson, writes this in his blog entry, “Jet Set Men Now Testing Models?”:

“It's a very tricky subject to tackle and some do not know where to even begin. Most, if not all gay porn websites require testing, Randy Blue and Cocky Boys come to mind, but never really a traditional DVD studio... until now” (http://wolfhudsonxxx.blogspot.com/2010/09/jet-set-men-now-testing-models.html).

The implication is that the gay “side” of the adult industry is segregated into different factions: those who promote testing, those that don't, those that are HIV-positive, and those who aren't. However, the trend seems to be going in one direction. Testing is becoming the norm.



But back to the straight industry's rejection of gay/bi/trans performers. Is the refusal to work with crossover talent a logical step in decreasing the likelihood of HIV outbreaks?

Consider this: Of the past three HIV outbreaks in the adult industry, only one “patient zero” is noted as having any affiliation with the gay “side” of the industry. Yet gay/bi/trans performers are the ONLY ones highlighted as risks for disseminating HIV to the rest of the talent pool.

It's hard to prove this, because there are no documented accusations that I know of, but even last year, when a presumably STRAIGHT WOMAN was outed as “patient zero,” I still bore witness to multiple accounts of slander against gay/bi/trans performers for somehow being a part of the incident. The only rumors about “patient zero” claimed she belonged to the swinger scene. No one got outraged at swingers, or claimed they should be added to talent's “no list.”

The fact is that gay/bi/trans performers are easy targets. Especially ones who out themselves as crossover performers. But they are just as likely as anyone else to be sexually responsible, or irresponsible. The only difference is the participation in slightly less conventional sexual behavior ON CAMERA.

Anyone who's been a part of the adult industry for any significant amount of time has no doubt heard countless rumors about who's an intravenous drug user, who escorts (a polite term for an upscale hooker), who has gay sex in their private life, and who has sex with transsexual women. Some of them are baseless, but a portion always turn out to be true. Each of the above stated behaviors could be considered “high risk,” and each are practiced by performers within the straight “side” of the industry. So when going to work, every performer puts themselves at risk. It's a part of being a sex worker. Surely, no one wants to increase that risk, but finding a scape goat is the worst possible way to address the issue.

I'll end this essay with two loaded questions. My point here should not be vague. As a performer in the straight “side” of the industry would you rather have sex with a man who you know has been tested through the same organization you have, within the same time-frame you have, who has had condom-only sex with other men, who is trying to fight against stereotypes and is therefore more likely to be responsible in his personal life, who is not hiding his sexual inclinations or activity, but happens to be bi-sexual? Or would you rather have sex with another stranger you know nothing about because you presume he must be straight?

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

REBOOT: Wolf Hudson Gets Tested

Hey everyone,

In light of the recent HIV scare that rocked the adult film industry yesterday, here is footage I posted a few months ago showing the process of getting tested at AIM.

I am posting a new video (hopefully by tomorrow), as I am getting tested today (10/13/10) and should expect results tomorrow (10/14/10).



Best regards,
Wolf Hudson
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Friday, October 8, 2010

Finally "Inside" Perez Hilton Through GOSSIP!

Hey everyone,

I should've mentioned (no pun intended), but I like the title and don't mind the traffic. LOL

Any hoo... this morning through Mr. Dayton O'Conner, I found out a music video I shot a few weeks ago for rock group Beth Ditto & The Gossip called 'Men In Love', made it on PerezHilton.com. Not too shabby.


Check out O'Conner, Jayden Grey and a few other boys playing dress up as football players. Hey Perez, I'm soo glad to be "IN" you... err site! ;-)


Make your hole smile,
Wolf Hudson
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Cocks and the City

Hey everyone,

Check out this clip of porn Superstars
Francesco D'Macho & Damien Crosse, Diesel Washington and little ole me, Wolf Hudson, riding a street car in San Francisco in during GayVN/Folsom weekend 2010.




Make your hole smile,
Wolf Hudson
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Thursday, October 7, 2010

Watch Pierre Fitch and Wolf Hudson Flip-Fuck NOW!

Hey everyone,

The long-awaited scene between bad boy Pierre Fitch and myself, is finally here! we shared one of the hottest, most passionate, and most COCKY scenes ever filmed for CockyBoys.com.

Pierre and I start the scene by kissing each others' necks and grinding our cocks against one another, though the real fun starts when the two us move to the bed! I lick Pierre's hungry hole while Pierre jacks himself; Pierre rams his huge cock into my almost-virgin hole; I choke Pierre while he nailing cute bubble butt; we both scream and moan in pain/pleasure as we take turns fucking one another; both Pierre and I shoot our foamy loads on Pierre's tan, tight abs. A definite must-see! Check it.

Make your hole smile,
Wolf Hudson
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COMING SOON: Cheaters Retreat

Hey Everyone,

Coming November 3rd 2010, here comes Sweet Sinner's "Cheaters Retreat" from director/writer Nica Noelle. An ensemble cast starring Darla Crane, Nick Manning, Rayveness, Chastity Lynn, Magdalene St. Michaels, Sean Michaels and yours truly... Wolf Hudson. This is my first comedic film since my crossover into straight adult films and darn proud of my work.

It was a treat making this film with a group of talented performers, some are which legends in the industry and have glanced in films growing up. Plus it gave me an excuse to work with Nica again, who is by far one of the best directors I've ever worked with. She embraced my silly tom foolery and cast me in this role doing pretty much the exact same thing.

I believe not that "Cheaters Retreat" is a funny film, but an extremely hot film that you will definitely want to watch and cum, then watch and cum, then watch and cum, and... ah you get the point. ;-)


Make your hole smile,
Wolf Hudson
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Monday, October 4, 2010

Wolf Hudson aka Buffalo Bill

Hey everyone,

I thought I'd post this quick video I made with Annie Cruz and SeaForce Man, where I parody Silence of the Lambs' Buffalo Bill. Enjoy!



Best regards,
Wolf Hudson
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Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Apocalyptic End of Los Angeles

Hey guys,

Here is the one of a kind view of the Los Angeles skyline from my loft. I rare go this far with my privacy, but I HAD to share with you the AMAZING view. Look at the sky, you can even see of rain falling over the Hollywood area. my homie,
Deviant Kade, makes a brief cameo.



Best regards,
Wolf Hudson

Friday, September 24, 2010

I Will NOT Win a GayVN Award Tonight

Hey guys,

So tonight is the night, that I'm feeling alright. We'll be making lo--- um, actually tonight is the 2010 GayVN Awards at the Castro Theatre in San Francisco. It'll be hosted by the very funny and last years cohost, Alec Mapa. It's the biggest night in gay porn and I will be there to enjoy the festivities.

I was nominated (at the last minute) for a new category called "Over Fan Favorite", and what made this special is that you the fans got the chance to vote for your favorite. I campaigned this year to get the vote, but I will concede that I will probably NOT win that award. Why? Well look at my competition... all superstars and legends in their own right. Some I have worked with, some I've worked for, some are close friends and some I don't know, but they are all deserving of this award.

Whatever happens tonight, I just wanna say thanks to all the fans that voted and for always supporting me and my career. Congrats and good luck to ALL the nominees! :-)

Eddie Diaz


Best regards,
Wolf Hudson

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Jet Set Men Now Testing Models?


Hey guys,

This is quite an unusual post for me, but it's a darn good one, to say the least. The subject is "Testing Models" in gay porn. Some people are for it and some people are against it. Now with models like Mason Wyler and Kameron Scott being openly HIV positive, other models like Jeremy Bilding, Diesel Washington, Vince Ferelli and Trent Diesel are for testing. It's a very tricky subject to tackle and some do not know where to even begin. Most, if not all gay porn websites require testing, Randy Blue and Cocky Boys come to mind, but never really a traditional DVD studio... until now.

Jet Set Men is now requiring testing. I shot one scene for them back in 2008 called "Ass Cruisin' with Aaron James" and I was asked to test, but from my understanding it wasn't a common practice for their studio. I checked their "Become a Model" section and there it was... crystal clear. How long have they been doing this? I have no idea. (Click on image below)

I was very surprised to see this and to be perfectly honest, I didn't think it would happen this soon. Could this be a new change of pace and an about face? I don't know, but it's a start. Yes, I do believe condoms are an effective way to prevent the spread of STD's and yes it is ultimately a models choice to decide if they want to perform on film with someone who might be positive (it is common knowledge within the industry that you have to assume everyone is positive), but why can't models have the chance to see someone's status and THEN decide if they want to work with that person? The straight side of the industry require testing for all models (though most do shoot bareback) in order to work, so why can't gay studio's follow suit? Some say it is too expensive (an AIM Panel will run you $130 which includes testing for HIV-1 DNA, Chlamydia and Gonorrhea, by PCR), while others believe it is not an accurate system since you can get tested today, have unprotected sex later in the day and get infected. By the time your results are in... it might say negative, but you could be positive. It is also allegedly illegal to ask someone if they are positive when it comes to employment. Both sides of the industry are held to different standards of practice when it comes to law. Gay web studios traditionally do not hire models who are negative at all, but this is understood by both parties once the model agrees to go through with testing. I personally get tested EVERY month.



I am extremely compassionate about people with HIV and would never discriminate, BUT In the workplace, the sex industry, I would like to know peoples status and I'd like studios to give me the opportunity to decide based on fact. Some negative models don't mind working with positive models as long as there is a condom present and some are not for it, but give a negative model a chance to decide. Bilding was ridiculed when he correctly stated that there ARE positive performers in gay porn and about the percentage. I will go on record to say that that percentage has gone up within this past year, but it is not my place to publicly out people so you can take me at my word or not.

I am very proud to hear this and kudos to Jet Set Men for having the guts to be public about testing their models. They are setting the stage for a new president that could one day be a reality for the entire gay porn industry. But only time will tell at this point if more of the mainstream studios will jump on the band wagon. Congrats to Jet Set Men for being a true trailblazer.

Safe Sex and know your status!




Best regards,
Wolf Hudson