He just can’t understand why no one believes he’s in porn for the cash, not the ass. The gay-for-pay star, who debuted his dirty dancing and man-fucking prowess in “MTV’s True Life: I Work in the Sex Industry” last Wednesday told his sister and cousin that he wasn’t gay, but seems confounded that no one believed him. (At left, see just a sliver of our very own Sister Roma’s orange boa caught on MTV’s cameras during the Adult Entertainment Expo in Vegas.)
“I get paid to have sex,” the not-gay star claims as he finishes fucking a man on top of a kitchen counter in one segment. “How can you beat it … I have greatest job in the world!” We’re pretty sure that for a true-life straight guy, gay porn might only ever reach the number two slot, but who are we to judge?
MTV follows the star from porn set in Los Angeles to tract homes in Pennsylvania, from his hotel room with Dean Phoenix to the unveiling of his hardcore website to his sister and the confession of his not-gay-but-fuck-guys-lifestyle to his cousin. They were confused, but Aaron explains that it’s “a normal Pennsylvania reaction,” something more progressive people would understand. (View a short clip here.)
When not feeling up shirtless co-stars off-set, or greeting men with a kiss on the cheek, or explaining that his gay porn career is great for picking up women, the Jet Set Men star spends his time wondering why no one believes that he’s totally just in it for the money. The answer, he explains on his Myspace page, is that he’s not gay, except for when he is:
“SO A LOT OF YOU HAVE BEEN EMAILING ME AND ASKING ME IF I AM STRAIGHT. AS OF RIGHT NOW I AM STRAIGHT … EVENTUALLY I WILL MEET A MAN WHO IS ATTRACTIVE, LEADS A RESPONSIBLE LIFE STYLE, AND SHOWS ME RESPECT. UNTIL THEN I AM A STRAIGHT GUY WAITING TO BECOME A BI/GAY GUY.”
The man who lists among his interests “women oh god I love women” blogs that “between you and I, what’s better than a little dick?” A big one, obviously, but Aaron moves quickly to salivating. “MMM MMM MMM YUM YUM,” he concludes.
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