When the interviewer asks Reese about his girlfriend, he makes a confession:
I’m not going to beat around this one anymore… It’s not just a girlfriend I have now — She is a full-blown wife. We’ve been married a year and a half now, together for five years. So she has been with me from the start of my gay porn career. She is fine with it because she knows I’m not going to run off with another man and there for guys are not competition. She also knows when I’m coming in my films I have to think of a woman at this point in my life. Now that’s not to say that I haven’t come while having a sexual thought with a man in my head before…
Reese goes on to defend himself against all the gay-for-pay whiners. He may be married to a woman, but he’s still fucked more men than you have:
Some gay men have a thing for straight guys just like us straight guys have a thing for lesbians (hot!). I’ve had a dick in my ass and my dick in too many to count guys asses. How much more do I need to do to be accepted?
Sorry, Reese, but we do not intend on accepting you until our asses become incorporated into your formidable tally. As for the future, Reese would like to go mainstream — and judging by Reese’s most recent twitterations, the Randy Blue porn stud has already scored an extra role in a Harrison Ford movie.
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