Gay Porn Personalities Are Speaking Up About George Floyd’s Death

Gay Porn Personalities Are Speaking Up About George Floyd's Death

Our men could not be silenced too when it comes to fighting racism and oppression.

The recent event that took the life of George Floyd on the 25th of May has caused a lot of outrage online. Many celebrities and personalities have been using their platforms to voice out their reactions and opinions.

That includes the men of the gay adult industry who has a lot to say about this devastating incident. Here are some of them.

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— DeAngelo Jackson ✨ (@DeAngeloJxxx) May 30, 2020

Right now the people of America fear the police and horrific situations like George’s will continue to happen until the police FEAR US.

— Joey Mills (@JoeyMillsXXX) May 28, 2020

If you are a racist, if you are not a supporter of black lives matter. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE UNFFOLOW ME!! And also GO FUCK YOURSELF. There’s a special place in hell for you.

— Brock Banks (@Brock_Banks_) May 28, 2020

#BLACK_LIVES_MATTER #BlacklivesMaters #NoJustice pic.twitter.com/TaikLyomuj

— Adrian Hart (@AdrianHartJax) May 31, 2020

I am not a victim of racism. Nor do I know how it feels and cannot begin to understand. I can however listen, learn and do my best to effect the future generations towards a positive change where everyone is felt safe and loved. My question is, what can I do to help this change?

— T⚠️YLOR REIGN (@TaylorREIGNXXX) May 28, 2020

Just gave 500 dls to #BlackLivesMatter . No clout just match the best you can. pic.twitter.com/KR7ooR2Dqu

— Angel Rivera (@AngelRiveraXXX) May 29, 2020

Boyfriend and I may join protests tomorrow. The abuse by militarized police of George Floyd is the catalyst for a pressure cooker building for a long time. Add many people are unemployed with no gov assistance and this is the perfect time to explode. Not a moment too soon. #BLM

— Quin Quire (@QuinQuire) May 31, 2020

It’s understood that we are porn accounts. However at the very least acknowledging social injustices for a day or two won’t kill you. This is unless you obviously support the opposing cause when called out. We know where you stand.

— VincentOReilly (@VincentOReillyX) May 31, 2020

Could it be because unrepentant racism is larger than you think? That the fact this country was built on racism, and white fragility makes people deny that fact. Or maybe it’s because you come from privilege, and don’t understand structural racism? https://t.co/aWqz1PZGNw

— Race Cooper (@RaceCooper4Real) May 30, 2020

As upset and angered as I am as a blue eyed white male, I can’t even begin to imagine what it must feel like to be a POC in this country.

If you aren’t enraged, there’s something seriously wrong. #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd #BlackLivesMatters

— Christian Wilde (@daddywildex) May 29, 2020

#BlacklivesMaters #GeorgeFloyd #ICantBreathe pic.twitter.com/CWKcKHcMsH

— Sharok (@TheSharok) May 30, 2020

Uuuuuweheheheheheeeee. Censor that fuck pic.twitter.com/Cuf7XYtppj

— Clark Davis-Fitt (@ClarkDavisFitt) May 30, 2020

Kneeling doesn’t work. Peaceful protesting doesn’t work. Only rioting/looting makes white ppl care more

Cops are getting away w murdering POC while hiding behind a cheap badge-FUCK (& imprison) THEM ALL

Trump is white supremacist TRASH. Lets vote him OUT n Nov #blacklivesmatter

— Austin (@AustinWilde) May 29, 2020

As a Veteran, I am ashamed that I served for 8+ years and almost got killed in 2 different conflicts for this white supremacy bullshit to be considered the American norm. I vowed to defend the Constitution and god damnit that mission isn’t over.

— Dante & Romeo (@danteandromeo) May 29, 2020

It saddens me that we even have to protest the fucking obvious fact that #BlackLivesMatter but unfortunealy, that fact is not yet as universally accepted as it should be. @AdrianHartJax thank you for letting me protest with you. pic.twitter.com/65Oyst8ir6

— Zak Bishop (@zakbishopxx) May 31, 2020

With all these men we adore speaking up, joining protests, donating for the benefit for bail funds of those who were arrested in the protests, it’s the perfect time to use their social media accounts so the voices of the voiceless could be heard.

Are there any other gay adult personalities you’ve been waiting to break their silence? Were there some people we missed? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below!

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