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Wrestling is an art form that combines athleticism with sexuality and physicality. For years, the wrestlers were mostly straight, but in recent years, there has been more of a gay presence. The first gay wrestler was known as "Gay King" and he was also known to be a homosexual. Gay wrestlers were even banned from the World Wrestling Federation (WWE) for being homosexual, even though they were considered the best of the best. In 1997, wrestling was finally open to all types of people. As the years went by, more and more people were allowed to participate. In 2002, an openly gay wrestler, Billy Gunn, became the WWE world champion. In 2007, a gay wrestler, Bobby Roode, won the naked beach ECW Championship. In 2009, the WWE signed its first openly gay wrestler, Scott Hall, but he was not the only one. In 2010, WWE debuted the first gay wrestler, Randy Orton, and he was a popular guy, so the WWE didn't pull him away from the promotion. In 2013, the WWE announced that they would be allowing the inclusion of gay people in their shows and in their promotions, and for a long time gay people in wrestling weren't allowed to be fans. For example, when The Miz was hired to be the next Hulk Hogan, the WWE didn't allow him to be in the company. He was told, "No, you can't be our fan. We're not going to give you a ticket to WrestleMania." In 2014, WWE signed two people of color to their roster: Randy Orton and Jinder Mahal.

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But then, a couple of years ago, things started to change. A gay wrestler named Chris Sabin announced he was entering the business. Then, they were given a tour of the company's training camp and told they'd have to wear bikinis. They got their clothes and they were going to be doing what WWE is all about: training, wrestling, and sex.

Sabin, who started the company as a porn actor called "Cameron M" before he transitioned, said he had no idea this would happen. "The first time I got to see them, I didn't know if it was because they were getting all these other performers to work in the porn industry, or they just didn't care that they were doing it," he said. "I just thought, 'Wow, it's the WWE.' It's all these amazing wrestlers and they're all going to be like my buddies." In this exclusive interview, Sabin talked about how his team got involved in the wrestling business. "They gave us a tour of the training camp and said we had to wear bikinis," he said. "And I think I was like, 'Really?' Because I love sports. And then they told us we had to be nude." After his experience at NXT, Sabin continued working in other areas of the porn industry, such as acting. He said he felt conflicted about his decision to transition. "I kind of had to make a choice," he said. "Do I do it or not?" I asked him if the transgender community has a role to play in making these sorts of decisions. "I think a lot of the time, the more people who have the voice, the more people are going to realize nude mature pics that they can milana vayntrub naked make a difference," he said. "And for the most part, trans people have not been in the limelight. So I think if it helps other trans people who are looking, it would be really good. I mean, it could have a huge impact, you know." This transgender porn star, who is an adult film star, said that his transgender sex partner is very protective of their privacy. "She has a hard time not getting into it. When it comes to porn, her porn career is going to be her life," he said. "She has her own career, her own life. And when she's away from her porn career, she doesn't go to the strip club or any of that. She's not going to a strip club. So the reason that she likes to have sex is because she likes having sex with a guy. And I like to go into it when I'm with her. I'm just gonna get a little bit of what she's doing with her body."

Brent said he likes to be a bit of a loner, but he says there are people who he enjoys seeing out with.

"I think I would enjoy being out there. I think bikini milf I might be attracted to the opposite sex if I had the opportunity. And I'm open to dating guys. And I think it's good for me to try."

And if his girlfriend is into the same kind of behavior, then she's totally fine with that.

"It's really easy to try, I guess. If she's into the same stuff, then she's cool with it. But if she's into a different kind of stuff, I guess she has her own opinions on it."

But even if her opinion doesn't affect his behavior, the fact that she's open to it would be a great start. And if she's not into that kind of stuff and doesn't know it, then why should it bother him?

"That's the way I see it. You shouldn't judge someone's lifestyle based on their tastes, their opinion on something they're not into. That's not cool. It's not good to judge someone on their lifestyle, especially when they have a different view on it."

What's your experience been with men who have similar views as you? Have they ever expressed them?

"That's kind of the problem. I think most guys who've come out to me haven't wanted to be judged, they haven't wanted people to judge them based on who they are as a person. But when guys are comfortable with the fact that someone's a heterosexual or homosexual, then I think you can be pretty judgmental and judgemental. But it has nothing to do with me. That's not how it works."

Did you ever have a similar experience, or a different experience, from someone who identified as straight or gay?

"I did once. When I was in my late twenties, and I was just starting out, a guy called out in a way that I've never experienced before. A gay man, and he was from the Midwest. He said, 'You know what, guys, when you go out to clubs and gay bars, they don't seem to care about you as a person. That's the most disgusting thing I've ever heard.' And I went, 'Oh, that sounds so horrible.' And he goes, 'No, it's really beautiful, it really is.' And I'm like, 'Whoa, whoa, whoa. Wait, what? Oh, yeah, I know what you're talking about. I've been there, it sucks to go there sometimes. But I also know what you mean. And I think you're right.' And he's right about it, it sucks. There are other gay men who live in the Midwest that don't have that problem. It sucks, man. But it's not a problem that's new. It's kind of like how they used to use to live in the South. Like, you know, 'Hey, it's nice to be in the South.' You know? You know, 'Hey, this is nice. We'll move to the East Coast someday. It'll be nicer.' 'Ahhh, we'd better find a nice apartment somewhere in Atlanta.'

So, it's just kind of like what we're seeing with that wrestling video, where there is a guy who is kind of a nerd or something like that. He's like, 'Well, I'd rather just be a wrestler.' That's where he's at. So you can look at all that stuff and see why I think the gay wrestling community is the perfect home for him.

You're an actor, and it seems like your character gets more attention on the screen, not necessarily in terms of how much work he gets done, but just because the people that are making that movie are like, 'Hey, you guys should work together. That'd be cool.'

Yeah, that's just the way it is. The wrestling fans can go, 'Hey, man, you should work together. I could help you with your wrestling.' You know what I mean? It's kind of like you're in an alternate reality. It's not like I'm a superhero or something like that, but it's not like, 'Hey, I need some help.' And he's like, 'No, no, no, no.' But he gets a lot of respect and attention, but that's what it is. It's just like, 'Hey, man, if you want to do this for the rest of your life, then you have to do this.' It's not like he's a superhero or anything.

You've been in a few different wrestling films. What does each of these roles have that is unique to this one?

The whole thing is different because I'm the actor and he's the director and then we do it on the set. We shoot a script together and then we shoot the whole movie together. It's really great because we can talk more about the character than the character would ever talk to him. It's very organic. He's a little bit like, 'How do you like to take care of this thing?' and then he's like, 'OK, I like it and we'll go from there.'

You've been in a couple of straight porn movies. Have you had a chance to explore any of the characters that you're playing in this one?

[Laughs] No, it's definitely a little different because I don't think I've ever been a big gay porn actor before. But I do think it's a little different. It's a very natural, natural way to make the character. I think a lot of the things that you see are something that I've done and that's my thing. I like the way that you can't quite tell where they're going, so there's a lot of things that are a little bit mysterious. I guess, there's one thing in particular that I did in Straight Outta Compton, in that scene where I'm like, 'Hey, I feel good about that.' That kind of thing. But then, in this movie, it's all a little more straight-forward. That's the thing with it, too: phoebe tonkin nude I don't think there's really anything mysterious or that weird about it, really. I think it's more like, 'Okay, let's do a scene like that.'"

What makes Straight Outta Compton such a special film for you?

"I think the biggest thing that I've learned about myself as a filmmaker is that I'm really interested in what my audience is going to experience, so I'm always trying to figure out what's most relevant to their lives and what is going to engage their emotions, what's going to give them something to relate to. And also, when I do that, it's something that people are going to find entertaining."

"My big take-away from it is that I think, for a lot of gay men and gay men's experiences, the sex is the most exciting thing about the movie. It's always like 'Oh, that's what they want, and that's why it has so many sex scenes. But for some gay men, the sex doesn't matter that much. They just want to be in control. And that's why Straight Outta Compton is so important to them."

"There's something really unique and powerful about a gay man that people can relate to, and they're going to get off on watching the sex, which is why you can't help but go into it."

What's it like working with Kanye West?

"I didn't know Kanye West until I was 18, and it was a completely weird experience. Because we had been friends for 10 years, we were all like, 'Okay, we're gonna do this movie and we're going to do this and we're gonna do that.' But belle delphine ahegao when Kanye came on board, he was so ashley sinclair different than anyone else that I thought he was an incredibly talented artist and a visionary. And he's amazing. I love his music, and I've heard some of it.