PHOTOS: HustlaBall London Is Like The Olympics Of The Porn World

Jul 13, 2012

The recent World Pride in London saw a host of parties across Vauxhaul, Soho, Shoreditch, the East End, and other UK gayborhoods.  One soiree was particularly steamy: The 2012 HustlaBall London on July 7, when porn stars, escorts, drag queens, muscle Marys and their admirers got hot and heavy at Electric Brixton.

This year’s event was the official after-party for World Pride but had a little pre-Olympics vibe going on, with a theme of  “Let the Games Begin!” and an cast of hotties from around the world. Lighting the torch was porn pup Brent Everett, followed by skin stars Adam Killian, Tate Ryder, Spencer Reed, Jay Roberts, Marco Sessions, Samuel Colt, Issac Jones, Damien Crosse and Sam Barclay. We can’t really discuss the x-rated qualifying events we saw, but each and every one was a gold-medal winner!

To think it all started in 1998 as a little party in Times Square started by Rentboy.com (NSFW)—Now there are HustlaBall events in Berlin, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Las Vegas and New York (coming up on October 7).

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Photos: Jeffrey James Keyes

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  • think

    It’s sad the way gay men are exploited for profit within their own community. There’s nothing glamorous about a life in pornography yet gay media continues to promote it as an ideal. Most of these men are lost or addicted to drugs or desperate otherwise they wouldn’t allow themselves to be sold as if they were on a slave ship. A truly sad narrative for the gay community to be promoting. 

  • Gabe

    I agree with you. I think this is wrong and classless. Accepting your sexual orientation is one thing, but creating an entire culture based on drugs, promiscuity and inappropriate behavior, no wonder many look down on us. I personally do not agree and avoid social gay gatherings that involve any kind of public nudity. There needs to be a sense of humility, respect and control. Don’t promote a life style that can harm and influence others into harming and losing respect for their bodies. The second we stop caring, is the second we stop being human. Embrass homosexuality for the love you have towards a person, not the ways you need to show it through sexual behavior and illicit drugs.

  • Tad

    OK, maybe I’m too old for this stuff, but this looks about as exciting as the Miss Gay Toledo pagean. Is it me, or are we trying too hard, here? These guys all look like pumped up vegetables with dead eyes and blank looks. If these are all rent ho’s, no wonder the whole industry is suffering.