Gay Porn Stars Get into Major Social Media Debate about the term ‘BBC’

Racism in the gay world has been a major topic for several years now, most notably with the recent controversy at the GayVN awards surrounding the category Best Ethnic Scene.

Now, there's another debate going on, this time within the gay porn industry, regarding the usage of the term "big black cock," or as some simply put it, "BBC."

Max Konnor, who is a gay porn actor, tweeted the following regarding his disdain of the phrase.  

 

 

The tweet led to it being liked and favorited over 500 times, with others primarily agreeing with what Max had to say on this issue.  One user wrote "I respect and adore you as you are. You will never be “just a body part” to me! Respect."

So what was his reasoning for bringing this up in the first place?  “I was trying to find out how real and honest I could be with my fans," he exclusively told NewNowNext.  “A lot of times people will tweet on things I’m tagged in or to things I’ve tweeted on my actual page in reference to ‘oh yeah, take that BBC’ or ‘oh I can’t wait until I can get that BBC’ and to me, personally, the acronym, whenever I heard it, has always made me cringe. So when I posted that, it was just a personal tidbit of information saying when it’s said to me it’s a turn-off.”

However, not everyone seemed to be on board with Max's thought process.  Austin Wolf, who has been a relatively known gay porn actor for several years now, shared his thoughts about the issue in a now-deleted tweet that read "We are quite literally paid to be objectified,” he wrote. “If you have a problem with your dick, race or any pots of your body or personality obejectified [sic], classified, insulted or criticized you are in the wrong business.”

Another porn star by the name of Big C, agreed with Austin on this one, tweeting:

 

 

Austin Wolf did not respond to NewNowNext's request for a comment, however Big C did elaborate on what he said, saying "Hot sex is about pushing limits, edging, and being naughty. Also roleplay is part of it. I’m not racist, but race play is hot and popular.”

Is Austin being way too harsh on a topic that has been talked about many times before?  How would you interpret what Big C wrote in response to all of this? 

What do you think?