Porn Star Billy Santoro Says He Won’t Film With ‘Fat’ People

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Porn star Billy Santoro got himself into a ton of heat after he seemingly mocked “fat” people on his Twitter account.

The now-deleted tweet, written on Thursday, March 28, was screenshotted by Str8UpGayPorn.

Credit: Billy Santoro Twitter

“I love when someone I filmed with in the past has gotten fat then gets upset when I tell him that I will film with him again when he loses weight,” Billy wrote. “I am not a fan of looking at your fat body rolling around all over Twitter, but did I unfollow you.. no.”

He tried to justify his comments in a separate tweet sent one hour later. “This is my platform to communicate how I see fit. If you don’t like it, I honestly don’t give a s**t. The reason I have the following I do is because I am real. I am a b**ch to people who are b***hy. And sweet to those who aren’t. I don’t filter my thoughts and never will.”

Billy was slammed on Twitter throughout his tirade. “Get a f***ing grip dude,” writer Evan Ross Katz wrote in response to his comments.

He mocked people who criticized him for his initial tweet, calling them “snowflakes” later on in the day. Billy also promoted an upcoming event, where he encouraged everyone to make out with him, even “fat boys”.

https://twitter.com/BillySantoroXXX/status/1111391775506292737

36 thoughts on “Porn Star Billy Santoro Says He Won’t Film With ‘Fat’ People”

  1. The horse called, it wants it’s face back. He has a hell of a nerve with a face like a smacked ar*e to be criticizing anyone else fat or thin, fit or not he’s lucky anyone wants to shag him! But then, they do have to be paid to do it do t they….

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  2. There’s nothing wrong with having an opinion and judging people. We all make judgement-calls constantly throughout the day… not all of them being nice or kind. But when you post your knee-jerk opinions and judgments online for the world to see, then you show everyone what you are. Brainless. Frankly, no one sees or cares how you’ve rationalized your nastiness in your mind. You simply look like an ass. In this case, an ape-faced, horse toothed ass.

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  3. Attraction is not just physical, it’s about attitude, his comments have only served to prove that people cannot photoshop their personality! Equally calling people ‘snowflakes’ is an appalling attitude to have. Lots of people have commented on ‘our community’ however it is sad to say, we no longer have a community- communities find common bonds to strengthen themselves and support each other – that do not expose differences and use them to hurt each other.

    Billy can remove his comment from public view but you can never take back what has already been said.

    I will ensure I never find his success and when his career is over I hope his future partner(s) aren’t as fickle or damning!

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  4. Here’s why this was a bad idea for Billy Santoro to publicly announce his preference on Twitter and for him to try his damndest to defend it. To some of you you may reflect and share the body image Billy adores. I hold no ill will against anyone if you do. Stating your preferences (ignoring his rudeness of how he addressed his preferences) is usually not an issue if you’re seeking casual encounters at a club, bathhouse or wherever. But Billy Santoro is a porn star with a fan base who fantasize about having sex with Billy Santoro while watching his movies/scenes. Announcing your preference as a porn star will not only turn away these fans, but also force studios to reconsider their involvement with Billy Santoro because of it. Remember, porn is a fantasy and once you announce a bit of your reality into the world such as preferences, politics, world views, relationships, etc. you’ve destroyed your career. This is why Billy Santoro back tracked so feverishly and removed his post.

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  5. Steven, you make a valid point: That Shallowness and Bullying occasionally hold each other’s “hand”. And, that Narcissism can–at times–hold THEIR theoretical “hands”. One of the solutions against this, is by not just ACCEPTING everyone for their perceived differences, but–also–APPLAUDING them for those precisely different aspects as well. Then, people that voice opinions like Mr. Santoro’s will be perceived as being within the easily dismissive minority.

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  6. Said the porn star who’s trying to compensate for the questionable size of his organ. I watched a couple of short scenes on PornHub and he actually works to make sure you don’t see his penis in a couple of the scenes, and in the other, he looks about average as opposed to someone like Colby Keller or Zak Spears. I bet he drives a muscle car fast to draw attention to himself and to compensate for his size, too!

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  7. I do agree that there are many that feel drawn to a specific, physical type [And, oftentimes, owing to the homoerotic images of what others would want the community to deem to be “acceptable”.]. Hopefully, there is not a “vast majority” of others that would believe that someone with weight upon them, is–somehow–“unattractive”. I, Thank-Goodness, [AND, Thank my Intellect] find myself immune to shallow thinking. No matter what size a person is, and no matter how high their cheekbones, discerning whether you connect with them EMOTIONALLY, is a good start to potential interaction; Erotic and otherwise.—-To discern if one is a GOOD HUMAN BEING; as foremost. I also agree with another’s previous comment about some being so easily offended.—I tend not to be so upset about Billy Santoro’s personal point of view; Due–in part–to the fact that being upset, is–exactly–what our political enemies would want for us. And, I am not one for senselessly going after the jugular-vein of my own, “community-kind”, so the bigoted opposition can smile and say, “Good; They’re squandering their energies; toward destroying each other.”

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  8. There is a HUGE difference between saying something like “I will only film with people who are fit” and “I will not film with people who are fat.” but I think the purpose of his post was actually to make fun of people who might have been super fit in the past and maybe they aren’t now. I see a lot of comments from people saying he has guts for not being PC or for not sweettalking. Well, I call that lack of manners and simply being an asshole. You can express your preferences without putting other people down. I wonder if the same people defending him would be as cavalier if he said something like “I will not film with Asians, who wants to see their small penises” or “I will not film with retards, can you imagine how stupid they would look,” but the gay community is the best at shaming whatever “they” consider to be out of the norm or not up to their standards.

    From a purely personal point of view, I don’t find him attractive and I respect his choice of making a living with his body, through working out however many hours a day and who knows what else so he can keep trying to look as fit as possible to appeal to the widest possible audience when filming porn. Imagine how he would feel when much younger porn stars refuse to film with him because he’s way older than them, that must sting! No amount of muscles will make up for the fact he’s on his way out and there is no porn star retirement fund so hopefully he has been intelligent with his savings (he can always work as a personal trainer, hopefully, and if he’s lucky all his client will be uber fit and not fat and hoping to get in shape).

    I wonder if he has a “no fatties” disclaimer in his Rentmen profile or wherever he advertises his escort services. The least he could do is be consistent and put his money where his money (and his Twitter) is.

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    • Ricardo, your response is EXCEPTIONAL!—Not only is it very well-thought out, it provides a multi-faceted insight into different scenarios that inspire me to want to know what Mr. Santoro DOES believe about such options like working with a weighted person via his Rentmen profile. Or, what he may think about being in erotic films with sexually-consenting adults that may be–medically–deemed to be a little slowed of thinking. I believe that your writing succeeds in prompting us all–Billy Santoro included–unto examining a few more facets of this conversational-“gemstone”. As well as prompting us all unto seeing “a few chapters ahead” into one’s future…Billy Santoro’s included.

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      • Thanks Aidan. It just bothers me to no end that the most hurtful, insulting, demeaning, shallow, and vapid comments about gay men are usually made by other gay men. As for Mr. Santoro, I admit freely I’m not his biggest fan (he’s not my type physically) but even if I were, I could never come to his defense after such a boneheaded comment like his. Too many people in this world need to learn that there is a humongous difference between “no, thanks, not interested” and “get lost, you loser.” The first one is called manners and preference, the second one is called lack of education and lack of respect for your fellow human beings

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  9. I’m not sure how people can be shocked or offended by this. This is literally a narcissistic idiot that spends his life in a gym so he looks pretty enough to fuck people for money. Why would it be shocking that he would expect his partners to be in the same vein? Our community is so obsessed with abs, muscles, ass….. this isn’t shocking to me at all.

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  10. Pfft. The vast majority of people do not want to have sex with fat people… even fat people. We’re just not allowed to express it because it hurts feelings?
    He works very hard to keep the physique he has. He should be able to specify he wants the same in a partner. I’m so tired of people being so easily upset or offended. Do you think he gives a rat’s ass that some of you are calling him ugly?
    The shitty Republicans are right about one thing: we’re a society of snowflakes.
    If being called fat upsets you, put down the soda and go out for a walk.

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    • Which problem?
      The out of control obesity issues plaguing America?
      Or the problem that people get so completely outraged over a comment made by someone they don’t even know.

      I have compassion for people. I understand that a lot of people have unrealistic standards of fit, and I’m annoyed when some idiots call a guy with a few extra pounds fat (which, to be fair, probably falls under this topic). I spent 25 years being overweight and unhappy and did something about it. I put down the soda and went for a walk. There are still guys out there that would call me fat because I’m not ripped from head to toe… and I couldn’t give less of a fuck about those guys.

      But we are all allowed to have our own preferences and this concept of being offended if a guy wants a fit partner, or tends to be attracted to a certain race, or has a preference for masculine guys has gotten way out of control.
      The only problem that I’m part of is not thinking everyone has to walk on eggshells to not offend me. I don’t care if someone is fat, overweight, chubby, etc. Are you going to get mad if I am not interested in sleeping with them?

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      • I don’t think there is any problem at all with having preferences (I have a VERY racist dick, I will be the first one to admit) but the difference is in how you express those preferences. The first thing you have to realize is that everybody has feelings so why go out of your way to hurt those feelings when whatever you have to say can be said without being insulting and hurtful.

        I commend you on your weight loss and on your self assurance but remember that when kids hear things like what he said, they take it to heart as one more thing they are “wrong” for or one more thing that makes them “not fit.” I agree that we cannot walk on eggshells but there is also no need to stomp like an elephant when expressing one’s opinions

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    • I can honestly accept a person telling me “sorry, you’re not my type” versus how he addressed it. He has every right to tell a person they’re not attractive, however being rude and telling a guy they’re fat the way he did is insulting. Secondly, you need to learn more about the gay community beyond what you assume to be true. Fat men do have sex with fat men (aka Chub4Chubs) and there are many thin/athletic men who appreciates the beauty of a large man.

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    • You can say anything you want. But there has be no time in history when being opinionated windbag has been perceived as anything other than antagonistic and low-rent. You can call people “snowflakes” if you want. But the reality is all of these anti-PC MAGATs find themselves tweetraging during their 3am Bud Light/burrito craps whenever they feel slighted. So it’s a mistake for you to suggest that these trigger-happy Trump rednecks are somehow enlightened. Santoro is a middle aged adult. You’d think that he would have learned how to exist among a wide variety of people without posting his random dumb thoughts on social media.

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  11. Some idiots find if you gain 5 to 10 pounds your fat …the Gay community should really refrain from shaming anybody considering all the crap the LGBTQ had to endure ..yes he has the right to choose who he wants to be with by why advertise his neanderthal beliefs give it a couple of years the new generational LGBTQ people will come in and think he is a nobody it already started …I do believe in Karma everyone should keep their thoughts to themselves its 2019 grow up (coming from a former thick gay man now considered too skinny)

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    • “I’m not a fan of your fat body rolling all over twitter” is in fact, fat shaming. Plus his post script later in the day, “come up and kiss me, even the fat boys”. You might take a look inside instead. I love how even you won’t use the word “fat” to describe .yourself, but you do use the word “skinny”. So truly funny.

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  12. Billy is saying who he’s into, and it’s not fat people. Nobody is obligated to be into everybody. How is this “body shaming”? Someone saying they don’t like an X kind of body, so anyone with that sort of physique collapses into a pile of insecure mush? Billy did not say “I think fat people are bad”, just not what he’s into, and if guys he once had a time with who are now fat want to get with him again, he wants them to loose weight. People are free to be into who they’re into, and it may not be you. I don’t expect to be everyone’s choice either.

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  13. He didn’t seemingly mock fat people. He was engaging in Body Shaming, which is a huge issue in the Gay community, and the author of this piece seems to have drastically over-looked! I have been speaking out against Body Shaming for years as it always strike me as strange that Body Shamers occasionally call me out for incorrectly suggesting that we deserve their affection despite the fact that they find anyone else to be repulsive!

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