Broke Straight Boys is a reality-based docu-series that explores the world of “Gay for Pay”, a term used to describe when straight men do gay porn for money. The show focuses on the people involved in this taboo and unconventional lifestyle, exploring the dynamic relationships between the owner of BluMedia, Mark Erickson, his business staff and the young men who choose to do gay porn to supplement their income by performing for the adult website, brokestraightboys.com. As dysfunctional a family as you will ever find, this group of colorful characters keep you mesmerized at every moment. From seeing them rehearse scenes in the studio to hearing their unbelievable perspective on life, money and the pursuit of porn, you won’t be able to look away, even when you want to.

13 thoughts on “Welcome – Episode 1

  1. Each time I see two “straight” guys having sex and really enjoying themselves I think to myself “there are two more gay converts.”

  2. I truly know what it’s like to make love to a straight man …

  3. You are not straight if you have sex with a guy more then once. Once means your curious more than a couple of times is you are at least hi sexual. They are just selling an idea or a fantasy all gay guys have.

  4. I don’t believe they are straight. If they do sex with other guys, they are gay no more and no less. I am straight and I would not have a hard on if I’m with a guy.

  5. i just don’t know, as someone who is gay and sleeps with only straight guys FOR FREE i just don’t know. i believe human being are sexual deviants and to each their own to how open of a mind we choose to have when it comes to sexual relations or experience with one another, also i slept with and dated women for 9 years of my life and didnt hate it but prefer sex with men so would i fuck a woman today if payed, HELL YEAH but would i choose to probably not if i’m sober. should this classify me as gay or bisexual….? Magic question, does sleeping with men make someone gay…? you tell me!! i believe we are free spirits that shouldn’t live in society’s norm of labels and classifications when all it does it keep us from freely expressing ourselves in connection with how we are feeling when we are interested in pursuing something that is classified as the norm of life. I do me and i support these men in their line of work but i will say don’t hold on to the labels to much because who cares just work bitch!!

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