Bareback at Men At Play (tip @ Joe)

Last August, Men At Play released their first bareback scene with the pair-up of Dani Robles & Tyler Berg “Tyler Berg notices a note requesting that he wear a condom; after devouring Dani Robles’ hairy ass, Tyler decides he wants to take things to another level, and stretch that hole with his bare cock instead.”

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Since then, Men At Play released more bareback scenes.

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And, the latest update at Men At Play is the bareback scene of Andy Star & Pierre Alexander.

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8 thoughts on “Bareback at Men At Play (tip @ Joe)

  1. I prefer watching bareback porn not interested in porn with condoms. It is usually the homophobic gay for pay models who insist on condom use.

  2. Thumbs Down. It sucks that Men At Play caved to industry pressure and removed condoms since it promotes safe sex and the gay community only seems to think that HIV is the problem, not the other STI’s that you can get from not wearing a condom.
    I know that porn is fantasy, but I’d rather have a porn star who can work and fulfill a realistic fantasy than one who is sidelined with Syphilis and unable to fulfill fantasies.
    Also, I don’t like that the men in Men At Play are leaving their clothes on for the entire scene. It used to start clothed and then the clothes would come off, which I preferred. Now it’s usually only their pants that come off, well I want to see a muscular chest and maybe some chest hair, not the color of a model’s tie.

  3. No, what was the point of creating Masquilin then? That, and I’ve noticed a dramatic chance of their plots as well. The first bb scene involved stealthing, which is gross and even illegal in some states. Back then the models at least at one point took their clothes off, nowadays you simply can’t see shit and I hate that.
    Well, another studio I’ll gladly skip.

  4. Yes bareback, but the problem with Menatplay is that its scenes are very boring. They focus more on suits than anal sex (dick, ass) … Look, the menatplay is an old site, so they have many traditions as the use of condom, but they need to improve their sex skills with raw gay sex …

  5. Aside from Will Seed, who flip-flops on his beliefs, I don’t see many others that bad up that declaration.
    There’s gayhoopla, but that’s a (semi-budget) studio that doesn’t want to spend any money getting their models tested.
    As far as MAP going bareback, these are the SAME guys that have gone BB for every other site, so it makes no difference.

  6. Actually, quite the opposite. The gay for pay sites were the first to go bareback and the predominately gay sites were the last.
    Straight guys spoiled in their real life without having to use them and naively believed they were immune (and that no one in their real life would find out).
    Gay boys more cautious and more exposed to HIV.

  7. The reality is actually a lot more complicated. First, there were always studios that never went condoms because they were bareback fetishists.(Think treasure island media). IN the early 2000’s there were small indie studios that sometimes didn’t use condoms either because they didn’t care, or they were willing to risk their models because bareback was an untapped market. (think Cobra Video). Some gay for pay studios started experimenting with bareback in 2009-2010, because were probably losing money with the recession and needed a way to boost incomes. Barebacking really started to gain popularity with studios as testing got better (think RNA testing procedures) which allowed studios like corbin fisher, sean cody, Bel Ami to shoot bareback with gay-for pay models because they could easily exclude HIV positive models. That’s why gay own studios have been slow to accept Barebacking until recently. They couldn’t exclude their HIV+ models, so they needed PreP and U=U to feel comfortable with HIV+ models Barebacking HIV- Models.

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