Owen Gold aka Ethan removed from ever existing in a TV reality show due to his gay porn past

He was first known as Owen Gold at My Friends’ Feet before he became Ethan at Corbin Fisher.

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Ethan won as your favorite model for March 2020.

Owen aka Ethan is headline news today from mainstream media because his appearance on Love Island (day 26 to 28), a CBS Reality TV show, was suddenly removed from ever existing on their show and social media accounts.

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Corbin Fisher sent out this statement.

36 thoughts on “Owen Gold aka Ethan removed from ever existing in a TV reality show due to his gay porn past

  1. Total discrimination! The TV Network wouldn’t kick him out if he did only straight porn. Plus it doesn’t make sense when the whole show is about straight people hooking up with each other. Hopefully, Ethan is doing okay. Genuinely a bit worried for him, since MORE people are finding out that he did gay porn and this happened because the show kicked him out.

  2. There’s a show about straight White people hooking up with each other when they’re not married and they’re doing it for a show and are getting paid for it? They’re basically whores.

  3. It makes sense … Bible belters are usually the target audience for these shitty reality shows.
    I’m surprised noon of the gay producers recognized him.

  4. “…removed from ever existing…”
    So, they re-edited the episodes he already appeared in and removed all his scenes for the shows appearing On Demand? That would seem like A LOT of work!

  5. Should there be a reason why to back him? Doesn’t seem bi, not gay. Complete g4p. What about his personal life? Trump supporter?
    I don’t need to mobilize a social justice campaign for some straight guy that could potentially support a group of people politically that totally disapprove of him being a sex worker

  6. Sounds as if someone recognized him. Oh well. I think if you are a guy who does porn, society looks on it worse than a female who does. Especially gay porn.

  7. I hope he told his parents and love interest about the gay porn before the world found out. Otherwise Thanksgiving might be awkward.

  8. ” To each his own “: CBS alined itself with the mainstream society because even presenting a sleazy kinda of show, in a ‘ moral and ethical ” scale CBS is still placed above CF and all porn companies as its products aren’t porn.

  9. While I agree with the sentiment and the logic of the Corbin Fisher tweet,I can’t help but wonder if the timing of releasing a video a week before his debut on the network show (and a prior tweet congratulating him on being cast) were attempts to exploit the situation for their own reward.

  10. Has it been confirmed that his porn work is the reason why he is off the show? Are we sure CBS let him go or could he have left on his own?

  11. I’m not saying I agree with the network’s decision or anything, but a straight guy with his own internalized homophobic tendencies (hiding his gay porn past because he’s probably embarrasssed or ashamed) being affected by structural homophobia is a bit pleasing to witness. I’m sorry if I sound harsh, but these straight guys want to gain fame and earn money from the gay community and then completely ignore our struggles and act holier than thou and seeing one of them suffer a small fraction of the pain we spend all our lives fighting against is a bit well deserving in my opinion.

  12. Okay, maybe I have to take what would be construed as the “conservative” viewpoint (or at least the pragmatic one), but….
    How did you not see this coming? How could he not? I realize we say that individuals who involve themselves in sex work or porn are at times “desperate” or “not thinking things through”, but dumbing down sexworkers is just as harmful as infantilizing them (and saying they were too young to make smart decisions).
    The sucky, ugly truth is that there is a subset of occupations in this world that carry an odious price tag, and porn is one of them. Should it be that way? Absolutely not. However, simply saying “sex work is work” isn’t changing mindds, or the deep structural alignment problems Americans have with open and frank discussions and depictions of sex, sexuality, and erotics.
    It absolutely blows (no pun intended) that being a sex worker might mean the end of your career aspirations, your relationships, or your familial connections. It is awful that if you choose that option, you have to trust people “getting around” your past and coming to accept it.
    Unlike some other countries (where sex workers have literally become elected politicians), the US puritanical belief shows slow or little signs of abatement (and don’t feed me that line about ‘progressive generations’ – because if the generation that did ‘free love’ and literally had sex in public is now too prudish for this now that they are in their 60s, then its firm proof that people get more conservative as they age, and its destined to happen to every younger generation to a degree).
    Sex work becomes, in many ways, what sociology calls a “master status” a category that has an overarching impact on your life. It seems, sadly if you choose sex work and decide to leave, your options might be limited (or based on people never finding out your past, or having to explain it over and over).

  13. And you are very dumb. Why are ya’ll acting like something horrible happened to him? We’ve faced much worse in our lives and these straight guys think they can come into our circle, exploit us for money and fame and they leave us to face all the crap the world throws at us without a care. It’s nice to see that at least one of them is feeling a tenth of the difficulty we face every single day of our lives. Maybe that will teach him some compassion.

  14. Your response and argument was very well put and could allow the reader or the person debating you possibly think about your opinion objectively. Unfortunately you started your statement name calling. Which at times can negate the point you’re trying to make.

  15. Well, I don’t mean to sound like a 5-year-old, but he did call me sick first, which is a very harsh thing to say to someone making a point based on arguments.

  16. CBS is frau central and has that dumbass god scoail media show so… But I am not sure his porn work could be the issue. There were several people who appeared on their network gained reality fame, then has done some sort of softcore or hardcore type porn. Though they appeared on tv first before porn so…

  17. It’s very likely he lied about/omitted his porn past when he applied to be on the show. That is probably the basis on which he was canned. I’m guessing the reality show people from straight porn admitted it when they applied.
    Just a guess.

  18. He was contractually obligated to disclose all previous jobs and he didn’t so that’s grounds for termination.

  19. If i were him, i will be very creative with this fame. Isnt this how some female reality tv person started and become millionaires?!?!

  20. It doesn’t matter. He could have done just one bi scene and all the rest straight, but it would be enough to string him up. Mainstream television will never accept a MAN who’s done same sex porn. It wouldn’t even be an issue for a woman to have done a lesbian scene, but not a man…never a man.

  21. You said it yourself…female. A woman in porn and it could be porn with men or other women, is looked on far kinder than a man who has done gay porn.
    I don’t know why the double standard, but if a man tries to make his way on mainstream television and it’s revealed he’s ever done a single gay, bi or trans porn video, then it’s over for him.
    He’ll either return to porn and make a go of it, or retreat from everything and everyone. It’s very sad and a lot of people are supporting him, but they’re not in the position to do anything to change things.
    I don’t know if that guy who was kicked out of college actually got to attend. If that guy who worked at a Subway was ever able to work for the chain again, etc.

  22. Hello-
    when I heard the news my first thought was simple- with all
    gay guys in t.v. which includes CBS I can’t believe no one
    realized who he was.

  23. Given the reason for his removal from the show, I wonder had he disclosed all previous work, if he would have been hired? I also wonder how diligently they check the “previous work” of all other contestants. In my opinion if they’re applying that standard in the contract differently based on gender, or giving a pass to persons who have done heterosexual porn– then he may have some grounds to sue. But that would take a lot of investigative work or an attorney who can synthesize all of that research into a lawsuit. In either case, he’s got a bit of a platform based on this to use as quick publicity. But as someone else pointed on on the comments…let’s hope all friends, family and love interests have been clued-in first. z

  24. It’s been true for years that these shows famously never do their research. Look at the number of guys who appear on reality television and turn out to have criminal records. In the UK, a contestant on the Apprentice had been arrested for horrifically beating his girlfriend, etc.
    And 15-years ago…you had Big Brother UK, where one of the contestants had done porn and it was only the viewers who pointed it out.

  25. If any former female reality show contestants had done hardcore adult work, we would have known about it. That stuff gets discovered pretty easily in the age of social media. As such, the likelihood that there are examples to show disparate treatment are pretty slim.
    I’d bet a good chunk of money that he didn’t properly disclose everything during his application/audition. Plus, these mainstream reality shows have access to the best entertainment industry lawyers. As such, their contracts would be as close to bulletproof as possible.
    There’s zero chance he’d win any lawsuit.

  26. Having worked on a reality show I can tell you half the off camera staff are gay. The CD’s knew about this from day one. The only bad PR is no PR.

  27. The whole thing is ridiculously hypocritical, compounded by the actual subject matter of the show – apparently CBS believes it is important to have true amateurs fucking around on the show – and that somehow previous porn work destroys that illusion or some nonsense along those lines. As far as discrimination, etc. I don’t believe that is the case. As others pointed out the key demographic of this pseudo-reality crap is most likely middle-aged women fantasizing about getting banged by the hot young stud. The calculus being a gay porn past would shatter that illusion. The guy lied on his application. Would they have hired him if he admitted to doing gay porn? Maybe, if they could spin it in such a way that would appeal to middle-aged woman fantasies. I don’t think they we’re afraid of boycotts or anything… I mean, come on… you’re going to start a protest because you’re watching straight people engaging in random sex and find out one of the guys had a porn past… doubtful that dog would hunt. He lied, CBS was caught off guard, panicked and cut him loose. Wasn’t about prejudice… it was about fear of losing more ratings on what is already a shitty show.

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