Tyler Wu, Fetish Men, Jaxon & Sean Cody

The owners of Peter Fever gave Tyler Wu his own site – Wu Boyz.

And, they launched the new site of Dominic Pacifico – Fetish Men.

A memoriam of Jaxon at Club Amateur USA.

I, first, met Jaxon in May 2002 when I flew from Seattle to Kansas City for a week-long job interview with Doug at ASG. Jaxon was 18 years-old & fresh out of high school; I was a 32 year-old wanting to be fresh out of the gray, rain, & earthquakes of the PNW.

As the oldest, Jaxon helped rear his siblings while their mother worked to keep them fed & clothed, and Jaxon was an "old soul" due to his circumstances in life. We hit it off, immediately, when we met. He was my first KCMO friend.

We, soon, learned that a queer liberal from Seattle & an open-minded, str8, 18 y/o from Olathe, Kansas, had much to teach & learn from each other. The universe always works in the most wonderful & mysterious of ways.

Soon, I was tutoring Jaxon all of my English & Grammar knowledge while proofreading & editing his freshman-level papers, and Jaxon taught me how to be forthright in my progressive convictions without being overbearing (that was pre-Trump), and he & his group of KS / MO recent high-school-graduate friends were fully LGBT allies. That's the way the world worked in 2002.

After I moved to Scottsdale in 2003, Jaxon & his friends would stay with me when they wanted / needed a break from KCMO.

Jaxon went onto medical school after KSU, and throughout, we stayed in regular contact. When he was potentially lost in an Atlantic hurricane, his mother, brother, & I coordinated our efforts ensuring that he was safe & healthy.

More recently, Jaxon graduated from medical school & was completing his residency in a smaller southern town. Due to the hell that is a medical residency, we didn't stay in regular contact, and Jaxon stopped updating his social media.

A few weeks ago when tornadoes created catastrophic & tragic destruction, damage, & death, I awakened the next morning & googled to see if Jaxon's town was hit. Once I learned that he was in the clear, I didn't want to bother him during his residency & during an increasingly devastating pandemic. So, I just went about my day…

Over the years, I've learned that when someone is on your mind (out of nowhere), do not ignore your gut feeling. On Thursday, Hydro messaged me to let me know that Jaxon suddenly passed away last Tuesday, and leaving behind his wife & young daughter, Jaxon's is a cautionary tale.

It wasn't him being a frontline doctor during a global pandemic that cost Jaxon his life; it was whatever coach… whatever personal trainer who first convinced Jaxon in high school that steroids were the answer to his desire for increased athleticism.

Today, I'm not blaming anyone who, 20 years ago, convinced Jaxon to take steroids. He's had free-will for the past 20 years. And gawd knows, Jaxon & I had many a go-round about his ongoing usage.

No, today, if Jaxon were still here, I would shake him, smack him, & yell, "You're a doctor! You know better!"

Sadly… grievously, I can't do that to my friend since his heart gave out at 38 years of age. 

Too young; too soon.

"Jaxon" March 1983 – December 2021

Sean Cody with another model who will bottom for the first time to be released next week.

And, Sean Cody asked their followers on Twitter to fill up a survey.

6 thoughts on “Tyler Wu, Fetish Men, Jaxon & Sean Cody

  1. I thought Sean Cody couldn’t get any worse… but now it appears to be actively considering junking its brand, which was built on masculine, muscular college jocks, and shifting toward fem boys, bears, and (I think I need to barf) FTM? There’s nothing wrong with a hot young hairy guy, a jock who’s also kind of a twink, or even a “daddy” who is super fit and in his 30s, but sometimes variety is NOT the spice of life–especially when a site is well-established and known for delivering certain types of guys.

    1. You’re right because what will happen is that the scenes and studio become like all the other ones. Nothing stands out and nothing has originality. Just look at Chaos Men. Once upon a time they gave me the same vibes as SC and now the same rat pack of guys are the only ones who are featured there.

      Just another example of how the gay porn realm has declined majorly and have become one note.

      1. And we all have MindGeek to thank for this travesty.

        They really want to shove as much PiV sex as possible in gay porn, don’t they? It’s their mission statement at this point.

  2. Does Tyler Wu really have the following and lead way for his own studio? It’s like Reno Gold and what used to be Colby’s Crew. Giving studios to these guys aren’t making any sense. Tyler is handsome but I’m just not sure his range is exclusive studio worthy.

    I’ve never been a fan of Dominic Pacifico and lately there’s been some scenes he’s taking part of that aren’t my cup of tea whatsoever so… his studio is a dud for me.

    That’s very sad to hear about Jaxon. I believe we never really take an account of the things that we do when we’re younger that may comeback to haunt us once we get into our adulthood. Steroid usage is brutal. It may give the instant gratification and results but it’s a nightmare on the body. Besides all that, Jaxon seemed to be a pretty decent, friendly and intelligent man.

  3. The videos at FetishMen aren’t new, the content is recycled from Raw Hole.

    Dominic Pacifico first had an eponymous site, Dominic Pacifico of course, then he started a new one called Raw Hole. The vids from the first site were rolled over into the second. Raw Hole primarily filmed men from Latin America so Dominic Pacifico became a category of that site.

    Now this new site, FetishMen, has videos rolled over from the original Dominic Pacifico site and some from Raw Hole.

    It’s all kind of a mess. Dominic Pacifico, the person/producer, makes hot videos. But he lacks focus; spinning off “new” sites instead of creating more original content and growing the library of a single one to draw/retain subscribers. Dominic performing at other sites doesn’t help. Makes his own sites come off as side projects and not a business aiming for success to turn a profit and pay himself a salary.

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