Is this proof that Sean of Sean Cody loves to play with his hole in his personal life?

Sean returned to Sean Cody three months ago. So far, he had four scenes released as the top.

His latest bottom introduced Cole where one of the photos showed Sean’s hole.

14 thoughts on “Is this proof that Sean of Sean Cody loves to play with his hole in his personal life?

  1. Looks like it’s gotten a pretty good workout .

    Didn’t you used to do occasional pictures under the heading “The hole of”. I remember seeing one about Connor from CF and Kurt Wilde. I used to enjoy those

  2. Trumpster Sean is disgusting White trash. He looks so old and washed up now. He said that he hated gay sex and that he didn’t plain on staying in the industry for long. That was 8 years ago. His slutty, used hole looks like a worn out vagina.

    1. As always, the leftist trash friendly to the Castro dictatorship, itself the same one that locked up homosexuals in concentration camps (UMAP) and the rest of the dictatorships like Putin, Daniel Ortega in Nicaragua or Maduro in Venezuela, does not respect and always insults those who defend the ideas of freedom. Commies, you suck. Be as always sexy as hell and big dick

      1. You cite left-wing populist dictatorships as if we don’t know these kinds of regimes track record in regards of homosexuality.

        Sorry to break it to you, but most of us do.

        Most dictatorships in general used (and still use) gay men as a common public enemy in order to keep their political base mobilized, using the topic as a smokescreen to their own shady practices. All of this is very well documented.

        The difference is that at least Castro issued a public apology in regards to he and his regime poor treatment of gay men, which is at least something compared to our average right-wing dictator.

      2. You’re just another ignorant, confused individual with bad taste and no self-respect. Sean/Ben “loves” and supports Trump. Here’s a list of attacks the Trump-Pence administration has levied against LGBTQ people:

        Opposition to the Equality Act: Despite support from almost every segment of the U.S. population and a majority of Republicans, President Trump opposed the Equality Act. In May, the House passed the Equality Act, voting to guarantee critical non-discrimination protections for LGBTQ people among other crucial rights.

        Appointed anti-LGBTQ judges: Trump has appointed anti-LGBTQ judges with alarming anti-LGBTQ records to appointments at every level of the judicial system, including anti-equality Supreme Court Justices Gorsuch and Kavanaugh and federal nominees Kacsmaryk, Mateer, Bounds, Vitter. Menashi and others.

        Joked about Pence’s desire to hang LGBTQ people: In 2017, Trump joked about Vice President Pence’s anti-gay agenda saying “Don’t ask that guy—he wants to hang them all!”

        In the Workplace:

        Supported employment discrimination against LGBTQ people: The Trump administration submitted amicus briefs to the U.S. Supreme Court supporting discrimination against LGBTQ people.

        Banned transgender service members from the military: Against the expert advice of military leadership, medical authorities, budget analysts, 70% of Americans and the armed forces of allied countries, Trump and Pence banned transgender people from serving in the military.

        Rolled back Obama-era non-discrimination protections: Trump’s Department of Justice upended previous DOJ interpretations of the Civil Rights Act that protect transgender and non-binary workers from employment discrimination and ceased enforcing non-discrimination protections as well as taking a hostile stance to LGBTQ workers in court.

        Issued rule to license discrimination: Trump’s Department of Labor issued a regulation designed to allow federal contractors to claim a religious exemption to fire LGBTQ workers because of their sexual orientation or gender identity.

        Kicked people living with HIV out of the military because of their status: The Department of Defense instituted a “Deploy or Get Out” policy, which would remove military personnel living with HIV from service solely because of their status.

        Created a hostile work environment for LGBTQ federal employees: According to Politico: “[The Trump administration] fostered a climate where six staffers who are LGBT described removing their wedding rings before coming to work in the morning, taking down photos of their partners and families or ultimately finding new jobs further away from certain political appointees. They did not want to be identified; two said they feared being reassigned for being gay.”

        In Health Care:

        Undermine Section 1557 Rule: HHS published a proposed major change to the administrative rule interpreting Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to remove explicit protections for LGBTQ people in healthcare programs and activities by excluding LGBTQ people from protections from discrimination based on sex stereotyping and gender identity.

        Advocated for the elimination of the entire Affordable Care Act: The Justice Department issued a legal filing arguing that the entirety of the Affordable Care Act should be overturned. This move would jeopardize health care for over 130 million people with preexisting conditions like HIV and eliminate non-discrimination protections for LGBTQ people.

        Created a Religious Discrimination Division: HHS created a new office whose sole purpose would be to defend physicians and other medical professionals who decide to refuse care, including to LGBTQ patients.

        Proposed cutting over $1.35 billion from PEPFAR budget: In his proposed FY 2019 budget, Trump cut $1.35 billion from, or 29% of PEPFAR’s budget. PEPFAR is the U.S. government program that fights AIDS abroad.

        In Schools:

        Guidance for Schools on Transgender Students: The Departments of Education and Justice eliminated Obama-era guidance clarifying that schools must treat transgender students consistent with their gender identity. This encourages schools officials to permit harassment of transgender students, deny access to facilities consistent with gender identity, and refuse to use correct names and pronouns — all inflicting untold emotional harm.

        Rejected Complaints From Transgender Students: The Department of Education refused to respond to civil complaints filed by transgender students, including those who were barred from using bathrooms that correspond with their gender identity. This increases the burden for transgender students to combat these harmful policies.

        Suggested it is acceptable for schools to discriminate against LGBTQ students while accepting tax-payer funds: Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos has refused to rule out federal funding for schools that discriminate against LGBTQ students and has declined to state she would otherwise intervene should discrimination occur.

        Sexual Assault: DeVos rescinded Title IX rules related to schools’ obligations to address sexual harassment, including sexual violence. By eliminating the Obama-era rules, DeVos increased the standard of proof from “preponderance of the evidence” to “clear and convincing evidence” making it more difficult for survivors of sexual assault to obtain justice. LGBTQ people are disproportionately affected by sexual assault and harassment, and the stigma that many LGBTQ people face can make it more difficult for survivors to report.

        Eliminated language protecting LGBTQ children participating in the 4-H program: The Trump-Pence Administration ordered 4-H programs to remove a policy specifically welcoming LGBTQ children in the 4-H program, which led to the firing of an official who protested.

        Used Title IX to discriminate against trans students: the Department of Education claimed that school policies allowing trans youth to participate in sports consistent with their gender identity violated federal law and threatened to withhold funds.

        In Housing:

        Allowed emergency shelters to deny access to transgender and gender nonconforming people: Despite the fact that LGBTQ people are significantly more likely to experience homelessness in their lives, HUD Secretary Ben Carson has proposed a rule to permit emergency shelters to deny access or otherwise discriminate against transgender and gender nonconforming peoplewho are homeless.
        HUD also canceled a scheduled survey on LGBTQ homelessness.

        Placed transgender incarcerated persons in the wrong prison: The Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) rolled back an Obama-era policy that housed transgender prisoners consistent with their gender identity. With transgender people experiencing sexual assault at higher rates than average, this decision only puts them at further risk of assault.

        In Families:

        Allowed foster care programs to discriminate while accepting tax-payer funds: Trump-Pence White House has proposed a federal regulation that would strip away nondiscrimination requirements and permit all Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) grant recipients, notably adoption and foster care agencies, to discriminate against LGBTQ people, and in many circumstances religious minorities and women, and still receive federal funding.

        Refused visas to partners of diplomats: The State Department began refusing visas for same-sex partners of some diplomats and U.N. workers if they are not married.

        Changed rules to deny surrogate born children citizenship: The Trump Administration has interpreted immigration rules specifically so the child of a same-sex couple born abroad via surrogate would be considered “born out of wedlock” and making it more difficult to obtain U.S. citizenship.

        In Representation:

        Erased transgender people: Trump’s HHS proposed a new definition that would narrowly define sex as either male or female, unchangeable, and determined by birth. According to the New York Times: “The new definition would essentially eradicate federal recognition of the estimated 1.4 million [transgender] Americans.” In addition, agency staff, including those at the Centers for Disease Control, have been instructed to stop using the word transgender in official reports.

        Eliminated information on LGBTQ rights, mentions, and representation on government websites: Within hours of Trump’s swearing-in, pages on LGBTQ rights and recognition were removed from government websites, including the White House.

        Blocked questions regarding sexual orientation from consideration for the census: Trump and Pence have sought to block questions on sexual orientation from the census in order to erase LGBTQ people from official counts. This would, in turn, prevent the collection of crucial data that could help improve government programs and resources for LGBTQ people.

        Refused to recognize LGBTQ people in National AIDS day Address: Despite being the community most affected by the epidemic, Vice President Pence has consistently refused to acknowledge LGBTQ people in his addresses on National AIDS day.

        In the World:

        Refusing LGBTQ asylum seekers fleeing violence: Trump issued an executive order to create further obstacles for all people seeking to enter the U.S., preventing refugees from escaping some of the most anti-LGBTQ regimes in the world.

        Embassy Pride Flags: Pence defended the State Department directive to ban U.S. embassies across the world from flying the LGBTQ Pride Flag during Pride Month.

        Left the U.N. Human Rights Council: Trump and Pence, over LGBTQ and other issues, removed the United States from the U.N. Human Rights Council.

        Chechnya: Trump and Pence refused to condemn attacks on LGBTQ people in Chechnya, where atrocities against queer people are horrific and ongoing.

        Brunei: The Trump-Pence administration has refused to condemn a Brunei law that imposes barbaric punishments on LGBTQ people, including death by stoning, torture and whipping.

        1. I totally get your viewpoint here. However, it was ultra leftists who got Trump elected. Those Susan Sarandon types who couldn’t get themselves to vote for Hillary Clinton in 2016. Trump was voted into office by 77,000 people in 3 states. PA and MI turned red in 2016, because ultra liberals in those states decided to throw their votes for Jill Stein or wrote in Bernie Sanders for president.

          I am more mad at people like Susan Sarandon, who thinks (up to now!) that there is no difference between Trump and Clinton. THEY’RE the reason our country went to pot for those 4 years.

      3. Vic fanfatal, watch this video closely:

        youtube.com/watch?v=6puaOaYhmDU

        ^ That’s the administration that Sean/Ben “loves” and will “always support”.

      4. Ugh. Why?! You should know never to discuss politics on a place like this. I personally try to avoid it as best as I can. First off.. Left, right. Makes no difference. Nobody has a choice. You’re being lulled into a false sense of security, thinking you do. They’re criminals on both sides of the fence and neither side will ever have our best interest at heart when all is said and done. You gain one freedom just to lose another.

  3. I don’t like it. Yes Sean has a huge cock but he is better as a bottom. Seeing Sean huge cock hard while riding a dick such a sight. Sean Cody wasting this stud. I don’t understand why a man with a massive penis has to be the top?

  4. I don’t bother with the politics of most porn “stars,” they want to keep their money and paycheck, and will vote accordingly.Even despite the party they vote for hates porn and they publicly oppose it. That is the joke of the century. Stormy Daniels votes republican. None of the work directly effects my life and most porn performers are a dime a dozen.

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