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I Tried To Kill Myself After Gay Porn Outed Me

If Corbin Fishergate doesn’t ring a bell to you, you haven’t been paying attention to your gay porn studio news this month, obviously. These things happen though. Here’s what went down in a nutshell: Corbin Fisher sues illegal downloaders. Are they outing gay teens? CF calls outing gay teens “Laughable”; […]

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Corbin Fishergate: We’re LIBERATING Gays By Suing Them

Another day, another episode in the ongoing Corbin Fishergate scandal. If you’re just joining the party, catch up here: Corbin Fisher Calls Gays “Thieving Little Shits” CF Thinks Outing Gay Teens Is “Laughable” Good? Good. A UB reader sent us another ridiculous email from the porn company, telling us “This […]

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Capitol Hillbillies Does Corbin Fisher – So Good!

We couldn’t have said it any better ourselves. Click to enlarge and view this strip in all its glory. Capitol Hillbillies follows a couple of gay guys up in Seattle and their sexual, political, and romantic mis-adventures. Because sodomy is funny. Previously in Fishergate: CF Calls Gay Teens “Thieving Little […]

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Corbin Fisher Is Still Suing Mad

We wrote last week about gay porn powerhouse Corbin Fisher’s ill conceived plan to sue 40,000 illegal file-sharers, and how those lawsuits would inadvertently out closeted gay teens to their parents. You know who steals downloads porn off the internet for free? Teenagers. People without credit cards. Kids under 18 […]

Corbin Fisher and his titular studio are near the top of the list when it comes to gay pornography on the web. (At least, to paraphrase Gene Belcher, if you like white people.)

As good as Corbin Fisher’s porn is, though, they had a scandal a few years back. In 2011, the studio started suing people who were pirating their content. That’s good right? Piracy is bad!

Sadly, a lot of those people pirating their content were closeted gay teens without any other method of seeing pornography and exploring that side of their sexuality. Being sued outed these teens to their parents — and some kids were kicked out of their homes while others contemplated or attempted suicide.

On Fisher’s side though, he said that by suing people for pirating his gay short films, the studio was liberating them — by forcing them out of the closet. While we agree that people should come out when they can do so safely — the key word there is safely.

Of course, that was years ago — and they haven’t been in the news for outing anyone via lawsuit lately, so we think they learned their lesson.