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PHOTOS: Porn Stars Invade Rebel For HustlaBall New York

What’s Columbus Day without Hustlaball?  Since 1998, Rentboy.com has been throwing a wild bash in Times Square celebrating hustlers, drag queens, go-go dancers and porn stars—and since then new Hustlaball events have sprung up in  London, Berlin, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, and Las Vegas.

On Sunday, October 7, the erotic cabaret and dance party at Rebel brought out legendary porn director Chi Chi Larue, who kicked off the fun with a champagne toast with Sister Roma and Ryan Raz. Other adult entertainers making the scene included Vito Gallo, Rafael Alencar, Brent Everett, Tommy Defendi, Jake Steel, Nubius, Drake Jayden and talents from Bel Ami, Channel One Releasing, Hot House, Lucas Entertainment and beyond. There was some good work behind the naughty fun, as a portion of ticket proceeds went to  NYC’s Callen-Lorde Community Health Center.

Photos: Jeffrey James Keyes

Chi Chi LaRue

Trenton Ducati and Tate Ryder

 

 

Sister Roma (right) and Diesel Washington

 

Sebastian Young

 

Chris and Vito Gallo

 

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19 Comments

  • ggreen

    Same old tacky drag queens that will show up for the opening of an envelope. Lots of bad hair by Super Cuts stylists, unfortunate tattoos (not ironic, attractive or edgy) and some faces as ugly as homemade sin. The London version looked 100x hotter. Sorry fail IMO.

  • Dumdum

    Somebody fetch me some smellin salts, I’m gettin the vapors!!!

  • DerekR

    @ggreen: You tearing people down says a whole lot more about you (tons) than those you are being critical of.

    As much as I want to call you a toxic douche bag, I won’t because why put myself on such a low level (and point out the obvious)?

  • NateB79

    @EdWoody: I saw an out take where he um er..penetrates himself.

  • EdWoody

    @NateB79: Indeed, he’s quite a talented young man. Although he’s not the first I’ve seen do that.

  • Niall

    I don’t recognize of the people here except Chichi La Rue, somehow that makes me happy.

  • Matt

    Prostitution is illegal. Gays need to put an end to these embarrassing displays.

  • Matt

    @EdWoody: Well, we need less of these perverts around. It doesn’t help us look any better in the public eye.

  • streeteditions

    “Traditional” marriage could be viewed as legalized prostitution, but that’s not the point is it? As the world’s “oldest” profession, once again traditionally and ritually, a part of religious worship, how strange we have become to deny what is essentially an economic relationship based solely on supply and demand with “usually” willing participants. I’m not embarassed, and if you are, change the channel. You don’t have to either participate or comment. And, yes, as a former working boy, I’m quite sure there are many of you judging out there who at one time or another, did or wished you could. sort of like saying you never masturbated!

  • BudgieBird

    @ggreen: wow someone sounds bitter. Don’t worry honey… not everyone can party with the cool kids. Some of you were destined to be trolls who will never look half as good as those so called mugs who are as ugly as homemade sin

  • BudgieBird

    @Matt: well then how will trolls like you be able to find someone to sleep with you?

  • BudgieBird

    @Matt: you know whats embarrassing to the gay community? Faggots like you. I’m a proud pervert and love the fact that I can be apart of a community of men who don’t take their sexuality so serious and who can go out and have a great time at events like Hustlaball.

  • Burlington

    @streeteditions: Never. A real marriage is based in other standards than only sex or worst sex for money. You see sex as a trade. Too bad for you. You will be used till the bitter end when no one will care about you and than you will be worthless. That’s where prostitution leads. Nothing that happens in a real love relationship where people are there to hold you,to take care of you, to share them and their lives with you. In a marriage we share ( and in a family, too) all… and all for free. In prostitution people only sell their hol*s. I’ll repeat:” sell…” not give for free…@BudgieBird: If you are a ” proud pervert ” as you say, good for you. But there are other gay people that doesn’t approve this kind of ” party ” and in no way they must be seen as an ” embarrassing to the gay community ” simply because the said gay community isn’t only made with people that enjoy go to such whor*sh ‘events’. I can’t see the problem with take our sexuality on serious. As adults we are supposed to be ‘serious’ about all relationships we’re in.

  • Matt

    @BudgieBird: You are embarrassing yourself. Anyone who is a proud pervert has probs. Please see a therapist or some kind of health professional who deals with those issues. Being a pervert isn’t anything anyone should strive for or be proud of; it’s a sickness and sometimes sicknesses should be kept to oneself. A lot of straight people put all gay people in the same “they’re all perverts” category, which is highly insulting in 2012. You are just as bad as them.

    And it’s rather creepy that they even call that prostitution site rentboy as opposed to rentman.

  • streeteditions

    @Burlington: Marriage is an economic relationship, or you wouldn’t be fighting for its benefits! The personal committment between two people supercedes any other relationship. I personally practice serial monogamy, but I am not about to become a flunky for some outmoded patriarchal system that, in my opinion, demeans all involved. As for your comment about being left alone, I’m not. I have buried 3 lovers, of whom one was an escort. I’m still in a relationship with an escort after 10 years, but don’t let me stop you from ignoring the facts that other people don’t live the way you espouse, nor should they have to. If marriage were such a perfect institution, there wouldn’t be divorce!!! This fractionating of our community based on “moral” judgements will weaken, not strengthen us.

  • Burlington

    @streeteditions: Sorry, I can’t agree.” fighting for benefits “, no: fighting for the right to be legally seen as a couple: If you love a poor and want to be married with him what ‘benefits’ you get? A few bucks… The law has a power that puts in the same level straights and homos. Straights can choose if they want to be legally married or not. And what ” patriarchal system ” you will have in a same sex marriage? It only will be ‘patriarchal’ if you agree with the submissive role(people are supposed to know previously the personality of their partners). In my opinion, marriage doesn’t demeans a relationship. What demeans people’s union are their own attitude when facing relationship and its problens. Nothing is perfect in this world and if the marriage fails what’s the problem with divorce? You choose/chose your unions the way they are/were and I have to agree with your decision because it isn’t my business…but I steel think that a good and sane relationship ( as a good marriage would be ) isn’t based on money. As a escort you are supposed to know that money don’t buy/rent fellings. And without ” moral judgements” there’s no way to conduct life. Our society has it very well defined ( If people choose another conduct they will be seen as the ones who live in the edge: marginals )and without boundaries ( limits )life in society will be impossible. The gay community never will have only one objective because it is made by people like you and me that have few points in common. We are a minoritary and divided group.

  • Geeker

    Seems like you’d have to eventually become a hardened person to be an escort long term.

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