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Resident Director at Morehouse College Stars in Gay P. o.rn Film
*OK, we’re going all out here and placing this in the “What the HELL was he thinking?” category.
As adults, we realize we have to take responsibility for the things
we choose to do in our personal lives, right? I mean, we do know things
like, if we choose to ignore paying our phone bill, we can’t complain
when the phone gets turned off, or if we choose to bite the hand that
feeds us, we risk the chance of starving, right?
So we are wondering why, oh why, would a resident director at one of the most prestigious colleges in the country, Morehouse,
choose to take the overt route and participate in, a videotaped sexual
escapade … not to mention such a ”hot-button item” as a same-sex romp,
for a proposed P.o.rns TV series.
In a clip sure to be in full circulation soon, courtesy of our source at ObnoxiousTV, Morehouse College resident director Isaiah Green (pictured above) is seen “gettin’ it in,” as they say, with actor Des Epps -
a young man struggling with being on the ‘down low’. Epps, a
professional actor, claims he is “straight” and just portraying a gay
According to ObnoxiousTV,
“He [Epps] revealed that the script was great and the men were very strong guys. He felt it was art; but unlike the creator David [Summers]
he did feel the show is over the top and will force people to deal with
their thoughts about race and homosexuality. All the men appear in the
project because they believe so strongly in the producer, and the
subject matter…They agreed to share their talent without being
“I wanted to make it real as possible. I did not want people to see this and be able to tell that I was not gay,”Des explained. “I wanted them to think I enjoyed the sex and the kissing.”
He may win an award for this one, jus’ sayin’…
Isaiah Green is the director over “Brazil Hall” at Morehouse. He has
been an employee at the college for the past six years. Obnoxious says
he refused to interview with them on this project.
Meanwhile, interested parties can view more
photos and a clip of “Skin Deep” the gay soft P. o.rn TV series being
shopped around,Obnoxious TV.
Edited by PurpleHaze - Nov 03 2012 at 3:11pm