Disappointing news: Gay porn star Colby Keller is voting for Trump

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Yeah, you read that right. Gay porn star and general freaky deaky dude Colby Keller has confirmed in an interview with Office Magazine (no, never heard of it either) that he plans to vote for renowned orange clown and woman-groper Donald Trump in the impending Presidential election.

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“Come on Cletus! We gots to go and vote for Trump to make America great again!”

If you don’t know who Colby Keller is, that’s okay, I have a feeling he’s about to become as culturally relevant to gay men as the Cronut is to a rural farming community in Mongolia.

I have to admit that being a bit of a fanboy for creative geniuses I was following his work outside of gay porn. He’s actually a lot more than *just* a gay porn star (all gay porn stars are more than what they do on video, though, right?) I admired him because he seemed to be a thoughtful and intelligent man with so many different facets to his personality. The fact that he seemed to overcome a pretty bizarre religious upbringing to become this interesting character made him even more appealing to me.

Never mind the fact that he’s fucking hot.

Sadly, it seems that the man I thought was a liberal thinker, an artistic talent, a fascinating guy with interesting opinions, might have been nothing more than an attention-whore grasping at anything he can find to make him seem “edgy”.

I started to think of him as being like a teen from a Christian household becoming a Satanist just to piss off his parents, or make them notice him. Or maybe a hipster who manufactures an entirely fictitious 1980’s German Ska band in the middle of a conversation, just to be sure they’re being ironically original.

I didn’t know Colby was particularly political, but I discovered today that he leans toward Communist views. However, from what I gather these are predominantly a “textbook” regurgitation of political thought, about as unique as a Political Studies student plagiarizing a Lenin speech word-for-word and considering it an accurate synopsis of a complicated political ideology and its resultant history.

I feel the need to confirm my own view here. No, I’m not one of those people who hears “Communism” in a discussion and instantly becomes a redneck hick, shutting down debate and claiming you’re a “commie”. I’m open to looking at almost every political framework (excluding the extremes of the far-right, obviously). However, I’m not foolish enough to think that there is any politically “pure” movement or theory. There is no perfectly formed out-of-the-box ideology. I’m of the opinion that Eclecticism should be applied to any system. Elements of Socialism, I believe, will inevitably need to be widely adopted as we move further into automation and unemployment rises as a result (which is basically what we’re seeing already). I also believe Communism can help in many respects, perhaps on a microeconomic level, depending on the circumstances and community. I believe that Capitalism is the best means through which to encourage development and technological advancement.

Political ideology should never be believed to be rigid, pure or textbook. There are nuances and complexities to it all that you just won’t get from sticking to a cookie-cutter impression of what it should be. That is, unless you’re dealing with the extremes of something like the far-right, alt-right, neo-Nazi breed of Human excrement, which has already shown you openly what it thinks and feels, and what it would like to do to you. There is no complexity to such an ignorant and hateful ideology.

I’ve met Communists before, they’re usually in their early 20’s and can recite various well-prepared attacks on the evils of Capitalism while never offering any valuable response to the realities of the failed Communist governments we still see collapsing (or diluting) around the world. There’s a reason Communist governments have been becoming selectively Capitalist for decades, it’s because Communism fails as a system and Capitalism offers greater stability and growth. Yes, Capitalism has it’s problems, but if you think these problems are worse than the incredible poverty, starvation and authoritarian rule of Communist states throughout history, your critical thinking skills have already failed.

These proponents of a scrubbed and manicured Communist utopian dream are fascinating to me, primarily because these people are usually still living with their wealthy parents in an affluent area of London, trying to lecture me about Capitalism while browsing Twitter on their iPhone and tugging awkwardly at the hemp sweater covering their Versace workout vest. They exist because of the system their parents raised them in, but they miraculously think, despite all the evidence to the contrary, that an entirely new system would be better for everyone else. This is basically another way of saying “I got mine, now I want to tell you how you will get yours differently”. Kim-Jong Un went to school in a Capitalist country and his leadership is heavily involved in money-making schemes around the world. Russian elites send their wives to give birth in Western countries, launder their money into Western banks and property, travel in their private jets globally to enjoy the capitalist system they so often attack. Chinese leaders all invest their money in Western Capitalist democracies while denying their own people the same rights and freedoms we enjoy.

So, don’t be telling me Communism is so glorious while you totally and utterly ignore all the obvious hypocrisies and failures of the political movement you laud. Capitalism and democracy got you to where you are, and now you want to start telling everyone else to suffer and struggle under a system you already know fails?

It might not be a fair assumption to make, but given that I’ve never once met a single proponent of Communism able to recognize the failures of the system they believe in through their cloud of conspiracy theories and simple-minded derived nonsense, I’m inclined to suspect Colby is much the same.

However, having said that, just going from what I read in his interview he’s not so much a Communist as he is a Nihilist or Anarchist, in a very vague and general way (perhaps again alluding to the usual conspiracy theorist/libertarian/conservative/alt-right mindset?) In explaining why he would vote for Donald Trump, Colby states:

I think he’s a destabilizing force. I’m skeptical of him, too, and who exactly is behind Trump. But given that there’s eternal dissent in the Republican Party, that leads me to believe that whatever he represents might be a destabilizing force. And he’s made a lot of overtures to Russia and China, which in some ways could be thought of as an encouraging thing. I don’t support or endorse any of Trump’s policies. I just think it’ll escalate the problem, which is the best we can hope for. I hope at the very least he’d turn the White House into a reality show. America would tune in, right? And then he could do something nice, like give the money to the National Park Service, because they’re trying to defund it.

Yeah, let’s have some chaos! Fuck the fact that Trump has vowed to revoke basic Human Rights from millions of LGBT Americans (and brought along the undead Mike Pence as his VP, a man who not only looks like the stereotypical religious nutter from almost any horror film featuring one, but expresses many of the same extremist views you would imagine him to have). Forget the fact that Trump has openly stated, on record, that he plans to end Freedom of the Press in America by creating unjust laws which would not only result in a free-for-all of censorship through legal and financial means but create a massive chilling effect on all media. Fuck the reality that Trump has stated time and time again that religious freedom is a troublesome issue he would like to eradicate from the country (but only targeting non-Christians, of course) – which might also explain why he chose Pence as his VP.

And of course, this is all before we even touch on the fact that he has about as much class as a plastic Fabergé egg, the diplomatic skills of a 10-year-old throwing a hissy fit and the morality of a Saudi Prince filling a Paris hotel room with hookers and cocaine.

Yes, let’s ignore all of those disgustingly, disastrously, dangerously ridiculous intentions and vote for this man just because there will likely be some kind of chaotic collapse of the nation, politically and societally, presumably leading to… who the fuck knows? Who the fuck cares? It’s not like the dismantling of other nations from the top down has ever led to the rise of extremist factions, the collapse of civil society and the creation of a vacuum that only utterly extreme leadership can fill – through the demands of a population so desperate to regain control and stability they would vote for fucking Snooki if she promised to rule with an iron fist.

Fuck the Constitution, fuck stability, fuck equality and the real and genuine progress being made all over the country; let’s see if we can fuck it all up and descend into murderous chaos instead!

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Colby is the kind of special moron who would have voted for Brexit just to see what would happen.

And let’s focus for a second on one little gem of a statement in his larger delivery of verbal diarrhea:

I don’t support or endorse any of Trump’s policies

Yes, Colby, you do. This is a fundamental intention of voting for someone to become the President of the United States. You don’t get to vote for someone to hold the highest office in the world while saying you don’t support or endorse their policies, you cannot have one without the other.

Pay attention here sweetheart…

YOUR VOTE IS AN ENDORSEMENT OF HIS POLICIES.

To claim this is nothing to do with Trump’s policies is like a Nazi claiming they’re only a fully paid-up member because they just love the fabulous Halloween parties. While it’s true that someone can claim they might not like a politicians ideas on banking regulation, or they perhaps don’t think their views on abortion are in line with their thinking, you cannot make this same claim about a politician who rants daily from a podium about all the shitty things he plans to do to your fellow citizens. He’s not even hiding it from you. When the intentions are this clear, you don’t get to claim that you don’t agree with his policies.

Anything other than total rejection of such a disgusting man is unacceptable to any decent Human, it’s really as simple as that.

Look, no one is denying that the political situation in the U.S. is bad and has been for a long time. Few are in disagreement with the fact that power needs to be taken out of the moneyed interests and handed back to the people, that the lobbyists need to be shut down (ironically, Colby actually worked as a lobbyist in DC). Hillary is not a great woman, she’s not the best America has to offer, and there is an establishment which could very well do with being dismantled over time and replaced by something truly democratic and not owned by a collection of the wealthy elite.

However, you don’t put out the fire in the kitchen by burning down your entire fucking city.

Pessimists like to claim that everything is going wrong, society is worse off than ever before, that the world is about to spiral into disaster and the “good old days” are what we need to get back to in order to prevent this. The reality is that we have it better now than at any time in Human history. There are no “good old days”. We are more peaceful now than ever, society is progressing at a remarkable rate, we’re becoming more powerful individually than we have ever been thanks to the freedom of the Internet and our collective ability to put direct pressure on those with power.

If you want an example of just how powerful the individual has become, look at the response to HB2 in North Carolina and the various brands who made the decision to take a stand against it. Don’t be thinking corporations and sporting bodies all just became LGBT friendly overnight. Their decisions are fundamentally dictated by public perception. Sure, they have evolved to be more socially aware and more liberal in their attitudes, this is inevitable. But it’s not all just because the individuals within the organization are younger or more in-tune with modern liberal ideals. They know that the public demands that their preferred brands and corporations represent their values and beliefs, and doing nothing about something like this would make them almost complicit in the eyes of many of their customers.

Today, anyone can call out any company or body publicly for their actions, or inaction, and it can lead to massive change. People like the governor of North Carolina still don’t understand this, they still think they have the power. They’re finding out, in various interesting and colourful ways, that they are old and out-of-touch with reality, in more ways than they would care to admit.

Now imagine that we are still just at the start of this developing shift in power. What kind of influence will a Twitter campaign have in five years? Just how powerful can a Facebook group or a petition become? Could it be that political progress inevitably becomes driven by daily expressions of anger and the demands of the people, rather than corporations stuffing money into a Republican or Democrat pocket?

Society is progressing, politics will have no choice but to clean up its act and start working for the people rather than the corporations, the bankers, and organizations like the NRA.

Colby seems to think that the only option you have is to throw a grenade into the machinery, fuck whoever gets decapitated by shrapnel, it’s a small price to pay for the chance to burn everything to the ground and start over – just keep those fingers and toes crossed that it doesn’t go the way so many other examples have, throughout history, or that it doesn’t hurt YOU.

Jocelyn Silver, the author of the original interview at Office Magazine, described Colby Keller as an intellectual. In my opinion, given what I’ve read, the only people likely to think he’s an intellectual are also dumbfounded by the power of a Magic 8 Ball.

Update: January 20th 2018.

Congratulations Colby Keller, on winning the XBIZ Performer of the Year title. Good to see you’re still getting yours while young people who were brought to the US by their parents before they could understand the potential risks are being dragged away from their own screaming children to be thrown to a country they don’t know, without a home, without a job, and without any hope of returning.

Well done on that win, while millions of people are facing the loss of health care, while kids are losing their coverage, while Trump and his cronies try to push for a change allowing emergency services to refuse you care or treatment based on their “religious opinions” of you.

It’s good to see you’re still doing well while the murder rate of transgender Americans reaches a new record in a country where the elected leader, the man you cheered for, is encouraging hate against anyone not white, male and “normal enough”.

I’m happy you’ve been recognized, while the people of Puerto Rico are still trying to get basic services running again with little or no help from a racist President and his racist party. They’re Americans, you know.

No, it’s not all Mr. Keller’s fault, of course. He just cheered for a man who made no secret of his plans and showed the world repeatedly, through everything he said and did, exactly who he was. Mr. Keller hasn’t retracted his statement or shown any indication that he recognizes that he was wrong to support this man.

Mr. Keller got what he wanted, right? He hoped that a Trump presidency would cause chaos and pain, he thought it would be entertaining to see his country spiraling into instability and threatening the lives of hundreds of thousands of people, perhaps even millions. If he believes himself to be an intelligent man, he can’t also claim that he didn’t expect all of this to happen. Again, we need to be absolutely clear here – none of this is a surprise to any sane and rational person.

I can’t really say much about what I think of this award and the recognition for this man’s work, other than I’m disappointed that the gay community would support a man who so vocally supported Trump. It’s really that simple. It might seem petty to some, but I care more about the damage the orange psycho is doing to America, and the world, than I do about how good a top or bottom Mr. Keller is on video.

You can have your opinion, that’s fine. You can claim his work is totally separate from his political views, I get it. There are thousands of artists, writers and performers who probably have views I wouldn’t agree with. But this is on a different level, and this is something I know about. Therefore, I will make judgments about a person based on their opinions, what they believe, how they treat others, when that information is available to me.

I can quite easily say I’m disappointed that the gay community chose to reward this man after he openly supported a political ideology that could only ever threaten and endanger him, you, and millions of others. To those who want to suggest that it’s unfair to criticize a man for his political views: this is what taking a moral position looks like, perhaps you should try it some time?

There are two sides here, that’s ultimately what it comes down to. You’re either for or against. We’re long past the point at which any ambiguity can exist. In my opinion, we were long past that point just weeks into Trump’s campaign, but I accept there are others who took a little longer to finally wake up. We know who Trump is. We know what he’s doing. We know the many thousands of ways he’s damaging America, hurting Americans, and threatening the security of the world. No one has the luxury of claiming to be ignorant to the reality we now find ourselves in.

It would be good to see people calling out those we previously admired and holding people to account for the utterly dangerous things they believe. Susan Sarandon has been facing the same since she came out in support of Trump (by attacking anyone but Bernie with the same talking points so often used by what we now know were Russian propagandists). She’s lost the support and admiration of most thanks to her irrational and simplistic rants on TV. I had hoped that the same fate would befall Mr. Keller. Unfortunately, too many people either don’t know what he appears to stand for, or just don’t care.

I believe they’ll suddenly start to care when it’s their turn to feel the pain so many others are already feeling thanks to Trump and voters like Mr. Keller.

As has been the case many times before, plenty of people just don’t give a damn, until it’s them.

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8 Comments

  1. The Notorious J.O.E.

    Beautifully written.

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  2. Charles Ray

    Is nuance lost on you? If you find both candidates bad choices you normally vote for the lesser of 2 evils no?

    While you and I might disagree with his reasoning, he doesn’t support anything Trump does, but merely voted for him to expedite what Keller wants him to do. I only say this not so much for his reasoning, jsut a counter to your logic.

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    1. Charles Ray

      “has vowed to revoke basic Human Rights from millions of LGBT Americans”

      He has vowed the exact opposite tmk

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    2. Dick (Post author)

      I really don’t care what bullshit pseudo-intellectual excuses someone wants to come up with for voting for a sociopath, they deserve all the condemnation coming their way.
      Trump is a disgusting man. He was a disgusting man before the election and anyone who chose him is disgusting by association.
      But Colby is getting what he wanted, right? He wanted a shitshow, he wanted to make American democracy into a laughing stock around the world, and he’s getting exactly that and more with Trump.
      Unfortunately for Colby, he’s not intelligent enough to understand the bigger ramifications of cheering for a despot.

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  3. Jim

    damn man…can you be anymore hateful and paranoid?

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    1. Dick (Post author)

      Hateful and paranoid?
      What part of this piece is wrong?
      I’ll wait.

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  4. Billy

    This is such a bad take. If none of the people u talk to have good takes on their politics then engage with more critical well informed people who subscribe to similar views. Then judge that group or movement. Otherwise its just bad faith.

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    1. Dick (Post author)

      I have interesting discussions with all kinds of people about all kinds of politics, thanks.

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