Right-wing Porn Marine Matt Sanchez “Bad at Being Gay”

USMC reservist porn star Matt Sanchez, now the right wing’s darling, was a topic of conversation last night on MSBNC’s Countdown. Max Blumenthal of The Nation spoke about the recent revelations:

Blumenthal: “I fully expect the people who supported him on the right to throw him under the bus now, because these authoritarian conservatives treat each other as compassionately as disabled veterans…

…you know, several gay bloggers, like for instance T Rex and Firedoglake have talked for years about the existence of sort of a gay Republican underground railroad that’s funneled people like Jeff Gannon and Corporal Matt Sanchez from the fringes of the adult industry into the core of the conservative movement and they’ve played an influential role in the backlash politics of the conservative movement and the Republican party. That’s really what’s relevant here. It doesn’t matter, inherently, that he was a gay porn star. What matters is that he’s a hypocrite who’s advancing the ideological homophobia of the right and helping them exploit this homophobia for political gain.”

And Sanchez vaguely and defensively addressed a few interview questions for blogger Joe.My.God yesterday. Said Sanchez: “There’s something about the beleaguered gay psyche that wants to prove to the world that everyone is just as messed up as they are. So, they start off with the term hypocrite and work their way backwards looking for signs of deviant behavior in hopes of discovering some type of bastard kinship.” Read the interview. It’s rich.

Sanchez is the last person to be accusing anyone of having a “beleaguered gay psyche”.

When JMG asks Sanchez directly if he is gay, he dodges the question: “Boyfriends: 0 Fiance: 2 Wife: 1. I’d say I’m pretty bad at being gay.” Based on my acquaintance with Sanchez a good 18 years ago, he was pretty good at being gay. Apparently what he’s very bad at is accepting it.

ADDENDUM: Salon today published a two-page op-ed piece by Sanchez:

“By the way, as a political minority on the Columbia campus, people are always asking me, ‘How can you be a conservative? They’re so hateful.’ That wasn’t the feeling I got when I accepted my award. And it’s not what I’ve been hearing from the conservative community since my ‘outing.'”

Ya think? That’s the same conservative community that cheered when Ann Coulter called John Edwards a “faggot”. Now that his past has been displayed, does Sanchez really think those wingnuts will be welcoming him with open arms?

Matt Sanchez responds, sort of… [joe.my.god]
Porn Free [salon]

Thanks to Jordy at virtual matter for the video clip.

Comments

  1. shane says

    That Sanchez guy is such a pathetic fukking loser! The majority of gay people aren’t as messed up as he is and certainly haven’t done porn!

    P.S. Lots of closet-case asshole fags get married and engaged.

  2. FizziekruntNT says

    Is somebody shouting “Flamer!” in the proverbial crowded closet?

    I suppose Sanchez has his guaranteed 1st Amendment right to be a liar also.

  3. joseph says

    Maybe Sanchez is bisexual. A lot of guys have trouble conceding to being bisexual, probably because both straights and gays tend to deride male bisexuality. This stands in stark contrast to the way female bisexuality is embraced.

    In any case, I think Sanchez is being more than a little hypocritical and certainly a tad more than evasive. You shouldn’t be ashamed to say you’re bi, Sanchez.

  4. mark m says

    I don’t know why a gay porn actor turns into a right wing Marine. I don’t know why a conservative Christian girl goes to parties without panties and shaves her head.

    All I know is my own experience. Being conservative was a way to hide, wrapping myself up in ideology that would compensate for feelings I believed were sinful. I clung to the notion that conservative Republican stood for integrity, values, wholesomeness.

    It took some serious life lessons to wake me up from that fog, however. But I do know a little about how a conservative mind works.

    Maybe this is Sanchez’s experience and maybe he’s is completely different. But human is human.

  5. rjp3 says

    He is bisexual – calling people gay when they are bi makes it REALLY easy for them to discount the accusation.

    Straights bigots will repsond the same if you call this guy bi.

    But if you call him gay – they will agree with HIM when he says he is not gay.

    The gay press and bloggers should try to remember that point. Bi is just as bad to the bigots. No need to call bi-porn stars or people gay.

  6. says

    Sounds like Sanchez responds to awards. That fake conservative award he got made him think conservatives = love. I don’t know what more the gay community can give him—he’s had Andy Towle! Does anyone want to chip in on some engraving for a medal? Maybe the Facercise Matters Award?

  7. David M says

    Sanchez uses the “Straw Man” fallacy against gays in his dialogue. He says that gays want to show the world as messed up as we are. Actually he reframed our argument because we actually try to show that we’re just as stable as everyone else.

    His next premise which relies on the first says that we therefore look for hypocrisy. However, gays value continuity which is the reason why we’re calling him on hypocrisy in the first place. Not to show that he’s a hypocrite like us, because we’re not and are actually living more authentic lives…

    Third, gays aren’t like Sanchez says, looking for deviant behavior, because we don’t articulate or view gay behavior as deviant in the first place.

    I certainly don’t think we’re looking for kinship with him, let alone a bastard one either.

  8. John says

    He sounds just like a publicity hound who is trying to make a buck. He had second thoughts about selling his endowment for everything he could get for it, and now he is finding a new way to make money. I would not be surprised if he eventually has a mental breakdown when he can no longer live with himself. What he fails to realize is that he is not just hurting himself but many others out there. The same goes for many “compassionate” Conservatives.

  9. hoya86x says

    This guy reeks of shame and self-loathing.

    In no way does he or should he speak for other gay men and women who’ve had to courage of their conviction to come out and be who they in fact are.

  10. sean says

    what a juxtaposition of stories on this blog. first, roberts. second, sanchez. role model. reptile. oh well, andy, i guess there’s no accounting for taste when it comes to former dates.

  11. Paul says

    After bashing his peers on Fox News this guy now has to go back to Columbia and face all those people who will never take him seriously again. He also I presume will be forced to leave his position in the military unless he tries to make the case that he is not gay. However I get the feeling that his ‘not very good at being gay’ argument won’t save him on the internet or in the military.

    I just can’t believe that anyone who has worked in pornography and as a prostitute (although I think porn is a form of prostitution) would make any sort of moral judgement on anyone else. The “beleaguered gay psyche”! Matt: It’s not 1965, most gay people do not suffer from a ‘beleaguered psyche’, that’s you!

    I feel bad for your ‘wife’…although I doubt that such a person even exists. Matt you ARE self-loathing! You are the epitome of reactionary conservatism. I hope there is no book deal in all of this

  12. says

    Sanchez is obviously dishonest….

    For instance, in his salon piece, he claims

    “In September 2005, I wrote a column for the campus newspaper that blasted the anti-military bias among my fellow students at Columbia University. In addition to being an American studies major at Columbia, I am a Marine Corps reservist, and my comrades in arms were proud of me once that column had turned into appearances on “The O’Reilly Factor” and “Hannity & Colmes” and an opinion piece for the New York Post. None of those media outlets knew who I had been before I was a Marine, an Ivy Leaguer and an outspoken defender of the military. ”

    first off, both TV appearances and the Post column had nothing to do with any column written by Sanchez for his school paper (and there is no evidence of Sanches writing such a column until February 2007). No, Sanchez got his media exposure because of his complaint about “anti-military discrimination” at Columbia University.

    And, to put it mildly, the facts are in dispute with regard to those claims. Basically, Sanchez’s story is that he was hanging out by the “Hamilton Club” table during Columbia U’s Activity Day in 2005, when some socialists said that he was “too stupid” to realize that the military was exploiting him as a member of a minority.

    Sanchez’s account is supported by one witness — who is part of the Marine Corps “version” of ROTC, and was also president of Columbia’s race-baiting “Conservative Club” (the kind of group that holds “affirmative action bake sales”).

    Everyone accused by Sanchez denies the allegations (which seem to keep changing, depending on which media outlet Sanchez is talking to), and say there are impartial witnesses that dispute the Sanchez version of events. And, the Columbia Spectator says that “[t]he allegations ….cannot be independently verified.”

    The real story appears to be fairly simple…. Columbia University does not permit military recruitment on its campus. It turns out that the “Hamilton Club” (which Sanchez describes as a military history club) table was the “Military Society” table — the “Military Society” is actually the name for the group of Columbia students who take Army ROTC classes at Fordham University. (Columbia does not have an ROTC chapter on its campus, but does have ROTC students enrolled who participate with the ROTC unit at Fordham).

    The “socialist” students were part of the Columbia “International Socialist Organization” , who had actively opposed efforts by campus right-wingers to end Columbia’s “no discriminatory recruitment” policy. And the ISO students had gone to the Military Society table to get samples of “recruitment” literature the Military Society was handing out.

    …and Sanchez didn’t like that, so he provoked a confrontation—and apparently made up a story about it. Columbia didn’t take any action against the ISO because the charges were insupportable… but Sanchez (who appears to be a classic narcissistic sociopath) figures he can exploit the accusation — certainly, there is more than enough wingnut welfare to go around, so why shouldn’t another gay hustler get his share?

  13. FizziekruntNT says

    Is it too late to ressurect Kinsey and perhaps re-educate society? Any man that willingly participates (aside from “perform” in a porn shoot of ANY type) in a male/male sexual encounter is not “straight”, if one were to use such a strict adherence to a definition. Apparently even that isn’t being questioned by absolutes in this situation, but it certainly plays a large part in the hypocrisy of politics and popularity games.

    “Beleaguered psyche”? Glass houses, bitch. You get everything you deserve. Gee Andy, aren’t you glad that didn’t work out? Ugh, I want to feel sorry for these guys but they make it so damned difficult.

    If definitions were not so necessary for the norms of society, this kind of garbage wouldn’t happen. Sanchez would just be, eh, kinda into guys once in a while, a little more into women, whatever blah blah blah. But no, everybody’s got to have a friggin’ label. This is what makes people fearful. This is what causes people to lie. This is what the weak-minded of society use to mark their territory so the perpetuation of fear balances out the lack of truly rational thought.

    I suppose “Hi, I’m a Kinsey 4″ doesn’t have the same ring as “Out Loud and Proud”. I am rather enjoying watching these right-wing wingnuts as they piss in the wind. Who knew they were such watersport fanatics?

  14. Zeke says

    We have had two Marines in the news in the last week.

    First Staff Sgt. Eric Alva and then Corporal Matt Sanchez.

    Only one of these men fills be with pride on EVERY level as a MAN, a HOMOSEXUAL, and a MARINE.

    If anyone questions which and why, just use “the Google”.

    Hoorah, SEMPER FI, SSgt. Alva! You may, or may not, have the crotchital “endowment” of Sanchez but you are definitely twice the man he is and the ONLY STUD between the two of you. All the best to you and your partner my Devil Dog brother.

  15. Tim says

    is everyone’s sexuality so black and white? and is every gay porn star gay? come on guys cut him some slack and accept that not everyone jumps into the trade marked gay lifestyle. over 30% of the gay population votes republican and most do it for economic or foreign policy reasons. If you are qualified to judge them all perhaps you are also smart enough to maintain some humility and be a little more accepting.

  16. Zeke says

    Mark M, VERY well said my friend. You described to a T my early years and my reasons for clinging to the “social/religious conservative” playbook, that my parents, church and community marinated me in for 18 years.

    I don’t know why a person would go from being a gay porn star to being a right-wing, conservative Marine shill either (actually I do, but that’s another thread) but I do know, from PERSONAL experience, why a man would go from being a right-wing, conservative Marine shill to being an out and proud, gay liberal.

    What I came to understand through education, experience and interaction with “the other side” was that liberals/atheist/Unitarians/Democrats/etc. aren’t less moral or less ethical than conservatives/Christians/fundamentalists/Republicans/etc., they are just: 1) more honest about, and feel less guilt about, the fact that they are, for better or worse, human; 2)less concerned about compartmentalizing their lives so that they can claim to have one set of morals/ethics/standards in public while living by a completely different code when they think no one is watching; 3) more likely to take personal credit for their achievements and personal responsibility for their failures and less likely to give all the credit to God for the former or blame “the devil” for the latter; 4) more aware that there REALLY ARE shades of grey in life and don’t feel that acknowledging that FACT will result in the collapse of all morality, inevitably damning all of humanity to the pits of hell and; 5) not always looking for the next faux boogey man (Blacks, Jews, supposed Communists, Japanese, War protestors, “War on Christmas” insurgents, Poor people, immigrants (especially Mexicans), atheists, Arabs, Muslims, Macacas, San Franciscans, the French, and the worst of the worst, the “EK-SHULS” (Inti-lEK-SHULS and Homa-sEK-SHULS) to keep the sheep in a constant state of fear in order to maintain power; even to the point that they convince them that they must give up their civil liberties if they want to be protected from the latest menace to A-mur-ka.

    Corporal Sanchez evidently hasn’t come to any of these realizations yet.

    Those are overly broad generalizations and certainly don’t apply 100% of the time, but they are my PERSONAL observations, having been both a flag waving, gun toting, “love it or leave it”, moralist Conservative AND a tree-hugging, “radical homa-sek-shul agenda” pushing, humanist, screaming Liberal. They are also the five top reasons why I went from one to the other. I do still believe in small, unintrusive Government, State’s rights, individual responsibility and fiscal restraint. That’s yet ANOTHER reason I’m no longer a Republican.

    Having said all that, let me add that there are MANY wonderful, kind, thoughtful, compassionate, intelligent and open-minded people in the world who identify as “Conservative” and/or “Republican” and I am proud to call some of them friends. There is no better example of this than my good friend RB, right here at Towleroad,

    Of course it’s never too late to come over to the Dark Side RB. :)

    PS: I don’t know if Sanchez should sue Columbia for providing him with a poor education or if Columbia should sue Sanchez for associating himself with their respected institution of higher learning but his spelling, grammar and sentence structure is atrocious. If I were a student, trustee, staff or faculty member at Columbia, I would cringe every time Sanchez said “I” and “Columbia” in the same sentence.

  17. peterparker says

    Tim,

    You state that “over 30% of the gay population votes Republican”. Where do you get that statistic? Can you offer a link to any sort of credible evidence that this figure is valid? Or is it simply a figure you made up off the top of your head?

    xo
    peterparker

  18. Marco says

    Fuck Sanchez. What a dishonest, hypocritical prick. He doesn’t even bother to mention his gay hustling. Did the gay porn industry make him do that, too?

    Then there’s this bullshit: “I didn’t like porn’s liberalism.”

    What the fuck are you talking about, Matt? You’d prefer good ole conservative porn? Fucking a guy under the flag or a chickenhawk more your game?

    And his BS about “what’s the scandal about Coulter these days” and the same for Gannon – fuck you, apologist for hate. Like everyone is just making shit up about vile Annie and male whore with access to the White House hustler Gannon.

    For all the conservative love you’re getting, whatever. Let’s see if you’ll be back on Hannity or O’Reilly or be welcomed back to next years CPAC meet & greet. Here’s a hint – you won’nt be.

    Sellout, shame-ridden piece of shit. I have family in the military and you’re a disgrace to them and the gay community who paid your way for years.

  19. gwyneth cornrow says

    Of course some conservatives will be welcoming him with open arms. Political ideology isn’t written in black and white. He’s actually handling this pretty well.

  20. Larry says

    Sanchez is playing a role identical to Gannon. They both maintain a vague halo of prodigal son emerging out of a sinful lifestyle choice. Yet notice how they both carefully avoid the actual subject of basic civil rights and do any other glbt people deserve them.

    This is precisely what the most extreme elements of the GOP need. Now Sanchez can play the victim and point out how the Left is so mean – while Coulter, Limbaugh, and LaBarbara embrace his patriotism. But notice that actual homosexuality will never be mentioned except in vague terms like Bush said in response “we are all sinners”.

    Sanchez will milk this for all it’s worth. Like Mary Cheney, among the Conservative elite, he has now earned the right to openly demonize and skewer glbt people (because their is left a hint that he may have been one). Make no mistake – those like Maulkin are smart enough to now totally embrace him. They know that he has had a lifetime of practicing deceit and doublespeak (hello Marine Corps and UCMJ) in order to avoid detection). Matt Drudge, Mehlman and so many others on the Right play this role.

    It gives scum like O’Reilly the perfect venue to lambast regular gay people who he will now label hateful homosexual lifestyler militants. Notice, if Sanchez ever EVER even touches on the subject of gay marriage, DADT, or basic civil rights, it will only be in trivial passing. His main role is to suggest the sinfulness and perversion of the liberal Eliteist Left by his silence on what he actually symbolizes.

    Psychologically it is very very complicated – yet very powerful and damaging. Active and unrepentant homosexuals in the Nazi regime played a similar role in actually hunting down and murdering gays they deemed to effeminate. They publicly humiliated and lambasted them while analy raping hundreds of young boys in private. Their hidden lust was only quenched by a public murderous rampage on glbt people who were actually comfortable in their own skin. We are gradually seeing Hell itself open up. And evil freaks like Sanchez are openly the door for a severe and celebrated (among Republicans) backlash against wholesome and innocent gays.

  21. Tina says

    Hmmmm. Very interesting. I didn’t realize that since Ann Coulter was the most popular speaker at CPAC and the highest selling GOP author that she really doesn’t symbolize Republican thought. If you talk to the average young Republican, he will tell you straight up that Ann Coulter is the bomb. But I guess college Republicans are only considered a fringe element of the Republican Party when it’s convenient. Is that how it works?

  22. mark m says

    “If you talk to the average young Republican, he will tell you straight up that Ann Coulter is the bomb.”

    Yes and those of us like myself and Zeke who live and have lived in conservative states can tell you for a fact how popular Rush Limbaugh and Ann are based on the countless bumperstickers that say “Rush Is Right” or “Coulter 2008″.

    Nice try Matt, but again, your attempt to obfuscate fails miserably.

  23. Marco says

    Limbaugh has 20 million listeners and Coulter has about 4 #1 books. Trying to sell those racist homophobes as fringe conservatives is laugh-out-loud funny and lamely dishonest.

  24. says

    x-posted from other sites:

    Note: My experience in the Marine Corps is that there is nothing worse than a back-stabber, which is what Corporal Sanchez has proven himself to be by betraying every gay person in America by consorting with their enemies on the Right.

    From a recent correspondence:

    On 3/7/07, Nyc W. Alberts wrote:

    I’m curious, under the ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ provisions, isn’t Cpl
    Sanchez in some sort of violation of the UCMJ if he’s still receiving
    any sort of residual income from his film work? Do you know anyone that
    knows what sort of statute might apply to that or who may be able to
    follow up on that angle?

    Semper Fi,

    ~nyc

    Anon Blogger wrote:
    > nah – i won’t go after him… he did serve, after all…

    Nyc W. Alberts wrote:

    2 kinds of Marines, Reservists, and those that wish they were.

    Now I’m going to get serious, because all kidding aside, none of this is a laughing matter and is as grave as a heart-attack.

    I had a gay, black, Annapolis Lieutenant, that looked like Denzel Washington, (that took a liking to me, because I went to the College that’s directly across the street from the Naval Academy in Annapolis), avidly pursue me on the Base I was stationed at in [redacted], that I had to forcefully rebuff his sexual advances towards me, that I didn’t turn in because, a) I would never do that, b) it would have been a waste of his very expensive taxpayer education and promising career and c) I thought the policy was/is retarded and d) oh, right, I’m as straight as an arrow.

    However, I believe this guy, Matt Sanchez’s, case is different than my Butterbar Lieutenant’s was in that he’s already been outed, and he’s gotten into bed with people that are trying to outlaw people like him who have his sexual orientation, for nothing more than his personal gain and enrichment and he doesn’t care that those that are orientated like him have been, and are going to be, treated like second class citizens, or worse.

    I view gay Republican/Conservatives like him in the exact same way that Jewish Nazi Death Camp Prisoners viewed those among them who co-operated with their Nazi jailers, they had a name for them, “Kapo”. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kap…tration_camp% 29

    A traitor, is a traitor, Anon Blogger and this guy totally qualifies, he did pose with Coulter immediately after her Edwards slur, with a big smile on his face, too, and I believe a valid question is if he’s a traitor to his own people, then is that someone you really want representing the Marine Corps?

    Max Blumenthal did a really good job of conveying this same point here: http://maxblumenthal.com/archives/39
    > There is of course nothing inherently wrong with Sanchez being a gay porn star or a male escort. His past is only notable because he chose to join a movement that exploits anti-gay sentiment for political gain. Coulter’s now-famous “faggot” remark was not an aberration, but rather a symbol of the politics of resentment that propels the conservative movement and its elected Republican surrogates; a reflection of the bigotry conservatives have sought to write into the Constitution through the so-called Federal Marriage Amendment. The ascendant “family values” wing of the right is also responsible for sabotaging legislation allowing homosexuals to serve openly in the armed forces, a maneuver that may now spell the end of Sanchez’s career.
    Now, I’m not going to lead a charge to nail this guy to the tree, but I do want to get across the magnitude of what it is he’s doing by his attempt to get with people who want to vacate the civil rights of an entire class of people, that he belongs to, in this country, and just because he served doesn’t automagically entitle him to a pass, in fact, just the opposite applies in his case, because he’s serving, and selling out at the same time, he should be held to account, maybe not by you or me, but by somebody he is causing harm to.

    http://www.thumbsnap.com/images/…es/ dkcEZgbG.jpg

    ~nyc

  25. WTF says

    Andy, a lot can change in 18 years. He used to be a young gay guy now he’s just an a-hole. Seems the main reason for what he’s doing is money. He used to make money through gay porn and now as conservative mouth piece. Not that there’s anything wrong making money whether through gay porn or other means, it’s just that false advertisment really turns people off.

  26. Marco says

    I am still laughing at his whining about the liberalism of the gay porn industry while he was willfully and liberally sucking cock.

    He’s a jag bag.

  27. David H says

    Andy, thanks for bringing your personal experience to bear on this story.

    Larry, I would like to share your post with others, if I may. Very disturbing and very well said.

  28. FunMe says

    The FUNNIEST thing about this dude is how he is trying to defend himself saying the “left” is going to call him a hypocrites, etc.

    All I have to say to him:

    BUT YOU ARE BLANCHE, YOU ARE!

  29. Annoyed says

    I’m amazed how we bash our own and pat ourselves on our backs for our cleverness. Sorry but Towlie’s wrong, the right-bloggers have NOT abandoned him, just look at Malkin, for example. It’s so easy to bash anyone who doesn’t agree with the “agenda” — but isn’t that self-hatred?

  30. Da says

    Annoyed, I entirely agree with you..but Matt Foreman, of the Task Force has defended Cpl. Sanchez’s right to his political alignement, so it’s not everyone. And I approve of our leadership publicly sending the message that they’re not supporting practices which reflect badly on our community, or create division along party lines.

    Bloggers and individuals are a completely different story : this is the internet age, and people cannot be stopped from handling this issue the way they chose. Personally I oppose outings and the bashing of our own, regardless of their ideals.

    Now the way each party choses to deal with the ethical question of an honoree who may or may not have been deceitful with his past is a completely different story..

  31. atheist says

    Good grief, what a bitter mess. Sanchez lacks both the intelligence and PR savvy to handle this debacle to a satisfactory conclusion (for him). The glib ripostes, evasiveness, self-righteous bluster and elaborate equivocations designed to mislead all speak volumes. His faith in republican support is naive and deluded. They will drop him like the proverbial hot potato at the earliest available opportunity when everyone is looking the other way. He is not in control of this situation; the media is. Prodigious dishonesty, cowardice, ill-will and ruthless careerism will ensure he winds up a casualty and not even a footnote. Bye bye Matt.

  32. Willy says

    No one should taking this freak’s political statements at face value. Sanchez is a fraud from the word go.

    His military “career” — a reservist trained as a refrigerator mechanic, who has never seen active duty either at home or abroad — is a joke.

    His student background — taking classes (we don’t know how many) in Columbia’s extension program — is not the Ivy League pedigree that it’s been held out to be.

    His sexual orientation is a tangled mess. He’s on camera doing it all, and doing it in the days before Viagra, but he was “never” gay. He’s not gay now, but there’s an escort review of a black, Latino “Mateo” in New York, dated June 2006.

    This would be falling-down funny to me, and I have done my laughing, but for one thing: My severely wounded gay marine friend. Folks, this kid really laid it on the line for his country in Iraq. I’d love to tell you the details, but he’s afraid that the Marine Corps might see them. He’ll never fight again, but his status as a full-fledged marine means everything to him.

    So, psycho phonies like Matt Sanchez get to be the public face of gay marines. Friends, that is a fucking outrage, and I guarantee you I’d say it if this was a Democrat prancing around as an antiwar marine.

    Keep going after Sanchez. No way should this waste of skin be seen by anyone as representative of gay marines. Forget the politics. That crap is window dressing for thar narcisstic whack-job. I don’t care if people are conservative or liberal, on this one both wings need to come together and let this individual know that he has fucked with the wrong people.

  33. Craig says

    The reason gays are so bitter about Matt Sanchez is because he is conservative and Republican. But the reason they’re really bitter is because he says he was never gay. That destroys their theory that people are born gay.

    Maybe some people are born gay and maybe some are not, and maybe he is one of them that feels he is not gay. Some straight men and women in jail have sex with their cellmates. When they leave jail some may lead straight lives and some gay. Some college student have same sex experiences and then lead strictly heterosexual lives after college.

    And gay guys love to fantasize about and have sex with straight guys. You know what I’m talking about. Those guys that aren’t getting any at home, and those gay guys that are more than willing to please them with no questions asked and nothing is expected in return. I’ve seen the websites!

    Gays are always saying that they are more than just sex acts and they don’t want to be defined by their sex acts. Fine. Then don’t judge Sanchez by his sex acts.

    Sanchez can’t deny the videos, but as far as him being an escort, I don’t know. Anyone can put a picture of anyone on a website and create a profile.

  34. Mick says

    I haven’t seen anyone be bitter at Matt Sanchez or focus on him at all.

    If anything he’s despised by most anyone who talked about him. And it’s not just gays!..find any article that has been written about him, he’s being ridiculed along with the republicans who took him in unaware of his lieing ways.

    I do feel sorry for him, but ultimately he brought the humiliation unto himself. That’s probably why he’s been laying low as of late.

  35. mike says

    I’m glad Sanchez isn’t gay. Let the straights have him. Since this story broke, the military opened a second investigation on this guy, because tried to scam $12,000 from several organizations by falsely claiming he was being deployed to Iraq. He’s a lying, despicable, wingnut scum bag.

  36. Michael says

    Matt Sanchez has serious mental issues. Not only is he a liar, but also a fraudulent piece of garbage. Since the conservatives took him under their wing ( without knowledge of his gay porn past ) He is brainwashed into believing they accept him as one of their own. Maybe they do on a certain level, but he has totally been in denial of being gay. He`s a pathological liar. He NEVER had 2 fiancés or any girlfriends, as none have popped up when his porn past came out, but old boyfriend lovers popped up. Now, in his own little bubble world, he has totally distanced himself from the gay community. I feel sorry for this man who is obviously mentally ill. MATT…if you are reading this, everyone now knows you are GAY, GAY, GAY. Have it branded on your forehead so you won`t forget, you nutcase.

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