'Gay' Porn, Drugs, and Daterape

Excerpt: By 1996 – the year in which 53-year-old Juan Pifarre ruined 18-year-old sailor Steven Nary's life – pornography had become what gay culture critic Daniel Harris calls a "wholesale substitute" for sex in certain gay circles. Early in the previous decade, the VCR and AIDS had hit America just about simultaneously. The timing proved useful. The former stimulated a massive new demand for sexual videos, and the latter had made voyeurism – and onanism – a safer, if not entirely welcome or wholesome, community pastime.

According to Maureen Orth, a Vanity Fair reporter who has done the best research on this subject, gay videos had come to account for 30 to 50 percent of the entire porn video market. The wife of NBC's Tim Russert, Orth has taken a harder look at a subject than most reporters would dare to.

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