His motto when it comes to straight people: "There are two kinds of straight people in the world, those that hate you to your face and those who hate you behind your back."Justin loses his virginity to Brian at the age of seventeen and falls in love with him.He runs away from home after coming out of the closet, primarily because his father is not accepting of his sexuality.There are no definite conclusions as to what makes a person transgender.There is growing evidence that gender must be due to a combination of factors as it is too complex to simply be the product of a single factor like a gene, or a past experience, or how someone was raised.Misgendering refers to failing to use a person's accurate or preferred pronoun.We see this a lot when trans celebrities come up in the media.Taylor Reign‘s oral talents work wonders on rousing the laid back Justin Matthews, who kicks off his remaining clothes and sighs heavily ass he’s sucked off.He’s also eager to give head to Taylor as he kneels above him.
Another main character, Ben (Robert Gant), was added in the second season. While he and Justin have an on-and-off-again relationship, Justin is the only one of his sexual encounters that Brian finds himself falling in love with and the only one he continues to have sex with after the first night.
I consider myself really lucky to have grown up accepting myself for who I am: a gay man. What does it mean to be gay in our contemporary society?
And how does that affect our way of living as gay men?
Although it was set in Pittsburgh, PA, much of the series was actually shot in Toronto and employed various Canadian directors known for their independent film work (including Bruce Mc Donald, David Wellington, Kelly Makin, John Greyson, Jeremy Podeswa and Michael De Carlo) as well as Australian director Russell Mulcahy, who directed the pilot episode.
Additional writers in the later seasons included Michael Mac Lennan, Efrem Seeger, Brad Fraser, Del Shores, and Shawn Postoff.