Kingpin Comes Home

October 24, 2009 at 20:40 2 comments

For some time now, Tel Aviv has been trying to challenge Barcelona as the number one destination for gay tourism in the Mediterranean basin. And why not? Rothschild Boulevard may not be las Ramblas, but the White City certainly has the same insufferable humidity that plagues the Catalonian capital, and — much like Barcelona — also Tel Aviv does what she can to ignore the fact that she’s situated on some glorious beach property.

Michael Lucas, one of the hottest names in gay porn these days, and — according to The New Republic — “gay porn’s neocon kingpin”, does what he can to help boost pink tourism to the Holy Land. Driven by a well-developed business sense paired with Zionist idealism, this Russian-born New Yorker already produced one of his films (“Men of Israel“) in the Jewish homeland. Now he’s here again. Lucas is currently producing a film called “Inside Israel”, which will take horny homos all over the world for a tour of the country, from the Golan in the north to the nudist Gaash beach in the Tel Aviv area.

Anyone interested in a sneak-peak from the filming, can have a look at this report from Yediot.


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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Yehoshua  |  October 25, 2009 at 11:10

    One of the “actors” in “Men of Israel” lives above the Burgers Bar on Ben Yehuda, for all those interested in catching a passing glimpse 🙂

  • 2. Marissa  |  October 29, 2009 at 09:50

    when I was in NY I passed a gay porn shop and there were all these posters with “Men of Israel” and I didnt know what it was for… and then i realized it was gay porn. good times.


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