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Porn star “Paint Shames” a guy he had sex with

Porn Star Jordan Fox took to his social media to shame a guy he had sex with because he didn’t douche.

Let’s talk about Top Privilege for a moment, shall we? WTF.

Jordan Fox took to Twitter to publicly paint or nugget shame a guy he had sex with. He showed off a dirty condom after a guy he had sex left. Paint shaming is shaming a bottom if the rectum isn’t fully emptied and a poop incident happens during anal sex.

In his now deleted Tweet he wrote, “Just f**ked a guy and look what happened, can’t you bottoms clean your ass properly before getting fucked ?? I’m not into scat! SHAME ON HIM”

He also used the angry and vomit emoji.

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CocktailsAndCocktalk reached out to Fox for comment, who replied, “I was just upset, because there is a guy that always messes up my bed, because he never douches…”

“I was just upset in the moment”.

The moment? You had enough time to take the condom off, time to take a picture of the condom, time to open Twitter, time to write the Tweet, time to press Send.

We’d say that there was some definite cooling off period…

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He told C&C that he “prefers his partners to douche” and that it wasn’t his intention to attack anybody.

The star received a fair amount of backlash to his Tweet so wrote a warning Tweet on his timeline, “PLEASE NOTE: there is no place for haters on my profile so anyone doing bad comment or insulting me will be blocked immediately. If you dont like me then just dont follow me”

The Tweet was accompanied with the fist emoji.

Treating bottoms with respect

The star also ran a poll in which he asked his fans whether bottoms should be treated with respect.

When the poll returned with the majority saying bottoms should be treated with respect he wrote, “Seems bottoms do not want to be respected..that’s fine I ll treat them like pigs”.

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