How I Became the King of Bisexual Porn

"Bi male sexuality is real, valid, and f*cking sexy."

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Pornhub

Wolf Hudson is a bisexual porn star whose videos have been viewed over 100 million times on Pornhub. In an interview with Men's Health, he talked about the importance of bisexual representation in porn, how he rose to stardom, and where he sees his career going next.


I was filming a rough BDSM scene for Kink.com on a rooftop in San Francisco. The sun was out, rare for a day in SF, and I was plowing a dude who was hogtied like a pig. It was a standard day at work until I heard hollering: “Fuck that dude harder!”

I was in the middle of the scene, so I couldn’t turn to see where the shouting was coming from. I needed to stay in the moment (and stay hard). Then the cheering got louder. I casually looked over my shoulder and noticed a bunch of construction workers working on buildings to my left and right. They had stopped what they were doing to watch and cheer me on. They didn’t take their eyes off me for the entire scene.

It didn’t distract me. If anything, it turned me on more knowing I was being watched.

If you had told me nine years earlier that this would be my life, I wouldn’t have believed you. Before I become a porn star, I was living in the Bronx working as a bookkeeper at a button factory. After a merger, the factory laid me off, and I told myself I never want to work for anyone else again.

I was perusing potential jobs on Craigslist and came across an ad looking for guys to shoot a gangbang. I figured, “Why not?”

It was fun, and I was pretty good at it, so after the shoot, I entertained the idea of having a full-time career in porn. After a few months of loose odds-and-ends shoots, I decided to move to San Francisco in 2007 to do porn full time. I moved to LA two years after.

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It wasn’t easy. I hustled my ass off. I went into every production studio and made every connection I could without kissing ass. I was on time, professional, and made sure I was a pleasure to work with.

Social media was also in its infancy, and I used that to my advantage. I leaned into the fact that I didn’t look like your typical performer—especially gay performers—who looked like an Adonis. I looked different, and I was quirky and fun. For example, I would record these videos for YouTube of me dancing to Michael Jackson, and they’d be picked up by porn blogs.

Finally, in 2009, I “made it.” A bunch of videos I had recorded over the past two years all came out around the same time. Suddenly, I was everywhere.

"Being bi, I wanted to show this is all the same me, and I’m not ashamed of who I am."

While I started my career doing straight porn, I transitioned into gay porn because the pay is much better. Besides, I always liked hooking up with dudes, too. I was always sexually attracted to men, women, and all other genders, even though I’m only romantically attracted to women. I just haven’t had the same romantic connection to a man that I’ve had with women.

That’s why I always considered myself bi, even if I didn’t really claim the label until more recently. It’s not that I was closeted, it just didn’t quite come up in the public sphere. But I did something most other porn stars don’t do. I kept my same name—Wolf Hudson—when doing both straight and gay porn. Usually, porn stars create two separate identities, but being bi, I wanted to show this is all the same me, and I’m not ashamed of who I am.

It definitely hindered my career in straight porn, and I wasn’t able to rise to stardom because of it, but I’m still glad I kept the same name. I’m still glad I was always me.

I always wanted to do bi porn, but up until recently, studios hardly shot bisexual male porn. They claimed there wasn’t a market for it. Or if they did film a bi scene for a video, it was one among two straight [scenes], and a lesbian [scene]. And the bi scenes that were filmed all felt very mechanical and unrealistic.

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Wolf Hudson

Eventually, in 2016, I retired. But in 2018, I returned since some friends were asking to shoot with me. I wasn’t even doing it for the money, but for fun and to help them out. I did this POV blowjob with a female friend of mine and then also this bi MMF threesome. I uploaded them to Pornhub and the POV BJ vid didn’t do that well, but the bi video exploded. It had over 200,000 views in a couple of days. So I posted another bi video and that went viral, too. This is when I really began to claim the label of “bisexual porn star” publicly.

I knew I was onto something. Men and women were craving bi male porn, and it was something that was rarely represented. I think because traditionally bi porn didn’t do well, they assumed it never would do well. Clearly, that’s not the case. People want bi porn. And it’s not just that people wanted bi porn, but it was also the way I shot it, which was more amateur and realistic. People want authenticity, and I was giving them that.

"I want to give people a sense of worth, inclusivity, and pride."

I’m constantly flooded with emails and messages on social media from different people all over the world thanking me for the content I’m putting out. They’ll say, “My wife and I are fans,” and “You’ve really helped me explore my sexuality, and I feel so much more comfortable now opening up.” I take this to heart. I want to give people a sense of worth, inclusivity, and pride. I want to let bi men know that they’re not alone, and through porn, I’ve been able to do that.

COVID-19 halted production, but I’m beginning to slowly return to making bi porn again, predominantly on my own, but sometimes with a studio. I’m actually working on developing my own porn studio that exclusively shoots bisexual porn—the first of its kind. I want bi male porn stars to start getting paid fairly. As of now, they get paid less than both gay porn stars and bi female porn stars. I also want to create an ethical studio that doesn’t perpetuate racist tropes and shows authentic bisexual porn. I’m currently working towards making this pipe dream a reality.

At the end of the day, I love what I do. I love being bi. And I love being this person who’s able to show that bi male sexuality is real, valid, and fucking sexy.

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