Pacific Sun Entertainment Feeding China's Gay Porn Appetite

Pacific Sun Entertainment Feeding China's Gay Porn Appetite
Bob Johnson

NORTH HILLS, Calif. — Bucking the Chinese government's war against porn, Pacific Sun Entertainment is feeding the country's appetite for gay porn through continuing wholesale shipments of DVDs, books, magazines and sex toys.

The company said that it has established itself as almost the sole supplier of name-brand gay porn (including Bel Ami, Lucas, AYOR and Valley Pro) to the Chinese market.

This move is opening the door for other companies that have begun to see the rewards, while the skeptics have been left behind.

“With the Chinese population being larger than all the Developed World combined (including the U.S., Canada, Europe and Australia), this wholesale market which is destined to open up is likely to be huge; and Pacific Sun and its fellow studios are positioned to be at the ground floor of what is sure to be the coming porn boom,” the company said.

"In so many ways, the pornography business has come to symbolize freedom of speech and the right of artistic self expression. What a bold and unorthodox instrument to help the emerging gay Chinese celebrate and express their sexuality," a Pacific Sun spokesman said.