The Flip-Fuck Scene You Never Thought You’d See: Trenton Ducati and Jake Genesis in Fast Paced

Jake Genesis retired from porn a little over a year ago — maybe you heard about it — but before his departure, he filmed a couple of scenes for TitanMen that are just now seeing the light of day. The first was a hot interrogation scene with Hunter Marx for the Grabby-award-winning film Dick Danger. And now, Titan proudly presents the all-new movie FAST PACED… and scene 1 features a flip-fuck scene with Jake and my pal Trenton Ducati! Hmmm… is there such a thing as a “Ducati Genesis” motorcycle? If so, I bet it’s not even half as hot as these two.

Check out the free XXX preview of Jack and Trenton’s scene above and tons of official action shots below . If you like what you see, then I’ve got some good news: Their full, uncut scene is now playing in HD over at Titan video-on-demand, where you can get instant access to unlimited streaming of the entire Titan catalog — plus your choice of DRM-free downloads that you get to keep — for as little as 27 cents a day. (The DVD, which also features Nick Prescott, George Ce, Marcus Ruhl, and JR Bronson, is also now shipping from the TitanMen Store.) Sweet!

20 replies
  1. Robert Alvarez
    Robert Alvarez says:

    Oh. My. Fuck. N. GODS!!!

    To call this scene super hot would be a bit of an understatement. Now, if you, Jesse, and your uber-hot, uber-talented, uber-wonderful husband, Dirk Caber were in this scene, it would have needed to come with a consumer warning. Something like:

    WARNING: THE VIEWING OF THIS SCENE WITH TRENTON DUCATI, JAKE GENESIS, JESSE JACKMAN, AND DIRK CABER SHALL CAUSE THE IMMEDIATE MELTING OF ELECTRONIC DEVICES, AND SHALL CAUSE HEAVY BREATHING, HEART ATTACKS AND/OR HEATSTROKES! ALSO, THIS MAY BE PRECEDED BY MASSIVE EXPLOSIONS OF CUM! WATCH AT YOUR OWN RISK!

    Yes, something like that, indeed.

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  2. Liz
    Liz says:

    I realize that the studio owns the rights to the film and can do as it wishes with it, but releasing the it now seems a crappy thing to do. (IMHO) Until I saw this blog article, I’d never heard of Jake Genesis and don’t know anything about what may have happened in his life that lead to his decision to retire from porn, so maybe there was litigation that delayed it’s release. But by waiting a year to put this out, it just seems to me the studio is saying “You got comfortable and thought you’d moved on from your porn career, but ha!, the jokes on you. You’ll never get away,”

    Couldn’t it have been released shortly after his retirement, as a swan song?

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    • Jesse
      Jesse says:

      Hey Liz! Ideally, I totally agree with you; it would have been great to release his scenes shortly after his departure (which was rather abrupt… he burned a lot of bridges, I’m sorry to say) and close the book on his career. I have some inside information on how the business side works, though, so I’ll do my best to explain why that didn’t happen.

      Titan films a lot of scenes. At any given time they might have 50, 60, or more scenes “in the can,” and they release a brand new scene every week, so it can sometimes take a year or longer for a filmed scene to see the light of day. Dick Danger, for example, started filming in December of 2012 and didn’t see a release until January 2014! The production, editing, and release schedules are set way ahead of time. Another thing to consider is that Jake and Trenton’s scene might have been the first of the three scenes filmed for Fast Paced, but due to scheduling conflicts with the actors or production staff or what have you, the other two scenes might not have been filmed until much later. So basically what’s you’re seeing here is that the scene’s release date was set way before Jake’s retirement; releasing it any earlier, even in light of his decision, would have thrown off the whole schedule and messed up everybody in the production chain. Make sense? 😉

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      • Liz
        Liz says:

        Yes, it does make sense. I was judging by the fast turn around time on the scenes you and Dirk shot earlier this year and were recently released, but I see these things are planned out far in advance.

        And wow, I hadn’t realized that a new scene is released each week – that’s a lot and only from one studio. I had no idea the demand was so great.

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        • Jesse
          Jesse says:

          Once in a while — a long while — a scene will be bumped to the head of the priority queue. In the case of me and Dirk’s two scenes, management knew that we’d be representing Titan at IML this year and wanted to do a whole marketing blitz around those two scenes. That’s why there was such a rush from filming to release. Even that, though, was planned months and months ahead of time. But for every one of those, there’s another one that takes even longer than a year… for example, Jessy Ares and I shot Caught in the Act waaaaay back in April 2012, and it didn’t come out until — get this — December of 2013! So much depends on the scheduling. I won’t presume to understand most of the business decisions that determine what gets released when, but I can tell you from experience that the average time-to-release is about a year, maybe a little less… so the release of Jake Genesis’s post-retirement scenes were pretty much right in line with that.

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          • Liz
            Liz says:

            Thanks for taking the time to give me two very informative replies. It’s good to know that Jake likely knew this would happen.

            Going off topic… Having just seen the photo of you and Dirk lounging poolside, I”m wondering if tan lines are a concern with you film career?

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            • Jesse
              Jesse says:

              Well, I can only speak from my personal experience with Titan, but allow me to quote from their model agreement:

              We make every possible effort not to use make-up on models; therefore good skin tone is very important. If sun tanning is necessary, please make sure that you do not have a tan line; a natural looking tan is best.

              It was further explained to me that it’s difficult to light a scene when one of the models looks too pale… for some reason he ends up looking blue. For outdoor shoots, too, without having a base tan we’d probably get really burnt! So we do have to be tan. As far as the no-tan-line thing, for Titan it’s just a stylistic preference, although it differs from studio to studio. Unfortunately, public nude sunbathing is illegal here in Massachusetts, and Dirk and I don’t really have anywhere we can tan outside in private — plus the winters here are cold! — so we use a tanning bed. We don’t overdo it, though, limiting our exposure to only what’s necessary and usually doing so for a week or two before a shoot.

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              • Liz
                Liz says:

                I know nothing about film making, so whenever I, or someone else, asks a behind-the-scenes question, my reaction is always “wow, I had no idea.” And that happened again when learning that a tan (or good skin tone) is actually necessary. And of course the explanation makes perfect sense.

                I definitely know what you mean about the cold winters – I live in upstate NY. Winter sunbathing is not an option – especially this past winter. Brrr!

                Thanks for yet another informative reply. 🙂

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  3. Mark F.
    Mark F. says:

    Thanks for the insider information. The adult film business operates much like the regular film business. One does not just shoot a scene , edit it and put in up in a short time. Unless you are an XTube amateur.

    I do think a nice tan line can be hot, however. Depends on the person.

    The whole thing with Jake was very unfortunate, actually. While this business is not for everybody, it’s obvious he bought into a lot of religious nonsense. As you mention, he was well liked and he seemed always to be enjoying himself onscreen. Of course, there are actual a-holes in the porn business, and that always makes me sad to hear about. I remember talking to one performer who described having to work with someone who made it obvious he wasn’t really interested in having sex with him. That must be hurtful.

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    • Jesse
      Jesse says:

      On a related note, Titan only works with gay performers, and there’s a reason. While some straight guys are great performers in any situation, there are other guys who are, as they say, “gay for pay.” They’re often not into their co-star(s) at all, and sometimes need to pull out their smartphones and watch straight porn between takes to stay hard (much to the consternation of their gay scene partner). Dirk has worked with a couple of straight guys in that category (not naming names!), and yeah, it’s not always easy. On the other hand, he’s also worked with straight guys who really get into the performance aspect of the filming, plus Dirk gets along really well with them, and as a result the scene goes great.

      I think the reason Titan only works with gay models is that it tends to increase the chance that the performers will be attracted to each other, at least on some level. They also try to pair scene partners who are into each other (at least in photos), which helps. My own personal opinion is that as long as the guy is into it, who cares about his orientation… although I totally understand why Titan chooses to do things the way they do.

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      • Liz
        Liz says:

        I recently read a string on Dirk’s Twitter page that started with someone asking him if he was gay or straight and I thought that was a really odd question, but now I see why it was asked. I’m really shocked to learn there are gay-for-pay actors in porn. My first question is: Why? Are there more opportunities in gay porn? Is the money better? Do any of them have wives? Are they all exclusive tops? (Sorry, but your comment has mind reeling with questions.)

        At any rate, I think it’s smart for Titan to work with only gay actors, if for no other reason than to better the odds of chemistry between the actors in the scene. But I think it would also be damaging to the studio if fans were to discover they used straight actors. I wouldn’t be surprised if many gay porn viewers think that if they ever met their favorite actor in person, they’d “have a chance” with him. No doubt fans would feel deceived, which could be damaging to the studio.

        I should add that I don’t feel this way about gay actors taking on straight roles on TV and films. They’re playing characters, not themselves. With porn on the other hand, the thinly sketched plots are simply a means to get to the sex scene. (You’ve said it yourself – the Jesse we see in your films isn’t much different from Dirk’s Jesse.)

        Okay, I’m done… for now. 🙂

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  4. Mark F.
    Mark F. says:

    Everybody looks kinda small next to you Jesse. You ever notice that? LOL. But it really turns guys on when you take a big dick, I can assure you. The bigger and more masculine a guy is, the hotter it is to see him bottom, in my opinion. And I’ve met Josh. He is the sweetest guy in person, just adorable.

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  5. Andrew thomas
    Andrew thomas says:

    Hello Jesse. Just a question does the industry hire guys 45 years old athletic and twinkish? Verst bottom been in the business a few years ago but quit to go with jake genesis.

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    • Jesse
      Jesse says:

      It depends on the studio, as you probably know. I’m not as well-versed in which studios hire which types of guys as I used to be, but if you look around and can find one with a similar aesthetic, it can never hurt to submit a new model application. You can usually find a link to it somewhere on their homepage.

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