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Gay porn star reveals why he’s donating big part of his fee to dogs in need

Gay porn star reveals why he’s donating big part of his fee to dogs in need

Bruce Beckham is raising money for a dog charity | Photo: Naked Sword

A gay porn star has revealed why he’s donating a big part of his fee to a dogs in need.

Bruce Beckham has a huge following and has spent a large part of his career working for the largest porn studios.

But now the porn star can now add pit bull advocate to that resume.

Pit bulls are probably the breed with the most misconceptions; they’re seen as aggressive, fighters and eager to bite.

Some have used the breed to be involved with criminal acts. Some jurisdictions have even banned pit bulls.

But controlled studies have shown pit bulls are not disproportionately dangerous compared to other dog breeds.

Gay porn star donating big part of his scene fees to dogs in need

Bruce told Gay Star News: ‘I rescued a female pit bull puppy with a boyfriend back in 2004. I immediately fell in love with the sweet, loving nature of these dogs.’

Bruce is donating a large percentage of his scene rates to Stand Up For Pits. The non-profit will be providing a free spay and neuter service on 2 April.

The non-profit also helps fund placement of dogs in safe homes and fund emergency surgeries for abused animals.

They also work to redact breed specific legislation that discriminations against pit bulls based on misinformation.

Bruce has already filmed two scenes this week. He estimates he’ll be filming two or three a month.

‘Humans are aggressive: dogs and children are innocent products of their environment,’ Bruce added to GSN.

‘A few evil humans abuse and torture dogs mercilessly. [They] created a cultural stigma against a breed historically used to watch children as “nanny dogs” and statistically no more aggressive than any other breed.’

Stand Up for Pits

Stand Up for Pits was created by stand-up comic Rebecca Corry, who was inspired by her dog Angel.

The non-profit also operates the LA County dogfighting tip line, working to end the torture of dogs by aggressive humans.

But does Bruce still have a dog of his own?

‘Unfortunately my dog passed away at nine years old from a sudden anemic crisis called IMHA,’ he said.

‘My current travel schedule makes it difficult for me to adopt a new puppers at the moment.

‘I invest as much as possible in helping save other pups and promoting awareness of their malignment.’

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