Of course we've all seen it in some capacity through our fascinations with things of adult nature. Everyone has a preference, and the adult industry is constantly expanding and evolving into pleasing certain markets based on demand. MILF's Like it BIG; Thugmart; His First Big Cock; Straight Guys for Queer Eyes...you name it, someone's thought of it. However, it's almost painfully obvious the fact that a blonde haired, blue-eyed person would most likely get more roles, press and fans than a brown or tan skinned person. In the mainstream media, people are getting better about showing how diversity is necessary to portray real life...but since porn isn't "real" do they have to submit to doing the right thing? One thing I've noticed is that any minorities that do not pass as non-minorities in films or at clubs are definitely put into a "niche" catergory. There are some guys like a Matthew Rush, for example, who is of mixed ethnicities, but was able to gain a substantial following for being smoking hot regardless. And then there's Tiger Tyson, who with more than 10 years in the industry was just awarded a Gayvn in a non-minority catergory. In certain strip clubs, the highest paid dancer isn't always the best one, but the one who's got the right "look." Have you ever noticed that when Bambi takes the stage, the dollar bills go flying, but when Caramel's up...they have to get a drink or go to the bathroom? Okay, I'm just really observant by nature, so that one might be a stretch. Then there's Sean Cody. One of the most popular internet-based adult video studios to date. With almost 1,000 videos to chose from, the visual selection has dwindled from diverse to "college guys;" a term that has, as of late, been used as a more pallatable way of saying "in-shape white guys." If you so choose, you can scroll waaay back in the SC archives and discover that YES, at one point there were actually people of other ethnicities jerking off for him and they were pretty attractive...but then again here's my question: Should the Adult Entertainment Industry be seeking to become more diverse or because of the "every man has a fantasy" angle, should they be allowed to commit such discrimination?