Wolf Hudson Returns to Gay Side of Industry

The King of Kink is back! Or at least that's what Wolf Hudson used to call himself back in the day. Following a brief stint in gay porn in 2009, the Dominican stud from New York made a hasty retreat to the straight side of the industry. Before that, he worked for Cocky Boys, where he was an exclusive model and directed scenes, Hot House, Lucas Entertainment and others. Hudson was so popular that he was voted to co-host the Grabby Awards. He also won accolades for his dance moves in a superfan tribute video to Michael Jackson at the time of the King of Pop's death. Now, GayDemon can report that 30-year-old Hudson is returning to the gay side for an exclusive three-month contract with Icon Male. For his first guy-on-guy scene in five years, Hudson will be paired with superstar Connor Maguire in the sequel to director Nica Noelle's Forgive Me Father.

"I left gay porn because I wanted to explore other genres," Hudson says in a statement. "That was when I met Nica Noelle and started working with her. She was all about capturing real passion and intimacy in her films, and that inspired me as an artist. So when I decided I wanted to return to gay porn, Nica was the first person I called."

Hudson is the first exclusive to be signed by the Montreal-based Icon Male, which is part of Mile High Media. And Noelle calls her partnership with "Wolfie" a collaboration.

"This is such an exciting moment for us," Nica adds. "When I first met Wolf five years ago, I fell in love with his passion, his commitment to authenticity and his refusal to let industry politics dictate his sexuality. He's been a real trailblazer in adult film, and it's an honor to work with him again. I think the fans are going to be very pleased that Wolf Hudson is back."

This is the perfect time for the studio to announce its first exclusive. Icon Male recently launched a membership site via Buddy Profits where viewers can watch more than a dozen scenes from recent releases, including the original Forgive Me Father with Nick Capra and Armond Rizzo, for the first time online.

Forgive Me Father 2 is set for a March release, and Hudson says that he's "very excited to reconnect with my gay fans again." For more information, visit Icon Male.

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