Corbin Fisher Launches

Following in the footsteps of other straight-guy niche content providers, popular gay site CorbinFisher has launched, the first

addition to CorbinFisher's three-year old network of adult sites following the original

This time, however, the emphasis is not on getting straight guys to “go gay,” but on studying hetero studs in their natural habitat. “The guys are straight. This is what they do when the cameras aren’t on, so we wanted to give surfers a glimpse into that part of who the guys are,” says Brian Dunlap, the voice behind CorbinFisher.

The site is geared to straight, gay, bi and curious men and straight and bisexual females, with the emphasis entirely upon the male. “The guy’s the one who gets all the screen time,” Dunlap explains. “It’s all about the pleasure he’s having. It’s not your traditional kind of straight-sex porn.”

Dunlap says the site was the result of “a tremendous amount of feedback over the last couple of years to release videos featuring our popular straight models in action with women,” he tells “I think there’s something voyeuristic about it. Imagine if you’re a gay guy in college and your roommate thinks you’re asleep while he’s ganging his girlfriend in bed across the room. That could be hot to watch.”

Dunlap says the new site compliments AmateurCollegeMen, and gives webmasters a chance to earn new money off old customers. “Maybe a big portion of their traffic has already signed up to Corbin Fisher. Well, now they can start earning new money off those old surfers. This is an opportunity to promote not just one site, but two. There’s an opportunity to earn two commissions off one referral.”

Webmasters interested in promoting the site can use existing affiliate codes to receive credit for any sales to both an

In addition, has undergone a redesign. The site has added improved functionality and features, new sections, new navigation tools and preview images have increased in size. “It was always a goal from the outset to expand on the Corbin Fisher brand and to offer surfers even more,” Dunlap says.