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What if you could lull yourself to and imagine Hunter Scott with Derick Baldwin? Then, Matt Holder with Randy White! Plus Derick Baldwin with Matt Holder! Followed by Hunter Scott with Matt Gunther and Dirk Angeles, in his solo adult debut! Well fellas, your dream has come true! Dream on!




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I picked booth number four. Entered, inserted my money and began perusing all of the available channels. Hardcore, trans, group sex, all kinds of porn. Unzipping my pants, I began fondling my cock and waited to see if anyone would put their cock through the gloryhole.


A man in his late 50s stood next to me, his pants all the way at his ankles stroking his exposed cock while watching the shemale porn on the monitor. I leaned on the wall next to him and began to rub my cock through my pants, showing my hard dick pressing through them.


As a gay man directing straight hardcore pornographic films in the 1970s, Zebedy Colt smuggled a certain queer eros into the visual culture of heterosexuality. Indeed, he belonged to a queer cohort of hetero-pornographers whose subversive flourishes have gone largely unrecognized by porn studies and queer studies scholars, in part because of the incomplete archives generally used to narrate and analyze pornography. Yet Colt's work, in such films as The Devil Inside Her (1976), Sex Wish (1976), Virgin Dreams (1977), and others, was a reactionary queer cinema, in which he leveraged a particularly misogynistic white masculinity to achieve his queer interventions. This article attends to both his implantation of queer desire into the heart of normative heterosexuality and the gender and racial politics that allowed heteromasculinity to absorb those seeming challenges without any threat of veering toward a queer utopian horizon.


As a gay man directing straight hardcore pornographic films in the 1970s, Zebedy Colt smuggled a certain queer eros into the visual culture of heterosexuality. Indeed, he belonged to a queer cohort of hetero-pornographers whose subversive flourishes have gone largely unrecognized by porn studies and queer studies scholars, in part because of the incomplete archives generally used to narrate and analyze pornography. Yet Colt's work, in such films as The Devil Inside Her (1976), Sex Wish (1976), Virgin Dreams (1977), and others, was a reactionary queer cinema, in which he leveraged a particularly misogynistic white masculinity to achieve his queer interventions. This article attends to both his implantation of queer desire into the heart of normative heterosexuality and the gender and racial politics that allowed heteromasculinity to absorb those seeming challenges without any threat of veering toward a queer utopian horizon.


It is certainly a truism that gay has moved into the mainstream. We are a marketing demographic, some would say a marketing dream with plenty of disposable income (leaving aside for the moment stereotypes that all gays are rich).


Sure, there's the Potter Stewart test: "We will reject Apps for any content or behavior that we believe is over the line," read the app store guidelines, locked behind a wall and accessible only to paid-up developers. "What line, you ask? Well, as a Supreme Court justice once said, 'I'll know it when I see it.' And we think that you will also know it when you cross it." But it also has the Thanksgiving-dinner test: "If you want to criticize a religion, write a book." And the professionalization test: "We have lots of serious developers who don't want their quality Apps to be surrounded by amateur hour." And the enough-already test: "We don't need any more Fart Apps." And with that, the dream of scores of young developers are crushed.


When it comes to the Internet, Apple is hardly the only gatekeeper in town. Amazon, you might remember, drew condemnation for kicking WikiLeaks off its Web servers after Joe Lieberman suggested it should. And Florida's Dove World Outreach Center got dropped from its Web host after it called for marking September 11 by burning Qurans. But the Web hosting market is robust. A better comparison for Apple might be what happened recently with ICANN, the nonprofit that runs the Internet's naming system. ICANN approved a porn-themed .xxx top-level domain against the objections of several world governments and many technologists. The strongest argument in favor of the approval: ICANN is there just to make sure the Internet functions, not to play culture cop.


In the first half they focus on the groove, with Cambodian and Mexican-Peruvian psychedelia, Brazilian rap beats, French dubstep, Polish trip-hop, Glasgow Afrobeat and Welsh rap-folktronica among others; in Part 2 they go altogether deeper, with Saharan radio recordings, Maghrebi musicians digging Stravinsky, a Japanese electronica monk and unearthed cyborg gay porn soundtracks. Enjoy the trip! Full tracklist is below.


"We received word from your former employer that you are an excel-lent programmer. You future here has an amazing outlook. You will receive a corner office with access to all kinds of pornography. Let me show a sample of the powerpoint, by which I mean ball gag."


WAKEFIELD POOLE (b. 1936) is an artist and innovator whose work deserves to be taken seriously for its contribution to gay culture and to culture in general. Like many creative people, Poole did not stick to just one medium, but because he became known as a maker of gay adult movies, he has been forever pigeonholed as a film pornographer.


He sang as a child, danced for the Ballets Russes in the late '50s, became a choreographer on Broadway, then started experimenting with film in the late '60s, just in time for gay liberation. By switching his talents to making adult gay movies--a very risky thing to do in 1971--Poole created what is arguably the first commercial movie in this genre, namely Boys in the Sand, which was the first gay porno to be reviewed in Variety magazine and the first to achieve box-office success. Poole would go on to produce a number of other movies, notably Bijou (1972), Wakefield Poole's Bible (1973), and Take One (1976), which are discussed at length below. 041b061a72


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