Risk Aware Consensual Kink

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In the world of BDSM and kink there is a well-known phrase ‘Safe Sane Consensual’ or ‘SSC’. This term has been the most popular and well-known “rule” that all good kinksters follow. It has been “the” rule of thumb for a while but now there’s RACK. RACK is a newer acronym standing for Risk Aware Consensual Kink, and it also just happens to be a great pun. Now, why not both, why is one better than the other? Here I will compare RACK and SSC to give you a better idea of the difference.

SSC, Safe Sane and Consensual, sounds great right? Let’s break it down.

Safe

What is safe? Nothing we do as kinksters is truly safe really, there are huge risks to both our physical and psychological well-being involved in BDSM and other fetish and kink activities. We can obviously make attempts at safety but at the end of the day there is risk involved, yet safe implies no risk.

Sane

Kinksters, just like the rest of society, are holistic human beings and this includes mental illness, making the word sane here potentially offensive and exclusionary. Should someone with a mental illness not be allowed to make the executive decision to involve themselves in kink? Many kinksters I know use BDSM as a form of self-care and therapy, nothing soothes them more than being bound and tied or having a good session on a St Andrews cross to relax after a hard week of work. I assume this was meant to imply that everyone involved in the kinky activities was not doing it from a place of rage or an abusive mindset, unfortunately, abuse is still common in the world of kink as it is possible in any interpersonal relationship, but it is the wrong choice of word. Not everyone with a mental illness is abusive and not everyone who is abusive has a mental illness. In short, having sane as part of our community’s unofficial rule for kink is ableist.

Consensual

Consent: there’s no kink without it. It’s the main thing that separates the wonderful world of kink from abuse. We love consent in all its forms and it’s something that doesn’t happen just once, it’s constant and something to routinely check in on. Consent absolutely belongs in this acronym and is the only part of SSC I agree with wholeheartedly. Consent has to be freely given by a person of legally consenting age.

On a surface level, SSC sounds good, but let’s look at RACK (Risk Aware Consensual Kink) and why it’s – in my opinion – better.

 

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Risk Aware

Risk aware more accurately describes what we do, and also ties into consent, everyone involved in a BDSM or a kinky activity should be well aware of what they’re getting themselves into. For example, rope bunnies and riggers alike should be aware of the risks in rigging and rope play, as you can permanently damage someone’s nerves with the wrong knot, dislocate something, or there’s the potential risk of being dropped.

The more risk aware you are, the more educated on the activity, and that is what BDSM and kink should be about. Being aware of the risk also includes the risk to your mental health – sub drop and Dom/me drop is a thing and should be taken seriously. Also, the risk that the person you are playing with is potentially an abusive person. Being risk aware means being vigilant about who you choose to engage in play with, it can mean asking around for references and learning to trust your gut.

Consensual Kink

Consensual kink replaces both the Sane and Consensual parts of SSC. Someone with mental illness doesn’t have to be “sane” (which is a loaded word anyway), to participate in what they want to. If anyone, mentally ill or otherwise, is lucid and can consent – meaning a sober and INFORMED* – then they have just as much right as anyone else to be involved.

Consent can be revoked at any time. This goes for kink, general romantic and sexual activities. Consent is something that should be checked before, during and after play. If someone feels their consent was violated it’s something that needs to be discussed. In the world of kink we have ‘safe words’ and having a safe word (and in some cases a hand signal, noise, or nonverbal cue) is a big important part of consensual kink.

Consent can be formal, like in some D/s (Dominant/submissive) relationships people will write up a contract of everything they are agreeing to, but it should never end there. Consent should be given before, during and after and this doesn’t have to be formal, it can be fun, sexy and part of the experience. A simple “harder?”, “softer?”, or “do you like that?” are examples of refreshing consent in the middle of an activity. Consent is never because you feel pressured or obligated, even in kink and D/s you don’t owe anyone anything.

* Someone cannot consent to something unless you have explicitly laid it out for them. Kink is all about truthful communication. Details are mandatory.

I hope now you can make an informed decision on which suits you, SSC vs RACK or even something else, it’s really up to you. At the end of the day all that matters is that you are informed and consenting/have consent but also that you are enjoying yourself and getting what you need and want from the experience. You will need to take note of the risks of BDSM Play and be aware of the steps needed to stay safe during couples sex.

 

About the author: Erin is a consultant from Oh Zone Adult Lifestyle Centres

 

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Check Out The Love Gloves!

Condoms to Prevent STI

The “Condom” or whatever you want to call it, it goes by many names. A Rubber, Naughty Bag, English Riding Coat, Love Glove, Private Johnston’s Rain Jacket, and Insurance Glove you get the idea. Whatever you may call it, the Condom has its fans and its hatters. And both sides bring equally valid arguments to the debate, everything from poor fit to sensation loss. Let’s take a closer look at some of these; like most things I talk about, the choice is yours to make. You must be responsible for your own body, know your facts and know yourself.

The following are some of the most common reasons people use in the Great Condom Debate!

They don’t fit!

This might be the most common excuse given when a guy refuses to use condoms. While this is a very valid argument with as many as 40% of men laying claim to this. The condom design we have today has not changed since 1903 when they began using rubber condoms instead of “skin” (made from Sheep intestine) condoms. It wasn’t until the 1920’s when Latex was invented that having a liquid that could be moulded to form and then mass produced eliminated many of the size issues.

Still, 10% of men still claim that condoms are too tight another, 17% claim they are too loose, while 60% claim the condom bunches up (This increases the chance of the whole condom sliding off during intercourse). Lastly, 15% of men claim to experience “Foreskin Drag” (When the condom gets pulled into the foreskin). These are all valid and true excuses, but to be honest…

This, my friends, this is just a lazy shopper! If you gave up that easy because you bought a few general condoms at the local shops, and either you didn’t know how to put the condom on or by chance the condom really didn’t fit, might just be saying what a careless lover you are?

There are over 15 size variations from different condom makers globally. From length to width, whatever the issue, there is a condom fit for you! (If you want more information about fitting condoms, let me know in the comments.)

They are no fun!

Saying condoms are no fun, is like saying variety is bland… It can’t be argued that some of the sensation is lost when using a condom specifically for the male and that the sensation of slippery skin to skin feeling might not be the same, these condoms are the only thing keeping your risk of infection at almost 0.

Condoms these days are more than just an attempt at contraceptive. Condoms can give your mind ease regarding STI’s and pregnancy, but they can also add so many levels of pleasure and fun to your intimate sessions. Condoms come textured for both his and her pleasure, ribbing on the inside and the outside! Condoms today come in countless flavours, and everyone has had those days where you just weren’t into your partners… let’s say natural flavour.

I just don’t see where the lack of fun is?

 

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It’s just an extra cost!

Excuse me? The last global census puts condoms in the lowest bracket of consumer goods. Globally condoms cost on average $1. $1! The average single dose of Gonorrhoea medication is $17. If you’re not familiar with the symptoms of Gonorrhoea, dig a little deeper because that $1 condom might not seem so bad. The average cost of having a baby is $9,700. Again another cost that can be avoided with an “extra” cost of $1.

To top this off condoms are given away at all clinics and health care facilities if you don’t see any just ask!

I’m on Contraceptive!

The benefits of hormonal contraceptive have been proven to help with more than preventing pregnancies, the one thing it still cannot do is fight off those nasty infections that are so easily passed through bodily fluids. A contraceptive is great for controlling and effecting hormone systems. No product on the market has the ability to prevent or fight against Sexually Transmitted Infections. The list of these possible infections is ever growing, new strains of previously known STI’s are adapting and even becoming medication resistant. If you experience any symptoms of an STI, find your local general practitioner through Health Engine and book in for a sexual health examination .

Only “Heteros” need them!

It is very clear that Heterosexual relationships can lead to pregnancy, while Homosexual relationships don’t, but as previously discussed pregnancy shouldn’t be your only concern. For anyone participating in anal sex, it is very important to remember that the inner lining of the anus or bowels is much more permeable. This means that its chance of infection is much much higher. The rectum doesn’t have any defence from introduced bacteria or infections. Wearing a condom during any anal intercourse is really the only line of defence.

In Conclusion

If you are experiencing “fit” issues, try try and try again. There are so many size variations available to you. Having sex with an ill-fitting condom is really defeating its whole purpose. When condoms are loose, fluids are able to escape which can lead to potential infection. Don’t hesitate to visit any of our store locations, a friendly staff member will be happy to answer any questions and perhaps give you some condom options that might work better for you.

 

About the author: KrizPatrick BA(Hon) Psychology Human Sexuality

 

 

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To Douche Or Not To Douche?

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A topic maybe not frequently spoken about might be a little embarrassing for some, but it’s certainly searched through the inter webs a lot. Countless upon countless blogs and articles outlining the do’s and the dont’s when it comes to anal douching. With anal douching just like everything else there are risks both ways. If you don’t douche… well those risk are clearer. If you do decide to douche, how and with what are very important. The following is simply some facts about the biological effects that can occur from douching vs not for you to mull over, the decision is ultimately yours to make as you see fit. I am not a medical professional simply a Human Sexuality and Psychology Graduate.

What is Douching?

It might be best for me to start off by explaining for anyone who isn’t familiar, what douching is. Douching is a cleaning aid system that involves passing water through the anus into the rectum and lower bowels or colon. This part of the body is where our digestive waste collects before disposal. The process of douching can be done in several ways from bulbs to attachments for your everyday household taps and showers. You can find these at any of our Oh Zone Adult Lifestyle Centre or online at the Adultsmart store.

Anal Sex And Sexually Transmitted Infections

It is already common knowledge that with anal sex comes a higher risk of STI infection including a higher risk of HIV, and that this is due to the lining of the intestines/bowels to be so thin and therefore it is very fragile, this is why having safe sex is important. What might not be as commonly known is that sphincter or anus acts as a sort of warning barrier in terms of the cluster of nerves that it contains and the design of the muscles. The muscles face outwards to align with the peristalsis or digestive direction i.e. bowel movements. Just entering the anus goes against its physiology so care must be taken. The anus is also full of pain receptors like the skin only in more numbers, they are there specifically there to warn the body of any “aggressive intruder” if you will. These pain receptors have to be gently enticed to relax. Now one might think the solution would be to go slow and use lube? Only it’s not that simple, these specifically placed pain receptors are only located in the first 5cm of the asshole itself, meaning any bump, scratch or tear could go unnoticed causing serious damage and possible infection. But we’re not talking about anal sex, the process of douching can easily have damaging effects.

 

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Does Water Impact The Linings Of The Bowel?

One of the biggest concerns with douching is that by adding water to the bowels you can damage the fragile lining which of course is true. This fragile lining is designed to absorb water, but when it absorbs water in access it increases blood flow to the heart which carries many of its own dangerous risks. When the lining itself is damaged or waterlogged this leads to higher chance of infections.  Inserting the nozzle of the douching device brings a high risk of cutting or tearing the lining, which we have already stated brings high risk of infection. These are all true and bring high risks, which is why taking due care when douching is so important. A common topic that often gets brought up in the debate that is “Douching” is that overuse or frequent use will interfere with your natural workings, and that you could end up dependent on stool softeners and laxatives. There just haven’t been any long term studies actually looking at in depth the effects of frequent anal douching that can conclusively support this.

Why Do People Use Douches?

Now after discussing all the terrible things that can occur from damaging one of the most fragile parts of the body, you might be asking yourself why? Why put yourself at that kind of risk? It’s obvious to anyone reading this you already know the pleasures of anal play, or have been enticed enough to begin your research. You obviously want to experience the pleasures that come with anal interaction and want to be safe about it. So again ask to douche or not? Scat play or sex that involves poo is a fetish “Coprophilia”, is it right for you?

It is important to know that any interaction with fecal matter or poo brings a risk of bacterial infection. Unprotected penetration can cause severe UTI’s in men when fecal matter enters the urethra, Hepatitis A and E are also commonly found in feces, so oral or rimming an area containing feces is also very risky. There are also numerous GI (Gastrointestinal) diseases carried out of the body in this waste, such as Salmonella. The list and the symptoms are endless and none of them seem enjoyable and many can be fatal if not treated.

Conclusion

With all the above information and any other sources you find, it’s time for you to assess your comfort level with fecal matter or “poo” before deciding if douching is right for you. You might be one of those people who has regular bowel movement. When I say regular I mean regular on time and regular of a solid consistency that leaves you feeling completely evacuated. If you are, well la di da aren’t you special! Jokes, if you are you might be confident enough to know your schedule and be able to get away with a quick shower and a thorough cleaning between the cheeks and maybe a quick insert of the finger and you’re ready for insertion. There’s always the small small chance of something left behind. To quote the phrase “Shit happens” it’s true, when playing in this region it’s bound to happen. So how do you feel about that?

I have presented you with many but certainly not all of the biological risks involved with douching or not, the decision is yours!

 

About the author: KrizPatrick BA(Hon) Psychology Human Sexuality at Oh Zone Adult Lifestyle Centres

 

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3 Things People Fear About Anal Sex

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There’s a lot of fear when it comes to anal play and yet, there’s still much curiosity about it. I was reminded of this idea when a young straight lad came into one of the stores this evening and asked a few questions regarding anal – despite the fear there’s still an abundance of curiosity regarding this type of play. More so, as we slowly move beyond the idea that sex is purely for reproduction and instead focus on the more sex positive attitude that sex is for pleasure as well.  This article is about breaking down the fear of anal play and we will do that by first acknowledging those fears, stripping them back and then talking about the ways to engage in anal play in a safe and comfortable way.

Anal Sex’s Ick Factor

There’s the whole shit on the dick thing. We’ve all heard the story about that one time when so and so’s friend had that awful experience when it came to that one night. This fear is fairly common, and it stems from our upbringing. The studies have shown that when a small impressionable child starts curiously playing with their genitals, and they’re told that that’s a dirty thing to do – then obviously they associate that feeling with their genitals. Some people grow out of it, some do not, and as a result whether we acknowledge it or not, our relationship with sex, sexuality and our bodies stems largely from our upbringing and the way those around us deal with issues of sex.  Our relationship with anal is largely because many individuals associate it with part of the human waste system. It’s an out not an in, is a common phrase which reinforces this idea. Let’s debunk this. Unless the body is just about to pass waste, or has recently done so – then there is actually very little chance of the dreaded shit on the dick factor. The anal cavity actually has a very thorough self-cleaning system which works really well. Yes, there are some risks if you’re playing rough, or you’re dealing with long toys or dicks, but in general the risk is actually quite small. The more you know!

Anal Sex’s Gay Factor

Butt sex, ass play, has long been considered the domain of gay men. There are countless ‘help me’ articles in magazines from concerned girlfriends who are worried that they’re beautiful boy is suddenly about to turn into a drag queen because he likes a bit of finger action. I’m not too sure where this one started, but anal play is not the domain of gay men. What might even surprise you, is that there are a lot of gay men in the world that don’t enjoy anal sex.  In an article by the Journal of sexual health and medicine, a study involving 25,000 gay and bisexual identifying men, stated that over 75% of participants responded with that their most recent sexual encounter involved the receiving or giving of oral sex. Contrast that with 36% of participants responding with their most recent sexual encounter involving anal play. In fact, mutual masturbation, kissing, genital and genital contact is a far more frequent occurrence among gay men.This is actually an issue which is fading over time. As people are becoming more in tune with their bodies, more comfortable in their sexuality and their openness about sex and sexuality – the stigma about anal play is slowly being broken down. Considering that prostate play is some of the most intense orgasmic experiences that a male can feel and massaging the prostate has benefits – then there’s a lot of people missing out on great sex because they think it’s a bit gay. The thing is, that anal play is not synonymous with a sexuality.

Anal Sex’s Ouch Factor

Anal sex can hurt. In saying that, there’s usually a few very select reasons as to why it hurts. One of the main reasons as to why it hurts, is because you think it’s going to hurt.  Consider the first time that you had sex, the awkwardness of it, the way it hurt a little and the way that it might have been over in just a few minutes. Very few first times are awesome, and what happens is they might have a bad experience which tarnishes any future experiences towards anal play. What we generally find, especially with younger partners, is they might rush through anal play for the first time, and this in turn can cause discomfort. Anal sex is not like other variation of penetrative sex. It requires patience, lubricant, and a recognition that the body might take time to adjust. There’s a myriad of different factors that need to be considered, but the main one that’s often ignored – is the fear. The anxiety. Which in turn affects the body’s ability to relax and you’ll tense up and it will hurt.

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Tips for Anal Sex

Anal sex is not necessary. You’re not obligated to add it to your sexual to do list, and quite frankly, the best way to have anal sex is to want it. When you want it, when you’re curious, when you’re relaxed and able to enjoy it is the best time to have anal sex. And, if I’m being honest, when you’re horny as all hell.  This combination of things is going to make anal play so much easier.  Once you’re used to it, you’ll find it much easier to add to your routine.

Patience. Patience is necessary when it comes to anal play. The muscles are involuntary, therefore it will take time for them to adjust to having something there which is not normally so. Lubricate some, put more lubricant on, and breathe.

If you’re really worried about some mess, then you can use a douche to help prepare. But one following the instructions on a douche you will need to wait about an hour before having sex. Also, don’t use that one hour to travel to your playmates house as the water needs to dry up and could end up on your favourite underwear. Douche, wait half an hour, and then start moving.

Follow these tricks will help you in riding that pole like a pro.

About the author: Stephen is a consultant from Oh Zone Adult Lifestyle Centres

 

 

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5 Ways to U-Haul a Lesbian Death Bed

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​​Packing all of your belonging’s into a U-Haul to move in together after just 3 months is possibly the greatest tradition in lesbian civilization. Alas, it is not just a great joke followed by a wink and a nudge after a first same-sex date – I too am guilty of adhering to the ‘stereotype’ and packed up all of my belongings to move in with my partner after just a few short months.

 

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The beginning of the relationship is fiery, thrilling, impromptu. You find yourself having sex anywhere you can –  you need it.
But what happens when the ‘newness’ of the relationship wears off? If you’re unlucky, calamity is certain *Dun dun dunnnnnn* –  Lesbian Bed Death. It’s a real thing. Sure, not something that is exclusive to lesbian relationships; though, studies show that long-term lesbian relationships are most at ‘risk’ of having less sex than other couples, and can experience lower levels of intimacy. And as a self-obsessed female in a lesbian relationship, I’m going to explain why you may be feeling this way and give you some tips to help you out of it.
It’s important that you know that I’m not saying it’s the end of the world and I’m certainly not saying that you’re never going to have fiery, thrilling, impromptu sex again, believe me! Though I do know that once you start going down that rabbit hole, it can seem like the pressure of having great sex feels endless and paradoxically, whilst wanting to fix the issue, the pressure of doing so can lead to even less sex or no sex.
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Usually by this time you’re both aware of your ‘issues’, though if you feel as though your partner doesn’t fully understand, or isn’t struggling as much as you are – you should definitely begin by talking about what’s happening.
Below are a few other things you could try to kick start that fire:
1. Talk about it. Does your partner feel the same?
No: Tell them how you’re feeling. Explain that you’re feeling distant from them. Assess their reaction and progress to ‘yes’.
Yes: Discuss what might be causing a lack of desire. Exhaustion? Stress? A schedule clash?
The good news is that all of the above you can fix. You most likely need to take some time out for yourselves and then take some time to be with each other. It is common when feeling exhausted or stressed to feel as though you have no time for yourself. Then adding in someone else who feels as though you have no time for them, it can become incredibly frustrating.
Take a bit of time for yourself. Go on a walk, have a bath, get your hair done, wax your legs; whatever makes you feel good, you know? If you’ve been neglecting yourself you need to build you back up first. Now you can focus on mending those holes. Schedule clash? Plan your weeks together. Get out your diaries and make sure you have a couple of free evenings together and maybe a full day (or ideally all weekend) to spend together.
2. If you’ve tried making yourselves have sex for the sake of it, and it hasn’t sparked that fire, try to not have sex for 30 days. I know, I know. You’re trying to get it on, but sometimes giving yourselves a break from ‘forcing’ the deed can reset that desire and build up some sexual tension. This means no touching of anything that’s usually covered by your bra or underwear, okay!
You’ll need to mutually agree to this but it is a great way to build up some ‘organic’ sexual tension.
Try other intimate practices. Back/shoulder massages, a candle lit bath together or even a candle lit w/vino dinner. The idea of no sex for a month isn’t to drive you away from each other, it’s to still get your intimacy fix, whilst sub-consciously building back up that desire.
3. Whilst on that 30 day rest, try to not discuss sex either. Lesbians love to overthink and can over talk just about anything to demise. Leave the topic off of the list. If you’re both already experiencing a stint in your sex drives, you’ve probably already given each other shit about it, especially if you’re a psycho lesbian like me anyway. Because you know, it’s never your fault!
Put the topic away. Don’t even think about it. Why create more stress than you’re already experiencing?
4. BRING BACK DATE NIGHT. So frequently at the beginning of a relationship, we surprise each other or set a night which is your night. Bring that back. Don’t invite anyone else. Do an activity, or ideally something which you can really enjoy each other’s company doing. For example, bowling, dinner at a restaurant or try learning a new skill together like a cooking class, or a sculpting class.
If you’re on a low budget, clear the house of any house mates and do an activity together at home or have a games night. Trust me, it’s a great, inexpensive way to re-connect with each other.
5. During your month of no sex, adopt a ‘no criticism policy’. Just stop! It’s so easy to snap at your partner when you’re feeling stressed or tired, and say something hurtful or critical that is unnecessary. That negativity boils over and that could be the reason you’re in this situation. I’m the worst, if I’m having a bad day or I’m feeling down, I’ve been known (slight understatement) to pick at my partner at the little things and just being a generally bitter bitch. Stop that!
Compliment each other. Thank them for things. “Hey thanks for cleaning the kitchen” or “thanks or doing some washing”. Negativity breeds negativity and naturally if you flip that positivity is only going to breed positivity.
Lesbian bed death isn’t the end of your relationship and there are SO many more things you can try to get back into the swing of things. All it takes is a little romancin’, a date night and being less critical of each other, to get you back to those early passionate days.
Happy re-connecting!

 

About the author: Chloe is a consultant from Oh Zone Adult Lifestyle Centres

A True Polyamorist Does Not Cheat!

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For those who do not know what polyamory is, it is the practice and desire of intimate relationships with more than one person. It comes from the Greek word poly which means “many” and the Latin word amor which means “love”. It literally translates to “many love”. It is an unconventional form of love because the monogamous-centered society dictates that love should be monogamous and your heart should only be reserved to that one special person.

This conventional notion of monogamous love is so prevalent that companies and even media capitalizes on it through dating websites, mobile applications, dating shows and romance novels. Which is why, for most people, polyamory is viewed as taboo and sexual promiscuous. They even equate it to infidelity and cheating.

Honesty and Commitment are Cornerstones of Polyamory

In conservative societies, except for Islamic societies, polyamory is frowned upon. But one important characteristic of polyamory that people tend to not understand is commitment and honesty. Polyamorists have consensual non-monogamous relationships and that is the basic characteristic of polyamory. This is opposed to cheating wherein a committed person steps out of the relationship boundaries without the permission of the other person which is characterized by dishonesty, cheating, infidelity and disloyalty. In this light, a polyamorist can never be called a cheater. Polyamory is about having multiple committed relationships with the consent of everyone involved.

Another common misconception when it comes to the idea of polyamory is that it is the same as open relationships. Open relationships, by definition, are committed couples who have casual partners on the side. In this scenario of open relationships, the two couples remain loyal and committed to each other, though a “side fling” is consensual. The other committed partner agrees that the other partner can engage in nothing more then having sexual relationships with other people. Although open relationships are also classified as consensual non-monogamy, open marriages and open relationships are not classified as polyamorous relationships. This is because a polyamorist’s commitment is to all partners, although there may be cases where the degree of commitment is not equal. In the case of polyamorous relationships, psychologists have found out that polyamorous relationships are centered on trust and communication.

Polyamory is also misconstrued as “swinging” which is a more common term. While polyamory involves sexual activity in the group, it emphasizes no emotional or romantic connection as opposed to swinging which involves open and consensual activity among people of a group. Truth be told, there is a cultural rift among polyamorists and the swinger communities because of these major differences. Although swinging is a form of consensual non-monogamy, it does not usually involve commitment and it emphasizes only on physical contact. However, there are cases where the two concepts may intertwine when a swinger falls in love with different partners and decides to start a polyamorist relationship.

Polyamory Is About Loyalty

When a polyamorist decides to ‘swing’ with secret partners, by definition they are not a polyamorist anymore. Secret relationships not known to their polyamorist partners are seen as a violation of their relationship agreement. It is seen as being disloyal and engaging in infidelity which is frowned upon in the polyamory community. Fidelity is seen as not only being limited to romantic and sexual exclusivity but faithfulness to agreements and communication that partners make. Polyamory is about the values that the individuals hold and the respect that they have for each other. Commitment is honesty and loyalty to one’s own words.

In a scientific research, studies have found out that people have strong stigma against polyamorist’s. Society sees monogamous relationships as having stronger commitments and more stability. In a monogamous-driven world, this is not surprising. But in all honesty, polyamorist’s also help each other. Since there is emotional investment, polygamists want what is best for their partners. They can help pay the bill, fix the house, do domestic activities and help out at work, in the same way that monogamous couples function.

The social stigma stems out from prejudice and ignorance in the understanding of why and how polyamorists love. As a matter of fact, non-monogamous participants in this very same experiment ranked their monogamous partners higher than themselves when it came to the definition of being committed. This makes polyamorist’s a sexual minority, the same way that there are still discriminations against the LGBT community and in other countries, the struggle for women’s equal rights.

Social stigma affects family members and children of polyamorists. A different study was conducted to analyze the effects of polyamory to children and it shows that other people think that these children are troubled and can be negatively affected by the negative behaviour of their parents. But in all honestly, research also points out that children in polyamorist families are happier because children generally love to be around as many adults as they can. Children are happy if they know that more people love them.

 

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Polyamory Is About Openness and Acceptance

When people are seriously in love, they tend to want to control how their partners should think and what their partners should do. In a polyamorous relationship, you should not control your partners on who they should love or have relationships with. It is typical for most human beings to feel the need to control and be jealous, this is part of the human evolutionary code. It is normal for people to think they are not enough or if they have done something wrong for their partners to look for other relationships. The same as with monogamous relationships, this thought process also occurs and it is perfectly normal, to begin with. However, with constant communication, this feeling of inadequacy will be quelled and properly dealt with. It is also important, especially in polyamorous relationships to keep an open mind and be open to suggestions. This starts by developing respect for your partners to make them feel that their emotions and opinions matter to you as well.

Polyamorist’s are open to negotiating boundaries and agreements where they consult with their partners. For example, if they have new relationship prospects they work together to develop a decision.

There has been much debate to classify polyamory as a sexual orientation and identity though most would say that it is a form of practice within a relationship. Because of its complexity and emotional subjectivity, polygamous relationships gender identity rules are not an issue. For example, a monogamous couple may decide to engage in heterosexual polyamorous relationships. They then can decide to engage in consensual homosexual relationships. The members of these groups accept and love each other regardless of their sexual orientation and gender identity.

Polyamorist’s have Compersion

A relatively new concept compersion is widespread among polyamorists. When a person has compersion, it means that they are empathetic, joyful and happy to know that their partner is happy within their other polygamous relationship’s sexual and romantic activities.

It is the same feeling when your own child gets awards in school or when your best friend finally gets married. It is taking joy in the joy of others. The exact opposite feeling of jealousy which is what monogamous couples become when they are cheated on. When people cheat on, they feel anger, fear, betrayal, sadness, and some even go through depression. Polyamorist’s do not feel these emotions when their partners find and enjoy other relationships.

Polyamorous Relationships Are Healthy

In the United States alone, 5% of the total population is open to the idea of polyamory and about 500,000 engage in polyamorous relationships. With the growing popularity, scientific and sociological studies are being conducted to assess polyamorous behavior. These studies found polyamorous relationships to be healthy. They found that communication is key to happy and successful relationships. Another study shows that polyamorists are usually people with high degrees of openness, confidence, intelligence, self-worth, education and are focused on experiences in life.

When it comes to sex, research shows that polyamorist’s are less likely to contract sexually-transmitted diseases (STD) than their monogamous counterparts. This is because polyamorist’s communicate with their partners it is alright to have sex with other people sa long as they practice safe sex and stay loyal to their other agreements. The study also states that when people cheat they are most likely to be drunk or under the influence of drugs which is their justification for not wearing protection.

 

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The Four Types of Polyamory

Believe it or not, there are four types of polyamory. There is no ideal type of polyamory, the one chosen depends on the group’s agreements.

Polygamy

Polygamy is the most familiar term which involves marrying many people and having many legal spouses. In some societies, mostly in Islamic societies, this is accepted because it is a part of their culture. Some modern Islamic societies have passed laws that requires having hierarchical polygamy, meaning there is a first wife, a second wife, a third wife and so on.

Even if it is legal for some countries to allow citizens to engage in three or more partners sharing sexual relationships, there are no countries that give polyamorous relationships any legal protection or the right to marry. The countries which permits polygamous marriages, only ones between a man and a women are allowed.

Mono/Poly Relationships

In Mono/Poly Relationships one partner may have a monogamous relationship while the other partner may be allowed to have polygamous relationships. This depends upon the agreement between the couples as to how they should proceed with their relationship.

Polyfidelity

Polyfidelity involves polyamorist’s who have romantic relationships where sexual contact is restricted and limited to certain people in the group. The members of the group are considered as equal partners.

Geometric Configurations

Geometric configurations are described by the interconnectedness and the number of people involved in a polyamorous relationship. For example a V (vee) relationship involves three people while an N relationship involves four people. Some additional examples are quads and triads.

In Conclusion

To those who think that polyamorists are cheaters, that statement is incorrect. Polyamorists are honest and communicate with their partners, as cheaters are just plain liars. Polyamory is more than being a form of relationship or an identity, but an advocacy. The conservative stigma still exists, there is the still the struggle for legal recognition and protection of polyamorist’s. It is an important struggle that needs to be won for people who want nothing but love. No one has the monopoly of love nor does anyone have the right to dictate who or how a person should love. Love is an irrational human behavior and is subjective to a person’s preferences and personal identity. To love and to be loved in return are basic human needs as people need affection.

So if you know someone who has a polyamorous relationships, do not judge them. Try to understand how they think and what they feel, then maybe you will relate with them. Polyamorists are not perfect. These people also face the same problems as monogamous people. They also fight just like any human being, they also have the capacity to fall out of love. But what is important in relationships is that there should be communication, honesty and respect for your partner’s decisions and opinions. This after all, is what relationships are about.

 

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How Do You Know If Your Gay?

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A question I’m sure most people have thought of or have considered at least once in their lives is “am I gay?” Or, “does this make me gay?”

Maybe you are, maybe you aren’t – unfortunately, there is no real checklist or online test that you can take that will give you an easy yes or no answer. Some people in their early teens feel inklings that they may be gay, and then later find that they’re not. Some people go years, get married, have children and then say “shit, I’m actually gay“. Some people come out of the womb blanketed in the rainbow flag singing *insert gayest song you can think of*. And that is the beauty of it. We’re all different!

So, there are straight people and there are gay people…or so we are told. If you prefer your sexual dilemmas served with a facebook analogy, let me tell you – “it’s complicated”.

I wish it were as black and white as that, but alas, ’tis not. You may find yourself uncomfortable with the word lesbian, or gay and to be truthful, I am too. Try not to force yourself into a box! Many people from the LGBT community prefer to be known as queer – a much broader term for those who do not want to umbrella themselves under gay, lesbian, cisgender or any other ‘label’ for that matter.
A great book I flicked through at the Oh Zone Adult Lifestyle Centre – Kogarah store one day was “The Gay Guide”. It goes through LGBT history, safe sex, STI’s and a whole bunch of other good, important stuff. What struck out most for me was the section on bisexuality. For the sake of not being able to paraphrase or rewrite in my own words without changing the meaning… here is the direct quote:
“We’re all essentially bisexual, we just repress the side we’re least comfortable with. We’re led to believe that sexuality is a one-way street. Of course, this is bullshit of the worst kind, but the media insist that the world is black and white, even though we know it is lived out in glorious colour” – Sigmund Freud. 
I could not have said it better myself.
To be truthful, I think there are grey areas for everybody. NO ONE is 100% anything and you’d be lying to yourself if you thought you were. Even the butchest of butch could swing for Justin Bieber, so don’t tell me you never thought that cute girl in PE wasn’t smokin.

But how do you know if you’re gay?

Here are a few things that could definitely mean you are…

  • Do you find yourself pointing at things with two fingers instead of one?
  • Is your hair is shorter than your brothers and you’re better at soccer than he is?
  • Do you constantly see rainbows?
  • Do you slut drop on the dancefloor as soon as a Beyonce banger comes on?
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Kidding!
The easiest way to differentiate between a fantasy and whether you’re actually gay is separating whether you’re only sexually/physically attracted to someone or whether you’re both sexually/physically and emotionally attracted to someone. Can you see yourself kissing them? Holding hands walking down the street with them? Or, unfortunately, putting up with shit from intolerant strangers for them?
Think about whether you’re emotionally attracted to that individual, then think about whether you’re sexually attracted to them.
Take stereotypes out of the question. Ignore my humorous list earlier. The way you look is not the tell tale on whether you are gay or not, despite what everyone tries to tell you. Take this for all stereotypes. Stereotypes are not an indication of your sexuality.
Get involved with the community.
If you’re still questioning your sexuality, it might be a good idea to involve yourself in the LGBT community! Gather some friends, or go by yourself, whatever you’re most comfortable with, and hit up some gay clubs. In the past two years, I’ve made some of my closest and dearest friends to date at queer events and I can honestly tell you I had never felt as much at home as I did the first night I walked into my first gay club.
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All I know is, there’s no harm in experimenting and trying things out to find out.
If you are queer, what’s stopping you?! We’ll welcome you with open arms! And if you’re not, well we’ll still love you anyway.

 

About the Author: Chloe is a consultant from Oh Zone Adult Lifestyle Centres

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Brent Corrigan’s Controversial Beginnings at Cobra Videos

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Come and see the gay adult movie celebrity Brent Corrigan, tonight at 6pm at Park Street Books, Level 2/44 Park Street Sydney. Famous adult industry entertainers JJ Knight, Chi Chi LaRue and Sister Roma will all be there to. This article will look into Brent Corrigan’s controversial relationship with Bryan Charles Kocis his first employer at Cobra Videos.

Sean Paul Lockhart (Brent Corrigan) was born on the 31st of October in 1986 in Lewiston, Idaho. He is one of four siblings. He has an older brother, a younger brother and a sister. They were raised in the suburb of Mill Creek near Seattle, Washington by his mother and stepfather. His mother and stepfather divorced when he was aged 8 to 9 years old. He took care of his younger brother and sister until he moved back to his mother’s home in San Diego, California.

July 2003 was a period when he came to terms with his sexuality. When he was aged 16, he spent his weekends in Los Angeles with his first boyfriend who was older than him. His boyfriend introduced him to the ‘fast, furious and out of control side of the gay scene’. When Lockhart was 17 years old, he felt he was down on money and searched for career prospects. His boyfriend introduced him into the gay adult movie industry and arranged an audition for him in his own bedroom via webcam. The boyfriend controlled the camera while the director and owner of Cobra Video observed.

In 2004, Bryan Charles Kocis who is also known as Bryan Philips employed Sean Paul Lockhart to star in Cobra Video’s gay adult movies. Sean was given the stage name “Brent Corrigan”. Brent agreed to perform in an adult movie with the Cobra Video owner. He would star in six action adult movie scenes and one non-action adult movie scene. The screening set was a used Volkswagen Jetta with a set of tires and rims. The cost of the production included transportation, vehicle insurance and gasoline. A sexual relationship developed between Lockhart and the director.

He used a fake ID to bypass the legal law to star in them. Cobra Videos claimed that Brent Corrigan’s birth date on his license stated that he was born in 1985 and they were not aware that he was underage. Cobra Videos and Brent Corrigan were then involved in a civil lawsuit to sort out the matter which was planned for the 21st of February in 2007. Bryan Kocis than made a counter claim that stated any use of Brent Corrigans name would be a copyright infringement. Throughout the years Brent Corrigan starred in six movies including Every Poolboy’s Dream, Schoolboy Crush, Bareboned Twinks and Casting Couch 4. During the lawsuit they were all called off the shelves even though there was no reason for them to be removed.

On the 24th of January in 2007 Bryan Kocis was discovered dead from a fire at his Dallas Township, Pennsylvania home. He was only 44 years old. A coroner examined the Bryan Kocis body and found that he suffered 28 stabbed wounds to his body and his throat was cut nearly to the point of decapitating him. It appeared that his body was within the house before it was on fire. His face and body were burned pass recognition so his dental records were used to identify him. The local residents in Pennsylvania were frightened to find out that a murder had happened so close by and they had no idea that Bryan Kocis ran Cobra Videos directly from his home that had also hired underage men.

On the 15th of May in 2007, information was found on Bryan Kocis’s computer that had survived the fire. It implicated that two Virginia Beach escorts were former models, Harlow Cuadra and lover Joseph Kerekes were involved in his murder.  It was said that the escorts wanted to build their own gay adult movie company and employ Brent Corrigan to star in their movies.

 

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On the 8th of December in 2008, Joseph Kerekes confessed to second-degree murder alongside a string of other offences that included the creation of false evidence and criminal conspiracy. Harlow Cuadra said that he was not guilty of any of these offences. They were sentenced to life in jail without parole.

During Harlow Cuadra’s murder trial it was claimed that Brent Corrigan was bound by contract to Cobra Video’s to continue to perform sex acts for their gay adult movies in exchange for payment. This lawsuit opened a discussion worldwide about problems within employment contracts in the adult entertainment industry.

In 2012, Magnus Books distributed the novel “Cobra Killer” by authors Andrew E. Stoner and Peter A. Conway on the murder of Bryan Kocis. Within the book they explain how and why Brent Corrigan had helped the law enforcement by recording interactions he had with Harlow Cuadra and Joseph Kerekes which had helped the criminal case become solved. The story was made into a mainstream movie named “King Cobra” which was released in 2016 at the Tribeca Film Festival. The movie notably stared Garrett Clayton, James Franco, Christian Slater and Alicia Silverstone.

Brent Corrigan had decided to bring out his own book on the murder of Bryan Kocis and stated:

“Ultimately, I chose to move forward with my own plans to finally release my book in place of taking part in someone else’s presentation of events that I personally lived as a young adult. It’s going to be an exciting coming year! The book is nearly finished and is now going through edits and rewrites. Even with the time that has passed, the memories are still very real and raw for me.”

Brent Corrigan’s fame within the world of amateur gay adult movies had brought this criminal case to the mass media. Through his years of professional experience he has become a mainstream movie actor, a singer and an adult movie director.

This year, Brent won Best Actor honors at the PinkX Gay Video Awards in Paris, France for his role in NakedSword’s “Vegas Hustle”. He is nominated for the Best Porn Star of 2016 for the Cybersocket Awards. He also stars in Falcon Studio’s “Magnums” and Falcon Studio’s “Deep Release” with a gorgeous masseur at a full-service spa. To top it all off, he is a headlining star in Falcon Studio’s Fall Blockbuster release “About Last Night” which is now available for purchase. Keep watching Brent’s stardom grow brighter with Falcon Studios Group and NakedSword by staying up to date on his latest projects.

Brent Corrigan is promoting his newest gay adult move release named “UltraFan” a Nakedsword production who are called the “Netflix of gay adult movies”. This movie is based upon Brent Corrigan running a web cam show that has falling ratings. Whilst his career is stuck in a downward spiral, he comes up with an idea to give his fans something completely new. In the wake of his inspiration, one of his adoring fans takes over his webcam show. The movie UltraFan take the viewer through a wild set of encounters that are designed to make him rich and give him fame. The movie is filled with many heated scenes. The release of Ultra Fan is a significant milestone for Brent Corrigan which is why he will be visiting  Sydney, Australia during the Mardi Gras. Brent Corrigan and JJ Knight will be hosting an Ultra Fan Model Search at The Midnight Shift on the 1st of March 2017.

 

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Meet Sister Roma, Brent Corrigan, JJ Knight and Chi Chi LaRue!

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There is just one more sleep till everyone can meet some of the most famous gay adult movie stars in the world! You can find Sister Roma, Brent Corrigan, JJ Knight and Chi Chi LaRue at 6pm on the 3rd of March at Park Street Books. Park Street Books is located at Level 2/44 Park Street, Sydney. This event is in celebration of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras so be sure to add it to your calendar!

Everyone who is in attendance for this event will get a gift from Swiss Navy. You will also be able to enter a draw to win 1 of 4 Brent Corrigan Bliss Signature Fleshjacks! Mr Peeps will also be there! There will never be another time when such adult entertainment royalty will all be in the one place within Australia. Sister Roma, Brent Corrigan, JJ Knight and Chi Chi Larue all have had highly distinguished careers. Listed below are important moments within their careers:

Sister Roma

Sister Roma is a world famous drag queen. She is known for being an iconic veteran member of San Francisco’s Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, the leading order of queer nuns. The nuns have helped the LGBTQ community through community events, fundraisers, outreach programs and educational seminars. Sister Roma has a kind-hearted personality who promotes safety, human rights and sex positivity within the community.

With an amazing amount of beauty, the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence dress up in nun costumes whilst wearing makeup on their faces. Their costumes express their wide range of personalities and personal values. The Sisters believe: “We believe all people have a right to express their unique joy and beauty and we use humor and irreverent wit to expose the forces of bigotry, complacency and guilt that chain the human spirit.”

Sister Roma has made one of the most positive marks on the LGBTQ community. Below is a list of important events within Sister Roma’s life:

  • In 2015, Sister Roma took on Facebook over its Real Name Policy and won.
  • In 1991, Sister Roma introduced the Stop the Violence Campaign to combat hate crimes throughout San Francisco in the city and surrounding campuses. The Stop the Violence campaign marks houses with signs that are safe zones and gave whistles to members of the LGBTQ community to use if they were being attacked.
  • In 2007, Sister Roma served as Emcee at San Fran Cisco’s Castro Theatre. She also covered the GayVN Awards.
  • Sister Roma is an emcee for Super Heroes and Villains Krewe de Kinque’s Bal Masque benefit for Tenderloin Tessie’s Holiday Dinners. This event serves Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners to the homeless people of San Francisco.
  • Sister Roma is an emcee at the annual San Francisco Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence’s public anniversaries.
  • Sister Roma was an emcee at the Free Speech Coalition’s 19th Annual Night of The Stars Awards held at Los Angeles’ Centre Studios.

 

 

Brent Corrigan

Brent Corrigan’s real name is Sean Paul Lockhart. Brent began his career when he was a teenager and mastered the amateur gay adult movie industry. Brent’s professional experience turned him into one of the most skilled, celebrated and popular adult movie stars of our generation. Brent Corrigan is a gay adult movie star, a mainstream movie actor, a singer and an adult movie director.

Brent Corrigan’s latest release is Ultra Fan a NakedSword production, this movie will be promoted at Park Street Books on the 3rd of March at 6pm. Ultra Fan is about Brent Corrigan who has been trapped in a web cam rut for years. The movie star promised his fans something spectacular. Although there is an Ultra Fan who has implicating evidence on Brent and will use it to hijack his live show. A series of orchestrated events go from mild to wild to downright dangerous, all in an attempt to force Brent back into the business.

Below is a list of important events within Brent Corrigan’s career:

  • In 2007, Brent starred in a musical “Didn’t This Used To Be Fun”.
  • In 2008, Brent starred in a short movie named “Tell Me” and a movie named “In The Closet”. The Closet was directed by Jodi Wheeler.
  • In 2008, Brent starred in a movie named “Milk”. Milk is a 2008 American biographical film based on the life of gay rights activist and politician Harvey Milk.
  • In 2011, Brent starred in the movie named “Judas Kiss”.
  • Brent has a biographical movie based upon events within his life. The movie features the 2007 murder of gay porn producer Bryan Kocis. It features James Franco, as one of the two aspiring producers who wanted Brent to sign over his performing contract to them.
  • Brent is a Falcon Exclusive Model.

 

JJ Knight

JJ Knight has been in the gay adult movie industry for a year and he is already making headlines as a Falcon Exclusive model! JJ Knight is 6’2 with a perfectly chiselled swimmers body, warm green eyes, dark brown hair, a playful southern charm, a beautiful ass, has a contagiously charming smile and is in his early 20s. All his characteristics make him to be an incredible performer. JJ Knight is most famous for his huge penis that is a whopping 9.5″ in length. Falcon Studios molded his penis into a dildo named the “JJ Knight Supercock”. He has recently won ‘Grabby Awards’ for the Hottest Cock, when he accepted his award he said:

“Receiving any sort of nomination only eight months into this industry meant a lot to me. Winning Best Newcomer would be great, but there are so many great performers nominated this year that even I would have a hard time picking a winner. Winning Hottest Cock, however, would be a dream come true and would finally make what every director and other models say about my cock finally sink in. Never thought of myself as having a “hot cock,” but after hearing something a thousand times it has to eventually kick in that there is something special about it.”

JJ Knight has starred in 16 Falcon Studio adult movies including Cruising Grounds, Into the Blue, Urban Spokes, Desert Gateaway, Pitching Tents, About Last Night, Deep Release, Tahoe Snowbound and Wild Weekend 1 and 2.

 

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Chi Chi LaRue

Chi Chi LaRue’s real name is Larry David Paciotti. Chi Chi LaRue is one of the world’s most recognizable drag personalities and adult movie directors. His early career began when he starred in “The Weather Gals” and a “Hag Drag” revue. He began working as an assistant at Catalina Videos and he now owns the company! Through hard work, determination and talent he also owns Channel 1 Releasing. Chi Chi LaRue works for Falcon Studios and Vivid Video to.

Chi Chi LaRue has now directed hundreds of gay adult movie films, his work is always in high demand. His work has won him countless awards including:

  • 1990 Dave Awards winner of Best Video and Best Director for More of a Man by All Worlds Video.
  • 1991 AVN award Best Director Gay Adult Movie for The Rise by Catalina Video.
  • 1991 AVN Award Best Non-Sexual Performance–Bi, Gay, or Trans Video for More of a Man by All Worlds Video.
  • 1992 Gay Erotic Video Awards Best Director for Songs in the Key of Sex by HIS Video.
  • 1993 AVN Award Best Director (Gay Video) for Songs in the Key of Sex by HIS Video.
  • 1993 Gay Erotic Video Award Best Special Interest Video for Chi Chi LaRue’s Hardbody Video Magazine by Odyssey Men.
  • 1993 Gay Erotic Video Award Best Gender Bender for Valley of the Bi Dolls by Catalina Video.
  • 1994 Gay Erotic Video Award Best Non-Sexual Role for Revenge of the Bi-Dolls by Catalina Video.
  • 1995 Gay Erotic Video Award Best Director for Idol Country by HIS Video.
  • 2000 Grabby Award winner of Best Director and Best Video.
  • 2001 GayVN Award Best Director for Echoes by Men of Odyssey.
  • 2002 GayVN Award Best Director for a Bisexual Video for Mile Bi Club by All Worlds Video.
  • 2003 GayVN Award Best Director (with John Rutherford) for Deep South: The Big and the Easy Part 1 and Part 2 by Falcon Studios.
  • 2006 Grabby Award Best Director and GayVN Award Best Director for Wrong Side of the Tracks Part One and Part Two by Rascal Video.
  • 2009 GayVN Award Trailblazer.
  • 2011 and 2012 Cyber Socket Best Personality.

 

 

Be sure to stop by Park Street Books to meet these gay adult movie industry royalties. They are very friendly, hot to trot and would love to meet you!

 

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Gay Adult Movie Director Brent Corrigan – Free Event and Giveaways

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Brent Corrigan is one of the most commended gay adult movie stars in the world. On the 3rd of March at 6pm, you will be able to find Brent Corrigan at Park Street Books, Level 2/44 Park Street, Sydney during the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras. Brent will be there to introduce his new gay adult movie “Ultra Fan” a NakedSword production which he directed and featured in. Brent Corrigan will be at Park Street Books with JJ Knight, Chi Chi LaRue, Sister Roma and Mr Peeps. Swiss Navy will also be there to give away products to everybody who goes to the Ultra Fan event. Fleshjack Australia will likewise be there to give out freebies! Visit these beautiful adult movie stars and get an autograph.

In 2008, Brent Corrigan directed Summit by Pink Bird Media. He put ten hot young fellows in an expansive lodge up in the mountains. In this adult movie you are able to watch the blend of straight and gay men on a winter excursion at the most picturesque area in the US! Lake Tahoe may never be the same after Brent’s young men visit for seven days of fun! Brent Corrigan acquaints himself and invites everybody on his adventure. The first scene features, Damien an absolutely manly stud with short-trimmed hair and hazel eyes. His ideal appearance and laid-back state of mind balance strongly with Jacob. Jacob is tall with long hair. Jacob has one unmistakable characteristic: a colossal dick. Damien proposes a bet and where the loser becomes the bottom. Jacob makes fast work of the balls on the pool table before slamming his against Damien’s rear end.

 

In 2008, Brent Corrigan directed Just The Sex 2 by Pink Bird Media. Provocative Brent Corrigan is back with another all new gathering of hot youthful cummers in four hot widescreen scenes! Brent Corrigan, Justice McClain, Turk Melrose, Jacob Powell, Steve Oliver, Cameron Lane, and Curtis Hoffman pack this film with what you ache for the most… sex. Brent gets down on his knees and sucks Oliver’s dick and ravenously licks his balls before jumping on the bed to make out. Oliver plainly appreciates the sexual consideration and covers his face in Brent’s rear end. Brent rims his butt and has sex with him in a few positions.  Oliver spouts an expansive load everywhere on Brent’s butt, shooting a couple of spurts up and over the highest point of Brent’s round ass. Brent’s cheeks are covered in hot cum.

In 2009, he directed Brent Corrigan’s Big Easy by Pink Bird Media. This adult movie star’s Brent Corrigan and a cast of six adorable youthful folks as they investigate New Orleans and their sexual inclinations! This reality-style film incorporates five intimate moments. The cameras are rolling the moment the young men touch base in New Orleans. From the landing in the air terminal through to the settling in at the house. Brent Corrigan and Ryan Buckley go into a room from the yard where they’ve been talking. Ryan snatches Brent and begins to make out. Yet it’s Brent who gets Ryan’s jeans down first and begins to chow down on his erection. Ryan licks and kisses down Brent’s face to his jeans. His jeans are pulled off to uncover a genuinely stirred Corrigan. Ryan sucks Brent showcasing his oral aptitudes on his rear end and balls too.

 

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In 2010, he directed Brent Corrigan’s Working Hard by Pink Bird Media. Brent Corrigan is working diligently again as he and five other hot models will show you. Brent Corrigan’s Working Hard incorporates Brent’s twofold infiltration scene with Randy and Hunter in a hot sandwich with Andy Banks. This adult movie also stars Ryan Buckley, Randy and Jake Green. Andy Banks is working diligently reading Mike Donner’s “How to be a Gay Adult Movie Star”. His mates Ryan and Randy appear to help him with some firsthand experience.

In 2010, he directed Brent Corrigan’s Heat by Pink Bird Media. Palm Springs, California is an abandon desert garden is one of the most sizzling spots on the planet. Brent Corrigan conveyed a modest bunch of his men to this lavish resort town to turn up the sexual warmth. Brent and two of his protégés are playing in the pool on a hot and sunny evening. After the two “understudies” wash up, adult movie wonder Brent Corrigan starts class. Brent gets his young men under way and mentors them on what they ought to do to satisfy the survey group of onlookers. Dick sucking and ass eating are the primary topics to begin, yet educator Corrigan squanders no time in getting to the entering matters of sexual execution by constraining his stone hard shaft into Jesse.

In 2017, Brent Corrigan directed Ultra Fan which is a Naked Sword Production. This is the movie series he and JJ Knight are coming to Sydney to promote at Park Street Books, Level 2/44 Park Street, Sydney at 6pm on the 3rd of March 2017!

 

 

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