A Young Gay Pornographer Goes Bareback

In this article I explore how a prominent gay male pornographer’s career like Jack Hunter was reinvigorated through an unexpected shift to bareback content in 2015. This change occurred shortly after Bromo emerged as a website dedicated solely to such content.

Timing was essential in this bareback turn; I will argue that it marked an essential first step toward reinstating Morris as an influential player in American political life.

The Surprise of a Knight

Search engines provide an abundance of results when you type “gay teen.” Your browser will quickly become immersed in porn sites featuring twinks, boys purporting to be legal age yet clearly younger, and other scenes which suggest an awareness of sexual orientation far earlier than is healthy. While cyberspace offers educational materials and hotline numbers for gay teens, this environment may not provide them with a wholesome way to explore their sexuality.

The Surprise of a Knight is one of the first American pornographic films that explicitly depict homosexual intercourse, featuring one of the first films to depict men dressed as women as female lovers. Its story of an exciting young rent-boy and his passionate client is both shocking and hardcore.

An eager teen boy seduces his straight gym instructor roommate while getting dressed for bed. They enjoy their first anal orgasms together before engaging in sexual relations – until one night when he decides to make love to his friend instead.

Le Manage Moderne Du Madame Butterfly

Early pornography portrayed male-male sexual contact as deviant behavior, though hardcore films did include homosexual sex acts in them as being predominantly bisexual in nature (i.e., hands placed on shoulders or thighs during anal and oral sex). One remarkable aspect of Le Manage Moderne du Madame Butterfly is that it depicts hardcore bisexual anal and oral sex scenes – making this film one of the earliest known films to include both homosexual and bisexual intercourse; indeed within nine years from its release Bernard Natan would become owner of France’s largest mainstream film studio–Pathe.

This film, made during France’s Annees Folles (“Roaring Twenties”) in 1920, boasts high production values with lavish sets and costumes; excellent lighting; location shots of Asian streets and a sailing ship in the Pacific; as well as humorous intertitles that poke fun at American arrogance and racism as well as double entendres on homosexuality.

A Stiff Game

Searching “gay and teen” brings up a torrent of sexual fantasy images, from articles and studies to hotline numbers and hotlist numbers; others may contain lewd content with sexual overtones that borders on pornographic.

Internet resources can be an immense help, yet sometimes finding our way out of the depths of young gay porn can be difficult. Sexual orientation of gay youth has been the subject of much discussion in education circles and garners great interest among educators.

A young male goes for a shower at a youth hostel and ends up getting attacked by rugby players who mistake him for female… A handsome “strait” jock purchases his first gay experience from the local rent-boy after working in a nightclub… Two friends meet during driving class and become involved in an illicit sissy game of blowjobs and back seat fucking… A college student finds more than just employment at his local gay bar where he acts as a client… A seductive teenage gets heavily fucked by his muscular roommate during camping trip… And much more…

The Great Pornographers

Vadim Black smiles as he inspects willing ass

Supergroups don’t come along often, but one group that’s earned that distinction in recent memory is Canadian power-poppers The New Pornographers. Since their bracing 2000 debut Mass Romantic, every album produced since has had that infectious sound of weekend recording sessions among friends; be it Twin Cinema’s power pop brilliance or Challengers’ raunchy punk edge – this group’s consistently great records continue with Continue As A Guest being their latest release this week.

Carl Newman is an adept composer, masterful arranger, and master of pairing word salads with melodies – as evidenced by songs like ‘Valkyrie in the Roller Disco’ or tension build and release on ‘From Blown Speakers’ that hit hard without sounding overdone or peppy. Additionally, guest musicians such as St Vincent and Destroyer frontman Dan Bejar add to this album’s relaxing ambience; their presence remains understated yet captivating throughout.

Some fans were concerned that Bejar’s solo career might cause his band to sound disjointed or stagnant on future releases; but their chemistry remains undeniable. Their seventh effort, Whiteout Conditions, shows them working amicably without him (he had his own acclaimed Kaputt released during this timeframe), while still sounding vibrant and fresh thanks to foundation members such as drummer Kurt Dahle and keyboardist Kathryn Calder.