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Occupy protests host first gay porn shoot

BY ROB SALERNO – Depending on who you’re reading, the Occupy movement is either over or just entering its next phase following police raids in some cities and court-ordered evictions in others.

Queer issues haven’t been entirely absent in mainstream coverage of the protests. The Daily News reported on a same-sex marriage that took place in New York’s Zuccotti Park during the Occupy Wall St protests, though in their photo of the male couple, they bizarrely refer to one of the newlyweds as the other’s “bride” (seriously?). Given that the couple are 18 and 19 years old, I’m sure that this life-altering commitment was arrived at after much deep thought and deliberation and was not just another stunt at the OWS camp.

One story that (understandably) hasn’t gotten a lot of attention in the mainstream press was the first-ever Occupy gay porn shoot, which took place in a tent at Occupy Oakland.

DirtyBoyVideo’s Occupy My Throat (seriously?) begins with two hipster occupiers (pictured above) hanging out in Oakland’s Frank Ogawa Plaza before going back to their tent to blow each other, apparently unaware that a camera is following them. 

As DirtyBoyVideo’s (NSFW, duh) website — which I visited and watched every free video on only for research purposes, I swear — puts it: “Police can ban
the erection of
tents at Occupy
Wall St, but they
can’t keep us
from pitching
a tent in our pants! Branden and Skylar
take a break from
the rally in Oakland
to occupy each other
with their cocks!
It’s a challenge to
exercise the right to
free speech with your
mouth full,
but these horny boys
are UP to the challenge!
It’s great to see
hot, idealistic young
men CUM together for a
cause!
Support Occupy Wall St! Pitch a tent!”

Also: "Whose cocks? Our cocks!"

And what better way to celebrate the Occupy movement than with porn, a business that has completely eschewed the greed and exploitative profit motive that has so earned the ire of the Occupiers? For years, pornographers have selflessly produced high-quality images and videos that they’ve put up on the internet for users to torrent and download with virtually no realistic expectation of seeing a return. Now, I don’t know how long this business model can sustain itself, even though reports say that it’s still somehow a $13-billion industry. I mean, I’ve never actually heard of someone paying for porn. Perhaps there’s a big tip jar somewhere.


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