Gaspar Noé’s sexually-explicit drama, Love was crudely marketed to us a couple of years ago now, through illicit posters, talk of real sex scenes and the promise of 3D cum shots. Noé even said of the film that he hopes “guys will have erections and girls will get wet”. With the arrival of Love more recently on our humble Netflix screens, is the film about more than its graphic shock factor? And does it deliver without the 3D gimmick?
After hearing about Lustery and our realistic and genuine approach to porn and sex, BeeBee and Mac knew straight away they wanted to shoot something special for the community! Their unbelievable connection is clear from start to finish in this, their first (and hopefully not last) shoot for Lustery.
As a porn performer, one of the questions I get asked most often is: Are the orgasms real? There seems to be an obsession with the authenticity of the performances in porn. Why is pornography treated differently than other films and what are the consequences of this fascination with the realness of sexual acts in porn?
Why do we like to watch so much? Is it the delicious anonymity of having a front row seat but nobody to pick on you? Is it the temptation of ‘look but don’t touch’? Is it the taboo of seeing some private or forbidden world you weren’t supposed to? Or is it the chance to insert yourself into a situation in whatever way your imagination chooses.