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Gay Porn Stars Spoof Old-School Sex-Ed To Promote Modern Safe Sex

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FUK!T, a D.C.-based initiative that supports condom use among gay men, has produced a spoof of old-school sex-ed films in an effort to promote modern safe-sex practices—just in time for D.C.'s Capital Pride. Delivering the message are porn stars Brent Corrigan and Matthew Rush, who administer advice on condoms and lubes, deliver campy bon mots, and do their best coach-and-student routine as the camera lingers on Corrigan's penis (in this version, censored with a yellow smiley face). FUK!T—short for "fuck kit"—began distributing packages of condoms with lube at clubs and other businesses around D.C. after staggering reports of D.C.'s HIV epidemic were released last year. An uncensored version of "Brent's Oral Exam"—along with plenty more explicit penis-in-condom shots—are available on the organization's website.

  • http://www.helium.com/users/540095 Blooming Psycho

    I hope it doesn't make me sound sexist to say I like it! Strangely enough, the reason is not because there is the possibility of seeing attractive men in the buff. It's because I do have a lot of gay male friends, and this sort of ad will appeal with them. Many of the older ones are involved in monogamous relationships, but the younger guys, who are the ones who might be tempted to play without protection "just this once" are the ones that are going to enjoy a production of this nature. And if it helps them think twice about using a condom and staying safe, I'm all for it.

  • http://www.helium.com/users/540095 Blooming Psycho

    Just thinking that young hetero guys could learn important things from this production as well. They need to think about safe sex too, and about preventing unwanted pregnancy, although of course this issue is not addressed in this video. If a guy of whatever sexual orientation views the uncensored video, it shows him how to put on a condom, which is probably something that many young men would be embarrassed to ask their family doctor. I have a twenty year old son, and I'm going to tell him about this video and see what he thinks. Honestly, I think it's too bad that it couldn't be shown to students at a high school level. This is the age at which they really need to learn this stuff, and the humorous approach could also help young gay men realize they don't need to be ashamed about their sexual orientation. There is a lot to like about this production!

  • kza

    How hard is it to put on a condom? No one had to show me. I must be super smart!

  • loretta

    That's hysterical--love the music! @kza, thank goodness or else you might reproduce.

  • Lizrd

    I think it would be interesting if heterosexual porn stars were involved in a similar campaign. Heterosexual porn is so main stream now, and is becoming more and more a part of young people's expectations about their own sex lives, I think it would go a long way to prevent STDs (like HIV) and unwanted pregnancies if condom use could be eroticized by the porn industry. That being said, this bit is fantastic, and any (non-sexist, non-homophobic, non-racist) efforts made to quell the DC AIDS epidemic are great.

    And @Loretta: ZING!!

  • kza

    I have no good comeback. I got pwnd :(

  • http://blog.goosexxx.com GooseXXX

    Great idea. Make contraceptive cool and I bet more kids will think before they screw.

  • Twitch

    While I think that sexual education campaigns are fantastic and sorely undervalued, as a student this particular video makes me a little uneasy.

    The situation of an adult, especially one involved in education, making a minor undress and then propositioning them for sex, no matter how eager the minor may be, rings alarm bells in my head.

  • http://toysoldier.wordpress.com/ Toysoldier

    I think it would be interesting if heterosexual porn stars were involved in a similar campaign.

    No, it would just be considered as advocating rape.

  • dcguy88

    @Twitch: What graduating college senior is a minor? The spoof says it was "filmed at Mansfield College for Men" and the Coach tells him he won't graduate if he doesn't pass the test. Must be at least 21 :-) I think you might be reading too much into what is mocking both the "locker room" genre of gay porn, and the terrible sex ed films of the 50's. Obviously it's not intended for an under 18 audience. And heck, the student was on top..lol

  • http://turkishsummer.blogspot.com/ SaveMyPolarBear

    Um. Wow.

  • Steve

    I wish that the old pre-condom porn were still there and I have looked at the new bareback stuff. Back in the day it didn't matter - these days it does and it worries me that some of these new bareback production companies aren't really doing all the health tests before the sex starts and that there are lots of Eastern European guys willing to do anything for money. As a gay man I never used to wear a condom, but once HIV entered the zone I'd wear a raincoat on my penis if I needed to! I've been in a relationship for 20 years now and I don't need to, but I hope that the young gay guys out there will realise the importance of condoms with someone you don't know anything about, and that the straight guys and girls don't assume AIDS is just a gay thing. And that nobody forgets that there are plenty of other things you can catch with and without a condom! You don't have to be a saint, just to be sensible.

  • http://www.jonroyce.com Jon Royce

    It's a great campaign. I worked on one of the previous videos a few months ago for the D.C. organization that featured Matthew Rush and feel they are providing a great message to our local community. The two porn stars Matthew Rush and Brent Corrigan waived fees and donated their time.

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