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Shanna Katz’s Bondage & Masturbation

Point of Contact: Shanna Katz

Runtime: 20 min.


In Part 2 of her Point of Contact masturbation series, Shanna Katz explores the intersections of kink and manual stimulation with the help of her two gay male friends. She discusses how representations of gay, cisgendered, male sexuality are often not a part of the queer porn visual lexicon usually confined to the “gay porn” arena. Her interests in this scene is to expand the inclusive nature of queer sexuality within the overlaps it has with more mainstreamed identities.

Masturbation is a lot of fun on it’s own, but what if you aren’t allowed to touch yourself ¬†and your pleasure is completely in someone else’s hands? Gagged, blindfolded, restrained and hung up his nipples are like instant Viagra for Fun Man. His leather cod piece becomes a little more snug with each strike of the flogger across his belly. After a few strikes of the paddle on his thighs, his master rewards him with a torturously slow cock stroking. His balls turn beet red as Master tugs firmly on them while edging, taunting and jacking him off. Not to be left to move freely, Fun Man’s balls are also tied up and anchored to the bed. Master then pumps away at his cock milking globs of cum from deep within his tightly bound package. Fun Man helplessly whimpers and ¬†jumps as his Master rubs cum all over the sensitive cock head.

Watch: PART 1, PART 3 and PART 4.



Starring:

Official Selection
Pornotopia 2014





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