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Bend Over Boyfriend: A Couple’s Guide to Male Anal Pleasure

Fatale Media

1998. Directed by Shar Rednour
Runtime: 60 min.

Ever want to learn about anal sex for men? Want great orgasms, renewed intimacy & sexy romance?
In Bend Over Boyfriend, sex educators Carol Queen and Robert Morgan guide you step by step, showing you how to have anal sex and spice up your sex life.

In Bend Over Boyfriend, you’ll learn how to:

  • Build your confidence to ask for anal sex with your partner
  • Find the best anal sex positions and techniques
  • Choose the right strap-ons and dildos for anal penetration
  • Select the best lubes and lubrication for anal sex
  • Strap-on the perfect dildo for his pleasure
  • Relax and fully enjoy anal penetration
  • Fuck him so anal sex doesn’t hurt
  • Make an evening of anal sex a romantic experience

And men, you’ll see just how good it feels to have your prostate stimulated. Prostate stimulation, you’ll agree, leads to explosive orgasms!

Carol and Robert explore role-playing and fantasy, and two other couples demonstrate just how much fun anal sex can be.

Laced with humor and common sense, Bend Over Boyfriend is perfect for any couple wanting to explore new sexual territory and discover the secrets of anal sex that lead to ecstasy.

Directed by Shar Rednour
Produced by Fatale Media
Starring Carol Queen and Robert Lawrence
Also starring: Laura Goodhue and Greg Heiman, Cupcake Jones and Troy
Special guest appearance by Miss Behavin’, M.D.
Assistant Director: Jackie Strano
Camera/Editor: Karen Everett
Lighting Director: Phylis Christopher
Sound Operator: Elise Hurwitz
Set design and construction: Slurpee, Kitty, and Anne Rickertsen
Assistant Camera: Tracy Thomspon
Music by Debbie Torrey and Jackie Strano

We would like to thank the Outfest UCLA Legacy Project for LGBT Moving Image Preservation for providing access to the original master from which this new HD digital file was created. 

Curator's Note: PinkLabel.TV is curated by its creator Shine Louise Houston based on a set of criteria that aims to expand our notions of adult film. Our collection includes erotic and adult videos that often exist outside of conventional pornography, whether in depictions of bodies and desires that are underrepresented in commercial porn, through titles with historical cultural relevance, or movies with original concepts and cinematic craft. With these factors taken into consideration, we hope you appreciate the film.






Production Name: Bend Over Boyfriend
Production Date: 1/1/1998
N. Kinney
369 Montezuma, Ste. 158
Santa Fe, NM 87501





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