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Fucking Against Fascism

TROUBLEFilms

Runtime: 60 min.

What does it means for the revolution to begin in the sexual body? TroubleFILMS attempts to answer this with Fucking Against Fascism, a queer porn film featuring four neon-lit experimental sex scenes, fake subliminal messaging, and other abstractions. The film stars trans man Jade Phillips, plus size genderqueer Courtney Trouble, trans lesbian submissive Chelsea Poe, non-binary babe Lyric Seal, curvy femme witch Suzie Spindrift, and feminist porn avenger Sinn Sage.

Courtney Trouble directs Chelsea Poe in her first indie solo scene, shot with subliminal messaging inspired by “The Revolution Is My Boyfriend” by Bruce LaBruce. Next, Lyric and Suzie celebrate a birthday with a Slutist tarot card reading, and end up getting really, really gay. Then, Trouble invites Jade into their bedroom for an intimate naked strap-on fuck set to music. Finally, Chelsea and Courtney meet up with Sinn for a sex worker self care orgy, in which everyone squirts and Sinn and Chelsea manage to hold hands inside of trouble‚Äôs cunt.

TroubleFILMS has screened Fucking Against Fascism at film festivals around the world, and donates its proceeds to Trans Lifeline, Black Lives Matter and other organizations resisting the up-rise of fascism around the world.

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 Title Fucking Against Fascism
Production Date: 12/12/2017
Custodian Of Records Information:
C.Griffin
C.Griffin
info@troublefilms.com
1080 43rd St. Suite 100
Emeryville, CA 94608
Official Selection
Porn FilmFestivalBerlin 2018





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