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Houseboy

Blake Presents

2015. Directed by Pandora Blake
Runtime: 23 min.

Nervous and expectant, Tai Crimson arrives for his audition as Pandora Blake’s new house boy. Queer, kinky, and with express permission from his boyfriend to explore his submissive side, he’s eager to take on any test Pandora cares to devise. She’s pleased with his appearance when he strips naked, and the ease with which he submits to her as she tests him with flogger, paddle, and belt. As he kneels on the floor in front of her, she collars him and secures his eager domestic service.

But there is just one snag in Tai’s journey of erotic discovery. Beautiful transgender submissive Eliza Grey, already in Pandora’s service, is jealous of Tai’s arrival. Her displeasure becomes obvious as her mistress dedicates time to training the new boy. Pandora can’t help noticing Eliza’s sulks, and she won’t tolerate tension in her household. An over the knee spanking fails to curb Eliza’s resentment towards Tai, and the inevitable happens: they anger their mistress by getting into a petty fight.

In this kinky, queer household, can Pandora create harmony between her two submissives? Gradually, using both pain and pleasure, she corrects and reassures them both.

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: Houseboy
Production Date: 1/3/2015
Custodian Of Records:
S Wicks
222 Bracknell Close,
London
N22 5TA
UK
"Subversive Spanking Porn"
London Porn Film Festival 2018





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