“Working on this film was an unexpected surprise and a complete gift,” the boys gushed in complete unison to Falcon’s blog, “we’ve only been in the adult business a minute and the opportunities we’re already getting are amazing. The best part of being involved in this film was meeting RuPaul and realizing that bigger than life celebrities love a good game of charades too!”
On her own blog, RuPaul was seeing double-vision with the Jarics as well. “Aden & Jordan Jaric are my new best friends on the set,” she recalled. “Tuesday, the three of us sang the whole Booty Luv CD non-stop in between takes and in the transport van.” What? No private shows for America’s favorite drag queen? Lucky for us-and Ru-we can watch them go at it anytime we like online. (NakedSword.com sponsored the shoot.)
As for other news from the set, it seems as though Michael Lucas may not have fisted his twink co-star into years of excruciating therapy after all, as he went into defense mode one-on-one with Michael Musto in Musto’s Village Voice column. “Even if I was ugly and desperate on a desert island,” he rebuffed, “I wouldn’t do that with him. He was not my type-a skinny little teenager. It would seem like child molestation. Not to sound arrogant, but I usually get a very positive reaction when I stick my finger in people’s assholes. Some guys are upset when I don’t put my finger up there. But this guy wasn’t interesting to me. Unless it’s the producers spreading the rumor. How desperate they must be!”
It's an interview with Phillip Aubrey: porn star, Spencer Reed's boyfriend, burp fetishist.
The COLT superstars joined a protest in Rome against the Catholic Church in order to make the claim that gay people are not pedophiles. There was a chihuaha involved.
I feel sorry for people with fetishes that can never be realized in real life. Take this Flickr user, who has to make do with his giants fetish using Photoshop.
I'm not one for bragging about intellectual accomplishments (it's something I learned from, you know, graduating with honors from Brown University), but Conner Habib is justifiably excited about his blurb in a book written by Carl Sagan's son.