glad that we cleared that whole thing up and can now make some semblance of a life for ourselves in the aftermath of our cataclysmic bridge-burning, boyfriend-dumping meltdown… after we figure out what those pills were that we just snorted.
It turns out that as his popularity has grown (almost in direct proportion to his biceps and thigh muscles), FranÃ§ois has begun to take on outside projects not directly affiliated with the adult industry, including an independent film he’s currently working on. As a result, he’s choosing projects with Titan more carefully going forward, and will likely surrender some cover space to the stars who crave it most. Having wrapped the big top adventure Funhouse, a follow-up to the terrifying Cirque Noir , FranÃ§ois recently hit up San Francisco to film a follow-up to the scopophilic, post-Hitchcockian Telescope, which means we have at least two new titles from our tattooed friend on the horizon.
Any absence will of course mean that he’ll be greatly missed, so because we don’t know how long it will be until we see our French dreamboat again, let’s savor these exclusive photos from NakedSword, taken during a shoot for a boxing-themed photo spread earlier this month (two NSFW shots are here and here):
Candy, Karl, and Child Abuse: This Crazy Week In Gay Photos
Frisky Porn Exclusives Reveal Secret Talents, Vices on Group Shoot
Great Theorists Discuss Today’s Porn Titles: Titan’s Telescope (2008)
Francois Sagat Videography (NakedSword.com, NSFW)
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.