We live in an age of internet porn in which 80 percent of what’s getting put out there is being done in the style of Sean Cody in which the models sit on a couch and chat about straight they are yet how hot they are for each other for five minutes before they get naked.
Sean Cody has been doing it this way since approximately the 1890s, and even they mix things up now with sparring sessions in the weight room, dips in the pool, etc. Also, CockyBoys has tried to lend a more arty, documentary feel to these chats, with the conversations sometimes a bit more intimate and revealing, but the effect is often the same, and I’m sure 75 percent of you scroll the scrubber-bar right over this shit or just watch it after you cum.
Anyway, I’m curious if that number is less than 75 percent, or if we’re all still into hearing our almost-anonymous, flash-in-the-pan porn models talk about themselves and their lives before they whip out their dicks. Is this still an important part of your internet porn experience? Is this a lot of repetitive, small-talk bullshit at this point (unless they have a sexy accent)? Would you rather reserve all speech for when it’s scripted and/or clever and/or sex talk along the lines of “fuck me harder, motherfucker”?
I bring you Exhibit A, which arrives Wednesday from Guys in Sweatpants, but the preview’s already online. It’s Dante barebacking for the first time with blue-eyed Lukas Grande. And regardless of what you think about the scene, I’m curious what you think about the talking. Does it in any way enhance your viewing of the fucking? The car wash thing is kind of hot, but then they do this obligatory chatting in bed about Lukas’s inane tattoos (“It’s a buncha trees… and a moth…”) that maybe should have been edited out.
I hesitate to compare that Exhibit B from Sean Cody, featuring Tanner and Parker, because that involves a Slip ‘N’ Slide and therefore it’s obviously hotter, and not a couch interview.
So, what do you think?