Normally we wouldn’t be pointing to a porn star’s blog solely because they were describing a sexual escapade because a) we already know porn stars love sex or they wouldn’t be in the business, and b) when they talk about the sex they have they usually don’t do so very creatively, and there’s nothing more boring than bad sex writing.
But Tré doesn’t disappoint in his graphic depiction of the oral whore he’s become, going so far as to offer some tips on technique:
I started sucking his cock to the point that he shot a nice big load. That load made clear of what motions certifies that you’ve hit the spot when sucking cock. If you make that muscle in a guy’s cock contract in your mouth, usually from moving your tongue along the frenulum, THEN you are a bonafide cocksucker. And I made him do just that, then later on I had the pleasure of catching a moment alone with Nathan, and making him shoot his load as well.
Oh, and did we mention he was wearing a Vizeau non-thong–the underwear that shouldn’t be, and barely is (see below)? We love it when Tré stops and takes a breath from boycotting American porn despite being an American porn star. Keep the porny stories coming, Tré.
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