Should Committed Couples Use Condoms With One Another?
In a move that’s sure to upset some folks—especially in a week where Rod Daily‘s HIV test came back positive and Dean Monroe quit the gay porn industry due to “bareback” controversy—Lucas Entertainment‘s online communications manager Jett Black announced that the studio would be releasing its first hardcore scene without a condom.
The clip features real-life partners Seth Treston and Billy Santoro doing exactly what they’d do behind closed doors, leading to an internal cum shot that leads to some felching (the practice of eating cum from your partner’s asshole, for those of you who aren’t familiar with the term).
“To shoot real-life couple Bill Santoro and Seth Treston was to witness true intimacy,” director Adam Killian stated in the press release. “Interviews with them, which we included in the scene, allowed us into their hearts and minds as they described how they met and fell for each other. This is much more than just a sex scene—it is the most authentic love scene I’ve ever shot.”
Given their career, Billy and Seth obviously do not share a monogamous relationship, and this is not Billy’s first time filming a bareback scene. Hearing that might prompt you to say “So what?” or send you into an angry rage… But let’s not make this about Billy and Seth themselves! In your opinion, should individuals in committed relationships use condoms with one another? If they’re truly monogamous, does your answer change or remain the same?
Photo credit: Lucas Entertainment
Watch Billy and Seth make love in a free preview clip below:
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