Truth time: I don’t actually know how to ride a bike. Well, I’m learning. I was a willful child and I thought rollerblading would be cool forever, but what did I know? I didn’t know that bikes would be such a big deal for the urban navigation of a carless twenty-something and certainly didn’t know that they could be sexy. Traveling erotic film festival Bike Smut shows how playful, sensual and hot bike culture can be with their latest offering, “Turning Trixxx.”
Internet porn is great. Don’t get me wrong. I totally dig it, but I think that there is always room for something new. I don’t mean in the context of brand new barely legal babes… I mean a site with a unique blend of disparate but ultimately united kinks sprung from the mind (and loins) of a really awesome and innovative performer. Ladies and gentleman, may I present Miss Brookelynne Briar.
I’m going to come right out and say it: this is a mixed review. It makes me kind of sad in my heart that I have to say that, because the DVD is made by wall-to-wall amazing performers and is right up my kinky and curvy alley, but I also didn’t want to lie because lying is wrong. Glad we got that out of the way. My strategy of choice for this review is the compliment sandwich. Imagine a towering pile of delicious fillings slapped between some type of artisanal bread with just a teensy hint of hopefully helpful criticism snuck in there.
It’s May, which means it’s Masturbation Month. An entire month devoted to masturbation? Well hush my mouth! That probably explains a few things about my actions over the past few weeks with my beloved Lelo Ina, but that’s neither here nor there. There are many other ways to celebrate masturbation and Courtney Trouble picked arguably the best one when she decided to put together Live Sex Show: a film shot at the Center for Sex and Culture. The film was shot during San Francisco’s Masturbate-a-Thon, which was hosted by none other than Dr. Carol Queen of just about every iconic how-to videos under the sun. Not bad at all.