Boys of Porn

ABOUT THE SERIES

 

 

 

"In a taboo industry that thrives on raw, emotionless sex, Gideon Dodd is a visionary who views gay sex as a thing of beauty and something to be celebrated rather than exploited. Gideon’s boys are the best in the business, not merely for their exquisite talents but for the bonds they share with one another as their mutual love for each other thrives on and off the camera. But as within all families, tension – and even jealousies – arise and threaten their ‘harmony’ at both home and work."

Though ‘Boys of Porn’ has plenty of sizzling sex scenes, the series is not about “sex” but about Love. It tells the story of Gideon Dodd and the boys he has “recruited” for film. But Gideon doesn’t view the young men as merely “employees” or faceless sex objects to exploit. The boys are his “family”, many of which live full time in Gideon’s large home which he renovated from an Inn.

 

Gideon’s film projects aren’t “smut”. He believes love is expressed in many ways, but the most powerfully through sex. It is his passion to take something often viewed as filthy and vile, and bring beauty to it; “Celebrate” the bond between love and sex, rather than exploit it in the rawest manner. His creations are often romantic and tender, though he leaves room for the boys’ energetic natures.

 

I wrote this series with my own addendum to reveal to a "seemingly" otherwise uninformed public that a career of the sexual nature does not reduce a person to “less than human” standards. In our world, one of our greatest downfalls is rising up in judgment over others. It is my steadfast belief that how a person conducts their life – as long as it doesn’t harm another – is solely between that person and God.

 

“Boys of Porn” is a story of real young men with real hearts than can be hurt and broken. Real boys just looking for love and acceptance, family, and a place to call ‘home’. They are beautiful souls to be loved and cherished…not condemned and ridiculed and cast out.

 

God’s own word poses the question: “Who are you to condemn? It is Christ who died.”

 

Not one of us has earned the right to stand in judgment of another.

Meet the Boys

UPCOMING SEGMENTS

© Copyright 2014 by Audrey M. Snead

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