Maybe it’s the recession. Maybe it’s the explosion of pirated movies and video. But – and maybe it’s just me – it seems like porn companies have gotten awful political lately. Now in some cases it’s obvious – I mean, after the cliffhanger ending of Who’s Nailin Paylin the public was screaming for a sequel. But, more often than not for most people porn and politics don’t mix. Until now.
Two companies are making the most of the Occupy movement by offering a way for their viewers to show solidarity with it in the privacy of their own homes, basements or laptop computers when everyone else is out shopping on Black Friday. First: there’s Occupy My Throat, a gay porno flick filmed right in the middle of the Oakland Occupy encampment in Frank Ogawa plaza. I’m not sure how Dirty Boy Video, Inc. had the time to film their movie with all the rioting and police beatings going on, but according to the movie’s tag-line cops can’t hold them back:
“Police can ban the erection of tents at Occupy Wall Street, but they can’t keep us from pitching a tent in our pants!
Not to be outdone, San Fernando Valley porn company Pink Visual has gotten involved in the mix as well. In case your memory is hazy, Pink Visual is the innovative porn company that was given the “Entrepreneur of the Year” award by Newt Gingrich’s organization back in 2009. To be fair: the former Speaker’s outfit American Solutions snatched back its Winning the Future award once they figured out what Pink Visual actually produced. That begs the question: With a website promoting such quality films as “TARP That A**” how did they NOT know when they gave the award?
Either way, perhaps motivated by the gaffe endorsement, the politics bug seems to have stayed with Pink Visual. In support of the Occupy Movement they’re offering discounts on “99%” of their porn library, and the site offers a surprisingly legitimate 5 point plan to fix the economy. Of course, I’d provide a link to the Pink Visual website, but since Politic365 has to be as family friendly as possible (without compromising its reputation for hard-hitting news and analysis), I suggest you go Google it for details of the promotion. But, make sure you’re 18 years or older. That 5 point plan, along with quality titles like “Freddie Macks Mae’s A**” and – my personal favorite – “Interracial Gang Bankers Squad” are bound to ensure that all these Occupations have a happy ending.
This article originally appeared online at Politic365.com.