About the author: SexArt member BlackWing has a Bachelor of Science in Health and Safety Education, minor in Physiology, and a Master of Science in Computer Science, Network Engineering Concentration. She is also a fully qualified and experienced paramedic and personal fitness trainer. She enjoys outdoor activities, running, martial arts, teaching, mentoring, and hacking.
We Americans have a long history of independence and exceptionalism – or at least we like to think we do. We tend to think that because we began the great experiment of a Democracy by breaking away from our mother country England, and began an entirely new form of self governing while at the same time conquering the great vastness of the North American Continent, we do everything better than everyone else and twice as good every other day. Yet our “elitism” may in fact be killing us – or possibly killing our youth. Our views on love and sexuality reflect our deep parochial and provincial Protestant roots. Our founding forefathers (and mothers!) came here for the sole purpose of being able to practice their religious beliefs. And while this “freedom of religion” is inherent in our DNA, given the state of our politics and our tendencies towards the extremes is it any wonder that our teen pregnancy rates and abortion rates, as well as our STD rates, are among the highest, if not THE highest, in the world? Which begs the question: are we really doing things better than our European ancestors? To answer this question, let’s look at the facts…
Internationalcomparisons.org is a “comprehensive research site on advanced democracies” that provides objective information on international quality of life indicators. Their most recent research data for years 2008-2011 per 1000 girls/women ages 15-19 show that of the 11 countries surveyed, the United States had the highest adolescent birth rate at 34.2%. The next highest was our mother country, the UK, at 25.1%. Compare this figure to the Netherlands at 9.3%, Germany at 8.2%, Denmark at 4.5%, Sweden at 5.9%, France at 11.9% and Italy at 6.5% (International Comparisons).
So why the difference, one may ask? Research shows that American views on sex, sexuality, sex education, marriage, and relational commitments may possibly be the issue. Due to our Puritan historical roots we tend to believe that love and sex are one and the same and absolutely cannot be mutually exclusive. Yet is this realistic? For instance, far-right fundamentalists who favour outlawing abortion and overturning the U.S. Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision of 1973 cannot grasp the fact that two of the things they greatly oppose, which are contraception and comprehensive sex education programs, absolutely have been proven to reduce the number of unplanned pregnancies and therefore, reduce the need for abortions.
Why are these points important? They are important because it is becoming increasingly clear that European views on sex, sexuality, monogamy and marriage are not only vastly different from the American view, but may actually be healthier. Let’s face facts: marriage (Married Love) is for stability, friendship, and potentially raising children; sexual desire (Romantic Love) is an adrenaline rush of highs and lows, sexual madness, the romance of being appreciated by a new person, the joys of flirting, pursuing, and surreptitious coupling. Many Americans believe that “romantic love” is the same as “married love,” when in fact they are diametrically opposed. Romantic love (or in reality, sexual desire) is a delusional, brief insanity, while married love is pragmatic, long lasting and sane. Europeans know this fact inherently while Americans tend to fight it tooth and nail. Some of course will disagree – so let’s again go to the facts.
Sexual desire is defined by Regan as “a wish, need, or drive to seek out sexual objects or to engage in sexual activities” (Regan). Romantic love is defined as “the constellations of behaviours, cognitions, and emotions associated with a desire to enter or maintain a close relationship with a specific other person,” (Aron and Aron). Biochemically, biologically and physiologically, researchers Diamond and Dickerson found that there are areas of the human brain which are stimulated in a similar fashion in both romantic love (i.e. “sexual desire”) and married love (Diamond and Dickerson). However, they also found that pure sexual desire also stimulates different parts of the human brain, which are NOT stimulated in committed, long-term, emotionally invested relationships. They also discovered that some areas of the human brain are possibly stimulated in both cases, thus overlapping in the biochemical response neurologically in both committed relationships and those involving “pure” sexual desire. Thus future research is needed to determine if certain types of sexual desire may possibly be independent of married love experientially and neurologically.
If this is the case, then the increase in polyamorous relationships in the US (which are more standard in some European cultures) might indeed be a more practical, pragmatic, and sensible (not to mention mature) way to view relationships. Polyamorous is a term used to refer to individuals who do not hold to the view that sensual/sexual and relational/interpersonal exclusivity are necessary for profound, faithful, long-term loving relationships. “Sex is not essentially a primary focus in Polyamorous relationships, which usually consist of people seeking to build long-term relationships with more than one person on reciprocally agreeable grounds, and sex as only one aspect of their relationships. For many, such relationships are ideally built upon values of trust, loyalty and the negotiation of boundaries, as well as overcoming jealousy and possessiveness, and rejecting restrictive cultural standards” (wikipedia.org).
Scientifically, biologically, and psychologically speaking, many Americans do comprehend all of the above information; we’re just not sure how it’s practiced. Yet if we were to look at the adult erotic film industry we might be able to begin to understand this concept. For instance, at SexArt and its family of websites, all of the models (male and female) demonstrate repeatedly their respect, fondness and affection for each other in a most emotionally healthy way. Yes, it is a profession; however there appears to be great care given to each other, and this is also apparent when we see “behind the scenes” video clips. Such care is not confined to the models but is obviously a part of the interaction of all parties working on the films – technical, directorial, production and so on – although it is considered “crossing the professional line” for the film crew to engage in physical intimacy with the models.
Coming from a parochial and conservative (read “RIGID” religious culture), I honestly have trouble trying to wrap my head around the fact that these relationships appear to be so healthy – emotionally, physically, and psychologically. Let’s face it: European viewpoints on the physical and on sex (and alcohol) in particular are so vastly different and way more openly discussed than in the US, yet in most of the “civilized” countries which are a part of the EU, teen pregnancy is lower, alcoholism is lower, crime is lower. As an American I have to wonder, “How is this working?” I mean, seriously? No facetiousness intended at all here. How in the world do these relationships remain so healthy, strong, and committed to each other: as friends, as partners, as committed couples? And how is it possible that these individuals are so healthy emotionally and psychologically (as well as physically, obviously) in regards to their sexual nature and the expression of that nature? I think if half the western world could wrap their head around this concept it might go a long way towards dispelling the belief of adult erotica being a “nasty, horrible, abusive, dirty industry.”
Since America as a country is a relatively young one, (we are only a mere 239 years old!) we might need a bit more maturity as a culture in order for us to find another way of loving. Perhaps we need to think of a “loving” relationship as being one in which two deeply committed friends and soul mates share a bond that is deep and abiding, and that this steadfast and enduring love relationship is so pervasive and continuous that we might actually dare to experience other loves and even share them with each other. Such a relationship would take as a given that the friendship that endures between the lovers is more vital than the sexual love that flares between two friends. Many of us feel like we are aliens on a strange planet throughout most of our lives and because of this we, as humans, need relationships, nurturing, and closeness. Yet we also may – according to the facts and new research – occasionally need to go wild with another individual to whom we are sexually attracted; not because we do not “love” our partner, but because we know that what we share with that one special person is something different entirely than what we have ever found with anyone else, and because of this fact, we have no need of concern that there is “betrayal.”
It is clear in the movies on SexArt that the participants (both male and female) may have evolved beyond the territoriality that is inherent in us as a human species. It is also clear that many European cultures are moving towards such an evolution at a faster pace than the United States. One must remember that we as humans really are territorial by nature and tend towards jealousy if we feel threatened. A relationship like the one I describe above, and like those that appear to be exhibited by the participants in the industry, must obviously feel complete enough, fulfilled enough, and separate yet equal enough to not fear the destruction of the relationship from a brief coupling that is based purely on sexual desire and mutual affection. Such relationships have to presuppose emotional equality, material equality, and intellectual equality. And there absolutely have to be firm, unbreakable ground rules of honesty, mutual respect, and trust. If we as humans make the mistake of assuming a wedding ring or any symbol of commitment invariably acts as a substitute for chains, then “rebellion” in the relationship(s) will occur and escalate into an all out “world war.” The freedom to love must be respected, freely given by both individuals and must always guard against its greatest enemy: resentment. Perhaps we can learn these lessons from the professionals in the adult industry, as well as taking our cue from our European brothers and sisters.
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If ever there was a girl born to challenge stereotypes about the typical ‘porn star mentality,’ it’s Chloe Amour. This sexy Texan is not just beautiful and bold, but also fiercely intelligent, talented and ambitious. I have a feeling she’s destined to make her mark on the world.
Chloe displays her impressive acting chops in ‘Love For Sale 2,’ the recent five-part series following a high-class call girl on a voyage of self-discovery that takes in everything from sexual ecstasy to depression and heartbreak. Her scenes are super-hot – she’s got the incredible body and sexual charisma to make them compelling viewing – but what really stays with you is the way she brings the character to life. I was lucky enough to get to ask her about how she tackled the role, and what makes her tick, spiritually and sexually…
Chloe, please tell us a little about yourself.
CA: I’m 24, I’m from San Antonio, TX and currently living in LA. I love traveling, going to the movies, concerts, music festivals, outdoor sports such as surfing and hiking, acting, singing, doing yoga and cardio.
What is your favorite thing about your appearance?
CA: My eyes and smile.
How long have you been making movies, and what do you enjoy about it?
CA: Two and a half years. I enjoy the escape of it all. My reality is my viewers’ fantasy – that is priceless, and extremely liberating!
Do you like to watch your own movies?
CA: It’s not a matter of do I like watching my own movies, but more of do I watch my movies? Since I played in it, I don’t get off to myself by watching my movies. I watch them more to critique myself about what would I do differently or better.
Please tell us about shooting ‘Love For Sale 2’ with Alis Locanta for SexArt – what were the most challenging and most fun aspects?
CA: The whole experience was fun, honestly. I had the most amazing cast and crew to work with. The most challenging thing was adjusting to the time change, simply because since I had the lead role I had less time to rest! All worth it though!
Do you have any mainstream acting experience, and is this something you’d like to do more of?
CA: I have very little experience, but yes, absolutely! It is one of my goals and aspirations to crossover into mainstream acting after porn.
How did you mentally prepare for the role – was it hard to portray depression, heartbreak, and all the deep emotions you show?
CA: I put myself in the character’s shoes. It wasn’t hard exactly, I think even my director and producer were surprised I was able to cry on the spot within such a short time of studying my script. Although I’m not that old, I have had past experiences that have occurred in my life that helped me bring the sadness to my character.
Did any of the themes have personal meaning for you?
CA: A little. It’s funny because I was playing an escort aka sex worker and in turn I’m a porn star so there are some similarities there: an exchange of sex for money, pleasing your partner and putting on a good performance.
Did you have a favorite scene from the movie?
CA: Hard to say. Always hard for me to pick faves of anything. I enjoyed shooting all the scenes, both happy and sad… Making each day different, setting a new mood for my character.
What was your most memorable experience of the shoot?
CA: Shooting in Barcelona with an Italian crew! Porn has made this all happen for me. I loved being able to shoot a movie so sensual, passionate and raw in a beautiful country. I hope to come back to Europe soon to shoot some more and get a chance to really visit Barcelona. I was so busy shooting, I had no time to really explore the city. As well we were shooting during Thanksgiving week, so it was nice to celebrate and eat paella with all my cast members. It’s a holiday that I’ll never forget.
Do you have a high sex drive?
CA: Yes, but it’s calmed down since I have sex so much for work. I probably have sex just about every day, whether it’s masturbation or actual intercourse.
Did you have sex with a girl in your personal life, before you did it in a movie?
CA: I did not. I’ve always been curious but where I come from it’s so conservative that it would just be made into a super big deal that I would probably end up wanting to avoid. Now I just don’t care, obviously! I did have sex with many girls before doing this movie, but all were on camera. The most I’ve done with a girl off camera is making out and some pussy play.
Are you bisexual?
CA: Somewhat. I love the dick! But as far as women go: if she’s brunette, got a great set of tits and she’s a good kisser – I would do her!
What do you like best about sex with girls, and with guys?
CA: Girls are nice because there’s something about looking into a woman’s eyes that feels more deep. With guys it’s pretty simple – it’s their penis that makes it work!
What is your favorite position?
CA: Doggy: I like being face down, hair pulled, ass smacked, and feeling a man’s balls hit the back of my pussy.
What turns you on?
CA: Foreplay, good make-out and clit stimulation.
Where is the most unusual place you’ve ever had sex?
CA: Yikes, hard to say with having been doing porn and all! They all kind of end up meshing into one. But there was this one time in a garage in the back of a scooter shop in Miami. The shop was still open for business while we were shooting so any customer could have walked back there and caught us.
Have you ever done it in a public place?
CA: Yes, many times!
Do you like to masturbate?
CA: I like to masturbate, yes. Masturbation got me through many years before losing my virginity. I love the Hitachi and vibrating dildos. Fingers yes, if my partner knows how to use them!
What is your favorite sexual fantasy?
CA: Threesome under a waterfall, perhaps boy-girl-girl or even boy-boy-girl.
Are you a romantic person?
CA: Yes one hundred percent, romance is not dead and the biggest turn on is when a man is a gentleman. He gets brownie points for bringing me flowers and chocolate – two faves.
How would you describe your personality?
CA: Well I’m a Gemini. A bit the best of both worlds. Super chill or high energy, just depending on my mood. I’m a moody person I guess! Every day a new mood, but mostly happy. I’m very open minded and understanding. Liberal of course, and at this point in my life still working on my patience.
What are your ambitions?
CA: So many things! Succeeding in porn: exiting with a few awards, sex toy, sex doll, hosting website, making appearances all over the world, feature dancing and hosting all the XXX award shows. Basically branding ‘Chloe Amour.’ Crossing over into mainstream: acting in independent movies as well as big time motion pictures, eventually transitioning into directing and writing my own scripts. Continue some more promo modeling and building my portfolio for mainstream modeling, and branching into fitness competitions. I love edm [electronic dance music] and love to sing, so would like to produce one edm track before I die. Investing in real estate and other business ventures, in turn entrepreneurialism: becoming a multi-business and multi-property owner, eventually getting my own book deal to share my journey. As well, when I reach a certain financial status I would like to work on providing for charities to do with animals, or possibly create my own, as well as empowerment for all women. Sex workers and minorities in particular. Lots and lots of goals for the time ahead. So much I probably didn’t even mention everything!
Is there anything else you would like to tell the SexArt members?
CA: I love you, as I love all my fans and the people who support and watch my scenes. I hope you love the movie and feel free to message me on social media with your thoughts. As well, I would like to hear from my fans about who and what they would like to see me doing next!
What elevates a filmmaker to the status of ‘artist’? Is it creativity, innovation, inspiration? A certain disregard for convention and popularity? The ability to hold the viewer spellbound from the first frame to the last? Director Paul Black has all that, and much more. The maverick auteur, along with his wife and directing partner Ilona, produces the most unique, disturbing and darkly erotic movies I have ever seen – and they’ve got me hooked. They fascinate me, they unsettle me, and they make me feel dirty… in a good way!
I first interviewed Paul Black in December 2014 (you can see that interview here on the blog), and since then Paul, Ilona and their assistant have been busy settling into their new studio and shooting some amazing new movies for us. On our sister site The Life Erotic, the gently humorous ‘Rainy Monday,’ the arresting imagery of ‘Short Circuit – Autumn Syndrome’ and the frankly mind-blowing ‘Lost’ have all hinted at new directions and a more complete realization of their vision; and in my opinion the stunning forthcoming TLE release ‘Scarecrow’ is among their best yet, although naturally, perfectionist Paul is very critical about it! I was delighted to have the opportunity to ask him some more questions about their work…
Paul, how is the new studio working out? Last time we spoke, you were just settling in. Is it enabling you to shoot the kind of movies you want to make?
PB: We are still very busy at the studio. The primary objective is to create a stationary recording studio, which we currently don’t have, which makes the audio recording process even longer. At the moment Ilona and I are working on our latest movie footage, so we don’t come to the studio often. But our assistant works there, he builds new interiors for future movies, buys new props. We can’t fully use the studio yet and do what we really need in there – first of all to increase the scale of our movies, to step out of enclosed room spaces and predominant close ups. We need time to collect the necessary materials. The process is ongoing.
What draws you to the broken-down look of the sets you create? There is a feeling of poverty and deprivation – does this have a special meaning for you?
PB: We worked in this genre even before our first attempt at pornography and erotica. I personally learned to shoot using similar subjects. Same for Ilona, whom I didn’t know then – she did photography in this genre. This style is what brought us together. At the moment it is a part of our genre. Our love for vintage things is not accidental. These objects have their own history and figuratively speaking, can talk. They are as much the actors, as the models are. Modern objects look quite ‘inexperienced’ on the shoot! Moreover – vintage pieces have interesting textures, which makes them look really good in the frame. Also we don’t see similar objects in everyday life. This fact alienates us from reality. I always liked art that is distant from reality. As an experiment I decided to use my original taste and experiences for erotica. ‘Inanimate objects’ are a big part of our films. In some cases they help to convey a sense of a scene, in others – to convey an atmosphere better. Besides, from the beginning we shot movies about quite simple people. There are not many glamorous women in expensive penthouses.
You seem to be moving away from the real-world situations of your earlier work into a more complete, and often disturbing, fantasy world – is this deliberate?
PB: I don’t entirely agree about the statement of my early work being based on real-world situations. If you look at my first experimental film ‘Sin Mirror’ on The Life Erotic, the story in this film is far from direct reality. It probably is similar to what we do now. The same goes for ‘Short Circuit’ and ‘Dark Water’ too. Everyday – as we call them – films (meaning ‘real life’) – get created from lack of time to write a good script, rather than from lack of time to build a good interior. When we started to shoot our movies in Czech Republic, we didn’t have an opportunity to shoot what we really wanted. And we were somewhat obliged to shoot ‘everyday, simple films.’ That was the reason we stopped going to Prague and started to develop the studio in Latvia. It’s hard to find the time and the money to build new interiors every week in a foreign country, in a strange town. That’s why it’s difficult to organize something bigger than just to shoot in a hotel room. Initially we worked in the genre of surrealism and we will keep developing this in future.
Your work is technically very complex. How much time is spent setting up a shot such as the swinging light bulb in ‘Short Circuit – Autumn Syndrome’? Is there a shot you are particularly proud of?
PB: Hmmm…Well, the swinging light bulb in ‘Short Circuit – Autumn Syndrome’ was not that difficult! But I think it took around 30 minutes, not because it was a lot of hard work, but because I shoot these types of frames slowly, without any rush, constantly fixing small details such as the angle, light, camera settings, speed and amplitude of the light bulb, as well as the flickering that should then match the pace of the music. Although, I think that no one else will notice these sorts of details, haha! I do it more for my own satisfaction. Sometimes the frames prove to be quite challenging and can take all night to shoot. But again, it’s not because it’s a grand shot or there is a lot of hard work involved, but rather because we simply have to experiment as we go, which always takes more time and is worse than if we were to work on these details theoretically. Other reasons are technical issues, lack of real professional shooting techniques and the necessary team. Sometimes it’s a lack of people and there is not enough technical equipment to shoot everything quickly and to a good standard. You asked about a shot I am particularly proud of – I don’t really know. We always strive to shoot every frame in a good way, as far as the time and technical means allow us. For more dynamic frames we need to completely change our equipment. I think I haven’t made my best frame yet!
You seem to be playing more with different genres of movie in your more recent work; there is a lot of black humor in ‘Scarecrow’ [coming soon to TLE] particularly. Are you inspired by comedies? Do you think people see the humor in your films?
PB: We would like to try other genres, but you need to know how to do a lot of things. It’s quite hard to add the same format in different genres. It is of course possible. But as I said – you need to know how to do it and if you do it, do it well or don’t do it at all. We have an experimental idea about almost a ‘musical’ movie, but we can’t take this on yet. It requires quite complex shooting, many people, dialog, shooting on location, symphony musicians. It’s a very difficult project for us now. We have a lot of ideas. But we need to be realistic. Our film ‘Scarecrow’ is of course a ‘joke from the author!’ Which, by the way, we aspire to continue. Initially we planned this as a series. It was an experimental version. For this we specifically built a ‘house for a scarecrow’ in the studio. The next version will be more atmospheric. Ilona and I both like dark English humor. We were raised watching ‘The Muppet Show’ and ‘Monty Python’! I think there is a place for humor in every movie we make. And there are people who understand it and there are people who only see it as ‘stupidity.’ In ‘Scarecrow’ we purposely made the humor very direct, so no one blames us for being ‘stupid!’
I find your work mood-altering – it stays with me for a long time after I watch it. Do you think your work takes on its own life after you release it? Do you have an idea of the effect you want it to have on the viewer?
PB: To be honest, we don’t really aim to ‘have an effect on our viewers.’ We just do what we want to do. Sometimes, when we read the criticisms about our movies being ‘non-erotic,’ we think about how we can improve that and pay more attention to the theme of ‘erotica.’ But when it has to do with the script or with an idea about a new film, our opinion changes. These films should be as they are. Otherwise, it will be ‘something else.’ There are enough people who can shoot regular erotica. Why would we do this? Our movies are ‘mood-altering.’ We don’t aim to please everyone, at all. We make them for ourselves, as it were. I’m more than certain that if we started to shoot movies just for everyone to like them, we wouldn’t be shooting erotica, we would work in another genre. We care about the fact that we, and the MetArt Network, like what we do. And we must say, MetArt gives us free rein.
Did anything specific inspire ‘Lost’?
PB: Everything was quite simple with the movie ‘Lost.’ We had an interior ready, but we had not yet written a script. Ilona and I couldn’t think of anything for a long time. The initial idea was very different. The model was meant to sleep in this place on a metal bed and the plot was quite simple, but we still didn’t like our idea. What we did is we took a photo of this place and stared at it together, lying on the sofa. And at some point we both came up with the same idea that it had to be a ghost, a phantom. She has to be standing still wearing a hospital gown. We both had the same idea at the same time and the script was done in one hour after that. It’s a figurative film: mind games and wandering thoughts of a young girl, who (possibly) is somewhere in a completely different place – perhaps underground or maybe she is in a hospital – and (possibly) she craves sex and needs to go to the toilet!
What inspired ‘Scarecrow’?
PB: The initial script was written about a girl and a rubber doll. Quite a simple and everyday script in a simple home setting. I was writing the script all night and kept changing it, I couldn’t quite get it right and feel satisfied with it. And we needed the script to be written ASAP. I found the script quite unexciting, so I kept making it more and more complex. In the morning the script was ready, but I had one question – “where do we find a rubber doll in one day?!” I’m not a big specialist in the area of rubber dolls, so I decided to check out what kinds there are out there. I went on a sex shop website and was quite disappointed – the dolls looked quite bad! I had a different image in my head. Then I thought: “Why don’t we make a doll ourselves?” And if it’s not a rubber doll, it should certainly be ‘the scarecrow.’ I totally erased the script I wrote and we got on with making the scarecrow. Because of this, we had to postpone the shoot and then I wrote a new script that matched the scarecrow. Initially the face of the scarecrow was taken from my own face (we did the plaster mold). But plaster was not really a suitable material and the face turned out quite ugly! The arm of the scarecrow was molded from my hand though! Actually, the scarecrow itself is barely shown in this first movie. Many details didn’t make the cut. The second arm of the scarecrow (the one you don’t see in the movie) is kind of an adaptation from Tim Burton’s ‘Edward Scissorhands.’ That’s the reason we had the animation for the titles designed that way. Overall we thought the movie was quite unsuccessful and we wasted our time making the scarecrow, we didn’t quite pull off the atmosphere, the interior, didn’t quite work out the angles and lighting right. Moreover, the model was going to leave in the middle of the shoot to go back home to Prague! But we do aspire to continue this series. I think the next movie will be more about the initial idea and the scarecrow will shine in all its beauty!
You seem to create a sense of ritual when showing masturbation, for example the shaving brush and the jug of oil in ‘Short Circuit – Autumn Syndrome.’ Is ritual something that interests you?
PB: Probably they are rituals! But they are not planned, they come about unconsciously. Although our everyday life is quite ‘non-ritual’ – we sometimes sleep during the day and sometimes at night, we don’t always celebrate even our birthdays. We don’t follow any traditions or religions, so you can hardly say that I like rituals. Probably, rituals like us!
A recurring theme in your movies is the cataclysmic power of the woman’s orgasm, indicated by some type of explosion or breakage. In ‘Rainy Day’ we see something gentler – the opening of an umbrella; is this showing a softer side of your personality?
PB: Haha! The reason for that is possibly because the script for ‘Rainy Day’ was written by Ilona! Probably that’s why the orgasm is much softer than in my scripts. I like it when it properly smashes!
I know you are a perfectionist, but are you closer to being happy with your more recent movies? Do you have a film you are most proud of?
PB: The latest movies are done better than the older ones. But there are more emotions in the older films and the reason for that is the models. Lately we worked with Czech models: firstly, we don’t speak the same language, and secondly they are not used to starring in this kind of movie. I have not been satisfied with the quality of our movies for quite a while now. That’s due to outdated shooting equipment and we don’t have either the money or time to change it! We must achieve a new level of quality and make the shoots more complex. Static close ups that take up 90 percent of the whole movie are becoming quite unexciting. I’m not particularly proud of any movies, but I find ‘Red Vinyl’ to be quite a successful one. It was all created by coincidence. A simple initial idea turned out to be quite a good story. But this success had its reasons – a local model, who spoke our language and who starred not only for the money.
What are your ambitions for your work with the MetArt Network?
PB: We have plenty of ambitions and goals. The primary thing is to fix productivity: to release more films. It’s profitable for us and for MetArt. But at the moment we can’t afford to release many films, as it’s just the three of us covering a vast amount of work. We didn’t have a good result from trying to get a team together and to rid ourselves from stuff like editing. I am very critical about small details and am ready to do everything myself until I find someone to whom I can pass on some work with peace of mind. We’ve had this issue from the very beginning. I can’t look at shooting films just as a way of earning money. It’s probably a big drawback of mine. I even tried to get rid of my perfectionism – in psychology they say it can be treated! But the more I thought about it the more I understood that I’m doing everything right. The issue of productivity needs to be dealt with not by getting rid of perfectionism, but rather by having a team full of perfectionists, professional and responsible people. I’m not ready to sacrifice the quality of movies for money. Otherwise, I’ll get tired of this job. In future I would like to develop a proper studio to be able to shoot more complex and interesting films. We’ve already started this process. Also in the future I would really love to shoot a different kind of movie with the financial support of MetArt – with a festival, game-oriented format.
Whatever the future does hold for Paul and Ilona Black’s work – and I can’t possible guess where their fertile imagination, ever-evolving creativity and dark humor will take them – I want to be along for the ride. You can see their movies exclusively here at SexArt and on The Life Erotic. If you haven’t seen them, check them out – your idea of ‘erotica’ will never be quite the same again…
This follows on from the last episode posted on July 28, titled ‘Colossal Pleasure.’ The story so far: our gorgeous models met up for a SexArt location shoot. While Mango and Amarna Miller enjoyed some kinky fun, Tracy Lindsay and Ariel Rebel were left to get to know one another better.
The story continues…
Tracy and Ariel had never met before, but they felt comfortable with each other immediately. Well, maybe a little more than comfortable… as their scriptwriter Rose left them to enjoy each other’s company, she had already noticed a certain spark between them. Both girls had pushed the boundaries in their movies for SexArt, and shared an unconventional and somewhat daring outlook that instantly attracted them to each other. The flirtatious sparkle between them increased as they speculated about what would be in store for them on this shoot – Rose still wasn’t telling, although she had said it was important that they all spoke such good English.
Rose had arranged for them all to have dinner together, and when they went inside to change, Ariel had a message from the front desk to say there was a package for her; she had it sent up to her room. She took a quick peep at the intriguing contents, and smiled as she imagined telling Tracy about it.
The dinner was fantastic. Mango was there, but seemed a little sleepy and distracted, while Amarna, it seemed, was ‘otherwise engaged.’ No doubt there was a story to tell there! Ariel and Tracy only had eyes for each other, and when they returned to their hotel, Ariel invited her new friend to help her investigate the package.
Tracy took a look inside, and giggled with lustful surprise. It was a matching pair of… sex contraptions! She had seen something similar before, but nothing so complex. It was a kind of seat, with a huge dildo sticking up from the middle of it, and a controller that promised all kinds of naughty fun. Ariel explained that one of her friends had designed it, and wanted her to test the prototype.
“I could use a second opinion though,” she added with a smile that made Tracy quiver with anticipation. They sat very close to each other as they investigated the controller, discovering to their amazement that not only did the dildo attachment vibrate, but it also expanded in girth, and increased in length! It even had a memory function. They looked at each other with eyes wide, imagining how it would feel to ride it.
“It’s your toy, you should go first,” Tracy said. “But I get the controller.”
“Okay, but then you have to record it,” Ariel laughed. “Because whatever you do to me, I’m going to do exactly the same to you next.”
Tracy felt herself getting really wet as she watched Ariel use the little tube of lube to get the toy slippery, then stand and slip off her panties with no trace of shyness. When she took her dress off too, it took all Tracy’s self-control not to grab her for a kiss.
“Now, wait until it’s right inside me before starting it up,” Ariel giggled, as she squatted over the toy and slowly lowered herself down on it. Watching the big probe spread Ariel’s tight pussy open and thrust inside it was almost unbearably exciting. Tracy did her best to concentrate, listening to the low throb as she turned the toy on and it started to vibrate.
Ariel’s giggly high spirits soon turned to genuine arousal as the probe did its work. She rocked her hips, riding the sensations until it hit the perfect spot and she started to tremble with pleasure. Tracy tried the little joystick that made the probe move around, enjoying Ariel’s squeals of delight as each movement made her shake harder. She turned the vibration up until Ariel was moaning involuntarily, then expanded the girth and length, little by little, until the sexy redhead was gasping and crying out as it filled her like the biggest cock she’d ever imagined.
Ariel started riding it like it was a real cock, raising and lowering her ass as she slid up and down on it. Her eyes were closed and she was lost in pleasure, chasing her orgasm. Tracy watched her, fascinated and very turned on. She realized she was dripping wet, and slid her free hand into her panties to touch herself.
“I wonder what the red button does?” she mused. Ariel didn’t reply, she was beyond the point where she could speak coherently, so Tracy tapped the button anyway. With a gasp, Ariel reared up so high she almost slid right off the probe, her eyes flying open.
“Oh, it’s huge!” she gasped. “It just got massive!” Tracy realized the button made the dildo grow to full length instantly – a real thrust effect! “Do it again!” Ariel giggled, settling herself back down on the toy.
Now Tracy had figured out how to control the toy, she used her expert knowledge of the female body to drive Ariel crazy. She brought her to the brink of orgasm over and over again, then eased off, each peak more exquisitely frustrating than the next. It felt almost like a video game as she watched Ariel’s response to each move she made. When she knew Ariel’s climax was going to be the most raw, powerful, earth-shattering one she’d ever experienced, she finally hit the red button again, sending her over the edge.
It took a while for Ariel to recover from her orgasm enough to speak. When she was finally able, she smiled as she said two simple words: “You’re next…!”
To be continued…
Many thanks to our member, Frank, for writing this exciting story (and for giving me a cameo role!). If you enjoy erotic fiction and would like to contribute some of your own, you can email it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I don't promise to post it in full, but I will pick out the juiciest bits to share!
Taylor Sands is cuter than a basket of kittens. She’s also a horny little minx who makes no secret of her love of sex, with male and female partners – or in the case of ‘Waltz With Me – Winter,’ both at the same time!
Taylor’s sweet smile, mouth-wateringly beautiful breasts and perfect little rear have won her plenty of admirers here. Ridiculously cute as she is, the arousing effect of seeing her eat pussy voraciously in the car, as she does in ‘Taylor and Sophie,’ or ride her man’s cock full-tilt, as she does in ‘Inside Couple,’ cannot be underestimated! Recently Taylor made her long-overdue debut at our sister site Viv Thomas, in a couple of movies that showcase her playful personality. It’s fun to see her talking and flirting with her girlfriends before she decides to turn the heat up. I interviewed her for Viv Thomas, and I thought SexArt members might also enjoy the opportunity to get to know this fun-loving cutie a little better…
Taylor, please tell us a little about yourself.
TS: I’m 22 years old, and I live in the Netherlands together with my lovely roommates. In my free time I like to spend time with my family and friends, have a party, watch movies or you’ll find us shopping, we just enjoy life. Experimenting and learning about super foods is my new obsession. I never thought it would be something for me, but my roommates are very happy about it! I like to read, mainly I read about true stories and different cultures. Dancing is my first love, it makes me feel free to feel the music and show my emotion. I just started to do zumba and I really like it, and kickboxing as well, I get all my energy out there.
What inspired you to get into nude modeling?
TS: My life was too boring for me, almost every day was the same. I wanted to see the world, meet new people and have fun. So I responded to an adult modeling advertisement and two weeks later I was flying to Portugal. The first thing that scared me was flying! Now I can really enjoy the view. When I did my first scene I was really nervous and excited but I knew this was what I wanted to do. I had a great time with nice people, and I had some free time to enjoy the beauty of Portugal.
What is your favorite thing about your appearance?
TS: My smile.
What do you enjoy most about making movies?
TS: Everything, it’s exciting to travel, meet new interesting people and of course I like sex. Who doesn’t?
Which is your favorite of your scenes for SexArt so far?
TS: ‘Inside Couple,’ I really liked the concept. It was a romantic scene and Juan Lucho is cute!
Who was your favorite sexual partner so far?
TS: Sicilia, we have a lot fun together on set and also after shooting. She is real, a lovely person with a beautiful smile.
Please tell us about ‘Gambling,’ your first movie for Viv Thomas – you looked like you were having fun!
TS: Yes we had fun, I didn’t mind losing this time. Amber is a good lover!
Did you have sex with a girl in your personal life, before you did it in a movie?
TS: I was curious to know how it would be with a girl, and honestly it was not so romantic as I thought it would be, haha! But now I have more experience. I like girls as well.
Do you prefer guys or girls?
TS: If I really have to choose, then it would be men, only because I don’t see myself in a relationship with a girl.
What is your favorite position?
TS: Missionary. I like it when a man takes control, and I feel the most contact with my partner when I can look into his eyes.
What turns you on?
TS: Dancing, flirting, whispering and kissing!
Where is the most unusual place you’ve ever had sex?
TS: Going camping, behind the ski hut in the woods, it’s too funny!
Have you ever done it in a public place?
TS: Yes, it does turn me on to know there are people are around.
Are you a romantic person?
TS: In a relationship I think I am.
How would you describe your personality?
TS: I’m opinionated, I will listen to people but they won’t change my mind. My chaotic behaviour can stress me out sometimes but I love my freedom and discovering new things. I’m a positive person, but also sensitive. I’m very sympathetic to people around me.
What are your ambitions?
TS: First, when I have the time I would like to travel around the world; and I want my own house with a lot of animals.
Is there anything else you would like to tell your fans?
TS: Follow your heart, it knows the way. Kisses to you!
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