January 19, 2010

Short Takes: A Model Aden Jaric…and More

Falcon’s exclusive fun couple continues to diversify. First Aden and Jordan Jaric cut a dance single with RuPaul, then they got to hang out with one of our favorite actresses. Now, one half of the power duo has landed a mainstream modeling stint. Yes, that’s Aden Jaric you see above, and he’s modeling some seriously trendy threads from Ajaxx63. Noted photographer Gabriel Goldberg was behind the camera for the shoot. Aden isn’t the first porn star to pose for this gay-owned and -operated company. Onetime Channel 1 Releasing exclusive Nelson Troy has previously appeared in their ads. Btw, cute retro T-shirt! But personally, we think Aden looks better without any clothes.…Pacific Sun Entertainment has announced that taggaz.com and thugbait.com will join its stable of exclusive producers. Founder of both, Michael Knight, started Knightnet Enterprises in 2002. And according to a press release, he has “a knack for finding hot, hung, built black and Latino men who really enjoy getting down and dirty.” Well, isn’t that a special talent!? And while the sites have been popular with VOD fans, their racy content is now coming to DVD with Taggaz, Volume 1 and Thugbait, Volume 1. The movies are packaged together, and the latter features “straight” black men being lured into sexual situations with other men. Hey, it happens! More installments of both are expected to follow.…One of Europe’s major gay porn producers has come out against barebacking. Max Lincoln, CEO of Eurocreme and producer of the popular Boy series (including SkaterBoy, SpyBoy and Borstal Boy), has told PinkNews.co.uk that he has decided to stop producing bareback films, even though he thinks that consumers prefer to watch them. “Bareback production companies enjoy significantly stronger sales than those that require their performers to use condoms,” he says. “But there is a window period between an individual becoming infected with the HIV virus, and that individual showing up positive in an HIV test. For that reason it is not possible for a production company to guarantee the safety of an actor in a bareback film.” Lincoln, who founded the company in the United Kingdom in 2002, adds that he will return to producing only condom films. “In the absence of any legislation governing porn production in the UK,” he notes, “this moral stance places us at a serious disadvantage in the marketplace.” But the British director is still willing to do it—protect his models and put his money where his mouth is. Hmmm, wonder whether any of the American bb studios would do the same. Just sayin’.

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