oldsmeller:

Crashpadseries Video Review - Episode 3: Jiz and SydBy Aaron Bongart/OldSmeller
The film opens with the 2 performers almost tripping over each other in excitement, it is clear that an attraction exists and is being acted upon. The context of the encounter starts as playful and mildly competitive, the 2 bois rough house and start taking each other’s clothes off. Skilled camera work retains a casual feel, giving the viewer a sense of intimacy. Lighting of the film is bright and unashamed, these two people are experiencing each other in an unapologetic fashion. Towards the end 2 bodies appear to become one unified mechanism for pleasure. I almost get the feeling of 2 mechanics working on… each other.
The transitions of the film have a stylized or artsy feel to them, slow motions and BnW are spaced out in the film. I got a sense that a consistent story was tied to the crash pad, specific icons like the key in Jiz’s pants show the audience that more exists to be discovered. The focal point of the frame is always just expanded enough that both people are present. I felt like I was being invited as some sort of voyeur into the private lives of these people. Included is a Behind The Scenes look at the final product, this gives the viewer even more intimacy and personal connectivity to the performers. A large part of arousal and physical attraction is the degree to which the individual feels associated with the people in question. This association is influenced by a multitude of factors intimacy being one of them.
I feel that what this video does best is intimacy, from beginning to end a sense of inclusion is perpetuated by good camera work and lighting reminiscent of a college dorm. 
http://crashpadseries.com/queer-porn/?episode=episode-3-jiz-and-syd

“I feel that what this video does best is intimacy.” - Thanks for the review, OldSmeller. :)

oldsmeller:

Crashpadseries Video Review - Episode 3: Jiz and Syd
By Aaron Bongart/OldSmeller

The film opens with the 2 performers almost tripping over each other in excitement, it is clear that an attraction exists and is being acted upon. The context of the encounter starts as playful and mildly competitive, the 2 bois rough house and start taking each other’s clothes off. Skilled camera work retains a casual feel, giving the viewer a sense of intimacy. Lighting of the film is bright and unashamed, these two people are experiencing each other in an unapologetic fashion. Towards the end 2 bodies appear to become one unified mechanism for pleasure. I almost get the feeling of 2 mechanics working on… each other.

The transitions of the film have a stylized or artsy feel to them, slow motions and BnW are spaced out in the film. I got a sense that a consistent story was tied to the crash pad, specific icons like the key in Jiz’s pants show the audience that more exists to be discovered. The focal point of the frame is always just expanded enough that both people are present. I felt like I was being invited as some sort of voyeur into the private lives of these people. Included is a Behind The Scenes look at the final product, this gives the viewer even more intimacy and personal connectivity to the performers. A large part of arousal and physical attraction is the degree to which the individual feels associated with the people in question. This association is influenced by a multitude of factors intimacy being one of them.

I feel that what this video does best is intimacy, from beginning to end a sense of inclusion is perpetuated by good camera work and lighting reminiscent of a college dorm.

http://crashpadseries.com/queer-porn/?episode=episode-3-jiz-and-syd

I feel that what this video does best is intimacy.” - Thanks for the review, OldSmeller. :)

Closer to our goal! Walk with us or donate towards the cause!
Sunday, July 20th - AIDS Walk SF

Closer to our goal! Walk with us or donate towards the cause!

Sunday, July 20th - AIDS Walk SF

BTS with Shine Louise Houston and Ex Libris, filming “Put Da Needle on Da Record” - coming soon to CrashPadSeries.com and PinkLabel.tv. 

BTS with Shine Louise Houston and Ex Libris, filming “Put Da Needle on Da Record” - coming soon to CrashPadSeries.com and PinkLabel.tv. 

Lighting test for today’s shoot. Thanks, Emanuel. ;-)

pinklabeltv:

"My first thought when it was clear that the guy/girl scene was going to go immediately from kissing (sweet, expressive kissing that sets the mood like porn foreplay) to anal penetration of the male actor, I thought: “Okay, that might be a bit much for some straights. They’re going to lose a few people right there.” But, upon further consideration, I realized that for every straightboy viewer they lose, there’s at least one straightboy who just found something he’s been looking for forever."
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[StraightBoy] Gazing at Shine Louise Houston’s BED PARTY.

pinklabeltv:

"My first thought when it was clear that the guy/girl scene was going to go immediately from kissing (sweet, expressive kissing that sets the mood like porn foreplay) to anal penetration of the male actor, I thought: “Okay, that might be a bit much for some straights. They’re going to lose a few people right there.” But, upon further consideration, I realized that for every straightboy viewer they lose, there’s at least one straightboy who just found something he’s been looking for forever."

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[StraightBoy] Gazing at Shine Louise Houston’s BED PARTY.


Join TEAM PINK & WHITE at Golden Gate Park for AIDS Walk SF on Sunday, July 20th. Walk with CrashPadSeries director Shine Louise Houston, performers Andre Shakti and Jiz Lee, and friends including Aerie (from AeriesRoom.com), Mark (from Pleasure Works Wholesale), Freddie Francis, and more. It’s free to register! 
Can’t make it? Help us raise $1000 for Bay Area organizations working to prevent, care, and cure. Help spread the word!
Register or Donate today: http://awsf2014.kintera.org/pinkwhite
(Big thanks to donations from AeriesRoom.com, Mickey Mod, and some anonymous donors!)

Join TEAM PINK & WHITE at Golden Gate Park for AIDS Walk SF on Sunday, July 20th. Walk with CrashPadSeries director Shine Louise Houston, performers Andre Shakti and Jiz Lee, and friends including Aerie (from AeriesRoom.com), Mark (from Pleasure Works Wholesale), Freddie Francis, and more. It’s free to register! 

Can’t make it? Help us raise $1000 for Bay Area organizations working to prevent, care, and cure. Help spread the word!

Register or Donate today: http://awsf2014.kintera.org/pinkwhite

(Big thanks to donations from AeriesRoom.com, Mickey Mod, and some anonymous donors!)

deviantfemme:

Feminist porn not only exists, it’s fucking hot.

I offer up proof for you which you can view with your own queer loving eyes: Olivia Woods and Vivi Marie for CrashPad. 

There is happy, enthusiastic consent when they try out the hitachi magic wand, and sweet giggling and tickling while they touch and kiss. There is responsive, light kink play with natural check-ins around likes/dislikes.

The way that Olivia and Vivi interact is natural and feels unscripted. And while my voyeuristic fix is completely fulfilled and I can happily orgasm along with these two, their focus never seems to be on providing a show. One of the great things about CrashPad is it always feels like you happened to wander into someone’s California bedroom, and they ignore you while they continue to pursue each others orgasms. This will also satisfy fans of traditional theatre, television, and film who are still dedicated to not breaking the fourth wall. 

Finally, for those who are doubtful that kids these days are learning anything useful, Olivia and Vivi prove that just isn’t so; they practice exceptionally good sharing skills with their toys, are careful with their scissor(ing), and are kind and considerate at all times. 

Thanks deviantfemme for an excellent review!

Sneak peek from our upcoming special episode, featuring one of The Crash Pad original stars, Dylan Ryan

Join TEAM PINK & WHITE at AIDS Walk SF on Sunday, July 20th. Walk with Shine Louise Houston, Andre Shakti, Jiz Lee, and family and friends. It’s free to register! 
Can’t make it? Help us raise $1000 for Bay Area organizations working to prevent, care, and cure. Help spread the word!
Register: http://awsf2014.kintera.org/pinkwhite

Join TEAM PINK & WHITE at AIDS Walk SF on Sunday, July 20th. Walk with Shine Louise Houston, Andre Shakti, Jiz Lee, and family and friends. It’s free to register! 

Can’t make it? Help us raise $1000 for Bay Area organizations working to prevent, care, and cure. Help spread the word!

Register: http://awsf2014.kintera.org/pinkwhite

Colors, Chemistry, and Content A CrashPad Review by Ashley Young
Two stars shine in this new CrashPad Episode 172. Nina Hartley and Sara Vibes play Boss and Assistant of Raven Clawz Studio in a steamy after work session. These two beautiful woman are my personal favorites and seeing them in action makes more then just my writer brain tingle.
Hartley’s been a boss since the 80’s, bringing us hot instructional porn we’ve all gotten off to and Vibes, up-and-coming star brings her cute mischievous smile ready and willing to every scene.
In this episode, Hartley relies on her adoring assistant for her busy schedule but makes sure to pencil Vibes in to show her appreciation for all her hard work. Bunny slipper clad Hartley disrobes to a nude bodysuit and undresses Vibes. What happens next is for those willing to get hot and bothered!
Three things I like about this scene: Colors, Chemistry, and Content. The color red is used to highlight not only clothing but Hartley’s strap-on. Red contrasts even more beautifully with both Hartley and Vibes skin shades that dance bright on the screen. Both have amazing chemistry, from their playful whispered dirty talk to deep moaning, Hartley and Vibes perform like they play in front of more then just the camera. The content was excellent, many shots artfully captured through the slated headboard and, in CrashPad tradition, the camera becomes the eyes of the hungry voyeur.
Watch now on CrashPadSeries.com
Ashley Young is a black feminist queer dyke, poet, non-fiction writer, and teaching artist living and writing in New York City. Her work has been featured in two anthologies, magazines, and many readings. She lives with her partner and family with three cats and a sweet little dog. [Originally posted on indigostheory.wordpress.com]

Colors, Chemistry, and Content
A CrashPad Review by Ashley Young

Two stars shine in this new CrashPad Episode 172. Nina Hartley and Sara Vibes play Boss and Assistant of Raven Clawz Studio in a steamy after work session. These two beautiful woman are my personal favorites and seeing them in action makes more then just my writer brain tingle.

Hartley’s been a boss since the 80’s, bringing us hot instructional porn we’ve all gotten off to and Vibes, up-and-coming star brings her cute mischievous smile ready and willing to every scene.

In this episode, Hartley relies on her adoring assistant for her busy schedule but makes sure to pencil Vibes in to show her appreciation for all her hard work. Bunny slipper clad Hartley disrobes to a nude bodysuit and undresses Vibes. What happens next is for those willing to get hot and bothered!

Three things I like about this scene: Colors, Chemistry, and Content. The color red is used to highlight not only clothing but Hartley’s strap-on. Red contrasts even more beautifully with both Hartley and Vibes skin shades that dance bright on the screen. Both have amazing chemistry, from their playful whispered dirty talk to deep moaning, Hartley and Vibes perform like they play in front of more then just the camera. The content was excellent, many shots artfully captured through the slated headboard and, in CrashPad tradition, the camera becomes the eyes of the hungry voyeur.

Watch now on CrashPadSeries.com

Ashley Young is a black feminist queer dyke, poet, non-fiction writer, and teaching artist living and writing in New York City. Her work has been featured in two anthologies, magazines, and many readings. She lives with her partner and family with three cats and a sweet little dog. [Originally posted on indigostheory.wordpress.com]