I was just told by my advisors that I should personally reach out to fans and give them a friendly status update. I was told I should do this to bring everyone up to speed on the status of our films, maybe announce a target date for our next release, and, if it wasn’t too much to ask, answer some of the most common questions we’ve been getting. I immediately requested a list of these questions and I was told there were only a few so I’m going to make this as long as possible, ok?

First, I should tell you that I love interacting with our fans, be it on Twitter, Tumblr, in email enquiries or even by text message in the middle of the night (regarding Smoking Boyz). Either way, this intellectual intercourse with viewers who either like, love or hate my films has been a sound choice.

Frankly, it was at the advice of Paul Morris that I even began corresponding with viewers. I was unsure of what to expect from them. And we all know how I feel about not being in control. The thought of reading fan emails made me weak in the knees and sleepy. I mean, the only feedback I had to go on was the reaction within the industry, itself: The Vice President of APAC basically telling me to fuck right off; Hugh Hunter and his tweeted disgust sparked by his personal regret of having himself once been a confessed smoking boy; Trenton Ducati’s warm hello that sounded an awful lot like, “You’ve got to be kidding me.” Trenton if you’re reading this, kill meth! Reactions like that. Strong reactions, you could say, but not from where I expected. I never expected rejection from my would-be colleagues. I guess I should have, but hindsight has always left me blinded. What I expected was controversy from the press. More indiginance from the loud and proud. More ruffled blogger feathers. More literary panties in wads. I mean, you know, with the pipes and the guns and the on- and off-camera beatings and everything like that. I’d hoped for loud controversy. Take-down pieces in Frontier. Adversarial write-ups in The Advocate. Sub-intellectual jibber-jabber from the likes of Zach Sire and his all-important column. Articles in the gay blogs that waxed with such cold, unmasked hatred they’d make HateCrimePorno look like Bambi on a hard day. I envisioned an industry incensed and uncharmed by this original content.

What I got from them was silent judgement. What I got was ultra-panned, or, as the gays call it, “the hand” which is such a bittersweet reckoning for a homophobe in gay pornos.  The one time the gays with microphones decided to keep their pie-holes shut… So, like a sexy Gargamel up on his hill overlooking Juzcar, I read fan mail purely out of interest in reactions to my films and I steered clear of responses. I felt lucky for the fact that adult-filmmaking came with a layer of insulation that escorting never offered.

I eventually  sat down to play with the fans, but I played my hand close to my vest. I may play a boastful homophobe on TV, but I happen to know that in real life, there is a list of things you can do to really piss-off the gays. Across the table insults are at the top of that list. Everyone knows these bitches will cut you for less, which is more than I can say for the gay porn media, who chose to take the high road and ignore me, thwarting my sincere attempt to stir up shit in an industry that thrived on mediocrity. Until now. Reader, let me tell you, their silence was enough to deter me from saying anything at all to anyone ever, outside of the films we’d produce. Until the advice came in from the Master himself, I let my admin handle viewer support. He still does, but on the hard days when I’m in the office alone, or in the studio parsing a film down to 3 second multi-angle clips, or in my sound room with nothing but a vaporizer loaded with hydro and a stack of messages, I like to read the emails and respond personally.

I enjoy this for two reasons: Primus, reading the fan mail does wonders for my ego because there isn’t a rotten apple in the barrel. And secundus, the relentless praise and gratitude from fans makes the hard slap in the face with a dick that I got from the gay porn media the day I walked into the industry with balls bigger than anyone seem like a mere bad dream.

The fans love my films. They love me and they love James Lowes, the Stone Brothers and every politically incorrect verbal browbeating we give them. The fans send me ideas and compliments and they all wanna be in Smoking Boyz which both concerns and flatters me because they want to do it for free.

I’m sure this is nothing new. I’m sure that Previtus isn’t the first gay porn studio to have boys throwing themselves in front of the cameras, hell-bent on being a part of the show, however, I’m just as sure that we are the first studio to put smoking boys in pictures…you know, where they oughta be?? So, of course, I’m flattered. And concerned. But only to a point…

Life doesn’t imitate Art. It is absurd to imply that it does. Oscar Wilde’s anti-mimetic philosophy is exactly the kind of half-baked, transcendentalist, Kantian bullshit that gets real men in trouble.  Wilde aims to displace Man to the servitude of Art, and in doing so, renders Art inconsequential. Art imitates life – and to think anything else is just plain insulting, moreso to a pornographer who pioneered the production of such so-called detestable imagery. In other words, I didn’t invent this shit. I just tried it once at a party and lost my fucking head, okay? You try living in fabulous Las Vegas for a year and a half and see if you can manage to crawl through the wreckage unscathed. You try it and see if you don’t suffer some sort of expansion. (Don’t get crazy, nothing touched my ass.) You try living a year in Las Vegas and see if what happens there really stays there when you’ve been there that long. I mean, I didn’t come up with PNP. I’m just telling you what I fucking saw! Wait?? Are we still talking about Art? I was just told I was supposed to be writing answers to questions. And that’s exactly what I’m doing. Art imitates life and that’s all there is to it.

Earlier this year, I attended the AFFLV (Adult Film Festival Las Vegas). Previtus Media submitted Tell Me You Love Me for consideration and the film took the award for Best Gay Feature. I showed up to accept the award with my COO and with Austin, my co-producer. They booked a room at the SLS Las Vegas – the same place I had an illustrious photo shoot a few years back with famed adult photographer, Bruno Talledo, a spread that elicited a fair amount of controversy for the fact I was holding a gun in every fucking shot and in one – I was even shirtless. Once we were checked into our suite at the SLS, the guys thought it would be funny to act like they had never heard of, let alone seen, the photo shoot I did there. Reader, suffice to say, not knowing would have been nearly impossible and if you’ve ever seen the rooms at the SLS, you’ll know why. This particular suite has an open, yellow bathroom, so shocking it upstaged my handgun; a preposterous, lighted white bed, replete with dimming switch and a mirror above it; a lighted couch to match – and all of this rolled out in one, small room. Memorable decor, to say the least, in photos memorable enough to get them banned from almost every escort site on the web that year, save Adam4Adam, who kindly cropped the gun (a Glock, of course) out of each shot and re-posted them. Memorable enough to glean two nominations at the Rentboy sponsored 2015 Hookie Awards – one for Best Social Media and another (ahem) for Best Daddy. Sorry, Reader. Now, where was I?

Oh yes. Previtus Media won the 2018 AFFLV Award for Best Gay Feature Film. It was an honor. Really. Heterosexual accolades for a porn series that sensationalizes homophobic cops. And for our very first episode. I don’t mind telling you, I found it all quite titillating. Then, we won the 2018 Raven’s Eden Award for Best Fetish Film for Smoking Boyz – Let There Be Light, which I like to think had something to do with my expertise with a chicken bone and a camera, but who’s counting hits? The truth is, the fans voted their favorites and you can’t argue with that. I was a hit with the gays. It was confirmed; it was clear. When we started getting emails from fans wanting to blow me and James Lowes, the sting of the media’s rejection started to fade. When we started earning nominations and winning awards in our first year of production, it was utterly forgotten.  

At the Adult Film Festival Las Vegas, I got what I fucking deserved. I sat in the theatre for 45 minutes of the screening of the 54-minute episode of my film before I realized that as soon as it was over and we were mingling again, everyone attending would know what my dick looked like. This extemporaneous exposure actually got me laid by two pornstars turned cougar who took time out from signing autographs with fans to thank me personally for my artistic endeavors which they described as, “so fucking hot, Miles.” There, in the lobby of The Erotic Heritage Museum, my posse and I mingled with a careful selection of interested hetero-porn idols that drowned me in cocaine and accolades that felt better than all the b-grade, queer, methamphetamine and head you could find on all the other gay porn studio sets combined. In a nutshell, it was the warm welcome and everything I had hoped to hear from the gay media that, to date, still won’t accept my money for advertising space.

After the festival was over, after the after-party and the party after that, I spent an evening at one of my favorite hotels in Vegas, The Cosmopolitan, with my third and final web developer, Chris from AltGirlMedia, who got me so plastered on top-shelf margaritas that I didn’t even bother calling a cab. For three hours, he and my COO held me down and warned me that it doesn’t take 7 months to edit a porno. They were right. It’s taking much longer than that. But I’m so close. And I promise, when they see it – so worth it. So worth it..

I used the valet to park that night and when I finally found it, I crashed in the infamous yellow suite of the SLS. I awoke the morning after the night before with a healthy hangover that I nursed with hairs from the dog that bit me. Alone in that tweaker-chic budoir where I posed for photos that would define what would eventually become a hit adult series called HateCrimePorno, I stood wobbly at the window (which faced the back of another building) and imagined the city of Las Vegas that lay in front of it. I took a long drink from a ten dollar bottle of seltzer water that I splurged on from out of the hotel honor bar and I mouthed the words, “checkmate, faggots.”

Miles Previtire

Providence, 2018

News Fairies Interview
January 17, 2015

Black socks, check. Crisp white undershirt, check. Patent leather shoes, check. Nightstick, check. Handcuffs, check. “F**kin A! This one’s my kind of gig,” he croons. The mechanics of escorting, like all facets of life, have been evolving at a high rate of speed. Thanks to the advancements of technology in the age of social media, the modern escort has many opportunities to safely bask in the LCD limelight that yesterday’s escort could only dream about. Into this maelstrom enters Las Vegas’ newest Sir-for-hire, Miles Previtire.


Q: So tell me Miles, why Las Vegas?


A: Um, (thinks) the Convention Centers (laughs). Look, Vegas is the living embodiment of action. The American Dream made real. Professionals of all stripes end up here at least once a year, many for more than that. People come here for a good time and are not only willing to pay for it but expect to do so. This is a perfect environment for me – and one I expect to thrive in.

Q: Duly noted. Las Vegas is legendary for being a bit of tight rope, scene wise. Excessive partying, gambling, and spending is encouraged yet the police and casino security forces are known for being “gr­­­­­uff.” Did you know anyone here or were you already familiar with the atmosphere here?


A: (Chuckles) Yeah, everyone knows Las Vegas is not for the weak. It’s sink or swim here, and I like yachts. That said, I have a very reliable screening process that I have perfected in my time at this. I have honed my common sense into a real instinct of reading people, not only if they are “safe” to take on but if there would be real chemistry and compatibility. I only accept one booking a day maybe four days a week. I’m as busy as I want to be. I don’t work unless I’m feeling like it. Otherwise, only one of us has a good time and it isn’t me. Many would probably tell you that defeats the purpose. (Laughs.)


Q: You mention honing your instincts and craft. Can you take me back to your first escorting job?


A: My first job was a race play scene with a really nice black guy who wanted me to treat him like a slave. I will admit I was apprehensive. I remember talking to him extensively to find out exactly what he wanted and why. He wanted to be abused like a slave might’ve been abused by his master back in the day. He wanted me to call him a fag**t and a nig**r.


Q: How did you prepare for this??


A: I did it under the guise of the master of a plantation, or massa, or whatever. From the minute I walked into the place I owned it. And him, too. What a great first experience!


Q: So you experienced no awkwardness, then?


A: No. It felt like I was playing myself. It always does, really. I just do what feels right. I love the chemistry between the gay guy who considers himself a fag and the alpha-male with a stiffy in his pocket, ready to use whoever to get his rocks off. It’s you bottom, me top, and never shall the two switch off. Not together or apart. Well, at least for me, I’m always on top.


Q: You’re saying you’ve never been a submissive?


A: No, I never have. I’ve never even given a handy during a massage. I’m a pretty black and white guy. I don’t have a versatile bone in my entire body.


Q: This is fascinating to me, as is the process of acquisition. How did you find them or vice versa?


A: Typically, Rentboy or I f**king hate Men4RentNow. You know they banned me?

Q: Whatever for?


A: Well, honestly, they never said. They just rejected my submission, refunded my credit card and told me I was never invited to advertise on their site again. At the time, they were a competing site to Rentboy. They’re not anymore. The site is so poorly managed the bottom fell out from under them. Probably the same bottom that banned me. No really, they’ve been dwarfed by competing sites that just love the hell out of me and now I don’t care. But I’m pretty sure those motherf**kers banned me for advertising “rape” as one of my services. I can’t say for sure, but I suspect that did it. Anyway, I ended up fine. I’m pretty sure I have more fans on Twitter. (Laughs.)

Now, Miles has not been an escort for very long.  In fact, he left a rather lucrative career in Pharmaceutical and Medical Equipment Sales.


Q: Why would you leave a dream career in those fields for the world of adult entertainment?


A: Well, I actually left the music industry for corporate America, first. I had a deal with Warner West End as the singer in an alternative rock band.


Q: What band?


A: You won’t find the cd. Don’t bother. I bought every copy and set them on fire back in the 90s (when this happened). (Laughs) No, but really. I experienced a very mind-broadening life-change about three years ago while working in capital medical equipment sales. I won’t get into details, but suffice to say I was educated on the bleakness of the corporate world. With this I suffered an expansion, I guess you could say. One that drove me to get as far from corporate America as I could possibly go. Escorting seemed like a good distance.  Got me out of the cold f**king midwest and a cold, corporate hell. Two birds with one stone.


Q: How would you compare Midwest gigs to West Coast gigs?


A: Very different. There’s more money flowing through the room here. Enough to buy whatever you want. Some of these guys have exhausted a lot of their fantasies. What’s left is some really over-the-top sh**. I’m just the guy to give it to them. I’m not naturally violent in the bedroom. Like my father, I use my inherent authority as a man to get what I want. Not force. This is the number one misconception about me.Guys are afraid to hire me…all the time, I hear it. Afraid I’m too rough or forceful. Couldn’t be farther from the truth. I certainly have the capacity to be forceful. And Vegas…well. I just finished my most violent scene to date at the SLS last month. But my natural demeanor doesn’t involve unnecessary violence or force. If my client is a devoted co******er who knows his place, there isn’t any need for all that. Unless, of course, it’s requested.


Q:  Now this might feel like a cliché of a question but I would hate to leave it unasked. Is there any history of sexual trauma in your childhood?

A:  I’ve pretty much blocked out any traumatic memories from my youth. (Chuckles) Any distinctive memories center around my father.


Q:  What was your relationship like with him?


A: Complex.  He remarried when I was very young. My stepmother was a weak woman. The kind who can’t deal without a man in her life. A real role-model for women. They shared a very strange dynamic. But their interaction was very influential on me.


Q: How so?


A: Well, I watched my father play king of his castle until the time I was old enough to have a castle of my own. He worked a lot. But when he came home, everything stopped for him. I remember he’d swagger in like some Casanova to the Gestapo. I say Casanova because no doubt, he was a sexy bastard. Women loved him. And he loved them back. But he had the grace of a Nazi. He’d spout off demands to his wife once he was in the door. Get me my tea. Get me a beer. Where’s my dinner?


Q: Did his demeanor with the family or you personally ever veer towards the violent or uncontrolled?


A: Oh no. Not at all. He was as cool as can be. It was more just matter-of-fact to him. It was like, you’re my wife. You’re the woman. I’m the man. Make the tea. There wasn’t anything to yell about. He wasn’t asking her for a favor. He wasn’t shouting commands. He was asking her to do her job. This was my biggest childhood influence.


Q: More about your influences: Any from the Mainstream or Fringe Porno “Scenes”?


A: (Thinks for a second) Paul Morris was really the only influential component out of gay culture. I found a rack of his movies once at a porno shop. This was long before I’d ever had any experiences that involved the same sex. I was completely ignorant about gay sex. I think I was like 22 or 24 or something. I remember feeling really uneasy but also, strangely connected with the “tops” in the movies. Like, later when I watched the videos…I was rooting for the dominant tops who were using the queers. To me, there was little difference between those guys and the guys in the straight pornos of that nature that I had seen. Jon Dough, Vince Voyeur, those guys. Standing there, reading the backs of his (Paul’s) videos. The pictures and descriptions. I thought, my god, these fag**ts know no limits.This, to me, was the way it was. From then on, he would define gay sex for me.


Q: Do you have any expectations for HustlaballLV?


A: (Laughs.) I have no f**king idea.

Q: How will you maintain authority in that setting? With your peers? Some more seasoned than you?


A: Ahh…and that’s just it. The key to success in this industry, in any industry, in most of life, even…is knowing your place. It brings me back to asserting force. It brings me back to setting the platform. If I walked around acting like a bada** all the time, not only would it make me annoying, but it would also imply that maybe I wasn’t really a bada** at all. A man who is secure in his authority and his masculinity and secure in himself overall, doesn’t feel upstaged by the guy next to him. He doesn’t consider him a competitor. He observes. He acts accordingly. His response is appropriate to the setting into which he’s placed himself. I plan to have a good time. Meet some of the fans who absolutely just f**king love me. Have some drinks and go home.


Q: I’ve read your Twitter. Your followers have a very strong devotion to you. At times,  it almost seems unnaturally strong. Ready to jump in front of bullets to save you from one.  What do you think about that?


A: I think they’ve been trained well. I wouldn’t change a thing.

Miles encourages all his fans to check him out on Rentboy. (we can’t provide the link but you know where it is…)

The anticipation was the real aphrodisiac. It had been a year. A year where it felt the whole of the nations across the globe were suffering through an audit; a real shedding of fake value, like fur off a rabbit who makes it to spring. My thoughts were turbulent and my nerves shot, the twenty-four hours prior to hearing my iPhone emit the Basinski loop I’d made into an alarm years ago and have used ever since. Finally, serenity. Garnished with sweet anticipation. I needed to pick up Lowes.

In the year a bunch of footage became a website, a lot went topsy-turvy. No sooner than Miles and I had emerged as shell-shocked masters of our roles as porno-documentarians were we  shanghai’d into the antipodal worlds of digital editing, e-commerce and webmastery. This detour, as it turned out, was the only way not to get fucked over on a minute-to-minute basis by the twin malevolent forces of incompetence and fraud, otherwise known as our contracted crew.  To say this forced expansion of our skillset watered down our prime endeavors would be a downplay of the truth. We just wanted to be pornographers. The day Miles fired our second editor, (the first of whom came with a degree in Filmmaking and resigned the day of our first official shoot) was the day our headaches started and didn’t once recede until we launched the site. That’s a lie. They still haven’t receded.. At least not by much. Times you could find us walking around in an adobe creative cloud of our own, sans the constant crashing, of course.

Suffice to say, the hiccups and speed bumps went beyond the pale that year and were likely better left unmentioned, at least to Lowes who, I was certain, would arrive fully-equipped with his own volume of tales to tell, born from a year spent holding down the fort on his own budding and morphing career in Las Vegas, the highlights from which had to be more interesting to him than a replay of our obstacle course to becoming part of “the business”. This would fill the void left for small talk on the ride home. Besides, show me one good model whose favorite pastime isn’t talking about themselves. I veered my car onto the airport off-ramp and my thoughts to the task at hand. James Lowes. After a year on his own. How would he look? Would I recognize him right away? Oh God, nothing is worse than being caught cruising at the airport. Did Miles remember to mention I drive a different car now? Would I have to pay to park? But all of these trifles melted away as I pulled into the passenger pick-up lane.  

I did my share of chauffeuring Lowes around out in Vegas – for all intents and purposes. At least until the details of those intents and purposes came into focus, like models in a PNP porn who method-act in their off time “to get a real feel for the part.”  Like the things we saw and recorded through lenses that we burned onto DV tapes and emblazoned into our memories through connected wires until time came along and distorted true events with dropped frames and icy silences. Putting it plainly, if we weren’t shooting Lowes, he was probably getting shot at. If he wasn’t getting shot at…er…nevermind. But it is noteworthy for any fan of the good Officer, something they may even appreciate, that James Lowes didn’t just play a bad boy on TV – he played one in real-life, as well. And goddamn us all if he’d ever once let go an opportunity to prove it. Like the time I picked him up at Palace Station…

He called me, frantic. Some strung-out bitch. Just had to have him in the room where OJ finally got popped. Him and six klonopin. And a healthy helping from a freezer bag of blow. “Fish scales that would make a spawning trout jealous!” Both had their way with her – and for far too long. Long enough to banish any trace of cognitive thought from her head. It would only be a matter of time before the she swallowed her tongue. And check-out was a half an hour ago. Naturally, I told him I would be right there.

I arrived, as it turned out, just as Lowes was departing prematurely. And to a premature departure, no less. I knew that face. When bad boy turns sad boy. I turned him around by the shoulders, “two dead bodies weren’t better than one so pull it fucking together” and ushered him back to the room. Had him turn the shower on while I got her ready. Not too cold, I told him.

Two minutes later, the heaving of her chest; the opening of her eyes. In the background I heard Lowes start to breathe again, too. Then, a knock at the door. Housekeeping. Ready and there to prep the room for the next near-burnout. The next close call. The next starfucker in distress. Ours was just waking; not quite ready for checkout. Could we have until one? “No comprendo”– but twenty bucks on a cleaning cart in a town driven by hospitality can decide the difference between a Weekend At Bernie’s ending and Rush. They gave us another hour – we used half. We got her out alive, makeup intact, not one blond hair out of place. And Lowes was barely there. As we stepped outside and into the valet line, sleeping beauty finally muttered her very first words: “I feel like it’s tomorrow already.” I assured her it already was. I wouldn’t have wanted her to get freaked out.

When he appeared at the arrival curb, the relief was palpable. It was like no time had passed at all. Like getting off. Or getting off just to get it off the table. Like twenty dollar seats at Jagged Little Pill. The musical. The deal was done and it looked like a million bucks. All smiles. Mission accomplished. Battleship sunk.

Lowes had never been to Louisville. We talked food, bourbon, his girls, my boys. Work talk creeped in, but when your business is sexy, water cooler talk gets hot. Anyone who works on a porn set can attest. I listened, processed and filed away any juicy details for a future shoot. Then, in the looming shadow of the Galt House, smack-dab in the middle of Bourbon Country, two-thousand miles from Paradise, Nevada, he asks me, “still smokin’ the same stogs?” I handed him my pack.  

Some things never change.


Austin Silver

Louisville, KY 2018

New Year’s in Vegas is a special time. The natives are all tucked awake in bed. Most tourists are still bleary-eyed from “Cowboy Christmas” festivities. Hell, Ronnie Spector couldn’t even make it to her own goddamn holiday spectacular. The gambling and the drinking take on spiritual, almost sacred, purposes. Yes, there’s a sense of a real obligation to the finer arts of getting properly and constantly fucked up. PNP and cloud emojis become ubiquitous on the popular hook-up apps and overwhelm the synapses. It was 2016 and there we were, amidst the lazy lollipop mobocracy, testing our odds and negotiating the societal grain. When in Rome, do as the Romans. When in Vegas – well, I go Vegan. No meat? Sure. I’ll raise you no solid foods at all. Taste some meat? Absolutely. But I’m only ingesting milk and clouds.

So it was with lifted spirits and a spring in my step that I found myself setting up and blocking a shot for what would eventually become the debut feature for Previtus Media, only feeling slightly silly.

The shot, like the concept, seemed simple: Dominant straight man uses a cock-obsessed sub. I figured a shot of a dicksucker kneeling in front of an alpha would be a piece of cake. Miles agreed and we blocked the shot. Or tried to, anyway. Even before he called “action” he was unhappy with our then embryonic fake meth, so! back to the drawing board I went to “tweak” the recipe and compare Previtus PNP clouds to the genuine article in front of the camera and on film.

You can imagine the trial and errors; the relentless questioning. How do they look in this light? How do they look at this shutter speed? Are we sure we couldn’t get it more real? Look, the real shit isn’t smoke – it’s a vapor! I know Miles, this is a vapor, too. But it shouldn’t LOOK like a vape pen. Does it? Lemme try comparing clouds under an incandescent light. Okay, now try this lens… Imagine a PNP version of Sigourney Weaver’s audition for Alien.

I’m not sure we ever blocked anything that night, except maybe our vape pen coils, but we hadn’t  begun production yet so, there was time. All we knew is that we wanted to master the art of PNP Porn. I mean if you’re going to coin a genre and claim it…

PNP’s screentest ended before long, cameras and lights abandoned in the on position, and we found ourselves on our cellulars and laptops, sifting through porn in search of the cream of the crop. Some kind of big finish or finale flick to wrap our blocking fail. I perved over countless vids of amateur military guys on leave some of which are still in my bookmarks. Miles, on the other hand, seemed to be jumping through pornographic hoops without a safety net. I kept one eye on his laptop monitor out of mere curiosity, all the while keeping the other on my iPhone, and before long, The Light came on.

“You’re making it.” I told him.


“What you’re looking for. You’re making it. It’s not out there. That’s why you’re making it.”

I watched him mull this over. I have to admit, I understood his fascination with the concept of PNP porn. PNP porn or the shortage thereof, rather. And, so did he. Among the homosexual community, PNP was quickly becoming as traditional as apple pie. Vegas, more than any place in the world, understood and celebrated this. Hell, the city was practically built on a fast foundation. We felt strangely at home there.

Miles spent another hour sifting through search engine results from tube sites, Bing, Google and the lot – coming up high and dry, so to speak. Then he said to me, ever the optimist, “you know, I just thought of something.”

I don’t mind telling you, I was scared.

“If I’m the one making it – PNP porn – you realize that means I’m never going to be able to enjoy it myself, don’t you?”

At Previtus nobody can hear you scream.


Austin Silver

Louisville, KY 2018