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ULTRA VIOLET: “Pain is beauty and I’m the prettiest.”

Tuesday, June 30th, 2015

Violet Chachki, “a one of a kind collectable,” is an American drag queen, burlesque dancer, aerial acrobat, model, and singer. Chachki competed on and won the seventh season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race.” It wasn’t long ago that she was using a fake I.D. to sneak in and perform in local Atlanta drag shows. Violet’s name is derived from Jennifer Tilly’s character in the super sexy film Bound, which is a must see for any fetishist. Ms. Chachki definitely has the C.U.N.T. (charisma, uniqueness, nerve, and talent) needed to command a crowd and slay the masses. With her first EP, Gagged, being released today (along with her second music video: “Vanguard), her career is at an all time high. Violet is on top of the world at the youthful age of 23. She has obviously moved onto bigger things, but has the class to never say better. Violet is wise beyond her years and is here to tell us all about it.

Let me first say that I love you and love the video for “Bettie.” I rank it near the top of drag music/drag videos I have seen in the realm of Drag Race “herstory.” It’s hella kinky. Bettie Page and yourself are both southern “queens” and your likeness cannot be denied. How has she inspired you?

Thank you! Initially I think I saw Bettie Page as a fashion and style icon. After learning more about her life, where she came from, and her retirement, I think I began to respect her more as a cultural phenomenon.  One thing I truly admire about her is that she refused to do any face-to-face interviews after her retirement; she wanted to be remembered for the way she looked when she was modeling.

I would say that though Bettie is an obvious comparison, due to your stunning video, your live performances are way more Dita Von Teese. What are your inspirations outside of performing?

Oh there’s a ton: Legendary model Dovima. DJ and Deee-lite front woman Lady Miss Kier. Tons of fashion designers like Thierry Mugler, Emilio Pucci; also Leigh Bowery, Candy Darling, Marc Almond, Pierre Molinier, John Willie.

How has your interest in fashion history, BDSM, and drag had a hand in your interest in corsets?

What always appealed to me about the fetish, drag, and fashion world was all of the different extremes. Corset training is considered a form of body modification, along with fetish footwear. I would say its one most extreme items you could decorate your body with. I think the notion that suffering for your art takes a lot of reverence and self-control is beautiful.

Have you done any waist training or are you just skinny and able to pull that down to 18 inches?

Well both. I have a super long and lean torso so it’s easy to train. But trust me I train! During filming I was sleeping in my under-bust.

Speaking of BDSM, can you please illuminate me about your past in some of the largest dungeons within the southeast?

I’ve had the privilege of working alongside a well-known dominatrix, assisting her in a fetish practice called f*rced feminization. It’s a humiliation fetish where gender roles are switched; men give up control and become submissive to a dominatrix through costume or makeup. It created a safe space for these men to come and explore their feminine side and kink without judgment.

What role will your fetish experience play in your future performances and do you think you could inspire an interest in fetishism amongst fans?

Oh, fetish plays a role in a lot of my performances.  I think every drag queen in is some way an exhibitionist.  When I’m onstage I am definitely trying to exude the confidence of a dominatrix, that notion of total control is important when giving a show. I’m actually in the process of creating a number or two paying tribute to my favorite fetish artists John Willie and Pierre Molinier.

They say there is no shame in the game. What are your thoughts on sex negativity vs. sex positivity?

 I went to catholic school for K-12, so sex was always condemned and never celebrated. However, I believe sex is the most creative thing that one can participate in. This might be cliché to say, but Madonna really said it best: “I’m not sorry, it’s human nature…Express yourself, don’t repress yourself.”

What is your take on slut shaming?

For me it all comes back to consent. Obviously, I’m against slut shaming, but if you’re being deceitful and not respecting others’ personal space (emotionally and physically), there should be some internal shame happening.

You have every reason to take pride in you short moment in the “porn spotlight.” You look great: all of you. Care to reflect on having let it all hang out?

Thank you! I was 18 at the time and really getting into the idea of sexual freedom. I think I wanted to try porn as a way of sexual exploration, self-expression, and, most significantly, exhibitionism.

Issues of gender identity are seeing more and more light every day. In your opinion, are they moving too quickly and therefore misguided or is there no such thing if they are moving forward?

Too quickly?! This has been a long time coming! I just hope this moment doesn’t fade. We need to keep fueling the fire! Even a misguided conversation can lead to something progressive as long as it’s being talked about openly and in return learning something new about one another.

You have said that you think drag is very transgressive and that you were confused as to why there was such a separation between drag and the Trans community. Being genderqueer and an activist, would you like to blur that line and try and put a big ol’ D on the ever growing LGBTQ acronym and do you think we can in fact all be one?

I think the verbiage is what separates us. Not everything is black and white. At what point does someone become trans? At what point is someone in drag? Everyone falls somewhere on the Kinsey scale. I really love the term queer because it is all inclusive and literally means “not the norm.”

Drag is becoming more mainstream every day, though ever evolving. Do you think it’s becoming harder for queens to stand out or do you think they just need to dig a little deeper?

It is becoming harder for queens to stand out, but they also need to dig a little deeper. Myself included! There are trends within the drag community that almost become the standard and it can get extremely expected and boring. Also because drag is so mainstream, everyone is a critic, which is really not conducive to creativity. I’m almost afraid to experiment with something new because of how it will be received. You find out what works for you and you get comfortable.

Have any idea what your next single will be and can we get any clues into what the video will be like?

Yes! It’s called “Vanguard!” The video actually takes cues from a real life experience I had at a McDonalds.

Lastly, in the vein of Pride month: I fear a day when the gay youth will take everything they have for granted, which I thankfully think has yet to fully happen. What would you, still being so young, like to say to the youth of tomorrow?

Well, seeing as marriage equality just passed in all 50 states, I’d like to say that this is a small step that has been long overdue. There are tons more issues we have to tackle within the queer community. Much like in other minority groups, I don’t think the fight will ever be over.

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Violet Chachki’s album Gagged is available on iTunes, and be sure to check out the videos for “Bettie” and “Vanguard” available on YouTube.

www.violetchachki.net

www.facebook.com/VioletChachkiOfficial

www.twitter.com/VioletChachki

www.youtube.com/VioletChachki

www.instagram.com/VioletChachki

Photos (2013-2015) courtesy of one of Violet’s best friends, Jon Dean of Jon Dean Photography. Originally from Columbus, GA, Jon received a BFA in Photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design. In 2013, Jon co-founded Legendary Children Atlanta, an artist collective celebrating drag and queer art in the southeast. He currently serves as Editor-in-Chief of Wussy Mag, an Atlanta based online magazine covering queer culture in the southeast.

www.jondeanphoto.com

www.wussymag.com

 

 

An Unusual Star In An Unusual World

Wednesday, February 25th, 2015

This is an interview I have been waiting to do for quite some time, albeit not a usual one. Certain stars have the ability to span the decades, maintaining a career in an industry that sees some of the heaviest turnarounds out there. As styles and preferences change, so do the men we watch on screen. In the 70’s they were butch and hairy “Clones” by the 90’s they were huge hairless and glossy with gel. Hair goes from long to short, beards and mustaches eventually succumb to the razor, as does body hair and pubic hair. Muscle men may be all the rage, but within years the twink might reign supreme. It’s the constant evolution of tastes that will be both invented and followed by the gay porn industry.

Here at GayHotMovies.com we all know how much wonderful porn I get to see every week. I have stars that I adore, directors I respect, titles that will always be favorites, and there is one more thing I love; sets. A set can make or break a scene in my world, and there are few that have really impressed me.

So why am I writing about sets? Because there is one star who has been working in this business since at least the 1970’s and deserves a round of applause. With a career spanning close to half a century, Sophia Sitonit (pronounced Sit On It) has worked with some of the sexiest performers to ever grace the screen with a stamina like no other; so with no further adieu, I give you Sophia Sitonit.

Oh, and did I mention It’s a Sofa…

The Otter: What was your upbringing like?

Sophia Sitonit: Where should I start? I was built in 1911 in the Rococo style but, I consider myself Edwardian, although sometimes people refer to me as Victorian. I don’t relate to Victorians, although I get along with them. Most of my early life was spent in a parlour in San Francisco.

The Otter: So you’re from San Francisco?

Sophia Sitonit: Yes, all my life, with the exception of a brief stint in L.A.

The Otter: How would you describe yourself?

Sophia Sitonit: Sturdy but soft, fun yet classy, versatile.

The Otter: And how did you get into the industry?

Sophia Sitonit: That’s an interesting story. I was kicked out of home rather abruptly and never received a reason. I was homeless, deathly afraid of the rain that might soak through me there on the curb without any resources. I didn’t know anything except for what life had been like in my old home. I was humiliated, people passed and ignored me, a few thought it’d be funny to take a picture with me on Kodachrome. The sun was setting when I met my saviors. I was carried to an apartment near Duboce Triangle. This is where I learned about sex for the first time, having my first experience in an orgy. So yeah, it was the sixties, but things were getting a little out of control in the 70’s. My housemates were pretty good to me until the party started to end with the summer of love.

The Otter: That sounds like an interesting time.

Sophia Sitonit: It was, it was a learning experience too that reflects in my work. I like to think.

The Otter: So How’d it happen, your first film?

Sophia Sitonit: Oh yes. So when things started getting troubled for my housemates they need more (coughs) you know, and I got sent away. This time I found myself in the Castro. I remember the guys were pretty amateur and the man filming was using a Super 8. It wasn’t too bad; in fact I spent a lot of the time in the background as they fucked on the floor in front of me.

The Otter: But then you started working with some major studios?

Sophia Sitonit: I did, I got a job at a stage warehouse and was soon working on a regular basis.

The Otter: You’re doing a lot of work with Kink.com.

Sophia Sitonit: I love them. The Armory is a beautiful treasure of a building.

The Otter: And you’ve done both gay and straight work as well?

Sophia Sitonit: I swing both ways.

The Otter: Are there any stars that really stand out as scene partners?

Sophia Sitonit: How to choose? I loved my scene with Alex Carrington and Michael D’Amours, obviously Kitty Natividad, there’s your swinger in me, and recently those with all of the guys at Kink. Jessie Colter and Mitch Vaughn were incredible. I love a big muscular stud getting my upholstery all sweaty.

Scene from “Dirty Pool” starring Michael D’Amours & Alex Carrington

Miss Kitten Natividad

“Men On Edge – Featuring Jessie Colter”

 “Men On Edge – Featuring Mitch Vaughn”

The Otter: So you have a type?

Me? No. I love em all!

The Otter: Speaking of Jessie Colter, who you just mentioned, were you offended by getting landed on Lurid Digs?

                             

Sophia Sitonit: (Laughs) Actually getting on Lurid Digs has always been a dream of mine! I was very plased.

The Otter: Is there a dream scene you want to be part of?

Sophia Sitonit: Yes! I have always wanted to star in a sumptuous film set in the palace of Versailles. This has always been a fantasy. An orgy of delicious men on me; I want the guys in really good powdered wigs, white stockings and buckled shoes. Oh, and I want to be dressed in the finest gold brocade.

The Otter: That’s impressive. Kind of like that scene with Daniel Marvin and Pedro Andreas in “Up The Aristocracy” ?

Sophia Sitonit: Yes! A couch can dream.

The Otter: Is there a Star you look up too are admire?

Yes, my late friend Max. He was the ginger shag sunken sofa who appeared in “Banging The Boys” what a beauty, and he really knew how to party.

 Max

The Otter: Is there anything you’re afraid of on set?

Sophia Sitonit: I hate Fabreeze. Sometimes I worry a spring might go, but that’s natural for someone my age.

The Otter: To what do you owe your longevity?

Sophia Sitonit: Christ, make me feel old! Good bones! It’s true, I have to thank my stars I was blessed with my looks. I try to take care of myself, regular waxings, fluffing, vacuuming, re-coverings; that and regular Protein “facials”.

The Otter: I’ve noticed you tend to keep a similar look, you’ve never gone too crazy or trendy?

Sophia Sitonit: No, I was taught a young age to maintain a classic look. Sure, my brocade’s or damask’s may not have been de rigure in the nineties and into the millennium, but I’m still here. I’m really loving the current trends in appreciation of all forms of furnishings. Some of my friends in the 80’s who were so hot faded really fast, it’s not so today. I think we’re seeing a greater acceptance of styles than we did ten years ago. In a way it reminds me of the way we lived in 70’s, very bohemian.

The Otter: Just a few more questions. Is there anyone you really want to work with currently?

Sophia Sitonit: Oh god. Once again, how do I choose?

The Otter: Are there any exciting projects coming up in your future?

Sophia Sitonit: There are! I’m very excited, but I can’t tell you much about it. I can assure you it’s going to be HOT!

The Otter: Finally, you’ve been such an inspiration for me both stylistically and as a performer. Is there any advice you’d like to give to other performers? Something you’ve learned through your extensive career?

Sophia Sitonit: Don’t let anyone tell you you’re not good enough or good looking enough! There really is someone for everyone, or should I say everyone’s got a fan base, whether they know it or not.

Well thank you to for letting us get to know an often overlooked star of the industry, now get over to GayHotMovies.com and rub one out!

Follow me on Twitter, Tumbler, and Facebook. Till next time…

Catch ya later cum catchers!

The Otter

Jake Jaxson Takes A Splash With The Otter

Friday, October 3rd, 2014

Now this is an interview I have been wanting to do for quite some time. Jake Jaxson is a brilliant director with a great eye for beautiful men, beautiful locations and above all, beautiful stories captured on camera. I couldn’t believe Jake Jaxson (being so busy) would even respond to my request for an interview, let alone concede his valuable time to answer my silly questions; but he did!

This is not one of my typical interviews. Having a background in the visual arts I wanted to get to see what inspires Mr. Jaxson’s work, in fact having read his responses, it turns out Jake Jaxson and I share more than a few interests. Here you will get to read about the man behind CockyBoys. He’s a fascinating individual with a vision and a passion for what he does, although he’s not alone (I was so happy to read about his feelings towards ALL of the people who make his films a success). So let me stop gabbing, and lets get to know the one and only… Jake Jaxson.

Let’s have a look inside Jake Jaxson’s world…

NAME: Jake Jaxson

D.O.B: 4-17-1971

YOUR ASTRO SIGN: Aries

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The Otter: First things first… I am a HUGE fan of your work; ever since I watched “The Haunting” you have been by far my favorite filmmaker out there. Can you tell me what drew you into directing some amazingly creative productions? What is your background as an artist?

Starring: Arnaud Chagall, Ricky Roman, Jake Steel, Dillon Rossi, Dale Cooper, Max Ryder & Christian Wilde

Jake Jaxson: Thank you for saying so. That means a lot to me. My background is in film production — I studied it in college and have been producing and directing ever since. In fact, I really started my “career” in the Boy Scouts, producing and directing several large scale multimedia stage shows. From there, I produced a few PBS documentaries and TV shows about my hometown, New Orleans. I moved to Los Angeles and worked mostly as a writer/producer. I really honed my style there, developing and co-producing The Andy Dick Show and an indie-film called Showboy. I did not start directing again until 2010 once we had taken over CockyBoys.

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The Otter: Where are you originally from? How has your upbringing and adolescence experience influenced your work?

Jake Jaxson: I was born in New Orleans, but most of my childhood was in Baton Rouge. I was the last of six kids all considerably older than me — I was adopted and my mom and dad each had children from previous marriages.  We were like The Brady Bunch. I was kind of like an only child and I was pretty much left to my own devices, so I was always creating some kind of play, fort, or special event to keep me entertained and busy. To this day, all my projects start the same way as when I was a child — it seems impossible at first, it’s usually something I know NOTHING about, and it has to be fun.

The Otter: Do you have any irrational fears? (…)

Jake Jaxson: I used to have tons — heights, the subway, sickness, guilt — but then realized fear is such an evil poison. Fear allows the mind to create any and all excuses needed to prevent you from moving forward and living a life that’s worth living. So one day I literally chose to stop living in fear. And my life changed forever.

The Otter: You keep a house in the country (jealous) and have used it in several of your films. I think it’s stunning. Can you tell me a little bit about its history? Did you renovate it or was it already done over?

Jake Jaxson: Thank you for saying so — I love it here. We are still doing research because we had some very interesting ghostly activity on the property. I don’t want to call it haunting, but there is a lot of residual energy and odd things happening. What we know is that it was built in 1933 as a hunting lodge. The house was renovated, but RJ, Ben, and I added our own little brand of crazy to it. I’m lucky that they let me run wild with setting it up and hanging art. It’s always a work in progress. They are fine with me doing what I want, as long as I stay out of the kitchen.

RJ Sebastian (foreground) & Benny Morecock (background)

I must say… It does have that great “Amityville” look to it.

I’m sure you hear that all the time. I think it’s a great looking style!

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But Really… Look at this place people. It’s gorgeous.

Plenty of light.

Lovely built-ins and details.

Lot’s of interesting art and collections.

Ample bedrooms.

Open, yet cozy…

The Otter: How do you choose a Cockyboy? I’m floored by their gorgeous looks, and their ability to act. Dillon Rossi is one of my favorites, Jake Bass certainly has a following (not just as a performer, but a fashion idol too) and I’m looking forward to Max Ryder’s performance as The Lamb in “Answered Prayers” (pretty intense).

Jake Jaxson: Funny — each of those boys has a completely different story, personality, and energy. And that is what I’m always looking for.  We don’t really model scout or use agents. I find that the right boys always find us at exactly the right time. My process keeps developing based on what I want to shoot and the features we are working on. And because RJ and I do most of the shooting, we have to be very judicious with our time and energy. So we are looking for performers whose energy connects with ours and the team as a whole. What first draws me to a performer is their personality! Smiling and laughing is always a big turn on for me. Then I want to know what their goals are — do they have a plan or do they see an end game? From there, honesty and trust. For me, that is the main ingredient to a long-term working relationship. I feel if all of those attributes are on point then you will have a confident, engaged performer. And to me there is nothing sexier than a boy with confidence.

The Otter: The relationships in your films are quite complex, in fact I’ve said to many friends of mine who weren’t (and now are huge fans) acquainted with Cockyboys that these productions are on par with some of the best mainstream directors out there. Why are these complexities important to you? Some viewers just want it to go right to the sex.

Jake Steel & Dillon Rossi played quite a convincing couple in “The Haunting”.

Jake Jaxson: Thank you for acknowledging this. I love working on character-driven stories because this is what we live with every day. And most of the people in my life are beautifully complex. I am always fascinated by the little things that make people tic, all the little unnoticed actions that are unique to them, kind of like a living finger print. So when I started working with some of these boys, I was overwhelmed by so much of their reality — hopes, dreams, fears, instincts — so just shooting them “having sex” would never do them justice. I would be wasting both their time and the audience’s time (yes, I do care about what people watching my work think). So when I first start writing a project, I base all my characters around my performers incorporating their many tics and tocs! My goal is to create work that is not so easily disposable — if the work is not disposable, then the performers are not disposable either.

The Otter: Is there anything you personally must have on set? (Besides beautiful men, good luck charms, tarot card reader, ribbon candy…)

Jake Jaxson: Strawberry Pop Tarts with no icing. But that is about to change since I’m moving back to a whole food organic diet. Also my iPhone — all my script notes are on my phone and it’s what I use to set up shots. But mostly, I could not do any of this without RJ. I’ve said many times — he is my eyes. I’ve noticed more and more that he does not just want to “get the shot,” but also make it as good as it can be. GOD – there are so many times that he sees me frustrated and at the point where I may just move on, but he will make sure we don’t give up, even when it is more work or difficult for him. I love him so much for this.

RJ Sebastian

The Otter: You film here on the East Coast while so many others are based out west. I’ve noticed you utilize the four seasons of the North East to your advantage. Is this a conscious choice, do you feel that having the extremes in weather fuel your creativity?

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Jake Jaxson: I LOVE YOU. Yes! Both The Haunting and Answered Prayers are specifically made with seasons in mind. This is why they’ve each taken a full year to make. Both are about LIVING and the seasons for me are so connected to my creative feeling and output. We often make the site seasonal also. I want to always try and connect our sexual energy to our environment, so this summer was for me a blessed event after a long, bitter winter. I wanted to be awash in green and sun and dripping sweat.  And now – I am about to shoot the Final part of Answered Prayers – im waiting a few more weeks for the leaves to change!

* I agree with you on last winter… it was brutal down here in Philadelphia. Very slippery. Could NOT wait for summer!

 Starring Max Carter, Jake Bass, Ricky Roman, Diesel Washington, Levi Karter, Chris Harder, Bravo Delta & Dillon Rossi 

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Starring: Max Ryder, Jasper Robinson, Max CarterDuncan Black, & Frankie Valentine

I am looking forward to seeing Answered Prayers, the trailer is amazing!

Oh, and BTW… Dean Monroe looks great in this interior. Love the color combo!

The Otter: Favorite part of a man’s body? GO!

Jake Jaxson: The neck..just under the ear. It’s always so soft and I find that when stimulated properly, you can unlock all your partner’s senses.

The Otter: How do you think people see you? Describe yourself, and how you present yourself to the world.

Jake Jaxson: People who don’t know me… I don’t know – I’m a self-inflated pompous windbag. LOL. People who know me see me as someone who cares, is loyal, energetic, and crazy. How I see myself: that little boy still reenacting my Disney records and putting on plays with my stuffed animals.

The Otter: When you are developing a storyline, does the cast have any input or do they ever come up with ideas for improvement?

Jake Jaxson: Cast interaction is Key, since I often write the characters based on the personality of the performer. And this is especially encouraged when I’m doing a more improv based project like Road Strip and Project GoGoBoy.

The Otter: Do you have any hobbies? (Bonsai tree maintenance, collecting china dogs, wreath making, gunsmithing… )

Jake Jaxson: Right now it’s “picking” – I love looking for hidden tresures and potential props for my projects.

Some of Jake’s recent finds. Love that table…

The Otter: Fall will soon be upon us. You will… A) Spend your days hunting down flea markets and apple cider. B) Flee to warmer climates I can’t afford to visit. C) Rake crisp colorful leaves into a pile and jump in them. D) None of the above, my seasonal depression will require long sessions under the sun lamp… I cannot be bothered with Fall.

Jake Jaxson: Hopefully “A” – but, I will be shooting pretty much non stop until Christmas — I’m sorting the final installment of Answered Prayers, then something exciting for Halloween with a new exclusive I am very excited about, and after that I’m starting on my next project – a religious Musical Comedy called PORN AGAIN!

*All of that sounds so exciting!

A) Spend your days hunting down flea markets and apple cider.

The Otter: What is your favorite Disney movie and which princess do you most relate too. Have any Disney films influenced your directing? (I am a firm believer that every human being relates to at least one Disney princess.)

Jake Jaxson: I related to the Princess – I was always into the Villains – they had the best Songs.  I love me some Urlisa. But my Favorite is The Jungle Book – it’s SO good.

And, “The Jungle Book”

The Otter: If you could travel through time, what era would you like to experience for a few days?

Jake Jaxson: Ancient Egypt – I really want to know how the pyramids where made.  They make such a convincing case on “Ancient Aliens”.

The Otter: Favorite character (book, film, theater)?

Jake Jaxson: Chauncey Gardiner, Being There

The Otter: Is there a specific book, film, or stage production that has influenced your work profoundly?

Jake Jaxson: A Confederacy of Dunces by John Kennedy Toole.  Really anything by Tennessee Williams, Truman Capote, and Faulkner. Directors — Kubrick is a master. I watch his films over and over. Love Peter Greenaway. And my sugar high is always Tim Burton.

 The Otter: I’m a writer and am working on getting my first novel published. When Hollywood comes banging on the door can I turn them away and have you direct the film adaptation?

Jake Jaxson: Funny thing is — and I mean this — I would not want to work with in the “Hollywood” system now. Having done it to a small degree, it was the most stifling, cynical, and unbalanced way of working. I love being a pornographer in that I get to work in a medium that has no rules in terms of storytelling. So to that end, I’m very grateful to have built an audience that allows me to truly be an independent filmmaker.  That said, I would not turn down any opportunity to continue to help grow and find more acceptance for our work and the work our performers.

The Otter: When you are not working (but like most creative people I’m sure you always are) what do you do to just kick back and relax?

Jake Jaxson: I love to fish. Love to collect things. I’m a picker and love finding a good tag sale.

The Otter: What’s it like to work with such talented boys? They all seem to be interesting and fascinating individuals who are more than just a body, face, and dick.

Jake Jaxson: I’m so lucky. They bring so much to my work. They make me want to be better and create bigger.

The Otter: Budget; unlimited. Cast; perfection. What kind of story would you like tackle as a director? Do you have a location in mind?

Jake Jaxson: I would want full access to all the secret locations and hidden treasures in the Vatican – Building a story on all the super natural artifacts that they have stolen away and hidden forever.  I can only imagine what its like – kind of like that last shot in “Raiders of the Lost Ark” – when they are wheeling the Arc of the Covenant into this never-ending warehouse – I gasped as a kid when I first saw it and to this day I still have daydreams about what’s in there – I guess that’s my version of fantasy football.

The Otter: How do you feel about filming in the woods, would you worry about poison ivy, or snakes pretending to be sticks or sticks pretending to be snakes?

Jake Jaxson: I’ve been shooting in the woods all summer for Answered Prayers. RJ and I were getting eaten up by skitters and we have been stung by hornets many times. One day Levi Karter upset a hornet’s nest and got stung a few times on the head, (during an acting scene not a sex scene). He was a trooper though. I just put a bunch of toothpaste on him and he went back to work. Now I always go ahead and scout the area before the boys to always make sure there’s nothing lurking.

Poor Levi! I’m glad he’s ok.

The Otter: Do you have any pets?

Jake Jaxson: 4 dogs and a gecko named Samson II. Also, I consider Levi Karter’s pup Bella our god-dog. She stays with us during the summer since Levi does so many appearances during Pride.

PUPPIES!

The Otter: I’ve noticed a use of antiques and vintage items in your films, are you a collector of anything in particular you would like me to keep an eye out for? Philadelphia and its surrounding areas are chock full of treasures to be had for a song.

Jake Jaxson: Yes. I’m a collector, picker, and borderline hoarder. I have been since I was a little kid. I love collecting groups of similar items — fountain pens, boxes, pottery, clocks, knives, shells, and sticks. My main obsession is art. In fact, I like to say  when you buy a membership to CockyBoys, you are supporting the arts! We are like PBS and Public radio, but with cocks and ass. Funny thing is that I’ve had people email me asking if I would sell certain items in our films. It got me thinking and I’m planning on having some kind of CockyBoys “tag sale” or auction later this year, selling many of the props from our films and donating the profits to the charities our team want to support.

* I know the feeling of borderline hoarder… My collections are a bit out of control.

*Ok… I might have a problem with the gilded objects. Just a teensie one.

The Otter: Do you believe in ghosts? Do you have a personal experience you would like to share?

Jake Jaxson: Yes! Gee, there are so many. The most recent experience was at our current home — closed doors are always clicking open. One night, I woke up to what sounded like a poker party.  At first I did not think anything of it because several of the boys were staying there. I finally got up and went to the kitchen and… nothing. I felt like I was chasing the noises — I went upstairs to see if the boys were up or watching TV. But everyone was asleep and all the TVs were off. I even went outside and there was dead silence — our house is surrounded by 30 acres of woods. I finally crawled back to bed. Minutes later, I could hear people muttering and glasses clanking but I could not make out a single word. I feel like it was some kind of residual energy from years’ past — a fun time, not dark. So I just put on an NPR podcast — Fresh Air with Terry Gross — and went back to bed.

The Otter: You’ve been invited to a garden party, what do you bring as a hostess/host gift? (You better take a hostess/host gift, it’s just polite manners!) What would you wear?

Jake Jaxson: Being from New Orleans, we were always big on host gifts. Always bring something personal that the host will remember you for, but make sure it’s not too expensive. I usually like to give a little found item or something cool and useless that’s fun to leave out. Asking me fashion advice is probably not a good idea — I usually always wear the same thing: jeans and a black shirt.

The Otter: Is there a classic film out there you would like to put your own erotic spin to?

Jake Jaxson: Film: I would love to explore further the homosexual undertones and tendencies in Rebel Without a Cause as well as Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.   Book: The Picture of Dorian Grey.

The Otter: Most importantly, will you give me a job on your creative team?

Jake Jaxson: Considering how thoughtful, creative, and flattering your questions have been …. YES!

SWEET!

The Otter: Do you prefer men cut or uncut? (I conclude every interview with this question).

Jake Jaxson: Cut.

And there we have it. Can anyone guess which CockyBoy this is? I know I can!

Once again, thank you very, very much Jake Jaxson for taking time out of your hectic schedule for me. I’m looking forward to so much more from CockyBoys in the future and will continue to be a devoted fan. Readers make sure to visit the wonderful selection of titles from this great studio and director on GayHotMovies.com! You will not be disappointed.

And be sure to follow all of these awesome guys on Twitter…

Simply click on  Jake, Rj, Ben and these CockyBoys to follow! (Links to their Twitter pages) Arnaud Chagall, Christian Wilde, Dale Cooper, Dean MonroeDillon Rossi, Duncan Black, Frankie Valentine, Jake Bass, Jake SteelLevi Karter, Max Carter, Max Ryder as well as me!  @Otter_Holt

-The Otter

Ethan Slade Answers The Otters Inquiries

Wednesday, September 10th, 2014

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Well, well, well… It appears we may have met before Mr. Slade. While I was taking a gander at your Twitter I came across this little gem; the GayHotMovies.com booth at the Folsom Street Fair in 2013.

Ethan Slade’s debut on GayHotMovies.com is in the Man Royale title “He’s Tempted By Cock” and after seeing this tempting young mans performance topping James Ryder I knew I had to get an interview. He’s a sweet looking thing, with a deliciously smooth body (sometimes with a dusting of fur) who can really take a dick (this I discovered while searching for images). Of course I was getting getting off on the fantasy of sliding my own meat in and out of Ethan’s slicked up hole, imagining the sensation… Ok, I’m getting horny again. Let’s get to know this guy a little bit better…

NAME: Ethan Slade

YOUR AGE: 24

YOUR HEIGHT: 5’8’’

YOUR PENIS SIZE: 8’’

TOP, BOTTOM OR VERS: Vers

YOUR D.O.B: August 25th, 1989

SWEET OR SAVORY: Im not exactly sure what this refers to, but Sweet and Savory usually go together so I’d say both.

YOUR ASTRO SIGN: Virgo

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*We’re both Virgo’s! Happy belated birthday mister, love the picture above!

The Otter:  What was your adolescent experience like?

Ethan Slade: It was good. I had plenty friends, a great family, I did well in school. I was quiet and well behaved when I needed to be and loud and wild when the occasion called for it.

The Otter: Do you have any irrational fears? (Zippers while going commando, rabbits, touching any surface while on public transportation, pomegranate stains…)

Ethan Slade: No, not really. It’s not a fear, but I don’t like people touching my face…  

The Otter: How often do you shower, what soap do you use?

Ethan Slade: I shower as frequently as I feel the need to. I cannot get into bed at night without taking a shower first. I shower everyday. Before bed, after the gym, and sometimes in the morning if i sweat or I don’t sleep well during the night.

*I cant sleep at night… My house is haunted.

*Sleep tight tonight Ethan…

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The Otter: Are you a lefty or a righty when you masturbate?

Ethan Slade: Righty usually, but I switch it up sometimes.

The Otter: How do you prefer your men, clean shaven or scruffy? (Face; Body; Balls)

Ethan Slade: I used to ONLY like shaved smooth guys, but I kinda like a little scruff. I don’t like a wild, tangled, hairy mess. As long as your clean and its not out of control it’s all good.

The Otter: Do you consider yourself a good kisser?

Ethan Slade: I like to think I am a good kisser. I quite enjoy it, and my bf seems to love it, so I guess Im pretty good at it.

The Otter: Do you prefer spit or lube when masturbating or having sex?

Ethan Slade: Either one, whichever is more accessible at the moment. I prefer lube if I’m bottoming, but spit works too.

The Otter: What were you doing on the 29th of April, 2011?

Ethan Slade: The Royal Wedding. I was sipping tea in the back row watching Prince William marry that Kate chick. No, seriously, I remember I was at work that day, not sure much else.

*Kate’s dress was great.

*Butt (haha) Pippa’s rump totally stole the show. 

The Otter: Favorite part of a man’s body? GO!

Ethan Slade: I like a nice full round muscular chest.

*Like Pete Kuzak’s epic pectorals? Yes please.

*Or Doug Perry’s… Yummy.

The Otter: When did you become interested in working in the industry? How did you get started in the adult industry?

Ethan Slade: A few years ago I started thinking about trying porn. I had been approached a few times while togo dancing at clubs. I figured I’d give it a shot, and after some uninformed dabbling, I applied and got accepted to Fabscout Models then went from there.

The Otter: How do you think people see you? Describe yourself, and how you present yourself to the world.

Ethan Slade: I describe myself as passionate, artistic, funny. I think people see me as moody, creative, and quick witted.

The Otter: Are you crushing on anyone currently?

Ethan Slade: Just my boyfriend.

*By boyfriend he means Ryan Rose.

Recognize him?

Now?

No?

Let me refresh your memory…

The Otter: Do you have any hobbies? (Paranormal investigation, paint by numbers, collecting fool’s gold, knitting, turning the lights on and off in rapid succession exactly 36 times, times three, room by room… )

Ethan Slade: I like to cook, draw, write, make music, make clothes, watch movies.

*We have a lot in common except the music thing…

Drawing is fun!

The written word…

I made the above dress for Vera Khose (pronounced like the veins) all hand stitched, lace was too delicate.

MOVIES!

*Ok, I need to see this version of “Great Expectations” it looks amazing!

The Otter: Summer is upon us. You will… A) Spend your days down by the river, soaking up the sun and skinny dipping with your buddies. B) Lounge on some white sand beach somewhere that I know I can’t afford to visit. C) Sit out on the porch rocking away cause it’s too darn hot to do anything… grab your church fan gurl. D) None of the above, I will stay indoors with the unhealthy air conditioning as my only true friend.

Ethan Slade: All of that sounds like what Ive been doing all summer, but mostly (A). I go to the beach and out on the river a lot. Tanning, swimming, and relaxing.

*Photo by Rick Day

The Otter: What is your favorite Disney movie and which princess do you most relate too?

Ethan Slade: Aladdin has always been my favorite male Disney character. Beauty & The Beast has always been my favorite Disney movie, The Little Mermaid in a close second. I don’t relate to any of the Disney princesses. They’re all rather stupid, for lack of a better word. Always getting tricked, abducted, poisoned, dicktamized, and waiting around their whole lives for a man to come along. Then the first hot guy that does show up they automatically fall head over heels then drastically change who they are or make some other foolish decision in order to be with him.

*credit; SNL

The Otter: Who was the first guy you were sexually attracted to? Did you do anything about it? Did you hook up with him?

Ethan Slade: The first guy I was sexually attracted to that I actually knew was this guy in my class. We had been in the same school for a few years and we had just recently become good friends. We kissed once.

The Otter: Favorite character (book, film, theater)?

Ethan Slade: Alice, played my Mila Jovovich in the Resident Evil films.

The Otter: What was your first job?

Ethan Slade: Cashier at a local grocery store.

The Otter: Which Golden Girl do you most relate to?

Ethan Slade: I never actually watched Golden Girls enough, but I’d say Betty White just cuz she’s funny.

The Otter: How often would you say you’ve eaten or tasted your own cum?

Ethan Slade: Cum in my mouth is a biiiiig no-no, lol. Its just not something I like. I have tasted my own once or twice just out of curiosity.

The Otter: Describe the ideal man, what would the man representing your sexual ideal look and be like? (go ahead and get descriptive!)

Ethan Slade: He would be tall, tan, exotic looking, beautiful skin, teeth, muscular, beautiful eyes. He would be wearing this deliciously smelling unknown cologne, he would be very intriguing and mysterious yet be an open book and just as focused on satisfying me as himself.

The Otter: Have I ever told you about the time I looked into the heart of an artichoke?

Ethan Slade: No you haven’t. Have I ever told you about the time I was working at a whore house in Paris and met a penniless writer and fell in love with him? The whore house was going under so I was forced to seduce a wealthy newcomer and leave my lover behind. Our love was too strong though, everyone knew we were sneaking around. Shit got ugly and I had Tuberculosis, so I didn’t give a fuck. I won’t spoil the ending for you, but it didn’t end well for me… See! Told ya I was funny! That is, if you caught the Moulin Rouge reference.. Its not funny if you have to explain it so I hope you caught it, lol!

*I did Satine, I did… LOL

*Photo 20th Century Fox

The Otter: What is your favorite area of your body to work out on at the gym?

Ethan Slade: Legs! Everyone skips or hates leg day, I love it.

The Otter: Do you want to know what’s going through my mind right now?

Ethan Slade: I already know, Im from Louisiana remember, I’m like Sookie from True Blood, I can read your mind.

The Otter: Is there a favorite recipe you would like to share? Something you’ve made your specialty?

Ethan Slade: I love cooking when i share recipes I always leave one or two things out, thats how I keep mine special and one of a kind. But everyone loves my corn bread, heres a tip. use half corn meal and half yellow cake mix for a soft fluffy cornbread.

*YUM

The Otter: Have you ever used a rotary phone?

Ethan Slade: Yes I have. My parents had one when I was a kid, and I like older model stuff like that.

The Otter: You’ve been invited to a garden party, what do you bring as a hostess/host gift? (You better take a hostess/host gift, it’s just polite manners!) What would you wear?

Ethan Slade: Depending on the occasion I would probably make them something artistic or cook them something, a dessert maybe. Strawberry cinnamon cheesecake? I would wear something casual yet stylish and comfortable.

*Credit; FX

The Otter: Would you like to be bound, shaved and fucked by a group of horny swimmers in a shower room?

Ethan Slade: I would not, lol. I’m not keen on being tied up, I can shave myself, and if all the swimmers were tested, clean, and using protection, then that would be a hot scenario.

The Otter: Would you like for me to have my clothes off, or do you want to tear them off of me?

Ethan Slade: Take it off yourself, its faster and easier, no awkward moments when the zipper gets stuck or the button won’t undo.

Ok then.

The Otter: Do you prefer men cut or uncut?

Ethan Slade: I don’t exactly prefer either. As long as its clean and not ugly, I have a strong dislike for ugly penises…

*BOTH! As long as they’re pretty!

There you have it, a fantastic interview with Ethan Slade. Make sure to follow he and I on Twitter @EthanSladeXXX and  @Otter_Holt as well as me on Facebook for more great images, reviews and interviews from GayHotMovies.com!

Thanks for being a sport Ethan!

Let’s take another look at this guy, shall we? Lets.

 

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