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Shot in January 2020 in Vegas during the AVN Convention, this adorable femme 4 femme BDSM scene was produced by the models and shot by Courtney Trouble, who then ended up licensing it for our QueerPorn.TV Showcase! Enjoy the scene these fabulous performers put on for you while they enjoy themselves and the luscious light swirling around them.

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Supporting Sex Workers is a Radical Act of Queer Pride (A Belated 2020 Pride Post)

Author’s Note: I wrote this piece in May. To be released early June.  With the BLM movement taking centerstage I believed it was the right thing to do to pull it back and sit down and shut the fuck up and listen to what Black sex workers needed and wanted.I think the information is important and still relevant, and Courtney still wanted to share this with you all, with the request that you set a reminder to donate to Black led sex worker mutual aid funds. – Bella Vendetta

Editor’s Note: This is truly an important summer, one we will remember for reviving civil rights activism and bringing to levels we’ve never experienced before, a sense of urgency and action. We are thankful, and wanted to create a little space for pride to be celebrated, in July. This was written in early May to archive a few of Bella’s personal experiences as a Western Mass queer. Pride is the annual marking of the night that gay, lesbian, and trans folks – forced into dangerous situations by police, said enough is enough. We are Proud of being Queer, We Belong Here. Bella asks us to not forget what this means. We honor those that bashed back, who protected themselves so that we could know what that looks like, those who threw stones in self-defense and taught us how to fight back. I hope you all celebrated amidst our struggles in the best ways you know how. We miss you, we love you, we have more for you soon. – Courtney Trouble, for QueerPorn.TV

Mis Little, @feelmorocksmob at the 2019 Northampton Pride Parade, where TeamClearHeels marched for queer sex worker visibility. Photo by DiMichelle

Supporting Sex Workers is a Radical Act of Queer Pride

by Bella Vendetta

It’s 2020 and the world is like a scary episode of some well known sci fi series you might be bingewatching currently.  We don’t need to get into that.

The news is literally filled with new atrocities everyday and staggering numbers we can’t begin to wrap our minds around.  We don’t need to get into that.

I won’t write a new piece about the origins of pride, there’s lots of those that exist already. Here’s a good one posted by SWOP USA.

What we do need to get into though are some thoughts and actions and realities so we don’t lose sight of where we are in time.

Most public pride parades were cancelled months ago, I didn’t see any major pushback in the queer community; We seemed to collectively understand that was the safest thing possible, even if it made some of us sad, even depressed. “Social distancing” for so many of us, where our queer identity intersects with disability, where we come from small rural towns and being alone alot and not feeling connected, has become a way of life.

When it comes to calls to action and public health, maybe the LGBTQIA+ community has more experience than cishets in general?

For some of us it isn’t the first pandemic we have lived through.  For others we’ve heard stories passed down from the elders in our community who survived and witnessed the AIDS pandemic. Which disapropiriately killed our own queer community, and particularly gay and bi men, Black people and sex workers.

We have survival skills.

As much as we want to frolic in the streets screaming with joy and solidarity, spreading glitter, kissing strangers and celebrating each other, now is not the time.

In lots of cities nationwide pride has been turned into a for-profit marketing and merchandising machine that completely loses sight of the roots of the reasons for celebration. Most Pride parades don’t organize much to give back anything to or even give a voice to, queer sex workers.

It leads to many of us feeling alienated and invisible in a time that should  celebrate and uplift us.

As a result of all that I have mostly felt pretty disconnected from Pride events, and as a antisocial person in general being in large crowds in hot sun is not usually much fun for Me.

It can never be said enough that “Pride” was started by trans sex workers of color.

DO not erase them, do not forget them.

Do not forget the reason we all come together to celebrate our diversity and freedom.

I’m not here to write another article about sex workers not being included in relief packages or stimulus bills.  Those have been done to death. We all have journalists breathing down our necks asking us for the latest in tragedy porn so they can rewrite it as a filler piece for some publication that is not offering to pay us for our time. I want to tell you a story.

Belle Vendetta helping carry the TeamClearHeels banner at Pride. Photo by DiMichelle

In My area of western MA the big Pride event is in Northampton, MA.  Noho as it is lovingly called is a college town, and is also ranked in top five and in many lists number one cities for lesbians.  It’s grown and changed over the years, been gentrified and in some ways diversified, and still remains to have a high population of queers.  College educated queers.  Older queer families that make enough money to live that that particular pricey area of western MA.  Our Pride event is held in May, weeks and weeks earlier than the rest of the country and the reason for that is so that the city can include the multitude of college students in with the festivities.

I am happy that our local Pride is not super corporate and has actual members of the queer community deciding what goes on and how things are run and doing the actual fundraising.

Our Pride is however, SUPER family friendly and G-rated.  It gets a lot of flack for it actually.  I understand organizers are simply trying to include as many people as possible.

We have a wonderful and fair amount of great queer organizations that proudly march.  And of course a whole lot of allies and schools and churches and other places like that that want us to know that they are accepting of queers and they welcome us.

I have never seen sex workers specifically march during a western MA Pride, and if I am wrong about that, I would be extremely happy!

I approached a few years ago asking if TeamClearHeels413, a collective of current and former strippers living and working in the Western MA area would be welcomed to march.  I was pretty astounded when the answer was YES!

I did not want to lose sight of the origins of the occasion.  The first year we got to march SESTA/FOSTA had JUST passed and we all marched loud and proud for sex workers rights.

We held signs calling for the repeal of SESTA, telling folks that to support lgbtq issues you must also support sex workers.  We yelled it and I mean yelled it.

We were lead by Lorelei Erisis, Miss Trans New England as well as a stand up comedian and local activist.  She has a background in theater and alot of control over her voice and was just SO LOUD, projecting her voice, leading us all in chanting SEX WORK IS REAL WORK SEX WORK IS REAL WORK.

It felt like we had brought back some power to this little small town pride celebration and it felt like anything was possible.  People from the crowd were joining in off the streets to march with us. A person with tears in their eyes took a moment to thank us for existing and being so visible.  All these little powerful experiences were happening. Lots of kids there who asked their parents what a sex worker was over dinner, lots of room for education and improvement. We weren’t just nameless faceless bodies hunched over cars open windows in a hastily put together magazine article.

We were living, breathing humans from their very own tiny community!  Confronting them!  Saying we are here!

We are queers we are part of your community.

People listened.

We even made it on the cover of the Valley Advocate.  People in our community were discussing sex workers rights.  It was a cover story…and we even talked them out of using one of those nameless, faceless sex workers leaning over into a car images and to instead include images of US actually marching. That was our first official year as Sex Workers at this Pride Parade.

The May 2018 cover of Valley Advocate, covering TeamClearHeels 413s first ever presence at the Northampton Pride Parade. They marched again the next year, with increased presence and support for sex workers at official Northampton Pride marches. Valley Advocate cover shot by Brandon Stack

The next year we marched Lorelei led us again because it felt wrong to do it without her and how could anyone even begin to match the sheer force that is Lorelei Erisis.

SESTA/FOSTA still ruining the lives of sex workers everywhere we still screamed for the repeal of this horrible law.  We called for the dismantling of the whorearchy, for the separation of sex work from sex trafficking, and for rights not rescue. We had an afterparty at the stripclub where fat femmes naked bodies were celebrated and folks of all persuasions threw money in support.

We looked damn good doing it. Everything seemed aligned.

I was so excited to do it all over again this year.  We had pre pre pre planned and even had dates and rain dates for times to get together to make signs to hold and decide on chants this year.  Already printed our flyers talking about who we are and what we need and ways folks can support their local sex workers.

Then covid hit.

 It became really clear that we wouldn’t be gathering and handing anything out to anyone. There was a mad rush to re-organize our funds and time and efforts.  All of the sudden all strippers were out of work and in need in so many ways. We blew through our budget for the year in the first month just feeding families and then fundraised for more and blew through that feeding more people and organizing free masks.

So here’s what you CAN do to honor pride this year.

To honor the tradition of this celebration and why we all gather together.Support some local sex workers. Support local trans sex workers. Support local trans sex workers of color. Support street based sex workers. Support strippers. Support cam performers, OnlyFans models, porn performers, and queers in the sex industry trying to get by. Their jobs are not safe.  Our jobs weren’t safe before and we are even more unsafe now.

Redistribute funds. Donate. Support mutual aid reliefs. Subscribe to your favorite performers sites and tip heavily. Buy cam shows order custom clips. Send send send  to SWOP and localized relief funds for sex workers.

Donate to bail funds, to safe housing projects for survivors of domestic abuse.  Support peer counseling for sex workers.

Support, signal boost, retweet, repost, follow, like and GIVE MONEY to Black led sex worker organizations.  There are specific organizations that are led by trans woman of color and they need funds!

BUY PORN. And if you don’t have a lot of money or you are a fellow broke queer sex worker then signal boost.   Offer your time free of charge to sex workers.  Take inventory of the skills you have to offer. Editing? Writing? Car repair? Offer your skilled labor to sex workers free of charge without expecting anything in return.

Let your fanbase know what is important to you and that we need to be HUMAN right now.

We need to include sex workers in pride this year and every year.

It has been beautiful to Me to watch the queer community rally for Black Lives Matter movement and march in solidarity during Pride month. The NYC Pride Parade turned into a Black Trans Lives Matter protest and THAT is the energy we need to keep going forward. Yes, we have PRIDE in our sexuality, pride in our orientation, pride in our community, and most of all pride that we can come together for movements that really matter

Here are some really wonderful organizations you can donate to not just for Pride, but every day, every week every month. Make supporting and uplifting Black led sex worker organizations part of your daily norm. Work it into your finances.

Mutual Aid Fund for Sex Workers of Color



BIPOC Adult Industry Collective supports Black queer and trans porn workers and adult industry perfumers as part of it’s core mission to improve .

“Black & Pink is an open family of LGBTQ prisoners and “free world” allies who support each other. Our work toward the abolition of the prison industrial complex is rooted in the experience of currently and formerly incarcerated people.”

Point Source Youth is particularly committed to supporting sex workers because of our commitment to supporting the most marginalized members of the LGBTQ and queer communities, including youth of color and youth who aren’t stably housed — all of whom participate at a higher rate as sex workers, often for survival.”


SWOP USA

~Bella Vendetta

Bella Vendetta has been making queerporn for 18 years in rural Western MA.

“How to Use a Dental Dam” by Nova Sky and Courtney Trouble

This 6 minute video documents Trouble going down on Nova while using a dental dam! 

As TROUBLEfilms welcomed Nova Sky into our home for some creative content trade, the conversation of safer sex came up as part of our normal pre-porn negotiations. We were both tested and wanted to do a bareback lesbian scene with clean toys, but Nova said she also wanted to try something important to her: showing safer sex techniques in a free editorial. Well, you know me… I’ve always thought it was cool to normalize safer sex in th the queer community – we don’t get nearly enough attention or information – so I said yes, enthusiastically.

Happy to present this free film, “How to Use a Dental Dam” by Nova Sky. Please follow the link to her ManyVids to stream or download this adorable high-chemistry informational.

If you’re wondering, “where can I get dental dams online?” look no further than Stockroom.

Watch for Nova’s debut in Sinn Sage’s new 2020 film release!


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Queer Porn TV Heads to Amsterdam and Berlin for two screenings this month!

OCTOBER 2019 in AMSTERDAM and BERLIN

Amsterdam: https://www.facebook.com/events/757915427976480/

Amsterdam, October 16th,
WTF Wednesdays, VRANKRIJK
SPUISTRAAT 216
1012 VT AMSTERDAM

Berlin: https://www.facebook.com/events/2591575184403179/

Berlin, October 21st 7PM-4AM
BERLIN QUEER ART PORN PARTY
Altes Finanzamt
Doors Open from 7 performances by 7:30

Chelsea Poe and Courtney Trouble are about to bring TROUBLEfilms’ new queer porn art film XØXØX on tour to Europe!

XØXØX is described by Poe as “a new kind of queer porn film, filled with art and truly explicit pornography.” Incorporating trippy visuals from various places including Berlin, Las Vegas, and the smoky Oakland skies of November 2018. TROUBLEfilms is proud to distribute this queer porn film by Chelsea Poe that incorporates lush layers, creative lighting, and abstract color stories over hot queer hook ups. Trippy location-based visuals set the scene for each strap on thrust, each kiss, and finger-and-Hitachi-fueled orgasm. 

XØXØX: A queer porn; an explicite art creation made by Chelsea Poe with Aussie pop artist KT Spit. The opening scene features Courtney Trouble and Xoe Nova hooking up while overlays of the Las Vegas strip pulses to the electronic dance music over moans and hitachi buzz. Manon Praline and Mahx Capacity get into a scene of loving bdsm impact play. Shot in Berlin and San Francisco in the Castro, the overlays play into the action but never detract from the gonzo-style handheld explicit sex footage. Chelsea Poe and Jane Way hook up in a posh hotel. Chelsea Poe tops Jane with her strap on until Jane is literally choking on their own cock.

The hardcore scenes of Courtney Trouble and Xoe Nova and Mahx Capacity were shot by Chelsea Poe, while Chelsea’s scene with Jane Way was shot by Courtney Trouble. Mixing wide angle gonzo-style GoPro technology with the queer porn style and bright overlays “hopefully provides an entertaining watch; more than the lovely reward of watching a porn but also of seeing cool colors and compositions,” says co-editor and visuals provider Courtney Trouble.

“Screening in towns and cities creates community around sexual expression and fosters political and personal intimacy,” says Trouble; “making connections between queer music, visual art, and queer porn through touring is how we feel like we are engaging with the Queer Arts and making space in those community for sex workers and minorities.”

In 2018, Poe and Trouble toured London, Berlin, Amsterdam, and Paris with Fucking Against Fascism, another vignette anthology by Poe that looks deeply into the queer sex the artist is able to document in her DIY process; sometimes meaning where she is able to afford to work or with other sex workers she’s able to barter with. A highlight of the ‘18 tour was “our venue in Amsterdam!,” which Trouble explains attracted a huge crowd, sold out, and inspired an ongoing screening series at Vrankrijk benefiting Trans Lifeline.

“For me,” says Poe, “its getting these films accessible to queer folks in these cities around the world.” Poe is from a town of Dutch immigrants in Michigan and identifies as a Dutch American pornographer on Twitter, where she’s also been quoted as “Cooler to smoke with than Miley Cyrus,” according to fellow indie artist Laura Jane Grace of Against Me! 

Read Chelsea Poe’s recent interview in PAPER Magazine.

Poe takes her work “to places where queers usually consume Art” she says because she feels rewarded by the crowds. “I feel really lucky to have found a way with that connects with queer folks around the world. Screenings have been one of the most rewarding experiences of my career.”

Press Inquiries/Review Requests please contact laceylust666 at gmail.com (Chelsea Poe) or courtneytrouble at gmail.com.

The film is for sale at RealQueerPorn.Com and TROUBLEilms.Com

All Event Details:


Amsterdam: https://www.facebook.com/events/757915427976480/

Berlin: https://www.facebook.com/events/2591575184403179/

Amsterdam, October 16th,
WTF Wednesdays, VRANKRIJK
SPUISTRAAT 216
1012 VT AMSTERDAM


XØXØX (45 minutes, USA)
An experimental queer porn film conceptualized by Dutch American film-maker Chelsea Poe with collaborations by TROUBLEfilms, Chelsea Poe, AORTA films/Mahx Capacity, and Xöe Nova. With a soundtrack by KT Spit and trippy visuals by Courtney Trouble. This Poe picture is meant for group viewing.

short films by Fuck The Facism Collective

plus, THE QUEER SENSUAL: a special collection of all-new short films by multi-media artist and porn-maker Courtney Trouble that explore queer sexuality and the senses, including the premieres of Blind Trust (sight) and Ken Doll Dreamin’ (touch) and “Tasting Sinn” (taste)

our opening and/or closing visuals include work by subversive queer porn artists from around the world: full list to be made post-performance. Trouble’s on-site video installation performance will have you curious to watch more.

XØXØX is described by Poe as “a new kind of queer porn film, filled with art and truly explicit pornography.” Incorporating trippy visuals from various places including Berlin, Las Vegas, and the smoky Oakland skies of November 2018. TROUBLEfilms is proud to distribute this queer porn film by Chelsea Poe that incorporates lush layers, creative lighting, and abstract color stories over hot queer hook ups. Trippy location-based visuals set the scene for each strap on thrust, each kiss, and finger-and-Hitachi-fueled orgasm. 
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Berlin, October 21st 7PM-4AM
BERLIN QUEER ART PORN PARTY
Altes Finanzamt
Doors Open from 7 performances by 7:30


An Unofficial BPFF Queer Porn Pre-Party
More details coming soon, but don’t miss it!
This event is similar to the Amsterdam event, brb!

It’s the Berlin PFF this month and all your favourite performers are in town!! Let’s usher in a week of filth and festivities with a screening, spoken word gems, fun music, drinks and a dark room 🙂

We will also have the German Premier of QueerPornTVs latest feature XOXOX

Doors Open from 7 performances by 7:30

Poems and Performance by
DiscoTitts
Franciscx Vera

Short Films
Humeda Espera
Performers Antu La Banca and Braxxy
Direction: Antu La Banca
Production: Angie Rouxel
Camera: Vika, Carla and Martina

Bounce
Andie Macario

Blow
Andie Macario

Oniria
Directed by Muluk
https://www.instagram.com/mulukfotografia/
Performers
Cherry Vecchio
https://www.instagram.com/realezabebaza/
Maria Riot
https://www.instagram.com/riot.maria.x/
Juan Ejemplo https://www.instagram.com/p.u.t.x.h.e.d.o.n.i.s.t.a/
Josecarlo Herniquez
https://www.instagram.com/josecarlo.hs/

LAS BAJAS PASIONES – Ya no hay miedo (feat. Panxo de ZOO)
Director José Pouchucq Otondo
Equipo de dirección: Javiera Valenzuela Castillo & Simón
Alejandro

Ken Doll Dreamin’
TROUBLEfilms X Sluts 4 Sluts COLLAB
Courtney Trouble/ Dion de Rossi/Leo Leander
Shot by Chelsea Poe

XOXOX (German Premiere)
Experimental Queer Porn Film by Chelsea Poe
Courtney Trouble/Xoe Trope/Chelsea Poe/Mahx Capacity/Praline Manon/Jane Way

More details to come as we get them babies!

Meet you all in the dark room! Paragraph

TICKETS
8 euros recommended donation – pay more if you can!
no one turned away for lack of funds

Sinn Sage’s 4th film with TROUBLEfilms, “Always Room For One More,” is Officially Out!

Buy Always Room For One More

PRESS RELEASE, California
Inquires: Courtney Trouble, info [at] troublefilms.com

It is official, we have another gorgeous Sinn Sage release on our hands. Film-making couple Sinn Sage and Drake Man O War have crafted a film about one of our favorite TROUBLEfilms topics: Group Sex!

Sinn and Drake perform together with recent award-winner Karla Lane and current APAC Chair Riley Reyes (seen in cover). Sinn and Kellie Shaw take on Drake in a POV blowjob, and the forth scene is a queer porn classic just waiting to happen: Sinn Sage is fucking Goddess Kyaa in a femmey pink princess bedroom when her submissive girlfriend River Enza walks in. “Instead of getting mad, River gets laid – and it’s one of the finest trans lesbian submissives scenes I’ve ever seen. River deserves everything for this moment,” says distributor Courtney Trouble of TROUBLEfilms. “You may have noticed this film features a vast array of sexuality, which only furthers our revelations that threesomes are the queerest, and coolest, hook ups of all time. Sinn nails this style every single time!”

The film is availible exclusively through sinn-sage.com and troublefilms.com/shop. It was released on Sept. 23rd 2019 and if eligible for the awards season – TROUBLEfilms is rooting hard for Sinn Sage to be nominated for her incredible work in 2019 as a director and performer. Please consider us in your final round of pre-nominations this week.

“There’s just something really special about the number 3 . . . and when it comes to sexual exploration, it’s my favorite number! Join in to watch as my partner in crime Drake and I capture some steaming hot, utterly exciting threesome scenarios with some of the sexiest queer porn stars in the biz!” – Sinn Sage

When Sinn Sage and Drake Man O War are involved, there’s one thing you have to know: Theres ALWAYS room for one more.

Format: Download
Length: 120 minutes
Starring: Sinn Sage, Drake Man O War, Karla Lane, River Enza, Riley Reyes, Goddess Kyaa, and Kellie Shaw