PinkLabel.tv Features “Come Find Me” by Trouble Films and Bike Smut!


Courtney Trouble's TROUBLE FILMS
SAN FRANCISCO, CA (July 14th) — PinkLabel.tv adds bike smut sensation Come Find Me to TROUBLE FILMS studio. Come Find Me is a true collaboration: a narrative shot by Bike Smut founders and real-life couple Poppy Cox and Gasper Johnson, and a gorgeous, high definition, high art sex scene shot by Courtney Trouble, director of 14 full-length films and the recipient of 5 Feminist Porn Awards and countless AVN nominations.

Courtney Trouble and Bike Smut have created a straight porn flick that stands out from the rest. Challenging the formulaic male gaze of mainstream heterosexual pornography, Come Find Me is a fine example of independently-made, female-forward pornography. Come Find Me features spoken and visual consent patterns, a focus on female pleasure as well as male, and an altruistic approach to character development that allows you to fall in lust with the woman, and the man. It strays from the typical “porn for women” trope by offering hardcore close-ups, rough sex, and HD cinematography along-side romantic authenticity.

It’s clearly a winner for all genders, couples, solo men, solo women, bisexuals, bikesexuals, kink lovers, amateur porn aficionados, and indie porn experts!

With an adorable, romantic, and kinky storyline, Come Find Me is a Courtney Trouble first: this heterosexual porn incorporates a female point of view, kink and consent, authentic sex, and a personality-driven storyline that doesn’t end with ejaculation.

Gasper sends his girlfriend Poppy on a bike-powered scavenger hunt ending at an empty house with a gorgeous man ready to ravage her inside-out. He binds her with bike tubes, spanks her, and taunts her until she’s too wet to stand – and then with an HD cam in hand, Poppy documents an afternoon full of lustful oral sex, fingering, and finally, some deep, desperate, hard core fucking that makes both of them come hard – at last!

Watch Now: http://www.pinklabel.tv/on-demand/?scene=come-find-me

About PinkLabel
Following the mission and ethical business practices of Pink & White Productions’ founding director Shine Louise Houston, PINK LABEL is a fair-trade digital distribution outlet designed for emerging and independent adult filmmakers. Emerging filmmakers will find enthusiastic audiences and exposure, as well as ethical, fair-trade commission for their work. PINK LABEL presents curated content that showcases acclaimed feminist filmmakers who share Houston’s values.

PinkLabel features progressive porn studios including films by legendary pornographer, artist and activist Annie Sprinkle, star performers-turned star-producers Dylan Ryan, Rozen DeBowe, and Jiz Lee, queer porn dynamite Trouble Films, art porn powerhouse Carlos Batts of C Batts Fly and his muse April Flores, transmale sex education leaders T-Wood Pictures and Buck Angel, Harvard-graduate Jennifer Lyon Bell and her exquisite Blue Artichoke Films, Trans Women Porn Project director Tobi Hill-Meyer, porn for women pioneers Petra Joy and Ms Naughty, experimental sex artist Sadie Lune, German gay-queer porn crossover director Christian Slaughter, the feminist porn award-winning queer films of Shine Louise Houston and Pink & White Productions, and much, much more.

Interested filmmakers and press seeking more information can email alliance@crashpadseries.com. Follow @PinkWhite and @PinkLabelVOD on Twitter.

About Pink & White Productions
Founded by Shine Louise Houston in 2005, Pink & White Productions is known for portraying authentic queer desire and fluidity of sexuality and gender in adult cinema. The company’s featured films and projects have screened world-wide, and presented at academic institutions, most recently at Stanford University. Houston has been honored at the PorYes Feminist Porn Awards in Berlin and was noted Toronto’s Feminist Porn Awards’ Visionary, as well as Curve Magazine’s Sex Curator. Her work adds representation to queer sexualities, spanning communities of color, gender expression, sexual desire, body politices, BDSM and other marginalized experiences with strikingly beautiful cinematography, humor, and realism. Following the popular best-selling movie “The Crash Pad”, the company’s website CrashPadSeries.com portrays an illustrious San Francisco apartment where queers go to have the best sex of their lives. Houston’s newest site, HeavenlySpire.com explores masculine sexuality in her signature style. For more information about Shine Louise Houston and Pink & White Productions, visit PinkWhite.biz.

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