There’s porn of every kind out there on the Web, but for FtM guys and their admirers it’s pretty slim pickings. Hurray then for Pink & White Productions, which has put out some hot porn featuring FtM performers. I just watched two of the episodes, both of them with FtM/cisgender couplings, and liked them both a lot.
One thing I really enjoyed about both videos was the introductions where the performers talk about their feelings for each other and describe their sexual experiences. The dialog is cute and sexy….
James Darling (FtM): I really really enjoy fucking you in the ass…when you start to come you sound like a little puppy.
Quinn Valentine (cisgender) : I really love going down on you. I could get lost in your junk for days!
My favorite of the two films features Ethan Day, an adorable hairy-chested cis boy who is a sub to Steelhead Chen, an FtM top. After being tied up and flogged by Chen, Ethan goes down on him and then jerks off while Chen fucks him with a strap-on. Really hot scene. 
The two films are fairly short, running between 13 and 18 minutes, and cost $4.99 for a 2-day subscription. They are produced by Heavenly Spire, which is Pink & White’s label featuring male bodies, both cisgender and FtM. 
You can find the videos here: http://www.pinklabel.tv/on-demand/?studio=heavenly-spire

One of the coolest places in San Francisco, and one that few tourists ever see, is Clarion Alley. This little thoroughfare runs between Valencia and Mission Streets, and features an ever-changing display of amazing street art. This is some of what was on display today.

One of the coolest places in San Francisco, and one that few tourists ever see, is Clarion Alley. This little thoroughfare runs between Valencia and Mission Streets, and features an ever-changing display of amazing street art. This is some of what was on display today.

Kate Winslet in ‘The Reader.’

Kate Winslet in ‘The Reader.’

Kate Winslet and David Kross in ‘The Reader,’ 2008.

An aerial photo of San Francisco just five weeks after the great earthquake and fire of 1906. The Ferry Building is in the foreground.

An aerial photo of San Francisco just five weeks after the great earthquake and fire of 1906. The Ferry Building is in the foreground.

1899.

1899.