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8/17/2017Studio Men gets backlash for using Didgeridoo in porn scene
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Studio Men gets backlash for using Didgeridoo in porn scene

Thursday - 8/17/2017 Author: Big D
Aspen and Jack Hunter appear in a Men online clip featuring a Didgeridoo that has caused outrage over its use.
Photo Courtesy of: Men

Aspen and Jack Hunter appear in a Men online clip featuring a Didgeridoo that has caused outrage over its use.

Gay porn studio Men is facing fury from Australians after releasing a film featuring men having sex with a didgeridoo. Didgeridoos are large wind instruments developed by Indigenous Australians in northern Australia, and holds a special status at ceremonial gatherings for some native groups.

The clip was released online featuring adult film stars Aspen and Jack Hunter. In the video, a sleeping guy is woken up by his friend loudly playing the instrument. After being woken, the man gets his revenge – by trying to penetrate his friend with a 5-foot didgeridoo. The scene has attracted fury online, after clips spread on Tumblr and Twitter.

The studio’s description for the film explains: “Didgeridoos create a one-of-a-kind sound, and can reach deep into one’s ass.” But Australia’s Star Observer reports that the clip was branded “incredibly disrespectful to the Australian Aboriginal communities”. An Australian-themed bar in the US also came under fire this week for selling alcohol shots out of a didgeridoo.

Indigenous Australian campaigner Nathan Appo tweeted: “The didgeridoo is a spiritual instrument our people have been using for thousands of years to tell stories about the dreamtime. “Let’s hope they apologise publicly and give the didgeridoo the respect it deserves.”



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