Didgeridoo Me! – UNCUT Men.com Scene Review – This is Controversial? Really? (NSFW)


Apparently some people are upset that a didgeridoo was used in a gay porn sex scene from Men.com. No seriously. I had to research didgeridoo to even know what it was. This is no different from any other sacred piece device that many other cultures use, so I do not see the difference in this being used in porn as opposed to a crucifix. Which, a crucifix has been used before in the past in gay/straight porn as well. Regardless, Aspen and Jack Hunter deliver a great performance in this Men.com scene and it is definitely spank worthy! What are your thoughts?

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This scene stars: Aspen and Jack Hunter

7 comments to Didgeridoo Me! – UNCUT Men.com Scene Review – This is Controversial? Really? (NSFW)

  • Balun  says:

    As I am half Aboriginal myself, (my father) I find this to be completely fine. Those upset seem to not understand that this instrument is not sacred itself. The act of using it is sacred. That instrument was probably bought at an airport gift shop. The fact that it is being used is stupid, but not offensive in any way. If I could show this to my father, which I cannot being that I would never show him gay porn, he would probably laugh. He would probably break down in uncontrollable laughter at all the white people upset and up in arms about it. It is quite humorous to see the comments and having other people say that they are offended about my culture and how I should be offended as well. I am not. Lighting up Americans.

  • Landon  says:

    As a Native American man going to university in Australia, yes it is wrong. I usually love the antics in gay porn, but nah, that scene is incredibly disrespectful. I have made several friends who are Aboriginal, two of which are LGBT+ (one’s gay, one’s bi) I had a class where an elder from the Gamilaraay people co-taught, and he has been playing and making didgeridoos for most of his life. I can’t imagine what he would feel if he found out about this. It’s an incredibly sacred instrument. Gay white folks need to accept the fact that just because they don’t think something is offensive that that settles the issue. You don’t get to decide if something is offensive or not if it comes to Indigenous cultural issues, especially when LGBT+ Indigenous people speak up.

    PS, the point about using crucifix dildos is rich, considering that it’s an icon of the religion that justified the violent colonization and genocide of Indigenous people around the world. It’s an irrelevant analogy.

  • joshuaskye  says:

    You’re only as offended as you allow yourself to be.

  • Ryan Aun  says:

    As an Australian, I can confirm, this was highly disrespectful to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community. Not really because the instrument has religeous significance but because it has deep cultural significance. Without going too deeply into issues of cultural appropriation, this is especially like a slap in the face because the Attempted genocide of the Aboriginal people is still very much an uhnresolved issue. The message that this sends is that the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community is so disrespected, and considered sub human to a degree that in addition to attempting genocide (more than once, and in some cases successfully) against them, it is also appropriate to destroy and defile their culturally sacred instruments. This is a difficult concept to export to the West (that of cultural sacredness beyond religeon) because Western cultures don’t realy have any rituals or artifacts that are sacred to the same degree outside of religeous activities; the Western Cultural Category of Sacredness doesn’t accomodate this.

  • Sam Bleckly  says:

    I’m sure you could find people out there to take offence but its not generally going to be aboriginals or at least any of the ones I know. I’m quite certain its been used this way before knowing what guys are like its just people looking to be offended on behalf of someone else

  • Jonathan O'Faolain Jonathan O'Faolain  says:

    I had to look up what a Didgeridoo was when I saw that trailer. I watched it for Aspen, and because I have something of a fetish for using non-sexual items in sexual ways. But yeah, I’ve seen lots of pornos out there where a crucifix was used in a sexual way by one or more people.

    So… meh. Good review, though, Paulie. I like the opening stinger comment at the beginning.

  • Gary McCoy  says:

    I don’t find it offensive but it doesn’t look all that sexy either.

What are your thoughts?