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Tales from the Sexual Underground Gang Banged at IML: Part Two
by Rick Reed

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Last week, I told you all about the gang bang filmed at the last IML by San Francisco's Treasure Island Media … from my perspective. This week, we get to hear all about the experience from the owner of the production company, Paul Morris, whom I was lucky enough to catch up with between takes. Here's what he had to say:

RR: What made you decide to film Billy Wild?

PM: The first time I met Billy I knew I wanted to film him. It's usually a very quick thing for me; I can tell if a guy is coming in because he thinks he's a pornstar (whatever that may be), because he needs cash, or because he's a true and driven sexaholic. It's the guys who live for sex that I'm really interested in, being one myself. Obsession loves company.

RR: How did you decide to hook up?

PM: Billy wrote to me offering to pay me if he could do a scene with a bunch of guys. That's probably the best way to get my attention; it really tells you something about a guy. He came over to my place to talk about possibilities and as soon as he walked in I knew I wanted to work with him. His physical look is so All-American and wholesome and is such a great frame for the immense libidinal heat that he radiates.

RR: What else about Billy appealed to you?

PM: I'm obsessed with men of all types; I have the most promiscuous eye in the world. But when I meet someone like Billy I can't wait to throw him into action, to see how he reacts to the men I surround him with. I learn from people like that; I get re-inspired. I couldn't wait to see Billy's eyes as he got fucked by a room full of men he'd never met.

RR: How did you solicit participants?

PM: We put a notice up on our website, but the rest was pretty much word of mouth. Our guys, Damon Dogg and Jesse, wandered around IML and if they saw a guy who looked like he might fit into a bareback gangbang orgy, they'd approach him. Sometimes it worked out, sometimes it didn't. At one point they put a collar around Billy's neck and led him around bareass, telling guys that they could fuck him if they showed up for the gang bang.

RR: Anything unusual happen during the, um, shooting? Funny? Disastrous?

PM: Well, the room got so crowded that the line of men waiting to get in stretched all the way down the hall. That meant that the door to the room was basically open throughout the orgy, which got some raised eyebrows from the hotel staff. And once they got in some guys were a bit out of place. But even if they weren't into joining in and fucking Billy, the guys definitely enjoyed the voyeuristic aspect of the scene. I think everyone had a great time. Billy certainly enjoyed the attention … and all the cocks.

Next week, part three, in which we meet the real Billy Wild and hear about a scene that took place at perhaps one of your favorite Chicago bars!

E-mail me for the first part of this article (or your comments!) at .

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