You may already know where to find your favourite queer-friendly porn. If not, we’ve done a little digging, and we’ve come up with a list of our favourite sites.
Winner of the Feminist Porn Award’s Best Website in 2011, queer filmmaker Shine Louise Houston’s Crash Pad Series (CrashPadSeries.com) aims to show real women and queers getting it on. People of all genders have hot, sometimes kinky, always real and often gender-bending playtime.
The series is based on 2005’s dyke cult classic The Crash Pad, which takes place in “a secret apartment in San Francisco dedicated to hot, queer sex,” according to the website. The ethics behind Crash Pad include strong commitments to consent, safer sex, equal pay and showcasing diverse ethnicities, ages, body types and abilities. Performers create their own scenes and are often couples or play partners in real life.
You can support all this and get access to more than 200 episodes for $25 USD a month, or $9.99 a month for a full year.
Courtney Trouble’s QueerPorn TV (QueerPorn.tv) is of a similar ethos. Its tagline reads “proud modern sluts, hard core trans* sex, feminist queers + more!” Its “real queer sex ed” shows people of all genders and orientations, kinky or not, at their “raunchiest, filthiest, rawest, most passionate, radical and real.”
Signing up for $27 USD a month, three days for $15 or options of two, three or six month passes (six months is $125) gives you access to QueerPorn TV as well as Trouble’s Indie Porn Revolution and Fat Girl Fantasies. Scenes and longer films can also be purchased from the site individually.
For more trans woman porn, look up Doing it Ourselves: The Trans Women Porn Project. Tobi Hill-Meyer’s hot collection shows trans women having sex the way they want it, with partners of all genders. The project began with a group of trans women who were sick of how trans women are portrayed in porn. It’s on Trouble Films and is available for $20 USD. And check out the sequel, called Doing it Again: In Depth.
Also worth looking up are porn stars Drew Deveaux, who won the 2011 Feminist Porn Award for Heartthrob of the Year, and Chelsea Poe (ChelseaPoe.com), who posts hot trans woman porn on her site.
If you are looking for something that is not only porn but also educational, Buck Angel’s Sexing the Transman series is a documentary about FTM sexualities that features graphic excerpts of trans men playing, woven together with highly personal dialogue.
For more tran man action that’s less educational and more pure sex, check out FTM Fucker (FTMFucker.com), James Darling’s Feminist Porn Award– winning website (2013), for straight, gay and queer FTM porn. You get a month for $24 USD or five months for $95.
Bonus Hole Boys (BonusHoleBoys.com) is another option if you want to see trans on cis male action. The site includes interviews with performers about their experiences and desires. You can rent full-length movies for 2 days for $15 USD or buy for $17.
Xtube.com is a site suitable to anyone’s desires or orientation. The YouTube of sex, Xtube is created by the same people who watch it. There are options to pay, but most content is free, and users can create a profile to favourite videos and photos, make friends and upload their own porn.
–Larkin Schmiedl is a freelance writer living and working in Vancouver, B.C. He loves to write about social and environmental justice, especially when it comes to other trans people.