VIDEO: Mr. Spock is a Vers-Bottom in the ‘Star Trek’ Gay Porn Parody

VIDEO: Mr. Spock is a Vers-Bottom in the ‘Star Trek’ Gay Porn Parody

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Considering that the latest Star Trek movie, Star Trek Beyond, came out in July 22, 2016, it’s kinda weird that Men.com — the creators behind the Star Wars, Sense8, and Pokémon Go porn parodies — only  released one for Star Trek recently (kinda missed the wave on that one, men). We wondered why, until we saw the trailer.

Considering the incredibly low-budget look of their Pokémon Go parody, Men.com seems to have actually invested some money into Star Trek‘s costumes, set, and even special effects — they certainly didn’t invest any into acting or audio equipment. From the sound of it, boom mics don’t exist in the 22nd and 23rd centuries.

At the very least, their Star Trek parody doesn’t make the same mistake as their Sense8 parody — the cast retains the show’s racial diversity, especially with Micah Brandt as Uhura (yay, a Black performer in mainstream porn!) and Asian performer Henier as Sulu. It also makes sense that Sulu might find himself in a gay porn film; after all his character in the most recent Star Trek film was gay.

Lastly, we also have proof that Mr. Spock (pointy ears and all) is actually a versatile bottom — “fascinating.” The rest of the crew gets pretty hands-on as well.

 

These shots are about as close as you can get to gay porn without seeing any actual genitals or ass. The final pic almost revealed some dangly bits, but two Starship Enterprises zoomed in and saved the day! It’s also kinda hilarious that the crew keeps their shirts on while fucking… we guess they have to, otherwise it wouldn’t be clear who outranked one another.

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