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Chi Chi LaRue has teamed up with Mile High Media to launch Noir Male — a new porn studio.

I caught up with Chi Chi LaRue for a behind-the-scenes look at what we can expect from Noir Male.

What was your inspiration for creating Noir Male as a dedicated series of content?

I’ve always been into diversity in my movies. When Mile High Media came to me to be the director of this new studio, I was thrilled with how much they wanted to put into it — the high-class locations, superior production value, and top-notch performers.

Is it a form of race fetishism to have a dedicated studio for content that features men of colour?

Everything nowadays is a fetish. I believe it’s how consumers are seeking out specific content online — it encourages producers to create an emphasised niche. I think Noir Male lessens that by making this studio about the appreciation of all men, of every colour, while focusing on relatable scenarios not stereotyped set-ups.

Why do you think we don’t see a lot of diversity of models and actors who are cast in mainstream gay porn?

I’ve always included men of every race, shape, and size. I think we’re seeing a lot more of it now, and I really think that’s a great thing. All models are being treated as equals as far as roles and scene rates go at Noir Male. It’s about time!

The first release from Noir Male is Black On White — what was the casting process for this production?

It wasn’t rocket science — it was selecting hot men that have tons of chemistry, and putting them together in amazing locations with hot scenarios.

How will Black On White challenge preconceptions about black men?

I don’t know if it will — it will be interesting to see what the consumer thinks. I’ve been talking to some fans on Twitter, and they’re going crazy for the product. I think it’s a hit!

What other productions are in the pipeline for Noir Male?

I’ve just got done shooting some amazing content with some pretty terrific talent — newcomer Zario Travezz, Aaron Reece, Cade Maddox, Jacen Zhu, Beaux Banks, and Noah Donovan, just to name a few. I was so excited to work with DeAngelo Jackson from FlavaWorks too! For fans of his, right now they can see his first Noir scene free on noirmale.com as a pre-launch tease!

The next release for Noir Male will be titled Straight To Black and it’s coming out in September. Plus, our website NoirMale.com launches August 22nd!

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Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
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I caught up with artist Edgar Murillo to admire the men that have been inspiring his work.

When did you discover and begin to explore your passion for art and illustration?

I discovered it from birth. I was born deaf and it was difficult for me to communicate with my family, so I used papers and pencils to draw to be able to communicate something. I draw every day, and I’m very happy.

How would you describe your style of illustration?

Honestly, I don’t know what my style is – I draw different types of drawings and I keep making more drawings with new styles. The important thing is that people like it a lot.

Who are some of your heroes or artistic inspirations?

SilverJow, Kimjunggius, and Nesskain – you must follow him!

Are the men you draw hyper-masculine?

Yes – I’m a pogonophile – I love furry!

The inspiration comes from my imagination, friends, movies, and social networks. The majority of men that I draw are from Barcelona, others from America.

Do you accept commissions?

Not yet. I’m focused on making movies, and several other projects.

What do you expect people to feel when they look at your work?

Hypnotised! Some people have told me that they find my drawings arousing.

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Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
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Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
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