VIDEO: François Sagat’s “Magical” Condom PSA

Unlike what you often see in porn, condoms don’t just magically appear in real life. You have to know how to use them… and legendary Titan Man François Sagat shows you how in this magical PSA from the French LGBT news and lifestyle website Yagg. This video isn’t on their website anymore, but I saved a copy for you to enjoy.

On a personal note, I love François. He’s such a sweet guy, and incredibly creative. Too bad I only filmed that one scene with him. Hopefully I’ll shoot with him again one day!

“My, what a big horn Dirk has!” Live from the 2018 NYC Pride Parade

Last weekend, my hubby Dirk and I headed to New York Pride for two reasons: to host the popular Brüt party on Saturday night (photos coming soon), and so that Dirk could march with the Lesbian and Gay Big Apple Corps, NYC’s LGBTQ marching band! Dirk — who plays sousaphone and has been marching with LGBAC since 1999 — shot some really cool video from inside the band as they marched down 8th Avenue in the West Village:

I watched from the sidelines and shot some footage of the band as they went by (you can’t really see Dirk because he was on the opposite side of the street, unfortunately), as well as a tiny bit of his warmup before the parade:

Here are a few photos from the parade. His sousaphone, by the way, is named Audrey because she’s been known to eat people. (Technically I suppose she’s “Audrey 3.”) She’s the largest production model of sousaphone ever made, weighing in at 65 pounds. Carrying her is quite a workout… no wonder Dirk gets so sweaty!

By the way, I think I was invited to march with the band in next year’s pride parade, which happens to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots and the birth of the modern day pride movement. Hmmm… I’ve been known to do a little blowing myself. <grin>

Classical Caber: Dirk sings Rachmaninoff’s “Vespers” in Providence, RI

Last Saturday, Dirk joined the Brown University Chorus in a performance of Sergei Rachmaninoff’s Vespers, also known as the All-Night Vigil. Our friend Fred, the director of the chorus (which is comprised of Brown students), needed to supplement the ensemble with a basso profundo, and Dirk fit the bill perfectly. Not everybody can hit that low B♭! I only managed to capture a little bit of video (above), but you can really hear Dirk’s mellifluous bass at the very end of the clip.

Here are a few photos from the performance; I’ve highlighted Dirk with a yellow arrow.

Cleans up nicely, doesn’t he?

Pics and video from an amazing Pride weekend at FLEX Spas Phoenix!
Plus… bloopers!

Last weekend, Dirk and I flew down to Phoenix, Arizona for a Saturday night appearance at the amazing FLEX Spas Phoenix! It also happened to be Phoenix Pride weekend, which made our visit extra special because we got to be on the FLEX float in the Pride parade! Our nighttime appearance was a lot of fun, too… the spa set up both a bed and a sling for us, and we put on a 45 minute live sex show for a packed house.

We shot a few videos while we were there, too. Here’s the official promo we filmed with Vision Video Productions to promote our appearance…

… and, as promised, the blooper reel from that video!

We also did a photo shoot with Vision Video… here’s a sampling of the results:

And finally, here are a few pics we shot at FLEX and at the Pride festival, as well as a Facebook Live stream we shot from the parade float. Thank so much to everyone who came out to see us, and to FLEX and Vision Video for being such great hosts… Dirk and I can’t wait to be back!!

Video: Dirk blows a big horn at last year’s National Equality March

I just came across this video of my hubby Dirk Caber performing in Washington, D.C. with the Lesbian and Gay Big Apple Corps as part of last year’s National Equality March. I hope I get to join him next year… not only is visibility so important, the march looks like a heck of a lot of fun.

You can find Dirk starting at the 2:40 mark:

By the way, does anybody else notice the iPhone cable coming out of his kilt pocket? I asked him about it, and he says it’s because he had two pieces of his music on his phone instead of printed out. I dunno, though… I think he was live-tweeting.

Thank you to the excellent blog JoeMyGod for posting this video. We love Joe!