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Gay Porn Video Shot At Occupy Oakland Encampment

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'Occupy Oakland' protesters camp outside City Hall, October 11, 2011. (CBS)

‘Occupy Oakland’ protesters camp outside City Hall, October 11, 2011. (CBS)

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OAKLAND (CBS SF) — The Occupy Oakland encampment recently broken up outside City Hall was the setting for a gay pornography video apparently shot on site.

New York-based Dirty Boy Video set their latest flick, “Occupy My Throat,” at the encampment at Frank Ogawa Plaza, using footage of the protests in their B-roll before going X-rated.

Occupy Wall Street has grown significantly in two months from a movement grasping for media attention to a world-wide phenomenon that confronts many issues and inspires products that memorialize it — like the Occupy Wall Street coloring book and a t-shirt from Jay-Z’s Rockawear clothing line that reads “Occupy All Streets.”

Dirty Boy Video president Andy Fine addressed his company’s position and feelings regarding the movement in an open letter to Brandon Watts, an original member of the Wall Street occupation and the bloodied face of its “Day of Action.” A New York Times Magazine story about Watts losing his virginity while camping in New York City’s Zuccotti Park prompted Fine to offer him cash for the chance to tape his next experience.

“I offer you the opportunity to perform on our website, an opportunity to express yourself and your politics freely and without censor. Working together we can create a sexy, fun platform that inspires you, be that with other actors, actresses or both. Whether you choose to work with us or not, I salute your dedication and your courage,” Fine said in his letter to Watts.

Watts did not appear in the Dirty Boy Video production and was not available for comment.

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