Gang bang pornography
Gang bang pornography is a type of pornography that depicts an individual engaging in physical sexual activity with multiple partners sequentially or at once. Though there have been numerous gang bang pornographic films since the 1980s, they usually involved no more than half a dozen to a dozen men. However, starting with The World's Biggest Gangbang (1995) starring Annabel Chong, the pornographic industry began producing a series of films ostensibly setting gangbang records for most consecutive sex acts by one person in a short period.
These kinds of films were financially successful, winning AVN Awards for the best selling pornographic films of their year; however, the events were effectively unofficiated and the record-breaking claims often misleading. Jasmin St. Claire described her "record", purportedly set with 300 men in World's Biggest Gang Bang 2, as "among the biggest cons ever pulled off in the porn business", with merely about 30 men "strategically placed and filmed," only ten of whom were actually able to perform sexually on camera.
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- "What The Hell Was I Thinking?!!" - Confessions of the World's Most Controversial Sex Symbol, Jasmin St. Claire & Jake Brown, BearManor Media, 2010, P. 131–32
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