Drew Dixon, Nico Nova Launch ‘Sacred Sex’ for Himeros.tv
PALM SPRINGS, Calif. — Davey Wavey’s Himeros.tv has announced the release of “Sacred Sex,” described as a “one-of-a-kind new series” for which Wavey has partnered in its design with “a former priest and current gay sex coach” to reclaim sacred and religious symbols and imagery.
The project proposes that sex — and gay sex, in particular — is sacred, a rep explained.
“Recognizing the sacred nature of what we do with our erotic bodies is the first step in countering centuries of being told that we are sinful, impure or, the church’s favorite word, ‘disordered,'” noted the rep. “Those words have taken their toll on the gay community and many have experienced the shame and trauma that comes with them.”
The debut episode, titled “Baptism,” features Drew Dixon and Nico Nova and “reclaims what it means to be washed clean, to initiate sex through the element of water. It’s playful, fun, erotic, even sacred time between two lovers,” the rep said. “‘Baptism’ is one of the most electric duo scenes released anywhere so far this year.”
Wavey noted that he grew up Catholic and that working on “Sacred Sex” was “a tremendously fulfilling and healing experience.”
Himeros has created several mini-documentaries to accompany the series.
“The first one really sets the tone for the series,” noted the rep. “The ‘Sacred Sex’ shoot was facilitated by ‘Coach Nic.’ The first mini-doc gives you a behind-the-scenes look at Coach Nic, the process at Himeros and the models. The documentaries really convey the intention behind this boundary-pushing project.”
Find the first mini-doc here and on YouTube.
Forthcoming episodes of “Sacred Sex” will feature Ray Dexter, Troye Jacobs, Tomik 9.5 and Jack Valor, among others.
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In related news, two recent Himeros titles have been named as official selections of the 2021 San Francisco PornFilmFestival, which screens November 11-28 online and in person, as pandemic safety protocols allow.