You may have lasted for over a year or only until the sun appeared, but your beauty stays in my mind. I remember that puddle of chest sweat blending with mine. I still like to dream about the folds of your skin, arms, and elbows, and that dimple in your chin, or when I used to scratch my nails down your back or reached for that juicy butt, taking a bite of that perfect crack.
To all those that would stay in bed till morning and all those who are still to come one night, this is for you.”
Shot by Erika Lust for XConfessions
A Love Letter to All Those Men by Erika Lust is an homage to all the men we have ever encountered in a sexual, sensual, or erotic way.
Each one with its unique and different touch, smell, hair, shape, skin, taste, sensuality, chemistry, feel…
How sutil it is when we remember a little bit of each of them with each new man, or how they accompany us in each new fuck. This is their love letter and legacy.
It is Oja Kay and Nicole Kitt the protagonists of this film.
At the beginning of the clip, we see the memories and feel of all the previous men with a delightful repertoire of many known faces.
Nicole is remembering all of them as she starts getting aroused and sensual with Oja.
With a great chemistry, passion and sensuality, this couple’s kisses and touch remind us that even with our current partner, all the previous men in the past can be at the back of our minds.
Still, the chemistry between these two is undeniable and we are soon taken on a sex journey with some licking, masturbating, fucking and moaning.
“We’re always hearing about female beauty so I was excited to celebrate male beauty in all its forms with this film! We were shooting several other films that week so I invited all of the actors who were working with us to come and show off their beautiful faces & bodies. I also enjoyed working closely with my producers to write an original poem drawn from all of our personal experiences. Fun fact, the men’s names at the end are all names of mine and my production team’s current and past partners!”
– Erika Lust