Refugee’s Welcome

by QuentinQueer

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Director: Bruce LaBruce
Production year: 2017
Film duration: 22:04
 
Comments by Erika Lust
Welcome Bruce LaBruce, for the first gay film on XC! This confession was so unusual, so incredibly moving and undeniably current that we HAD to shoot it. And who better than the prolific, controversial and Prince of Homosexuals himself?

A few years ago I was displaced from the country I lived in, due to wars that are nothing to do with me and are out of my control. I was forced to travel for many months until I managed to end up in a country so completely different from my own that I never knew how I could see it as a home.

Until one day I met a man. He was so different to me – from a completely different background, different experiences, different ambitions. We kept bumping into each other in the supermarket, of all places, until one day he approached me. We went for a coffee and things developed from there. What I will always remember is the first time we had sex. He was so kind and gentle with me, he stroked my beard and kissed my eyelids like I was precious to him. I told him stories in my native language and when we were having sex he would always speak in his native tongue, which made me so hard. The first time we had anal sex he started by putting his tongue so far up my ass that I almost came then and there. When he penetrated me, the first few moments of pain gave way to the greatest pleasure, years of build-up released when I orgasmed. All those months of travel, all those years of feeling out of place, not knowing who I was, where I was. He helped me find completeness. I’d always had to hide my sexuality where I came from, but in this new place, with this new man and these new friends that I was gradually accumulating, I felt so free, so welcomed. Home.

Now the phrase Refugees Welcome has an entirely new meaning for me.

 
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15 responses to “Refugee’s Welcome”

  1. delicate topic … homosexuality is such a taboo in so many of the countries the majority of todays refugees come from (and to a lesser degree in the societies they flee to). I love the way you folks at cs portrait gay sex. Other than most mainstream gay porn it is so intimate and sensible that it also appeals to me as a straight person.

    • I felt like Bruce was the perfect director for exactly those reasons! I can’t wait for you to see it – it is an incredibly tender and beautiful film. I think the subject matter is handled so brilliantly by Bruce! One of my favourite confessions too.

  2. You don’t realize what you have done mam erika….I have similar fantasies as well as many people throughout conservative societies,we can only wish they become true

  3. again, fantastic work! it’s beautiful, I can only agree.
    one thing, though, that I can’t get out of my head…. may i ask why the rape scene had to be so detailed? is this part of the fantasy? tbh, i skipped it. i could not imagine having sex with anyone right after being violated. but then again, maybe the violence is needed to create this great contrast, this atmosphere of tenderness and safety.
    no judging here, i just wanna understand.

    • Bruce didn’t want to include subtitles! It was his artistic deliberate choice

  4. Are there subtitles for these videos or not? I’m new…hah. It’s a little frustrating to not understand half of what’s being said in several of them πŸ™

    • Hi there, which ones do you need subtitles for? If you are streaming then there should be subtitles! Apart from on Refugee’s Welcome, Bruce didn’t want to include subtitles as an artistic comment upon our culture, language and communication.

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