(Montreal, QC / January 23, 2018) — Pure Taboo presents The Pickle, a new family roleplay drama about a young girl whose anal curiosity with vegetables gets the best of her, available January 23 exclusively at PureTaboo.com.
Whitney Wright stars as a teen girl, interested in anal exploration but wanting to ‘test it out’ first, finds herself in a stressful situation when a pickle becomes stuck, calling frantically on stepbrother Tyler Nixon to help out.
Bree Mills, who wrote, produced and co-directed (with Craven Moorehead) the scene, was inspired by the numerous stories about emergency room rectum-based ‘accidents’ with foreign objects, which, according to ER doctors, is surprisingly common.
“While this behavior may be common – and possibly very exciting – that excitement can be short-lived if something goes wrong,” said Mills of the delicate Pickle scene. “Whitney and Tyler gave great acting performances, creating that anxiety and drama together.”
View the full scene – available for download or streaming – at PureTaboo.com/The-Pickle and find out more about Whitney Wright at her official Pure Taboo model page.
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ABOUT PURE TABOO:
Launched in September 2017, PureTaboo is the latest studio operated by the Gamma Films Group, the production arm of adult company Gamma Entertainment. Helmed by XBIZ and AVN award-winning director Bree Mills and promoting the tagline ‘Some taboos are meant to be broken’, PureTaboo features the most popular and up-and-coming faces in adult today, challenging themselves to bring acting and sexual performances in a way viewers have never seen before.
Mills and the PureTaboo team are committed to taking taboo porn seriously, with storylines tackling society’s accepted – but most intriguing – sexual circumstances: inappropriate family relations, compulsions, teen virgin, sexual perversions and the hidden corners of the viewer’s psyche.
“We hope to leave you equally shocked and aroused,” says Mills. “After all, aren’t some taboos meant to be broken?”