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10 NC-17 films with full frontal male nudity and where to stream them

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What to spice up your next “Netflix and chill” night? Boy, we have the list for you! Gone are the days of staying up late at night, scrolling through IFC and HBO, hoping to catch a quick glimpse of a glorious gay sex scene.

We now live in an age where we can stream that beautiful NC-17 smut on demand. While there are hundreds of these titles to choose from, only a few rise above the label “softcore.” If you want to watch something as meaningful as it is meaty, check out our recommendations below…John Cameron Michael’s 2006 film Shortbus is a kinky voyeuristic delight.

Not strictly limited to the G in LGBTQ, this film explores the depths of human sexuality inside a New York City fetish club.

Fun fact: There’s so much nudity in Shortbus, it’s said that the film crew shot a few scenes naked in order to make the actors feel more comfortable.Streaming: Youtube, Google Play, and Apple TV (banned on Amazon!)This award-winning French erotic thriller made a splash when it premiered at Cannes in 2013.

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