CockyBoys Debuts New Jake Jaxson Series

Bob Johnson

NEW YORK — CockyBoys has launched “KISS•HUG•FUCK•LOVE,” its new film series by director Jake Jaxson, now available at

The studio said the film follows the “A Thing of Beauty” series and was designed to explore and intertwine the sexual and creative energy of both the filmmakers and performers.

Inspired by the 15-year relationship of filmmaker Jaxson and director of photography RJ Sebastian, CockyBoys said the movie showcases harmony in its many forms, celebrating the beauty that occurs when all of someone’s needs are satisfied and they are enjoying and living life in the moment.

The first installment of the series stars Justin Matthews, Duncan Black and Colby Keller and features a song created from a collaboration between Matthews, Jaxson and Sebastian.

"Someone once asked what I was most proud of. Without a doubt it's my relationship with RJ and Benny. But after 15 years, I am very proud and blessed to have such an amazing man in my life. It seems like yesterday and yet forever.  It is with this feeling and nostalgia in my heart that I created the new film series “KISS•HUG•FUCK•LOVE” inspired by my love, our life, and the blessed ability we have to be creative together," Jaxson said.

He added, "While the end result of our work may at times seem effortless, it's often the result of much turmoil and upset — the creative process is not always easy — but so often it's worth fighting for. The same can be said for our relationship. It's work. There have been many trying, painful, and difficult moments in our 15 years together. Some days are better than others. But how wonderful is love. As I write this now, I can only remember the best as I look back and yet forward into never-ending possibility of more years to come."

CockyBoys noted that the film furthers its and Jaxson’s goal of changing the way gay erotica is perceived by consumers, depicting real life scenarios and evoking real emotions through the performers, camera work and the overall production quality,