CockyBoys Makes Room for Clark Brothers

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Online studio CockyBoys.com has debuted a web-exclusive vignette featuring popular performer Bobby Clark alongside his real-life brother Seth Clark.

"If you like the idea of two straight guys jerking off together then you might love the idea of two straight brothers jerking off together while watching porn," the studio said.

"It was time to catch the Clark brothers together on film," company President Kyle Majors said.

"I know how to talk to straight guys. I took Seth Clark out for drinks and he let it slip that he and his brother used to kick back on the couch, watch straight porn and share war stories while they squeeze one out together. That’s when I had the idea," he said. "The family that sprays together, stays together."

Seth debuted on CockyBoys with a solo vignette late last year. Apart from his web-exclusive work, Bobby can also be seen in the recent "Boy Country" for Buckshot Productions.

In related news, CockyBoys has signed newcomer Skyler Caine as well as fan-favorite performer Wolf Hudson to exclusive contracts.

The company also picked up a 2009 Cybersocket Web Awards trophy as Best Amateur Video Site, as well as a recent Grabby Awards nomination for Best Web-Based Porn Site.

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