LOS ANGELES - Monarchy Distribution has announced the upcoming launch of Boys Town Studios, an all-male studio with a charitable twist — all profits will go towards supporting gay rights.
"I have always created porn for profit. This will be the first studio I launch that will give back to the LGBT community" Monarchy owner Mike Kulich said. "While the advancements of gay rights in the U.S. have changed our society for the better, the setbacks abroad (particularly in Russia) made me see that this type of project was a necessity. I want to help the people suffering all over the world and living in persecuting countries using the best way I know how: making quality porn."
The studio plans to release two films per month from genres including twinks, bears, leather and other niche fetishes.
"100 percent of the profits from all these movies, including DVD sales, video-on-demand, cable and broadcast will be donated to our newly-created non-profit" Kulich said. "Anyone will be able to write Boys Town Studios and tell their stories about how bigotry and homophobia has affected their lives, and we will step into help those victims as much as we can."
The profits from the first movie will be directed towards gay Russian refugees, to help pay for their relocation as they seek asylum in the U.S., Canada and elsewhere.
In recent months, Russia has made it illegal for gay couples (and all Americans) from adopting children, banned gay pride parades in Moscow for 100 years and imposed a battery of harsh anti-gay measures countrywide.
"We have done a number of charity projects since our company was launched two years ago but none of them compare to what we are doing here" Kulich added. He believes that the studio “will save lives, offer comfort, hope, purpose and of course quality stroke material."
Boys Town Studios is currently in pre-production with its first title “Deep In The Dark.” The film is slated to release in mid-October.
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