The man behind Night Charm
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by Not Victor
David K. of Night charm is a unique Webmaster. He develops and maintains one of the more interesting and definitely one of the most credible gay erotica sites on the Internet. The design is visually stunning and the content extremely detailed. I asked him to answer a few questions:
What is Night Charm all about, in 50 words or less?
Night charm is an alternative queer porn zine that happens to be housed on the Net. There’s nothin’ else like it “out there.” But you knew that already.
Why did you decide to create Night Charm?
As a Buddhist I wanted to do my part to help break the seeming dichotomy of sexuality and spirituality. All is one — and that includes homo sex and God or Source or whatever you want to call It.
What do you see in the future for Night Charm?
I’m getting itchy to do some print (magazine or book) stuff. I’m a publisher from way back, and I’m starting to miss the smell of ink.
Why did you feature writer/filmmaker Bruce La Bruce on your site?
We interviewed him last year after his first porn flick Skin Gang was released. I’m a big fan of smart, dissident voices within the whole “gay lifestyle” clap trap.
Will you have any other “celebrities” contributing to your site?”
Sure, Nightcharm’s always going the distance to bring the biggest, longest, thickest, deepest most original meat on the market.
Have you met any famous people in the porn biz?
Not too sound to Julie Andrew-ish, but I don’t care much for the “porn biz” per se. I’m a Cancerian homeboy, and my idea of a fun evening is curling up on the couch with my boyfriend Alex and our cats and watching Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman.
Where do you see gay erotica heading? Any interesting trends that you’ve noticed in the business?
Well, I’m waiting for hardcore porn to visually start bridging this sex/spirit gap. Even if this just means Chi Chi LaRue starts shooting videos about priests giving blowjobs to their parishioners in the confessionals. Then I’ll know my role as prophet was not in vain.