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Tarzan Releases His Most Primal Urges In This New Homoerotic Parody

by Graham Gremore July 05, 2016

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What happens when a group of strapping male sailors at the peak of their sexual prowess find themselves stranded on a deserted island in the Costa Rican rainforest? They hook up with Tarzan, Kind of the Jungle, of course!

Related: PHOTOS: Your Favorite Super Heroes As Gay Fantasy Pin-Up Hunks has released yet another one of their x-rated parodies of summer blockbuster films, this one inspired by Tarzan. In the past, the adult film site has released other homoerotic “remakes,” including Captain America, X-Men and Star Wars.

Related: Alexander Skarsgard Opens Up About The “Incredible” Gay Sex He’s Had

“While the legend of Tarzan taps into our primal fantasies about raw masculinity gone wild, it is also a story about being from two worlds and not fitting in,” filmmakers said in a press release. “Tarzan’s sense of being an outsider resonates with the queer community. And his superhuman power plays into our fantasy of unleashing our own inner lord of the jungle.”

Check out the trailer below…

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