I hate to say it, but you’ve basically been living under a giant internet rock if you don’t know who these two are. Austin Wilde has been in the industry for a few years wherein he first gained notoriety as a Raging Stallion exclusive. After that contract ended and his next one began, he did some work for Suite703, wherein he performed his first scene with boyfriend and GiSP partner, Anthony Romero. After some work for
Next Door Studios They Who Shall Not Be Named, both men landed at CockyBoys, where some of the most beautiful traditionally-shot gay porn is being produced in my opinion. “Austony” was the hybrid-ly named feature directed by Jake Jaxson at CockyBoys to really showcase these two in a light we really hadn’t seen before.
Now that today is the official launch of the Guys In Sweatpants membership site , the two cheeky bastards can add “studio heads” to their resumes. It began as an offhanded user-submitted site wherein guys would send in their own photos or photos they had taken of, well, guys in sweatpants. Why sweatpants? Well, if you hadn’t noticed already, Austin and Anthony are both sickeningly well built gym rats, and what is a popular choice of attire for men who frequent the gym? Sweatpants. Ball shorts. Cotton. Nylon. Mesh. Loose fitting fabrics wherein the male member can fly free, and others can discern general size and shape of each other’s equipment as they cruise their fellow man. Everyone likes to crotch-watch, so don’t even front. Austin himself explains more here.
The user submitted portion is still around, so non-members still have all the same access to that content that they did before. But, let’s be honest. You want to be a member. It’s worth it. Hell, the scenes available on launch day are worth a full years dues in membership, so can you imagine what’s to come in the following months? These guys, they did good I tell ya. Keep your eye on the men they featured as launch models. Specifically the ones you haven’t heard of before. It’s my opinion that this site will become a launching pad for talent, and it’s always a special feeling to realize you were there at the beginning.
Well done, fellas.