Jaguar Studios was an American gay pornographic film studio producer.
History[edit | edit source]
Jaguar Studios was founded during the late 1960s, and captured the 1960s and 1970s "innocent" pre-condom era time period of gay porn. It was more concerned with the freedom of the sexual exploration experience, using various themes as represented by the "film" titles.
It was superseded in content in later years with the general greater explosion of pornography's existence going mainstream with the advent of the less complicated recording and viewing technology, using video beta and VHS technology.
References[edit | edit source]
- Clarke, Kevin (2011). Porn: from Andy Warhol to X-Tube. Bruno Gmunder Verlag.
- Escoffier, Jeffrey (2009). Bigger Than Life: The History of Gay Porn Cinema from Beefcake to Hardcore. Running Press.
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