Project GogoBoy defies convention by blurring the line between fantasy and reality. Directed by Jake Jaxson, this groundbreaking film is a tribute to the reality shows we love to hate by chronicling the lives of NYC nightclub performers: DJ’s, hustlers, club owners, and go-go boys as they FUCK their way to the TOP BOX! Watch the genre-bending, lines-blurring reality/sex series that has critics raving-- Only available at COCKYBOYS.COM!
Episode One: In the first episode of the genre-bending, lines-blurring sex/reality series Project GogoBoy, we meet Jake Bass, an established gogoboy on the top box who has gotten where he is by hard work and perseverance. If there's one thing Jake can't stand, it's gogo dancers who sleep their way to the top: dancers like his best frenemy, and favorite phony Max Ryder, a fresh-faced gogoboy with big dreams and an even bigger attitude.
Jake Bass is dancing at Montreal gay club stock when he notices Max getting cozy in the DJ booth with internationally-renowned DJ Pierre Fitch ("All the boys love me, and when they want to request a sogn, they know what they have to do: get dirty," say Pierre). Jake tries not to let Max and Pierre's kissing and groping affect his performance, but he can't ignore it when Pierre purposefully stops Jake's song halfway through, ruining his set. After Jake storms off, Pierre leads Max into the changing room and then away to the elevator- and all that awaits below.
Down in the basement of the club, Pierre takes Max to the gloryhole and the fun continues! Max has been wanting to suck on Pierre's huge dick all night long and he couldn't wait to get his hands on it! You could tell it was Max's first time doing anything like that and judging by the smile on his face- I think he'll be back there again very soon. Once Pierre's cock was all wet he was ready to play Max right there on the floor! Who needs a bed when you have passion, right?
Episode Two: Last week in Episode 1 on Project GogoBoy, we got a sneak peek into the sordid, sexy lives of rival gogoboys and best frenemies Jake Bass and Max Ryder and DJ Pierre Fitch. This week, we learn more about Max's career as a gogoboy, and how he's been taken under the wing of the spiritual, peace-loving club owner Gabriel Clark. Gabriel believes in treating his dancers with support, respect and love, and his philosophy toward his club is that dancers are there to act as vessels of relief for overworked patrons - unlike some clubs in the area which are "enough to give you nightmares."
Cut to Sebastian Young and Tommy Defendi, owners of the seediest club in the city. According to Sebastian, this place is "not a homeless shelter or a pitbull rescue." His boys are there to make as much money as possible, then go home. One of the main dancers at the club is Seth Knight, who appears to be just another naive dancer, only wanting to be admired. However, when Sebastian and Tommy refuse to give Seth a better schedule, Seth decides to pull a Max Ryder and manipulate his way to the top. As Seth says, "They have no idea what's coming."
Episode Three: In the first episode, we saw Max Ryder and Pierre Fitch sneak away from the DJ booth to have an elevator tryst, ruining Jake Bass's set in the process. This week, we see Max and Jake doing what frenemies do best: shopping and being snarky! Throughout the entire outing, Jake can't stop ribbing Max about hooking up with Pierre, harping over and over again about Max's "Pierre obsession". Max tries not to let it bother him, but later that night, when Max discovers Jake's been spreading rumors, the tension comes to a head and the boys explode into an epic fight, moving officially from "frenemies" to just plain "enemies."
Now that Max and Jake's friendship is on the rocks, Jake decides to try to drive a wedge between Max and Pierre by cozying up to Pierre. While gossiping by the pool, Jake spills to Pierre that he's got a hot date that night with an iPad boy from the club.
This iPad boy, Stephen Forest, wasn't always an iPad boy. In fact, he used to be one of the best dancers at XL. But Jake Bass has a policy to never date other gogoboys ("It's way too much drama"), and he really wanted Stephen. "I didn't get him fired," Jake says. "I gave him an opportunity to be with me." Stephen was confused by his sudden demotion, but seems to totally forget that he's no longer a dancer when he and Jake go out that night. Even with Max lurking in the background, Jake and Stephen manage to have a great time, dancing, touching, and fucking the night (and morning) away.
Episode Four: This week, we leave the Jake/Max/Pierre drama behind (but don't worry - next week's final episode will blow. your. mind.) and get back to one of the sexiest parts of being a gogoboy: the art of the lap dance/private dance. Our favorite rival club owners Sebastian Young, Tommy Defendi and Gabriel Clark give their opinions about what makes the perfect private dance, while Max Ryder and Seth Knight show us how they work. Gabriel Clark, the ultimate teacher, lets us in on a training session with his newest dancer, Arnaud Chagall. Gabriel tells Arnaud it's important to always leave the client wanting more, but when Gabriel's the client, Arnaud just can't help himself! Alone in the storage room, Gabriel and Arnaud let go of all their inhibitions and take the boss/employee relationship to a whole new level as they break every rule in the book. When you work for Gabriel, that's just part of the job!
Episode Five: This week on Project GogoBoy, the drama is back - with a vengeance! In Episode 3, Jake's gossiping turned Pierre against Max, and now Seth Knight is pissed because of rumors Jake spread about Max badmouthing him. With everyone turning against him, Max is starting to have second thoughts about his job as a gogoboy. He confesses he's been treating the whole thing like a game, manipulating people and sleeping around to get to the top.
That night at the club, the tension between Max and Jake reaches a breaking point, with their competitiveness at an all-time high. After Jake collapses from all the stress, Max tries to help him out, and the next day, feeling guilty for all the rumors he's spread, Jake asks Max to meet him so he can apologize - after all, what reality show would be complete without a heartfelt apology between frenemies?
However, as Jake apologizes, Max lets it slip that Jake's not the hardworking angel he claims himself to be - he's actually had a boyfriend this entire time! Jake admits that he's less than perfect and then offers Max some valuable advice about how to get serious about his work as a gogoboy. Max takes the advice and starts taking gogo lessons from club owner Gabriel Clark.
Max is known as Gabriel's "teacher's pet", but it looks like the New Max might not be as pure as we thought. After a long, hard lesson, Gabriel takes Max to his yoga studio to help him release his tensions and anxiety... What follows is going to blow your mind away. I won't give you all the secrets but I'll just say - it's the world's BIGGEST yoga orgy. And, believe me, you haven't seen anything like this before!
Episode Six: Everyone knows that a good reality show has to end with a reunion special and Project Gogo Boy is no different! Today, I'm excited to bring you the long awaited reunion episode hosted by legendary NYC drag performer Hedda Lettuce!
Max, Jake & Pierre bare it all and reveal why they said the things they said and why they acted the way they did. There are no more secrets and all the cards are on the table. Full of everything you'd expect from a reunion special, this one has it all: No-holds-barred arguments, jealousies resurfacing, and frenemies facing off. The shows top gogo boys, Max Ryder and Jake Bass have been going at each other's throats all season long as they battled it out for the top box. In this explosive reunion special, viewers will see the REAL Max and Jake and witness the truth about their "friendship."
And just when you thought it was all finally starting to make sense, the love triangle reveals its LAST SHOCKING SECRET with an amazing sexplosion that will leave you jacking off for days!