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Directed by: Jordan Firstman

Written by: Jordan Firstman and Charles Rogers

Cast: Charles Rogers, Jordan Firstman, Bridey Elliott, Clare McNulty, Cheri Oteri, Brendan Scannell 

Producers: Sarah Winshall, Kate Gill, Max Broude 

Executive Producers: Daniel Kellison, Mickey Meyer, Doug DeLuca 

TRT: 22 min. 

Country: USA 

Language: English



After being emasculated at a sales conference, gay couple Reese (Charles Rogers) and Peyton (Jordan Firstman) decide the only way to regain their confidence and prove their masculinity is to sleep with some women. When they meet fellow conference attendees and pleasure seekers Beth (Bridey Elliott) and Dominique (Clare McNulty), it seems like a perfect match. Unfortunately, sealing the deal is easier said than done.


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