So Gonzales convinces his buddies, hot couple Tom International and Rickie Aran, to introduce him to bottoming. A torrid threeway ensues, with the three guys sucking and fucking in almost every imaginable position, ending with Aran taking Gonzaless huge load on his face and in his mouth. But Gonzales never ends up getting fucked.
He decides to try the anonymity of a sex party. On the way there, Gonzales meets huge-dicked Chad Hunt. Together they take part in a hot group scene in an art gallery that features returning Lucas stars Johnny Davis and Mitch Ryder, as well as newcomers A. Gabriel, John Robini and Jose Revieria.
Finally, Gonzales tells his pal Erik Martins about his talk with Bertolli. A broad-chested Mr. Clean type, Martins surprises his friend with the news that he is versatile. After fucking Martins, Gonzales finally loses his cherry when Martins fucks him in return.
This Uruguayan has a great combination package of face, body, ass, and dick. If we could just unscramble whatever the hell he's talking about all the time through his adorably thick accent we'd really be set! One of Rick's talents is that he's a professionally trained acrobat, and we constantly have to pull him away from walking around on his hands or doing cartwheels on the set to get him back to work. And if it hadn't been for one fate filled day in 1999, when Michael Lucas discovered the fun-loving Rick doing handstands for tourists in Stonewall Park on Christopher Street, we may never have had the chance to embark on this long-standing work relationship with him.
Tom International and Michael Lucas both knew each other way back to when they both still lived in Russia, where Tom was a famous journalist and author of many scandalous books. At one point, Michael even helped Tom find an apartment in the same building where Michael lived in New York's West Village, and then cast Tom in his very first porn movie. Since then, Tom has appeared in numerous adult films while continuing to push the envelope with his artistic pursuits: modeling for controversial photographers such as Bruce LaBruce, and successfully continuing to work on his provocative writing, photography, and drawings.