Congressional candidate posts sex tape featuring himself
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Featured Image Credit: Itkis Campaign/Bucket List Bonanza
A congressional candidate and major in the US Army Reserve has publicly released his own sex tape in a bid to bring sex rights to the forefront of politics.
Prepare to still be in a state of slight shock:
On Itkis' campaign website, his homepage states he 'actively oppose[s] the conservative idea that sex should only happen between a man and a woman who are married to each other'.
As well as promoting a 'sex positive approach' Itkis hopes to 'decriminalize and legalize sex work' as well as 'decriminalising sex between consenting adults' and making sexual rights 'explicit'.
"End government involvement in marriage – no discrimination based on marital status," one of the candidate's main points resolves.
Itkis released his own sex tape, titled 'Bucket List Bonanza' in a bid to essentially put his money where his mouth is.
The 13-minute recording - filmed in two halves - shows the congressional candidate alongside porn star Nicole Sage.
According to Pornhub, the first was filmed in July 2021 and the second in October 2021.
The 'conversation piece' as Itkis describes it, was first made public three months ago.
Itkis told City and State: "If I would just talk about it, it wouldn’t demonstrate my commitment to the issue. And the fact I actually did it was a huge learning experience, and it actually influenced items on my platform."
The video shows both Ikis and Sage gaining consent from one another for both filming their actions as well as also consenting to having sex.
Sage states: "No one is forcing me to be here. I am not under the influence of drugs or alcohol."
The recording subsequently acts as an example of a type of ethical porn - where performers discuss their sexual boundaries and let viewers see them giving consent as well as setting a safe word. They also discuss their STD checks.
Ikis also explains on the video's PornHub page why he decided to not use a condom in the recording - which was to promote his stance against the Supreme Court's overturning of the Roe v Wade ruling earlier this year in June and his belief that abortion should be accessible to all.
As per his website: "Right to NOT become a parent in case of pregnancy – redefine abortion debate as a right to unplanned sex
"Men should not be required to support biological children without prior agreement."
UNILAD has contacted Mike Itkis and Pornhub for comment.
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