CockyBoys Pool Party Celebrates 10 Years, Str8Up Wins

NEW YORK—CockyBoys recently hosted a Show Your Pride pool party at owner/director Jake Jaxson’s upstate New York campground to celebrate Pride, the company’s 10-year anniversary and their six wins at the first-ever Str8UpGayPorn Awards.

CockyBoys walked away with six trophies for the studio and its exclusives. The studio was recognized by the panel of 12 judges as Best Studio, Best Director (Jake Jaxson, The Stillest Hour); Best Three-Way (Levi Karter, Colby Chambers and Mickey Knox); Best Performer and Best Ass went to Carter Dane; and Best Cock went to CockyBoy superstar Boomer Banks. CockyBoy exclusive performer Sean Ford, Boomer Banks, Levi Karter, Liam Riley, Ricky Roman, Carter Dane, Josh Moore, Calvin Banks, Beau Banks and Taylor Reign were all in attendance.

“The past week has been a blur, we were thrilled and honored to take home six Str8UpGayPorn Awards for our studios and exclusives,” Jaxson said. “I'm so incredibly proud our all of our performers work, but it's nice to see them honored for their hard work and effort. I must say the show was fantastic and even with high expectations it was better than I expected, it was respectful and supportive and beautifully done. It was a fun and entertaining night with industry, fans and colleagues.”

Two days later CockyBoys celebrated with the pool party at “Camp CockyBoys”.” The event doubled as a fundraiser, the cost of admission being that attendees show proof of their donation to one of a selected number of charities. Camp CockyBoys saw fans, performers and industry coming together to celebrate CockyBoys' 10 years in business with more than 20 current and past CockyBoys at the celebration  along with friends, affiliates and fans from their ever supportive community.  It was a unique event that was both playful, sexy, including one of the first ever porn star pie-eating contests.

“Year after year we hold a variety of  fundraisers and we truly have some of the most giving friends and fans,” photographer, videographer and co-owner of the site RJ Sebastian said. “So this year we figured we would let folks direct their giving to where they felt the need, and we agreed to match the donations. I was truly touched by how attentive people were to this approach.”

All total, more than $4500 was raised and directed to the following charities: Urgent Death Row Dogs, Ali Forney Center, Middle Atlantic Rescue, GLSEN, Trevor Project, ACPCA and Planned Parenthood. 

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