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You've never seen Pikachu quite like this.

You asked for it (or maybe you didn't, but too bad)—and now there is a gay Pokémon Go porn parody.

Jokes about poking a man aside, the new XXX video from Men.com is called Fuckémon Go, and its trailer video is pure safe-for-work silliness.

The cast includes a couple of hunky college boys playing Ash and Brock, along with a musclebound dude in yellow ears and lightning tail as "Peek-a-choo." 

There's also puns that play on existing game characters: Bulbasaur becomes "Buttplugosaur," which Ash and Brock manage to successfully catch with a Poké Ball toss in "the Gay Forest."

According to Rule 34, if something exists, there is a porn version of it. There must be a Rule 35 somewhere stating that if something exists, there is also gay porn of it.

Comments on the YouTube trailer ranged from calls to make a gay Sailor Moon parody, to sheer crippling horror, to criticisms over the lack of Asian actors cast in the video.

While the trailer is fully clothed, the full video (NSFW) promises to serve up a whole lot of hot man-on-man action.

Searches for Pokémon Go-related porn skyrocketed on adult tube sites after the game's release: xHamster told the Daily Dot in mid-July that anime, hentai, and Pokémon were the top searched categories, replacing typical searches for things like "MILF."

Most Poképorn released so far has been for fans of heterosexual sex, with WoodRocket's Strokémon being one popular title. There's even written erotica, delivered by strange sci-fi porn master Chuck Tingle in the form of his book Pokebutt Go: Pounded by 'em all.

Finally, gay Pokémon fans can get in on the action.

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