Porn hits new low with Eric Garner ‘I Can’t Breathe’ protest parody

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Who knew police brutality was hot?

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As is the case with great art, such as Law and Order: SVU and other smart art things that I don’t know about, porn takes its inspiration from reality. In the case of this NSFW Bang Bros video “parodying” the recent police brutality protests in New York and around the U.S., however, it might’ve gotten a little bit too real.

“She wants equality? Well, she fucking got it!” the summary of the video says. “Hard cock down her throat and up her sweet lil cunt.” That is… not what equality means, Bang Bros.

In the preview for the video, “Protester Exercises Her Right To Take Cock” (trenchant!), performer Marsha May marches around the streets of Miami, chanting, “We can’t breathe.” Because the last words of police brutality victim Eric Garner are obviously boner fuel, a bunch of horny dudes follow her around and start chanting with her, before dragging her into a van and giving her hundreds in dollar bills, which she proceeds to rub all over her nipples because that’s what money is for, nipple cleaning.

Screengrab via BangBros

“Obviously, you want to make a difference. You know what helps anything for a cause? Money,” one of the men in the video says. Cut to Marsha fellating one of the men in the van, while the others chant, “She can’t breathe.” Then they have sex, but don’t worry, you guys—it’s with a condom. Nothing to get upset about here!

This isn’t the first time porn producers have used tragic real-life events for XXX inspiration, to utterly tasteless effect. Last month, a porn webseries called Border Patrol Sex caught flak for making light of the rape of migrant Mexican and Central American women.

Does it come as a surprise that porn producers can be sleazy? No. But there’s one way you can take a cue from the lady in the video: By fighting back with your dollars and not giving Bang Bros any money. Oh, wait, no one pays for porn anymore. Never mind!

H/T dlemoncomedy/Twitter | Screengrab via Bang Bros

EJ Dickson

EJ Dickson

EJ Dickson is a writer and editor who primarily covers sex, dating, and relationships, with a special focus on the intersection of intimacy and technology. She served as the Daily Dot’s IRL editor from January 2014 to July 2015. Her work has since appeared in the New York Times, Rolling Stone, Mic, Bustle, Romper, and Men’s Health.