Male Fantasy Not All that Fantastic
I think a lot of dudes probably get off on the idea of seeing two hot twins make out with each other. But when you really think about it … well, that’s “twincest.” And that’s kind of gross, actually.
A matched pair of burlesque dancers charge in a shocking new lawsuit that they were pressured to perform “twincest.”
In papers filed in Manhattan Supreme Court, “Porcelain Twinz” Heather and Amber Langley say the owner of a Manhattan nightclub bullied them into performing sexual acts on each other in private with him and on stage in their erotic show.
While the Langleys had made a ca reer out of simulating sex acts with each other on stage, they “are identi cal twin sisters who never before have engaged in incestuous sexual relations with each other either privately or professionally within the confines of their performance art,” their suit says.
He told them to get in to bed with him, and “required” them “to remove their underwear before demanding” oral sex from them, the suit says.
He then allegedly ordered them to engage in oral sex with each other.
Around the same time, he also allegedly demanded they change their erotic show to include “actual sex acts” with each other using sex toys.
Twincest is a lot like Coors Light — sure, it’s beer. But it’s also Coors Light. And that just ain’t right.