The Mass is an ancient Christian rite of worship memorializing the Last Supper. It’s a ritual meal during which the congregation is offered the body and blood of Christ in the form of bread and wine. But the Mass has even older, pagan roots in which gods or figures of divine worship were ritually ‘consumed’ by their followers, sometimes in the form of animal sacrifice. In our video, the object of worship is a beautiful young man’s body on the altar of Eros.
Notice that Troye, the object of worship, is very detailed about what he wants, about what he desires. He asks for what he wants throughout the entire ritual. Based on his desires, he requests touch to those parts of his body where he wants attention, and those parts of his body where he requires worship by his attendant priests, Ray and Jack. In a manner more real than symbolic, they ‘eat him up’!
But they respond only to his desires and give him what he wants. In the end, they devour him, his cum, his flesh, in a ritual that symbolizes complete union with him. Our sex can be an act of worship, of ritual consumption of the lover, who honestly shares his desires with us while we seek to fulfill those desires in our own intimate ways.