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I’ll admit I was a bit shocked the first time I saw Brendan Maclean’s video for the song “House Of Air.”
The clip, released Jan. 30 and inspired by Hal Fischer’s 1977 essay “Gay Semiotics,” features graphic scenes of water sports, fisting and even coprophilia (look it up), but it wasn’t the sex that surprised me — it was seeing it showcased in a music video on YouTube.
Granted, it wasn’t long before the clip got yanked for violating the video site’s community guidelines. But it managed to rack up over 700,000 views in 10 days before it was pulled down. In many ways, that’s beside the point. What matters is that for a period of time, however brief, Maclean’s explicit celebration of gay sex and sexuality existed right alongside videos by Katy Perry, Kanye West, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and every other offering deemed innocuous enough to live on YouTube.
Though the video is no longer available for viewing on YouTube, the 29-year-old Australian singer isn’t exactly complaini
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