Further, Higher, Faster
A timeline of landmarks in extreme porn flight
Ever since man first dreamed of flying, he has also dreamed of filming people having sex while doing it. Here’s a brief history of pornographic manned flight.
1783. Joseph-Michel and Jacques-Étienne Montgolfier make the world’s first ever airborne adult movie. Up, up, and Have it Away is filmed in the gondola of their “globe aerostatique” 2,000 feet above Paris. The plot features a bored Parisienne housewife with big tits who orders a pizza to her hot air balloon, but then finds she hasn’t got enough money to pay the delivery man. 1903. The Wright Brothers film
Kitty Hawk Sluts 4 during a 150ft, 11-second hop in their aeroplane The Flyer. While Wilbur pilots the plane, Orville operates the handcranked camera, filming two local girls engaged in hot lesbian action on a bed fastened to one of the wings with rope.
1909. Pioneer aviator Louis Blériot films an X-rated movie entitled The White Tits of Dover during his record-breaking flight across the English Channel. In the POV flick, Louis finds a young woman stowed away in the footwell of his cockpit, and she volunteers to pay for her passage in kind. 1919. The pilots of the first plane to fly from America to Britain produce Alcock & Brown’s All Cock & Brown. As well as being the first movie made while crossing the Atlantic, the movie is also notable as being the earliest cinematic depiction of a double-anal cream pie.
1947. Aboard his Bell XS-1 experimental aircraft, US Air Force General Chuck Yeager writes and directs
Mach Me Ragged an adult movie which features the first bareback spitroast ever filmed at faster than the speed of sound.