Gag Factor

Gag Factor is a series of pornographic films made by JM Productions featuring rough deep throating (irrumatio). Most scenes in the films have an actress who hangs her head over the side of a bed, and a male actor who thrusts his penis down her throat. The goal is to make the actress gag and thereby coat her face in mucus, saliva, occasionally vomit and eventually semen.

The makers of the films refer to the women participants as "victims" and ask them to respond to the name "Head". The series won the AVN Award for 'Best Oral-Themed Series' in 2003 and 2004. The series motto is "The best throatfucking ever lensed". The movies also feature some of their female "victims" wearing black tape over their eyes in the shape of X's.

Gag Factor 1 was released in 2000.

In October 2007, a Phoenix jury found Gag Factor distributors, Five Star DVD, guilty of transporting obscene materials, Gag Factor 18, across state lines.

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