Search the trenches of PornHub all you want, you’ll still probably get freakier shit on FX’s American Horror Story. Bless that show. So far, fans have witnessed: Dylan McDermott jerk off on a baby table, Emma Roberts and Evan Peters partake in franken-sex, Connie Britton bone a man covered in head-to-tie black latex, a drill dildo-bearing addiction demon, and bloody threesomes. I think I’ve covered the general basis. Although Ryan Murphy gets most of the heat (and praise) for the concepts and on-screen penetration of epic proportions, it’s time his low-key partner-in-crime Brad Falchuck gets the spotlight.
Glancing at my watch, it looks like it’s Falchuck o’clock.
For obvious reasons, AHS sex scenes have made for some of the most graphic and groundbreaking television. Some have called the scenes “disturbing.” Others think they’re fugging amazing. I happen to agree with the latter because why the hell not. Then I met Brad Falchuck, the under-the-radar brains behind the operation. I wondered how much of the sex scenes are actually his say, as the co-executive producer. He surprisingly made me appreciate them even more.
Does he pull from real-life inspiration? His own fetishes? Would he have the guts to step in front of the camera and act them out himself? On the flip side, are these Ryan’s concoctions? Do they make him feel uncomfortable?
Get inside Brad’s head for a few moments and I guarantee you’ll a sexually-liberated person, going home to bae with new ideas like: