The invisibility of Indigenous people in heteroporn and the lack of scholarship around this absence is the focus of this chapter. This contemporary absence is positioned historically as a symptom of settler colonial representative structures that have, at various times, deployed pornographic strategies in representations of Indigenous people. This chapter asks: Why is Indigenous sex and desire not co-opted, exploited or misread into racial pornographic fantasies consumed by settlers? Why aren’t settlers producing pornographic “Native” narratives that intensify race and desire and allow the possibility of Indigenous identification and critique within dominant cultural modes? This chapter examines the absence of Indigenous porn actors and argues against the hypervisual fetishising of Black bodies that dominates racialised porn discourse by placing this absence within the context of legal, political and military neocolonial Indigenous elimination strategies.