I am amazed by all the online porn. I used to think of porn as being dominated by. A couple of companies that did videos and a handfull of gorgeous hunks who were probably using their porn fame to make big bucks as escorts. But now! There seems to be dozens of websites catering to every taste with zillions of guys,lots are just ordinary, attactive men, but not male model types. They can'tall be escorts!? Most look like they are educated, have lives, careers, doing some porn on the side for shits and giggles. Have you ever done this?Aren't you afraid of it coming back to haunt you. I
ll admit, I am interested in doing this, but I am afraid of it hurtingmycareer.
I love it
Think of it another way OP. Why should someone be paid big bucks for doing something EVERYONE would like to do.
What's your career, OP? You're barely a typist!
What R3 said, squared.
OP, buy a bunch of fake neck tattoos and use (or YOUSE in your case) them when you shoot porn. That way you'll be able to deny it's you should anyone come (cum) across your online work.
R3 and R4
Grow up assholes. I PAY people to type for me. In fact, I'ma better typist than any of them. In fact I'm a AMAZINGLY skilled touch typist- who does touch typing anymore? Most of you probably don't even know what that is. The fact is i was using the crappy popus keyboard on my Ipad. Impossible to use and ipad keeps filling in words and using wrong puncuation. I am typing this FLAWLESS message using a wireless keyboard.so FUCK OFF.
That's my point. All these "just regular guy" guys doing it for fun, not money. Aren't they afraid it will hurt them and their careers? I'm thinking of doing it, I am self employed, but I'd be afraid it would hurt my standing in my profession.
[quote] I am self employed, but I'd be afraid it would hurt my standing in my profession.
If you're self-employed as a rentboy, it will only enhance your standing in your (and the world's oldest) profession.
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