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  1. You have to have sex with straight

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So there’s this thing called “gay for pay”, right? And it’s when straight actors choose to make the leap into gay porn. It happens with surprising regularity (most of your favorite actors are probably straight), and while some people cast aspersions, saying that these men must be at least bi, it might be more to do with that aforementioned cash. Gay porn pays at least three times more than straight porn, by all accounts, so you can see the incentive. And when having sex is a job, does it really matter whether you’re  a Debbie or a Dirk? For gay actors though, this isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. I mean, no one assumes that their porn partners are all in it for the fun, but how much worse must it be knowing that the guy screwing isn’t even into dick?

Which leads us nicely to…

  1. You have to have sex, all the time, for moneygay porn star

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Sounds great right? I mean, who wouldn’t love that? The thing with porn though, is that it’s not as good as it (sometimes) looks on screen. That spontaneous, passionate, rough alley fuck probably took about 5 hours to film, with multiple takes, stopping and starting to get the right shot, and a full crew standing over you and a dick of a director barking orders at you. And you may have to “pop”, on cue, a number of times…

3. You’re only as good as your last performance

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And the measure of a man’s performance isn’t his length or girth, it’s his ability to “pop”. If you’re having an off day and you’re find it, ahem, hard to relax, you might not be in the right headspace. That might mean you can’t get to climax as quickly as the crew, director and, crucially, your fellow performer(s) might want you too. Or worse – you might not be able to come at all. In that case, tired producers and directors will be scrambling to find a way to salvage the scene, asking you to “fake” an “internal pop”, in either orifice, while your colleague pretends not to be entirely bored…

  1. Your day job might be at risk

 

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Imagine it – you have a fairly good job, but you decided to do some porn on the side to help pay of your student loans, or give you access to that free spending life you’ve always wanted. So you do more. But you keep the day job. Until that one day, a colleague walks in and starts whispering to the rest of the team, casting glances and sniggers in your direction. You’re paranoid – maybe this time someone’s seen your movies… Suddenly that stage name doesn’t seem like it affords much protection, eh?

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While many performers out there have come clean, so to speak, about their career and their families are supportive, it’s more likely that your porn career is secret – your desire to liberate yourself sexually and earn some hard cash while you do it is your own affair.

It must be the ultimate indignity then to have a family member or friend recognise you one night while they’re rubbing one out. Sure, it probably left them feeling more than a little awkward (“Do I stop now, or keep going?”) but that’s not half as bad as you’re going to feel when the whispers and rumours start…