YouTube vlogger Davey Davey is interested in just about all things ‘sex.’
So when he had a few minutes with gay-for-pay adult film performer Markus Kage, Davey had some questions about what a straight-identifying man might have learned from doing scenes in gay adult films.
Kage was pretty forthcoming and offered these five things he’s learned doing gay-for-pay scenes:
• Learning to have better control over fears he might experience, so when he tries something new, he doesn’t freak out in the moment. Kage says instead of leaning into scary-territory, he asks himself what it is that might make him uncomfortable so he can process the thoughts and move ahead with having fun.
• “Versatility is key when it comes to sex,” says the adult performer. And by that, he means he’s learned to unwind his old mindset needing to be a dominant alpha-male all the time.
• That led to a discussion about whether tops or bottoms work harder when it comes to sex. Kage initially believed being on the bottom bunk was easier. But when it comes to getting ready to shoot a scene that might go on for hours, he acknowledged there’s definitely more ‘prep work’ involved for the receptive partner.
• When he’s ‘in the moment’ of having sex, Kage looks for that ‘something’ about his partners that turns him on and makes the experience better. He also notes that being textbook ‘hot’ doesn’t always make for a great sex partner.
• Leaning into the intimate aspect of sex, being more connected with his partners (versus just being in your own headspace) not only has made the act of sex better, but helped him grow into being a better person.
I know the gay-for-pay thing can rub some folks the wrong way (bisexual, whatever…), but Kage has a charming way about him in the short video – and he’s pretty easy on the eyes. Plus, it’s clear he put some thought into what he’s saying here.
Hit the play button below (language NSFW) and you’ll see what I mean.
And since it is Hump Day, let’s take a look at Kage’s Instagram for a bit of eye-candy: