(Las Vegas, NV) March 2, 2019 – GQ Associate Editor Benjy Hansen-Bundy sat down with men of the adult industry to discuss what it’s like to be a male adult star in 2019, illustrated by shoots with celeb photographer Roger Kisby.
The GQ article, “What It’s Like to Be a Male Porn Star in 2019”, which has been online at GQ.com since February 28, includes multiple subjects such as Ryan Driller, Ricky Johnson, Small Hands, Derrick Pierce, Michael Vegas, and Tommy Pistol, and covers topics like Pornhub, content trade shoots, relationships, mental health, and deals with a lot of misconceptions about the industry as a whole.
Lance Hart discussed producing and performing in straight, gay, and bisexual porn, male escorting and what he chooses not to do.
“It was amazing to sit down with a mainstream men’s magazine and really let them know what it’s like to be an adult star,” says Hart. “There are a lot of misconceptions about our industry and the people in it and this article clears some of that up.”
Award-winning leading man Ryan Driller, who had a plethora of interviews in Vegas last month, said one of his most prolific was with GQ, with Kisby snapping pics at his suite in the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.
Driller discussed how he got into the biz, the reality of auditions, what it’s like to film VR, and more.
“It was one of my favorite interviews of my career… I mean it’s GQ and all,” says Driller. “The photo shoot was my best part – Kisby said it was the most GQ shoot he’s ever done, which is pretty amazing.”
Read the article in its entirety at https://www.gq.com/story/male-porn-star-2019.
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