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24 Questions You’ve Always Wanted to Ask a Gay Porn Star

Published On: September 23, 2021
Written By: Bianca Sutton

Most of us have watched porn, some of you’ve probably even clumsily attempted filming yourself on a shitty iPhone camera, only to delete it after your own cumming face put you off sex for weeks. The internet has given any aspiring porn star an opportunity to upload their amateur work of art for all to see, which in turn has dramatically changed the industry over the last decade. There was a time when the only access to porn was through the beaded doors of your local video store or by inconspicuously trying to reach whatever magazine you could from the top shelf of the rack. Teens today will never understand the stress that came with watching a VHS at 3 am on low volume, finger hovering over the remotes off button, ready in case a family member decided to investigate the low groaning sounds coming from the lounge.

Our new series Boy Boy Montréal takes a look into Montreal’s gay porn industry, a major hub on the international scene, with six professional models revealing all the secrets you wanted to know about the porn star life. Head over to OUTtv.com now to catch up on the new series.

After asking the world of Reddit, “If you could ask a gay porn star any questions… what would it be?” we caught up with Trent King, Sky Knoxx, and Edward Terrant from the docu-series to ask them 24 Questions You’ve Always Wanted To Ask A Porn Star…

Aside from your dick, what is the hardest part of being a gay porn actor?

SK: Waiting for a scene partner’s cum shot. Some of these boys have a hard time cumming and some even do a fake cumshot.
TK: lol…I would say the hardest thing is early morning starts! 

What pays better – top or bottoming?

SK: Your Name, Talent, and Reputation are what pays.
ET: Although I am versatile, I have only really filmed as a bottom. As far as I know, we all get paid generally the same regardless of position.

Do you get recognized when you are out? How do you deal with that?

ET: I do sometimes get recognized when I go out, it really depends on where I am. I’m more than happy to say hello when people approach me & I’ve found everyone I’ve met is really kind!
TK:  I get recognized very often …I just approach the person like any other person..if they ask for a picture or just want to chat.

How do you feel about gay-for-pay male porn stars?

TKI applaud them for doing something that isn’t necessarily natural for them

SK: I have no problem working with gay-for-pay actors.  It is a job like any other and anyone deserves to be able to work in this incredible industry. If a straight man is that confidant then props to him for finding and knowing what works for him.

ET:  I’ve filmed with many gay for pay models and in my experience, there has been no difference in developing a connection on a personal and sexual level between gay, bi, or straight models. I think people have a stigma against gay for pay; however, all of these guys are super open-minded and are judged simply because they identify as heterosexual.

Cast and Director of Boy Boy Montréal

How many gay porn stars are gay for pay?

SK:  I honestly don’t know the actual Percentage but if I had to guess I would say around 40%.  Also, I feel like sex is becoming such an open conversation and even gay men are exploring different sides of the sexual energy. For example, I recently filmed with a trans woman and I’m 100% gay.  You could say I took a page from the gay for pay handbook and loved that scene so much.

Do you ever take any performance-enhancing drugs?

ET: If viagra counts as performance-enhancing, then yes, otherwise no. The only reason I may take viagra on set is if it’s going to be a long day of shooting.

SK: Yes I have taken most drugs that are available.  Viagra, Celsius, and the injection Trimix. Working on set can be exhausting and they allow me to focus on my scene and give the best performance possible.

How many of your moans are legit?

SK: Moans are a huge part of studio porn.  The directors hate silence.  Of course, we have all gone overboard from time to time. Especially when the dick is small so you make more noise so that something is big in the scene.

How does working in porn impact your romantic life?

TK: Sometimes it does impact my romantic life because I want to have sex like a porn star lol but I do know how to separate the two

SK: I have had a lot of trouble in my romantic life.  I don’t ever date anyone in my industry so the men I date don’t get my job and seem to always have a problem eventually. I’m such a romantic and am waiting to find my true love that will get me in every kind of way.  For now, I’m learning to be in High Intimacy relationships, but that’s another story.

ET: I don’t have a solid definition of what romance is to me but I can say without about that I am not monogamous. I enjoy connecting with different types of people for individual reasons and I have found my career has actually improved my ability to have deeper connections with people.

Still from Boy Boy Montréal

Have you told your parents and friends? How do they feel about it?

TK: I have told my mother and the majority of friends I know and are extremely happy and love that they have a pornstar as a friend. My mother always accepted me for who I am

SK: I didn’t have to tell them.  I become so well known that they just found out. They are good with it and happy I’m successful but we just don’t talk about sex cause who wants to talk about sex with their parents.

Do you think straight men watch your content?

SK: Yes, I have had a few straight men admit that to me.  They tell me they love my pussy.

TK: All the time. Straight guys do approach me as well in the street and at parties.

What is one of the worst experiences you’ve had during filming?

SK: I recently just did a scene outside on a lake.  We had filmed most of the scene already and were near the end when we noticed a couple of leeches on our feet.  The director, other model and myself freaked out.  We were such little bitches trying to finish the scene.  But the worst part was I had douched in the lake and was imagining that a leech was up my booty hole. Thankfully that didn’t happen.

Do you enjoy your line of work or do you see it just as a job?

ET: I love my line of work! I look at porn as a form of art where I get to express different levels of myself in sexually creative ways.

SK: Both, yes it’s my job first but I happen to LOVE my job and I’m very good at it.

Who is your dream porn actor co-star?

SK: My dream co-star is François Sagat.

ET: Right now I have a big crush on Austin Wolf.

Is this your only job?

ET: Aside from being a porn actor I’m also a production assistant – I work behind the scenes for many studios building sets and working with models.

SK: Porn is my main job but that doesn’t only mean filming.  I also travel the world and host/dance events.  I also model for several clothing companies. My name is my brand and I will use it to make money in any way possible.  I have many plans for the future.

Still from Boy Boy Montréal

Do you strictly only have sex with men?

TK: I have sex with beautiful people.

ET: I have sex with both men and women and consider myself pansexual.

What is the weirdest thing you’ve had to do on camera?

ET: The weirdest thing I’ve ever had to do on camera was fake cry before the sex scene.

SK: I will always remember filming with Chi Chi LaRue for Falcon Studios and if you know Chi Chi you know how loud and vocal they are on set.  This one scene we were getting really into it so fast.  It was with Alex Mecum and our connection was incredible and Chi Chi felt it.  All of a sudden Chi Chi yells take his sock off with your teeth and make him choke on it.  I didn’t know if I would be into that but it was actually so hot and we made such a great scene that day.

Do you watch porn?

TK: I watch all types of porn

SK: I always prefer a real connection over Porn but yes I love Tim Tales.  Such BIG cocks!!!!

ET: I do watch porn, not my own, and surprisingly not that often.

Since the pandemic and the popularity of OnlyFans, how has this impacted the industry?

SK: OnlyFans has helped sex workers earn more money and really focus on their own passions and platforms. I will always prefer my studio Porn more and dedicate myself towards that first. 

Do you have an OnlyFans account?

TK: Yes I do have an OnlyFans account.

SK: Yes, I use it to show a different side of me and get close and personal.

ET: I do have an Onlyfans account – @Edward-Terrant 😉

Can you remember your first gay porn experience?

SK: I was cast as the lead in Men.com’s movie “The Huntsmen”. I remember being excited and nervous of course.  My first scene was shot in a tent so that made it a little more awkward. But when the directors couldn’t even tell this was my first scene I knew I was doing a great job and found my new home.

ET: Yes of course! My first gay porn experience was in Montreal for Masqulin with Markus Kage. I was very nervous at first but I actually surprised myself in the end and was very happy with the end results of the movie.

Still from Boy Boy Montréal

What will you do when you retire from porn?

SK: Porn will always be a part of my life.  I am Porn now and forever.  Whether I’m in front of the camera or behind.  This industry is my family now.  As far as future projects, I have many things I want to accomplish.

Have you ever hooked up (off of camera) or dated anyone in the industry?

TK: I have hooked up off camera before. I met my partner of 3 years from the porn industry.

ET: I have hooked up off camera with many guys in the industry, I believe that to be fairly common, never dated any though.

How do you perform if you aren’t attracted to the person you are filming with?

TK: Just gotta pull through and make it happen!

SK:  I become Skyy Knox and he is there to film Porn with whoever my scene partner is.  I have however said no to a few people.

What other questions do people always ask you about your job?

SK: They always just want to know what it’s like on set.  I give stories but unless you’re there you will never truly get it.  Also, people say “ When will you get a real job?”  Porn is one of the biggest industries in the world and people don’t realize that.  I love my job and am incredibly proud of my work and accomplishments.

Head over to OUTtv now to catch up on this seasons Boy Boy Montréal