I did a 24-hour Q+A session on my Instagram page last year. Here's a bumper compilation of all my answers. Hopefully, I'll do another one soon. Follow orson.deane on Insta to ask a question when the time comes.
I had a lot of fun shooting this job interview scene with Paddy O'Brian and Alter Sin, our super talented director. Both were amazing to work with. Fun fact: I'd never worn a ball gag before either... and it probably won't be the last time.
Bald-headed Orson Deane is interviewing for a new job with chiseled hunk Paddy O’Brian. He really wants the job but doesn’t have all the skills necessary. The hairy-chested hunk does have one skill he thinks will be a great asset; he’s great at sucking dick! Dark-haired Paddy is more than willing to give him a test run as he whips out his massive, throbbing cock. Athletic Orson gets down on his knees and gets to work slobbering and gagging before opening up his ass for dick insertion.
What's the one way I could turn the interview round? The answer is of course: play to Paddy's weaknesses. We all know he loves that fat dick getting serviced. So watch him eat me out, pound my hole, and smack my ass so hard his hand print outlasts the scene. I swallow his load to finish off. Check out the trailer at Men.com below.
Bad sex gets in the way of positive emotions and negative feelings get in the way good sex. The former is generally understood, but the latter not so much. If we don't feel connected with our partners, we won't be having the best sex.
As an adult entertainer (in that I am an adult who enjoys entertaining), I've noticed performers' ability to compartmentalize. This seems to be a magnification of what's happening to gay men generally, as sex now seems to take place in a different head space to discussions around mental health and fulfilling relationships.
Rather than engaging in sex as something all-encompassing, shared between two people (this could be a phenomenal dickdown, not necessarily romantic), more and more guys are approaching sex as if it were a kind of performance.
DOING IT LIVE
This is no more apparent than in sex clubs - where 'being seen to fuck' becomes a major turn on - and during live sex shows. Some club-goers dismiss these shows as being too rehearsed, but they are rarely ever rehearsed.
Sometimes, performers aren't interested in each other beyond the paycheck. It's not always easy to spot since the facial expressions associated with theatrical sex work are now commonplace among attendees too. Even if performers do fancy each other, mismanagement and organisational upsets might throw them off.
Personally, I can have a lot of fun doing sex shows, but when I broke up with my boyfriend a week ahead of our performance together, I found myself struggling. Needless to say, my emotions got tangled up and the show was anti-climactic .
Later, I realised I'd learned some lessons: a) think very carefully before arranging a sex show with someone you love, b) you can never be certain as to why someone's not 'feeling it', and c) my head is still connected to my dick. I don't want that to change.
WILL FUCK FOR FANS
Homemade sex videos were once near-impossible to watch due to poor camera work and bad lighting, which was hot in its own way. Now, Onlyfans and similar platforms have brought about a new genre: fake sex made to look 'real'.
I won't go so far as to dismiss all of this content as a pretense, but a large proportion of it is. What's going through a model's mind as they enact their viewers' fantasies with a queue of fellow porn actors? Often: the steaminess of their sex face, the arch in their back, the elimination of positions in which they look fat. They're going through the motions.
The presumption that these adventures are never staged is misplaced. Some boys don't have sex at all unless they can monetize it (cum is a finite resource). Which begs the question, when does the razzmatazz get left behind?
SEX BY NUMBERS
Endless tweets from your favourite pornstars announcing they've just fucked each other (or someone new) might make you think you're not getting enough action, but instead of asking 'who's fucking who?', ask 'who's actually enjoying themselves?'.
Am I alone in thinking the quality of sex (or its perceived quality) decreases the more you have it? Whereas, the more I engage in other people's quirks, the better I tend to connect with them - which can happen on set too - and leads to a more cohesive sexscapade. It's the old cliché: quality over quantity.
When we let go of our hangups and seek fun rather than just sex, our experiences become intimate and ravenous. The more we pretend emotions shouldn't be involved, the more they rebel against us (when we could least do with the hassle).
Passion is not a commodity. We shouldn't deny it to ourselves just because it's harder to film. We're all human, so we should ask ourselves: why do something if we're not having fun?
I'm back in the game. New name. Hairier face. I've been making home movies, doing the occasional studio scene, and fucking fit guys live on stage (it puts bread on the table). Keep your eyes peeled for new filth as it appears on my ManyVids page and heck, why not follow me on Twitter too.
As for the future: I'd like to do a cross between filthier more artier stuff. Something stylized and quirky, but not many studios have the money or the energy to create that kind of content. If they can't be confident that they'll see a return on their investment, why risk it? You greedy cunts are all watching PornHub these days. Shame on you.
Given more room for movement, I'm sure studios could find a happy halfway house somewhere between the bluster of a studio film and the banality of an OnlyFans account. If there are any visionary photographers or directors out there who want to reinvigorate the porn scene, I'm listening.