Hi. My name is Scott. I am a brand-new Contributor here at The Sword. As time goes on we will get to know each other better but I want you to focus on the words you’re reading, not the person writing them. Porn is an inherently aesthetic medium: Put two hot guys together, roll tape, let them fuck. Adult film models are required to have a certain X-Factor (or is it XXX-Factor?) when it comes to how attractive they are. But the truth is, people of all shapes, sizes, and creeds work in this industry.
Whether you work in porn or just watch it, you are bound to have an opinion about it: “That model’s so hot.” That scene wasn’t lit right, I couldn’t see the penetration.” “GIVE ME MORE STORYLINES!” All fine, well, and good. My goal as a writer is to focus on the opinions themselves, by removing as many distractions as possible. If it’s a model interview, the focus is on the star of the show, not the guy asking the questions.
You’ll see me consciously remove myself from the narrative because I am not the story. My goal is and always will be adding a bit of a “human interest” while keeping it sexy. Sure, we know Ian Greene is a great bottom. But what do we really know about him beyond how well he takes dick?
Porn let’s so many people (viewers, performers, and content creators alike) express themselves in so many ways. We have all found find ourselves in the scenes, living vicariously through Michael Del Ray or JJ Knight. And I know for fact that porn leads many to the awakening of their own sexuality. Performers facilitate that on camera. It is one of my greatest joys in life to facilitate that with a computer’s keypad.
I will always back my opinions on up with facts. I will always make sure to report Gay news accurately. When talking to a model, I will always ask the questions you would want asked. I hope to make you laugh, cry, think, and maybe even cum. Welcome to my little corner of The Sword.