The full interview is here. Below, our pullquotes.
On his first sexual experience:
Well, my first sexual experience was with another guy on my hockey team when I was about 14.You know how hockey players, they’re really contact-heavy, slapping on the ass, gay innuendo — that’s how it started. I was with that guy for about two years but we were both closet cases. He remains a closet case to this day.
On gay-for-pay closet cases:
They’re in such denial. Because the thing is, if you really need money, there are other things you can do but take a big dick in your ass.
On Manhunt-induced blue balls:
OnTheHunt rented this house with about 20 guys to film scenes, and I was really flirting with this one guy. I convinced him to come to my bedroom, but he said, “Wait wait, I’m sorry, I can’t have sex with you, Mr. Hall!” He called me Mr. Hall! See, there was no sex allowed unless it was in front of a camera. So I ran out of the bedroom and I was yelling at the CEO of Manhunt for not letting me have sex with this boy.
And in case you missed it, here’s a video of someone who showed up to Jeremy Hall’s OnTheHunt set, then turned and walked away. (Warning: it’s NSFW, and it will make you confused and angry.)
Wannabe Porn Star Turns In Idiotic Performance for Manhunt (NSFW)
Happy Birthday Jeremy Hall
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