Matthew Camp Covers Attitude Magazine “There’s Nothing Shameful About Sex”

Former go-go dancer turned social media influencer, hunky Matthew Camp covers the new issue of Attitude Magazine.

Camp first found his spotlight at the age of 21 in the New York City club scene as a go-go dancer.

From there he landed roles in indie movies like Getting Go: The Go Doc Project (loosely based on his life) and the experimental Sock Job which sent him into a new orbit.

Today, the 34-year-old social media star is utilizing his 550,000+ followers on Instagram to fuel his creative endeavors like designing his own fashion and fragrance line as well as pump up the volume about his OnlyFans account where he can share his own sexually-based content with fans for a monthly fee.

In December, Camp told me he was preparing a new video project that delves into a person’s sexual personality by exploring formative sexual experiences from their past.

The format will be a hybrid of documentary/experimental art film.

In the new issue of Attitude Magazine, Camp explains his own vision for how, what and where he shares himself to fans.

“I’d wanted to shoot sex videos for a while because I feel there’s this divide between art and sex,” he tells Attitude. “I don’t see them as different. They’re both an emotional expression.”

“I like the OnlyFans aspect because you can curate your own, and share them with people,” he adds.

“It’s important to document sex because there’s nothing wrong with it, there’s nothing shameful about it and there’s nothing crazy about it,” says the sex-positive advocate. “You should be able to watch sex as entertainment.”

The internet sensation also points out that, “Everyone’s body is a commodity – whether they realise it or not.”

“To me, there’s no difference between somebody standing behind a cash register for 10 hours a day and another person who has sex for 10 or 20 grand a month,” explains the California-born influencer. “Who’s having more fun?”

Raising the ‘pleasure principal,’ (if you will) Camp says, “It’s about life choices, and people being indoctrinated with guilt about enjoying their life.”

Check out Matthew’s full photo shoot and interview in the Attitude Body Issue, out now.

I interviewed Camp for my podcast not long ago where shared his thoughts on blurring the lines between sex and art. I found him to be a great interview.

(h/t Attitude)

Did An Uber Driver Request Sex In Exchange For A Free Ride?

Matthew Marston says an Uber driver offered him a free ride for sex
Matthew Marston says an Uber driver offered him a free ride for sex

I know you should tip your driver, but this might be a bit much.

Orlando resident Matthew Marston was just trying to get to work on Monday when he fired up Uber on his phone and ordered a ride.

What he wasn’t prepared for though was the text message he received from the driver once his fare was accepted.

According to local NBC affiliate WESH, the Uber driver reportedly sent Marston a message which read, “Hey, I’ll give you a free ride if you let me (commit a sexual act).”

Clearly, Marston was stunned, telling WESH, “I was shocked. It felt uncomfortable.”

Uncomfortable? Umm, yeah…you could say that.

Even though it was 3AM in the morning, Marston cancelled the ride. But Uber slapped him with a $5 cancellation fine.

He admits he had to think twice before ordering a new Uber, but he had to get to work, so he tuned up the app once again. This time with no complications.

Marston says he tried to get in touch with Uber but hasn’t been able to get anyone from the freelance transit company to respond.

Bob Hazen of WESH called the phone number for the driver but the call went straight to voicemail.

Hazen spoke with an Uber spokesman who said they were aware of the incident and investigating. They also relayed that Marston’s $5 had been refunded.

Uber told Hazen that the company was looking into whether another person could have accessed the account and sent the offending text.

(h/t WESH)

Survey: 14% Of Americans Have Had Sex In The Workplace

A new survey shows 14% of Americans have had sex at work

The New York Post recently reported on a new study shows that for those who do make a ‘love connection’ at work, a substantial number say they’ve done the deed at the office.

A survey of 2,000 Americans was commissioned by sex store EdenFantasys to explore the realities of romance in the workplace.

The results of the poll showed 14% of Americans admit to having sex at their place of employment.

Of those who engaged in office playtime, one in five revealed they were caught in the act.

More from the survey:

• 92% of those who engaged in an office romance said it made going to work more exciting

• Over half of the respondents said an office romance made them more ‘productive’

• One in ten admitted to having sex with their boss

• 34% of those folks say they did so to advance their career at work

• 17% of workplace romances cost someone their job

• 1 in 4 co-worker relationships end and result in awkward situations at work

• 60% of all workplace relationships end within 12 months

• However, there’s good news – 1 in 4 workplace romances end in marriage

• But 34% of workplace romances involve someone who’s already married or engaged

Let me know in the comments what you think? Have any of you shiny, happy people engaged in office playtime?

Yes, the photo above is from Sense8, but I wanted a pic of gays kissing and I like this one… 🙂

Video: Gay Sex Commercial

Cute, creative, thoughtful, “outside the box” approach to how we perceive sex.

Surprisingly safe for viewing at work.

From the creators:

“F**K THE HATE! Sex can be new and exciting, adventurous and amazing. But sometimes sex can become a routine. We decided to break this routine again and make a commercial that promotes sex (and thinking) in a colorful way. The first ever ‪#Gay‬ Sex Commercial. We hope, we can give the ‪LGBT‬ community something to celebrate. Because sex is not just one pencil and one sharpener – there is so much more in between!!”

Porn Star Danica Dillon Says She Had “Terrifyingly Rough” Sex With Josh Duggar – Twice

The hits just keep on coming for Josh “Sanctity of Marriage” Duggar, as In Touch Weekly drops the latest news about the former 19 Kids and Counting star.

A porn star named Danica Dillon has come forward with details about two sexual encounters Josh Duggar had with her. Apparently, the two occasions occurred when Josh’s wife, Anna, was pregnant with their fourth child.

From In Touch Weekly:

Danica — who passed a polygraph test conducted for In Touch by a top certified polygrapher on Aug. 24 — details her two sexual encounters with Josh in the new issue of +In Touch+, on newsstands now. The first occurred after Josh approached her at the Gold Club in Philadelphia, where she was performing, in mid-March and the second only a month later when Danica was performing at Creekside Cabaret in Colmar, Pa.

“He walked into the Gold Club like a normal patron and said he’d been a fan for a long time and has watched my career grow — he even said from before my boob job until recently — and that he loved watching my very first scene on [an adult website],” she tells In Touch. “Then it got creepy.”

After watching her show and “eyeballing me,” Danica says he bought $600 in private dances and then “asked me how would he be able to spend the evening with me.” She reveals to In Touch that Josh was violent with her when they had sex, he did not use protection and gave her thousands of dollars after their encounters.

Danica admits she “took the opportunity because Josh offered to gift [her] $1,500.” But soon after Josh arrived at her hotel room, things got rough.

“He was manhandling me, basically tossing me around like I was a rag doll,” Danica, whose real name is Ashley Lewis, and although the sex was consensual, “It was very traumatic. I’ve had rough sex before, but this was terrifying.”

Josh, identified as one of the cheating spouses in the Ashley Madison hack, confirmed in a statement that he was unfaithful and had a pornography addiction: “I have been the biggest hypocrite ever. While espousing faith and family values, I have secretly over the last several years been viewing pornography on the Internet and this became a secret addiction and I became unfaithful to my wife.”

“I think that after I come out, there will probably be plenty more girls after me,” Danica tells In Touch. “I actually really hope that his wife leaves him and takes his children away from him and leaves him a lonely, bitter man. I don’t think he deserves happiness.”

New Study Suggests Men Who Watch Porn Have “Better” Sex Lives

A new study published in the online journal Sexual Medicine by researchers from UCLA and Concordia University indicates that watching porn may encourage a stronger sex drive.

In the past, it has been theorized that porn could have a desensitizing effect on male sex drive.

From Huffington Post:

The researchers found that men who watched porn at home were more aroused when they watched “vanilla” porn in the lab, suggesting that watching that watching porn may not have a desensitizing effect, as is commonly said. The researchers also found no correlation between watching porn and erectile dysfunction.

“Viewing more sex films was associated with a stronger sex drive, including the desire to have sex with a partner, so sex films may be able to ‘stoke the fire,’” Prause told The Huffington Post in an email.

(h/t Gaily Grind)

UK: New ad for safe sex pushes the envelope

The International HIV/AIDS Alliance has created an ad to promote safe sex, which airs tonight on Britain’s Channel 4.  Box springs creaking and bouncing; couples of all ages, sizes and flavors getting all romantical.

From The Independent:

The 60-second television spot, which has been described as one of the most provocative ads to be screened on British television, has already started tongues wagging amongst industry experts, and looks set to get pulses racing as well when it’s broadcast at 11.45pm and 12.05am on Friday night – the only terrestrial showing it will receive.

The aim of the raunchy advert is not to shock, however, Awo Ablo, Director of External Relations at the International HIV/AIDS Alliance explains: “It’s arresting. Our motivation for the advert comes from something that we’ve known for a couple of years now. Our polling says that people, internationally, don’t care about HIV/Aids.”

“We hope the advert educates in a way that it is joyful and expresses what we feel about safe sex: that it is something to be enjoyed and something that helps save lives.”

Take a look below. Warning – NSFW.