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Marc Dylan expressed extreme passion for bareback sex according to SX Videos (Thanks Estelle)

Marc_dylan_01From SX Video "I rarely ever decide to comment about the things spoken out against SX Video, the films we produce, or the encompassing genre of bareback porn for that matter, but semi-recently one of our former models, Chris Gabriel of Bareback Me, Please! released a comment about his experience in shooting bareback porn which I believed deserved a clarifying retort. In August 2011, just two short months after shooting a scene with us here at SX Video, Chris Gabriel (now going by the name Marc Dylan) sat down with JC Adams of The Adams Report to respond (in an attempt to repair his image) to the backlash he was facing from switching to porn companies that shot with condoms after primarily shooting bareback porn.

During this interview JC had asked Chris to share his experience with bareback porn and more specifically what made him feel uncomfortable about shooting sex scenes without the use of condoms, to which he replied "I was just kind of embarrassed that I did bareback porn since I am pretty safe in my personal life." He continued, "I don't want to be seen as someone who thinks bareback sex is a great choice or something I do regularly."

After I read this statement from him, I literally had to take a moment to laugh out loud! Aside from having a great body and face, one of the biggest turn-on's about casting Chris was the extreme passion he had expressed about bareback sex. He not only admitted to losing his virginity when he was younger while having sex without a condom, but he willingly voiced his eagerness to fuck without the use of condoms in his everyday life and his excitement to break into bareback porn. Although I foster no resentment to Chris or any individual that decides to change direction in the course of their career, I definitely feel one should own up to the things you do and say in your everyday life, as opposed to trying to hide behind a false image you create for yourself through the media."

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