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Sean Cody’s Brandon gives his first ever interview, talks about his sexuality and doing porn

Jeff, aka Brandon, from Sean Cody is arguably the site’s biggest stars and every gay guy’s wet dream. But porn stars are much more than their chiseled bodies, which is something Jeff wants everyone to know. He’s a complex, interesting and yes, sexual person, but not just with anyone, something he elaborates on in his first ever interview with Str8upgayporn.

“Just because I did porn doesn’t mean I’m someone who is comfortable with giving up my body to just anyone,” he said. “When I decide to be intimate, I give that person a piece of my heart. I am a very passionate person with a very big heart, and that gets me in trouble sometimes. It gives me a lot of chances to have my heart broken, and to be taken advantage of. In the end, I think it’s worth it because what’s life without love, passion, and heartbreak?”

Porn for Jeff is “professional,” which is strictly different than his love life, which he’s quick not to pin down with a label.

“I don’t really believe in labels. I am what I am. I’m attracted to people, and while physically I’m attracted to the female body, mentally I don’t put boundaries or have guidelines on how I feel,” he said. “I grew up without a father figure, so this obviously affected the way I felt towards men. It made me very careful and almost shy around guys, but I grew up with two sisters and this made me very comfortable around females.”

As for what he’s up to right now, Jeff is busy working with his new business, “Cope With Fitness,” which he started as a way to help people see results from all their hard work at the gym. You can even download it on your smartphone right from the App Store.

“Cope With Fitness is a customized, 12-week workout program, consisting of a two or three part workout plan, changing your workout every four to six weeks so that your muscles don’t get used to what you’re doing. The goal is for you to look forward to going to the gym and seeing your body change, and doing this will prevent a plateau,” he explained.”

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And for those wondering if we’ll see any more of “Brandon,” fear not he’s not done with porn just yet.

“I wouldn’t say I’ve moved on, but…doing porn wasn’t exactly my number one career choice… Honestly, I wouldn’t say I’m done with porn. I would just say that I’m just expanding my career. I’m pursuing other things and knowing that, eventually, porn isn’t going to be there for me anymore.”

We sure hope he means it.

Read the rest of the interview over here.

h/t: Str8upgayporn

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