Ex-Soldier Says He's '100% Straight' Despite Career As Gay Porn Star

Ex-Soldier Says He's '100% Straight' Despite Career As Gay Porn Star

A former soldier is insisting that he is ''100 per cent straight'' despite earning a successful living as a gay porn actor.

Daniel McGraffin, who hails from Wigan, England, goes by the the stage name of Geordie Jackson, and purportedly earns up to £1,000 ($1,282) a day, and his girlfriend, Freya, apparently has no problems with his lucrative, if not unconventional, career. 

McGraffin was featured on the Channel 5 documentary, The Sex Business: Swinging Both Ways, where he revealed that he spent six years in the artillery, driving vans down to tanks. However, he ultimately "snapped", and and went absent without leave, which landed him eight months in military prison.

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"When I was working as a DJ, there was a fan of mine, a girl, who worked as a dominatrix. She tells me about this guy, she says he's 'totally straight but does gay porn'", McGraffin revealed in the documentary.

He initially did a short shoot making £750 ($960), which piqued his interest in the career. He then landed a three-year contract with Lucas Entertainment, and hasn't looked back since.

Credit: Channel 5

"I did look into straight porn. In gay porn there's way less competition, and there's no money in straight porn. Lucas Entertainment are the biggest gay porn company in the world. For a straight guy, there's way more money in gay porn," he continued.

His girlfriend, Freya, has said that people often assume that her boyfriend must be bisexual, or gay, but she remains unfazed.

She said: "It's fake. People say he must be a little bit gay. When he gets back [from a shoot], he doesn't want to think about anyone with a d***. If it was straight porn, he would be attracted to the people he was working with. So in theory it's still the same, but there he would be potentially attracted to them, but that risk isn't there because it's full of men that he doesn't think are fit. People can sit at home and think he's gay, but he's not, so whatever."

McGraffin corroborated;

"People outside the industry think I must be gay. They don't know the tricks of the trade. They say, 'You look like you're enjoying it.' And I say, 'Thanks, that means I'm a good actor'. If I was gay, and it's out there to the world, why wouldn't I come out? I'm not in it for pleasure, regardless of what anyone thinks. I'm in it because it's a well paid job, and I'm not going to make that kind of money, legally, anywhere else."