Former Disney actor turned porn star reveals the one thing you won't see him do on OnlyFans
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Dan Benson, who you may remember as Zeke from Wizards of Waverly Place, has spoken out about how he’s doing, a year after making a change to adult entertainment.
“I expected a lot more hate but instead people have just been like ‘Go you! Empowerment!’, which is awesome,” he said in a TikTok.
“Mental health wise, I feel good.”
While he’s mostly enjoyed his work as a full-time OnlyFans model, he recently opened up to Page Six about the one type of content he doesn't feel comfortable putting out there.
“I am straight but I’m very comfortable making content for gay men. I specifically make content for gay men," he revealed.
Benson estimates that 99 per cent of his subscribers on OnlyFans are queer men, a fact that doesn't bother him at all.
“But I’m not going to have sex with men on camera because everyone wants to see it,” said Benson.
At the moment, Benson feels comfortable mainly sticking to solo stuff.
“I’m not doing a lot of what porn stars would call ‘porn’ there’s lots of grey in this," he said.
While has no problem pushing the boundaries, Benson never wants to do something he's uncomfortable with - even for a big paycheque.
Benson also recounted his journey to become an adult entertainer which was something he never intended.
“I didn’t just come up with this randomly on the fly one day," he said.
Several years ago Benson had shared intimate images and videos with a partner which were leaked onto the internet, with several websites selling Benson’s nudes.
He recalled that he then would receive all these lewd comments in his posts across social media, which made landing an acting job hard.
But by the time OnlyFans came onto the scene, Benson had come to terms with his intimate photos being shared and decided to take control.
“I had built this massive audience for it and I had grown into understanding it and being comfortable in my own sexuality and life. It just didn’t scare me at all,” he said, adding he's no longer 'afraid of it'.