A Candid Interview With A Porn Star Turned Business Man

Jeremy Hall Pipes It Into Your Home

AB: What about the other guys who are in sex scenes? What’s their story?

JH: The vast majority of them are gay or bisexual. In the circles that I find people, they’re usually gay. But, guys that I find here at Ohio State, most of them are straight and what they’re doing is solo work. Unfortunately I’m not able to put that on my website right now, because I don’t want to mix sections. I think the way that consumers are looking at it right now – they’re getting tired of solos, they’re realizing that when they buy a subscription to a website, they saw a cover boy, this hot guy they’ve never seen, but then they realize that he only did a solo on there. Randy Blue, Sean Cody, Corbin Fisher – they’re putting someone on as a cover boy, but he’s only going to solo, so I don’t want to do that. Club Jeremy Hall is not going to have solos on there.

AB: How many members do you have?

JH: Right now I can’t discuss that.

AB: Can you say why you can’t discuss that?

JH: Because then you could figure out how much I make and that would give information to people who do work for me who probably shouldn’t have that information, like competitors. There’s a lot of doors that would open that I just do not want opened.

AB: I see.

JH: I can give you an idea. It’s been up for a couple months. Considering the time that it’s been up and considering the fact that I’m the only one working on it, I think I’m doing well.

AB: Okay, that tells me next to nothing, but I will take it. So, have you told your parents about this business of yours?

JH: No. They don’t know yet.

AB: Are you going to tell them?

JH: You know, I’ve struggled with it. I think my dad would understand it. My mum? I don’t know if mothers should know these things about their sons. I’d like to be honest with my parents as much as possible, but at the same time I don’t want to make their lives any harder. It’s a dilemma. I’m proud of the work that I’ve done in this business. I like my job, but the world’s hard as it is and I don’t want to make it any harder for my parents.