Mark Long Welcomes Back Newcomer Trevor Jones For A Surprisingly Romantic Bareback Fuckfest

Posted November 30, 2017 by with 4 comments

91787_07I’ve long been a fan of Mark Long, but the softer, gentler, more romantic side of the horse-hung model in today’s NextDoor update makes me appreciate him more. Making this scene even better is co-star Trevor Jones, who was the standout performer in his first scene earlier this year (a three-way with Dalton Riley and Steve Rogers). He doesn’t get to do as much here (there are only a few sex positions, and they aren’t that exciting), but he’s so cute, and it’s great to see him back. Here’s Mark and Trevor in the first scene from a new series, “Open Relationships.

91787_04 91787_10 91787_13 91787_15Trailer (watch full scene here):

[NextDoor: Mark Long Fucks Trevor Jones Bareback]

  • Jay

    Mark Long is a great actor. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. He really is *present* in his scenes.

    That said, great intimacy in this piece. Gave me some tingles, then gave me some lower tingles in my body. 😉

  • Hari Kalyan

    He’s not entirely boring, its just that sometimes i dont think Mark uses all his gifts to his advantage. He’s good when he’s just window dressing for a bottom who knows what he wants, like his Justin Owen scene.

  • emercycrite

    Trevor looks anaemic.

  • Scrapple

    Mark Long gets shit on a lot for being tradey, but the blame there lies with the directors who cast him in those roles. Mark kills his line reads better than anyone at ND (Markie is a close second). His deliveries never come across as an actor reciting memorized words. Whatever role he’s playing, from a guy who gets into a theological seduction debate with a Mormon missionary, or Markie’s gay bestie, he makes it believable. But beyond that and however he still identifies, he clearly has no issue being romantic and intimate with guys. If you look back through his catalog there are plenty of scenes where he expresses this, when he’s not hindered by playing a straight character. I’m guessing because of his look and his size the ND directors keep wanting to pigeon hole him into being one thing. They’re doing the same thing with Steve and it is infuriating. If a model has proven they have talents in various areas, why would you actively hold them back?

    Speaking of Steve, he and Trevor seemed to have some distinct sparks in that threeway. I hope they get another go of it. I really like Trevor. There’s something about him that reminds me of Jarek. Early Jarek. Before the hoein’, pimpin’ and Audi thirst.