Exclusive: From Corbin Fisher’s Quinn To Quin Quire—What’s Next For One Of Gay Porn’s Most Popular Stars?

Posted March 13, 2018 by with 53 comments

cfquinAs Corbin Fisher’s Quinn, he was widely considered to be one of the studio’s best performers ever, topping and bottoming in nearly 100 scenes—some of which have been ranked as Corbin Fisher’s best scenes of all time—between 2012 and 2018. After a contentious departure from Corbin Fisher late last year, Quinn (who is now known as Quin Quire) is a free agent now, and in his first-ever interview below, he tells Str8Up about how he started in porn, what he’s learned along the way, and what he has planned for the future as he takes control of his career for the first time.

IMG_0376Str8UpGayPorn: Hello, Quin! Let’s go back to before you became “Quinn” at Corbin Fisher. When and why did you decide to become an adult performer?
Quin Quire: In June of 2012, I worked for Whole Foods, and I called telling them I might be 10-15 minutes late due to an accident on the highway. They let me go because I wasn’t able to let them know of my tardiness a full hour before my shift was scheduled to start. I wasn’t sure how long I could live off my savings and find another job paying well enough for me to sustain myself independently. Then, I remembered two years earlier I had been scouted by someone at Sean Cody through my ModelMayhem page. At that time, I liked the idea and enjoyed thinking about being filmed, but I wasn’t ready. Now jobless, it seemed like as good an opportunity as any to have some fun with a new experience, and make more money than any part time job could ever offer.

And instead of Sean Cody, you chose Corbin Fisher. How did you end up becoming a performer there?
My roommate at the time suggested Corbin Fisher to me. I had never heard of them, but he thought they had the hottest guys. That night I was filling out my application, and by October of 2012 I was shooting with Kent. In December, Corbin Fisher offered me a contract for three years exclusivity.


You’ve filmed with so many different types of guys, and in terms of performing and getting the job done, is it easier to work with guys who are straight, gay, or bi?
I started to learn that using those terms to describe the sexual preferences of the guys filming was insufficient. It was more about the back and forth feedback I got while playing with them, and it didn’t necessary correlate with what their actual preference was, off-camera. Gay models often had the advantage of experience, but this didn’t always make them a better fuck than some other models who were straight. If they knew how to let go and have fun with another man’s body, that was all I was interested in. Everyone’s sexuality exists on a spectrum, and it’s easy for me to move that point around with guys I film with.

originalI think that’s a great approach not just to filming scenes, but how people can enjoy their experiences with people in real life, too. At CF, was there any particular co-star you enjoyed performing with the most?
I get this question often, and it’s not one I can answer with a single name. Memories of guys flash through my mind for different reasons. Everyone has a “style” when they fuck, and I enjoyed them all. That being said, the one model I felt I connected with most was Brayden. I used to call him my “CF-BF,” which stood for “Corbin Fisher Boyfriend.” During our first video together, I topped him, but we had to turn it into a flip-fuck because he was so attractive to me, I came early! On top of Brayden being fucking adorable, we always had something to talk about. Regardless of the activity, Brayden was stimulating to be around. I miss the hell out of him, and I hope he’s doing great!

quinn-brayden-FF-SG-corbinfisher-15Any scene that you remember as being your favorite?
My DP with Chandler and Aiden is still one of my favorites. Both those huge dicks wanted my ass so badly, and I was very eager to please them both.

491958-MasterFile-97917-LargestWhat do you like to do while performing to ensure that you’re creating a great scene?
I try and make things flow as smooth as possible, with minimal breaks. I like to forget about the cameras and just focus on the hot stud in front of me. My hope was to lead by example with boys I worked with by my ability to live in the moment.

What are some of the things you like or appreciate most in a scene partner?
I like when guys are comfortable enough to joke around and poke fun with each other. Physically, I like big guys who look like they would have their way with me, like William or Aiden. I also liked to feel more dominant with the smaller guys, like Brayden and Ellis.

With no social media presence or interaction with fans during your time at CF, were you aware of how well your work was being received, and did you know how many fans you were attracting? Did you ever see any of the positive reactions to your work?
I was able to use Flirt4Free to interact with fans, but that was it. I enjoyed hearing from everyone about their favorite pairing and their requests for future ones.

And now, you’ve been talking to fans and your peers in the industry a lot. How has that been?
I like how close I am with the industry as a whole now. I’m meeting other porn stars and getting a chance to have creative freedom that I was never given while at Corbin Fisher. And, I’ve been given an emotional boost by all the support from fans since my appearance on social media.

quin3Going back to what happened last year, what did you first think when Corbin Fisher told you that you were fired, via that text message you described?
I was shocked, as I did my best to be clear and honest about the situation, but Corbin never bothered to read my response. I relied on my work with them for income and had to live off my savings, which is never something you want to have happen. But, I was confident with a little hard work from my end I could put myself back out there in the adult entertainment world.

It had to be surprising, after working with them for so long.
I wasn’t ready for my career in porn to end, especially on such a negative note, but CF gave me the recognition I needed to thrive on my own. It’s a shame that as one of the few gay models at CF, I seemed to be undervalued. I didn’t want to leave, but no one else on staff spoke up for me after I asked them for help. I figured, if no one there was willing to work to keep me around, why would I want to stay anyway?

Looking back on your work with Corbin Fisher, do you have any regrets?
Not specifically. Nothing I had control over, at least. I regret allowing them to control my career for so long, when I could’ve benefited from my work beyond the paycheck they gave me at the end of each shoot. The ability to connect with my fans via social media has been great. I always knew people were out there looking for me, but I could never respond.

What was the most positive aspect about your work with CF, and what is something about your time with them that you’re grateful for?
I’m grateful for how much I learned about sexuality and human behavior, including my own. I’m also grateful for their help making me a star.

DXG0ERCW4AAtAvoAfter being let go, how did you decide what your next move would be?
I was let go back in October and spent the next couple of months thinking about my long term career goals. I recently applied for and was offered a paid internship with an environmental education program, which is something I am passionate about. It’s a standard 9-5, Monday to Friday job. Once I felt more comfortable about the path I was on for myself, I began to flirt with the idea of “Quin Quire.” Starting my social media pages, including an OnlyFans, has been phenomenal. After five years in the industry, I finally feel like I’m part of the community.

So, for now, it sounds like you’ll be creating your own content for fans to see?
Right, my OnlyFans page is where most of my content will be coming from for the next few months. It’s been a surprise how little time I feel like I have for everything else, but I try to at least post something on Twitter every couple days. I’ve already started the hunt for hot locals who might be interested in filming for OnlyFans. Fans can look forward to seeing a little more creativity in my videos, now that I have control.

Any plans to work with other studios or performers?
I just worked with Falcon last week, and they’re a lot of fun. I’m learning that CF film days were much shorter than the industry standard, and having a book to read is a good idea. GuysInSweatpants is where I might shoot next after talking with them. Then, who knows? I would love to try out Kink and do things with role-play.

DW5fpaAVQAAkpefWhen you’re not performing, what do you do in your free time?
I’ve been working as circus style entertainer since 2011, and spend my days training and staying fit. I do just about anything from juggling and stilt walking to fire twirling and aerial acrobatics. It’s been my primary field of work outside the adult industry. I’ve been living in Vegas for the last two years working with local agencies who hire me for events as a specialty artist.

Are you in a relationship right now?
Yes. My boyfriend of the last three years is also an aerial acrobat, and he travels the world teaching workshops and judging competitions. We met through the circus community on Instagram, and after our first nine months of the relationship being long distance, I moved to Vegas to be with him and work on our craft together. Luckily, as performers we get work just about anywhere, and our home base location has little affect on our ability to find it.

Before you became “Quinn,” had you watched a lot of gay porn online? What kind of things were you interested in?
I was a teen in the age of MySpace, where I discovered a lot about myself. I always knew I liked the male physique, but when I was online I would seek profiles of gay men and start chatting with them. I would look at profiles with pictures of guys kissing. These beautiful jocks, wrestlers, and models in pictures like I had never seen before, except of women.

Do you remember the first gay porn you saw?
I saw gay porn for the first time on MySpace, and it was a gif of someone. It led me to other profiles that posted videos from tube sites. So, this was my first exposure to the wonderful world of online videos, and right away I loved it. I loved watching muscle worship, cock sucking, and young twinks fucking. Schoolboy Crush was my favorite, since I was a school boy myself and had a similar fantasy. I had lots of sexy classmates, and I fantasized about them having their way with me in the locker room, or showing up at my house to demand a fuck while my parents were gone.

IMG_2205Performers are much more open about their work in gay porn than they used to be. Do you discuss your work with people outside of the industry?
I agree that people are more open about it, but I don’t ever bring it up unless someone asks. I am always honest, and my friends know about it, but I don’t bring it up with my family. They are academics and already think my life in the circus is strange enough. They aren’t wrong, but what can I say? I’m an artist in many forms.

What advice would you give to someone who’s thinking of becoming a gay porn star?
Shoot around with a few studios. If one you like offers exclusivity, do research and talk to other models working there to see how their experience has been. Being exclusive can get you the exposure helpful to starting your career in adult entertainment. Use some of your earnings to start saving for something special, or for a rainy day, too.

011-3Your scenes are always so memorable because of your skills and talent as a performer, but has performing ever been a challenge for you?
For me personally, I found shooting b-roll to be the hardest part of the job, because it was boring to me. When it comes to filming the sex, I noticed the hardest days were when I hadn’t had enough to eat. Low blood sugar makes the cardio and squats involved in fucking harder to do sometimes. As long as I remembered to eat enough, 95% of the shoots went great.

Is there anything you haven’t done on camera yet that you’d like to try?
I like the idea of more role-play involved in sex. Puppy play, sub/dom, and even superheroes in spandex. I know many people requested that I get gangbanged over the years, and that’s something I would be into doing, if the right group of guys came along. Or, maybe even the wrong group. Ha.

Before I let you go, what are you looking forward to the most in 2018?
The possibilities! There are a lot of studios I want to start working for once I graduate my internship in May and have time to travel more. Corbin Fisher felt repetitive and stale with regard to the type of sex the last few years, due mostly to the fact that my sexual appetite had grown more exotic. So, I crave to experience sex in many forms, and use my erotic powers to help others discover something new about themselves.

We can’t wait to see what you do next, and thank you again for taking the time to talk!


Quin Quire: Twitter, Instagram, OnlyFans

  • Sebastian S

    Great, in-depth interview. I love how open he is about everything and I am looking forward to seeing him in some hopefully great scenes, especially GISP.

    • peter

      I can’t wait to see Quin lick Christian Wilde’s boots!

      • Russell47

        Unfortunately, Christian is long retired, I think working as a 1st responder.

  • Ceecee

    How ironic is it that a literal circus performing fire dancer is more down-to-earth and sweet than so many “normal” porn stars?
    I’m sure I’m not alone in hoping that he wasn’t going to be an insane racist with a GoFundMe account and am DELIGHTED to see that he’s actually really charming and cool.

  • John

    He is a combination of handsomeness and boy next door that is a willing combination. He has a positive energy and you never worry about him slipping into drugs or jail LOL

  • Zealot

    My title idea for his first feature as a star performer, “Quire Boy”.


  • Phil

    What is B-roll? Great Interview. I always loved Quinn’s vibe and energy with every model. His rimming skills are off the charts !

    • TK

      Background footage. The non-sex stuff.

      • peter

        He spilled the beans and said that the alleged ‘bts’ were as staged as the actual scene. Kurt (or somebody claiming to be him) said the same thing about Sean Cody.

        I’d like to think that some of Quinn’s post-coital shower scenes were authentic, especially the one with Brayden!

        • von schlomo

          I think ole Brayden was about as unpopular as Quinn was popular. Brayden was annoying, plain and over-used. Too bad his CF-BF wasn’t a CF model that I liked.

          • peter

            You’re entitled to your opinion.

          • von schlomo

            Thanks for your blessing, father. My memory is bad, but I remember over at the other place, many other non-fans of Brayden. Do you love all the CF boys, or do you discriminate?

          • peter

            Oh there have been several who I really don’t like, including a Deans Lister: Tom. In general,
            I’m lukewarm on at least the solos. if they have too many tattoos and look like it’s a long time since they’ve swiped their gym card I pass on them.

            I never got Brayden-hate because he was in so many way the epitome of Corbin Fisher at its playful best. As Quin said, “in addition to being fucking adorable” he had a great personality, and exploded with delight anytime somebody did something sexual to him. And those fuckiing across-the-room cum shots!

            SC Jayden is another model who evoked the ire of the Hunties over on that other site. I just don’t get it.

          • von schlomo

            Tom, the poor man’s Jeff. Tom was jiggly and had pointy boobs and tattoos. Let’s just say I didn’t hate him but I didn’t feel the heat everyone else seemed to.

            If I didn’t already have the diahbeetus, Brayden would give it. He was TOO all that. I love a pepperoni pizza, or 3, but I don’t need a pizza as thick as cake. You can get too much of something, and, honestly, the more of something you perceive, the less authentic if feels. Maybe he was acting or maybe he was just so apeshit for every guy and every thing. Quinn, everyone would agree the boy always acted eager but he wasn’t giddy and bubbly. We all read personalities according to our socialization.

            For example, Dawson’s personality matched patterns I had encountered before that just so happened to be fake so, to me, Dawson SEEMED fake to me. I knew him before he was Dawson in Iowa, not personally, just online, but I wasn’t an expert so maybe the on camera “Dawson” was really him? I don’t know but I do know he just seemed sketchy.

            SC Jayden has the upturned nose? You know, a nose that you can see up inside while being flat and level. SC has worse looking guys but I’m a face guy and I even like noses but not his. Kinda a opossum nose. Otherwise, I didn’t notice redeeming looks or performance. Over the decades, Sean Cody has many, many beautiful faces, but not his.

          • peter

            I’d characterize Brayden’s personality as ‘upbeat’, which is always a win for me, avoiding the tattoo parlor another! He always seemed delighted and surprised when anything sexual happened to him, as if he couldn’t believe his good fortune! And then there was his breathless voice in the middle of the act, especially in the KC scene with Kennedy when toward the end he simply says “go deeper!”

            Interestingly both Brayden and Joey described their smiles as their best attribute (kudos to Brayden for maintaining his trim and not going crazy over steroids).

            I understand the webcammer “Iowa Muscles” advertised himself as bisexual, which was likely a ploy to lure in customers. Even though Dawson’s performances seem contrived (recall the post-orgasmic fits?) I always gave him an A for effort. Unlike a lot of G4Pers he did his level best to put on a good show. Plus he seemed like a genuine human being. One former gay model with whom I spoke called him ‘a real gentleman’ but also ‘so straight’ that it took him 15 minutes jacking-off to a pussy mag before he was able to cum. Andrew Stark said he was one of the nicest guys he’d ever met, and also ‘breathtaking’ in person.

            I love Jayden’s nose! It’s so cute! Joey Mills has that going on, too!

          • von schlomo

            Just upbeat? He was one of the most energetic models of his entire career. Upbeat is a rather bland word.

            I think dozens of other models also get an A for effort. In fact, pretty much every guy on the Dean’s List gets an A for effort and they also have high marks in pretty much all the other categories, plus there’s dozens of other models over the years that you could put into a sub Dean’s List that also get high marks in every category but perhaps missed it because of some detail, or because Jason Gibson is unreliable and inconsistent? I’m certainly no fan of Connor either, but it’s nothing but childish to remove the guy from the Dean’s List just because you don’t like him anymore. I think Connor was a rather boring fuck but nevertheless belonged on the List. (I think Connor soared into good graces with the masses when he finally decided to hit the gym like crazy and he got his “god like” body. Before, he was round faced and an average in shape body. Unsurprisingly, building a better body isn’t going to offset his rather subdued performance so I remained apart from the worshipers.)

            I like how I describe Dawson as so fake and to you he’s genuine. Clearly, with him and all the rest of these guys, I don’t like them, you do like them, and everything is viewed thru those two prisms so you take the same evidence and get two completely different conclusions. I suppose I should have predicted the futility to attempt to sell models that you clearly love, as average, or worse…..or fake.

            Dawson would be breathtaking if you think he’s amazing. While I’ll agree his body was 10 times better in the beginning before he became a gum bunny, which is a sentiment that applies to every guy in my book, his face and body and especially his dick were all pretty average. Maybe Andrew Stark is wooed by gym bodies.

            I like Joey Mills but not Jayden. Different faces and people, regardless of the nose.

    • von schlomo

      In porn, I’m guessing it’s the set-up charade when they’re possibly outside pretending to be skaters with their boards or playing basketball, especially when one knows and the other has never touched a basketball before.

      • peter

        I think most of them can pull off a convincing one-on-one lay-up. Dane’s definitely a boarder, but he stopped at every base in the sprint contest. Beau went around and just touched them, so I’m sure he’s played baseball before. Beau and Rocky tossed the pigskin around and ran patterns like they’d done it a gazillion times before.

        • von schlomo

          I was speaking more broadly than CF. (BTW, the Dane/Beau/Rocky era is past when I was a CF aficionado) I remember watching Sean Cody vids where dude is shooting a basketball and doesn’t have the form a 12 year old would. No, I don’t remember which one.

          But, OTOH, as you point out, since they use almost all “straight” guys, they’re almost all athletes and therefore have played basketball, baseball and football at least enough in the past to know the basics and not look like a fool.

  • Aviion

    Aww. Quinn and Brayden are my all-time favorites from CF back when I actually watched it. CF played themselves, and I can’t wait to see their demise. Based on updates of new scenes from CF, all of them look like trash. Their newer models do not fit into the original image of CF. The worst thing about CF is how they keep pairing the same models with each other, over, and over, and over again. Seriously, who the fuck is making this decision? Letting Quinn go is an absolute disaster for CF, considering he was the only reason why a lot of people were still subscribed. But reap what you sow I guess…

  • peter

    So funny that he picked up on the no longer (legally) available Schoolboy Crush. Zach, you should have asked him which Brent he wanted to be!

    Quinn’s obviously a highly intelligent guy.

    One of the most tragic near-misses in Corbin Fisher history is that Quinn’s tenure didn’t overlap with that of the sexually-flexible Dru. The difference is less than a year. What an epic scene that would have been!

    I disagree with him that his recent scenes had become boring. Watching Quinn bang some gay into straight-identified models like Beau, Rocky, Dane, Baker, etc. always got me off. That ‘innocence corrupted’ thing. I think he meant it when he said to Dane “you’re so fucking hot!”

    I’m certain Quinn is the victim of a homophobic double-standard at CF. If it had been a straight-identified model like, say, Marc who had asked Kellan out for a beer the ‘no-fraternization’ policy wouldn’t have been enforced. We all know that a gay man who attempts to socialize with a straight one can only have one thing on his mind . . .

    It’s ironic, to say the least, that a site which markets itself as a big Fraternity should have a no-fraternization policy.

    I wonder how many past models have been burned like this, including crypto-gay ones like Zeke, Bradley, and especially Trenton, who was so obviously smitten with Kellan.

    No one on staff stood up for him, probably out of fear of losing their jobs. Kenny, who was in-part responsible for the debacle, did the right thing and quit. I hope he’s landed on his feet!

    • Ed Woody

      It is interesting – it’s much the same as Sean Cody was once accused by a former model. They’re so worried about not freaking out the straighties that they spend all their effort catering to their whims and the gay boys get overlooked, abandoned and insulted. Curious way to run a gay-focused business.

      • McM.

        Not sure if he’d talk about it now, but I’m sure Jeremy Spreadums shares your sentiments on how SC caters to heterosexuals. In the “Morgan & Jessie” bts, SC surprisingly included Jessie/Jeremy Spreadums expressing how it was a novelty working with another gay man.

        ChaosMen is run in the same manner. Bryan Ockert said in his 2016 studio tour youtube vlog that gay men tend to struggle at his site, and struggle to work with straight men probably because they feel the hetero is “repulsed by them”.

      • peter

        I remember that incident. I think he had problems with the model with whom he was paired.

    • peter

      I should add that the ‘no fraternization’ rule sounds equivalent to “transgressed they unwritten law”.

  • Maximus

    If I didn’t have such severe trust issues, I would say that Quinn seems like a nice guy.

  • C A

    The Quinn and William scene is a scorcher. Quin, I’ll follow you anywhere.

  • stimmerpdx

    An actual genuine guy. He even let them use a pic of him doing his environmental work. No wonder I always found him sexy! I’m a CF member and I’m really sorry to see him go. That last pic of his back is total hotness!

  • Paul J

    He comes across as a good guy and very down to earth. His answer about working with straight guys is very diplomatic. Sexuality might be a spectrum, but I can’t see how it’s easy to fuck with a guy who’s not into you at all.

    • Jose

      I beg to differ. Remember Aiden?

  • Scrapple

    My roommate at the time suggested Corbin Fisher to me. I had never heard of them..

    Deceased. It’s interesting to think Sean Cody missed out on Austin Wilde, Quinn and countless others. CF locked that down for three years after only a month in? Pretty telling. Given some of these responses I can’t help but think of Jason as the Ike to Quin’s Tina. It’s fucked up that there are three former models on the staff who Quin had experience with, and none of them stuck their necks out. Guess they didn’t want the hammer to fall on them too. You know things are bad when even Kenny can’t get Jason to listen to reason.

    I agree with Quin, Brayden was definitely boyfriend material. Cute and slutty, just how I likes ’em. And he could dress.

    I look forward to seeing what’s next for Quin, now that he’s moved away from the staleness. Isn’t Titan due for another circus movie? Quin would be perfect for that. And should he end up at GISP, I’m sure CF will release an old CFS vid on the same day, accompanied by a shady writeup. From Whole Foods to Fed Holes. Well done, Q.


    • Ed Woody

      Perfect use of alliterative gif. Bravo, mon capitaine.

      • Scrapple

        And I’m loving your Q quote.

    • sam my

      I was loving the classy shade of Quin.

      I find it even worse that CF has three former models on staff, and still put out the boring shitty ass scenes that they do.

    • peter

      Back in 2012 Corbin Fisher still held out the prospect of long-term employment while SC was still in it’s 20-25 and out mode. So for someone looking for a steady stream of income, Corbin Fisher made more sense.

  • AJ’s Black Widow

    Most popular stars? Iv’e never heard of him until now.

    • pje821

      Unless you were a member of CF, you wouldn’t have been be familiar with his work.

  • B.C.

    I’m still puzzled with “no fraternising” as the reason for getting sacked. Basically CF hires mostly straight guys to avoid potential off-camera love/lust shipwrecks. End result is nonexistent on-screen chemistry. I’ve never found CF’s scenes particularly interesting and now I know why.
    Good luck to Quin with his new porn adventures.

  • sam my

    I dont understand why CF or SC dont create outside or inside avenues for fans to speak to models, like a forum of some sort. See what it is the fans want, like, dislike, what models they would like back, positions, pairings etc.

    Youre taking these people money, the least you could do is take the time to allow these paying consumers to voice their opinions or how they feel, whether positive or negative. Can’t just ignore them, just because it hurts your feelings or not what you want to hear, doesnt work like that.

    • Ty Huber

      Agree, and I especially like to participate in forums and comment threads by praising specific things I enjoy and making constructive suggestions about how the site might please me even more. That’s useful feedback. So much of those comments devolve into mean-spirited bitching or venting about personal tastes — eg. “I hate tattoos.” I’m sure sites know from their own metrics which scenes are most popular, but may not know why.

    • McM.

      Sounds like a good idea, but the talent pools at SC and CF are largely straight men who collect a check and go home and try to forget they touched a cock other than their own. I doubt they want to interact with a gay fanbase and allowing the one or two gay models access to social media/forums sets up the expectation they all should stay in contact.

  • Ed Woody

    I agree with my learned colleagues – this is one guy who seems to be doing it right. He’s got his head on straight, no issues fucking him up, a career and skills outside porn, and a partner to ground him. He’s passionate about a good cause, puts effort into his performances, doesn’t engage in social media wars (so far) but also doesn’t put up with unnecessary crap.

    Plus, he is what is known in the business as “a homosexual”, which is quite the twist.

  • elyp

    The thought of Quin filming in GISP alone is already making me thirsty.

    Anyway, it’s a nice interview. Looks like Quin’s bad relationship with employer happened even before he started working in porn. That’s kinda sad and I don’t want to jinx him even further.

  • Devin

    Firing him was the best thing they could have done for him. He should thank them. Now he can work for any studio he wants and actually progress in life. CF is non-progressive. The went bareback years ago and haven’t done a damn thing since, other than lose their best models. Elian is the only thing they have going for them right now. Corbin Fisher is a POS, though. Nobody should support Corbin Fisher. Remember the lawsuit CF filed against all those torrent downloaders of their videos? A lot of the downloaders who were said to be closeted teens. Corbin Fisher didn’t give a shit about outing those teens or them possibly committing suicide. They’re scum. Boycott Corbin Fisher, not Netflix

    • They also sued and imo ruined the gay porn Career of Jake Lyons (also a gay model) over an Escort ad that Jake’s then agent placed (probably without Jake’s consent

      Corbin Fisher has always struck me as a homophobic control freak

      Most of the best models are happy to leave

      No matter CFs no social media stance is killing the studio in the market

  • smart

    Boycott CF and waybig. Waybig is a hetero-worshing porn blog own by a pathetic old self-lather.

  • bo69

    Excellent interview, sharp guy. Welcome to the real world, Quin.

  • Excellent interview Zach
    Quinn has always been a favorite and the CF model I always wanted to know about I suspected he had a fascinating and unconventional life.

    “Everyone’s sexuality exists on a spectrum, and it’s easy for me to move that point around with guys I film with.”

    That is why Quinn was the best CF model ever he played well with any model and knew how to adjust to each guy individually

    What a talent !

  • Bastian

    Genuine gay guy and great performer – rarity in this industry. It’s worth supporting him.

  • alpio

    Quinn in GuysinSweatpants any moment… Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

  • jinger

    I look forward to his new stuff ❤️❤️❤️

  • Alan Song

    circus? I would never guess that in a million years.

  • emercycrite

    He’s so beautiful.