As part of Sexual Health Week 2017, the focus of which is porn, we have invited a number of different people who are involved with the adult industry to come and chat to us here on our blog. We are delighted to welcome Chris QK as the first one of those people in this series.
1.Introduce yourself for those people who don’t know who you are?
My name is Christopher, AKA Chris QK (@quietlyKinky). I am 35 years old & currently live in South Wales. I took an interest in human sexuality roughly 13 years ago and took it to a professional level around 2015. I’ve also performed in pornographic films & appeared on Channel 4 (SexBox) and All4 (Top Dad). Currently I work closely with Goedele Liekens, the UN Ambassdor for Sexual Health & Education on a European project for enhancing sex lives & breaking down the conversation stigma surrounding sex. I also provide psychosexual, fetish & kink coaching, helping people of all backgrounds discover comfortable, safe and consensual methods of exploring their inner-most sexual desires that people would ordinarily be too afraid to talk about, much less explore.
2. How did you get into porn?
My initial journey into porn was via the ‘amateur’ route where I posted various pictures & video content to twitter. Over time some professional studios made contact and the rest became history. I’m a bit of a hedonistic exhibitionist so it fits well to work in front of the camera as a performer as well as behind the scenes in productions.
3. Are there any special preparations you have before a scene?
4.Were you nervous on your first porn scene?
5.Have you ever dated a fan?
I’ve never dated a fan, but I’ve slept with one or two
6. Sexual Health week say ‘Porn is made to look good not feel good’ what are your thoughts on that?
7. Do you have any sex tips for people reading?
8. How do you handle being a father and being an adult performer?
As I mentioned above, I was commissioned for a documentary by All4 with Ashley Walters (Actor, musician) to discuss this very question. My son (who is now 15) has been exceptionally accepting of my career & largely has no external issues put onto him by his peers. His general attitude is ‘it’s a job, it pays the bills’. He’s been wonderful overall. It also allows a much more open and accessible discussion path for when he has questions or misunderstandings about sex. As schools tend to fall short of any real sexual education, it’s great that he feels able to talk with me to fill in the blanks