This article was published on February 20th, 2013
Hot, sexy, and fun doesn’t even begin to describe 31-year-old gay porn star, Shane Frost. The outgoing adult entertainer never planned on getting into the industry, but it’s safe to say that many of his fans are glad he did.
“My best friend Luke Hass kind of talked me into doing it,” said Shane, describing how he go into doing gay porn. “He had a web site and at the time wanted me to go in on it. For over a year I said no, I was too shy, and couldn’t do it. Shortly thereafter, I broke up with my boyfriend and found myself about $20,000 in debt. Shy or not, I did it. And as they say, the rest is history!”
With his chiseled abs, firm pecs and loaded guns, it doesn’t take a lot for Shane to get ready for an upcoming shoot. He takes care of his body and is always ready to go.
“If I am the bottom, I need to ‘prepare’ down there,” Shane explained as he talked about how he gets ready to go on set for a shoot. “Now that I’m working out more these days, I like to hit the gym before my scene. However; if my call time is at 9:00am, you won’t see me at the gym at 6:00am, as I love my sleep. Sleep is important. If you’re not rested, your scene will look like crap.”
In most scenes that Shane shoots, he’s the bottom. He has lots of experience and knows what it takes to make a scene exciting.
“A GREAT bottom knows how and loves to take dick,” Shane said, describing what he believes makes a good bottom. “Pretty simple. As for being a good top, it’s not rocket science. You get rock hard, stick your cock in and pump! I’ve been with a few guys that I’ve wanted to fuck me and they respond ‘I don’t know how’. I never understood that. Insert and thrust!”
While Shane has worked in the adult industry for a number of years, he has come across some struggles.
“Working with people that you’re not attracted to or working with models that have an attitude the size of Uranus,” joked Shane. “See what I did there?” If you’re going to get into adult entertainment, take note, keep your attitude in check and do the job you’re hired to do, and keep a smile on your face.