It Happened On Manhunt: The Online Adventures of Gay Porn Couple Morgan Black & Dominic Sol

Go buy the new issue of Das Einhorn! We’re not just saying that because we’re sponsors, and they did a great interview about Morgan Black and Dominic Sol‘s joint profile on Manhunt. We’re saying that because it’s only six dollars, and you horned-up bastards NEED IT.

Spoiler alert! Morgan Black hates all caps, and Dominic Sol hates the word “horned”. Collectively, the gay porn couple would have hated the last sentence of that previous paragraph. Individually, they had the following things to say to Das Einhorn editor Paul Bookstaber… The following things that, um, you’ll have to click through to read.

– Dewitt

As indicated above, click through to read what Morgan and Dominic had to say:

Dominic on rejection: “I can remember around six times saying no at the door. My line is always, ‘Sorry, it’s not a match.” Except there was one time I flat-out told him that he was clearly a different person than the man in the pictures. That was scary. I was in a basement apartment in Boston and he went on a tirade. ‘How dare you,’ he said. He started getting louder and I ran away. But he was the only guy who got upset.”

Morgan on desperation: “If someone wants to fuck me then they need to convince me I want to fuck them. Even if there’s a guy I totally want to fuck, I play it cool, because when you show someone you’re eager, especially in an online environment, they won’t let it happen… Because I myself think that way, at least subconsciously. I know that if he’s too eager, then something’s up. I go for subtlety.”

Dominic on being ignored: “If somebody does ignore your message, it’s honestly not a dick move, because it’s not a face to face interaction. It’s an online communication. And silence can mean one of many different things. I used to automatically think that they just weren’t into me. But now I realize people have other things going on. Maybe they’re busy.”

Morgan on what he looks for in a profile pic: “Clear, discernible photos. Not a nipple, or some sort of pixelated mess with what could maybe, be a torso with a t-shirt on, but it could be, you know, George Bush, there’s no distinguishable features. When I look at a profile I need clear, discernible, well-lit naked photos. Otherwise they’re hiding something, period.”

This is a large block of text, so I’m going to shut up and let you read the rest of the interview for yourselves. Oh wait! YOU CAN’T… Because you haven’t bought a copy of Das Einhorn yet, you cheap jerk.

Go do that, and we’ll discuss the rest on Twitter.