If most porn performers are there for our instruction—to jerk off to, to get ideas for technique, to spice up our romantic life—May’s Man of the Month Jordan Levine is that rare breed who’s learning from us. The single, straight, Orlando resident has the demeanor of a puppy dog, the looks of a wolf, and, by his own admission, the sexual appetite of a stallion.
“I’ve always been a very sexual person,” says Jordan, 31, on his decision to get into the adult-film industry. “It’s always been more than my exes could handle. I love porn; I would watch it on a regular basis.”
Jordan put two and two bucks together and Googled adult-industry jobs. One thing led to another, and mega-gay-site RandyBlue.com flew him out for a solo shoot. “When they said I have to jerk off, I thought ‘Hey, I do that anyway.’”
The company sought him out for more work, this time with dudes, and the man-virgin was onboard and on a flight. “I’m 100 percent up for anything,” says Jordan. “It was the first time I had kissed a guy, or anything intimate, period.” While Jordan admits the initial attraction was financial (“the money the guys make in straight porn is retarded”), the, ahem, end result is a different story.
“I had done live shows where I was using a dildo or a butt plug; I’d gone down the road with the toys, pleasuring myself,” says Jordan, who just finished his first bottom scene with super-straight-stud Chris Rockway. “When it actually happened, it felt better than the toys. Some guy said that porn stars are like snowflakes; every person is different, how they get aroused. For me, I have found the more I do it, the more I can get into it. Now I get into it when I’m kissing a guy.”
The subject excites Jordan, and us, and he elaborated. “It’s like when you go out to a restaurant and the food never looked good to you. Your friends tell you to try it. Once I tried it, I just went with it. I didn’t try and fight the sexual arousal I had with it. So that’s awesome.”
What’s also awesome is that the guy who checked the “straight” box at the start of our interview isn’t so concerned with labels.
“I don’t consider myself 100 percent straight; I don’t know if I’m bi, I don’t think I’m gay. I’m not trying to find myself.”
What the tattooed hunk has found is that life in the L.A. gay world has a lot more perks than expected. “We went to a couple of different gay bars, and it was a freakin’ blast,” says Jordan, who was a virgin in that territory as well. “There’s no comparison to straight bars. Just the energy. Everyone’s moving around and having a good time. The level of fun was at a 10.”
With Jordan Levine, it’s 10s all across the board.