Eternally yummy and always delightful go-go-dancer-turned-perfume-mogul-turned-OnlyFans-megastar Matthew Camp covers the new issue of Attitude Magazine.
His is a Cinderella story from the get-go. He first found fame in NYC as a much in demand/much talked about go-go boy. He parlayed that into a career in indie films (he was star of Getting Go, based on his life as a go-go boy, as well as the… um… more “experimental” Sock Job). He’s also the lead designer for Matthew Camp Designs, – which famously makes an erotic men’s cologne that smells like leather and poppers – and has recently EXPLODED onto the OnlyFans scene.
He tells Attitude his thoughts about being a sexual commodity.
“I’d wanted to shoot sex videos for a while because I feel there’s this divide between art and sex,” he tells Attitude. “I don’t see them as different. They’re both an emotional expression.”
“I like the OnlyFans aspect because you can curate your own, and share them with people,” he adds.
“It’s important to document sex because there’s nothing wrong with it, there’s nothing shameful about it and there’s nothing crazy about it,” says the sex-positive advocate. “You should be able to watch sex as entertainment.”
The internet sensation also points out that, “Everyone’s body is a commodity – whether they realise it or not.”
“To me, there’s no difference between somebody standing behind a cash register for 10 hours a day and another person who has sex for 10 or 20 grand a month,” explains the California-born influencer. “Who’s having more fun?”
Raising the ‘pleasure principal,’ (if you will) Camp says, “It’s about life choices, and people being indoctrinated with guilt about enjoying their life.”