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I caught up with Matt – also known as 10-Inch-London – to bask in his Big Dick Energy.
What led you to start creating and sharing sexual content on your Twitter and OnlyFans?
I’ve always been a very sexual person, so for me it was a natural choice. I’ve also been very aware of my size from a young age, even back when I was at school getting changed for sports, and at urinals.
I got more aware of this when I moved to London and everyone seemed to be amazed by how big it was.
I decided to grab the opportunity with both hands – it does need both hands.
What does Big Dick Energy mean to you?
For me, Big Dick Energy is all about the confidence you exude and the way you talk to people and come across to others. It’s really about your natural confidence, it’s not actually anything to do with the size of your dick.
Can we talk underwear?
It depends what mood I’m in that day, but I actually love to wear no underwear, especially to the gym. My gym is mainly guys , so I normally wear sweatpants or thin black shorts, and nothing underneath.
If I am wearing underwear, I normally go for Pump or Andrew Christian.
I usually wear fitted boxers to keep everything harnessed in, especially if I’m seeing family or straight friends.
When it comes to other guys, I have a soft spot for guys in jockstraps.
How is the current Covid-19 lock-down impacting you?
I’m self-isolating at the moment.
I have a fair amount of content in my archives that I haven’t uploaded, especially of scenes of me with blindfolded bottoms, so I’m going to upload more of that over the coming few weeks.
I’m also shooting and uploading solo content – me and my hand have become very familiar over the last few weeks, so why not film it!
What are some of your goals and aspirations for life after the Covid-19 lock-down?
I’m looking forward to getting back into the routine of meeting guys, having fun and of course shooting more content!
I normally have sex once or twice a day – I think this is the longest I’ve ever gone without – but it’s much more important to just be careful and not be selfish with our decisions at the moment.
More generally, I’m just looking forward to life getting back to normal for everyone, getting back into a regular routine and being able to see friends and family again.