Last month, gay YouTuber Calum McSwiggan posted a video in which he apologized for doing gay porn. Now, a veteran gay porn star has responded with a video of his own, blaming Calum of “click baiting”, and saying “cam shows” aren’t even porn.

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Mickey Taylor (left) and Calum McSwiggan
Mickey (left) and Calum. Photos: Instagram / YouTube

Mickey Taylor has been in gay porn for two and a half years, along with his modelling jobs and a musical career. And Calum’s video really angered him.

“He went on there and said ‘I did gay porn and I’m sorry'”, Mickey says in his video. “I’m so pissed off. From someone that’s actually in the porn industry this really offends me. He actually hasn’t even done porn. He did cam shows. And got paid some decent money for it.”

And he goes on:

You did not do porn. Your entire title of your video is click bait. Sex sells, I should know.

But then Calum says he doesn’t want to keep it a secret anymore. It’s not a secret if it’s online. Once your naked body is out there – it’s out there.

Before I did porn I sat down my whole family and said ‘Hey, I’ve been asked if I like to do porn’. So my mother said ‘That would be awesome. I’m going to support you, and if you want to have some fun for a few years, have some fun.’

Calum goes on to say there is nothing glamorous about the industry. I beg to differ. We model, we’re in music videos, movies, we have our own award shows, we’re on the cover of magazines – there is a kind of glamour in the porn industry, but for those who work hard.

Then he said it ruined his future job as a a teacher. You should have thought about that before you did what you did. This is why a lot of studios sit you down and say – remember this is something that’s going to be out there, the world is going to see it and you need to think about that. At the end, that piece of nudity is going to be out there.

He keeps apologizing. You should not apologize for something you did. You didn’t kill anyone. You didn’t rape anyone. You made some cam shows online – it’s in the past, it’s fine. My friends all think it’s awesome.

In a reply to Mickey’s video, Calum McSwiggan has responded to the allegations:

I’d like to apologize to you and anyone else that I’ve offended with my video, it was certainly never my intention to stigmatize the porn industry.

When I made the video, I was terrified of what would happen. Scared of how my parents would react and afraid of losing my job. That’s why I apologized so profusely, because I made a mistake and I just didn’t want to upset anyone.

It didn’t occur to me at the time that I would be stigmatizing the porn industry by doing this. I guess you could say I was so scared that I forgot to look at the bigger picture which was a mistake and wrong of me and I completely agree with you and everyone else about that.

In terms of me being naive and stupid when I did cam shows, I don’t disagree with you. Unlike yourself and many other porn stars, I did not think it through when I did it. It was not the right choice for me and I don’t blame anyone but myself for that.

Now watch Mickey’s entire video right here:

h/t: Gay Times

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