Actors preparing for roles as superheroes usually pump iron and eat their vegetables to tone up for the big screen. So what about America’s favorite porn star? After all, this is a man who—by the very nature of his work—has to look good naked. So when Deen stopped by GQ headquarters, we listened raptly as he discussed his good genes, his “exercise” routine, and what his doctor thinks about his chosen profession. The key to having a porn star’s body turns out to be: Eat right and get laid. Easy enough!
In theory, a one-night stand should be as easy as its sexual congregants. You want sex. She wants sex. Commence passionate no-commitment sexytimes. Finish passionate no-commitment sexytimes. Wash face. Sleep. Part. Thanks for the memories, you!
But in practice, there’s no such thing as a smooth one-night stand. Awkwardness is unavoidable. Morning-after mouths taste like crime scenes. Maybe there’s a stuffed-animal collection you spotted too late.
And there are always feelings involved—mainly the ever-present anxiety that one person here is getting used. (It’s called a walk of shame for a reason.) Yet there are ways to nobly pull off this ignoble act. And if you ever want this to happen again—and who among us doesn’t?—we’ve got to work together to make sure it’s done right.
The sitcom stereotype goes like this: Guy is always horny, guy tries to have sex with girl, girl shoots him down. But as Siobhan Rosen tells it, the script’s been flipped. And now there’s an awful lot of young, perfectly sex-capable dudes who won’t get off their asses to, well, get some.