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How a Straight Porn Star Became a Gay Icon

by Beth Divine 23 Jan 2019

Thirty eight year old Rebecca More has been working in the sex industry for eight years. She has worked predominantly in straight porn – but just recently has become a gay icon. That is to say, an icon for gay men, not gay women as might first be surmised from such a statement!  

How it all came about is easily explained: Rebecca More has the kind of sensual look that gay men adore, even if they do not desire these women sexually. Quick disclaimer: not all gay men fetishise beautiful, busty, pouty women – but some do. It is that small subsection of the gay community that is being referred to here. The gay community has long been known and appreciated (usually – there are often bigots who are so filled with hate that they cannot bear to acknowledge anything said or done by someone with alternative desires, but they usually don’t appreciate anything or anyone, gay or straight!) for its sass, and gay sass on social media is amongst the best sass.

Rebecca More, while promoting her latest adult works with delightfully tongue in cheek video clips, has come to the attention of the sassy gay side of social media. Her launch to celeb-hood and gay icon-ness came when Zac Barson (one of the aforementioned community) spoofed one of her videos to mock a luxury sandwich from no less than that British bastion of middle-class comfort and respectability Marks and Spencers. Rebecca saw the clip and loved it: delighting in the way Barson had faithfully replicated her clothing, her make-up, even down to her inches-long fake eye lashes.

Her delighted response and his careful work together have enchanted their followers, and both have immensely grown their bases. More loves the attention, delighting in the banter and sass as well as the immense outpouring of love that she gets from her social media feeds now, saying of her morning social media feeds check that ‘the amount of kindness and fun I’m reading is just a joy.’