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As the death toll from Coronavirus continues to rise in the United Kingdom and in many other places around the world, a gay porn actor has offered workers on the frontline free access to his OnlyFans account to “relax” them.

In a very unique way of contributing to the COVID-19 crisis, gay porn actor Josh Moore posted on twitter last week that he would be offering anyone who works for the British National Health System (NHS) free trials of his OnlyFans account.

“Do you work for the NHS and need a bit of light relief to relax when you’re home?” Moore said on Twitter. “You guys are all amazing and the entire nation is grateful for everything that you do. Free OnlyFans passes to anyone that works for the NHS. Just DM me your details. THANK YOU 🙏🏻”

Originally a simple social network allowing to offer its subscribers paid content, OnlyFans has become for a few years a new market for porn actors, at a time when the explosion of “tubes”, these global streaming platforms, like PornHub, has substantially jeopardized the performers.

 

OnlyFans also allows more direct contact between the sex worker and his audience.

Moore lists himself as an International Porn Actor and currently charges $15 a month for access to his OnlyFans account.

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Josh Moore (Instagram)

In January, gay porn stars like Rocco Steele had offered to send naked photos by private message to those who gave at least ten dollars against the fires in Australia, either to slow their progress or to help the victims.

Another actor, CagedJock, had offered a free 30-day trial to his OnlyFans account for those who donated ten dollars.

Pornhub Premium Free

Adult entertainment website Pornhub has declared it’s premium content is now free for everyone in the world in a bid to encourage self-isolation during the coronavirus pandemic.

Starting from this week, users can head to the site’s ‘stay home’ page, where they can sign up to use Pornhub Premium for free for the next month.

Grindr and other gay dating apps have been issuing alerts to users with guidance about the risks of coronavirus.

Grindr has opened up its video messaging feature to assist with guys that want to use the app for more than just sexting, but it appears many are still flouting lockdown laws and using the app for hookups.

With everyone at home in their lockdown bubbles, there appear to be more people online with Grindr during the day leading to more options to break self-isolation for that quickie.

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