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Edward Terrant talks OnlyFans, being raised by a dominatrix, and interior design

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Nowadays, there seems to be a porn star for every, well, star in the milky way. The hunks at NASA estimate there are about 100 billion stars, and we could argue that the numbers of OnlyFans boys rivals that. But the galaxy’s fiery balls are light years away, while Canadian professional boy toy Edward Terrant is right here on planet Earth. You might recognize him from *chef’s kiss* scenes with MEN, BROMO, Falcon, Raging Stallion, Twink Trade, SayUncle, and many more cultural cinema. Clearly, he plays well with others. 

But So.Gay is not here to sexualize the performer—at least not beyond our laptop screens. We’re diving into Edward’s unique upbringing, shamelessly vulnerable side (perhaps no surprise from a self-proclaimed power bottom), and all the puzzle pieces that make his contoured physique and persona a work of art. 

So.Gay: I want to be respectful – do you identify as a twink or a twunk

Edward Terrant: A twink

SG: So how did you go from being raised in a military family to a porn studio twink?

ED: Well, Covid, really. I was living in New Brunswick (Canada) at the time and working as an interior designer for about five years. The pandemic caused my company to lay off everybody. I decided to move and start something different. 

SG: I feel like Covid launched the careers of many performers! But you must have had some suppressed desire or inclination to join the industry? 

ED: It’s always something that I had in the back of my mind but didn’t really know. Off the bat, it’s not really clear how people get into things like that, right? However, my friend Corey Kane introduced me to the industry and showed me how it works. I moved to Montreal and three weeks later, I did my first studio scene. 

SG: You were recruited as a main cast member of OutTV’s “BoyBoy Montreal.” I found it fascinating you opened up about your dominatrix mother. 

ED: Yes, my mom is a dominatrix by trade. I grew up in a house with a dungeon upstairs and everything. We were raised in a very open-minded setting, and I didn’t even realize it was taboo until I went to school. 

SG: I really appreciate that because my mom hated my guts when I used to write porn movies. So it’s nice to see the other side, especially showcasing moms can be great and be in the industry, too. In regards to porn, are you working as an exclusive or independent? 

ED: I started as an independent, working for many companies. Then I signed an exclusive with Cocky Boys, which is based in New York. But now I’m back to being independent. 

SG: A porn performer once ranted to me on Instagram DMs, complaining that studios wouldn’t make him an exclusive. Are there any perks with exclusivity? 

ED: When you are exclusive, there’s the benefit of knowing that you’re contracted for a certain number of scenes versus when you’re independent, where you’re just waiting for the next call, right? 

SG: So it’s about your hustle? 

ED: Yeah! I would say the best part about [being an exclusive] is the intense help with marketing.

SG: I’ve noticed some performers share a lot in common with Bravo Housewives when it comes to abusing Facetune. Is it common for performers not to live up to their photos when you meet them?

ED: This might come off as bad, but I want to say that with strictly OnlyFans performers, yes. But I haven’t noticed that with studio performers. We don’t own that content, right? We’re selling rights to that content to whichever studio. They actually have rules against things like body morphing images. So you’re not gonna wanna set yourself up to fail.

SG: I hope you don’t mind, but I want to recite to you a poem I like… “No bleach strong enough to wash this soap scum from these old white walls of your memory.” I found it on your Instagram. Are your lovers surprised to learn that you’re a poet and a romantic?

ED: Hahaha, yeah! Ok, a lot of my poems are a little sadder. I’m pulling from love experiences and things like that throughout my life. And I find it very much like an outlet to decompress some of those more negative feelings. You know, I could be the happiest guy on the planet and still write really sad poems. 

SG: It’s why we love sad songs – it releases dopamine. So you’re a porn star and a poet. What else can we expect from you in the future? 

ED: I’m really good friends with Canada’s Drag Race’s Océane Aqua-Black. I’ll be with her at DragCon working as a model. That’s always a lot of fun. And I get to experience a lot of different kinds of realms of the world within the queer community in general. Jinx Monsoon is also a very good friend of mine. And the way she always puts it is: drag performers and porn stars are like peanut butter and jelly. Two very different things, but they blend together very nicely.

SG: Two iconic entities indeed.

You can follow Edward Terrant on Instagram here.

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