MEET Scottish couple Callum Cox and Cole Connor who make around “£ 200,000 a year” by sharing their antics on adult sites.
This week, the couple starred in Channel 4’s new documentary Sex Actually with Alice Levine, where they shared how they make money broadcasting live sex sessions for strangers online.
Chaturbate is the platform they use the most, regularly posting videos of their X-rated lovemaking, attracting up to 15 million monthly views.
And they revealed how their steamy on-screen performances have earned them hundreds of thousands of pounds, while also building up a fan base around the world.
The docuseries have delved into the lives of British couples who engage in sex work for a living.
Alice admitted to feeling uncomfortable attending the cam sessions, saying, “I don’t know how you prepare to be sitting in someone’s room while they have sex. There is no manual for this. “
In Callum and Cole’s line of work, fans are encouraged to choose what the couple do for a fee.
Viewers can pay for tokens that match a menu of sexual scenarios.
The higher the price, the hotter the act.
Dundee-based Callum and Cole are fan favorites, winning ‘Best Couple’ at the 2021 Grabby Awards which rank gay erotic videos.
Scots are offering advice to other gay men who may be new to sexual experiences, by hosting videos of their top ten sex positions on YouTube.
The duo are proud of their work, as Cole announces in a YouTube Q&A: “I used to work in a karting center, and I don’t think I would like to go back to something like that. I really like the job we have now.
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Lovers also open up about their personal lives by saying, “This is one of the reasons we decided to start uploading to YouTube again – we want to let people know that there is more to us than there is. just having sex in front of a camera. “
They answer fans’ questions about the relationship, discussing their love at first sight experience.
And Callum admits he’s waiting for Cole to propose.
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