Jack Dixon is a man of many talents.
You’ve likely witnessed many of these talents while aggressively beating your meat to his scenes. But Dixon is a well-rounded stud who boasts many impressive skills outside of the bedroom as well.
For example, you may be surprised to know that the gruff and tough daddy is also a professionally trained chef and at one point even owned a bakery. That’s right, Dixon transitioned from filling pastries to filling power bottoms.
“Some of my favorite things to make are breads and ‘laminated doughs’ (essentially, croissants and puff pastries),” Dixon tells RIDE. “My bakery had a café for a period of time, but most of my business was driven by wholesale accounts, like restaurants, coffee shops, catering companies and hotels.”
To recoup finances after opening his bakery, Dixon began escorting. It was a wise and lucrative decision. His clientele grew and grew to the point that he sold his bakery and began escorting and working in porn full-time.
Years later, Dixon has no regrets. “I’ve been working for myself for the last eight years and this career just fits me better,” he says. “I don’t really thrive in a corporate work environment under someone else.”
RIDE chatted with Dixon about his affection for loose holes, his Prince Albert piercing and his ability to tell if a bottom can take his cock before trying.
Ride Bodyworx: You told Georgia Voice, “Porn isn’t my favorite or most lucrative aspect of my profession.” Can you explain why porn isn’t your favorite and what the most lucrative aspect of your profession is?
Jack Dixon: Sex work (actual escorting or erotic massage) is the most lucrative of my work. I can do it daily and see multiple people a day. A good month of porn for me is maybe four to six scenes and that doesn’t happen every month. Plus, most of the smaller studios don’t pay for travel or accommodations, so I have to pay for all of those expenses. From a cost/income standpoint, I don’t make money on porn unless it’s filmed in the city I happen to be or live in.
In regard to porn not being my favorite, I should say it is not my favorite sexually. The studios need so many minutes of kissing, oral, rimming and multiple positions. You’re often fucking in positions and or positioning your body in ways that you normally wouldn’t. So you don’t block the camera. You have to be super into it even if that position. Or whatever may be happening doesn’t feel natural at the time.
Ride Bodyworx: In another interview, you mention: “There is a common misconception that a tight hole is a good hole and that’s not true.” What is it that you love about a not-so-tight hole?
Jack Dixon: I’m exceptionally large, so tight guys just don’t feel as good. It’s basically the whole process of trying to get my dick inside. Which pushes out the blood from my erection so I’m no longer hard. Then when I’m inside, they’re so tight I can’t get any movement, so you feel no sensation.
With looser guys, I can get right in and fuck––it just feels really nice. Now, there are guys who are too open and that can kill some sensation too. I feel like everyone’s butt is different and different dicks fit better than others.
Ride Bodyworx: With guidelines always changing and little to no support for sex worker. How have you navigated escorting during the pandemic? What rules have you put in place to keep yourself safe?
Jack Dixon: Covid has been tricky. I took some time off in the spring when people knew less and things were still evolving. I’m tested regularly and I have my regulars that I see and they are careful as well. Fortunately, I live in a city where numbers have always been pretty low. However, I’m always cautious of places I travel to and make sure I keep an eye on their rates.
Ride Bodyworx: You’ve said, “People love a porn star, not as many people want to actually date one.” But you’re such a sweet and handsome guy! What have been your greatest obstacles when dating?
Jack Dixon: Oh man! First of all, dating is hard for everyone. It doesn’t matter your gender, sexual orientation, or the city you live in. I’ve had open, closed and triad relationships in my dating history, but I’ve found I work best in a relationship that is committed to one person. I can’t have the noise or distraction of trying to date multiple people. I can only focus on one person at a time and initially I don’t want the relationship to be open. I can’t say if that would change over time.
But I feel like if I’m out looking for dick from other guys. Then I might as well be single and move that relationship back to a friendship. So all of this puts me in a dilemma. Ideally, I would like to be in a monogamous relationship with someone. But they would have to be ok with me seeing clients and filming, which is a contradiction. If I found the right person, I would change careers if the relationship was at the point where it made sense.
I also travel a lot and after coming home, I may not want to have sex with my partner. But sex doesn’t equate to intimacy in a relationship for me. It is an aspect of it but the actual deep sharing of self with someone is where the rubber hits the road for me. I can be intimate with people and not sexual. However, I do look for both in a partner.
Ride Bodyworx: Ideally, what qualities are you looking for in a partner and how do you usually find dates?
Jack Dixon: Honestly, I just like regular guys. I guess from a head-turning perspective I like smaller, hairy, blue-collar guys. So otters, I guess? However, all of my ex’s are completely different. I do need to be physically attracted to the person, but it’s the connection that makes or breaks it for me. I like to feel special to someone, like I’m worth going the extra mile for and I want to feel the same way about them. Emotionally and otherwise, I want them to be well-rounded, stable and independent, personally and financially. Mind you, these are all ideals. I’m on some of the apps but I only use Tinder (and it’s pretty terrible). I’m on Scruff, but I use it more of a marketing tool.
Ride Bodyworx: You’ve mentioned that before you fuck, you can usually tell if a bottom will be able to take your nine-inch cock. Can you explain how you’ve developed this talent?
Jack Dixon: It’s just a feeling of how much their hole gives when you’re either fingering, rimming or trying to put your dick inside. Some guy’s holes just don’t open up at all. If that’s the case and it doesn’t begin to change in five to 10 minutes, I know it’s not happening. Other guys open up right away when you play with their butt or rim them. Personally, a massage makes it easier for me to get fucked for sure.
Ride Bodyworx: You have your cock pierced. Can you tell us what it was like getting your Prince Albert?
Jack Dixon: I got my PA about three years ago. I always liked how they looked, but I like them less in bed; it’s more about aesthetics. I was a bit nervous, but I had gotten so many tattoos by then that I figured it couldn’t be any worse than a tattoo and it really wasn’t. It happens so quickly.
You need to be flacid during, but I thought my piercing guy was kind of hot so he was getting everything ready and I was starting to get a boner. He pierced it and a bit of blood shot out. He was like, “Whoa, I’ve never had that happen!” But then it was over. It was sore for a few days and bled for about a day. I jerked off about a week later.
Ride Bodyworx: You’re a confessed video game nerd, so let’s have some fun with that. If you could fuck any video game character brought to life, who would it be?
I’d bang Soldier 76 from Overwatch, or he could bang me. Plus, he’s gay!
Ride Bodyworx: If you could do a porn parody of any video game?
Jack Dixon: Oh man, I mean the low-hanging fruit would be Call of Duty (soldiers and gay sex? Hell yeah!). Some franchises that I hold dear I would cringe to think of sexually, like Legend of Zelda, any of the Soulsborne games, Chrono Trigger and Final Fantasy. Wait…does that make me a prude?
opens in a new windowBobby Box is a freelance writer and editor. He writes about sex and relationships and men’s lifestyle topics for other publications and websites such as opens in a new windowNewNowNext.com, opens in a new windowAdvocate.com, opens in a new windowBustle.com, opens in a new windowAskMen, opens in a new windowPlayboy, opens in a new windowElle, opens in a new windowMANdatory, opens in a new windowElite Daily, and more.