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I caught up with Matt and Steve from Oz Gym Boys and asked them a few personal questions.

Can you remember the first time you jacked-off?

Matt: I was 11. I was at home in my bedroom — I jacked-off to a Kmart catalogue, looking at the men’s underwear section.

Steve: I was 13 years old. I was at my sister’s house — it was in the shower. There were family over, and I was just waking up to go for a shower. I’d read a book that I’d found about jacking-off, and I thought that I’d give it a go. I sat in the corner of the shower, with the water running, and got started.

How did you feel when you first jacked off?

Matt: It felt good, but I had no idea what I was doing.

Steve: I felt guilty. Also, it hurt — I’d never had my foreskin pulled over my knob.

Did you talk about it with anyone?

Matt: No.

Steve: Nope, I was too embarrassed.

Did you try any different techniques in those early years?

Matt: Back in those days, I only had one technique and I only ever used one hand.

Steve: I tried sticking my dick in random things, but it never felt good. I had no idea what lube was at that point — I was a very innocent and shy kid.

Can you remember the first time you talked to someone else about jacking off?

Matt: I was in year six — I spoke to my best friend about it. I don’t remember exactly what was said, I guess we just swapped stories.

Steve: Right now is the first time — it’s never been brought up before.

How has your jack-off style evolved over the years?

Matt: I now use both hands to jack-off, and I use lube. I switch the direction of my hands, or hold my balls down and jack-off.

Steve: Matt generally does it for me. There’s also now a lot more toys involved, it’s forever evolving.

What’s your preferred way to jack-off currently?

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Matt: I like to mix it up, but pulling my balls down is my current go-to.

Steve: Whatever Matt feels like doing to me is what happens.

What jack-off hints or tips would you give a young guy just starting to explore his sexuality?

Matt: Try different hands or techniques, with or without lube, and work out what feels best.

Steve: Never feel guilty — it’s a natural and normal act. Don’t use shampoo or soap as lube. If you don’t want to get caught jacking-off, be careful — it can get very awkward.

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I caught up with artist Edgar Murillo to admire the men that have been inspiring his work.

When did you discover and begin to explore your passion for art and illustration?

I discovered it from birth. I was born deaf and it was difficult for me to communicate with my family, so I used papers and pencils to draw to be able to communicate something. I draw every day, and I’m very happy.

How would you describe your style of illustration?

Honestly, I don’t know what my style is – I draw different types of drawings and I keep making more drawings with new styles. The important thing is that people like it a lot.

Who are some of your heroes or artistic inspirations?

SilverJow, Kimjunggius, and Nesskain – you must follow him!

Are the men you draw hyper-masculine?

Yes – I’m a pogonophile – I love furry!

The inspiration comes from my imagination, friends, movies, and social networks. The majority of men that I draw are from Barcelona, others from America.

Do you accept commissions?

Not yet. I’m focused on making movies, and several other projects.

What do you expect people to feel when they look at your work?

Hypnotised! Some people have told me that they find my drawings arousing.

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Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
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Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
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Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
Art by Edward Murillo (image supplied)
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