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01st Nov 2022

Adult star wants to be first performer to have sex in space – with Elon Musk’s help

Steve Hopkins

Sins thinks Musj ‘is the type’ to get ‘on board’ with the idea

Adult star Johnny Sins wants to be the first performer to have sex in space, and believes SpaceX boss Elon Musk “would be on board with it”.

The pornstar, one of the most famous and sought-after male adult film stars in the world, has clocked up a decade worth of explicit content and in recent years found a new audience thanks to YouTube and TikTok meme compilations due to the myriad of occupations he’s pretended to have. Sins has played a doctor, teacher, firefighter…. but not yet an astronaut.

Perhaps it is that longing that has inspired him to become the first porn star to have sex in space. He’s been looking up at the stars and hoping since 2015.

Sins was asked about that plan during an interview with Vice at Sexpo Australia and confirmed he is still pursuing the “very cool” idea.

“I would love to be the first performer in space. And when that campaign launched, I don’t even know when that was, 2015 maybe, no one had even gone to space yet on these commercial flights.

“But now that it’s happening, it could be potentially realistic. I think it’d be awesome.”

Sins said the launch would have to happen soon, as he’s already 43-years-old.

“It has to happen pretty quick, in the next couple of years, because I’m gonna get up there in age, so…”

Despite the “ticking clock” of time against Sins, he believes Musk is his best option to make his plans happen. And he thinks the new boss of Twitter would be “on board” with it.

“I think Elon would get on board with it, too. He is the type. That would be an amazing promotion for SpaceX, actually,” Sins opined.

Sins told Vice that playing an astronaut would be his favourite role, but fans prefer him in scrubs: “I think doctor is my most popular role. And I think it’s the opposite of what I really do. So I suppose I really like playing a doctor, I don’t know why. I would say astronaut, but I’ve never really been an astronaut yet. I’m still waiting for the space thing to happen.”

Musk has been making non-stop waves since taking over Twitter last week. He’s fired top execs, dissolved the board making himself the ‘sole director’, is looking to bring back banned users and to increase the cost of the blue-check subs from $5 to $20.

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