Gay Wrestler Gives Profits Of Homemade Porn To LGBT+ Suicide Prevention Charities

Australian Dave Marshall wanted to support prevention charities since losing his father to suicide.

A split screen image of gay wrestler Dave Marshall posing outdoors in skimpy trunk and then body slamming a hooded figure in the wrestling ring

Dave Marshall, an openly gay wrestler from Perth, is using homemade porn released through his OnlyFans account to give back to his community.

The 6 foot 3 megahunk felt compelled to help after losing a loved one. He posted to Instagram: “The reason the money I raise from my OnlyFans goes towards Beyond Blue is seeing every day how big depression and anxiety has become in society and almost overlooked…my father took his life last year.” He continued “Older men have a ‘Harden the fuck up’ mentality they were brought up with. Stats on LGBT in this area are quite scary too so I hope I can in some way, give back to my community. Positivity is everything.”

Beyond Blue is an Australian mental health support service while OnlyFans is a subscriber based site for amateurs to distribute homemade porn to their followers.

Marshall’s ex-boyfriend had suggested the gay wrestler get into porn but the idea didn’t initially appeal until the idea to use it to benefit others came to him.

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In an interview with Gay Star News, Marshall told of how his love of wrestling inspired him to get into shape and to begin his career as a wrestler and personal trainer. He said, “Wrestling had always been the reason I got into fitness and is a big part of what keeps me going. I wanted to be a wrestler since I was ten and am finally living the dream”.

Marshall came out later in life, aged 25 and entered into a three year relationship with the ex who suggested getting into porn. He is seeing a new guy now, of whom he says “We have very similar values. He is very driven in his work, has a passion for fitness and makes me feel like a million dollars.”

We can’t blame him, Dave.

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