We had the pleasure of chatting with Mark Tanner (the last of our stocked interviews from the before times). He’s a great all around guy to chat with, and we dive in a bit to his conservative Christian upbringing. Plus, he’s studying to be a doctor, and has a lot to say about LGBTQ rights in the doctor’s office.
Make sure you follow him on Twitter and subscribe to his OnlyFans after you finish reading this. Plus, you may have already read his answers to a few questions in a sneak peak for this article that we posted on our Patreon.
1. WHAT MEDIA ARE YOU REALLY IN TO RIGHT NOW?
Movies and Series, mostly from Netflix or re-watching thing since Disney+.
2. WHAT’S THE MOST EXCITING THING YOU’VE DONE OVER THE LAST YEAR?
I went to Zanzibar, Tanzania, Africa and volunteered building classrooms for a rural school. Incredibly inspiring, and beautiful. I got to see the country of Tanzania and got to also climb Mount Kilimanjaro my last week there. It was all pretty exciting.
3. IF YOU WERE TO DESCRIBE YOURSELF AS A MIXED DRINK, WHAT WOULD IT BE AND WHY?
Strawberry Margarita because it’s just enough sweetness and just enough salt and just enough alcohol. I think I’m sweet, but I can stand my ground and make a statement like the salt rim.
4. YOU’RE BUILDING UP QUITE A FOLLOWING WITH YOUR ONLYFANS IN A RELATIVELY SHORT AMOUNT OF TIME, WHAT’S YOUR INSPIRATION AND DRIVE BEHIND CREATING SUCH GREAT CONTENT SO OFTEN/QUICKLY?
I’m building quite a following with my twitter, it’s a little harder OnlyFans because not everyone subscribes. However I’m proud of my content and plan to keep on giving my subscribers the best content and the most for their money every day. I originally did it because I need help to pay for school since I’m starting medical school pretty soon and I’m finishing my undergrad degree, so far it has been helping. I hope it can grow so that I can focus on med school and pay for it with my OnlyFans. [I] Love all of my subscribers.
5. DO YOU THINK THE STIGMA AGAINST ADULT ENTERTAINMENT IS CHANGING WITH SO MANY MORE PEOPLE TAKING PART? AND, DOES THE EXISTING STIGMA SCARE YOU AT ALL?
The stigma terrifies me, I always wonder if it will come biting me in the butt later in life. When I have patients and other jobs in the way. But I think that it will be easier than it has been in the past because social media has changed everything so much. I hope it doesn’t negatively affect me.
6. IF YOU COULD GO BACK TO YOURSELF AS A FRESHMAN IN HIGH SCHOOL, WHAT’S THE MOST IMPORTANT THING YOU WOULD TELL YOURSELF?
To keep doing what I was doing, take it slow. And to know that things will figure themselves out. Don’t worry too much.
7. A LOT OF YOUNGER GAY GUYS HAVE BEEN OUT SINCE A YOUNG AGE. WHAT’S THE MAIN BARRIER KEEPING YOU FROM COMING OUT TO YOUR FAMILY?
My dad was the worship leader at our church, my mom the church secretary. I’m seen as a pastors son and my religious family does not accept homosexuality. Because I know their views, I have not wanted to put myself in the position of telling them. It’s really hard for me and it would be very hard for them. I don’t want to hurt them, I also don’t want to be hurt. It will come out eventually and when it does I will have to face it head on.
My family is Evangelical and very strict in their beliefs. I didn’t say or do anything with any guy until college. My first kiss with anybody was at 18.
8. IT’S DIFFICULT IN A LOT OF PLACES TO FIND MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS THAT QUEER PEOPLE FEEL COMFORTABLE TALKING TO FULLY, OPENLY, AND HONESTLY. WHAT DO YOU THINK CAN CHANGE THIS?
Medical professionals that can be trusted, the people need the education to know that there are many medical professionals that will support them and want the best for them. Certainly, when I am a doctor I want my patients to know o won’t judge, I will only want the best for them.
9. DESCRIBE YOUR PERFECT NIGHT WITH A GUY YOU’RE DATING. WHAT’S YOUR IDEAL SERIES OF EVENTS?
Go out to eat or do something fun like an escape room or something, have a couple drinks but not too many so we can drive back to my place and cuddle. We can see what happens from there
10. HAVE YOU ALWAYS BEEN COMFORTABLE WITH YOUR BODY? WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE SOMEONE OUT THERE WHO IS STRUGGLING WITH THIS?
I used to be skinny skinny, now I’m toned but still skinny. I never had problems with my body but there are always insecurities. I’d say to not let what other people think about you bother you but always try to live a healthy lifestyle. Not everyone is going to be skinny or muscular, we don’t all have to look the same. But be healthy for your own heart and mind.