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The C**k Destroyers just want to make the world a better place for their queer family

Reiss Smith November 24, 2020
The Cock Destroyers talk Slag Wars and championing the LGBT family

Sophie Anderson and Rebecca Moore are the Cock Destroyers. (Men.com)

The Cock Destroyers tell PinkNews about their new show Slag Wars, and why they see it as their responsibility to champion the LGBT+ community.

It’s been two years since Rebecca More and Sophie Anderson, during a break between gang bangs, uploaded a 69-second Twitter video announcing to the world: “You know what we are? We’re f**king Cock Destroyers.”

It was a call to arms; a declaration of intent; a refusal to be shamed for doing what they love – and what they’re good at. But it wasn’t always that way.

“When I was turning 30 – I’m nearly 33 now – I was living in my head, lying to people about what I do for a living,” Sophie tells PinkNews.

“I was fed up of having all those feelings, that you just can’t be yourself.”

It may have taken her a while, but today Sophie beams with pride when talking about her work. For her and Rebecca, being a Cock Destroyer is about more just than despunking balls – though that remains high on the priority list. But it’s also become their mission to empower others (especially those in the queer community, which has claimed the pair as its own) while spreading a message of inclusivity and sex-positivity.

“It’s in our makeup as human beings,” says Rebecca. “We just want to embrace everybody and represent everybody in the queer community.”

“We’ve been welcomed into the queer family with open arms and you can’t ask for any more,” Sophie adds.

In the spirit of giving back, the pair are about to embark upon Slag Wars, a reality competition series to find the next Cock Destroyer.

Be a Cock Destroyer, be a slag, be exactly who you want to be!

The show looks, to put it plainly, f**king incredible. Produced with gay porn site Men.com and co-hosted by Matthew Camp, it brings together seven queer models, sex workers and content creators in the picturesque English countryside, and puts them through their paces with a series of challenges judged by the likes of photographer Sam Morris, director Die Lamb (Matt Lambert), drags queens Alexis Stone and Baga Chipz and domination experts Emily Balfour and Busty Cookie.

Matthew Camp standing topless with arms folded. Text reads: A Men.com original, Slag Wars: The Next Destroyer.
Matthew Camp is the Cock Destroyers’ co-judge on Slag Wars. (Men.com)

“It was all about empowering the contestants,” Sophie says.

“It’s about positivity, letting yourself go. Be a Cock Destroyer, be a slag, be exactly who you want to be!

“Because we are in the sex and adult industry, we are judged. We wanted to put into the show that there’s no judgement here. You’re welcome, and we love you, and we want to give you a positive platform to show your talents, and to go on from this show to even better things.

“It doesn’t matter your gender, race, your sexuality, we’re not here to judge, we’re here to empower you to be exactly who you want to be. It’s an amazing, uplifting, sex-positive, crazy reality show.”

Giving others access to the platform they’ve been afforded means a lot to Sophie and Rebecca. As they run through the contestants – handpicked by them – you can see their eyes light up. They may be astute businesswomen – and a glitzy reality show is a hell of a way to cement their already incredible mainstream success – but it’s clear this is a passion project above all else.

“We have come across some incredible queer models on our shoots and it kind of has been a snowball from that,” Rebecca says. “Everybody was handpicked and we picked really well. We nailed it.”

 

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“With what happened with our viral video, our fan base was hugely from the queer community,” she adds.

“Everything has been very organic, and this was the perfect show for us to make. It feels like everything’s happened at the right time, it was two years of just building and it’s been amazing because we’ve made incredible friends along the way.”

The cast of would-be Cock Destroyers hail from around the world. There’s Nicky, a trans woman, drag queen and burlesque artist from the US; “Mexican Shawty” Gustavo; “non-binary daydream” Tyreece; “club gremlin” Cain; OnlyFans sensations Levi and Cam; and a contestant who’s new to the sex and adult industry, Kevin.

Rebecca and Sophie are particularly excited to be bringing trans and non-binary representation to the forefront, to educate not just their cis gay fans, but also the straight men who follow them.

“We’ve got a lot of friends that are non-binary and we want to to represent them, and we feel that we’ve chosen a fantastic contestant,” says Rebecca.

“People have different experiences, a non-binary person is going to have a totally different experience to what Sophie and I would have.

“I’m still learning about other people’s lives, I find out so much from the people I follow on Instagram, because my world has opened to other people and their lives.

“There’s still too many people that kind of think, boy, girl, which is quite small minded, isn’t it? If you’re watching a show that just relates to a girl and a guy, that’s one-dimensional. So I hope this is helping to break these barriers.”

The Cock Destroyers in fishnet tops with black crosses over their nipples. Text reads: A Men.com original, Slag Wars: The Next Destroyer.
The Cock Destroyers Rebecca and Sophie hand-picked the contestants on Slag Wars. (Men.com)

It’s hard to have expectations for a sex-positive reality competition show made by two female porn stars for a gay porn site might look like, but Slag Wars manages to defy any preconceptions you might have mustered.

There’s whipping, stripping and grinding of course, but also important conversations about tokenism and fetishism, racism and trans violence. One of the episodes features a challenge that’s all about safety and consent, and the pair are hopeful that young viewers will take note.

“That is what we need to be teaching young people,” Sophie says.

“We’ve all been there, like, ‘Ooh this is a bit dodgy’, and it’s how to deal with that and how real life is when you’re being sexually active, not rolling a condom down a banana.

“It’s about situations, the feeling of lust and love and knowing what that actually is, enjoying yourself. A lot of sex is about how you feel yourself as a person.”

Who better to get your sex tips from than sex workers?

“Sex ed at school is diabolical, we all had to fumble along somehow,” Rebecca adds. “Most people turn to porn. And really, who better to get your sex tips from than sex workers?

“There are some opinions formed about porn stars and sex workers, that we’re very one-dimensional. But we’re not. And in fact, because of our deep experiences we certainly know what we do and don’t like. And I think that’s very important as an individual. From personal opinion and experience, when I was young I tended to do things I thought somebody else would want me to do, it wasn’t about me, it was to impress somebody. It wasn’t until a lot later in life that I understood what I wanted.

“Hopefully the younger audience will be able to watch it and take something away from the show, even if it’s as simple as identifying with a contestant.”

Both are hopeful that if nothing else, the show can bring a little light to people struggling through what has been a disaster of a year.

“We get a lot of messages from people going honestly, you’re getting me through this,” says Rebecca.

“It’s something the community needs. It’s entertainment, it’ll take their mind of things. And it’s going to be a fun eye-opener for people. I’ve got friends who are not necessarily invested in the sex industry or the community and I just think when I put this on in front of them, they’re gonna be like, ‘Wow, my life is kind of boring.'”

“It was four days of being immersed in this sex positive, empowering family,” says Sophie. “I really hope that this show, and I’m sure it will, will really inspired others out there who don’t know where they’re going, or feel alone.”

And as for how to fill the rest of lockdown?

“Definitely sign up to people’s OnlyFans,” Rebecca advises. “The benefit of having of Zoom and FaceTime is online wanking is at its best. I’ve been investing in sex toys, you can do things remotely! Then eventually you can develop to a glory hole or something.

“Sophie and I we were saying, even the Cock Destroyers can go without cock for a bit, it’s only a month.”

On cue, Sophie adds: “You just have the 20 wanks a day! My vibrators gonna have smoke coming out of it!”

Slag Wars will premiere on Men.com 27 November, with new episodes streaming weekly on Fridays for free.

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