Interview: XX Factor interviewing Devon Hunter

Hey everyone!

HAPPY NEW YEAR! Reflecting on the last year I have to say that quite a lot of good came out of it. I have never been more content and quietly confident than I am right now. It feels good to say that: We create our own realities, and I have chosen happiness. There is so much to be grateful for, and every now and then I like to take moment to remind myself of that (and hopefully that encourages anyone who happens to come here while they’re feeling down).

Starting a year off the way I want is always refreshing, and I’m happy to say that I’ve set a high standard for myself in art, business, organization, and career. Speaking of which, here is an interview that I gave to XX Factor. I’m a blabber butt, as always. But I think that’s part of my mission in all this: Revealing (in many ways and on many levels) that there is nothing to hide.

Author: Devon Hunter

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  1. Nice Interview. Did I read in it that you did a scene with the deliciously hott and sexxxy Topher DiMaggio. He’s to damn sexxxy, as are you. I might have to rent that scene.

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    • LOL We’re in a scene in Colt’s “Fresh off the Vine”

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      • maybe I could get a 2-fer for my b-day next month…Devon and Topher

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  2. Chris Rockway – Devon I’ll forgive you THIS TIME but do not touch my husband Paul Wagner 😉

    BTW can I say this, you put in your posting about coming in here when feeling down. The thing about your experience with that guy who blackmailed, I think your point about honouring the self, I’m not sure if that really is the way to go in this me society (the USA and Australia and England especially),however I think you are right, it is a hard thing to accept sometimes but if one treats one’s self good then mostly good things, good people flow. Even if you don’t believe in things like the Law of Attraction, I think you are right and you seem to have come from a place that is not good to now, and I hope to be in that place sooner.

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    • Fine, fine!! I will try to not be so greedy… 😉

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  3. Devon I just re read the interview and the experience you had regarding the students and leaving education. That upset me. Why? Because education in all its forms should not be political. Yes but it is.

    How did you move from that place of experiencing that to moving to this point in time and being happier? My only comment is I am only there 50-60% so although obviously it might be something else, I hope I can be in time in a new place in my head where stuff like that is a memory learnt from. Thanks again Devon.

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    • Working in the educational system here put me into contact with people who in general were miserable. Have you ever heard teachers talk? I mean, have you ever really listened to them? The overwhelming majority will tell you everything you want to know about why you should do anything else as a career: Most rarely stop complaining about the many layers of complication attached to being an educator (and for good reason: The system here is broken).

      By removing myself from that environment, leaving my last relationship, taking control of my life again, and structuring my life as I see fit, I have almost no choice but to be happier (especially by comparison).

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  4. Devon you are spot on and it is the same in England from what i have heard but in Australia it’s not good at any of the levels. One particular point is educators, like nurses, are not valued despite our need to have them. For example, I was reading today that research funds are dependent on your name being in this top academic journal which is hard to get into. Yet, I read rubbish research in some high level journal but read some at a lower level and it’s more engaging and interesting. It is sad that it depends on politics.

    Thanks for the replies I appreciate it, I think your point about taking control, yes that is right it just takes me and perhaps others time to do that but life moves us towards it.

    Now for me to move towards Paul Wagner 😉 *sorry Scott Tanner* he may read this blog. Oh and re Fresh off Vine. It’s interesting that the outdoor sex looked good so I hope it wasn’t freezing when you all did the scenes.

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  5. Just discovered on Just Us Boys you and Hunter’s making out pictures. There is one photo where you have your arm around Hunter’s body and are kissing him just below the pec area. That is hot as. Have a good week look forward to reading more blog stuff.

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    • It was a good shoot with him. I remember sitting in the hot tub with him the night before and getting acquainted and chatting (no, we didn’t fool around off set). As I said in the interview this blog posting is about, getting to know a model a little bit before hand helps me get into the scene later. He revealed some very human details about himself, and I enjoy that.

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  6. Hi Devon, been reading your blog, and my impression is that you are an ever improving guy- intellectually, physically, professionally, etc. ( not that you wern’t almost perfect to begin with). Congratulations on your growth. Hope to meet you someday when you are in Atl.

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