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Bodybuilders have been getting into porn in a big way over the past few years, with a whole host of films being made and uploaded online.

But it seems like there’s been a lack of bodybuilders and gay porn featuring women body builders. 

According to Pornhub, the number of lesbian porn films uploaded to the site has increased by 300% in the last year. 

“We are seeing a lot more lesbian porn in the gay scene and it’s definitely trending up,” porn producer Michael DeMarco told the Huffington Post Australia.

“I think that’s why the porn industry is going through this transformation.”

He says he’s not worried about the number or quality of porn, but wants the industry to focus on diversity.

“It’s important that we make it as accessible as possible to anyone,” he said.

DeMarco is the founder of the website Bodybuilding.com, which is a popular source for gay porn. “

You need to look at a bodybuilder’s body and see that he has a beautiful, muscular body.”

DeMarco is the founder of the website Bodybuilding.com, which is a popular source for gay porn.

“I think it’s a really great time to be a body builder and I think that a lot of people are looking for something to be proud of, whether that be the kind of guy they’re attracted to or the kind who’s just doing it for the fun of it,” he told HuffPost Australia.

DeMarcus says the industry is still a relatively small one and he wants to continue to promote diversity. “

But I think if it’s the same kind of gay porn that was available a decade ago then it’s pretty easy to say that’s not the way you want to be viewed.”

DeMarcus says the industry is still a relatively small one and he wants to continue to promote diversity.

He says his aim is to make sure that his site isn’t only about women bodybuilding, but also shows gay men the kind to aspire to.

“We want to make it a place that we can share with all the different kinds of gay men who want to get into bodybuilding and want to see that they’re a part of it, whether it’s straight, gay, bisexual or trans,” he added.

“And we want to show that you can get in and get out of it without getting offended.”

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