Matthew Camp Joins ‘Cock Destroyers’ Sophie Anderson and Rebecca More for LGBTQ Reality Series Slag Wars

The new SFW series will feature an eclectic lineup all competing to be... well, that part is a little murky.

Men.com is launching a new, safe for work reality show called Slag Wars: The Next Destroyer. You know it’s SFW because “The Next Destroyer” is a bowdlerized reference to its hosts’ claim to fame as “cock destroyers.” Yes, brief Internet stars (and longer porn stars) Sophie Anderson and Rebecca More have resurfaced, along with Only Fans fave Matthew Camp, to host… wait, what is it, exactly?

Mainstream gay press is typically coy. Even Attitude, which had the exclusive premiere announcement, doesn’t really explain what the premise of the show is. One has to go back to the series’ initial announcement in October and an AVN article to get more info:

Slag Wars: The Next Destroyer, follows More’s and Anderson’s hunt for the next international queer sex symbol, and features a cast of models, influencers, and superfans who all think they have the imagination and sex appeal to join The Cock Destroyers’ tribe.

That clears that up! Er, wait. What? Let’s see what James Greenwood, Men.com’s Marketing Rep, had to say:

This is an exciting development for our brand. It’s been a rough year for so many of us, and we wanted to bring some fun and joy to the world. Slag Wars is also a platform for our community to have meaningful conversations about sex positivity, diversity, and queerness, which has never been more important. We know it’s going to resonate with people from all walks of life.

Cool cool cool. Since the series’ site offers absolutely no additional information, we may need to wait until the November 27 premiere to get more information about what constitutes a “queer sex symbol,” how that is judged in a reality competition during a pandemic, and what the Cock Destroyer tribe does other than, y’know, destroy cocks. In the meantime, meet the contestants!

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