Biography

Robert Black

Robert Black is host of the podcast Sexual Heroes, featuring interviews with a diverse array of guests who inform, entertain, and inspire his listeners to embrace their own sexuality. The show, which had been on hiatus while he completed a master's program, returned for a fifth season on May 16, 2022.

Robert has been actively kinky since his teenage years. He attributes his primary kink, bondage (as dom or sub), to watching a 60's television show, The Wild Wild West. It often featured the star, Robert Conrad, shirtless, bound, and taunted by one villain or another.

He quit a long held corporate training job in 1997, and the next year, at age 35, performed in his first adult film. It was a BDSM scene for Brush Creek Media in which he was flogged. He enjoys being on the receiving end of a flogger to this day. His aggressive response to this type of play earned him the nickname "Rage."

Himself a fan of ZEUS Studios' BDSM videos, he became the "1999 ZEUSboy," appearing in a number of their films. He went on to appear in approximately 50 mainstream sex films, for companies including Raging Stallion, Falcon, Hot House, Catalina, and others.

He received a GayVN nomination, as well as a not so ironically earned Grabby Award for a masturbation scene in a Sports and Recreation film. Robert coined the term "solo-flexible" to describe his ongoing movement between solo-sexuality and sex with other men. Still with a toe in the porn waters, Robert masturbates ("bates") as "Wolf Dad" on the cam site Chaturbate and shares XXX content on his Twitter feed.

In addition to the film work, he was featured in magazines such as Unzipped, Honcho, Bound and Gagged, and Advocate's Men.

Robert is "Headmaster" of Endorphin High - School of BDSM, a growing hub of links to resources for people who are curious about power exchange and other kinks.

With his graduate studies complete, and professional life less structured, you may see Robert (now a self described "daddy") collaborate with some familiar adult content creators.