Alex Reid, Robin Windsor, Dan Neal and Jake Quickenden cover UK gay glossy Gay Times' annual naked issue.

Thirty-eight-year-old kickboxer-actor Alex Reid, who came out as bisexual in 2010, told the magazine: “Out of all the people I've slept with, only 5% were of the same sex, I used to care if that would surprise people but now I don't. I feel Western society is on the cusp of a transition where people are more liberated. Look at Tom Hardy. He's a proper alpha male and has spoken about having a bit of bum fun and it doesn't matter. The difference between him and me is that he doesn't talk about it.”

Singer Jake Quickenden, 25, said that he would reveal all if he had a bigger penis.

“If I was hung like a horse I'd get it out all the time,” Quickenden said. “But no one has ever complained about it – to my face, at least. Behind my back they probably have.”

Professional ballroom dancer and Strictly Come Dancing coach Robin Windsor told the magazine that he would have preferred to have danced with Ben Cohen on this year's show, rather than Deborah Meaden.

“As much as I love Deborah, I'd have loved to have danced with Ben Cohen,” Windsor, 34, said. “That would have been like 'Wow.'”

Dan Neal, an ex-police officer, gained national attention as a roommate on the 14th iteration of the UK reality series Big Brother.

“Your sexuality doesn't have to become the most important thing about you,” Neal said. “And I want to be a role model for gay dads because there aren't many in the public eye. … I don't want my son hearing the word 'gay' used as a derogatory term in the playground.”