Tuesday, November 5, 2013

1980 Basic Plumbing (part two)

Living the Southern California Dream in the 1980's.  The location for this photo shoot looks terrific.
Lots of men just seem to have a natural talent when it comes to fixing things.  Lots of other men don't.  In part two of our series, we see that our shower stud has put on his robe and gone outside to see what he can do to fix his pipes at the source of the problem.  When that doesn't do the job, he picks up the phone and calls for support: a professional to fix his pipes--the handy dandy plumber. 

There's some nice photo editing going on with this magazine.  The inclusion of inset pictures and close-ups, such as the model's hand on the railing, may not be sexual in nature but they certainly lend themselves to telling a more complete fantasy story.
 
For decades in both straight and gay erotica, the professional plumber has been a tried and true storyline vehicle for introducing the cock to its intended sucker.  Other common fields of employment that have lead themselves to casual fuckings in porn over the past 100 years have included the milkman, the landlord, the pizza delivery boy, the phone repairman (who morphed into the cable repair guy as home electronics changed), and the carpet layer.  But propbably none have had as many inside jokes as the plumber working/laying/cleaning pipes.  

It may be a porn cliche but it works.  Consider Josman's great illustrative series The Plumber where a hunky older plumber comes to fix a leak and discovers the younger adult son home alone.  It's a great storyline to bring them together.  By the time the plumber leaves, the son's tushy is no longer a virgin.  The faucet gets fixed, too!

As our storyline progresses, we get to know that our shower stud is named Jim Kennnedy.

Jim is calling the plumber via a 1980's telephone.  Fashion may change.  Technology may change.  The desire for sex always stays the same.
Luckily for Jim, a friend had already given him a business card listing a plumber who was the "best in the business for cleaning out your pipes" according to his friend. The magazine goes on to have a little fun with the storyline and with what we all know is about to happen once the plumber arrives: "Jim knew his pipes were in such bad shape that they were to take a lot of work...It had been much too long since anyone had given them a good going over."  Indeed, it sounds like Jim is about to get a real good 'going over'.  
 Please stay tuned all this month for more updates on Jim and his pipes.





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