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Sunday, August 23, 2015
Sunday, August 16, 2015
Jerome, a Frenchman (played by Alain-Guy Giraudon), arrives in New York from Paris with only one idea: to find his lover Paul (played by Bob Bleecker), whom he discovers has become 'swallowed' up by the New York anonymous underground gay sex world. In nonstop encounters, Jerome searches for his lover Paul as he delves deeper and deeper into the hookup locations of animal slaughter warehouses, urine-tinged public toilets, and dangerous dockside rotted piers.
Thursday, August 13, 2015
Jimmy's wedding to Jane was a big deal here in Easyville last June. Lucky Jimmy just couldn't pick one, so he had seven best men! Only ever since their nuptials, poor Jane's been complaining to her friends because Jimmy just isn't delivering his 'male' into her female post office 'box', so to speak.
It looks like she's busy trying to turn him on while he's trying to turn on the radio (probably a wedding gift) to listen to tonight's baseball game. Jane, Jane, Jane--Go buy yourself a battery operated vibrator....and wash the soles of your dirty feet while your at it! It seems that Jane's girlfriends are having the same complaint--their guys just don't seem very interested in fooling around anymore. What would cause that? And why do kitchens all over town keep running out of Crisco all of a sudden?
Mayor Johnson commented at a town hall meeting that it's a pleasure to see the menfolk getting along so well. It's true! Even the barber shop is full of younger guys with long hair chatting up the older men sporting crew cuts...it's as if they suddenly found something they all have in common. Then all of a sudden someone will whisper something and off they go together.
Sunday, August 9, 2015
Jimmy never knew how much fun it could be. He also learned how some guys can sweet-talk the object of their desire just to 'pump, dump and leave' without even a 'thank you' as they put their clothes back on.
Who could have guessed that summer would have turned out so swell!
Please stay tuned for part two!
Saturday, August 8, 2015
Wednesday, August 5, 2015
|Mike Miksche by George Platt Lynes, 1952|