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Monday, September 15, 2014

Memories On Monday
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Memories On Monday
((Once Upon A Time))

Memories On Monday
((Porn Legends))


Ken Ryker is a muscular, 6ft 4ins tall, hairy chested and blond stud with hazel eyes and a massive 11-inch cock. Born a Leo in 1972 in South Korea, he later moved to Texas and was then ruled out of the US Marines by a car crash. He debuted in porn in about 1994 and made movies on and off over the years. In 1995 he won Best Newcomer at the Adult Video News Awards. He was portrayed as more gay for pay in his early years but latterly became more willing to suck dick and kiss men.


Derek Brodie haunted many familiar 'amateur' gay sites during 2006, including Randy Blue and Perhaps he was such a hit because of his looks - some say he's the spitting image of actor Mark Wahlberg. Muscled and lean, it was no suprise when Falcon snapped him up - although in 2007 he was signed as Brodie Sinclair by Raging Stallion only to leave amid controversy. He's got brown hair and eyes, stands about 5ft 11ins and has an 8-inch cut cock. He's usually a top, has done some straight porn and hasn't chalked up the best of reviews for his gay sex performances.

It's My Nature

Bob, age 5
White Settlement, Texas (1943)

This was snapped on my first day of school, in a place called "Liberator Village." "Liberators" were bomber war planes made in a factory there, and my tiny Mama crawled inside their wings and welded things.
Back then, kids couldn't start school till after their 6th birthday. But because Mama didn't want me to wait till I was nearly 7 to start, she falsified my birth date so I could start when I was still age 5.

Because I read well, I was quickly promoted to 2nd grade. Although lonely among older kids, I wasn't afraid of school.

One summer, I had lured neighbor boys into the schoolhouse's deeply-recessed doorways to play "You show me yours, I’ll show you mine."

I never had problems about my gayness. Because homosexuality was so feared,
no one ever talked about it or warned me against it. So I wasn't indoctrinated.

Also, I read Sappho, Catullus, Isherwood, and Auden early, and it was actually harder being smart than it was being gay.
I was beat up through high-school for "carrying too many books." Although both straight and gay boys attended my notorious "slumber parties," they were afraid to befriend me in everyday life.

Thus, I lived vicariously through movies and books, and instead of having steady boyfriends, I secretly worshiped movie star Tab Hunter.

Later in life I was alone and maladjusted. I dropped out of college and was thrown out of the Air Force. I fortunately visited New York and wandered into the Caffe Cino, the first Off-Off Broadway Theatre - and the birthplace of gay theatre.

And it was there, at last, that I found artistic, intelligent, gay friends and lovers. Though I was openly gay, I had an international playwrighting career.

It’s somewhat easier being gay today, but things can change in an instant.
Or worse, they can change with an election. So be wise and be wary, kids.
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