Friday, December 1, 2017

The Unionization Seed

On June 29, 2017, the workers of The Pleasure Chest's NYC locations voted unanimously for union representation by the Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Union (RWDSU). The above poem was written before the vote and uploaded to my Facebook, Vimeo, and YouTube accounts to show why I was one of those unanimous votes. My reasons for voting are also expressed in interviews I did for Gay City News and Into.

We are presently in union contract negotiations, and some key matters to us workers were constantly disregarded. So it led to the tale told in this video that is on my Facebook and Twitter accounts:

These events transpired because we were treated as if we are powerless when we are not. Before this, earlier in the week, something else happened that is summed up by this Facebook post of mine that I'll close with....

Friday, November 24, 2017

No Longer Mr. Handsome NYC

Back in June, I won the title of Mr. Handsome NYC.

Part of my requirements as winner is to throw a fundraiser. I was all for this. In fact, I started contacting possible sponsors like immediately after winning. However, my selection and what was promised by those possible sponsors was looked upon as bare-boned. My search for sponsors was so brief because I was unaware of how much went into doing such a fundraiser, since I had never done such a thing. Plus in this case, I was unaware that the money for the benefiting organization did not come from a portion of admission. So with my writing 3 blogs, doing appearances, and as a union brother reminded me when I posted about this matter on Facebook, 1 or 2 union bargaining sessions each month since my day job unionized, there is no time for me to take on such an undertaking.

I offered that the host, Hunteur that instead of doing a fundraiser, to simply host one night of the Handsome NYC party where I could choose a theme, decent porn, and music to set the mood. I believe since I had never done a fundraiser before, hosting a party night would me a much more reasonable dip of my toe in the water or organizing an event than adding a fundraising to those duties.
Well, my offer to simply host a party was denied. So I was instead asked for the return on my crown, which is fine by me.
 For being the perfectionist that I am, I saw the crash-course offered of how to make a fundraiser being against my work ethic. I need to have the time to give my all. I was given a full year of my reign to make that fundraiser happen, but with all that I am presently doing, it would have still been a rush job to do an entire fundraiser.
Furthermore, I can't work with my position in gay nightlife being misconstrued as it was. For it was believed that I was greatly involved in gay nightlife. This is a great misconception that could have been avoided by paying close attention to my writing, and what kind of notoriety and lack of notoriety it results in.
For anyone who really takes note of what I write would realize what I write about gay nightlife is from the position of being an observer. Not by any means does my writings show me to be "connected" on such a friendly level with anyone in gay nightlife to be considered "involved". If I was, then how come after all of these years of blogging about gay nightlife have I never received a Glam Award nomination? Exactly. So entertaining that misconception was an added pressure I won't allow. Nor am I under any obligation to prove or disprove it.
Looking back on this, I realize now that part of the reason for the lack of contestants which allowed me to win that contest by default might be because of another reason besides the pretentiousness in gay NYC now. I feel the lack of contestants might be because possible contestants know someone who has done fundraising already. Thereby giving the potential contestant knowledge that I didn't have. They already knew about the barrage of emailing and back and forth that must be done for a fundraiser where the money to the beneficiary does not come from the admission. Either that, or they don't have the online following to feel confident in doing such so much as host a party like I had offered. So they bowed out of the idea of competing. With that said, I believe that if the responsibilities after winning are scaled down some, then contestants who sign up (then actually show up) might not be so hard to come by.
In any case, I hope the best of luck to my alternate. I'll get the crown back to Hunteur when I'm out and about at that time. As for those who showed me such support before, during, and after winning the contest, I give to you a WHOLEHEARTED THANK YOU. đŸ’‹

Sunday, October 29, 2017

Sex Toy Review - SackJack

One of the first things look for in a masturbation sleeve is whether or not a male's penis can go from flaccid to erect in it. For one the main pleasures of penile masturbation for a male should be that it lessens the pressure on him to be erect. Therefore, a masturbation sleeve should do the same thing. So if the material the masturbation sleeve is made out of is too hard to allow me to see early on the ability for a male to grow in it, then I quickly lose interest in anything else it has to offer, like texture. Luckily, that is not the case with the SackJack by Oxballs.

It's made a soft TPR that lets you start out flaccid, and grow to a full erection while inside it.

For that growth to happen, you need the proper lubrication for your cock's friction with the toy. My day job recommends a water-based lube. However, the packaging of the SackJack also recommends silicone lube as a possible lube choice, which I have to agree with since it makes a slicker glide. These lube suggestions are for the shaft part of the toy, not the part for your balls. If you feel the need to use lube for the part to place your balls, use a water-based lube, because silicone can get too slippery and make your balls slip out while stroking the shaft. Oil-based lubes are not recommended at all.

The SackJack is not as cumbersome as the popular Fleshlight/Fleshjack or my beloved Tenga Flip Hole. It just feels like you put on a textured second skin of your dick and balls with the texturing being for your pleasure, and no one else's. While the balls of the toy don't have texture, they do have a small hole in each ball. These can be used for drainage in watersports play, passageways for currents in electro-play, or the most simple that I've used them for, suction to your ball sack.

For awhile, many have commented on my Nude Dude Review videos that they would like to see a video of me actually using the toy that I've stripped down for. Well, your wish is finally granted. For the video below is not a Nude Dude Review video. It's an X-rated video of me playing with the SackJack. Displaying all of the aforementioned points. Such as my cock going from flaccid to erect while in the toy, using silicone lube for lubrication, and squeezing the balls for suction.

So is it a spoiler alert that the dick-slapping gif is from the end of the video? ENJOY.

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Sunday, October 22, 2017

The Bottoming Ass-Man's Missionary

I have always said that I'm an ass-man whether I top or bottom. It's the reason why when I top, to please myself, I prefer doggy-style. The switching up is for my sex partner. However, being an ass-man even when I bottom, I prefer missionary. And it's for more lustful reasons than the obvious intimacy from that position.

In fact, I'm such an ass-man even when I bottom that I have had (and still do have) many a sexual fantasy about bottoming for a hot guy just by seeing only his ass, and not his cock. And sometimes, it's without even seeing his face.
For my goal then is to make the sex be about an exchange. I give my ass in exchange for him letting me grope his butt repeatedly. So from my love of the beauty of the male booty even while bottoming came this erotic poem:

Fleshlight Launch

Lust Cinema