Monday, March 9, 2015

Passionate Brazilian flight attendant

Like most places in North America, it's been a very cold winter;  our average temperature in February was the coldest in our entire recorded weather history.

But due to the improvements I made in the plumbing system, my water system only froze once, very minimally, which I was able to thaw out in minutes.

This was huge improvement over last year where I had daily freezing issues for most of January and February.  Woo-hoo!  But in the past two days, temperatures have soared to 0 C (32 F)!  Balmy and spring-like!  To my great amusement and pleasure, I noticed a few young men going around town in shorts.  :-)

I haven't posted in over a week not because I had nothing to blog about but I was too busy with gay shenanigans to blog about them including several sweet hookups.  I fear that my posts are getting a bit repetitive.  But here is an update from last week:


  • Every day, I see hot naked guys at my gym with beautiful cocks and asses, letting it all hang out in the communal showers and locker room.  It is one of the simple pleasures of my life which I never tire of.
  • I had a four hour hookup with a Brazilian flight attendant at a swanky airport hotel!  He was 35 but looked ten years younger.  He was intelligent, passionate and deeply appreciative of my efforts and highly vocal.  I asked: "Aren't all your hookups like this?"   He shook his head vigorously:  "You have no idea !!"
  • Passionate Brazilian resembled the handsome guys pictured here but without the visible abs;  lightly muscled, smooth and with a shaved head and beautiful dark eyes.
  • Passionate Brazilian was so thrilled with our encounter that he made an arrangement get together next Friday, his next stopover in town.  Yes, sir!
  • At my school, our GSA has been re-invigorated with help from our students' council and we now have two transgender students (trans boys), two lesbians and (I think) two female allies, "friends of...." attending regularly.    
  • The sad part is that most of the gay teen boys are as deeply closeted as ever.  How do we reach them?
  • I attended our city-wide Gay Straight Alliance planning with 25 FABULOUS queer students;  such courage and enthusiasm!  We planned many joint and school-based queer events and I am planning a trip for delegation to the national Canadian GSA summit in May
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The one thing that I won't be blogging about is my exciting weekend visit to a major Canadian city to visit a special friend, perhaps future husband material, who moved there a month ago.

We had a fantastic time but mainly "played house", rarely leaving his downtown condo.  But it remains bittersweet, I think for both of us, living so far apart among other complications.

13 comments:

  1. Maybe fathers still having trouble accepting gay sons than parents of lesbian daughters??

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    1. Maybe, in some cases. I'd say that society at large finds lesbians less threatening than gay men. As an example, "Gay-bashing" is usually done by homophobic, probably closeted young who feel threatened by gay men. You NEVER hear of "lesbian-bashing", do you?

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  2. Finding the gay teen boys is tough. I swear that until society (several generations from now) just ignores sexuality, then it will remain hard to get through to a lot of them. Our LGBTQ group is about 50-50 at the high school age, but in the younger group, only about 20% boys. Hopefully, they will see the GSA growing, start hearing others talking about it, and maybe poke their heads in. Good luck!

    Peace <3
    Jay

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    1. You are 100% correct! At the city-wide GSA meeting recently, I told the group the expression: "Society moves forward one funeral at a time." Meaning, it will take an entire generation or two to die for LGBTQ folks to be completely accepted by society.

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  3. you naughty boy! ;-)

    it's been cold down here also; lucky for us, the past 3 days have been above 50F to melt the nasty 10 inches of snow we received last thursday. but no sign of spring flowers or birdies yet.

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    1. Your spring is just around the corner. Lucky you! It will be pretty wintry here for at least another six weeks!

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  4. So nice to hear from you again! It's difficult for boys--there's so much pressure to "be a man" and to show a raging masculinity. In my experience, a large number of my gay friends, hook-ups, lovers and my husband are more "real men" than a lot of the strutting heteros one sees disdaining "faggots" and "sissy boys." Also, the pre-teen and teen years are fraught with insecurities and fear of being rejected. By being out and the caring, supportive man you are, you're doing the very best you can.

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    1. You are so correct about the pressure to "be a man." I tell everyone that young gay boys and teens are Warriors.... they've been doing battle every day of their lives!

      And thanks, Will. For better or for worst, I always try to do the very best that I can in all aspects of my life.

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  5. I want to hear more about the flight attendant

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    1. I have another hotel-date with him this evening. (Friday, March 13). I'll tell you about it on my next post.

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  6. You're right that lesbians are far less likely to suffer violence, but it has happened here in the U.S., particularly since same-sex marriage became a reality. Lesbians apparently don't seem to be seen as "unnatural" as gay men since masculinity is seen as the great paragon with the guy who can run the football further and score the most women the big hero. Women's sexuality is not as controversial, thus the phenomenon in the 19th century of the Boston Marriage, women who lived together in obvious partnership situations and were not involved with men being accepted in society.

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    1. To add to your point, at my small high school (600 students) in my smallish, blue collar city, there at at least six or seven pairs of lesbian students who go around school holding hands and giving each other goodbye kisses at classroom doors.

      This generates no raised eyebrows, no comments of any kind from students or teachers alike. But I have NEVER seen two boys holding hands at school or showing any hint that they like guys.

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