Monday, 29 November 2010
Carrying on from part 1 . As I had given him the green light, he leaned in for the kiss and when his lips connected with mine in my head it was like fireworks; my soul properly felt alive. It started raining proper heavily so we took cover on the benches underneath the slide in the adventure playround. We were in our zone alternating between 1st and 2nd base. My ting was printed against my tracksuit bottoms and he let the head poke out, wet his thumb with his tongue and circled it around the vein near the tip of my dick, I can't even tell you how heavy it felt. After about 45 minutes, I let him know that it was getting late and I had to cut. He walked me to the train station and when I got home to my room, I feel onto my bed grinning teeth and happy that someone decent was checking for me.
We linked up a couple of times after where I would go visit him as a 'friend from college' and met his mum, dad and sister, but turns out he wanted to be on a whole 'playing the field tip' so I ended the sexual part of our relationship and concentrated on the friendship, so although I was a little pissed off to begin with, I'm glad things have turned out the way they did.
What is it with gay people that have always got their mouths dragging their conquests or enemys through the mud to others?
I am always weary of people who ask me if I know random guys names that they reel off. I guess I feel as though everyone should get to know people for themselves and not basing opinions on hearsay and gossip fodder.
If you are my friend then the friendship is based on you and I bettering each other as people by inspiring growth and being on hand to give advice and come to through where possible. The last thing I want is for you to waste my time projecting negative energy from your situations with others that didn't end amicably.
Being a person of colour and getting to know the same in London is hard enough with the hearsay making the pool even smaller.
As a man, never feel that you are doing someone wrong by cutting someone short and telling them that you don't want to hear their fodder.
Have you ever dealt with such people? How did you react?
If someone was to ask you if you sex game was on point what would you say? The real question is how well do you know yourself sexually. In this day and age people are so caught up on how they want to appear, they loose sight of the basic element. Passion.
If you then drill down a level you've got validation and physical attraction; you want to guarantee that said person is into you and you want to be attracted on all levels to the person that you are laying with. If you are into masculine guys and a guy with feminine traits comes into the picture be real with yourself. If you are not into him sexually put a platonic friendship on the table as an alternative and keep it moving.
Similarly if you and your ideal cross paths, don't lose yourself in the situation; it only means that it won't last long on the grounds said guy is attracted to you and not the sprung shadow of your former self.
Then let's talk what turns you on.Why lay with someone if you are going to hold back on verbalising how you really wanna be pleased, when sex and foreplay should be a two way thing? What's a handsome face if he can't kiss, or worst still, is whack where all things down south are concerned?
Similarly, if he ain't doing it right, a lil "That's cool but you know what would really be on point...?" type sentence goes a long way.
Although dating isn't always about the physical, the physical forms a major part of the jigsaw and its for that reason that you should take some time to address it.
Sunday, 28 November 2010
Thursday, 25 November 2010
Tuesday, 23 November 2010
Sunday, 21 November 2010
Thursday, 18 November 2010
Monday, 15 November 2010
Check out this speech by 14 Year Old openly gay student Graeme Taylor. The speech is in response to the school board suspending his teacher Jay McDowell without pay, for removing a student from Graeme's class wearing a white supremisist flag for making homophobic remarks.
Watch the speech after the jump
Sunday, 14 November 2010
Over the last two years Wendy Williams transitioned from radio host to TV personality. The transition however means that the straight quick witted, celeb trash-talking that her radio fans loved her for is no more. Here are some of Wendy's best bits from memory lane after the jump:
I heard about Terrance Dean's book when it came out a couple of years ago and I wrote it off as a gay version of Karrine Steffans' video vixen book. I've since though heard some interesting things about it so plan on adding it to my reading list and doing a review on it when I'm done.
Saturday, 13 November 2010
Peep the trailer for indie movie Rivers Wash Over Me. The movie chronicles the struggles of a gay teen as he begins life after moving to a new States. The movie comes out on DVD on 21st December.
The trailer is after the jump
Thursday, 11 November 2010
Tyler Perry's film adaptation of anthology 'For Colored Girls' opened to mixed reviews. Some praised it and others panned it. The folks over at Sons of Baldwin had some interesting points on the movie. Peep them after the jump.
Wednesday, 10 November 2010
Friday, 5 November 2010
Check out this interesting test ad for Converse by talented London based poet Dean Atta.
My 2 pence after the jump
Thursday, 4 November 2010
One of my favourite youtubers and friend of the blud blog Qaadir celebrated his birthday recently. Happy Birthday Q!
Check out his birthday message and most recent dose of anecdotal entertainment after the jump.