Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Intubate Like A Boss

 I can't say enough about how amazing I think this handsome young man is.

Tuesday, October 6, 2020

Ohhh Myyy.....THE VIEW

 rubber_rubber_poland on Twitter 😍😈

Tuesday, September 1, 2020

Thursday, August 20, 2020

Male Chastity considerations

For those of you who follow me on Twitter (@speedoguru), you know that I have been locked in a CB-X CB6000 chastity device since Sunday. I accidentally left the keys at the RV at the campground, so instead of wrecking a lock, I decided to tough it out and live in chastity for the week.

It has definitely been a challenge. Not being able to enjoy erections, sticking my dick in my favorite butts, and enduring the swelling and shrinking and all the pain and discomfort there has not been fun, however knowing that I can't do anything with my junk and focusing on my ass all week has been interesting. I feel particularly sore in the mornings as I think everything swells overnight, however during the day when the fluid levels are lower, so is the pressure. 

I've been getting a lot of support and advice from the locked brethren on Twitter, and also suggestions on better, more comfortable, long-term wearing devices. It has been an interesting information collection so far this week. Though I have been frustrated and uncomfortable to the point of being sore sometimes, it has been a satisfying challenge, and certainly puts you in the headspace of being useless for anything other than being a bottomless hole.

Do any of you have a favorite chastity device? The Holy Trainer has come highly recommended, if I should decide to upgrade :)

As far as stretching my fully-actualized hole and getting in deep is concerned, I've been busy.

Last Wednesday, CPFFucker opened me up for multiple doubles again after a bit of a stretching hiatus.

Mook was turned on by my chastised condition and fucked me in the afternoon on Monday.

N33dfulthings got into me on Monday evening, finally got his hand past my second ring and reached new depths for us, plus worked on the double fists again.

Tuesday I was over for my weekly session with IvyHole, I worked him over good before he got within millimeters of getting both of his big non-collapsible paws into my beaten-up hole. We got some great new footage for posting on Xtube and JFF as well.

Last night, Alfanumerik came over (CPFFucker had to cancel unfortunately...we were planning on our first fisting threesome together, it will have to wait until another day) and he got into new depth territory by getting a majority of his left hand past the second ring too. It was different sensations than on Monday with N33dfulthings due to the boys using different hands for entry. 

It's amazing how different anal depth can feel depending on angle of entry, knuckle locations, degree of hand collapse and which hand is being used. We have been dabbling a bit into gunge, spit, piss and orifice stuffing and want to explore our disgustingness with each other more. Plus he wants to role play with me....something I've been wishing for for a long time. I fantasize having him lock me up completely tight in the sling, control my air and poppers, controlling catheters, enemas, and ultimately my hole.

All my boys are sexy as fuck and I love playing with them all. I feel so lucky. Considering the situation we're in with rising Covid-19 cases here in BC and the potential requirement to 'lockdown' again this fall, I am discussing our situation with the boys, everyone seems to be on board to create a 'Fister Sister' brotherhood of sorts, as we're all fisting and fucking each other, it isn't a stretch for us to just have an exclusive group to maintain our sex lives over the fall/winter. This unfortunately might mean dropping a few others in order to simply keep our numbers low, and obviously I will want to maintain my relationships with my closest fist brothers. But that also means meaningful connections, awesomely piggy one-on-one and group sessions, and our small group of 6-8 is maintainable.

Wednesday, August 19, 2020

Banned on ChristianBook and ChristianGram

This gem was taken down numerous times on the ironic "free speech" websites. All I can continue to say is, thank dog for Twitter...

Monday, August 17, 2020

Horny and Hot

I felt horny on Sunday morning at the campground, so I decided to beat the heat and go for an early hike, take photos with my jock, harness, and tights, and dig in my hole for some satisfaction. 

Monday, August 10, 2020

Mario Brothers Photoshoot

Mook and I had the opportunity to get shot by Codeness in various spots at Shadow Falls Campground on Thursday. G, PG and R series were taken! Here are a few of the results...

Sunday, August 9, 2020

Thursday, June 25, 2020

Fantasy Material

These images were created by talented artist Taka Hiro. Fuck, these are so hot! I could look at these for hours, I think I may have to purchase some proper gags and nose hooks and combinations of those now. This is especially horny with all the different rubber and bondage looks. Can I make this fantasy a reality now?

Monday, June 22, 2020

15 Reasons Why This Gay Man Will Never Be Monogamous

By Alexander Cheves, The Advocate

Sexual exclusivity is a deal-breaker for me.

He asked me, quite nonchalantly, if I was the “dating type.” I said I was, but it depended on the guy. We were standing at the free weights, studying our reflections in the mirror, sweating profusely. We later met at the Starbucks near the gym.

After some good chatting, I dropped the bomb. “I must warn you,” I said, “I’m hard to date. That’s why I don’t do it often.” He asked what I meant. I explained that I was non-monogamous and polyamorous. The most I could give him was romantic exclusivity, at least for a little bit, but I could never be sexually exclusive to only him. Sexual exclusivity was a deal-breaker for me.

He took it in. He looked down at his to-go coffee, mulling it over. “I’m cool with that,” he said, “but why would you want to date if you’re just going to fuck everything that moves?”

There wasn’t a second date, and that’s OK. We were never going to work out. This gay man will never be monogamous. Here’s 15 reasons why. 

1. Sex and love are different.
In all discussions on monogamy, nonmonogamy, and polyamory, this is home base. You start here.

Sex and love are  different. Our culture tends to conflate them, or at least see them as byproducts of each other, but the reality is very different. Sex is an animal act, something you may do with a random stranger or lifelong lover. Love — a word that resists any hard definition (much like “queer”) — is at least a mental and emotional connection with someone that exists independently of sex.

Want proof? There are many sex-free couples madly in love. And there are many people who will go home tonight with strangers they don’t know, don’t love, and may not even like very much, and have awesome sex with them for a couple hours. I’m probably one of them. 

2. You can love many people at the same time.
There’s a myth that “real” love comes in a limited amount — that love “shared” or “split” between two or more people is weaker or less authentic than love piled on one person. This is called “starvation economy.” Starvation economy myths are especially tough for people who’ve been emotionally or physically abused or have truly suffered from hunger or not having enough.

Our culture tells women to “fight” for a good man. It tells people to lay claim over someone’s love for fear that if you let your guard down, they’ll start loving someone else. These are unhealthy results of starvation economy narratives that our culture enforces over and over. Starvation economies are social myths that tell us there is a limited amount of things which are truly limitless. There is enough love, sex, and pleasure to go around.

Rejecting “starvation economy” is the first step to embracing a lovely and life-changing concept — polyamory. 

3. You’re allowed to have sex with many people.
Polyamorists and non-monogamists embrace a radically simple view of sex: Sex is a good thing. You can’t have too much of it.

Sex isn’t bad. Sex isn’t sinful. You’re not a sinful or dirty person for wanting it. Living this way — enjoying your sexuality — will invite social criticism in nearly every culture. You will be called names. People will refuse to date you because you’re a slut. There are many attitudes around sex in the world and most of them are negative. Many religions are concerned with what we do in bed and take great pains to police our sex lives.

Don’t listen to them — or listen, but understand that they are the result of centuries of social conditioning and institutionalized abuse. 

4. Polyamory and nonmonogamy are real concepts — not made-up ways to “cheat and get away with it.”
Polyamory and nonmonogamy are not interchangeable terms. You can technically have a monogamous polyamorous relationship. What’s the difference?

Monogamy is sexual exclusivity to one person, or a few people. You’re monogamous with your boyfriend when you’re only fucking him and he’s only fucking you.

Nonmonogamy recognizes the problems with monogamy (more on that later) and defines relationships in which sexual exclusivity varies. Nonmonogamous couples may occasionally play with a third, or have separate trysts on the side, or have dominant/submissive relationships with other people, or play with others only when they’re apart, or may establish certain freedoms on certain occasions. (For example, many gay couples give each other permission to play freely with whomever they want on Pride weekend.)

Polyamory is simply the practice of loving various people at the same time. The difference between these two terms is that “non-monogamy” implicitly defines a “primary” two-person relationship with various secondary and tertiary partners on the side. In contrast, polyamory rejects a central two-person pairing as the “main” one, and sees all relationships as different, equal, and important, existing in tandem with each other. If nonmonogamy is a web with strands spread out from the center, polyamory is a series of strings laid together, running parallel.

“Nonmonogamy” is generally talking about sexual exclusivity — the “focus” of the word is sex. Polyamory (composed of the Greek poly meaning "many, several" and the Latin amor, “love”) defines many loves, many relationships. Its “focus” is affection for multiple people, regardless of sex. I am a non-monogamous polyamorous gay man. 

5. Monogamy is problematic.
Nearly every monogamous couple I know deals with problems of jealousy, dishonesty, distrust, cheating, and absurd manipulation that I see as inevitable results of monogamy. Some people can make monogamy work, but I think monogamy ignores our natural human impulse to have sex with lots of people and enjoy it. I see monogamy as innately unsuitable for our species. The divorce rate bolsters this, as does the countless couples who check their partners’ phones for signs of “someone else” — the classic red flag of a toxic monogamous relationship. 

6. Sex with the same person gets boring.
Even if you’re a sex stallion, sex with you will grow dull to someone who’s only having sex with you and no one else. Sorry, but that’s the reality. If this is your requirement — monogamy — then your partner will have a boring sex life, and so will you.

Boredom is unavoidable. Every year, countless married couples spend thousands of dollars “spicing up” their sex lives only to be met with failure. Sometimes the solution isn’t adding a sex sling to the bedroom. Sometimes the solution is someone else.

It’s perfectly acceptable to want (and enjoy) sex with someone different because they’re someone different. Variety is fun! 

7. No one can meet all my sexual needs.
I have a long list of kinks. No one is going to be into everything I’m into. To expect anyone to satisfy me in every sexual capacity I like would be insane. It would be an enormous amount of pressure on him to perform like a superman, and it would be pressure on me to like what he delivers (or pretend that I do) in order for our relationship to survive.

Sound bizarre? Yes, it does. But most people live in these kinds of relationships. No one is going to meet all your sexual needs. 

8. I want a pack.
In an ideal world, I would have a small handful of playmates — sexy, kind-hearted, open-minded men who are aware of each other’s existence. I will always enjoy hot anonymous sex with strangers in dark rooms, and I need these guys to know and understand that part of me. I want them to be there when I leave the dungeon/sex club/sex party, come home, crawl in bed, and call it a night. 

9. I want my partner(s) to have awesome sex lives.
I will not satisfy all sexual needs. I’m not that skilled. If someone I love wants to play in a way that I can’t deliver — or if they make a connection with someone that electrifies them in ways I do not — then I want them to enjoy sex with someone else without me. I don’t want to change them or restrict their pleasure. 

10. Monogamy is upheld by most major religions which have no place in my secular sex life.
Not all atheists are polyamorous, but this one is. Not believing in god makes it easy to make my own rules. The most aggressive anti-sex, anti-kink, anti-queer crusaders — people who work hard to limit my freedoms and hurt my people — tend to be religious.

When these people push legislation that harms me and hurts women and enforces negative views of sex, they contribute to a cultural divide that has long existed between sex-positive people and believers. People from both camps have attempted to bridge this divide. My friend the sex writer and radio host Chris Donaghue, author of the outstanding book Sex Outside the Lines (a book that everyone looking to redefine their sex lives should read), points out the various spiritual sexualities, Pagan faiths and Eastern philosophies that encourage healthy sexual attitudes. There are countless other authors who’ve studied ancient to modern tribal faiths which encouraged, rather than commodified, the sexuality of women.

There are many exceptions to this “faith vs. free love” war, but I see all religious attitudes as ancient enemies. Throughout history, people on my side were harlots, whores, sodomites, and sinners. I don’t let old grudges die. 

11. Monogamy isn’t necessary for a happy relationship.
No relationship is perfect, but a successful nonmonogamous relationship, poly or otherwise, comes pretty close. Imagine it: Everyone is getting as much sex as they want while getting the love and care we all need. Sure, jealousy comes up sometimes, but you communicate through it. 

12. Nonmonogamy requires total honesty in order to work. Honesty is always a good thing.
Telling your partner that you want to have sex with Evan next door will not be easy, but if you’re dating someone mature who will listen before shouting, they should reach a place where they’re thankful that you told them the truth rather than did something dishonest and sneaky behind their back.

This is how you start the “nonmonogamy conversation.” This may become the “polyamorous conversation” if you develop feelings for Evan and build up the courage to tell your partner that you’d like to explore the possibility of dating Evan, or would like to see if the three of you could spend some time together, because you think your partner would like Evan too. 

13. Nonmonogamy forces you to communicate well — a good skill for everyone.
Communication is important in all relationships, but in nonmonogamous ones, communication is paramount. Yes, you will get jealous — “starvation economy” mentalities are hard to discard completely.

Yes, you will not always communicate your wants and needs effectively, and your partner(s) won’t either. We’re human. But for your relationship(s) to work, you must learn effective communication and good listening skills. This will make you a better boyfriend. 

14. Polyamory has made me a better boyfriend.
I hurt some good guys before I realized I wasn’t a monogamous boyfriend. I broke their hearts. They didn’t deserve it. I was a cheater. I didn’t love them less, in fact I loved them all an awful lot.

I didn’t know that nonmonogamy was an option. I didn’t know how to tell them what I wanted. I felt ashamed for wanting sex with other people. “Why can’t I be satisfied?” I repeatedly asked myself in the middle of every disastrous breakup. These might have been avoided if I had been honest.

If this is where you are — if you’re about to cheat and hurt the person you love — talk to them right now about what you want and what you need. It may be the best thing you’ve ever done for your relationship. 

15. We are free.
I reject the idea that you have to live a certain way. People all your life will tell you who you can date and who you can’t, who you can and cannot have sex with, how much sex you “should” have, and how you’re “supposed” to live.

I’m telling you that you don’t have to do anything you don’t want to do — ever — and you can have as much sex as you want. Take care of yourself, take care of the people you love, and stand by your choices. Your sexual needs are important because you are important. They are worthy of your attention. They are worth addressing.

Sex is not this tawdry little piece of your life you have to keep in closets or sweep under the rug. You don’t have to be quiet about it or apologize for it or feel shame for it in any way. It’s your life. Love it and enjoy it every way you can.