Category Archives: Adult Humor

Letters From Men Who Go To Strip Clubs: INTERVIEW WITH SUSANNAH BRESLIN

Letters from men who go to strip clubs interview susannah breslin

Letters from men who go to strip clubs is the latest project from renowned blogger Susannah Breslin. It features letters from anonymous men speaking on their experiences in gentleman’s clubs all over the United States. The content of these letters reveal the men’s honesty, openness, and vulnerabilities. The patron’s discuss their various self-perceptions and ultimately – the reasons why they find themselves attending strip clubs in the first place. There is a vast spectrum of diverse perspectives in these always unpretentious and often humorous letters. The letters range from: A self-deprecating narrative from a lonely older man, a gay guy who admits he just appreciates the fine art of pole dancing, and another gentleman that just finds it easier to socialize with other men in this environment.

Here’s a little tidbit to wet your appetite…

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The Uncomfortable Issue of the Large Number of Male Dickheads…

The Angry Irish Man Throwing Baby

Okay so as I speak I am in an internet cafe in Ireland. Sitting next to me are three dudes with shaved heads and accents which would cause most Irish people to classify them as “knackers” (deadbeats). Right now they are currently sharing two computers between the three of them, even though it’s only 1 euro per hour. All three have quite un-subtly got their hands wrapped around their dicks and all are looking at extremely heinous pornography videos…pretty much in the middle of an extremely crowded area. Continue reading

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One Rape, Please (to go): I Paid a Male Whore to Rape Me Because I Wanted To…

one rape to go please: I paid a male whore to rape me because I wanted to

Vice Magazine is quickly becoming one of the most popular independent media outlets in North America. For well over a decade it has offered an outlet for independent artists as well as providing a voice for a broader countercultural movement. Vice’s humble origins lie when a group of friends – Shane Smith, Suroosh Alvi and Gavin McInnes, started a community magazine called “Voice of Montreal” supported financially by Canadian government grants. After a fallout with the publisher, the founders bought out the magazine, changed its name to Vice, and moved its offices to New York in search of a new advertisement revenue stream. Continue reading

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