Following my article/passion piece on the Cuban blogger revolution, I just coulden’t resist posting this. No, this isnt turning into a blog on Cuban afffairs, I just personally find it so damn interesting! Continue reading
Ahhhh Cigars. The ultimate indulgence for sophisticated men and revolutionaries for centuries. Not many things are better than a fine Montecristo and a bottle of Añejo 7 Años Havana Club. It brings back great memories of sitting under the stars at the original Tropicana Club in Havana, Cuba watching the spectacular show while enjoying the complimentary cigars and rum. I don’t normally indulge myself when at home in Canada though. When I head to Cuba on vacation I like to spend the week puffing away and usually bring the maximum allowed cigars back over into Canada (50 pieces). I usually smoke them all within a week, and quit tobacco cold turkey for another year.
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…
Hot Off The (Ab) Press!
White briefs – They are the #1 choice of male underwear models everywhere. I actually have the exact same pair this guy above is wearing! They looked great at first. I can no longer wear them however, due to some upsetting and unavoidable implications.The way they shape and form your junk is wonderful. Continue reading
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
While listening to a recent Joe Rogan Experience Podcast episode, the concept of Post Nut Syndrome (i’ll coin it – PNS) was brought up. After a little research (Google) I was able to come up with an actual medicalized term of this syndrome – Post-coital tristesse. Apparently it’s caused by a sudden depletion of Dopamine receptors, but that’s not really important… Continue reading
Yes, last of the Mohicans is a traditional narrative. Some would say the very structure of narrative is sexist. There is always a man at the centre who is a hero. Women are relegated to positions as sexual objects, often the bad guy is not white. In this sense drama can look like a negotiation of different bodily value in a culture. Narratives are accused of being patriarchal because they privilege the male perspective. In my experience, this has been used as an excuse to gloss over what I feel are a lot of brilliant pieces of literature. Continue reading