Sunday, March 15, 2015

Sex Acts In 1964; Gay Male Sexy Workers and Kids; The Rainbow Detective Agency

Sex Acts In 1964

It's hard to believe some of these things when you read them, but it happened and it's all in writing.

Good ‘ole Connecticut referred to sodomy, for instance, as the “crime against nature,” and it carried a hefty sentence of 30 years in prison. Kentucky might give you 2-5 years, and in Massachusetts or Minnesota you’d face 20 years.

Fornication was viewed with much less severity, and would typically result in a $20-500 fine. Seems pretty reasonably, no?

There's more here. Next time you start complaining about those good old days and how people didn't stare at their phone and text in public, read this backward nonsense for a reality check. I prefer now to the past any day. 

Gay Male Sexy Workers and Kids

This is hard to title because it's really about what gay men in risque professions should tell their kids. But for me, sexy worker includes everything from modeling to stripping to rent boy. I know some would disagree, but it's all how you look at reality. If you're posing almost nude for underwear you're promoting sex, not just undies. I prefer to keep it as real as possible. And I don't judge anyone for what they do to make a buck.

Underwear model, Colby Melvin, said this:

We all have bodies and pretending sex does not exist or making it seem taboo is how we get so many body-image disorders. Make fun of me all you want, but this is the real me, and it isn’t changing. Would that be so bad to teach my child?”

I agree with him 100%. You can read the rest here. 


The Rainbow Detective Agency Book 1

 
 


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