Birthday 2014

As the 14th anniversary of my 24th birthday winds down, I am very content and grateful. I was able to recreate a peaceful space on the patio because of my financial situation. I was able to share it with many friends and family whom I love and respect. I got all sorts of unforeseen goodies that have intrinsic and sentimental value beyond their price tags. I was in the thoughts of many people who think I don’t suck too badly at being a human. And I have a strong, healthy body, and a relatively sound mind. To quote my 12th grade English teacher, Mrs. Mitchell: Every fiber of my being is pulsating with positive energy! Thank you, everyone, for adding to my wonderful birthday. xoxoxo

Author: Devon Hunter

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  1. Happy Birthday. Glad you had a good one. Hope the kitties treated you well.

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  2. Happy Birthday! The best part of birthdays is the reassurance that you are loved.

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  3. DIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

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    • Normally, I would delete a message like this; however, I think that occasionally there is value in allowing people to see the nonsense I often have to put up with from other gay men. I can only presume this is a response to my having had sex with a female client without vomiting. This message was pretty simple, and it doesn’t hurt me so much as it makes me feel a mix of withering hatred and condescending pity for the faggot who felt the need to send it. It was much worse back in 2010 when I interrupted gay-for-pay fantasy. Either way, I want you to know that I am having a great day.

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  4. Happy birthday to one of the hottest guys I’ve ever seen but haven’t had the pleasure to meet. You are awesome and remarkable 🙂

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  5. You approve comments from people wanting you to die, but you do not approve comments on your blog about your “new” sexuality and you insist on not answering whether to continue having sex with women, since you liked it so much. You are very selective in approving comments when it is convenient! You are intellectually dishonest!

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    • And what, specifically, do you assume you have to say to me that is in any way original, helpful, or insightful (as opposed to inciteful)? Well… Let’s have it, then. Wow me.

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  6. Sorry, Devon, but I think the problem isn’t you have sex with a woman without vomiting. The problem is you, a “GAY” guy, having sex with a woman and enjoy it and to think this was a wonderful sex. The impression we have is that you think now that the sex with women is more interesting than men. For the gays (including me), this is extremely confusing and disturbing. But still, I don’t agree that some of them wish him death. This is wrong. (sorry my english)

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    • To be frank: I am disturbed and confused by these hateful people being disturbed and confused. And, in truth, their attacks make me feel less and less obliged to explain or justify myself. I’m not bi, I don’t have a “‘new’ sexuality,” and if I did I wouldn’t expect members of the LGBT “community” to wish me death for it. Are we done now?

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  7. But you want to continue having sex with women? I’m sorry if I’m boring you. This will be the last question, I will don’t do more questions. HUGS

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    • No, I do not want to have more sex with women, and at no point did I ever say I did. This was a conflation created by hysterical internet trolls.

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  8. Devon, what you are doing is wrong. Do not accuse or generalize a huge and diverse community like the LGBT community, basiando only in some madmen who are wishing him death and disrespecting you. Our community is not homogeneous, there is people of all kinds and in all forms, as in any other community. You are an intelligent man, so I really do not understand why you involve a serious and respected community, based on three or five crazy. His attacks on the LGBT community are being unfair! Peace

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    • Three or five? Try hundreds upon hundreds. And when the Sean Cody bullshit happened it was thousands upon thousands. So I will thank you to not tell me how to respond to the trolls that show up to throw acid in my face.

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  9. Hi Devon,

    congrats to your birthday!

    I am a German guy who found your blog by chance. I am a bit disturbed and confused, that there seem to be people who want you to die because you had a sex-(work-)date with a woman and enjoyed it.

    From my point of view, sex is one of the best things we can do. And sex is one of the most multifarious things I know. There are so many ways you can have enjoyable sex, that I think it is needless to restrict oneself to just one certain way of having sex.

    I call my self as “gay”, as I am strongly attracted by men. Nevertheless, I had my first sexual experience with a woman. And there were situations in which I felt totally happy to have sex with her. After her, I only had sex with men as this felt more natural for me.

    However, I then said and now still say, I cannot and do not want to count out having sex with a woman again.

    I understood your post in the way, that you by yourself were surprised that you could enjoy having sex with a woman. I think, this is a great experience and I feel happy for you, that you had the opportunity to make it.

    I also understand your thoughts about gay men who state how disgusting they find the female body and excrements etc. We all are part of this world and we all are as beautiful or disgusting as everyone else. Why can’t we all just accept each other as we are? No body asks or even forces a gay man to have sex with a woman. But lots of gay man think it is exciting to have sex with a heterosexual man. These gays I ask, why a heterosexual man should do this, while they themselves cannot imagine to have sex with a woman.

    So everyone should have sex with whom ever he or she wants to (except for children!) – as long as both or all parties involved also want it and enjoy it.

    It is good for your own soul to open your mind and try new things when you get the opportunity. Of course, you should always watch yourself and should not let throw you off by actions you don’t really want to do.

    I don’t like to be categorised for the rest of my life in a certain formula!

    In German there is a saying: Who has not changed, has not lived (I hope, the translation is ok). So, don’t wish Devon to die, but start looking what you can change in your own life to make it more happy or more interesting and rejoyce about Devon being lucky to make a kind of good experience he never could imagine to happen.

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