Homophones: Devin Hunter and Devon Hunter

I was looking at the back pages of the blog account to see who was visiting from where, and somehow (as happens in net browsing) I came upon Devin Hunter. It’s funny, because we have a great deal in common, even though we’ve never met or chatted. At any rate, I thought that was fun. I may contact him, just for shits and giggles to see if he replies. There’s also a Devon Hunter who is a female hunter from Devon, UK. I...

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Shout out to the ladies :)

No, this isn’t my G4P moment. I am simply wanting to bring attention once more to the fact that there is a significant audience for LGBT entertainment amongst heterosexual women, and I am adding another female blogger’s site to my blog roll. Lotta Roti is having an on-going conversation about gay porn and other issues, and I want her voice to be added to this blog. It is becoming more and more apparent to me that human...

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Interview: Stacey Swimme of St. James Infirmary

Devon Hunter: Please tell me: a) the contact info you would want used in the interview, b) a brief description of the organization’s history,  c) and how the organization fills a gap in standard attitudes towards sex workers. Stacey Swimme: I am the Development Director of St. James Infirmary. St. James Infirmary provides compassionate and non-judgmental health care and social services for all sex workers, while preventing...

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Fuck my husband

In all honesty, most women at clubs ignore me completely: I’m shorter than most dancers, I’m nowhere near as aggressive or shadowy (which girls at male strip clubs seem to want more than the nice guys they can see anytime at home), and I make no secret of the fact that I’m gay. I understand completely why I would be invisible to most women at a strip club – there’s really no fantasy that they might seduce...

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Corresponding from the he(art): My Target Audience

Dear Devon, You are a genius.  Your life and you living it as reflected in your blog is ART.  Thank you so much for sharing this art with the world, even though I am not, perhaps, your target audience. Sincerely, Jennifer*  *Explorer of the Farthest Reaches of The Internet, Lover of Men, Maleness, and Man-love in all its permutations. Dear Jennifer, I am sitting here stunned at your email. This is one of the kindest notes anyone has...

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Making your club dancer friendly

I have been doing bookings more and more at clubs that bring me in as a special performer, and I have been running consistently into the same challenges at all these venues that do not normally have exotic dancers. Here are some suggestions for managers/owners who do not have experience working with male entertainers: Avoid scheduling male dancers the same night as female impersonators. These two very different types of performers do...

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