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Pussy Control

Posted by on 12:01 am in Bisexuality, Humor, Identity | 15 comments

Pussy Control

Today I had a couple significant firsts simultaneously in one appointment: I had sex with a woman for the first time, and at the same time I had an MMF three-way for the first time. I am no longer a gold-star gay. It has been the only thought on my mind since the moment this afternoon when I realized my client was female. I never presumed I would ever be with a woman (let alone within the context of escorting… let alone by surprise), and I never thought doing so would cause such a dynamic shift in my sense of self; however, I think this...

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The Dance (2003)

Posted by on 9:03 pm in The Gospel According to Devon | 2 comments

The Dance (2003)

Something that I have secreted away on the blog is going to start getting a bit more attention from me: The butterfly button at the top of the right column once took you to my site, where you could then look at the videos and other materials kept there. When I took that video site down, I decided to keep my logo button for visual symmetry within the blog’s current layout. But that means the button needed to do something else! It now takes you to a page on the blog where I had started compiling in 2013 many of my writings from over the...

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Convict Conditioning

Posted by on 9:09 pm in Appearance, Positivity | 2 comments

Convict Conditioning

I am typing the first draft of this on a tiny keyboard attached to my iPad mini, so please excuse any typos. I will come back and do corrections and add pics once I am home. But I couldn’t wait to write about this, so I apologize if it looks liK3 a s3r1Al K1LL3r d1d Th15 3ntrY. First, let me say that fitness is a never-ending journey. It is a lifestyle. Yes, you can and should make/track/keep goals and goal setting as a tool that helps your progress. And yes, you should always be open to doing what is best, not what is popular. With...

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Costa Rica

Posted by on 1:15 pm in Adventure and Rest, Positivity | 2 comments

Costa Rica

During the first week of May 2014 I was in La Fortuna, Costa Rica. It was an amazing experience (click the pics to enlarge them). So affecting that I am redecorating my patio to emulate what I experienced there. Each room in my home evokes a season of the year and a culture I have studied, admired, and/or seen in person. Everything about Costa Rica was enchanting, and the more I learned about its history, people, and culture the more I admired what I found. Okay, getting out and about into Costa Rica itself: Volcán Arenal, the forests and...

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Risk & Reward

Posted by on 12:04 pm in Adventure and Rest, Career Advice, Identity, Positivity | 4 comments

Risk & Reward

(Note: Do not play the bets listed in Spinning the Wheel – they are far, far, far too complex to manage in real life [though they worked beautifully on the iPad app], and the outside bets weigh down your wins [though they also mitigate your losses]. Keep it simple!!) I used to say that I don’t gamble, because I never win. That isn’t true at all. Without meaning to be arrogant, I have won the genetic lottery: I’m a healthy, attractive, intelligent, white man. The privilege society affords me for all these traits I had...

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2009/2014, Then/Now

Posted by on 6:24 pm in Appearance, Career Advice, Identity, Positivity | 8 comments

2009/2014, Then/Now

This first pic (click to enlarge it) was taken in 2006, only six weeks after leaving my last boyfriend. I was 30 years old, weighed 120 pounds, and had 7-8% body fat. I was starving. I guess you can see that though. From 2002 until 2009 I was stuck at this weight, because of the malnutrition, stress, and unhappiness I was experiencing (often from my own bad and/or naïve choices). I will explain all that in the next few paragraphs. The only good that came from that time is that I somehow survived it without killing anyone (including myself)...

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The Tiny Life

Posted by on 12:21 am in Uncategorized | 0 comments

So, there is something of a dream that is quickly becoming an obsession… I mentioned it at the end of 2009/2014, Then/Now, the entry comparing my fitness levels across five years. I eventually want to have a tiny house that is carbon neutral, waste free, off the grid, sustainable, and harmoniously incorporated into its setting. I want enough land to do my own gardening, and I want chickens, goats, and bees. I want no lawn: All areas that would be lawn are instead going to be covered with wildflowers for habitat, sanctuary, and food for...

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HOOK: M&G and Classes

Posted by on 9:48 am in Career Advice | 0 comments

HOOK: M&G and Classes

Hey, fellow escorts and adult entertainers: HOOK-Online (@HOOK_ONLINE on Twitter) is an organization that seeks to provide support, education, community, and care to M4M sex workers. It is the site for which I wrote an article about the value of client reviews (which I also reposted on my blog). Hawk Kinkade (@HawkKinkade on Twitter), the person who has been running the organization for years, has been disseminating helpful articles and is always looking for male escorts and sex workers to contribute to the articles, classes, presentations,...

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GSC: The Last of the Wine

Posted by on 12:06 pm in Fantasies, Love | 0 comments

GSC: The Last of the Wine

For those of you who have read my blog for a while (and there’s definitely a pile of entries to get through), you may remember that my favorite book of all time is “The Last of the Wine” by Mary Renault. I have blogged about the book on a few occasions. What I have not mentioned much during my dearth of blogging is that I have been participating in a book review pod cast for an emerging LGBT media company called Gay Sex Cast (GSC). Today a conversation I had with my cohost (@JinReads on Twitter) went live, and in it we...

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Boys to Men

Posted by on 10:01 am in Identity | 0 comments

Boys to Men

A former student of mine who took my dance classes when she was attending the high school where I taught back in 2002 – 2004 asked me via Facebook: “After a series of events that have occurred around or in my life lately, and a conversation with a friend just now, I pose the question: What defines a MAN? At what stage in life can one call himself a MAN!?” I didn’t start calling myself a man until I was 32. I defined it as the time when I was finally completely self sufficient. And to the point many people make about...

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