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>>>he screams

>>>like a black lady in

>>>church

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>>You might want to be more

>>careful with your choice of

>>analogies.

>

>

>Why?...do you think he might offend

>all the screaming black church

>ladies who frequent this site?

>

 

 

"black church ladies" are not the only ones offended.

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I saw the new issue of Freshman at the newstand today and Billy Brandt is the coverman/centerfold. Although the ring isn't in, it's obvious that he has gotten a Prince Albert. Also, he's showing his ass more than anything else. In his videos, whenever he's getting his butt munched, he screams like a black lady in church - this is not the usual reaction of a top. I've long suspected that he was a video top and a bedroom bottom and now that I see he has a Prince Albert, I'm postive that he's a big messy bottom.

 

Now before a bunch of you start caterwauling, I know that there are many tops who have Prince Alberts, but my life experience is that 90% of guys with Prince Alberts are bottoms - or prefer to be.

 

He has only a couple of reviews and supposedly he's a big Chatty Cathy top. Has anyone out there (to quote Robin Byrd) "banged his box"?

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All the guys I've known with PAs were tops. Doesn't prove anything, but just an observation.

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It's a cock piercing that starts underneath the cock and comes out the urethra. It's a big ring, usually with small balls on each end that unscrew. It's named a Prince Albert because the real Prince Albert (Queen Victoria's husband) supposedly had one. It's supposed to increase sensitivity. It also feels great to be fucked by a guy wearing one. They come in various sizes (guages); you start small then work up to the bigger sizes. I've been fucked by a guy with the next-to-largest size, and it was awesome.

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>he screams

>like a black lady in

>church

 

You might want to be more careful with your choice of analogies.

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>>he screams

>>like a black lady in

>>church

>

>You might want to be more

>careful with your choice of

>analogies.

 

 

Why?...do you think he might offend all the screaming black church ladies who frequent this site?

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>It also feels

>great to be fucked by

>a guy wearing one. They

>come in various sizes (guages);

>you start small then work

>up to the bigger sizes.

>I've been fucked by a

>guy with the next-to-largest size,

>and it was awesome.

 

This sounds incredibly dangerous. It seems pretty intuitive that PA's not only weaken condoms, but also create small tears in the rectum. I'd guess this is almost as dangerous as barebacking...

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>>>he screams

>>>like a black lady in

>>>church

>>

>>You might want to be more

>>careful with your choice of

>>analogies.

>

>

>Why?...do you think he might offend

>all the screaming black church

>ladies who frequent this site?

>

 

Too funny, nycman! FFF... no need to be careful at all. It's obvious that you are referencing the singing of black women in Gospel/Baptist churches. Is it really necessary that we walk on tip toes with every word we say/write. If people get so easily offended, then they are way too sensitive... and that's a bigger crime (lack of reality) than the actual words themselves.

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I have hired Billy and he's a top all the way. I certainly do not believe everything an escort tells me. (Billy said that he had bottomed only with one friend). I know everyone is saying how gullible can someone be. Both our sex and the circumstances surrounding the evening, which I can not talk about without

revealing more about Billy than I want to, confirm his top status. I spent many hours with him and, while he does talk a lot, the background information helped when we got to the bedroom.In other words, we knew each other a little and talked during the sex about what we were doing in a way that made for very good sex. I also should say that Billy is a nice guy. It would be interesting if somone has had a different experience with him. If so, I would love to correspond by email. Billy must

not do a lot of escort work because the posting from people who have actually had sex with him are very, very few. I would love

to hear from someone else.

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>>Why?...do you think he might offend

>>all the screaming black church

>>ladies who frequent this site?

>

>too fucking funny!

 

guys, please. I beg you... At least out of respect for me.

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I hired Billy and he is definately a top. He is quite a talker, so I learned alot about him during the evening we spent together.

I'm not going on just what he told me, but events that occurred

during the sex and the unusual circumstances surrounding the

night. I am not trying to be a tease, but if I spell them out Billy will definitely know who wrote this posting. But, that's

probably not a big issue because Billy is a nice guy. He must not

do much escorting, because I am about the only one who has posted comments on the site about an actual evening with Billy.

I would be interested if anyone, anywhere has also spent an

evening or all nighter with him.

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I hired Billy and he is definately a top. He is quite a talker, so I learned alot about him during the evening we spent together.

I'm not going on just what he told me, but events that occurred

during the sex and the unusual circumstances surrounding the

night. I am not trying to be a tease, but if I spell them out Billy will definitely know who wrote this posting. But, that's

probably not a big issue because Billy is a nice guy. He must not

do much escorting, because I am about the only one who has posted comments on the site about an actual evening with Billy.

I would be interested if anyone, anywhere has also spent an

evening or all nighter with him.

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Guest jizzdepapi

black church ladies & us!!!

 

sorry my post is long, guys but i think this is important:

 

the image of black ladies singing in church i find funny. "praise you, Jesus" hasn't passed through these lips in years and i DO find it amusing that people think and act like this; i've decided for myself that this is delusional behavior. i've assumed it provides stressed people mostly harmless comfort.

 

a sadder image i have of black church ladies is hearings we had in new haven to bring sex education and condoms to the high schools at a time when AIDS was decimating the gay population and making horrific inroads in the black heterosexual population. fundamentalist black churches packed buses with church ladies who did everything they could to defeat the proposition (happily they lost by one vote). these poor women were so brainwashed that they couldn't understand why their children would have premarital unprotected sex since their mothers had so much faith. they didn't need condoms; they needed bibles. go figure!!!

 

 

another, much sadder image i have, is of mothers of 4 black children burnt in a church fire in birmingham in the '60s (convictions recently won in these cases!!!!). being a black mother in this country is surely one of the most difficult roles that anyone could imagine. i have always noted the suffering (and on the other hand, wisdom) etched into the faces of elderly blacks i have known and sometimes loved.

 

before coming out at the advanced age of 28, i was the first to tell or repeat a faggot or black joke. as i grew more comfortable in my queerdom, the faggot jokes ceased and i soon grew uncomfortable hearing jokes about any oppressed groups. not political correctness, just instinctual discomfort and, soon, revulsion and part of a very long learning process.

 

i've learned that in this straight white heterosexual queer-nigger-spic-wop-chick-handicapped-hate anyone different than myself-gun-toting hating society, we all need to overcome the (usually subtle) bigotry with which we were raised. for me that's always been experienced in little ways--am i scared of someone walking down the street towards me without reason for instance? well, surprise, surprise--many black women experience the same kind of fear--the smart ones meet the eyes of people they encounter and can make some kind of instinctual judgement about whether they are in danger or not. that's just one example of me acting on a stereotype of three young black males and what they might be doing on a city street. now, when i catch myslef thinking a stereotypical thought about any class of people, i usually catch myself, all i have to do is note it. sure enough, over time, my thoughts are actually changing and old assumptions have been dislodged.

 

i can only speak for myself but for the people who were resistant to admitting anything wrong with finding humor in the above post, i think you should look way deep inside of yourself in an analytical sort of way. if you know your humor proceeds from bigotry, you should do something about it.

 

you're responsible to yourself--not me, any other poster or this board. i think it was the german theologican reinhold neibhur who said (loosely, don't know the exact quote) that first they came for the Jews, and then they came for the Communists, and then they came for the gypsys, and then they came for the gays, and when they came for me, there was no one left. my commonalities with black church ladies are larger than my differences. and god bless Matthew Shepard and Martin Luther King for all we might have learned from their deaths.

 

sincerely,

jizz

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RE: black church ladies & us!!!

 

Humor is dangerous and always offends someone. It can, of course, be even more dangerous and offend someone intentionally. I have always found that nuns know the best nun jokes, jews the best jew jokes, etc. If I can conceive of a black church lady approving of gay sex so much that she doesn't mind hearing about it, then it quickly follows that she would probably have gotten a laugh out of this jibe. I personally found it in iffy taste, and would have held back until I saw her laugh at it first.

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Guest Daddy-In-Training

To quote one of those Black Church Ladies from my youth:

 

"If you can't laugh at yourself, you can't laugh at anybody else!". If She were still around, she'd would have enjoyed the humor and would have told the rest of you to "Lighten Up" (and would have laughed at the pun!).

 

EVERY one of us is a minority here! EVERY one of us have at one time felt the lash of bigoty. I'm getting really tired of the "Pot calling the Kettle black".

 

-- Daddy

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>To quote one of those Black

>Church Ladies from my youth:

>

>

>"If you can't laugh at yourself,

>you can't laugh at anybody

>else!". If She were

>still around, she'd would have

>enjoyed the humor and would

>have told the rest of

>you to "Lighten Up" (and

>would have laughed at the

>pun!).

>

>EVERY one of us is a

>minority here! EVERY one

>of us have at one

>time felt the lash of

>bigoty. I'm getting really

>tired of the "Pot calling

>the Kettle black".

>

>-- Daddy

 

Guys, you don't understand. Please, please, guys. Out of respect for me and others. Please.

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Guest Fin Fang Foom

I never cease to be amazed by the PC Police.

 

"Screaming like a black lady in church" was first said to me by a BLACK friend of mine - not some guy in a loosely fitting sheet and matching hood. What exactly is objectionable about that phrase? The black part? The lady part? Or is it the church part?

 

Anyone who has ever seen on TV or been to a black pentecostal church knows EXACTLY what I'm talking about. My use of the phrase is meant to conjure an image that is in direct contradiction to one of Billy Brandt on his back. When the two are overlayed (so to speak) it is suppose to illicit laughter. It is not meant to denigrate either. It's called "irony" - one of the pillars of humor.

 

There is truly NOTHING more boring than a person who takes life soooo seriously that they have rendered themselves humorless. There's plenty of offensive things in life - we don't need to be finding offense where there is none.

 

Lovingly,

 

FFF

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Guest BeercanThick

<< can we get back to billy brandt's butthole??? how many of you guys think he should give it up in his next vid? how many want to plow him? >>

 

No, I think a discussion on whether an off the cuff remark was actually a thinly veiled racial slur is actually more on the mark.

Shadow-no offense, but c'mon man, lighten up, it was a joke and probably would have been forgotten by now if you didn't keep bringing it up.

As to Billy, he is hot (amazing body. amazing amazing body) but to me he seems to have that MacCuley Culkin lip thing going on where he always looks like he's wearing lipstick. Like Madonna in Who's That Girl! Or Nick from 98 Degrees. Enough pop culture references?

However, I wouldn't throw him out of bed.

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>There is truly NOTHING more boring

>than a person who takes

>life soooo seriously that they

>have rendered themselves humorless. There's

>plenty of offensive things in

>life - we don't need

>to be finding offense where

>there is none.

 

I *almost* agree with ya, sweetie.

 

BUT, on the other side of the coin there is nothing more upsetting than someone who refuses to respect the personal hot-buttons of another.

 

It's OK to have humor in your life. It's OK to share that humor with others who share the same opinions. It *isn't* OK to assume everyone has the same threshholds or limits that you do.

 

The general guidance I usually give on posting in a public forum is that you must be *considerate*. That is, you must *consider* that the person reading your post may be from a different ethnic, racial or national background. You must not assume that everyone comes from Pittsburgh. (I use that as an example, I don't know where you're from. And I only chose P'bg because I've been watching QAF tapes this afternoon with friends.)

 

There are people reading this forum from many different cultures and many different countries. Each deserves respect.

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