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Jesse Santana has been out there for a while, and I am most surprised that he has not had any reviews in the past. I am truly glad to see that one man saw him and chose to write the type of review that I prefer. Although it was not a :"blow by blow" description of their play time together, what he did cite has further encouraged me to try to hook up with the "Mr. Santana" before he decides to leave the "business." At http://www.boytoy.com, there is an entire thread, including pics, of Jesse. Some very, very hot and enticing shots appear there, ones which would make one desire his company. If he ever comes this way, I do hope to make my acquaintance with him! Thanks to the man who wrote the first review; I hope others follow suit!

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I saw him a year or two ago and had a great experience. He looked like his photos (I realize he has a variety of "looks" all hot in my view), had a buff body and the hottest attitude I have encountered. He was passionate, sweaty, rough, submissive, and a champ in all respects. I do recall some back and forth on scheduling, so be prepared to work a bit at setting up the appointment--but if you see him, it ought to be a lot of fun.

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I found this and thought it might be of interest...

 

https://www.breedingzone.com/threads/19604-Jesse-Santana

 

All of this friggin' fuckin' "raw" and bein' bred perplexes the utter hell out of me!! I stopped subscribing to http://www.lucasentertainment.com and http://www.biaggivideos.com [or some such/Antonio Biaggi] and http://www.guysinsweatpants.com because at these sites almost all of the men, including the owners of the sites-- bareback. In fact, all of the new stuff coming from Michael Lucas has been BB instead of condom usage! From all of this I see a preponderance of HIV+ on the rise amongst "porn stars"/escorts.

 

Will have to give lots of thoughts in hiring Jesse in the future since he apparently loves to "be bred!"

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I found this and thought it might be of interest...

 

https://www.breedingzone.com/threads/19604-Jesse-Santana

 

 

This makes me sad, because of the intel that Jesse is probably HIV-positive and is probably increasing his vulnerability by continuing to take loads.

 

From my POV, it's even more tragic, because Jesse was spectacular as a safe partner--he could turn from romantic boyfriend to toe-sucking ***** to wild rough animal in one session. He was soooooo hott without violating any of the safety protocols.

 

I saw the video of his interview on the Lucas website--and that is the Jesse Santana I remember: friendly, frank, adventurous, kissable, hot-butted, and inarticulate. I am not wild about his shaved-hair look, because he had a great head of hair and still can I assume.

 

Anyway, it looks like a slide downhill for a fellow I really liked.

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I though I had an appointment set up with him for next week. Now I find out he is going to be out of town (Dallas). I had it set up for several weeks. He told me when I asked him if he was HIV +? He said he was undetectable I still think he is a hot little pig. Guess I will never know.

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Well, there lies the problem ...

 

I wouldn't expect from someone who takes loads in his ass to actually care about the "safety" of the session with me.

 

I find nothing sexy in someone who has no respect for his personal health. I prefer to pass.[/color]

 

+1

 

Obesity, diabetes and HIV, all preventable self-inflicted wounds that affect our country.

Liberal, born and raised in Maryland, proud member of pink pistols!

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Obesity, diabetes and HIV, all preventable self-inflicted wounds that affect our country.

 

Not to hijack the topic, but just so you know... diabetes isn't always preventable. It depends on the type you have. There are children pretty much born with Type 1. Women sometimes have gestational diabetes which is triggered by the pregnancy itself (although this isn't the full version and can go away if monitored). Type 2 (which is some times referred to as adult onset diabetes) can be relatively preventable. However, it isn't always.

 

I agree with you that diabetes is an epidemic... but its not so much a black and white "preventable self-inflicted wound" issue as you seem to paint it.

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Not to hijack the topic, but just so you know... diabetes isn't always preventable. It depends on the type you have. There are children pretty much born with Type 1. Women sometimes have gestational diabetes which is triggered by the pregnancy itself (although this isn't the full version and can go away if monitored). Type 2 (which is some times referred to as adult onset diabetes) can be relatively preventable. However, it isn't always.

 

I agree with you that diabetes is an epidemic... but its not so much a black and white "preventable self-inflicted wound" issue as you seem to paint it.

 

I wish you had spoke a few months ago when I wrote the same statement and said breast cancer wasn't preventable, unfortunately some forum members said women bring it to themselves with their own behavior.

 

Where were you?

 

The epidemic of diabetes is related to childhood obesity, at least some doctors say so.

 

Do you agree with me that HIV is preventable if you use condoms for anal?

Liberal, born and raised in Maryland, proud member of pink pistols!

Ignore list: WilliamM

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I wish you had spoke a few months ago when I wrote the same statement and said breast cancer wasn't preventable, unfortunately some forum members said women bring it to themselves with their own behavior.

 

Where were you?

 

The epidemic of diabetes is related to childhood obesity, at least some doctors say so.

 

Do you agree with me that HIV is preventable if you use condoms for anal?

 

I'm not going to start a debate with you about health related issues. I decided to respond to your original post just to inform you that what you implied about diabetes is not exactly correct. Things sometimes are a bit more nuanced and not so cut and dry. That's what I'm trying to depart to you. I'm going to respond to your last post and I will say no more.

 

First, I never saw any discussion about breast cancer on this forum. Furthermore, I try to stay out of discussions especially the ones that devolve from a post about a escort into a completely unrelated flame war.

 

Does it really matter where I was during whatever breast cancer discussion that took place? Its rare when someone's opinion sways another's opposing opinion when both parties believe their statement vehemently. Instead of randomly preaching on a "escort" forum are you out in the field (as it were) trying to educate children, teens, & adults of all walks of life? I'm just curious.

 

And yes, part of the diabetic epidemic involves childhood obesity. However, you make a blanket statement as if diabetes is a "preventable self-inflicted wound" and it isn't always. There are different forms of diabetes, as I have stated... and different things trigger it. Yes, diabetes can be triggered by being obese, unfit, and sedentary. However, as I said... it isn't always. Is it a growing health problem? Absolutely! (Type 2 Diabetes more so) Again, I agreed with you on that, but you make a statement implying people choose and seek out diabetes. That it's all these fat people just doing nothing so they can get it. Not everyone who is overweight/obese gets it. There are kids who are born with it or get it early on who aren't obese, pregnant women can get it just for being pregnant during a certain trimester, on occasion seemingly random healthy adults get it (Halle berry, Mary Tyler Moore... come to mind). Hell... even cats and dogs can get it. :-) Some triggers for are known and some aren't.

 

I agree HIV is preventable with condom use. I'm not sure what you will gain in me agreeing to your last question about HIV. I took issue with your assessment of diabetes not HIV nor obesity. I never disagreed with anything you said about any of these health issues being an epidemic.

 

I said what i had to. I don't want to argue with you because you're going to believe what you want to.

 

Have a nice night sir. :-)

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I'm not going to start a debate with you about health related issues. I decided to respond to your original post just to inform you that what you implied about diabetes is not exactly correct. Things sometimes are a bit more nuanced and not so cut and dry. That's what I'm trying to depart to you. I'm going to respond to your last post and I will say no more.

 

First, I never saw any discussion about breast cancer on this forum. Furthermore, I try to stay out of discussions especially the ones that devolve from a post about a escort into a completely unrelated flame war.

 

Does it really matter where I was during whatever breast cancer discussion that took place? Its rare when someone's opinion sways another's opposing opinion when both parties believe their statement vehemently. Instead of randomly preaching on a "escort" forum are you out in the field (as it were) trying to educate children, teens, & adults of all walks of life? I'm just curious.

 

And yes, part of the diabetic epidemic involves childhood obesity. However, you make a blanket statement as if diabetes is a "preventable self-inflicted wound" and it isn't always. There are different forms of diabetes, as I have stated... and different things trigger it. Yes, diabetes can be triggered by being obese, unfit, and sedentary. However, as I said... it isn't always. Is it a growing health problem? Absolutely! (Type 2 Diabetes more so) Again, I agreed with you on that, but you make a statement implying people choose and seek out diabetes. That it's all these fat people just doing nothing so they can get it. Not everyone who is overweight/obese gets it. There are kids who are born with it or get it early on who aren't obese, pregnant women can get it just for being pregnant during a certain trimester, on occasion seemingly random healthy adults get it (Halle berry, Mary Tyler Moore... come to mind). Hell... even cats and dogs can get it. :-) Some triggers for are known and some aren't.

 

I agree HIV is preventable with condom use. I'm not sure what you will gain in me agreeing to your last question about HIV. I took issue with your assessment of diabetes not HIV nor obesity. I never disagreed with anything you said about any of these health issues being an epidemic.

 

I said what i had to. I don't want to argue with you because you're going to believe what you want to.

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Excellent reply.

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