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I may be traveling there and was wondering if anyone had any recommendations for a top who kisses? I know DanTex and will absolutely be contating him, but I thought I’d check with the group to see if there were any hidden gems there. The pickings look slim on RM.

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Today RM list 18 providers in SA which is higher than normal. Some visitors no doubt. However a number of those listed are actually based in Austin about 50 Miles to the north of SA. And RM in Austin, a city 2/3rds the size of SA, lists 42. Go figure. This is a real pain for those of us who live on the border some 300 miles south of Austin. But hey. We Texans drive hundreds of miles for lunch or a golf game.

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Today RM list 18 providers in SA which is higher than normal. Some visitors no doubt. However a number of those listed are actually based in Austin about 50 Miles to the north of SA. But in Austin which is 2/3rds the size of SA RM lists 42 available. Go figure. And if like me you’re on the border, Austin is a 300 mike treck. But hey: we Texans are known to drive two or more hours for just lunch or a golf game.

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Yum!! But check the Instagram like on his Backpage profile. Looks like a happy father.

 

It didn't actually look like the same guy in the Instagram link as is in the ad.....Backpage Instagram / Twitter / Facebook links often have no connection to the ad that they are in - I have no idea what that's all about....I have no idea if this "glitch" has any meaning to it being a legit ad or not....but again, these messed-up links appear to be common on Backpage

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It didn't actually look like the same guy in the Instagram link as is in the ad.....Backpage Instagram / Twitter / Facebook links often have no connection to the ad that they are in - I have no idea what that's all about....I have no idea if this "glitch" has any meaning to it being a legit ad or not....but again, these messed-up links appear to be common on Backpage

He’s certainly good looking. Thanks.

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Austin is more liberal and tolerant than San Antonio??

Yes. San Antonio really has very few redeeming qualities. It's the second largest city in Texas, but that's due to a huge military population and a solid industrial base. Gay life there is pretty pitiful.

 

I'm sure they exist, but I have yet to meet an escort in Austin who is actually from Austin. They move here because it's a nice place to live. And I have yet to meet someone from another location who said, "I think San Antonio would be a really cool place to live." :confused:

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Yes. San Antonio really has very few redeeming qualities. It's the second largest city in Texas, but that's due to a huge military population and a solid industrial base. Gay life there is pretty pitiful.

 

I'm sure they exist, but I have yet to meet an escort in Austin who is actually from Austin. They move here because it's a nice place to live. And I have yet to meet someone from another location who said, "I think San Antonio would be a really cool place to live." :confused:

Woah, woah, woah there... San Antonio is an incredibly livable city, routinely making Top 10 lists for friendliness, food, cost-of-living and healthy job market. If you're talking strictly from a GLBT standpoint, yes, I'd agree that San Antonio is living in the stone age.

 

As for Austin, the Texas locals left a long time ago and California took over in many, many ways. I tend to think fondly about what Austin was versus what it is now: A city built for 300k that's bursting at the seams. It's not that it's not a fun place, but for those of us who were there when it was actually weird, it's a whole different animal now.

 

Sorry to sidetrack... SA still holds a special place. That city was good to me in many ways :)

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Woah, woah, woah there... San Antonio is an incredibly livable city, routinely making Top 10 lists for friendliness, food, cost-of-living and healthy job market. If you're talking strictly from a GLBT standpoint, yes, I'd agree that San Antonio is living in the stone age.

 

As for Austin, the Texas locals left a long time ago and California took over in many, many ways. I tend to think fondly about what Austin was versus what it is now: A city built for 300k that's bursting at the seams. It's not that it's not a fun place, but for those of us who were there when it was actually weird, it's a whole different animal now.

 

Sorry to sidetrack... SA still holds a special place. That city was good to me in many ways :)

Lol. If you say so but I do note that you ain't living there. :)

 

The Austin vibe isn't and (as you note) hasn't been about the "weird" element for a long time. It's about the river, and the lakes, and Zilker Park. ACL & SXSW. It's about a police force and fire department that has a large number of openly gay personnel. At the pride parade 2 years ago the mayor walked the entire route shaking people's hands; the police department band marched and laughed at the woofs; the fire department had a truck that was driven by a woman and the female passenger had a huge sign identifying the woman as her wife AND had Go-Go boys on the top.

 

There is a reason it is bursting at the seams. I'm just sayin... ;)

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Lol. If you say so but I do note that you ain't living there. :)

 

The Austin vibe isn't and (as you note) hasn't been about the "weird" element for a long time. It's about the river, and the lakes, and Zilker Park. ACL & SXSW. It's about a police force and fire department that has a large number of openly gay personnel. At the pride parade 2 years ago the mayor walked the entire route shaking people's hands; the police department band marched and laughed at the woofs; the fire department had a truck that was driven by a woman and the female passenger had a huge sign identifying the woman as her wife AND had Go-Go boys on the top.

 

There is a reason it is bursting at the seams. I'm just sayin... ;)

 

But I did live there for 10+ years. I know that city like the back of my hand.

 

Dallas was a choice: A choice made by more than one person. Don't assume you know the shot until you know me ;)

 

None of this is to say I don't like Austin. It's a lovely town... That's turned into a very busy city. I always enjoy my visits.

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But I did live there for 10+ years. I know that city like the back of my hand.

 

Dallas was a choice: A choice made by more than one person. Don't assume you know the shot until you know me ;)

 

None of this is to say I don't like Austin. It's a lovely town... That's turned into a very busy city. I always enjoy my visits.

 

I have never lived in San Antonio. I was in Corpus Christi for four years, and I used to wish I could live in San Antonio.

 

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And it hasn’t been the same since you left.

 

Well, I did fill in a much-needed gap.

 

It was sorta like Last Of The Mohicans... If the Mohicans were gingers.

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