28 January 2010


Gay leaders offered only a lukewarm reception Wednesday night for President Obama’s statement in his State of the Union address that he would work for the repeal of the military’s discriminatory policy against gays.
The statement came near the end of his address.
“This year,” President Obama said, “I will work with Congress and our military to finally repeal the law that denies gay Americans the right to serve the country they love because of who they are.”

Even before the president finished the sentence, a cheer broke out from somewhere in the chamber and some members of Congress rose to applaud. Television cameras flashed on the Joint Chiefs of Staff, who were sitting with considerable stoicism, as they did throughout the speech, though Defense Secretary Robert Gates was standing and applauding.
The reaction of gay leaders fell somewhere in-between.
The Servicemembers Legal Defense Network issued a statement applauding the president’s remarks, calling for repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.”
“We very much need a sense of urgency to get this done in 2010,” said the group. “We call on the President to repeal the archaic 1993 law in his defense budget currently now being drafted, that is probably the only and best moving bill where DADT can be killed this year. “ The group also said that both “more attention and leadership” are needed to win repeal.”
Human Rights Campaign President Joe Solmonese posted a statement saying the president sent “a clear message” against the policy. He added - as did Servicemembers Legal – that the issue “will required continued leadership” from President Obama and Congressional allies.But other reaction was guarded.
Kevin Cathcart, executive director of Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund, issued a statement saying “We have heard promises before about ending ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.’” While Cathcart said Lambda was happy to hear President Obama’s remark, he added that “the time has finally come to fulfill that promise.”
Rea Carey, executive director of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, said “the time for broad statements is over.”
“He must provide a concrete blueprint for his leadership and action moving forward — this includes his willingness to stop the discharges happening on his watch until Congress can fulfill its responsibility to overturn the law.”
“We wish we had heard him speak of concrete steps tonight,” said Carey.

Richard Socarides, a longtime Democratic activist who worked in the White House of President Clinton, said he found the lack of a game plan and timetable on the issue to be “extremely troubling.”
Charles Moran, a spokesperson for Log Cabin Republicans, a national gay political group, was much more harsh.
“President Obama is more concerned about protecting the rights of terrorists,” said Moran, “than he is about the rights of gay and lesbian Americans who are putting their lives on the line every day fighting to preserve peace and democracy in Iraq and Afghanistan and operate small businesses that are the backbone of the American economy.”
MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow asked Valerie Jarrett, a senior policy advisor to the president, when and how the president planned to follow through on his promise regarding Don’t Ask-Don’t Tell. Jarrett said the president would “begin the process right away” and that he was “very clearly” committed to the promise. Jarrett said she was also “very heartened” by the applause in the chamber in reaction to the president’s statement of commitment.
The president’s statement was no surprise. News of his intention to express support for repealing “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” filtered to news media from Senator Carl Levin (D-Mich.), chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee. Levin said he heard of the plan from “the Pentagon.”

In his speech, President Obama made note of the nation’s “incredible diversity” and on the Constitution’s “notion that we are all created equal, that no matter who you are or what you look like, if you abide by the law you should be protected by it; that if you adhere to our common values you should be treated no different than anyone else.”
He said his administration is prosecuting civil rights violations and employment discrimination and noted, “We finally strengthened our laws to protect against crimes driven by hate.”
That statement referred to the law long sought by national gay political groups to enable the federal government to help fund prevention of and prosecution for crimes that target victims for sexual orientation or gender identity, among other things. The president signed that law in October.
There was quiet inclusion of gay people in another way during Wednesday night’s event. A gay businessman from Indiana was seated in the balcony with First Lady Michelle Obama as one of her guests.
According to the the Indianapolis Star, Trevor Yager was one of 23 citizens invited by the White House to sit with the First Lady during the speech. He told the paper the White House invited him at the suggestion of the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce. A White House press release that went out identifying the guests did not identify Yager as gay.
Yager, a native of Michigan, operates a small advertising firm in Indianapolis that he says has benefited from President Obama’s stimulus legislation. His own company, Trendy Minds, has added seven employees in the past year and taken on four new accounts, according to the Star.
The company’s website indicates it does “branding consultation” for Penguin Group’s The Complete Idiot’s Guide series and work for NASCAR driver Kevin Harvick’s website.


The Republican response to the Democratic president’s State of the Union came from Virginia’s new governor Bob McConnell.
Rather than the folksy, at home delivery of Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal – which did not play well last year – McDonnell staged his speech in the State House of Virginia, with an enthusiastically applauding chamber, creating a sort of miniature State of the Union look.
Standing behind McDonnell, visible to the camera trained on his podium, was one black woman, one Asian man, one white woman, and one white, male service member in uniform.
Former Republican presidential candidate John McCain issued a statement following President Obama’s speech reacting specifically to the call for repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, calling it a “mistake.”
“This successful policy has been in effect for over 15 years,” said McCain’s statement, “and it is well understood and predominantly supported by our military at all levels. … At a time when our Armed Forces are fighting and sacrificing on the battlefield, now is not the time to abandon the policy.”
This is not the first time a president has expressed support for a gay civil rights issue during a State of the Union. Democratic President Bill Clinton called for support of hate crimes legislation during his 1999 address.
“Discrimination or violence because of race or religion, ancestry or gender, disability or sexual orientation is wrong and it ought to be illegal,” said Clinton during the address. “Therefore, I ask Congress to make the Employment Nondiscrimination Act and the Hate Crimes Prevention Act the law of the land.”
The hate crimes legislation passed 10 years later.


So guys....heres a favourite vid of mine...

The famous Donkey Dick himself, Chad Hunt, taking it right in the ass.....by three guys no less!

He takes it like a pro....well, I mean, he is a pro, but still.....

Great scene!!

Click on the link below and enjoy!!


"The Camera"


Doesnt that look like the perfect wake up in the morning???

A kiss during the fucking....so sweet and tender......

Gotta love Brent Corrigan....I mean Fox Ryder.....

Hope you enjoyed these!!
More later!
I promise!!
"The Camera"

26 January 2010


As promised, Monday is Hot Story Day!

Heres a good one.....mmmmmmmmm


A shot of pain ripped through Pack's body. "Christ!" he grumbled as he gasped for air. "The fuckin' concrete's killin' my legs." He didn't break his stride, though. Instead he tromped down harder, trying to fight off the aching. One, two, one, two. Left, right left, right. The pace was like an incantation, taking him away from everything, even the angry messages his leg muscles were sending his brain. Pump it, baby . . . pump it down the pavement.

When he'd started to jog three years ago Pack had noticed numbers now and then. A shock of blond hair catching the late sun, a shirtless athlete working out in the park, a hot young jock with jeans glued to an ass that wouldn't quit. He'd even cruised a few, sometimes making one. But that didn't matter anymore. He'd had it with the games. Ever since Joey'd gone nobody meant shit, and Joey'd never be back.

So he jogged to get away. It was Pack's way of unwinding, easing out the tensions of his job as pressroom foreman at Underwood Printing, getting rid of the bullshit games of the two dozen pressmen who were after his job. When his shoes were on it was just him and the movement — steady, rhythmic, empty movement. Nothing outside the running was real. Nothing else mattered. Nothing and no one.

Sometimes he found himself remembering things when he ran, especially now that the air was turning cold and the old oak trees lining the streets were pock marked with splashes of yellow. He remembered when he was a kid and his buddies nick named him "Pack" because they said it looked like his pants were packed. He laughed to himself and smiled. "I guess they were," he mused. Joey'd thought so, too. "Three goddam years," Pack recalled bitterly. "Three fuckin' years and Joey decides he's got to enlist and prove he's a real man." If Joey's father hadn't written him, Pack would never have found out how the kid died, jumping out of a plane with a parachute someone hadn't folded right. It was still hard to believe, almost a year later.

When he finished his ten he took a cold shower and shivered, soaping down his body. Pack was satisfied with the way he looked. For thirty he was in good shape — tight, full muscles, sandy thick hair, a cross shaped dusting of chest hair that tunneled down to his groin. And there was his cock, a good nine inches when hard and thick enough to push out his jeans into a bulge that people caught like a neon sign. It'd been months since he'd tricked. Not that Pack had problems getting guys interested. He was just tired of the cruise.

He hadn't set foot in a bar since Joey'd died. For a while he went to the tubs, but that got to be more of a bore than a turn on. When he discovered that running was a good way to pick up some action he played along for a while, but it got old, too. No one and nothing matched Joey. It didn't bother Pack that he hadn't made a connection for so long. What worried him was that he didn't even care.

Everything in his life was routine. The press he operated revolved, round and round, stamping out bestsellers that all looked alike. He worked eight to four thirty, five days a week. It'd been that way for six years. The orders he gave at work were routine. Keeping the plant moving like a dock had made him Underwood's most valuable tradesman. He picked up his check every Friday, took it to the bank at exactly 11:30 a.m., kept the same amount of cash, bought the same groceries and booze. Then there was the jogging — more routine. Instead of letting it get him down, though, Pack lost himself in the predictability of his life. He immersed himself in the ritual. That bothered him, too. It bothered him routinely, every weekend beginning about ten O'clock Friday night.

He'd been slipping lower, sipping on Jack Daniels in the nearly dark living room of his apartment, when his routine depression was interrupted by a sharp rap at the door.

"In a minute," he called, pulling himself up slowly, wondering who it could be. Pack's friends had all gone off somewhere else and he wasn't used to visitors.

When he opened the door he nearly gasped. It could have been Joey, but it wasn't, of course. Still, the short brown hair, the trim mustache, the day's growth of beard, the bright dark brown eyes, and the compact, muscular torso veiled beneath the dark blue pullover were part of Joey. But this man was older, perhaps thirty three or four, and his body revealed an exposure to more of life's rough edges than Joey's mother and father had let their son experience.

There was a kind of innocence about Joey that had melted away from this stranger long ago.

The man took a long look at Pack before he stammered, "Say, I'm sorry to bother you." He peered into the dark room. "Didn't disturb anything, did I?"

"Sure," Pack replied. "Come on in."

The stranger entered the dark apartment gingerly, embarrassed by the solitude he'd snatched away. "Feels good in here. My heat's not on yet."

"You moving in across the hall?" Pack called from the kitchen as he fumbled through the tools.

"Yeah. Thought I'd get started right away. Heat's supposed to be on tomorrow, but you know how the fuckin' gas company is."

"They were two days late turning mine on."

"Sounds like my sorta luck."

When Pack returned with the screwdriver the two of them couldn't help staring at each other again. It was like some kind of magnetism. In the dim light Pack realized the guy was well worth a second glance. And the man's jeans poked out several inches around a bulge that he knew wasn't bullshit. He could see the vague outline of a cock that seemed to be getting bigger.

"Here goes," he said, handing the tool to the man. They both blinked, as if jerked from a trance.

"Thanks a bundle. I really 'preciate it."

"No sweat. Need any help?"

"Naw. I got it licked now. I'll have this right back."

"Come in for a drink when you're finished," Pack invited, before he realized what he was saying. "It'll warm you up."

"Don't mind if I do," the stranger replied with a countrified wink. "Chill's already goin' away."

It wasn't long before he returned. Pack steered him to one end of the sofa and chuckled. "I guess I oughtta introduce myself. Name's Tony. Tony Strup. Friends call me Pack."

The other man smiled, his eyes level with his host's waist. "Yeah. Name fits," he muttered, almost to himself. "I'm Jim Douglas."

The feel of Jim's firm handshake sent an odd sensation through Pack's body. He realized for first time in a long time he was desiring a guy again. It'd been so long he'd almost forgotten how it felt.

"Umm," Jim sighed, taking a long sip of the bourbon. "That sure hits the spot."

"Nothing like Jack Black to take the bite out of a night like this."

"That's for sure. I knew it'd be cold up here but this is fuckin' freezin'!"

"Where're you from?"

"Georgia," Jim replied, making it sound more like Joeja. "Ever hear o' Valdosta?"

"Been there," Pack nodded, captivated by Jim's drawl. It sounded fresh, all man, perhaps a little naive. A sexy combination, especially matched with a body like Jim's. "At least as close as you get on I-75."

Jim laughed. "That's about as much o' Valdosta as most folks see. I guess they figure it's enough. Anyway, I'm from right outside town, 'bout twenty miles. Grew up on a tobacco farm."

"Almost presidential material, huh?"

"She-e-e-t!" Jim chortled. "Folks had some respect fo' Georgia 'fore peanut brain got 'lected."

While they talked Pack spent more and more time watching Jim's lap. The newcomer seemed to be unwinding just fine. Nothing had been said yet, but Pack had a feeling everything was okay. Jim's legs spread wide, his tight jeans clinging to the well packed meat beneath. Now and then he ran his fingers along the inside seam of the pants, brushing across the rise in denim. Jim knew he was being watched.

When Pack rose to fix more bourbons he was aware of Jim's eyes following his ass. "Like it that way?" Jim called, referring to the drink.

"I like just fine," Jim answered meaningfully.

It didn't slide by Pack. "You seein' anyone since you moved?" he asked, slipping back into the sofa.

Jim shook his head. "Naw. Ain't had time to meet nobody yet. I 'spect I will, at work, yunno."

"It's kinda lonely in a new town when you don't know anyone," Pack mused. He realized he and Jim weren't much different. Even though he'd lived there half his life Pack wasn't close to anyone in the city. Everyone who'd meant something had gone. As the irony dawned on him his mouth creased into a wry smile.

"What's so funny?" Jim asked, his leg grazing his host's.

"I been here fifteen years and I feel like a stranger myself," Pack replied, letting his leg lean against Jim's and stay there. "Hell, I might as well be in Valdosta."

There was long silence, each of them wrapped up in his own thoughts. They seemed to be closer now, not only from the talk but from the touch. Pack's head was ripe with the presence of Jim. There'd been quite a few in and out of this apartment, but this is the first time it seemed like there'd really been another person present. The slight contact with Jim's leg filled him with desire.

His eyes met Jim's and he saw it there, too — the same longing, the same animal hunger.

"You ever seen two guys fuck before?" Jim asked. The abrupt question shook Pack out of his reverie. Something about that sparkle in his new neighbor's eyes reassured him. It was cool. This was just his way.

Pack smiled a knowing half smile, feeling no need to pretend. "Uh-huh," he mumbled.

Jim looked him right in the eye, hardly blinking, in absolute eye contact the way Southern men meet other men's eyes. The naked intensity of Jim's gaze pumped up Pack like a drug. He felt his skin get hotter, his dick swell beneath the denim.

Without breaking his concentration Jim went on. "I seen 'em do it once, 'bout a year ago. It was harvestin' time an' we hired on a half dozen extra hands to do the pickin' an' bundlin' an' shit an' these two — they was back in the ol' shed where nobody goes no more one evenin' an' I was goin' to see if they wanted to come share whiskey with us an' when I got there I heard these sounds, not loud, yunno, jus' kinda low sounds, so I went in real easy and quiet."

Pack broke in. "Sounds like water running down a creek or wind rustling tree branches. Sounds where you know someone's there but you know you can't make any noise. You can't interrupt. Sounds like squirrels make and you want to see but you don't want them to get scared. Those kinds of sounds."

"So I eased on through the door an' the place was full o' the smell of dried leaves an' shit, you know how it smells when it's still hot and real still and quiet but the air is full of autumn. At first I could just see one of 'em, his back. They was kinda behind an old stall or somethin' an' I figured one of 'em was down on the ground on his knees, 'cause the one I saw was standin', so I crouched down real low behind some old tools an' junk so he couldn't see me, an' he didn't have nothin' on and he was lookin' down his waist at somethin' an' movin' back and forth real easy, like when you're fuckin’, pushin' his hips in an' out. I couldn't see low enough, but I figured the other one was blowin' him."

"You were right," Pack filled in, still meeting the other man's gaze, reciting the words as if he were a character in a play. "The other man had been wanting it all day, dreaming of what that long, hard muscle would feel like in his mouth while he watched his friend crouch and stretch in the fields. When the day was done he tore into him like a starved coyote. He was urgent with the need. He ran his tongue all over the man's crotch, breathing in the smell of the sweat, licking him all over, running his tongue along the shaft, feeling it bob with the need to shoot a load, heightened by the day's field work. He took it in, little by little, letting the head of the cock nestle against the back of his throat, feeling his tongue relax to open a hole big enough for the meat in his mouth, wanting it all, wanting it all."

Still fixing his eyes on Pack's Jim continued to detail the scene. "The guy was groanin', pushin' back and forth faster an' faster, an' I figured he was 'bout ready to pop it when it looked like the other one pushed him back. He looked down, then kinda smiled, spittin' on his rammer, then he sank down so I couldn't see nothin' but the top of his head."

"He drank a spurt of cream, tasting sweet and salty, oozing like honey down his throat. He knew it was time. Gently he pushed back 'gainst the man's muscular, thrusting legs, feeling the hot sweaty hairs curl under his palms. God, he wanted him. He wanted to drink him, every last drop. But he wanted to feel him, too. He needed that even more, he rolled back, flipping over on his wadded up jeans and shirt, arching his ass up like a roll of land and spreading his legs. His asshole ached with the need to feel that hunk of meat inside. He put a big gob of spit in his hand and worked his fingers into his hot, tight asshole until it was lubed. His own hard on pressed into the damp fabric underneath."

Without breaking the flow of thought Jim continued. "I crept up real slow an' quiet till I could see through a slit in the boards. Man, I was so close to 'em I could almost feel their breath. I still couldn't see the other guy's face, just his ass. And was gettin' it! At first I heard this hiss, like a rattler. I figured he'd rip wide open, or shit, or somethin'. I ain't never seen nothin' like that! But he hunched back 'gainst that thing like he wanted more. That fucker looked like it was a foot, biggest damn thing I ever saw, just glistenin' with spit and sweat. Even if that guy'd hollered out in pain he'd a got it. There's a time when you jus' can't stop, yunno? Anyway, this guy starts fuckin' serious, grindin' away like a goddam drill. He held on to the other guy's hips with these big hairy hands. I figured they must o' felt like vices. He banged away so goddam fast it all blurred. All I heard was this low hummin' noise from the one lyin' down, like he dyin' or somethin', but I knew he wasn't 'cause he kept pushin' back 'gainst that ass, o' course. I was gettin such a roarin' hard, you wouldn't believe. Real gentle I unzipped my pants an' pulled it out and started jackin' off, right there next to 'em in the shed, them havin' no idea."

"At first it ached. Christ, it was like a fire-hot splinter up his asshole! Then the pain died away, like a bad dream, and all he could feel was the big hunk of meat inside him and he thought he'd go crazy with the feeling. He lurched back, ready for it, needing it, feeling his own cock ooze pre-cum as the big head of that man size dick tickled his prostrate." Pack's own rock hard rod lurched beneath his jeans while he talked. "He tightened his legs so his legs so he could feel more, wrapping them around the guy's waist, feeling every inch of that muscle, gripping that fucker with his sphincter, working it like a goddamn hand, eating it, every bit of it. When he could feel the man's balls bang against the underside of his legs he felt himself get ready to explode, felt them lay up against him like goose eggs, warm and sweaty, felt chills run up his spine as the snake inside him seemed to swell and lengthen until he thought he'd burst open."

"Man, they was fuckin' like two dogs in heat! I ain't never been so turned on in my life," still gazing into Pack's eyes, aware of the urgency of his own cock, aware of Pack, aware of the ozone smell of the lighting storm in their brains. "All at once this guy starts groanin', bangin' at that ass real rough and hard, grippin' the other guy's sides like he was holdin' on to a life raft, his face all wrinkly likely he was gonna die. Then I heard a cry. Musta been the guy underneath. All at once that little ass started to push back an' forth with a life of its own, sinkin' down on the guy's dick till I couldn't see none of it. I could smell their sweat. Man, I was workin' myself fast by then. I knew I was gonna cream any minute. Fuck, I didn't even care if they heard. Well, this guy on the bottom starts to scream, not loud, you know, jus' kinda low and brassy, when the one fuckin' 'im plowed in like a batterin' ram, jus' sank himself in all the way. 'Oh Christ!' he screamed. No lie. That fucker jus' let out at the top o' his lungs. I guess he didn't care who heard. 'Oh fuckin' Christ!' He clenched his hands on that guy's waist and gave a dozen heaves at that ass like his dick was a machine gun. I figured that guy's asshole was packed with juice."

"He felt the lurching and he knew it was time. Suddenly he felt everything, every nerve was alive. He needed it harder now, harder and faster. He started to move his ass back against the man, gobbling him up like Saturday night's dinner. He had to have it now, no backing out. The new thrusts came like bolts of lighting, halfway between pain and ecstacy. The shots packed him till he thought he'd split. He felt the fingers dig deep into his sides like needles and he was held, captive, helpless to the drive of the man grinding away at his asshole. His puckered lips were stretched and raw, aching with the friction. 'God,' he thought, 'Christ, he's coming, fuck it's happenin', oh shit!' And he felt his dick lurch under him and the spasm of hot jism splatter out across his belly as the man fucking him buried his dick inside in a warm jello of fuck-juice."

"Jesus, man," Jim said, breathing hard, "I never seen nothin' like it, 'swear to God. I shot a load like I never shot before, sprayin' it everywhere. They both disappeared, pantin' and groanin', down under the boards and I crawled backward real careful till I was outta the shed. It was fuckin' unbelievable!"

"I know. He felt the man's body curl up behind his back, the half hard dick finding its way instinctively between his ass cheeks, his asshole hot and wet with the memory of that man size tool."

"You ever seen anything like that?" Jim asked, brushing his hand across Pack's crotch surprisingly shyly.

Pack smiled, resting his hand on his visitor's leg. A dark spot on Jim's jeans showed where he'd shot off during the conversation. Pack's own pants were drenched with cum, too.

"Yeah," he said, still meeting the Georgian's gaze, "I've seen something like that."

"You think it's fine." Jim's lips looked fantastic in the dim light, his mustache just like Joey's. The little hairs would tickle against him when they kissed. He could feel the eyes inside him, fucking him, wanting him.

"Well, man," Jim said,, rising nervously, "I gotta run. Thanks for the drink."

"No problem," Pack replied. At the door Jim glanced down at his stained crotch and smiled. "Guess we'll be seen' each other now and then, huh?"

"Maybe next time we won't just talk." Pack walked back into the room put out the light and smoked a cigarette while he slowly sipped a fresh glass of bourbon.