Modesty prevents me . . .
Version 2.0. One day, following a link (about weather!) I stumbled upon the Nifty Archive - Enlightenment! Among other things, I realized that the few things I had done, or had been done to me, left a lot to be desired. Fast forward. One day, I read in Nifty about a student finishing his homework at night in his room. Before shutting down his laptop, he logged onto a site called XTube, and wow! I wondered if the author had made it up, or if was something real. Typed it in -Pouf! Here I was. Stage 1., getting on and getting off. Stage 2., to leave a comment, I joined: blue bust and N/A all the way. Stage 3., someone left me a comment: shouldn't you be filling in some info? Stage 4., I did, explaining why no pics. Stage 5., really liked someone, and realized that I could compliment him, but except for my being nice and literate, he had no idea how to respond, and whether he would be attracted to me, so up went a picture - MINE. Here I am, a year later and a whole lot wiser. Not only about the scenes, but about myself. As close as I've gotten to some incredible guys as friends, if it comes to turning it into reality, I back off. I really planned, as I kept promising, to upload more content, but when it hasn't happened in a year, I'm no longer sure. I don't know why. I love looking at you guys and watching you do your thing. And I've been to nude beaches, modeled nude, and been almost nude on stage, and feel like somewhat of an exhibitionist, so what's the problem?
Anyway, I guess my motto should be look but don't touch. In the interest of full disclosure - I was born 5 April 1965. You can do the math.
"Artist" means musician, though I'm a multiple threat guy. Singer (classical, primarily) and terrific teacher. I chose "bi" since I'm married, with four boys. But I'm leaning ever more heavily in the other direction. "Married" isn't exactly a dating status, but I chose it instead of playing around or unfaithful. This doesn't get to the heart of who I am. And it doesn't seem very hot, but that doesn't mean that I'm not! I've got some amazing friends on here, for whom I'm truly grateful. Great diversity, stimulating in more ways than I expected!
Guess I'll grow old peering at pixels, and being a b8er, joining the ranks of the proud solosexuals, at least knowing I'm not alone there.
BTW, I am chimera twins.
Old, young, whatever, it doesn't matter as long as that spark ignites in my mind or loins. Could be the tilt of the eyes, the hair or lack thereof, the way a body is put together or moves, even the clothes. Porn turns me on, which is why I am here.
Sex is joy and pleasure for me, and like any pin-brained insect, I run to avoid the painful. So edging is in, sounding is out. And while we're at it, I might as well admit that when I see blubber in the middle, I click it off and look for someone else. Because of my own experience (with myself), I'm not thrilled by anonymous heads and N/As.
Life is scary enough without subjecting myself to more gore and ugliness, so that genre is out. Although my favorite films are from the 30s, spectacles and special effects now are awesome. Gay themed films draw me. A lot of musicals, from Fred Astaire to Richard Gere. From The Great Waltz to Chicago (not Once). Hate it when Troy or Alexander or dear Howard Hughes are bowdlerized in (dis)respect to their gay sides.
My work is my hobby. And then there is sex. Having it, reading about it (love Nifty), watching it. Can't stop the b8ing, and wouldn't want to. Make it last as long as possible. Yeah, cock is my hobby!
For the sake of brevity (lol) I'll just say classic, including opera, though I've worked in other genres, and recorded lots of old songs from the first half of the last century.
Used to go through lots of books, mostly fiction, old and new, but now mostly do it while waiting; lines, doctors, etc. Loved the old children's lit: Wind in the Willows, etc. and reread Tolkien often. Harry Potter is good for me, too. (Are we going to get an announcement one of these days from Daniel, who says he would like to play a gay character, after cavorting in the nude onstage in Equus?) Addendum: having written about LOTR and HP, I see that everyone here who admits to being able to read, and that excludes a vast number, cites those two and hardly anything else. Weird. Why?
I'm a non-smoker
I rarely drink
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