I first visited a gay sauna 25 years ago and have done so about once every six weeks since. Only adults are admitted; all that happens is by mutual consent; no one is exploited; common courtesy and consideration for others are the unwritten rules that are generally observed. Though I have always enjoyed nudity, I used to think of my body as unattractive. For years I disliked my given name. I have made a point of telling it to those I have met in the sauna; hearing it repeated with tenderness and passion has taught me to love it. When clothes are off, intentions clear and vulnerability shared, men talk honestly to men they may know only then and may never meet again.
That simply sounds like a story too juicy to be true. And he did it from the gas station where he worked, right on Hollywood Boulevard. Hollywood provides a revisionist history of the Golden Age of Cinema, with producer Ryan Murphy adding an idealized spin on the era. However, the Golden Tip is one of the few pieces of the story that does not get such a rosy gloss.
Paul started calling himself Results-Oriented around the time we had our first foursome with a straight-presenting, queer-identified couple. For the most part, we engaged in heterosexual and lesbian activities, but at one point, I let it slip that watching two men together has always been one of my top turn-ons. Our male partner looked up with excitement and climbed on top of Paul. Once he obtained consent, he gave Paul a long and thorough blowjob that finished in climax. That was the first — but not the only — time Paul has engaged in sexual activity with a man.