Lately, I've been reading gay fiction in addition to m/m romances. The differences are intriguing. I'm devouring "Best of Gay Asian Erotica". Let me share a beautiful paragraph from Andy Quan's "Positive":
I celebrate masculinity. I saw a photo of your younger self and the face was round, like a boy's: the shapes of sun and moon and celestial bodies. Soft forms. Now the drugs have made your face gaunt, your cheekbones have risen like mornings, and your cheeks have strong lines carved into them. I say this to you: you look like a man. Your profile is an exaggerated model, a cartoon superhero, sleek and virile. And strong like seaside cliffs that weather wind and salt night and day and all of the middle hours. A few of my body parts fit perfectly into those crevices.
Saturday, August 28, 2010
Thursday, August 19, 2010
Looking at gorgeous men, especially while they're interacting intimately, could easily become an addiction for me. Just Us Boys, which Dilo Keith introduced me to, has enough eye candy to fuel my fantasies for years (Thanks, dear)! Here are thirteen of my favorite poses, after which you'll get progressively naughty examples, hence the m/m and NC-17 tags, so please be warned:
Saturday, August 14, 2010
I've been reading the m/m/m romance "The Strongest Shape" by Tessa Cárdenas. She tells the story of two strong and silent types who love one another but rely on the third in their tri-fold love to be their peacemaker and communicator. I have to share perhaps the best line yet.
Wednesday, August 11, 2010
I'm always looking for interesting music. A lot of that lately has been of the Japanese rock pursuasion. I just received this in the mail. The artist, soloist Chachamaru, is a large contributor to the music and stage show of another favorite (Gackt Camui).
Monday, August 9, 2010
Thursday, August 5, 2010
Tuesday, August 3, 2010
Life has been very interesting lately, and I mean that in all the best ways. The timing, as I journey with other dear travelers along Julia Cameron’s Artist’s Way, can’t be a coincidence. Every day seems to bring a new sense of hope for a bright future. Granted, we never know when our time will be up, so I look forward to making the most of this newfound wellbeing.
Monday, August 2, 2010
It's not racy, just downright beautiful. All the same, I thought I'd share this lovely gift from a friend on Sand Castles. Below is the card that surprised me in the mail today. Do you think she knows I have beloeved pet cats and an affinity for all things Asian inspired? Thank you, dear friend!