The World Through My Eyes
The World Through My Eyes: A collection of essays, reflections and thoughts about men, sex, love, relationships, politics, friendships, nudism, current events, social concerns, humanitarian issues, religion and all those wonderful experiences that constitute life as seen and felt by me: a thirty-something Deaf Gay man of mixed racial heritage (half-black, half-white) living in the Virginia Beach area of the United States. A scrapbook of my life. I've been a confirmed Gay nudist for the past 20 years (since puberty). Sometimes, we just need to step back and chill and try not to be so serious and tense. Life is short, stand up and get into it! firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday, January 31, 2011
He attended Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) on a tennis scholarship. He graduated with a degree in marketing in 1996. He is married to actress Nicole Ari Parker (2005 - present). They have two children, one daughter and a son.
He starred in the recent NBC television series, "Undercovers," which aired from September through November, 2010. His film credits include: "Love & Basketball" (2000), "Brown Sugar" (2002), "Doing Hard Time" (2004), "The Gospel" (2005), "Madea's Family Reunion" (2006), "All About Us" (2007), "Starship Troopers 3: Mauraders" (2008), "Surrogates" (2009) and "The Confidant" (2010). "Take The Stand," his latest film, is due to be released in 2011.
He and his family currently reside in Atlanta, Georgia, moving there from Los Angeles, California, several years ago.
Saturday, January 29, 2011
More than likely, this shirt was designed and intended to promote the idea of ride-sharing or using public transportation for our daily commute. Hence, the color green as in Go Green. A tool of encouraging environmental responsibility. An ideal that I wholeheartedly support!
On the other hand, given what this brotha isn't wearing (pants), and the fine tool that he's proudly displaying, this picture takes on a whole different meaning. As we all know, every picture equals 1,000 words. The questions arise: Is he willing to park and ride us? Or, is he meaning for us to park and ride him?
Either way, it presents an interesting concept. Which of the two choices are you willing to perform? Or, maybe, you are willing to try for both? After all, our gay culture permits us several choices! You decide which one works best for you.
Monday, January 24, 2011
He was awarded an athletic scholarship to Penn State University where he enhanced his court skills and pursued his academic goal. He received his bachelor's degree in psychology. Upon graduation, he was drafted into the NBA.
Amaechi played the center forward position throughout his professional basketball career. This 6'10" tall gentle giant began with the Cleveland Cavaliers, then moved to the Orlando Magic and finally ended with the Utah Jazz. His NBA career began in 1995 and lasted until his retirement in 2003. He left the game voluntarily and prematurely. His fans were curious as to why the sudden move. It would be several years before the true reason would emerge.
Upon his announcement, the NBA publicly came out as supportive of John Amaechi. Players and coaches applauded his skills on the court and his courage in coming out. Only one player disparged him in an interview and he was disciplined by the professional association.
Currently, Mr. Amaechi directs his charitable trust, the ABC Foundation, which operates centers for Britain's urban youth. He also serves as a roving ambassador for Amnesty International. He is active in GLBT concerns.
Personally, I admire John Amaechi for stepping up and publicly announcing that he is gay. He chose to serve as a role model for gay athletes and youth instead of remaining private. He is an inspiration to us all. His pronouncment means that all major sports discipines in this country have at least one athlete who's openly gay.
I am proud of my fellow-Nigerian for being a proud gay man! We are both the same here. The only differences between us are the fact that my maternal tribe is Yoruba and Mr. Amaechi's paternal tribe is Igbo. Mo n'ife e!
Saturday, January 22, 2011
This dude has some hella-phyne pleasure spots on his chest! I'd love to have a go at them and then give it up, whether he does mine are not! These are absolute Grade A prime specimens of the best that masculinity has to offer!
Thursday, January 20, 2011
The pleasures and rewards of nudism are many and plenty. Freedom from the restriction of clothing, the liberation of our body in order for us to be our true, natural selves and the rejection of artificial garments as a basis of judgment. In other words, what you see are our actual and honest physical image. This is really what we are as endowed by nature. No surprises here; this is it!
Our nudity fosters total equality for all. It eliminates assumptions, discriminations and judgments surrounding the styles of clothing and fashion. We are all naked. There is no longer any need to stress over what to wear to a certain party. We no longer need to worry about overpriced designer originals nor the vogue trends in apparel. Essentially, we are simply our own skin. Nude, we are all the same and socioeconomic status is of no concern nor a gauge for prejudice. Our nudity equalizes the entire playing field.
Our nakedness preserves our natural environment. It reduces the amount of phosphates; the fewer clothes washed, the less detergent used. The less garments necessary or required, the fewer natural fibers needed and the reduction of man-made, artificial materials demanded. Cut back on garments produced impacts the amount of chemicals (such as dyes, flame retardants, etc.) that pollute our earth. All of these factors affect the fossil fuel energy necessary for the manufacture and maintenance (cleaning) of the items listed above. Basically, the less we need, the more we preserve. And this equals good for our planet.
Naturism/nudism is a definate plus for our environment. Less consumption translates into less waste return to challenge our shrinking natural reserve. In 2011, think Green. Be nice to Mother Nature. Be naked. Be Green.
Monday, January 17, 2011
Thursday, January 13, 2011
The first poll here has closed and the results are visible for all. Just look at the top right side of your screen for the decision. Not surprisingly, the size of the penis of our partner isn't an issue for the majority of us. We're content to work with what we've got and live with it. We accept the fact that not all of us are exceptionally endowed, we cope with reality and move on with our lives. Not all of us are going to capture the biggest and the best. The truth is, as many of us know from experience, the biggest is not a key to satisfaction. Often, the largest is also a very BIG disappointment. Nothing is as frustrating as being sexually involved with a man who selfishly and stupidly thinks his magnitude alone invokes sensual gratitude. His size may get him envious second-looks in the locker room but produce many less-than-satisfactory scores in the bedroom.
At the same time, we need to remember not to discriminate against anyone based solely on their respective penis size. Simply because it's big doesn't automatically mean that it's not good. A large penis may not always be what we think; however, the size doesn't necessarily indicate an unsatisfactory encounter. On the opposite end of the spectrum, we need to remember that there are some big boys who are able to deliver as visibly promised. The phrase "looks can sometimes be deceiving" works both ways and we all need to keep this in mind. Appearances aren't everything. There is no definitive rule as to penile size, erect or flaccid, in every situation. All of us are individuals with our own preferences.
As long as both partners are happy with their relationship, who are we to judge? As long as it is doable for them, why bother? The majority of us agree that cock-size is of minor importance. We have our opinions and our thoughts as to what is best for us. Others are free to differ and enjoy their lives.
In the final tabulation, it isn't the physical image of size that counts. It's how the tool performs that matters most!
Monday, January 10, 2011
Derek Sanderson Jeter, born June 26, 1974, is a professional baseball player, since 1995, who has played his entire career with the New York Yankees. He is MLB shortstop and won the Rookie of the Year Award in 1996. In 2000, he became the only player in history to win both the All-Star Game Most Valuable Player Award and the World Series Most Valuable Player Award. In 2009, he was named Sports Illustrated Magazines Sportsman of the Year recipient.
Thursday, January 6, 2011
Exactly one week ago, I shared a picture of Trap Boyy, one of my all-time favorite actors. Since then, I have received numerous emails from you asking about him. Just so you know, I do try to satisfy! LOL! So, I'm giving to all of you a little more of what you requested. Be advised that I hope to offer at least one additional feature on him during this calendar year. He's cute and sexy and as much as I'd like, I can't keep him all to myself. It wouldn't be a hot mix anyway as we both swing the same, sexually. Now, brace yourself, get comfortable and enjoy the ride!
Trap Boyy's home is Atlanta, GA, and he is currently contracted to Black Rayne Productions. The bro is 23 years old, 5'9" tall and weighs 150 lbs. Lightskinned and f-i-n-e, his manhood registers 8" and like I wrote to you last week, he is a consummate bottom. His favorite position is doggiestyle.
A friendly reminder; if you haven't already done so, please, take a moment to cast your vote on the blog poll located on the right side of your monitor screen. Thanks!
Monday, January 3, 2011
Most of us already know that it isn't the length nor circumference of the flaccid (soft) penis that indicates the true size of a man. Through experience, we've learned that it's the erect (hard) cock that shows us how big he really is. Almost all of us agree that it's not the size of the manhood but rather what the man does with his tool that delivers pleasure and satisfaction during foreplay and intimacy. Still, old habits die slowly and many of us continue to judge other men by the size of their cock. I suppose that's just a natural thing and we'll do so until the end of time.
I'm curious about the importance we place on the size of the penis during sex. Is it truly that big of a deal? Please take a moment and vote your choice in the poll located to your right on your screen. The voting closes in a week and the results may prove interesting or even a complete surprise. Thanks!
Saturday, January 1, 2011
I've always thought it appropriate that this feast of Imani, the final day of Kwanzaa, is on the first day of the new calendar year. The holiday began in the old year and ends in the new one, linking our past to our future. Happy Kwanzaa!