Archive for December, 2012

The Missionary Position – Interior Design

December 28, 2012
I recently bought a house, so for the first time I get to design & build everything I want in my space.  I need my room to be amazing for “entertaining” if you know what I mean.  I plan to even build the bed frame myself, so it can be totally custom.  What do you recommend for the sexiest bed around, and the whole room for that matter?

The Missionary Position – Lots of Lube

December 28, 2012
I love sexual exploration. If Marque de Sade has a shy, modern day muse, I’d have her...

The Missionary Position – Cover Your Dick

December 28, 2012
When is it ok for a man to question his girlfriends birth control habits? It's her body & she's the one who has to pop the pill or whatev, but he still ends up a father if she's careless.... Hard for a straight male feminist to be safely PC on.

The Missionary Position – Teen Pussy

December 28, 2012
Lately my mind can't help but wonder about younger girls. I am 27 and still look and feel young but can't help but want to fuck the shit out of some 18 year old girl.  I also can't help but wonder what it is that younger girls think about at that age regarding sex and fantasies.

The Future Hustle

December 19, 2012
So, the boys from The Burro asked me to write about the future. As I write this, we are just over a month away from December 21st, 2012. The ascendance of the Fifth Sun. The singularity at the close of Timewave Zero. The end of Kali Yuga, the Age of Degeneracy. The Dawning Of The Age Of Motherfucking Aquarius. Among my wide and variegated global family of visionary freaks, all manner of preparations are being made. My old friend Rex Church, for example, is building a huge Ragnarok Engine in the basement of a warehouse that he intends to activate on that date in order to generate techo-demonic entities that will help to push humanity into a new form of consciousness.[Continue reading...]

Down by the Bay

December 19, 2012
Underground performance is not just a fringe phenomenon. History has shown that it can develop into one of the prime movers of western culture. With the invention of modern communication technology, the separation between the underground and the mainstream is all but evaporating. [Continue reading...]

The Soundboard

December 19, 2012
EDM. House. Dubstep. Glitch. Electro. Trap. DnB. Breaks. Whichever genre or term suits, it all comes down to dance music. People getting together and dancing is something that goes back as far as any historical record. From beating drums to beats with drums, we're all still at it today. [Continue reading...]

Trajectory of a Firefly

December 19, 2012
One month ago I packed my material life into a suitcase and ran away to join the circus. By that, I mean I started a two-year program at a circus school in Turin, Italy. I’ve been involved in circus arts for the last three years. The first year was spent training 12-18 hours per week and picking up a gig here or there, and for the last two I have been teaching basic aerial arts and performing professionally with various companies. Now that I am a full-time student of circus arts, I am training 35+ hours per week as well as doing street performing on the side. Here in Turin, the most consistent way for foreign circus students to earn some Euros is to perform a brief routine in crosswalks during red lights, and pass their hat to cars in the lanes. It’s not glamorous, but it can pay the bills.[Continue reading...]

12 Girlfriends in 2012

December 17, 2012
Wow, what a year!  It’s hard to believe that I actually did it.  I had a different girlfriend every month for a year.  I often think about how one decision can change the entire course of your life.  This is no exception.  When I first had the monthly girlfriend idea, I didn’t know if it would even last past one month.  I revel in ridiculousness, though, and so I went for it.  I couldn’t have imagined how that simple idea would transform my life.  I am so very grateful for each and every girlfriend, who each, in their own way, enriched my life more than I could have ever dreamed possible.  This experience has taught me to cherish the unique qualities of everyone in my life.  Truly, no two months were even remotely the same. [Continue reading...]

Riding Against the Law

December 17, 2012
Blake Hicks is an energetic, likable man, with a youthful appearance and delightful smile.  You’ve probably seen him practicing his trick bike maneuvers near the Portland Saturday Market, Salmon Street Springs, or performing at a variety of venues around town.  He is as hard-working and honest a guy as you’ll ever meet. But, yes, when he rides, he’s riding against the law. [Continue reading...]

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