These were taken by Asheranna who was awesome enough to e-mail a bunch of photos to us. Don't think she has a Flickr but if she does I will post it up.
These were taken by Alayni who also did a quick photo shoot with us after everything had wrapped up. You can find her Flickr here
This one being my favorite :3
Things are starting to ease down now and I feel myself sort of stuck in a rut. I have a lot more time to venture into SL. Unfortunately I don't have much to DO in SL. I've been coming up dry with creative inspiration on what to make for the store. Blah. I have however taken on the challenge of starting a new blog for the Spankies Club. Watch this space.
Tel mentioned on Saturday that we didn't go to one SL Pride event last week. My response..."meh". Though I'm an out and proud bi guy I've probably suffered more discrimination from the LGBT community then those "boring old hetros". Though I still get the "You're bi....so you're gay?" question *rolls eyes*. Pride was important back in the day and those who fought for our rights to love whoever we want truly were brave and courageous. But I feel some push the struggle back by discriminating those that don't fit into their style or ideas of sexuality. Plus I can't stand those who think they are fighting the big fight by just slapping each others cocks in each others faces. If I wanna see that I have a few porno links saved in my bookmarks. I've always believed that people can do or be whoever the hell they want as long as they are not hurting anyone in the process. I just hate those who think they're fighters for the cause but are really just massive sluts or complete negative douche bags. People can be promiscuous if they want to be just don't judge my sexuality because I don't wanna stick my dick in every hole I see. In a way...I find most of it a little pretentious.
I have a couple of examples of this. One being a video I uploaded from a Rick and Steve episode.One scene that I researched into while writing my essay on homosexuality in animation.
Another is a web comic called Moon over June...which I'm not putting a link to because I don't want to promote it in anyway. The characters (especially the ginger one) are such horrible, man hating, grossly unlikeable characters it would make any lesbian embarrassed for her sexuality or any woman for her gender for that matter.
However it's still nice to have big events to celebrate everything we should be proud and happy about. I just get a bit bored seeing the same old guy, wearing the same old shape and the same old skin with the same topless/jeans combo, talking about dick and calling it a celebration. Isn't that pretty much everyday in any gay club in SL :P
Instead, Tel and I ventured to our favorite 80's night at Club Industry in our sexy thigh high boots. Izzie, my old friend from the days of Manny also joined us.
Thigh high boots are a little kink of mine on both women and men. Tel especially pulls them off very well :P. Everything about them, to me, promotes sex and power. Giving the person who wears them the aura of "I am sexy and I will fuck you up!" That sexy confidence which is always a turn on.
I'll leave off with a scene from one of my favorite films Kinky Boots. To me, pride isn't an event. That's just a fun party or an excuse for some guys to slap their cocks in each others faces (and if anyone wants the links I'll give them to ya! :P ). Pride, as a metaphor, is zipping up your boots and walking down that runway with confidence, singing out loud "These boots are made for walking!". Pride is being who you want to be and not letting those who practice hatred or ignorance stop you, even if they are meant to be fighting for your side.