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July 7, 2014

Cock-A-Doodle Do Me: Kiern Duecan’s Long, Uncut Man-Meat

You know what? The world isn’t having enough discussions about Kiern Duecan‘s dick. Anyone who’s ever seen him slamming some lucky bottom’s hole on Next Door Ebony could tell you that it’s easily one of the most underrated pieces of equipment in the modern gay porn industry. It’s long! It’s uncut! And it’s really fucking pretty!

I mean, let’s all pause for a moment and acknowledge that size isn’t everything. Most of us have to like the way a dick looks before we allow it anywhere near our mouth or ass, and when it comes to Kiern, he’s got the right combination to please all the size queens and shallow pricks (like me) who only go down on aesthetically pleasing schlongs.

The discussion starts with you. Tell a friend today that Kiern Duecan’s dick is beautiful.

– Dewitt

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James 7:00pm on November 12, 2014

Funny thing though, is that I have come across many black men who's profiles state No Blacks, No Fats, No Fems. So it's not just a "White Gays" thing.

  • RavelTrouser

    Bottom in the second set is an anime fan…specifically Bleach. The tatt over his heart is the mark of Nigeki Kessatsu, which is just plain cool…plus lots of hotness in this post.

  • nodoubtfan

    I’m here for the Kiern Duecan bandwagon! All aboard!

  • Randy

    Why is there a “next door ebony”, a special site for ethnic gay porn? really? separate but equal huh?

  • jonnynct

    The bottom in the first set is HOT!

  • Richard W

    Some seriously hot guys here…but Kiern takes the cake!

  • nodoubtfan

    Ask Next Door Studios about that. But there’s also other “ethnic” gay porn sites — PapiThugz, DawgPoundUSA, etc. Guess it’s what the market wants.

  • Trust_in_Suspicion

    Porn’s been pretty well segregated (in the US, I can’t speak to other countries) for years. I remember back in ’95, when I discovered the Internet porn, I couldn’t for the life of me find contemporary pictures of much aside from your typical white, tanned muscle-stud types. Even in the hetero-porn community it’s pretty much a white man’s club for the mainstream. Kinda sucks, and it probably has to do with some lingering anti-miscegenationist sentiments, but the market follows what people are buying; I don’t have an inside perspective on it, but I can only imagine that the reason mainstream gay porn isn’t more colorful is because the folks running the shows make it difficult to break out of the “ethnic” genre.

  • unclefucka

    love how that huge cock is absolutely no problem for Tyce. love seeing a black guy get nailed by a monster dick white guy.

  • DAK23

    He’s a beautiful man all around 🙂

  • HunterScottXXX

    It’s not a matter of racism either. Plenty of black and latin men I know only are attracted to white men. As someone who runs a porn site and looks for guys, I actually find it much more difficult to get black guys to shoot with me. Though at my site and many others we are diversifying our casts.

  • Iain Gardener

    And thanks for your efforts Hunter, if a man is hot, he’s hot whatever his ethnicity and I love seeing guys of different races together

  • Both Kiern & Tyce have nice uncut dicks and equally nice pair of balls if you ask me.

    Would have loved to see a flip fuck between the 2 of them.

  • It is easier to find what you might be looking for that way if you ask me.
    And not a lot of studios out there have very many actors beyond Caucasian on their sites.

    And lets face it there are still plenty of people out there not willing to have sex with someone beyond their own ethnic background for what ever reason.

    The fact you have to bring this up also questions peoples thoughts and the way you put it.

    Is it an interesting point YES but the underlying point your making is killing the fact your trying to point out.

  • Randy

    No. The fact that you say, “people can find what they are looking for easier”, is indicative of the point that I am making. Why is what people are looking for based on race? If you like someone then you like them. Furthermore, fetishism of minorities does not help matters.

    If you buy into the system that some studios have set up for you and let them tell you what the ideal sexual partner looks like then carry on.
    Don’t bust me for pointing racism out.

  • Love2Rim

    lol! I thought the same thing. He took that huge dick like it was a Sunday drive. Kiern would have to gag me to stifle the screams.

  • hd

    If he could flip flop with Dominic Santos, my life would be complete!

    Both are absolutely perfect

  • Randy
  • Trust_in_Suspicion

    Thanks for the perspective! Do you get any sense of why you have that difficulty? I mean, people get to choose who they work for, but that’s like turning down money. It doesn’t make sense.

    Also, “demonstrating a preference exclusive of one or more races” is pretty much the definition of “racism.” It implies that a person’s ancestry and attached superficial traits (hair, skin, facial structure) are their most important parts. It also implies that, because a person hasn’t seen a member of a specific race that they found attractive, all members of that race must be unattractive. These two irrational beliefs form the basis of a racist preference.

    Now, that said, what other people find attractive – unless it’s kids, corpses, or cattle – is really difficult to call right or wrong. Not just because we’re stepping on more than toes by doing so, but because we’re not responsible for forming our basis of attraction to others, at least initially. Biopsychology and cognitive science suggest that in a perfect world, we’d all be attracted to the “center” – the most outwardly genetically diverse partners (biopsych), or those least “like” us without being “unlike” us (cog-sci).

    This is true of every species other than humanity. So, it stands to reason that we have other forces than our biological preference informing our definition of “attractive” from a very young age. Outside of personal experience, which won’t generally occur for at least a dozen years after birth, the “voice” telling us what we should find physically attractive is the media. That influence sets to work as soon as we’re able to comprehend the world around us, and is known to be an extremely powerful tool for conditioning behavior. It’s also still very much under the influence of people whose primary cultural education occurred before the Civil Rights Movement.

  • Trust_in_Suspicion

    In anticipation of anyone taking that personally, let me restate and clarify my position:

    A racist preference in terms of attraction, insofar as we aren’t primarily responsible for who we are attracted to, does not make the person who has the preference a racist.

    I’m not calling what anyone likes (aside from kids, corpses, or cattle) “wrong,” and there certainly is no “right.” I’m suggesting that we look at the reasons for why we like what we like, and especially look to the influence of the media.

  • Trust_in_Suspicion

    Shoot, I didn’t even notice this post; I left my computer on and went away for a while. I should have tacked it on to yours.

  • PETER

    Coffee coloured boys are so hot…….and those cocks!!!!!! Great action.

  • Randy

    Comparing a stated racial preference in one’s profile is in no way related to an attraction to kids or corpses. When whites or blacks for that matter say, BBC, no blacks, Asians, etc or black say no whites, it is learned from the racial environment in this country.
    You are trying to rational prejudice. Your argument is flawed!

    The separate but equal studio system that is evolving is one more symptom of the racial problems in this country.

  • Trust_in_Suspicion

    Somehow, you still managed to completely misunderstand me. I didn’t compare racial preference to pedophilia, necrophilia, or zoophilia, I set them apart, in stark contrast to healthy sexual behavior (racial preferences being in the category of “healthy but incongruous with scientific expectation”). Having sexual preferences that are racist in nature doesn’t make the person who has them a racist. I also stated that our initial preferences are less matters of choice than our environment, and suggested the media may be responsible for this problem.

    Consider that by the time most people ever see porn, they’ve already been saturated by imagery from television, radio, the Internet, movies, advertising, and every other possible information vector. Very rarely is one’s immediate culture (family and friends) stronger than this artificial perspective of “the world.” And in American and European countries, the prevailing image of desirability has until recently been very, well, white, straight, and affluent… Naturally, people exposed to that image will sexualize it, and therefore porn is a symptom of the problem.

    So, before you or pretty much anyone else ever watched porn, there was an active effort to shape what you found attractive, mostly so you would buy things that made you fit the image presented to you, and reinforce that image for people who hadn’t bought into it. Maybe the Madison Avenue types realized that they’d be screwing with the psychosocial development of generations of children to come, and maybe they didn’t. In the end, it doesn’t matter. They unleashed a monster, and it’s out there now. Sometimes progress leads to good things, and sometimes it leads to Godzilla; you take the good with the bad.

    In the long run, the people who control the media will be replaced (by our generation), but the reality is that the mainstream media lags at least 20 years behind on-the-ground culture in the image it presents of diversity. It’s what guarantees the existence of counter-culture, sub-culture, “cool,” and “square.” It’s also what creates the generational cycle of popularity in fashion and entertainment media.

    When we reach the point where our current notions of what is socially normal penetrate the media, the definition will have changed. We will think we’ve won some battle, but all we’ve done is reinforce a now-outdated image to the modern kids and future consumers, who will in turn do the same to the next generation. They’ll think they’ve won, too.

    For the TL;DR crowd: Your minds have been fucked with by advertisers pretty much since you were born. If they’ve been so effective that you can’t possibly imagine being attracted to _____ (insert race, religion, socioeconomic status, whatever), then you can’t really be faulted for it; these people are professionals, after all. If after thinking about this, you find some wiggle-room in your ideas of what is and isn’t attractive, go nuts exploring your options. Try as much as you can, be as safe as you can, and form your opinions based on what feels right; don’t think about it too much.

  • HunterScottXXX

    Broadcasting your preference is one thing, saying that blacks, asians, or fems are LESS THAN is what’s the problem there. It’s ok to have preferences

  • Randy

    Calling it ‘preferences’ is an attempt to lessen the offensive behavior. It is wrong and it is a problem.

  • HunterScottXXX

    do you like old guys? fat guys? bald guys? guys who are all tatted up? Those are all preferences. We are all entitled to be attracted to whatever we want. It’s not meant to be offensive.

    And on that note, I love chinese food, you may not. But that doesn’t mean that I think you hate Asians and the Chinese.

    I personally have slept with a variety of men. All shapes, sizes, colors, and ages. So don’t you dare call me offensive or racist.

  • Trust_in_Suspicion

    The preferences themselves imply that the race(s) not preferred is/are “less than,” and that’s the problem. Funny story – earlier today, I was kinda bumbling around the Internet, and found a rabidly feminist blog entry which focused around this same topic. Now, the author of that went so far as to say we should all just train ourselves to be attracted to everyone, because any preference is discriminatory, which I think is pretty out-there, but her point vis-a-vis racial preference as racism is solid. If race is the only factor used to discriminate against someone, whether it’s for sexual attraction or service at a coffee shop, that discrimination is racist.

    I couldn’t reasonably attack the viewpoint of a rabid feminist – I’ve seen too many videos of praying mantis mating behavior to know what happens there – but this is a situation where we can draw a pretty clear line to the source of the problem.

  • Trust_in_Suspicion

    But they are, by definition, preferences. They’re subject to change. People who thought it inconceivable to be attracted to _____ class of people do have experiences that change their mind.

  • Trust_in_Suspicion

    To my point: Was your sexual development immediately “broad” in scope of attraction, or did you start with some smaller set or “type” that you found yourself more comfortably attracted to, and work your way out from there?

  • Trust_in_Suspicion

    For instance, I used to prefer older men – to the extent that I didn’t find younger men very attractive at all without imagining how they might mature. Now, I find more attraction to people my own age, and occasionally younger, occasionally older. I still prefer something different than I used to – I give more consideration to a certain class of people than others. And it’s discriminatory, and in a perfect world we’d all love each other and it’d be swell. But the world isn’t perfect, and neither am I. I’m not going to apologize for what I like, especially because what I like changes over time; and no one who isn’t attracted to kids, corpses, or cattle (and a few other things, but they don’t have alliterative impact) should have to apologize for what they like.

    You like what you like. If you want to broaden your horizons, awesome – exploring sexuality is a process that may slow down after a while, but it never really stops for most people. If you’re happy where you are with your preferences, that’s cool too – since pretty brutal conditioning would be required for me to change them for you, and I’m not a sadist, I support your right to self-determine what floats your boat; but once you examine why you have the preferences that you have, and acknowledge that you do play a role in shaping them, they become your responsibility.

  • BLACKjackHAMMER

    I remember once having a very casual conversation with this white guy we seem to be hitting off very nicely when he suddenly interjected I am not a RACIST but I never date black guys and I simply responded very quickly GET OVER YOURSELF we were only talking and I walked away . Hunter I agree with U that everyone has a right to their preference me personally I just do not see the need 4 race based preferences I for one have never had a problem with the color of someone skin maybe there breath but never there skin unless he has a real bad case of acne LOL !!!

  • BLACKjackHAMMER

    I think all the guys above are HOT and I would L-O-V-E 2 DEEP DICK everyone of them and it nice 2 see that Next Door does not use the stereotypical just got out of prison type .

  • Trust_in_Suspicion

    And it’s one of those situations where all you can do is just shake your head. What people like is what they like; only they can change it, and sometimes, it isn’t even something you can change. I don’t have any strong preferences as to skin color, but there are some physical features I find more attractive than others. I mean, maybe if a dude was plaid or something, I might have a problem dating him, but only because I’d feel like I was making fun of him if I wore plaid, and it’s one of my favorite patterns. Also, as BJH illustrated, if you have to qualify a statement with, “I’m not a racist,” the statement is probably pretty racist.

    Like, “I’m not a racist, but interracial marriage? I don’t think that’s such a good idea.”

    Or, “If you’re ______, don’t contact me, because I’m not interested. I’m not a racist, it’s just my preference.”

    You know who else prefers not to interact with people based on their race?

    Racists.

    And also xenophobic people, but they don’t do much online dating/hooking up, and don’t tend to go out into the world.

    I wouldn’t have a problem with people making statements that indicate racist preferences if they owned their prejudices when they did so. We don’t live in that perfect world where everyone loves everyone, we live in a shitty world. We don’t all get to be Mother Theresa, most of us aren’t terribly special, we’re just regular-ass people and we’re going to have faults, some of which aren’t of our own creation. Our culture still teaches that some people are inferior to others. It doesn’t do so as blatantly as it once did, but the message is still there, and it informs every developing personality exposed to it.

    When we’re old enough, we might easily reject that information, or it might become such a part of who we are that we struggle our entire lives to shake it off. Look at the great numbers of men and women who, because of this social conditioning, deny their homosexuality until it’s impossible to do otherwise and remain sane, usually to the detriment of their loved ones – husbands, wives, children and families who very rightly feel deceived. Once upon a time, it was religion that was the primary reason for this behavior – fit God’s model or go to Hell. Now, it’s a ridiculous marketing prop called “the family unit,” designed to turn groups of people into single targets for advertising – no matter what product is being sold (razors, tampons, back-to-school supplies, whatever), someone in the “proper” family has a need for it.

    If conditioning from the media is potent enough to keep people from expressing their sexual orientation, then anything so simple as a matter of preference is a piece of cake. Unlike a person’s orientation, however, preferences can be changed. You have to want to try new things, but once you start, it’s not so hard. You may try new stuff and still like the old stuff more, but my experience with sex has led me to realize that men are men are men. The parts may come in different colors, but they’re all still recognizable and function the same way. I don’t have a strong preference based on skin color. I favor people from English-speaking countries, but that’s more of a cultural bias, and I acknowledge it’s no better, but there have been men who’ve been well worth the extra effort to understand (and the occasional feeling of not belonging), too.

    This isn’t just an Western problem, either. I’d wager that if we popped in on the Asian conversation, we’d find some group of gay dudes in China having the same discussion about why excluding (by preference) white, black, latin, native American, or eskimo dudes from the dating/sex pool is racist. You know it’s happening. Just not on the Internet, because their government makes the NSA’s invasion of our privacy seem tame.

  • Agreed! We should be talking more about his cock, his ass, his body and his fucking style. All are HOT! More more more please and thank you.

  • meh!

    I wish you guys could just google the definition of racism so you don’t look so incredibly stupid.

    Because I am not sexually attracted to a particular race does not mean I am a racist – it MEANS I AM NOT ATTRACTED TO THAT particular race sexually. At no pint does that mean I am better or superior than that race. And the definition of racism is based on that exact point:

    RACIST is a person who believes in racism, the doctrine that a certain human race is superior to any or all others.

    RACISM is a belief or doctrine that inherent differences among the various human races determine cultural or individual achievement, usually involving the idea that one’s own race is SUPERIOR and has the right to rule others.
    AT NO TIME does one’s sexual preference ever mean that that person is SUPERIOR to said person.
    So PLEASE stop creating drama and your feeble attempt to change the definition of racism.

  • Dewitt2it

    Okay, question though – by stating another race is less attractive than another, aren’t you outawrdly stating they’re inferior to some degree?

  • Trust_in_Suspicion

    I had a whole thing for this, where I tried different names for the phenomena of racial discrimination (I did settle on “flower-picking,” because everyone likes flowers and every remotely literal description was offensive), but Dewitt’s question is better.

  • meh!

    Hey Dewitt, nope. It does not. It means I am not sexually attractive to that race. Not even sure how you were able to extrapolate “not sexually attractive to some race” as “another race is less attractive”?? Explain your logic behind that. And then feel free to explain why you would take something innocent and turn it into a controversy? Ask yourself that?
    If I am not attracted to “X” guys, that doesn’t mean I am superior to them. It means I do not what to have sex with them. Pretty plain and simple. One would think that you would be able to comprehend that.
    All that I can ask from you Dewitt and Trust – stop creating drama when it comes to preference and the issue will go away. I am glad you will sleep with anything that walks (kudos to you) but at the end of the day, we all have our preference on what we find sexually attractive. And preference is the furthest thing from being a racist.

  • Trust_in_Suspicion

    And all I can ask from you is to stop confusing the idea that we may have discriminatory preferences for a value judgment of you as a person. And also, I copped to my own preferences earlier in this post. And I don’t have sex with “anything that walks”. I don’t give a fuck if it has legs. So there.

  • meh!

    So from what I can tell, from you Trust, is that you feel superior over a said race when you are not sexually attractive to someone. Well good for you. You should probably change your name to “Trust_I_am_a_Racist” hahahahahaha

    And don’t bother replying to this comment because if you say that that isn’t true, then you simply prove my point that not being attracted to a race is anything but racism.

    And lastly, do NOT speak for me or on my behalf. It is only YOU that has “discriminatory preferences for a value judgment of [a person].” Just because I don’t find someone sexually attractive DOES NOT mean that I don’t have them as a great friend.

  • Dewitt2it

    I’m actually just flabbergasted by your shotty logic. How is saying you’re not attracted to an ENTIRE RACE not suggest you think people of that race are less attractive, and thereby inferior? I am not trying to create “drama”. I am genuinely trying to understand how this makes any sense whatsoever.

  • Guest

    i like bleach too

    ´want them to animate all the manga’s that’s come out over the past couple of years

  • i’m liking the cut of your jib, kind sir

    we need more Enforcers like you around, to kick some ass

  • Trust_in_Suspicion

    There are no fewer than fifteen different things I’d rather do with ass than kick it. But I’m easily led astray from the path of peace. It’s my headstrong Aries nature. Or an imbalance of Yang energy. Or my bleeding heart. Or an exceptionally well-developed sense of social justice.

    I kid, it’s because I love taking the bait. But that doesn’t mean that I don’t find the development of racial preference interesting from a human-development perspective, or believe that we shouldn’t work to eliminate categorical statements from our perspective of the world. They’re beliefs we all have, but they’re generally as opposed to rational as can be, and the goal of every socially-minded person ought to be to dismantle as many of those anti-social statements as they can. Failing that, the best course of action is to highlight the flaws in the reasoning of an opposed viewpoint in such a way as to make it too amusing to take seriously.

  • i couldn’t have put it any better, myself.
    that you take on the the fight, knowing you’re one of the few who fights against the, uhh.. ..majority (and the other minority, who has an interest in keeping the dumb shit perpetuated), is rather admirable, and is making me consider once again taking up my own arms, here in manhunt daily (though my piscine blood might prohibit that…)

    do look out for the next comment i’m going to make on this post — it might prove a little insightful, T.i.S.

  • kiern … damn.

    he’s like the second cumming of dred scott.

    ======

    and what an interesting course of dialogue he’s inspired below!

    anyway, the terms that we probably want to use are biased, bigoted, or prejudiced (or even plain boring discriminatory) — but, not necessarily, nor automatically, racist.

    please learn the difference, if you truly want to be able to call those lovely, dim-witted people on their shit without too much risk of successful, substantive rebuttal.

    “racist” just might sound more scintillating, but that doesn’t make it any more correct or applicable.

    and those individuals who are wont to defend their “preferences” probably continue to love having the ability to toy around with, otherwise, well-meaning individuals, through manipulating Language — playing with your seman- … -tics.

    i still have the wish, that these “preference” folks would simply come out and make their declaration, “yes, i do believe XYZ is repugnant to me, for FGH reason. and i do not care if i’m being unreasonable.
    “i know i am. but i do not care.”
    but this ever rarely happens, because then their ‘beliefs’ can then become subject to Questioning.

    (even The Mentally Impoverished get horny too, apparently.)

    i’m not dumb, nor am terribly-closed minded.

    i know that it is indeed possible, an individual may truly not naturally-like (or ‘be drawn to’) a certain phenotype that’s typical of a specific ethnicity’s — heck.
    even i am not equally-attracted to everyone equally. and, of course, i have my own biases and prejudices.
    but i reck’n the difference has been, and remains to be: i know not to blindly paint broad strokes.. ..and i (if nothing else) try to be cognizant of knowing what can be helped, and what can’t be helped.
    i know that there can always be exceptions to Rules, and that this existence on Mother Gaia does not permit a perennial “Black-and-White” outlook on life, to begin with.

    when you “preference people” say “no” to something, you are implying that you feel there is something innately wrong (or disagreeable) with whatever it is you’re prejudging.

    i wish i was more articulate, so i could more cogently-formulate this link i want to build, right here; what i do know is, i will not allow someone to tell me that it is in fact ‘all the same,’ to have (as a gay man, for example) a “sexual” bias against

    • women
    • overweight men with little or no muscular definition
    • Pacific Islanders
    • men with Thigh Rash
    • men with red curly hair
    • meth abusers
    • men who enjoy their pancakes fried crispy and dark
    • Bi-Sexuals
    • anorexic men
    • Inuits
    • men who have a “moderate” political stance, and are Independent
    • men with prominent back hair
    • men whose heritage is Zimbabwe or Laos
    • men with a specific hue of skin colour

    the reason for discriminating against any of these are not all the same, because the Motive and Reasoning behind the bias cannot possibly be all the same.

    and it is late and i need to eat something before i go to sleep.
    i wish i could have commented on this entry earlier while the coals were still hot..
    ..but, maybe T.i.S. will appreciate this?

  • kiern … damn.

    he’s like the second cumming of dred scott.

    ======

    and what an interesting course of dialogue he’s inspired below!

    anyway, the terms that we probably want to use are biased, bigoted, or prejudiced (or even plain boring discriminatory) — but, not necessarily, nor automatically, racist.

    please learn the difference, if you truly want to be able to call those lovely, dim-witted people on their shit without too much risk of successful, substantive rebuttal.

    “racist” just might sound more scintillating, but that doesn’t make it any more correct or applicable.

    and those individuals who are wont to defend their “preferences” probably continue to love having the ability to toy around with, otherwise, well-meaning individuals, through manipulating Language — playing with your seman- … -tics.

    i still have the wish, that these “preference” folks would simply come out and make their declaration, “yes, i do believe XYZ is repugnant to me, for FGH reason. and i do not care if i’m being unreasonable.
    “i know i am. but i do not care.”
    but this ever rarely happens, because then their ‘beliefs’ can then become subject to Questioning.

    (even The Mentally Impoverished get horny too, apparently.)

    i’m not dumb, nor am terribly-closed minded.

    i know that it is indeed possible, an individual may truly not naturally-like (or ‘be drawn to’) a certain phenotype that’s typical of a specific ethnicity’s — heck.
    even i am not equally-attracted to everyone equally. and, of course, i have my own biases and prejudices.
    but i reck’n the difference has been, and remains to be: i know not to blindly paint broad strokes.. ..and i (if nothing else) try to be cognizant of knowing what can be helped, and what can’t be helped.
    i know that there can always be exceptions to Rules, and that this existence on Mother Gaia does not permit a perennial “Black-and-White” outlook on life, to begin with.

    when you “preference people” say “no” to something, you are implying that you feel there is something innately wrong (or disagreeable) with whatever it is you’re prejudging.

    i wish i was more articulate, so i could more cogently-formulate this link i want to build, right here; what i do know is, i will not allow someone to tell me that it is in fact ‘all the same,’ to have (as a gay man, for example) a “sexual” bias against

    • women
    • overweight men with little or no muscular definition
    • Pacific Islanders
    • men with Thigh Rash
    • men with red curly hair
    • meth abusers
    • men who enjoy their pancakes fried crispy and dark
    • Bi-Sexuals
    • anorexic men
    • Inuits
    • men who have a “moderate” political stance, and are Independent
    • men with prominent back hair
    • men whose heritage is Zimbabwe or Laos
    • men with a specific hue of skin colour

    the reason for discriminating against any of these are not all the same, because the Motive and Reasoning behind the bias cannot possibly be all the same.

    and it is late and i need to eat something before i go to sleep.
    i wish i could have commented on this entry earlier while the coals were still hot..
    ..but, maybe T.i.S. will appreciate this?

  • Trust_in_Suspicion

    Well-stated; I think the crux of the debate is that preferences are a normal part of narrowing down the impossible range of choices we have to make every day, but that doesn’t grant them immunity to analysis. Most of them stand on good, solid logical bedrock. They keep us from making bad decisions. These preferences generally arise from personal experience. Others don’t have a good foundation, and should be challenged. Those preferences are generally acquired from outside sources; society and especially the media.

  • Trust_in_Suspicion

    Well-stated; I think the crux of the debate is that preferences are a normal part of narrowing down the impossible range of choices we have to make every day, but that doesn’t grant them immunity to analysis. Most of them stand on good, solid logical bedrock. They keep us from making bad decisions. These preferences generally arise from personal experience. Others don’t have a good foundation, and should be challenged. Those preferences are generally acquired from outside sources; society and especially the media.

  • verily; and The Battle becomes nearly lost completely, once no one is any longer willing to go and question, and to challenge, and to call out.

    it is important to make people explain themselves, and to hold them to account for their ludicrous behaviour and beliefs (even when such people don’t want to) — to not allow them to obfuscate delude, and Elude.

    as those individuals are a(n unfortunate) part of our village too — they don’t have the luxury of portraying themselves as non-influential islands unto themselves ….. much less, individuals who are beyond reproach, merely because they feel they’re superior to someone else

  • meh!

    Why would someone be inferior to me (or anyone) because I (they) do not find them sexually attractive?? That’s your problem because that’s how you interpret it. And that’s fine, because that is who you are. But don’t be applying your interpretations onto others individually or blanketing (Hmmm, wonder if that is a word??) anyone that has a preference.
    Dewitt, if you aren’t attracted to XXX’s, the good for you. I would never think you are racist. That would be the stupidest thing ever.
    In this day and age, people have taken the true definition of “racism” and easily apply to it any and everything. And yes, Dewitt & Trust, you are part of that problem. Ot-ohhh, guess I am a racist because I find you two unattractive when you try to create drama.

  • Trust_in_Suspicion

    “Clever.”

  • Trust_in_Suspicion

    So, this horse is well and truly dead. If you have a need to work your legs out, by all means, have at it. There are more interesting, current things being discussed; I’m sure your opinions would be better-expressed there.

  • Dewitt2it

    What is even happening now? You’re racist against drama? This entire debate has become nonsensical.

    The point is, you decided to share the definition of racism, then you pointed out a “preference” for your attraction that implies it falls into a certain category of racism.

    People hear the word “racist”, and they immediately get defensive – “I am not that thing! I have (insert race) friends.”

    So, yes, maybe you’re not *entirely* racist. You’re just racist in a sexual context and think (insert race) people are inferior when it comes to physical attractiveness. Maybe you should accept that, question why it’s the case, and look outside your rose-colored glasses of denial.

    This is my final statement on this matter. Bye.

  • meh!

    Thank god that was your final statement. No go and take this weekend to think about racism, its definition and how you have misconstrued the word to try to prove your point.

    And, how did you state it “you decided to share the definition of racism, then you pointed out a “preference” for your attraction that implies it falls into a certain category of racism.” My sexually preference has nothing to do with racism. It means that I don get hard looking at you so therefore I don’t want to have sex with you.

  • Dewitt2it

    Okay, I said that was my final statement, but I’ll make this quick and stay away from the topic at hand:

    You are repeating yourself without taking a moment to understand a single thing I am saying. It is not a very productive way of having a conversation.

    Bye, again.

  • meh!

    if you noticed <— rhetorical seeing as you didn't realize I was quoting you. Dewitt, you are the one that wants to make sexual preference a racist issue NOT ME! IF you are not sexually attracted to a race, good for you. Doesn't mean I think of you as a racism. It just means I know who turns you on and who doesn't.
    But on the flip side here… I don't ever see anyone playing the racism card when someone says "only attracted to whites, latinos and blacks." But reverse it to "not into whites, latinos or blacks and all hell breaks lose.

  • NavySausage

    I’m of Portuguese, Hawaiian, Chinese and European descent, and I am not offended if I don’t meet the criteria that others seek, race included. In the cyber world, we deal with a twist on an already familiar paradigm on how our preferences are translated when selecting a partner/sexual partner. The moment we view a person’s profile, we’ve already begun forming our judgments, and it’s no different as the guy we see at a bar that piques our interest. The difference is that in a profile, we have the opportunity to cull the sorting process by streamlining our interests because our profile speaks for us. We also have the liberty to be “creative” with how much or how little information we choose to provide. But hey, ultimately a snub is a snub…virtual world or real life. If people know what they want in a partner, it’s simply a normal selection process and should not be some blown-out-of-proportion agenda on race relations in the gay community.

  • michael35

    Kieran Duecan is just fucking gorgeous period. Black Leather was so hot especially the way he looked in that leather.

  • James

    Funny thing though, is that I have come across many black men who’s profiles state No Blacks, No Fats, No Fems. So it’s not just a “White Gays” thing.