Category: Clay Aiken

Derek Jeter and Rim Jobs; Clay Aiken on Naked Selfies; Philly Gay Bashing

Derek Jeter and Rim Jobs

This isn’t earth shattering, but ass is ass and people seem interested in ass. Pro baseball player, Derek Jeter, *allegedly** enjoys getting a good rim job every now and then. So much he gives orders during the process, so to speak.

Straight men everywhere are finally opening up to the wonders of anal pleasure and discovering the many uses for their buttholes —  booty eating” is now a thing among them, which means we should expect to hear more stories about celebrity men on the forefront of this fascinating renaissance. Right? Right.

Frankly, I’m not sure why the author of this article seems so shocked that straight people like rim jobs…and know about them. I remember reading a biography of a former President of the United States who tended to fool around a lot during a time when those things were almost always overlooked and silenced. He allegedly fooled around with a famous Hollywood actress, and as the story went, the actress rimmed him. This dates back decades. I won’t mention names even though it was in the book, but just so you don’t get totally freaked out with a visual it was not Richard Nixon.

My point is that rimming is NOT exclusive to the gay community. In fact, it’s NOT something I’m all that fond of personally. I won’t even eat cheese that smells like ass. I also know plenty more gay men who will agree with me. If you don’t believe me, go ask James Franco.

You can read more here. This info is questionable, and from a tweet that’s definitely a perfect example of hearsay.

Clay Aiken on Naked Selfies

When the nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence and other celebrities were leaked I posted about them here, with a short commentary about Perez Hilton.

I said this about the photos:

Frankly, I find it interesting that Jennifer Lawrence has dirty pictures of herself on her phone. You can search my phone and you won’t see on nude photos of me or anyone else. And it’s not because I’m a prude. I just know what I’m doing. If you don’t want nude photos of yourself floating around in a cloud have the good sense of a goose and don’t take them.

And now it seems as if Clay Aiken agrees with me. Interesting. Two gay guys are now shunning nude photos on phones and according the Christians we’re the bad guys, and we’re the sinners. Just interesting.

Aiken said this:

Clay Aiken, the former American Idol runner-up now running for Congress in North Carolina, says celebrities victimized by the recent nude photo hacking scandal and “anybody who takes inappropriate pictures of themselves deserve exactly what they get.”

You can read more here. The article gets a little catty, but I think the point still remains the same. Don’t want nude pics leaked from your phone. Don’t take nude pics of your ass and leave them on your phone. Plain and simple, male or female.

Philly Gay Bashing

There’s another witness now who is speaking up about the horrendous gay bashing that happened last week in one of Philadelphia’s nicest neighborhoods. This particular witness happened to be looking out of his third floor window and he watched the event unfold, first hand.

Here’s some of what he saw:

Do you have a sense of what set this off?

 It seemed to me that the two larger guys were fed up with what the other guys were saying, and one of the victims was pushing one of the women away, but just a little bit. And I could also hear some slurs like “fucking faggot” and I also heard someone say “I am sick of this fucking faggot.” If you saw the victims, they were small, not as large as the two guys. And then, it happened so quickly, one of the victims is lying unconscious, bleeding from the head. There wound up being a one- to two-foot puddle of blood where he was hit and knocked unconscious. He wasn’t moving. There was a blood stain on the ground until it rained two days later.


I’d like to know what constitutes anyone using that kind of violence on another human being for something so minor? So far, there has yet to be an arrest in this case. Some I wondering if there ever will be an arrest.

More here.

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Compersion; Clay Aiken’s Rival Is Dead

Compersion

Although there aren’t that many set things written about the word (concept), compersion, with a simple search you can find out all you need to know in a general sense. Most places seem to define compersion as the opposite of jealousy, where one person in a relationship is willing to share his or her lover with someone else just to experience the emotional pleasure that comes from watching his or her partner receive gratification from someone else outside of the relationship. Some consider the sexual aspects of compersion far less important than the emotional and romantic aspects. Others seem to think they are either equal or they go in one direction or the other. But what surprised me the most is that it seems to be more popular than most people would expect, even though it’s still not spoken about as openly as other topics in public.

Compersion is the flip side of jealousy, or the glee of seeing one’s lover falling in love with someone else. Polys who experience compersion liken it to being happy that their partner got a part in a local theater production or was chosen employee of the month – it does not affect the person directly, but they are still happy to see their partner happy and having good things happen, regardless of the nature of those good things. If something brings joy to your partner, then it makes you happy. Practiced polys act in compersive ways like vacating the large bedroom for their partner to host a visiting lover, taking care of kids so their partners can go on dates, and treating their paramours kindly. 

You can read more here.

There’s a web site here called compersion.net.

This link talks about how the experience is different for everyone.

There’s even something in Urban Dictionary.

I feel compersion when I see my husband come home happy from spending time with his girlfriend. His happiness brings me happiness

I find it interesting because I’m ready to publish a new book in the Chase series and I found that by mentioning compersion it helps the reader to understand more about how the two main characters deal with their polyamorous relationship. But even they find ways to define what works out best for them. So there don’t seem to be any set rules.

Clay Aiken’s Rival Is Dead

I’ve already posted about openly gay Clay Aiken, formerly of American Idol fame, running for political office in North Carolina. This past week after people voted, both Aiken and his opponent came so close they were both awaiting a decision from election authorities to see who won. Aiken was in the lead by a small number.

Unfortunately, Aiken’s opponent, 71 year old Keith Crisco, fell down on Monday afternoon at his NC home and was dead by the time paramedics arrived. Aiken issued this statement.

I am stunned and deeply saddened by Keith Crisco’s death. Keith came from humble beginnings. No matter how high he rose — to Harvard, to the white House and to the Governor’s Cabinet — he never forgot where he came from.
He was a gentleman, a good and honorable man and an extraordinary public servant. I was honored to know him.
I am suspending all campaign activities as we pray for his family and friends.


More here.

Last Wednesday Crisco announced he was not ready to concede. But I don’t think this makes Aiken the automatic winner and Crisco can still win posthumously.

Unless Crisco can come from behind during a final tally of the votes this week, Aiken will be the nominee, spokesman Josh Lawson said. If Crisco does win, local Democrats would select the nominee, Lawson said. The vote is expected to be certified Thursday.

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Neil Partick Harris Responds; Gay Activist Leeches; Clay Aiken Running for Office

Neil Patrick Harris Responds

I’ve never even seen one episode of How I Met Your Mother, but the finale seems to have created a firestorm. And Neil Patrick Harris recently responded to critics on David Letterman.

Harris defended the show’s finale on “Late Show,” saying he was a “big proponent of it” and that he supported the show taking a more serious tone as it went on. In response to some of the backlash on his character in particular, Harris explained that some people don’t necessarily “grow up.”

“You want Barney to be the guy you bring your mom home to, but Barney is the guy that wants to bang your mom,” said Harris.

There’s more here, with a clip. It’s hard to please everyone.

Gay Activist Leeches

The American Family Association’s Brian Fischer thinks that gay activists are like leeches. This isn’t the first time he’s made anti-gay comments, and won’t be the last.

“The point here is that with the homosexual lobby, you cannot ever give them enough. Don’t even try,” Fischer said in a radio broadcast. “There’s no point in offering them some kind of appeasement in the hopes that they will leave you alone, that they will leave you in peace. It won’t work.”

Earlier this month, Fischer slammed the ABC series “Modern Family” as “poison” because of its portrayal of same-sex relationships.

All activists have to be like leeches to a certain extent otherwise they’d never get anything accomplished. So by making a moot point like this Brian Fischer either doesn’t understand what activists do, or he just so filled with hate he decided to single out gay activists. Either way, I think his fear of becoming extinct overpowers his sense of logic.

You can read more here.

Clay Aiken Running for Office

American Idol’s Clay Aiken is running for office in North Carolina’s 2nd Congressional District. But he’s going to be fighting hard to win.

Republican Rep. Renee Ellmers has represented the district for two terms and would like to make it three. The tea party favorite has a good shot at doing so.

The GOP-controlled state legislature gave Republicans the advantage when they redrew congressional districts in 2011. A veteran House Democrat who barely survived in 2012 opted to retire at the end of his term, while others in President Barack Obama’s party face an uphill battle — even a well-known personality like Aiken.

When it comes to politics, I’m actually very positive about odds like this. I don’t think it always depends on statistics. I think it depends more on good strategy and how you play the game. Previous recent elections in the US have proven that even with all the odds stacked against you there’s still that proverbial glimmer of hope…if you’re shifty enough and you know which asses to kiss. We all claim we want honest politicians, but always vote for the best sales pitch, from president right on down to the mayor of the smallest US town.

I would like to see Aiken win this.

You can read more here.