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I was exchanging emails with a long-time online contact and writing collaborator a couple of days ago. We know each other primarily through the venue of homoerotic wrestling fiction. I mentioned in my last email something about BG East. He replied that he'd never heard of them.
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Simply amazing! This disclosure reveals a few things to me. For one, this online collaborator clearly does not frequently read this blog. It's simply impossible that someone could even occasionally read neverland and come away having never heard of BG East (or any of the other companies I finance with my homoerotic wrestling purchases, but especially BG East). Most of the feedback and ongoing conversations I'm involved in start with something I've said on the blog, so it catches me off guard that someone who knows my wrestling kink rather well doesn't linger much around these parts. No shame, mind you. I'm not suggesting there's anything wrong with not reading my frequently convoluted, often self-contradictory musings about what turns me on about homoerotic wrestling. Just surprised that someone who's read a lot of my writing doesn't read it here much.
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More interestingly for me, this revelation surprises me because I figure everyone who's into homoerotic wrestling fiction online is also part of the fan base of homoerotic wrestling videos. I wasn't conscious of it, but I was assuming that the gay wrestling video tent entirely contained within it the gay wrestling fiction audience. Homoerotic wrestling videos came before wrestling writing for me, so I've been under the assumption that everyone who I interact with around homoerotic wrestling fiction has also come by the same path. Assumption checked.
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That anyone with a love for homoerotic wrestling in any genre or format should just not recognize the name BG East, however, seems like a missed opportunity for some hot pounding wrestling delights. I'm fully transparent in admitting often that my own fiction is frequently drawn from the best and most inspiring of what turns me on in the videos I watch. I certainly seem to recognize many of the same angles, perspectives, body types and holds in gay wrestling graphics/visual art that are, at least, "in keeping" with some of the gorgeous wrestling that good folks like BG East produce so well.
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