Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Homoerotic Wrestling Fiction

I've been catching up on a backlog of scorching hot homoerotic wrestling fiction submitted by a couple of excellent authors for the Sidelineland group.  I've been sitting on them a while, unfortunately, due to my diverted attention, but I've had time to get a few contributions posted in the past few days, and what a pleasure!

The stars of The Cave 9: Working it Out
Alex has two new chapters up in The Cave series.  If you haven't read any of The Cave's 9 chapters, smack yourself in the head and get caught up, because these most recent two matches are barnburners.  The many fans of The Cave know full well, and appreciate, the compelling drama charting the unraveling of the long-time best friendship between Cody and Ryan.  Once invincible sex wrestling stud, Cody, is The Bat to Ryan's Bane, and big Ryan's coconspirator, Pete, is more than ready to take Cody's place as Ryan's BFF (and sex puppy, and secretary, and life coach, and...).  The Cave 8: Working It Out documents the moment that the supervillainy honeymoon comes to a screeching halt, and Ryan and Pete turn heavyweight pent-up tension into a vicious, ass pounding mat match.

Cody is gorgeously stuck between a rock (Ryan) and a hard place (Ben) in The Cave 9: Three's Company
Then in Chapter 9: Three's Company, Alex has pulled together so many strings from the entire Cave series, but particularly chapters 7 and 8, for the sexiest three-way ring match I've ever read!  The slow burning grudge and long road to atonement between Cody and Ryan comes to a head with the addition of the incredibly hot catalyst of Cody's (chapter 7) wrestling conquest/fuck buddy Ben more than holding his own, and indeed holding, squeezing and clawing his way into being an integral component of the high impact, fuck stakes reckoning of the former BFFs.

Big Sexy as Jobberinnyc's "The Bartender"
The third new story I've posted to Sidelineland in the past few days is the sophomore contribution of Jobberinnyc, who's given us a fantastic erotic wrestling fantasy between the wrestling kinked, 40 year old narrator and an unexpected, full contact, psychologically seductive home invasion of his 20-something hardbodied bartender.  Jobberinnyc told me that the title character was inspired my interview with my reigning favorite homoerotic wrestler, Kid Karisma, and the physical template of aptly named Big Sexy.  Now that's a mind blowing combination!  And Jobberinnyc absolutely delivers what could easily be considered the manifesto for homoerotic wrestling jobbers everywhere.

The stars of the Producer's Ring office beatdown Secretarial Pool 8, Nick Youngquest and Andrew Stetson
And one last bonus for you today comes from the pages of my homoerotic wrestling fiction collaborations.  A fan has been lobbying me for a while now to resurrect the career of deposed and humiliated former executive assistant and power hitter in the corporate world of my post-apocalyptic homoerotic wrestling universe, Andrew Stetson.  Andrew was a star in action and behind the scenes of several matches from the Producer's Ring, and as added incentive to get me back to writing in the Producer's Ring, and to get my fantasies back on the magic that Canadian model Andrew weaves in my imagination, a generous fan commissioned this graphic from one of Andrew's most brutal matches.

Artist Guanino's depiction of Nick Youngquest teaching Andrew Stetson a lesson he'll never forget
From The Secretarial Pool 8, this is also one of my favorite out-of-the-ring images as well, in which Aussie sexbomb and rugby muscleboy Nick Youngquest locks the door of Andrew's office to rip 'n' strip the upper management hottie and teach him a lesson in failing to exploit Nick's talents to their fullest.  This match was a collaboration with another collaborator, Swito (still out there, Swito?  Haven't heard from you in a while), who joined me in letting our imaginations run wild with picturing how homoerotic two hardbodied hunks can get when they're locked up tight in a corporate office.  I particularly enjoy the creative use of Andrew's tie, the last remaining item of clothing left to him, by the innovative and sadistic Aussie.  Extremely fine artist Guianino (who you MUST check out his blog and collection of homoerotic art!!!) has captured this moment from the story beautifully!


Indeed, I'm inspired!  I've been getting words on the page recently with a couple of Sidelineland projects and a couple of Producer's Ring matches as well (sign up for access to the full archives if you haven't already, and send me your works of original fiction to share, too!).  It's good to be writing again, and it's even better to enjoy the collective efforts of so many creative artists sharing the joy of homoerotic wrestling.

6 comments:

  1. Jesus that's a hot illustration!

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  2. Ditto, Stay Puft. I urge the artist to do more.

    And I really miss the superhero matches on Rants, 'Roids, and Rasslin'.

    Is that Marc Sanger in that first link, as Beastmaster? I think one of the sexiest Shakespeare productions I ever saw featured him as Petrucchio in a commedia dell'arte Taming of the Shrew. The performance was great and very original, but what turned up my temperature was the amount of time he spent either open-shirted or shirtless.

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  3. I've been thinking of the TotS. It's always a physical show, but because of the commedia and MS's sheer athleticism, it was more vigorous than usual. He was in even better shape than in the movies. I seem to recollect that there was a sword-fighting scene with his sidekick, also a handsome, athletic guy. It had some feel of a wrestling match and the sweat glistened on his pecs and abs. A total turn-on! It was on PBS during the '70s. Not the usual venue in which I expected to be aroused.

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  4. According to imdb, it was broadcast in November 1976 on Great Performances. I don't think he was the sidekick, but Harry Hamlin was also in the cast.

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  5. This is OT, but Joe has just made a post on how the IOC has eliminated wrestling for the 2020 Games. Let's begin a campaign for restoration!

    There's an LA Times article about the politics on Google.

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  6. There's a restoration petition at Change.org.

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