Friday, March 8, 2013

Telling Stories

Regular readers know my tastes.  I'm not coy about being being particularly turned on by action in a wrestling ring, guys with tattoos, muscular asses, shaved heads, hair pulling, erotic tag teams, over-the-knee backbreakers, trapped in the ropes muscle torture, ego-bashing trash talk, overcoming long odds, and story telling (just to name a few of my favorite things).  If I absolutely had to give up all but one of those things, I think I'd have to hang out to the bitter end for my lustful desire for a well-told story.  I'm a drama/melodrama junkie, and wedded with homoerotic wrestling, a compelling story with 3 dimensional characters, a story arc, a climax and a sexually dominating denouement is powerfully satisfying for me.  Thus my delight in homoerotic wrestling fiction (writing it, but especially reading that of others).   I've also lately been particularly titillated to learn that some of the juiciest morsels from the pages of this blog and my fondest homoerotic wrestling matches have also begun blogging.

Monaco on the mats.
Ben Monaco is the latest wrestler that I know of who's started documenting his journey into on camera homoerotic wrestling with his blog, Monaco Off the Mats.  His first post is text-intensive, meaning I'm already powerfully aroused, as Ben describes this new chapter in his life in which a chance encounter on Grindr led inevitably down the path toward Ben's metamorphosis into a rising star in the homoerotic wrestling business.

Most recently, Ben got his hands (and tongue) all over massive rookie Alain LeClair in Mat Scraps 2.
Check out Ben's story and encourage him to keep up the narrative, because I'm going to blow an artery if I don't get to read subsequent chapters of his journey.  He's also offered to answer questions, and I know I for one have been cataloging new ones to ask ever since he granted me an interview soon after his debut for BG East.  I find that blogging is work, my friends, and a healthy dose of positive reinforcement is essential to enduring lapses in motivation to keep going, so get on Monaco Off the Mats and tell Ben you want to know what happens next!

That Ginger Guy!
My recently slapped down top contender and long-time title holder of my favorite homoerotic wrestler (and BG East's 2012 winner for Best Butt) Kid Karisma, has a blog that he updates irregularly, but delightfully when he does.  That Ginger Guy! (perfectly named, to match his physical perfection), hasn't been updated in a few months, sadly.  Personally, I'm dying to know if he lost the ginger whiskers once No Shave November was over ('cause I'm saying right now I'd like to see those full blown whiskers in the ring!).  And who's with me in harboring a crazy lust to watch the karismatic one crush objects between those rugby-built quads?  And I'm still hoping to see some incriminating post-party, slack jawed, drooling evidence of what homoerotic wrestling's most infamous party boy looks like in the back seat on the way home.  We know that Kid K will dish, god bless him, and I can't think of a better theme for That Ginger Guy! than a much needed gossip rag for the homoerotic wrestling industry.  Pass the word along and let's get Kid K back at the keyboard.

Cameron Mathews sells the goods.
Cameron Mathews launched his personal/professional wrestling website last summer, and he's done a decent job of keeping the material fresh and liberally laced with beefcake.  He tends to be a man of relatively few words, but they're typically well-chosen and paired with some sweet video and stills, CameronWrestler.com offers some inspiring insights into the hardest working homoerotic wrestler on the scene.  He's also periodically selling Cameron-memorabilia for his army of fans to purchase, like his current sale on liberally sweat-stained trunks (it's never too early to start Christmas shopping for Bard, friends).  Most provocatively, I think, is Cam's offer to tape custom wrestling matches, and there are a boatload of testimonials bearing evidence that his Pro vs. Joe private bookings leave his fans supremely satisfied.

What naughty thoughts is Aryx thinking now?
My most recent interviewee, Aryx Quinn, has more of Twitter presence than anything else on the internet, but he does have a website that's been promising a new, expanded source for all things Aryx for quite a while.  I hope that those of you populating the Twittersphere will start bombarding @TristanBaldwin with pleas for more Aryx Quinn wrestling access.

Drake Marcos knows drama.
For months I've been encouraging ambitious rookie Drake Marcos to start blogging about his journey into the hearts and lusts of homoerotic wrestling fans (and a particular homoerotic wrestling producer who's clearly taken a shine to the eager baby face beauty).  Drake keeps promising me it's on his to-do list.

Talk about a story to tell!
And then there are plenty more homoerotic wrestlers I think ought to blog.  I know for a fact Kid Leopard is online at least 25 hours out of every day.  Can you imagine some free association narrative from the man who's gone from down and dirty heel to heading his own international wrestling empire?!

Tease no more, Kid Vicious!
And please, people, if you know Kid Vicious, tell him he's GOT TO either give me that interview he's been teasing me with for (I kid you not) at least 8 months, or launch a Kid Vicious blog to let us get a glimpse of the dark recesses of his fantastically homoerotically kinked wrestling mind.

Do you need a kidney, Lon!?
I'd sell a kidney for more access to Lon Dumont, as well.  Pro wrestler turned competitive bodybuilder turned homoerotic wrestler!?  That's worth a made for TV movie at the barest minimum, and much more obviously deserves some custom-made Lon served up for some voracious fans (line starts directly behind ME!).

Clearly Brad Rochelle knows his way around a keyboard.
Yes, I love a story told well.  And I'm sure that there are other wrestlers we could think of that we'd like to hear much, much more from.  Then again, I'm sure not every homoerotic wrestler fancies clicking away at a keyboard, but I'm equally certain (and I have documentation to prove it) that there are more than a few wrestling fantasymen adept and accomplished in crafting the English language into compelling and erotically satisfying narrative.  I'm typically a half a decade behind the times, but I'm hoping against hope that more web presence and online drama is where the hot world of homoerotic wrestling is heading!

1 comment:

  1. This is slightly off-topic, but I'm really digging Lon Dumont's head of hair!

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