Friday, April 23, 2010


I walked in and my breath was taken away. This man was standing before me, and the only word I could use to describe him was powerful. He seemed to tower over everybody else with his manly physique and I couldn’t help but stare at him. I longed for him in ways I never felt before. I wanted to talk to him, to learn everything I could about what made him have this hold over me.

I was at The Club on a sunny afternoon and there were a lot of guys just hanging out. It seemed to be one of the most casual events I’ve seen and I wouldn’t have known I was in a bathhouse if it wasn’t the fact that everybody was in a towel.

I walked over to the common area and there he was, smiling, lightly touching his hairy, masculine chest and I felt myself swoon. Luckily one of the guys in the group I had known from previous visits and he was a sort of friend of mine. I decided I needed to join this group and walked over to say hi to my friend. It wasn’t hard for me to enter the conversation, they were talking about a popular TV show that was on the night before. I tried to contribute, but I couldn’t stop staring at him. He was just so powerful.

The afternoon was a pretty lazy one, lounging and talking while some guys went in and out of the group to the sauna, to some rooms, etc. I couldn’t leave his side and the more transient the group was, the more I got to talk to him. He was a local, but rarely came to The Club. I felt myself blushing and smiling at everything he said, but he didn’t seem to notice.

After a while the conversation waned and he asked if anybody wanted to go explore the place with him. The others were comfortable so I found myself walking next to him, all around and feeling his body’s energy close to mine. We ducked into the sauna to see that almost nobody was inside. We sat down and it wasn’t long until I felt his incredibly strong arms around me. It was sensual at first but the more touching occurred, the more firm and rough it got. I found myself in ecstasy and when he suggested we go to the room he rented, I almost couldn’t contain myself.

We went to the small room he had rented, and the firm, yet gentle nature of his being made me melt. I was putty in his hands and he used this to his advantage, guiding me through one of the greatest experiences I had there. It was incredible and I felt weak, yet strong at the same time. The hottest part was the fact that he left the door slightly open so we were performing for others from time to time. I do not use the word perform lightly either, it really was theatrical.

Afterwards we bid adieu and smiled slightly as we both said we hoped we’d run into each other again.

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Club Tips

I think instead of telling a story this time I need to give you all some pointers about going to The Club. I was there the other day and realized that a new guy was really lost and confused. I remembered that it was a really short time ago that I felt the same way. It’s funny because I feel so comfortable there now that I almost forget what it was like. So here’s a guide for newbies.

The first thing to know is that the place is whatever you make it. If it you want it to be a fun place to chill with some guys and shoot the shit, it can be. Go find some guys who are relaxing, laughing, talking and make some conversation. The social aspect of The Club is not intimidating and can be a lot of fun. Think of it as a social meeting place.

Oh the other side, if you’re looking to get into something pretty scandalous, that can be arranged as well. Take a walk around, see who’s cruising and what some of the guys are up to. There are areas of The Club you can lose yourself in, and it can be really exciting and fun.

There’s an etiquette to the bath house that a lot of people might not realize when they first come. The overall theme is respect while having fun. Nobody is forced to do anything they don’t want to and you shouldn’t feel pressured to. Being honest and direct are two very important things. On the flip side, do not pressure anybody who may not be interested. It’s a place of mutual respect.

This tip is an obvious one, but be safe! If you’re going to explore different fun scenarios with strangers, you obviously need to protect yourself and education yourself about all the STDs out there. The attitude “oh, it’s just gonorrhea” won’t be what you’re thinking when it burns to go to the bathroom.

Be casual and have fun. That’s the best advice about these places. It’s really not as scary as you might think it is, and if you go in with an open mind and a casual atmosphere, you’re going to enjoy yourself. If you instead decide on being obnoxious, loud and ignoring all the rules, I guarantee the rest of the people there will make sure you’re kicked out or alienated. Just like any bar or social place you can go to, be smart and respectful and you can meet some really great people and have a great time.