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Forgetting Anniversaries

I just realized that another anniversary went by, and I completely forgot about it. It’s been nearly two decades since that night back in grad school.  I’d met a friend over in San Francisco and we’d seen a movie.  I

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Scenes From a MAL

Scenes From a MAL

Diary Jan 15, 2013

I’m on an Amtrak train heading down to Washington DC to go to Mid Atlantic Leather weekend, otherwise known as “MAL.”  I’m connecting to the train’s wi-fi and it shows the various active networks. In addition to the Amtrak network

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The View From Up Here and There

I’m heading to Washington DC to visit my sister.  I saw her about this time last year, and before that for the John Stewart rally in 2010.  This has become a regular thing.  I like visiting my sister and like

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The Other Me

The Other Me

Diary Jun 14, 2012

I’d flown into Seattle a number of times before, but the plane had never taken this approach.  We were flying past downtown, seemingly dangerously close to the tall buildings.  Was this right?  Had we been hijacked, a sequel to 9/11

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Do Me a Favor

Do Me a Favor

Diary May 28, 2012

Last night I watched a couple of TV shows, one after the next, and by sheer coincidence both shows involved incidents of sex for favors under unusual circumstances.  One involved a man offering the favors (to another man) and I

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The First Time

The First Time

Diary Nov 18, 2011

I remember the first time I saw an escort.  It was about eight years ago.  I’d fixated on an escort named Peter, who was a hunky Australian guy living in San Francisco with brooding dark features and a knock-out body. 

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Business Park

Business Park

Diary Nov 10, 2011

Each day I commute from San Francisco to my job in Sunnyvale.  I am one of an army of reverse-commuters, heading from our flats and rowhouses in the City southward to the leafy office parks of the Peninsula and South

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Latest Gym Crush

Latest Gym Crush

Diary Nov 08, 2011

Today he said hi.  He was talking on his phone in the locker room, I walked by and he caught my eye and said hi.  I realize that sounds so juvenile, so junior high girlish.  Perhaps I should say “OMG

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