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A celebration of Masturbation, Maleness, and your Penis.
Cum show off your sexy technique in BRC’s Biggest Circle Jerk.
Artisan JO Lube provided.
Cum Show off your Maleness!
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Healthy Friction also does a Weekend of Masturbation
in Palm Springs and Key West.
Every Photographer/Videographer agrees to always ask permission before taking a photo.
Burning Man does this, and it’s easy.
If Photos are going to be taken, you’ll know, because the photographer will ask first,
No One will be take your photo without your permission.
Burning Man’s number one rule of etiquette for photography is Ask First – you should get permission before taking somebody’s photo. Does this mean you can’t grab a shot of somebody cruising by on a really cool bike, or capture a compelling scene you happen to see through your telephoto lens? No, of course not – realistically, you should ask first whenever realistically possible. But the question you have to ask yourself before pressing the shutter is “Am I invading this person’s privacy in any way?”. If the person is fully or partially nude, in the middle of some obviously very private moment, or doing anything that perhaps they would not want the whole world to see, then yes, you definitely need to ask first – do not press the shutter. If somebody is doing henna body painting on a nude model in Center Camp, and there are a dozen people with cameras surrounding them snapping away, can you just jump in and take pictures as well? No you can’t – instead, set an example for the others. Go up to the model and ask first. Some of the other photographers undoubtedly already did so, and the ones who did not perhaps will appreciate the reminder that they should have.
I'm not looking for any action photos in the house itself, that makes the guys nervous. I think the Burning Man rule of asking for permission to take a photo works. In fact, I set up areas away from the normal action to take stills of who ever wants photos, like beside the house under a tree, or even next door on a patio that doesn't get used. So it's good for privacy. We can even use my private room in the house. Let me make it clear, No One will have their photo taken without the expressed consent to do so. The Rules need discussion, it's FUN! Like any other boundaries kind of action like Dominant/Sub, S&M, Role Play Game, Daddy-Son, etc. If you see me with my Camera out, well then follow me where I'm leading if you want you photo taken. If you don't want your photo taken, Don't follow me!
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The Original Healthy Friction JO Parties in Los Angeles.
I just came upon the original invite to Healthy Friction, way back when,
It was a fund raiser for ActUp-LA, and the new (at the time) Queer Nation LA,
Here is the invite I handed out to cute guys in travels, either at my FAV Leather Bar at the time,
“The One Way”, on Hoover in Silver Lake, or in the many (new to LA) protests, around the “Southland”,
in these days ActUp was very sexy, and this was a way for me to promote JO as a Sexy Activity,
and the first one just in time for my Birthday in OCT 1989.
I left these invites on the table for the meetings of ActUp-LA
without telling anyone that was me on the Invite, oh it got talked about, oh so much…
ActUp culture required that we debate and converse whether this fundraiser would get the official endorsement during one of our usual TUE night meetings in West Hollywood Park, where there would be between 35-90 people in attendance. It was amusing to me, My getting to sell the idea of ActUp-LA promoting JO, which of course, is the original “Safe Sex”, so of course, they did, but not without having to talk about masturbation for some 20 minutes, (sly grin), I was amused and aroused the entire time.
Later on, the photo I used of myself, from my Chad James film shoots, showed my curved dick, which got a lot of talk in the ActUp-LA gossip pages, also handed out on the table at our weekly meetings.
I loved the way it was argued about whether my dick curved up, down, or left!
Yes, I was the artist and creator of this invite, OCT 1989 edition, the very first Healthy Friction.
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