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Hetero Male Dominant, 30,  Tulsa, Oklahoma
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I have found my perfect match. Everything we experience is filtered through the context of our mind, which is in turn shaped by our experiences.












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 Dominant Male



 Willing to Relocate

 6' 0"

 175 lbs






 Lives For:

 Intellectual Discourse











 Foot Worship

 Rubber Fetish


 Online RPGs

 Role Playing Games


 Electronica / EDM

 Punk Rock Music


 Bar Hopping


 Coffee Shops

 Fine Dining

 Going to the Opera


 Musical Theater


 Renaissance Faires





 Martial Arts

 Skate Boarding

 Anal Play


 Body Worship


 Canes and Crops

 Corner Time




 Eye Contact Restrictions

 Local BDSM Community


 Hair Pulling


 Housework Service


 Knife Play


 Masks (On Partner)

 Massage (Getting)

 Massage (Giving)

 Mental Bondage


 Obedience Training


 Orgasm Denial

 Maid/Butler Service

 Outdoor Bondage

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 Comedy Shows


 Historical Shows

 Horror Movies


 Online Chatrooms

 Puzzle Games

 Science Fiction

 Simulation Games

 Body Art









 Political Activism

 Goth Lifestyle

 Lifestyle BDSM



 Alternative Music


 Blue Grass


 Classical Music

 Country Music

 Eighties Music

 Folk Music


 Heavy Metal Music

 Hip Hop Music

 Industrial Music


 Nineties Music


 Opera Music




 Rock Music

 Auto Racing




 Conservative Politics

 Liberal Politics


 EMO Music

 New Age Music

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 Seventies Music

 Curious About:




 Genital Punishment

 Romance Novels


 TV News

 TV Sports

 Libertarian Politics

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Journal Entries:
11/18/2012 9:12:29 PM

Given the propensity of the internet to be a vast, wild and confusing place and given that often I am similarly a vast, wild and confusing individual I shall introduce a modicum of normality to this profile. The main picture and first one is my current appearance. Others are previous styles and looks that I have tried over the years. There is no guarantee that any of this, save the historical aspects, will remain as a constant. This is the look I am currently satisfied with. It should be fairly obvious but just in case, the images not of me are ones that amuse me in some form or fashion.


Of late, I've taken a liking to 'antique' looks, the styles of the 20's - 50's but as ever with a modern twist. Few things seem to beat a button-down shirt and vest with a smart tie and topped with a fedora or trilby. 


Maybe I was born in the wrong decade, but that doesn't mean I cannot echo the style to an extent, hm?

5/19/2012 12:13:22 AM

For those wondering, yep. Three of those pictures are grabbed from ye olde interwebz. I figure they round out my typical sense of humor pretty well, for demonstrative purposes, hence their posting on here. For those who want a further perspective on how I tend to think and work go to


And no, there's no redirect or spam or any of that bullshit there. Actual human being posting actual thoughts. No, it's not updated frequently, it's updated when I have something to say, or "approximately when I give a shit". Questions, comments, etc can be posted here or there.

10/15/2010 10:39:26 AM
Masks. We all wear them. Even if we don't intend to, it's our natural inclination. We can delude ourselves into thinking we don't, and our masks may be little more than enough to cover a single corner, but we wear them none the less. Our intent is not to be deceitful, more than anything many of us want nothing more than to find that individual for whom the mask is transparent. I will freely admit, I wear the mask of the clown. It's far easier to smile. People stop asking questions if they believe you happy. The clown never frowns and no matter what may be happening behind that brightly painted face, it is always smiling. There are many times when I do feel that smile, and knowing it's there is a comfort. It is these times that the mask becomes my face. I prefer the role of the jester. Long has it been our duty to make people smile, but to also point out the absurd, to speak plainly the truths that no one else feels comfortable with. This role brings me happiness, and so the mask I wear is not a mask born of a fear of discovery, but one of purpose and design. It is also the crutch upon which I place my own burdens in those times when I do not feel the part. A maudlin harlequin can still play his role. In times of need it is far easier to turn the mask around and take a small measure of joy in the painted smile.

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