Jo-Vanni Roman, also known as Geo the Rentboy, is embracing the spotlight, and some people are quietly speculating that he was conspiring to out George Rekers all along. Well good for him, and he earned it after he endured ten arduous days driving the scenic route down George Reker’s happy trail.
From The Miami New Times:
Rekers allegedly named his favorite maneuver the "long stroke" — a complicated caress "across his penis, thigh… and his anus over the butt cheeks," as the escort puts it. "Rekers liked to be rubbed down there," he says.
Meanwhile, the Christian right is busy unloading its Facebook accounts. Florida’s Attorney General, Bill McCollum, paid George Reker’s $87,000 for his "expert testimony" in a fight against gay adoption. Now, McCollum has taken time out of his gubernatorial campaign to remove himself from Facebook. McCollum hasn’t commented on the scandal, but Tony Perkins, the snarly-lipped fucktard who co-founded the Family Research Council with Rekers, is busy mincing words. After deleting all references to Rekers on the Family Research Council website, Perkins is now describing his former business partner as "George Rekers who?"
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The photo that started it all:
Show me an anti-gay activist and I'll show you someone who likes to fuck male hookers. Unzipped has tracked down the rabid homophobe George Reker's hooker. Is it a coincidence that the muscle twink sort of looks like Jesus?
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Darren Chiacchia, an equestrian who won an Olympic bronze medal in Athens, failed to have the "I just tested positive for HIV" talk with his boyfriend, so his boyfriend went to the police.
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Today for the first time, scientists began to understand how a man can churn out a few of those puppies for every thousandth of a second that he lives.