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Jason Rimbaud

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About Jason Rimbaud

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    Daly City, California
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    Mass Effect, Robert Jordan, writing (again), and boys :)

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  1. Sweet and Sour Chicken is not pork...that is all

  2. How PrEP Changed Gay Sex, Anecdotally

    The dangerous thing about prep, to this old school boy, is the misguided belief that bareback is suddenly an option. Yes I'm happy that PREP is a viable precaution to the death sentence I grew up with in the late eighties and throughout the nineties. Suddenly the waking horror I lived through and many of my friends did not is a contained threat. The I don't care about you attitude of the Regan years and the don't ask don't admit scare of the Clinton era is to my chagrin long forgotten by the I'm just discovering my path of sex in the controlled world of PREP so safe is an option where I can go bareback because at least I won't die HIV is not the only worry out there... Nor is the other STD a young gay man might contract by letting multiple humans inside so to speak. It's about the responsibility and the accountability a gay male must navigate as he approaches his sexual existence. I am an admitted promiscuous gay male that had my share and your share of risky fun with too many partners to account for. Yes I was always safe...yes the threat of HIV was always on my mind...but so was the threat of all other STD's. I never wanted to have to tell my life partner that I had herpes, or any of the other STD's out there because I was foolish with my body in a search for instant gratification. I have friends who are living with certain sexual diseases that have a hard time finding that life partner because of stupid mistakes in the past. Good for you that you don't have a life threatening disease, but yet a life long disease and one that is spread through unprotected sex still makes the search for the one harder to achieve. N Currently I am enjoying a condom free life with my partner because over our life we made smart choices in regards to sex. We can achieve the perfect Union because we were protected until we found the one that was the last one we would ever need to worry about it. dont forgo your future for a brief interlude knowing that at least you won't die for sure but run the risk of a "i have this for the rest of my life and will always pass it to the one I love" . Be safe, be smart, and don't get pressured or lulled into a false sense of security because I take a pill that assures me that at least I won't get the dreaded AIDS but I can still get a life long nuisance that could ruin my chance at finding life long happiness. My my two sense. J
  3. Ask An Author 2.0 #3

    I love this feature....poetry has always been a form that draws my attention...its raw, primal, and surface that envokes all my emotions in all the right places. More of this please. J
  4. It might be late, but Happy New Year everyone!  Except for "M", you can go to hell.  Thanks.

    1. sandrewn


      Phew! I double checked, there is not a single 'M' in my real name or chosen name here at GA. So as part of the everyone else, thank you very much.  To you I send in return, a late Happy New Year wish, and hope that 2018 is a great year, both for making new friends (and possibly forgiving old enemies).



    2. Jason Rimbaud

      Jason Rimbaud

      Thus far, it has been a great year, muchly.  😎

  5. I’m at the airport waiting to go back to San Francisco.  “N” is staying another day and I’m missing him already.  I’ve got it bad.  

  6. “N” will arrive in twenty minutes.  I’m so excited.  First time in almost a year we’ve been apart for more than twelve hours.  

  7. Since I took the new job I decided to take four days and head back to my favorite place on earth...Las Vegas.  Two days alone in Vegas but “N” arrived on Monday.  It’s not as fun without him I’ll confess.  

  8. So this afternoon I was offered a big promotion at work...to run my company's flag ship store.  More money more responsibility and of course more fun.  After talking with "N", I said yes.  

    1. Valkyrie


      Congratulations! :D 

  9. So I came home after a very long day without cigarettes...to find “N” lying on the couch watching “Once upon a time” and I realized something.  No matter how hard my day is, I always have him to love.  

  10. Dear dog owners...stop getting upset that you can’t bring your dog everywhere you go especially into restaurants.  And no I don’t believe that your dog you carry around in your purse is a service animal.  And yes I can ask what service it provides by law.  Unlike you, I’m good at my job.  

    *gets off soapbox*. 

    Wrong time to try and quit cigarettes. 


  11. Did you know that for a single dollar bill, I’ll come to your house and wash all the windows.  Seriously, “N” said so , so that is the way it is.  He’s pimping me out to wash windows and only for a buck.  I’m a lucky man.  

    1. MacGreg


      You're hired. 

    2. BHopper2


      Got a buck for you, over here in Florida.

    3. Jason Rimbaud

      Jason Rimbaud

      And sadly.  “n” never factored in travel so this is not a sound business practice at all. Nope.  But I love him.  

  12. this year I’m trying something different with Halloween...I’m going as a man in a committed relationship 

    1. BlindAmbition


      Better to have a treat; rather than random tricks.

    2. Jason Rimbaud

      Jason Rimbaud

      That is true 

  13. It’s one of those days...not good...not bad...just level

  14. It’s been a long time coming but I opened an old bottle of wine I’ve been saving, but I didn’t have any glasses, so I’m drinking right out of a 300 dollar bottle of wine.  Classy gay!

  15. This is not a post, I have nothing on my mind.  That is all

    1. sandrewn


      I guess that makes this comment, a no comment:X


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