LGBT Boys | Burn and Rebirth #1

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 Since so many of you enjoy the Confessions of a Femme series I thought I would look for a young gay man to start a new series that catered to the boys who visit TFF. Voila! Burn and Rebirth has been born. I hope you all enjoy this series of short stories from a good friend of mine. Stay tuned for more!

Burn and Rebirth #1

When life throws lemons at you, you have to catch them and make yourself a pitcher of lemonade. That was my motto after my mom kicked me out of her house. Hey, my name is Fenix and this is my burn and rebirth.

This whole lemon motto started for me when one of my coworkers, Ash, invited me to his birthday show at this gay club two towns from my house; not wanting to go alone I invited 2 of my other friends, Santana and Mark, to tag along with me.

The show was amazing…for a plus sized drag queen, Ash could really move. After the show we waited for Ash to come out of the dressing room not wanting to just stand around idle we decided to sit at the bar. After about 45 minutes the bartender appeared in front of me and put a Smirnoff Ice (my favorite light drink) in front of me. I told him that I didn’t order anymore drinks. “I know. That guy over at the end bought it.” I looked in the direction he pointed and a handsome man at the end of the bar. Now don’t get me wrong I do find myself attractive but I’ve never had a guy buy me a drink out of the blue.

“Go and talk to him,” Santana urged me. I finally came out to her and ever since she has been fascinated with this lifestyle. “Fenix look at me; this guy is soooo flipping hot. If he wasn’t gay I would talk to him, just go and say hi!” I looked over at him and mouthed ‘Thank You’.

He pointed to his ears and motioned for me to come over to him. I walked over to him and sat on the chair next to him.

“I hope that the kind of drink you wanted. I saw you had one in front of you so I assumed it would be okay.”

I finally got a good look at him; he was strikingly handsome; he had high cheekbones, beautiful gray eye and perfect pouty lips. He had a face that you would see in a couture magazine.

“It is. Thank you, I was about to get another one,” I said.

“You’re welcome,” he said. “I’m Aris by the way.”

I smiled and told him my name and he smiled and stared at me. “What/ Do I have something on my face?”

“Oh no, you just have a beautiful smile and I was just admiring that.”

I rolled my eyes on the inside because guys used this line on me all the time but I have to admit that I do have a pretty nice smile, I consider it my best feature.

“Aww thanks,” I said and looked over to my friends.

After a while of chit chat I saw Ash walk out of the dressing room. I said my goodbyes and got up to leave, as I did he caught my hand and pressed a card into my palm.

“I would love it if you would call me some times?” he said still caressing my hand.

“Cool. See you later?”

“Of course.” I turned and walked outside where my friends were waiting for me. We said our goodbyes and started getting into our cars until I heard my name. as I turned I saw the guy from the bar walking up to me.

“Hey they wanted a pic for this website and I need a sexy guy on my arms, would you mind?”

I looked at Ash and Mark. “Uh I guess I could.”

He walked up to me and out his arms around me and the photographer took a few pictures. After I approved the pictures we took, Aris once again took my hands and brought them up to his lips and kissed them.

“You have a good night beautiful,” he said then turned and walked back to the club.

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Aryka Randall is a media mogul in the making from San Diego, California. After relocating to Louisiana in 2004, Randall became active in her local LGBTQ community. It was here she saw the need for a more diversified representation of topics relating to the LGBTQ in the media and decided to create TheFabFemme.com. A month later she decided to create a blog that would cater to the feminine lesbian demographic infusing her passion for blogging, writing, and public relations. Randall was recently featured on Go Magazines annual ‘100 Women We Love‘ issue along with Tagg Magazine, the Dinah Shore Blog, and a number of other LGBT publications for her work in the LGBT community

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