Monday, January 23, 2006

Wrestling in the Movies

Hey men, when you get a chance, post on the Bulletin board on the site movies with wrestling scenes that stick out in your mind. Here's a clip from one recently mentioned, from the movie "Screamers." This guy gets caught and suspended from falling in a TIGHT headscissors. Sweet! Loop it and enjoy...


Thursday, January 19, 2006

A Film in the Making

Right now I am in between completing and selling Simon's documentary, Changing Perceptions: Profile of an openly gay pro wrestler, and getting back to the mammoth STRONGHOLD documentary. Here is a picture of me interviewing Gene Dermody (Golden Gate Wrestling Club) at the 2004 Hillside Event for STRONGHOLD. See how hard I'm working. I really do hope you'll purchase Changing Perceptions, not only for its historical value, but because it also helps me cover the costs in making STRONGHOLD. It really is a huge undertaking, and travel expenses alone have cost me $15,000 out of pocket so far. So I thank everyone that admires and supports my work by purchasing it.


Monday, January 16, 2006

Brokeback Mountain Wins BIG!

It's not more than 2 minutes after the end of the Golden Globe Awards, and I am incredibly happy to see Brokeback Mountain take home the Best Drama Movie, Best Screenplay, Best Director, and Best Original Song awards. As a filmmaker also working hard to dispel flamboyant stereotypes, I've been watching this film's progress for months, and have seen the movie twice now.

This really is an incredibly historic moment in film history. It will be very hard for filmmakers in the mass industry to return to the same ole perceptions because of this movie's success, and message. I hope you have had the chance to see it. Now, cross your fingers for an Oscar win.


Wednesday, January 11, 2006

My Speedos Stalker

Well folks, we've got ourselves another nutcase. Earlier last year I picked up a guy at the DC Union Station coming from New York that wanted to wrestle me. We had tried to meet for months. I brought him out to my place, wrestled, and were having fun...then he flipped out and became verbally abusive before we went to bed (and not in a good way). Telling me he didn't want to hear about my film, and just being extremely disrespectful and condescending. I got silent waiting for his "moment" to pass.

The next day I took him out to breakfast, gave him a free book and video, and took him all the way back into the Union Station and waited for his train with him. After he was gone I was a bit angry with myself for letting someone be so downright disrespectful to me, especially when I was hosting him. But I wanted to be the best host, and knew I wouldn't have to see him again.

Well, I got home and noticed my favorite white speedos were gone. The ones pictured here that I wrestled in the Scissorcams with, etc. It clicked in my head that he had told me how much he'd get off to those clips. I looked and looked and never found them.

Yesterday he tried to rejoin my site and list himself in the directory. I confronted him with my suspicions and wanting my speedos back, and low and behold, he said he had them. He claimed "I planted them" in his bag for him to have. Oh lord. He said he'd send them back to me in a week or so.

This morning I realized that I didn't want anyone else to get caught up with this person, so I removed his listing and sent him an email telling him why. He immediately called my home (god, he kept my phone number) and left a message on my answering machine, and he now says he "threw my speedos away" because he wanted nothing to do with me after he left my house. And here he is trying to rejoin my site. The phone message and emails have been kept on file, just in case.

I don't think I've ever publicly talked about some of the people I've met, because these things should be private; but I thought it was necessary for me to write something about this to warn other people. Really get to know the people you meet before letting them in your house. Even if you hit it off well on the phone, talk often before meeting. And don't let them stay the night on the first visit.

I think most people are generally good and want to have a good time like everyone else, but there are still some rather oddballs out there running low on their lithium supplies. What pisses me off the most is I miss my speedos! I got them in exchange for a video at Okie Rumble a few years ago, and they were my first pair. Sigh.


Monday, January 09, 2006

Restless Legs Syndrome

Do you have RLS? Restless Legs Syndrome? It's when you have an insatiable craving to wrap your legs around a guy's head and watch his face turn red while you squeeze tighter and tighter, and bone up doing so. I have it, and I made a video on it. SCISSORCAMS Vol 1: Pythonic Embrace, has been named the best scissor video by almost everyone that's bought it. Is this a plug to sell more copies of it? Yes, it is. Help me with my RLS. Buy this video, and sit back and watch me make three men SUFFER with ungodly TIGHT scissorholds over and over again. "The more you move, the more I squeeze" I tell them.


Saturday, January 07, 2006

Wrestling Documentary now shipping!

CHANGING PERCEPTIONS: Profile of an openly gay pro wrestler, is the first and only documentary about an openly gay wrestler on the pro indy circuit. Simon Sermon is great in this documentary, and it will certainly create a buzz in the pro wrestling community. (Vince McMahon will be getting a copy on his doorstep). He's wrestled for NWA, AWN, NAWA and other organizations in the southeastern United States for years. I ask him everything from how other wrestlers treat him, why he has an easier time than anyone else, and even the "Is wrestling homoerotic?" question. I put Adrian Street on the spot about his flamboyant wrestling character (which surprisingly was not his original character intention), and you get to see lots of wrestling action as well. Order video at