The Invisibleman Reveals...Invisibleman's One Thousandth Post!!!

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  1. invisibleman

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    Hello, I wanted to celebrate my one thousand posting on LPSG.org. By doing something special. I would like to maybe use this thread to reveal myself (but not in the way you think--you will have to trust me that I am 7" X 6" hard peniswise. I am not going to show you my dick.)
    I wanted to share some insights on why I chose the name "invisibleman" as my moniker on LPSG instead of many countless others like "UnseenBiGDickAssFukker" or "NiceGayGuyWhoLovesDatingFuckedUpMen".

    I chose invisibleman as my moniker to reflect my life as I see myself within three factions: 1) as being gay oriented sexually. 2) as being African American. and 3) as being a male. I haven't been treated as well by these three areas: in the gay community, in the African American community, and as a part of the male species. Making me feel kinda invisible. I am comfortable being invisible as this is the life of an invisibleman.

    Now, that I am 36 years old. I am finding that things in my life have sort of ground to a halt. I had a cool yet crummy job within the local gay community here in Asheville. I had a great education experience at a historically African American higher educational institution. Never really had the defining moment of masculine rite (whatever that is--it is different for many guys.). Since the age of 23 until now, I had a series of long term relationships with three guys.

    I haven't done any street drugs. I haven't smoked a cigarette. I haven't killed anyone. I haven't sired any kids.

    Presently, I am not in a long-term relationship. I am cool with that. I do meet a lot of guys but not for dates like movies or a show. I am uncertain where I do belong in the African American scheme but I don't really relate to a lot because I am very different. Since I am different. I want different things. I have different dreams. I have different outlooks than most. I could care less about masculine defining moments.

    And what does this have to do with LPSG and having a big dick?

    Nothing. Apart me having an okay dick and a LPSG commoner--I'm just an invisibleman expressing what is on his mind. Sharing a little bit of his life with some fine friends and/or adversaries on LPSG.

    --Invisibleman
     
  2. naughty

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    Congrats, Invisible one!

    It is a milestone and thanks for sharing a bit about yourself with us. I got your message. I really love your comments here and hope to hear more from you in other places....
     
  3. WildHoney

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    HI,

    I always enjoy your posts too. You seem like you understand personal relationships pretty well. Congrats on your 1000 posts, I enjoyed learning a little about you.

    :smile:
    Honey
     
  4. invisibleman

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    What does an invisibleman like?

    Well I like a lot of things. If you think that because I belong on LPSG that I like big dicks and that I am a size queen. Well, I am a gay man. I like dicks. No matter what size. I will not give you a hard time over your dick.

    I like movie soundtrack/film score music. I really dig the soundtracks from the movies: Monster's Ball, Mysterious Skin, The Matrix Trilogy, Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, Kill Bill, Brokeback Mountain, and Cool World.

    I do have a code of ethics when it comes to men: 1) I don't mess with guys who are straight. Especially ones with wife and kids. 2) I respect consensuality in sexual partners meaning that if I hook up with you as a gay or bisexual man that it will be on the premise that we both want sex. 3) (I DON'T MESS AROUND WITH KIDS!!!!!)

    I like all kinds of movies. I am a major movie goer and renter.

    I like playing guitar, bass, and keyboards. Writing songs and theme music.

    I read and write my own erotic poetry and stories.

    I like to cook. I just recently bought a wok. I am going to learn how to do Thai style cooking. I don't like sushi and sashimi though (even though, it is supposedly healthy for you.). Pan-Asian cuisine is soooo good.
    I can fry turkeys. I do it for my immediate family around Thanksgiving and Christmas. (But next year, those fuckers are on their own.)

    What does invisibleman like in a potential guy? I like a down-to-earth, tell- it-like-it-is kinda guy. I like guys who are gay or bisexual. I don't really dig alpha males that much. I would like guys to be drug and smoke free. Like I have expressed before--the dick size is a non issue. I like to see vulnerability. Men like to disguise vulnerability. Some see vulnerability as weakeness. I see it as strength. Please be clean and smell nice. Be yourself. (All of these things are subject to change though with time).

    Things I find sexy on a guy: I like the facial hair stubble. Beards. Prominent jawlines. Moustaches are okay. I like cleft chins. The male form. I really like calf muscles on men's legs. I like short to medium height guys. If you are tall and sexy, I won't hate. Body hair is cool by me.
    If you happen to be straight and you have sexy qualities I find attractive, I will look but I will not touch you. So, don't be intimidated by my ogling. I am respectful of your sexuality. (I am invisible not blind--there's a distinction.)

    I like the following celebrities' looks: Matt Damon. Ben Affleck. Gregory Keith. Michael C. Hall. Matt McColm. David Kilde. Daniel Bernhardt. Will Patton. Ed Harris. Hugh Jackman. David Roberts. Alec Baldwin. (And maybe many others.)

    End of the likes--for now. Hehehe.
     
  5. invisibleman

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    Thanks, Naughty.
    I thought that people would like to know some things about me. Yeah, people at LPSG just know me from the posts. (no pun intended). I thought that I would make my one thousand post special and make it a thread about moi and my many colors of invisibility. (Kinda like the Color of Water, eh?) Hehehe.

     
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    Hon--

    You are sooo welcome. If I were in Brisbane, I would take you to McDonalds (because that is where I will be eating after paying for a ticket to fly a Qantas down to land down under :smile: ) and buy you an EL Maco or a Thai Chicken Wrap and a cup of coffee and danish. Then I would try to attempt being Bogan and try to effect Bogan accents or the refined Australian newsperson Australian accent. (Yeah--I know Australians don't put shrimp on the barbecue. Grilling shrimp can toughen it up texture wise. "Shrimp on the Barbie" was coined by Paul Hogan in Crocodile Dundee.) Hehehe.

    I think that all three Australian accents are cool.

    :smile:

    The best lesson about learning about people and personal relationships is observation and listening to people. It helps to develop an affinity towards people. You can learn a lot about people through their anger. Anger is a frustration. To deescalate hate, you have to ask people why they are angry. Anger is a frustration that needs to be expressed but isn't. When you open the channels for communication, you allow people to fully express themselves. When people are able to fully express themselves, people are less angry.
     
  7. Matthew

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    We see you, baby. :wink:

    Invisibleman, thanks for being a consistent source of fun on this board. You are never afraid to be yourself, and you never let the haters get you down. I raise a glass of Purple Passion to toast you!
     
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    Congratulations on your 1,000th post IM. I would have started a similar thread but the fates (aka my dodgy on and off Internet service) stopped me from doing so. I enjoy your posts and look forward to more of them.:smile:

    lol dreamer20
     
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    Invisible...I'm intrigued by your avatar - can you reveal the meaning or is it too "shocking?":smile:
     
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    1000 Posts Damn!!.. Think I Have 3 Under My Belt Now.. Congrats.. Sounds Like You Also Know Yourself Pretty Well...
     
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    Hey, do they STILL make *Purple Passion?!!! I liked that soda when I was a kid. Yummy. *( It was a Grape and Boysenberry soda.)

    Thanks Matt--I really appreciate the much kind words. I really do.
     
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    I just thought that the picture was cool: a blown socket.

    I will change it up though. I like very interesting pictures.
     
  13. Sergeant_Torpedo

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    Invisible - thank you for your insightful postings. Your current one being cogent and opaque rather than invisible. I am in no way an adversary but while your qualities are commentable indeed I do detect a very "gay" judgemental attitude of others that is implicit is some of your observations, I am not A US citizen so unfamiliar with the priviliges you have enjoyed in this society. I do not want this friendly message to be didactic but think if you were perhaps more accepting of others limitations and yes prejudices (never met anyone without them) then you would be more at ease. life is rarely perfect, though commercialism would have us belive it is avaialbale at a price, and I have to take issue with you when you seem to think you have moral superiority in not having children. Str8 men make that scarifice financilaly and reap rewards from it. It is difficult at times, but that is your choice and should not be a sat on your CV. I like your postings. Life, relationships are a struggle for us all so please do not alienate yourself. Be yourself and then you know tose who befirend you are genuine real people and not the sad fakes who try to mimick a media life. Sincere good lick. Hope to read you more in here.
     
  14. invisibleman

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    Commentary to Sgt. Torpedo's posting...
    Invisible - thank you for your insightful postings. Your current one being cogent and opaque rather than invisible. I am in no way an adversary but while your qualities are commentable indeed I do detect a very "gay" judgemental attitude of others that is implicit is some of your observations
    Unsure about the gay judgmental attitude of others, though. I will look over what I have written. I may write from my perspective based on what others have written. People are always free to do what they choose regardless of what I write or think. Words from an invisibleman--just another facet on collective truths.
    , I am not A US citizen so unfamiliar with the priviliges you have enjoyed in this society. I do not want this friendly message to be didactic but think if you were perhaps more accepting of others limitations and yes prejudices (never met anyone without them)
    I agree with that. I will argue otherwise if a limitation or prejudice is directed towards me though. I am not limiting people. then you would be more at ease. life is rarely perfect, though commercialism would have us belive it is avaialbale at a price, and I have to take issue with you when you seem to think you have moral superiority in not having children.
    Moral superiority? I dunno about that. I am not morally superior to anyone. I just said that I didn't have any kids. I didn't sire any kids. Never take issue with someone who doesn't want or doesn't have kids. Str8 men make that scarifice financilaly and reap rewards from it. It is difficult at times, but that is your choice and should not be a sat on your CV.
    Believe me when I say that my immediate family will have children to carry on the family name. Oh, I know that [some not all] str8 men and women make a big sacrifices financially and have benefits from children. If you felt that my revealing to you that I didn't have kids was "a sat on a CV", then that's how I must've come across to you. I was stating a fact in my life not a moral judgment. I am not Christian. I don't proselytize any religion. I am not a fundamentalist.
    I like your postings. Life, relationships are a struggle for us all so please do not alienate yourself.

    I agree.
    Be yourself and then you know tose who befirend you are genuine real people and not the sad fakes who try to mimick a media life. Sincere good lick. Hope to read you more in here.

    I will be myself. That is a given. Hehehe. Thanks for the great advice and insight. You will read more about me.
    --Invisibleman,
    your supreme leader...:smile:
    Hehehe.
     
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    Love ya, visi. Love your insights and love your posts. I dig seeing your commentary here always, and the response just above this post is one of your best.

    Congratulations on the 1000!
     
  16. Mr. Snakey

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    Congrats! Keep posting................:cool:
     
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    Congratulations, Invisibleman.
    I always enjoy your posts, with their odd mix of calmly expressed feeling and dispassion.
    Judgmental? Only very rarely, if at all. And never as a crusade ... just as a manner of expressing one more corner of your being. Fair enough, to me.
    Rock on, visi.:cool:
     
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