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Anger times infinity

OK, smoke is still burning out of my fucking ears, but at least I have resisted shaking him down and single tailing his balls for the time being.

So, the fucker writes about almost everything I told him in the van ride down. I'm gonna need to remember to wash the passenger side seat.

I feel so betrayed right now. But,I don't feel guilt. I did what anyone experienced in the scene would do. I welcomed a newbie. I know I'm not at blame here. No, instead, all I feel is seething, furious, intense rage. I had no idea he was an undercover reporter. But now that I know, I'm gonna nail his fucking balls to the wall.

Already called my friends at the NCSF. Next steps will be figured out soon.

And god damn it! If you're gonna write about what a sick fuck I am, at least get my kinks right!!! ARGH!!!!

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panther
Jun. 16th, 2003 08:37 pm (UTC)
ok, now I need to know....what is that about?
deafdyke
Jun. 16th, 2003 08:46 pm (UTC)
what?!
someone pretended to be new to the community just to get a story from you? Did he mention specifics about you (job, etc.) in an article? I'd flat-out sue the bastard AND his (toilet) paper.

Yanno, you always go to college events and panels and workshops; you probably would have talked to him if he'd been honest, and so would a lot of others. What a shitter.

At least tell me where to send angry letters....
boymeat
Jun. 16th, 2003 08:48 pm (UTC)
Re: what?!
As soon as I talk with the folks at NCSF, I'm sure a plan will be made.
panther
Jun. 16th, 2003 08:58 pm (UTC)
Just read the article.

Manflesh? oh jeez. He isn't even creative. Let me know what NCSF says, I'll happily help.
ppkt
Jun. 16th, 2003 09:22 pm (UTC)
ARRGH!!!
Unbelievable!
Ya know I understand investigative reporting. I understand freedom of the press. But I wonder if this reporter and his rag realize that their actions may well have damaged Leather Camp's future? How many people won't go in the future because of the fear of publicity? How many people took time off of work to go to this, and now are outed at work? How many people went away for the week to HONESTLY explore their kinks and now have to explain to their spouse where they were (it wouldn't take a lot to put 2&2 together).

Please keep us informed about what NCSF says.

Viktor
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deafdyke
Jun. 16th, 2003 10:23 pm (UTC)
outing
Nobody was "outed" by name. It did show how easy it could be to do so, though. Scary thought in these times.

Had the article been in any way enlightening and informative, I'd still be angry, but less so. But it wasn't: it was crude, satirical, and mocking in tone. The only thing the guy did accurately was show just how nice people are, how generous and caring Boymeat is, and how much thought is given to safety and respect, which makes the deception that much more painful. Too bad none of these qualities rubbed off on the writer.


volund
Jun. 17th, 2003 04:08 am (UTC)
I'm glad you don't feel guilt, and you probably don't need yet another of your friends telling you that you behaved in an exemplary fashion.

I read the 2 installments that have so far been posted. Another infuriating thing that you haven't mentioned yet is that in this asshole's account he seems quite aware of how inappropriate his "undercover work" is, referring to himself as a paparazzo and going furtive when he realizes that his note-taking stands out.

This guy Stoddard is a real piece of work.

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