Sex puppies for the holidays

(Talk of men’s bodies and mansex in very plain language, so not for kids or the sexually modest.)

Two holidays and anniversaries: yesterday, today, and tomorrow, the Labor Day weekend in the US (the unofficial end of summer, made dreadful this year in the Bay Area by relentless all-time record-breaking heat; today in Palo Alto is merely predicted to roughly tie the all-time record, which means that it’s billed as MUCH COOLER than yesterday); and then on Wednesday, my birthday, #77, bringing images of Ed “Kookie” Harris snapping his fingers on the Sunset Strip and of the rainbow element, atomic number 77, the metal iridium (named for Iris, the goddess of the rainbow).

So, yesterday, along with the escapist pleasures of binge-watching police procedural tv from several continents, my customary weekend gay porn break (a tonic for both body and soul). Specifically TitanMen’s Closed Set: Titan Stage One (from 2006), which I turned to because of a Falcon Studio Labor Day porn sale ad, with an actor in it who reminded me of sex puppy Cole Ryan (who figures prominently in Closed Set).

Yes, my mind takes many twisty turns.

The Falcon ad, which is just barely not visually X-rated (it’s clear what’s going on, but no banned bodyparts are visible):

(#1) Workin’ it

The top is Sebastian Kross, identifiable from his tattoo. The bottom isn’t Cole Ryan, but a pornstar similar to him, though more muscular, possibly JJ Knight.

In any case, this ad reminded me of the Cole Ryan of Arcade on Route 9, which I wrote about on 1/28/17 in a posting on the porn director Joe Gage — with two images, #6 the DVD cover for Arcade, showing Alex Brawley and Ryan, and #8 showing Ryan dropping his jeans to display his ass.

An AZBlogX posting today on Ryan starts with the standard body-display shots (front in #1, rear in #2). Ryan is a lean swimmer-type, with a nicely furry body and a dick that suits his body well. He smiles sweetly a lot and is said (by interviewers ten years ago) to be amiable and sweet, genuinely modest, even shy.

Counterparts to these X-rated images:

(#2) Boyish charm and a cock tease shot from Arcade


Not a lot of biographical information. The writeup from a directory of pornstars:

Cole Ryan famously got into gay porn because, he claimed, it was the only way to get sex with men and lose his virginity!

[In an interview (entitled “Virgin”) in Closed Set, Ryan’s character says that he’s never had sex with anyone. What Ryan the actor says in his entry on the Titan site is much more carefully phrased: “The first time I had anal sex was on the set of my first TitanMen movie.’ He also says that he likes to be dominated by older guys, as his Arcade character is, quite strikingly.]

Signed originally as a Titan exclusive in his mid 20s [IMDb says he was born 4/1/81. so he was 24 or 25 when he started porn work in 2006], this hairy boy has since gone on to work for other leading studios as a top and bottom. A college graduate and long-time resident of Seattle, Washington State, he’s also worked as a computer programmer. Born under the sign of Aries, he stands about 5ft 9ins tall, has a 7-inch cut cock and made his XXX movie debut in 2006.

Apparently he went through college, spent some time working, then went into porn — for two blazing years, 2006 and 2007, after which he pretty much disappeared.

The remaining images from the AZBlogX posting:

#4 looking sleazy in Michael Lucas’s La Dolce Vita (2006)

#5 more sleaze: Ryan getting spit-roasted by Alex Chandler and Anton Harri

#6 meeting cute with Troy Moore in Closed Set

#6 is doubly cute: there’s the two men’s dicks in sweet cockversation, and there’s their facial expressions, here:


Front and back covers of the DVD:



(Again, flirting with the banned-bodyparts boundaries.)

The flick is framed as a documentary about making porn: there are interviews with the actors about their performances, and cameramen (who themselves become participants in the sexual action) are shown filming these performances. That is, there were Titan cameramen shooting footage of cameramen ostensibly shooting footage of the action on a porn set.

On towards 77. Well, there’s 77 Sunset Strip, the tv show named after the address of the private detective agency in it:


And 77 as the product of lucky numbers 7 and 11, as in the fixed expression from craps, 7 come 11.

And 77 as the sum of the first eight prime numbers: 2 + 3 + 5 + 7 + 11 + 13 + 17 + 19.

And — gay gold! — 77 as the atomic number of iridium:

(#8) Iridium in pink

Iridium is a chemical element with symbol Ir and atomic number 77. A very hard, brittle, silvery-white transition metal of the platinum group, iridium is generally credited with being the second densest element (after osmium). It is also the most corrosion-resistant metal

… Smithson Tennant, the primary discoverer, named iridium for the Greek goddess Iris, personification of the rainbow, because of the striking and diverse colors of its salts. Iridium is one of the rarest elements in Earth’s crust (Wikipedia link)

So if you love a sex puppy (like Cole Ryan), or if you’re a sex puppy in love, get your guy lots of rainbow stuff, and an iridium ring:

(#8) Pure iridium ring

And take him to the Iridium for some jazz:


The Iridium Jazz Club is a jazz club located on Broadway in New York City [now at 1650 Broadway, at 51st]. The club hosts weekly performances by John Colianni, and also featured weekly performances by Les Paul for nearly fifteen years.  (Wikipedia link)

Iridium: harder and rarer than titanium, platinum, and palladium!

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