Yuri has broken up with Michael, and is no longer living in Soho, the West Hollywood of London. Instead, he's in Vauxhall, the South of Market of London, a funky neighborhood of leather bars, tattoo parlors, and dive restaurants. Fun.
Tonight he invites a bear couple in their 50s and two single guys in their 20s over for dinner, conversation, entertainment, and, hopefully sharing. The conversation begins with tales of gigantic penises and celebrity hookups (Prince Harry appears in both categories).
Then, oddly, Yuri suggests coming out stories.
I tell about going to see the movie Grease in the summer of 1978: "We stop the fight right now, we got to be who we are."
One of the bears tells about finding a stash of straight porn magazines, around 1975, and zeroing in on the men.
The other bear tells about listening to David Cassidy sing "I Think I Love You" on The Partridge Family in 1971.
We're about to move on to other topics, when Shawn, age 28, says "I can top that. I had no idea until I was gay until just after my seventeenth birthday, when I had a three-way with my best mate and my uncle."
The rest of the story, with nude photos and sexual situations, is on Tales of West Hollywood