Gay parties are different in San Francisco than they were in West Hollywood: dinner is out at a restaurant, not at someone's apartment, and there are no celebrity dating stories: there's no actor colony here, so most guys don't have any opportunity to meet celebrities.
But this is my birthday, so I have to tell the story of my date with Michael J. Fox.
David and Corbin, the gym rat with the Mortadella+, counter with our four-way with Brad Pitt.
Not to be left out, Drake the Teddy Bear artist tells us "When I was a kid, I hooked up with Tony Curtis."
Tony Curtis, the famous actor who went in drag for Some Like It Hot (1959) and had a gay-subtext scene in Spartacus (1960)? . He's had five wives and six children, but how could anyone straight fill so many of his film roles with so many gay subtexts?
Hollywood, November 1955
Drake's father was Georges Bruggeman (1904-1967), an actor and stuntman who appeared in over 200 movies stretching from the 1920s to the 1960s, including such classics as The Wizard of Oz (1939), Rio Bravo (1959), Spartacus (1960), and The Graduate (1967). A bodybuilder, a winner of the AAU "Most Perfect Body" title in 1928, he doubled for beefcake stars like Buster Crabbe, Johnny Weissmuller, and Richard Green.
"Forget Tony Curtis!" David exclaims. "Did you ever see your Dad naked?"
The full story, with nude photos and explicit sexual content is on Tales of West Hollywood