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The tragedy here, and there is a tragedy, is the absurd price these two kids are going to have to pay for their thoughtless indiscretion. My guess would be that they thought it would be a bit of crazy fun and that they could also make a few bucks.

 

It is virtually certain that they will be thrown off the University of Nebraska wrestling team. Nowadays kids are frequently required, by schools, to sign a statement that they will NOT behave in anyway that might bring discredit to their school and team and if they do they may be forced to forfeit any athletic grand they have as well a be dismissed from the team. Believe me the university administration and coaching staff will believe these photographs qualify for BOTH OF THE ABOVE. The University will, however, have an extremely difficult time dismissing them from school. The Amateur Athletic Union will most likely follow suit and ban the two boys from future A.A.U. competition.

 

These photographs will undoubtedly haunt these kids when it comes to future occupation selection. They are also likely to have an extremely bad time from family and friends.

 

I sincerely hope that they SERIOUSLY considered and understood the possible consequences of their participating in these photo shoots, however, having worked with kids their ages for many years I DOUBT IT. My guess is that these two kids are seriously F—KED and as far as I’m concerned it’s too damn bad.

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Well, Epigonos, if it wasn't for us dirty old men always wanting a fresh face, there wouldn't be a market for these poor lads.

 

Same thing with drugs. People here are snorting their eyes out and we blame the Mexicans.

 

On the other hand, do you think these kids really are so naive in today's world not to know what they were doing?

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YES. Kids today are not all that different from kids in the past. The one thing they always seem to neglect doing is consider the consequences of their action PRIOR to iniciating those actions. It's dumb I know BUT I'm convinced it's part and parcel of being a kid yesterday, today, and probably tomorrow.

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I have some direct knowledge of the situation. The guys actually do not mind the publicity. They are concerned about wrestling again.

 

The rules do not prohibit them from posing nude. Where it gets tricky is maintaining their amateur status. They posed nude to endorse / sell something and that is the issue at hand.

 

The people at Fratmen.TV are very honorable and have painstakingly been contacting sites asking them to remove the info till this all gets sorted out.

 

But be assured at this point anyway the boys are doing well.

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I think the word tragedy is a little overused here and elsewhere. A tragedy really must involve a death of some kind. It would be a "tragedy" if someone died. It's not a "tragedy" because something like this could affect their future lives.

 

We often overuse words today like "tragedy" and "holocaust" when we really mean something else.

 

Matthew Shephard's death was a tragedy -- this is just a minor annoyance.

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this issue is a good bit interesting to follow....I think some of us are fascinated because we're seeing real people who lead real lives connected to the mystery, fantasy guys of the porn world.....

 

ryan: I hope you'll keep us up to date as far as you can....don't know how connected you are...

 

I agree this isn't a "tragedy"....as ryan said, these guys' day-to-day world is more concerned with staying on the wrestling team, keeping that scholarship, etc...their friends are probably only giving them good-natured shit about the shoot because they all know each other and whether they're gay or straight already...can't really tell, tho....family may be shocked, laughing, or somewhere in between....

 

"hey, how much were you paid?"...."christ, they made your dick look huge!"..."that's so GAY, dude"...."how can I get in on that action?"...

 

I really hope the decision by officials, if any, is just and appropriate

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doctordoctor my guess is that the chance of these two boys remaining on the University of Nebraska wrestling team are slight and none. The University of Nebraska, the Big-12-Conference, and the NCAA are NOT going to look kindly on these kids entry into the world of soft porn. I sometimes think that those of us involved in the worlds of porn and escorting often have a rather naive understanding of just how Middle America and the amateur athletic world feel about these two areas. Most major collegiate athletic conferences, the NCAA and the AAU are dominate by ageing males from the religiously conservative mid west and south NOT the more liberal eastern and western seaboards. They will not find these photographs amusing or examples of innocent fun. They will be, or will at least feign, shock and disgust and will do everything within their power to “protect” their other wrestlers from these two “disgusting degenerates”. They may not say it that strongly in public BUT they will certainly say it that strongly or even more crudely in private. Their public attitude will likely be speak softly and quietly eliminate the problem (kids) by using the fine print in their athletic grant agreements and university, conference and NCAA morality clauses. I HOPE I AM WRONG BUT I DOUBT IT.

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Guest ryan2552

>If ariadne1880's take on the AP story is correct all I can

>say is I was afraid from the beginning this is what would

>happen. In areas like this University, Conference and NCAA

>officials don't have an understanding of a forgiving bone in

>their bodies.

 

Yes you were correct. They have been dismissed. Here is one of the articles with a few photos. http://www.ricoreporthq.com/

 

Needless to say all the guys wanted to do was maintain their wrestling and college status. A few interesting quotes in the article about the generation gap from the owner of Fratmen.

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the interesting thing to me is this notion that they were dismissed because they were paid for the use of their images in commercial enterprise. Like no other college athletes or sports teams are featured in advertising. But I suppose the difference is that they just don't get paid for it. It seems dumb that college athletes may never be paid for any sort of modeling, period. I don't quite get why not. They could work a part time job waiting tables, or in an office but not be seen?

 

Of course there guys were not identified by their real names. Nor was their attendance at Nebraska ever mentioned.

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There may be some hypocrisy, but posing for an art class is *not the same as posing for a commercial porn site. The hypocrisy would be if they were treated different if it were a hetero porn site, I think.

 

(I'm NOT saying that what happened was 'right' but I htink yuo analogy is a bit off.)

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