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Some weeks ago there was an ad that featured male model Kerry Degman standing naked in a shower with the caption "Where do you masterbeat?" and I thought it was the hottest shot since the last one I fell in love with.

http://www.ohlalamag.com/photos/uncategorized/2008/02/28/masterbeat28281.jpg

 

I finally got tired of looking at it, but today I discover that Kerry has his own blog, and guess what? Kerry likes looking at Kerry as much as I do! Tons of pictures of Kerry can be found at

kerrydegman.blogspot.com

 

http://bp0.blogger.com/_bYEE-K0aHQc/R_56WHGc3AI/AAAAAAAAMOk/7lV7AWQc8ow/s400/KERRY+DEGMAN6.jpg

 

(Try googling his images and you can spend the whole day at it!)

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I can't agree with you more on the hotness factor, though I am surprised as I thought your tastes skewed towards the east.

 

I've been lusting over that picture for a while now -- thanks for the suggestion for more ... Perhaps you remember the ad debuting at a Palm Springs event in the lobby of the Wyndham this past Passover?

 

Not sure if you just stop in to people watch ... that ad is especially hot two stories tall ;-)

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OK, here's a hypothetical question for you. Kerry has decided to try his hand at escorting, and asks a friend for advice on getting started. You're his first client, and he says he's a little bit nervous but he's willing to try anything. "Just put the money on the dresser", he says, "and hop in before I change my mind."

 

http://bp0.blogger.com/_bYEE-K0aHQc/R_56WHGc3AI/AAAAAAAAMOk/7lV7AWQc8ow/s400/KERRY+DEGMAN6.jpg

 

Do you:

...[/font color](a) Tell him "I never pay up front!", and walk out.

...[/font color](b) Put the money on the dresser and hop in bed.

...[/font color]© Hand him the keys to your new Mercedes.

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For Scott: People don't like these type posts but Scott, I am inrigued with your interjection of religious holidays in your posts. Are you offering any special deals during the high holy days?

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>For Scott: People don't like these type posts but Scott, I am

>inrigued with your interjection of religious holidays in your

>posts. Are you offering any special deals during the high

>holy days?

 

Calling Tom Isern! Time for a learned disquisition on the long and (at one time mostly) honorable tradition of temple prostitution? :-)

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Temple prostitution

 

This on temple prostitution from The Golden Bough:

 

"In Cyprus it appears that before marriage all women were formerly obliged by custom to prostitute themselves to strangers at the sanctuary of the goddess, whether she went by the name of Aphrodite, Astarte, or what not. Similar customs prevailed in many parts of Western Asia. Whatever its motive, the practice was clearly regarded, not as an orgy of lust, but as a solemn religious duty performed in the service of that great Mother Goddess of Western Asia whose name varied, while her type remained constant, from place to place. Thus at Babylon every woman, whether rich or poor, had once in her life to submit to the embraces of a stranger at the temple of Mylitta, that is, of Ishtar or Astarte, and to dedicate to the goddess the wages earned by this sanctified harlotry. The sacred precinct was crowded with women waiting to observe the custom. Some of them had to wait there for years. At Heliopolis or Baalbec in Syria, famous for the imposing grandeur of its ruined temples, the custom of the country required that every maiden should prostitute herself to a stranger at the temple of Astarte, and matrons as well as maids testified their devotion to the goddess in the same manner. The emperor Constantine abolished the custom, destroyed the temple, and built a church in its stead. In Phoenician temples women prostituted themselves for hire in the service of religion, believing that by this conduct they propitiated the goddess and won her favour."

 

...though more recent scholars have been at pains to note that temple-based ritual sex practiced as fertility rite etc. is not necessarily the same as paid sex work. Hair-splitters. :-)

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