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Derek #2 NYC Pimples or Steriods - You Decide


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Guest Fin Fang Foom

This morning, I was greeted with a negative review of Derek #2 NYC. To save all of you time, I will copy it here...........

 

Experience:

 

checked him out on rentboy and his own sight. set up an apointment at his location,which is adequate but not elegant. he lives up to his description,but he neglects to mention how bad his skin is,mostly on his body-lots of active zits and pockmarks-very unappetizing-almost bad enough to deflate any hardon!given that, all i wanted was to get off and out asap! which i did! this guy needs better hygiene and then he'd be hot

 

Since I haven't met this lad, I can't say for certain, but my guess is that his "hygiene" problems come not from not bathing but rather steroids. If anyone thinks all these muscles boys who trot up and down 8th Avenue in NYC have natural bodies, they're sorely mistaken. These boys live by the motto: "Better living through chemistry."

 

Pharmaceutically yours,

 

FFF

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I might have made the same comment in a different way:

"Giving the escort the benefit of the doubt, pimples and

pockmarks *could* be due to steriod use rather than just bad

hygiene".

 

I might have made this comment if I felt the escort were

deserving of further ocnsideration beyond the one negative and

one positive review.

 

It seems like Foon will give us some clue to his thinking in a more artful way, and I eagerly await that ...

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Guest cp8036

Perhaps the guy has good skin, and doesn't use steriods. I found the review to be unnecessarily evil. There may be some motive behind the comments.

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Bad, bad boy F cubed. You're being sent to the corner without any supper. Unless you remember that all comments made on this board must be verified by the fact checkers at The New Yorker, researched by the Library of Congress, sheppardized by Davis Polk and run by Michael Ovitz (who has lots more spare time these days), YOU CANNOT POST THEM. AND PLEASE, NO LEVITY. WE'RE SERIOUS ABOUT OUR SEX FOR PAY HERE.

 

Later.

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Guest Coach 2000

Had an encounter with this young man...he performed xceptionally well...but, had very damaged skin...esp. on his back. I thought maybe he just needed some sunshine.

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Guest Wildcats

FFF's comment is very unfair to the person. Although steroids can result in acnes, there are people who really are prone to developing not just facial acnes. You were not there to physically observe him and inquire if he's been having frequent acnes since his adolescent years. It's a common belief that only teenagers suffer from acne, and that once a teen becomes a twenty-something, the embarrassing spots will fade away and leave a clear complexion in their wake. The number of men (and women) who struggle with acne well into their 20s and 30s is huge. In fact, a study published in the October 1999 issue of the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology found that of 749 adults between the ages of 25 and 58, 54% of women and 40% of men suffered from some form of acne. What's more, the prevalence of adult acne in both sexes did not decrease substantially until after the age of 44. That acne is a teenager's disease is just one of the misconceptions associated with the condition. Another misconception is that dirt and oil on the skin cause acne.

For the sake of the poor guy, FFF has to be punished and banished to Derek #2's place, to nurse him, daily soak his body, apply the advised creams and make sure he takes his antibiotics. Then give us your official review.

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Guest Wildcats

Lest we make this a Medical Bulletin Board, it suffices to say that Accutane, which is a prescription only medication, is reserved for patients with severe cystic acne that is non-responsive to other treatments. However, dermatologists must perform a number of blood tests before administering Accutane, and women (and I mean real chromosome 46XX) should not get pregnant while taking it because of the excessive risk of severe birth defects and spontaneous abortion associated with fetal exposure to the drug. Other dangerous side effects of retinoids may include corneal opacities, decreased night vision, inflammatory bowel disease, and hepatitis. WARNING: Several members of the U.S.Congress have raised concerns about the recent reports of Accutane’s possible link to severe psychiatric side effects.

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Guest Fin Fang Foom

Ladies! My my my! Several of you need a cyber-high colonic.

 

It gets harder and harder to make a point or observation on these message boards without some of you reacting like Jesse Jackson at a KKK fundraiser.

 

I feel as those the English language is not sufficient anymore to make a point. Next time, I may incorporate interpretive dance.

 

My point was, that based upon the guy's PHYSIQUE, the LOGICAL reason for his acne was steroids and not poor hygiene. In Manhattan, steroids (or other growth hormones) are used by most guys with built bodies and the way you can tell that is that they have acne on their backs, shoulders and often arms.

 

I was not trying to be (gasp!) judgmental! If anything, I was coming to his defense to offer an alternative reason for the acne. Personally, I found the reviewer's naivete amusing.

 

Clarifyingly yours,

 

FFF

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>I was not trying to be (gasp!) judgmental! If anything,

>I was coming to his defense to offer an alternative reason

>for the acne. Personally, I found the reviewer's naivete amusing.

 

Of course, you didn't say *any* of that in your original post. ;-)

 

You just pointed an accusatory finger and pulled the trigger. The English language is a perfectly acceptable form of communication when you communicate whole thoughts.

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Guest spendlove

If you want to make this a medical bulletin board, please put your posts in a context that allows people to evaluate them fairly. If one looks up many of the most widely prescribed medications (such as Prozac, Xanax and Tagamet, to name a few)in the Physicians' Desk Reference, one will find so many serious side effects listed for each that one will be at a loss to understand how the FDA could possibly permit them on the market.

 

The answer is that as in the case of Accutane the more serious side effects have been documented in only a small percentage of patients who use them. I know many men with serious acne persisting for many years past puberty who saw their problem vanish in a matter of weeks after beginning a course of treatment with Accutane. As for pregnant women, I think the chances that such a person will read this message board are about the same as the chances that Pat Roberston is reading it.

 

Like any other prescription drug it cannot and should not be taken other than with the consent and under the supervision of a physician. To frighten people away from it by listing side effects that rarely occur is very irresponsible, however. Please find some other method of showing us how clever you are.

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Guest Charon

I think this post is an inkblot test post for people's thoughts on steroids. I detect no judgement in the post, but then I don't care about this issue. Others clearly think that steroid use a repulsive thing, therefore any suggestion that someone might do so is highly insulting. The reactions say more about the reader than the poster I think.

 

And if we all only commented on things with which we were familiar, then this would become a boring place very quickly...

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RE: Derek Jeter or Alex Rodriguez - You Decide

 

Well, it ain't boring usually, just bitchy. Yeah, Foom can be very funny and has some unique observations, maybe twisted is sometimes the word. But he does like to goad, and so do I. Hopefully it is seen as in good fun...

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