I love getting comments from readers. I know lots of straight guys follow and read, but it's a rare occasion when one leaves a comment. Straight dudes: I really appreciate hearing from you because you confirm many of the things I've written about when it comes to enjoying some buddy activity. Like the one who left a comment last week saying how common it is for guys at his gym to jack off together in the showers and saunas.
But, then I get an email from a straight dude and I'm at a loss as to how to answer him. Maybe you, my Faithful Readers, can help.
I’ve been divorced for close to five years now and during that time always wanted to ask him if he’d be willing to pick up the college days but I never approached him. His wife passed away recently - quite unexpectedly. Of course, I rushed to be with him and his kids, to offer what comfort I could.
That night after his kids had gone to bed I hugged him as I went to go home. He held onto me so tight I could barely breathe. I rocked him as he sobbed into my shoulder, I whispered how sorry I was, that I loved him and he could count on me for anything he needed. Well, he thanked me, nuzzled and kissed my neck. Before I knew it we were locked in an embrace, and I felt him get hard and press against my leg. Of course, I was hard as a rock, but I was surprised. Because, all the while he’s clinging to me, he’s grinding his crotch against me. Long story, short: it turned into an urgent, passionate, almost desperate session of sex. Right there in the family room. Things we’d never done before, like rubbing our erections together, and sucking one another’s cock. After we both came, he held onto me like his life depended on it.
But here’s the problem. Over the next few days, even though I served as pall bearer at the funeral, he would barely look at me, and spoke maybe 10 words to me. It’s been almost two months and he hasn’t talked to me since. He doesn’t return my calls or text messages. I’m confused and, frankly, heartbroken.
What is his deal? How can I get my friend back?"
Well, my Faithful Readers,
what advice can you offer?