It was also in the time before everyone had a mobile phone with a camera attached, before the internet and Facebook and a culture where everyone simply has to post every photo of every party they attend.
Although there was the National Enquirer and Star (then a true tabloid and not a celeb-photo book), there was no TMZ or Radar, no Perez Hilton or any of today’s myriad of pay-for-play gossip sites. banal and reductive celeb editorialisations in the “straight” media.
By the time I was 15 I had struggled through the challenge of my peers thinking I was a “theatre fag” because I wanted to be an actor and finally found my first serious girlfriend.
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In his magazine, the Playboy interview was the most insightful, dangerous, prestigious and coveted profile in all media, so there was a patina of intellectual exclusiveness almost as strong as the sexual undercurrent associated with Hef’s gatherings.Did you know that free Tacoma dating is a few clicks away?Find love and romance in Tacoma at matchmaker today!The net effect was this: We were more innocent and trusting, and there was actually some privacy and decorum, but with plenty of room to get wild, if the opportunity arose.It was also before the two events that irreparably damaged one of the great bastions of the sexual revolution, the Playboy Mansion.Of all the “personal discovery” journeys I’ve been on, this one was clearly the most fun.