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Sawatdee and welcome to the new and improved Bangkokbois Gay Thailand Blog! Okay, so it’s not necessarily improved, just hosted on a new site and tinkered with a bit. And it’s not just about Thailand, though that still is the main focus. And it’s not all gay either, unless you’re not and then you’ll think it’s pretty damn gay I’m sure. All of the penis might tip you off. Which means if you are not of the required legal age to be looking at penis other than your own, you should leave. And go tell your parental units they suck at their job. For everyone else, enter at your own risk.

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Gots To Go. Really.

Gots To Go. Really.

The one word in English my friend Noom never stumbles over is ‘toilet’. Which is a good thing. ‘Cuz he has the bladder of a Chihuahua. It’s that, or like any other breed of dog in the world, he just can’t resist marking his spot wherever we go. At first I thought it was that knowing most public restrooms have mirrors, he just couldn’t pass up on the opportunity of looking at himself once again. But even those rank little cubicles that qualify as a toilet in Thailand – or worse, those infamous bathroom buses they pull in instead of port-a-potties for large events – have an allure that he just can not resist. Making use of a public restroom whenever you pass one seems to be a Thai thing. I think the Land of Smiles got its name from the smiles of relief locals beam every time they step back out of a restroom. Which occurs frequently.

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Monk Shot! #69

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The Boys In The Bar: 08. Love Means Never Having To Say Your Story

The Boys In The Bar: 08. Love Means Never Having To Say Your Story

Wit hated Air Asia. Not that he’d ever been on a plane, much less one of the low cost carrier’s. But he was familiar enough with their record to know the plane would be late. Again. He was already anxious as it was. Seeing ‘DELAYED’ flash at him from the Arrivals board wasn’t helping matters. Paul, aka The Doctor, was on that plane. And Wit could barely contain himself at the idea of seeing him again.

Wit was used to the departures area at Suvarnabhumi, seeing a farang customer off was kinda the holy grail for a bar boy. First, you actually knew he was gone. And second, a few well placed tears always meant the farang would empty his pockets of left over baht and hand them your way. After getting taxi money for your return trip back into town from him, of course. He had a few repeat customers who always showed up at his bar on their first night in town, but none he’d ever been able to convince to agree to him meeting them when they arrived. So waiting for a familiar face to make its way out of customs was an unusual experience. Meeting a man who was not a customer was too.

It’d been two weeks since he’d met Paul. They’d texted, emailed, and once even skyped during their separation. Paul had told Wit more about himself, giving Wit the chance to get to know him better. And in return Wit had told Paul those things about himself he thought Paul wanted to hear. Few of which were true. No problemo. Truth was over-rated; it was one of those things that arrived in its own time. Kinda like Paul’s plane.

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The Boys In The Bar: 07. Something Familiar, Something Peculiar

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Muay Thai Live: The Hype Lives

If you’re at Asiatique, Bangkok’s newest tourist trap, the dozen or so almost naked guys on stage for your viewing pleasure may seem like pretty much any night spent on Soi Twilight, but those boys are not there to provide you with a happy ending. If you’re at Asiatique, Bangkok’s newest tourist trap, when fists begin to fly and some poor sucker ends up in a bloody heap, it may not be that you just witnessed the latest expat going mano y mano with the ferris wheel ride operator over the attraction’s dual price structure either. And if you’re at Asiatique, Bangkok’s newest tourist trap, and see Thailand totally trounce Burma again and again, you are either my friend Noom daydreaming about historical events that never were, or you just dropped 1,500 baht to take in the spectacular known as Muay Thai Live: The Legend Lives, aka Asiatique’s newest tourist trap within a tourist trap.

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Sex Break: Lifestyles Of The Rich And Famous Now Playing At A Theater Near You

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Eye Candy: Something To Celebrate

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The 2014 Commonwealth Games: Where Homophobia and Sports Meet On The World Stage

Back in February, you couldn’t Google the Sochi Olympics without the majority of results including some reference to gay rights. A month ago, the only mention gay issues got in World Cup coverage was that Mexico fans may or may have not shouted gay slurs at opposing team’s players. Today is the opening ceremonies for the Commonwealth Games, a sort of mini-Olympics for Great Britain and those nations that, historically, were once Britain’s bitch. And things don’t look good for the gays. There is some lip service being paid to gay rights by event organizers, but 42 of the 54 countries that are member states criminalize homosexuality. Including Uganda, a country that makes Russia look like a gay rights paradise. And Brunei where the sentence for engaging in homosexual activities is death by stoning. When it comes to human rights, the nations that make up the Commonwealth are not exactly up to gold medal standards.

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Helena spewing orange juice all over the table should have clued Chris in that a simple “Good Morning!” would have been a more appropriate greeting. I briefly considered suggesting that a bit of manscaping might be in order, but the look on Chris’ face told me he was not a happy camper. But evidently was a size queen. Chris had started his Thailand holiday swearing that the commercial sex scene was not part of his plan. He was too young and too not bad looking to pay for sex. And then proceeded to indulge in the procurement of a bar boy nightly while we were in Bangkok.

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First Timers Guide To Bangkok Gay Gogo Bars

For those of us who visit Thailand, and its bars, frequently, the entire process of a night out is pretty humdrum. We know what to expect. We don’t even think about the details. It’s all second nature to us. But what about the new guys? It’s not like outside of Thailand you’ll ever have an experience even close to that of visiting one of the gay gogo bars in Bangkok. While a first time visit is undoubtedly thrilling, it also can be a bit unnerving as the newbie hasn’t a clue as to how the whole thing works

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It Is Up To You

It Is Up To You

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