So, in an attempt to cure my loneliness, I did something I haven’t done in quite a while: went back to the Dallas Eagle to see if there were any like-minded, kinky people there. Damn, I miss the old Eagle. The new one has so few leathermen, and the ones who actually deigned to wear leather are just generally not attractive to me. The bus boys were cute, but I personally think it’s rude to hit on employees. It strikes me that it puts them in an awkward position of having to say “no” to a customer, and I don’t think that’s really fair.
Anyway, the night wasn’t completely wasted; I did catch up with some folks from a Leather group I used to attend and got some highlights on how the group has changed over the last decade (damn, it’s been a long time!). It’s good to know the group is still there, even if I’m not attending it.
I do hope that in the future, I’ll read this and remind myself why I don’t go there anymore, though. Frankly, though, I’m frustrated. I’ve read a bunch of articles on where to meet people, and I can’t really find any that are relevant. Rather than scratching them off one-by-one, I’ll summarize it to this: I don’t want to join a group just to meet people when I have no actual interest in what the group does, and I can’t find any interesting groups anywhere near me. So…I’m stuck for now.
In other news, I am going to be meeting a Leather person this evening. We met online and have been chatting back and forth. I believe his will be the first house I’ve been to where he has a live-in, full-time slave working for him, so it will be very interesting (from a mostly academic standpoint) to see how that works in real life. For most of us, it’s just a fantasy.