I first visited a gay sauna 25 years ago and have done so about once every six weeks since. Only adults are admitted; all that happens is by mutual consent; no one is exploited; common courtesy and consideration for others are the unwritten rules that are generally observed. Though I have always enjoyed nudity, I used to think of my body as unattractive. For years I disliked my given name. I have made a point of telling it to those I have met in the sauna; hearing it repeated with tenderness and passion has taught me to love it.
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Getting hit in the nuts is a one-of-a-kind pain. There's nothing quite like it. It doesn't set in right away, so when you've been hit, or think you've been hit, there's a moment when you wonder if you'll feel it at all. Then, the minute you think you've gotten away with it, the pain comes rushing in all at once, like the wave of intoxication from back-to-back-to-back shots of whiskey. Also like shots of whiskey, it hits you physically, sinks into you internally and settles deep, deep into your soul. That's how I would describe it, anyway.
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As boys growing up in the Bronx, Mike and his twin brother — the late, equally great film and video artist George — — loved to spend their weekends at the movies, watching everything from newsreels to B films to blockbusters, their young minds roused by all the thrills that Hollywood had to offer: romance, drama, action, science fiction, terror, suspense. In high school, the brothers studied commercial illustration at the School of Art and Design in Manhattan. After finishing his degree, Mike supported himself retouching fashion photographs for the likes of the New York Times and Vogue , but in the off-hours he and George pursued their shared passion for film, each writing and directing his very own lo-fi genre pieces — seedy, hilarious takes on the cheapest Hollywood epics. The Kuchars shot most of their pictures in and around the Bronx, recruiting friends and neighbors to join their stable of stars.
I love science, me. Without it we'd never have been able to comprehend what at one point were life's great mysteries. From Newton's theory of gravity to the splitting of the atom, throughout history scientists have pushed the boundaries of human consciousness and experience, enabling us to learn more about this thing we call existence. For whatever questions we have - great or small - it is there to provide an answer. And those questions just keep coming.