The New Yorker’s Brokeback Mountain

Yesterday, Toby Joe and I received this week’s issue of the New Yorker. It didn’t compare to discovering Scarlett Johanson’s bare ass in our foyer on Valentine’s Day. But it gave us both a laugh.

I’m still trying to figure out who’d be the top and who’d be the bottom. While Jack Twist was the bottom in the original, he definitely instigated the whole thing. I’d say he was, what no one has ever called but I’m going to, an “Agressive Bottom”. I think Ennis Del Mar was a “Passive Top”.

I think Dick is more a top-top and Bush a bottom. But that’s not my final answer.

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  1. The phrase is ‘topping from the bottom’

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  2. I should have asked you before making this post. But you were sleeping and totally NOT having it. Next time, I’m going to wake you up and ask you about the politics of male on male sex.

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  3. It’s actually a term for any dom/sub activity, not just boy/boy.

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  4. Oops. Thanks for the correction.

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  5. in any case I’ll be gettin bad dreams from thinking about it

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  6. Abou the good ol’ boys doin’ it?

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  7. yeh,

    It’s wierd. The other day I was sittin’ on the couch and the prez came on the news and I said to myself, “I wonder if he’s got a big one? nah, I bet it’s little and stinky.”

    sikk huh?

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  8. just for the record I was NOT touching myself at the time.

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