STOCKING STUFFER IDEA: “Of Humanity Lost” & it’s sequel

“Of Finding Humanity”, the sequel to WT Ramsey’s “Of Humanity Lost” is now out and available on Apple, Barnes and Noble, and in paperback.

“Nearly a year after the outbreak, Rachel Morgan is in a fight for survival. America has been cut off from the rest of the world and those left behind must fend for themselves. As Rachel helps grow a resistance force she begins to search through her past to discover what led to the outbreak and the means of which to stop it, but time is running out as the creatures that lurk in the shadows close in. Each new discovery places her and those she loves further into danger, but as the pieces fall into place, Rachel discovers how closely involved she was to everything that led her to where she is now. Soon she’ll have to make the choice between merely surviving or fighting back. Of Finding Humanity is the sequel to Of Humanity Lost”.


Click on the book covers for the links to both books.


The Indestructible Derek Pain

The Indestructible Derek Pain

The Chair – Derek Pain begins his challenge bound in the chair as Van punches him in the chest and beats him with the crop. Clothespins are clamped across his chest and all across his balls as Derek screams at the top of his longs when each one is ripped from his flesh. The Pit – The bound body builder struggles to balance on stilts while enduring a flogging. After he’s warmed up, Derek endures the biggest flogger Van possesses before he’s taken off to the water chamber. The Water Chamber – Derek hangs, suspended over a giant water tank as he’s dropped and plunges in face first. Clover clamps then pinch down his torso to keep him afloat before he’s dunked back into the water. After three intense challenges, Van milks Derek’s rock hard cock till he blasts his cum all over.

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“The Art of Gay Friending”

“You’d think it’d be easy to find your chosen family and feel like you belong in a community where everyone has struggled to come out, but side-eyes and thoughts of “these kweens” often times dominate over a friendly hello. Psychotherapist Matthew Dempsey along with his gay friends discuss why it can be hard to connect with other gay people and steps you can take to finally find and keep your tribe”