Friday, July 10, 2009

Comfort Room Cruising


Cruising is a common activity by most of us bis/gays. We have the act of hooking up in the most opportune places - dressing rooms, shower rooms, parks, theaters - an art. We have our own way of gauging if the other guy is interested, our way of looking to signify our desire, our way of striking up a conversation. Some are way blatant, others are more discreet. There are no guartees that each will work the same way every time but we have established our own habits.

The cruisiest place for us is usually the comfort room. Straight guys fear being in the nearby urinal thinking gay guys live to take a peek (or more) at their genitals. Gay men thrive on having the opportunity to gauge their fellow men.

I remember a few cruisiest comfort rooms in my day - not that my day is over, mind you. To name a few - Greenbelt, Metropolis, SM North Edsa, Megamall, Shangri La Edsa. Thinking about it, any mall probably.

As I mentioned in my previous entry, my first experience really was in a theater but it happened in the theater's comfort room. Someone followed me and while peeing he made the moves. Being naive and he being older, I let him lead the way.

My other memories of hook ups in the rest room include one who became a steady partner. We wouldn't be classified as partners in the real sense but we meet, we do the deed nut remain unattached. He entered the seminary and that was the end of it. When we hooked up at the mall's CR, we had transferred to the roof a nearby parking facility. It was the middle of the day, no one was parked on that level, however, if someone was checked in at a nearby hotel, all they had to do was look out and see a couple making out.

Inside the comfort room, you can get touched and even have someone perform fellatio to. There were even instances that actual sex occurred. Of course, all this happens behind the back of the roving guards and maintenance people. I guess that adds to the excitement - the thrill of being caught, the immediacy of the situation, the itch that needs to be scratched right away.

Have you had encounters in the rest room? I think for me the time has passed when I get a kick out of these tyrsts. Not that my libido has ebbed through the years, I guess now the fear of being caught gets the best of me.

13 comments:

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  3. Try the cr in Jollibee Junction in Alabang. My gawd i've only been there twice pero sa 2x na yun, parehong may naencounter akong exhibitionist sa cr! Kaloka!

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  4. sa CR sa farmers plaza sa cubao hehehe sa may fourth floor. may nangyari skin dun hehehe sa loob ng cubicle. tas the following week that i visited the cr, wala na lock ang mga cubicles.

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  7. It is not a new story to hear some unwanted story inside the comfort rooms. I guess its just a matter of awareness and sensitivity.

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  8. Having a hard time with some public comfort rooms?
    Its a very common demand from some people out there. They might experience some unusual incidents.

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  9. Oh, if only I had a dollar for every CR story of my life...

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  10. Hello I got a good experienced inside the Comfort room in Malate Robinson, also and the Cinema. But am talking at the old times about 15 years ago so busy there. But this time I been visiting that Mall so quite. Anyway enjoy it if you can meet just use Condom everywhere.

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