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My first LB experience - 2010 - in downtown Sydney - Darlo., to be exact


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Seems only ten years ago - and it was. 

After a few years finding out I was attracted to Asian females and spending several months travelling in Asia, mainly LOS, experiencing the cuisine and exploring the P4P scene in Bangkok, Vietnam (a wasteland mostly, then), Cambodia (did a little better overall), I turned up in Pattaya. Humped various GGs, caught the obligatory STDs by not bagging up with ensuing trips to the jaundiced STD docs at various hospitals and ended up back home.

Bored shitless, not unlike right now, I decided to employ the internet to see if I could scratch my itch at home. I had come across LBs in Pattaya during my stays and did find them disturbingly attractive but, apart from an abortive visit to Cambodia, PP to be more exact, which generated my first travel report, "Bubba's Last Dancer", which possibly can still be retrieved from this site's memory bank. Couldn't find it meself, maybe its still somewhere in the archives.

Cutting to the chase, I sought and found a prospective service provider in Sydney under her professional name of Azura Blue. I had fond memories of the initial tryst for a first timer. Sadly, she adhered to a strict hygiene regime, no BBBJ, no CIM, no COF etc., etc., you get the drift. A slender, Malay Chinese LB, and a cock that didn't (she did say that she "could cum a little bit" but not for moi on this occasion. She had tits which jounced and bounced like competing soft balls of the baseball little leaguer kind. She was dressed in jeans and a tee I think on the first occasion. I found it kind of a turn on. Any how after a fruitless attempt to orally excite her I got a covered BJ and then ridden cowgirl style till the finish. She was, I guess simulating the heights of ecstacy in a verbal way, sufficient for me to feel extra wicked and generate a fountain in the wrapper. That was it. She was a great conversationalist and we lay there chatting about life and sex. She said, if I recall right, that she was a student of interior design  on a visa.

A few months later I revisited, hoping for a more earth shaking congress. She opened the door and was wearing a flimsy nighty and had gone to some trouble to stimulate my senses of naughtiness. In fact, I was sort of put off, seeing this skinny Asian bloke in a nighty. Truth be told I hardly ever was stimulated by GGs wearing nighties ever. Preferred the tee shirts and white sensible Bunnykin style of panties. That visit wasn't as inspirational as the first.

Why am I recounting this sad old tale, you ask? Well, today I was trolling the net looking for a LB potential root somewhere in this city. I wondered if she was still plying her profession. Not a chance, I thought. There she was with her own website, same pics to a large degree spiced with a few more. I checked to see the last entry date and it was earlier this year during the time of COVID19. My loins stirred for an instant but ....... "Never look back!" Here I am - older, greyer and grizzled. There she still is preserved like a flower or some butterfly in amber.

If she happens to read this I hope she's not offended by my impression of her in the flimsy nighty but I do like em looking feminine in tees and shorts. There's one picture in my memorybank of the Pattaya LB Ae as a youngster with youthful confidence in just such simple clothing. To me, a real turn on. Recent pics of her show the passage of the years and although she looks fine, she's lost the bloom in her cheeks. Instead maybe, replaced by the cheeks in her bloomers.

But, on a brighter note, I found the site LadyboysWiki and think, if LOS is over for most, that the PI, Vietnam, Malaysia might go someway to filling the gap.

Let's hope things get better soon.

 

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1 hour ago, bubba said:

disturbingly attractive

An apt phrase!   :biggrin:

1 hour ago, bubba said:

She was dressed in jeans and a tee

Which is exactly the way I like farang ladies and Asian ladies/ladyboys to dress!

1 hour ago, bubba said:

"Bubba's Last Dancer", which possibly can still be retrieved

Here ya go Bubba.  Two great reads!   :good:

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Having read my earlier contribution again, I think I need to "loosen up". Fluency is lacking in my declining years. 

Going through a dull, deprived patch here in Oz.

Hell! Having studied Azura's latest pitch about having a working 6 incher I might just rekindle our relationship. Now, if only my current income stream would experience an uptick. 

Crowd funding? Is that a goer? Christ I am hornier the older I get! 

Stay chuned!

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On 10/16/2020 at 8:18 AM, bubba said:

Seems only ten years ago - and it was. 

Not sure why but the last decade in particular seems to have flown by, incidents are still clear in the head after the passing of so many years... 

 

On 10/16/2020 at 8:18 AM, bubba said:

find them disturbingly attractive

Excitingly wrong is the other way I have heard this described :)  And it is an intriguing feeling, knowing there is a whole new sexual frontier available for guys who have the balls so to speak, to embrace it and go with their urges and curiosity.

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I lived in Paddington, which is just next door to Darlinghurst, in the nineteen eighties. Great times as I was right into P4P even then... GGs and LBs. All the tranny whores (that's not a very PC term now) worked late at night on William St. They were a pretty rough lot. A better deal was a late night club on South Dowling Rd called the Taxi Club (that wasn't its name but everyone called it that) .. I was much younger then and it wasn't that difficult to get freebies from the TS who wandered in. Show girls mostly.

Sydney was wonderful back then... the Cross still at a bit of a 'wild west' feel to it and I was friends with a number of working girls (I wonder where they are now?) Most unfortunately had bad drug habits. There were always lots of choices for debauchery. The downside when it came to the LB scene was that this was at the height of the AIDS epidemic when AIDS really was a death sentence. Everyone was scared shitless about catching it. 

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26 minutes ago, Jimmy Cargopants said:

I lived in Paddington, which is just next door to Darlinghurst, in the nineteen eighties. Great times as I was right into P4P even then... GGs and LBs. All the tranny whores (that's not a very PC term now) worked late at night on William St. They were a pretty rough lot. A better deal was a late night club on South Darling Rd called the Taxi Club (that wasn't its name but everyone called it that) .. I was much younger then and it wasn't that difficult to get freebies from the TS who wandered in. Show girls mostly.

Sydney was wonderful back then... the Cross still at a bit of a 'wild west' feel to it and I was friends with a number of working girls (I wonder where they are now?) Most unfortunately had bad drug habits. There were always lots of choices for debauchery. The downside when it came to the LB scene was that this was at the height of the AIDS epidemic when AIDS really was a death sentence. Everyone was scared shitless about catching it. 

I went to The Cross a few times while on "business" in the early 90's. Took a walk down from The Cross and found a place that was made up like a Scandinavian house. Can't recall the name but something like Danish House. There were many girls in skimpy outfits around the front door. It was all a bit much for me in those days!!.

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1 minute ago, Woodie said:

I went to The Cross a few times while on "business" in the early 90's. Took a walk down from The Cross and found a place that was made up like a Scandinavian house. Can't recall the name but something like Danish House. There were many girls in skimpy outfits around the front door. It was all a bit much for me in those days!!.

By the nineties they were cleaning up the Cross. Yuppies were moving in, and the more overt displays of debauchery were disappearing ... A whole apartment block which had been short time rooms and a place working girls lived turned into a backpacker hostel. 

As I can't travel to Thailand I want to go back up there one day and see how it's changed (been ten years now). I'm feeling nostalgic!

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1 minute ago, Jimmy Cargopants said:

By the nineties they were cleaning up the Cross. Yuppies were moving in, and the more overt displays of debauchery were disappearing ... A whole apartment block which had been short time rooms and a place working girls lived turned into a backpacker hostel. 

As I can't travel to Thailand I want to go back up there one day and see how it's changed (been ten years now). I'm feeling nostalgic!

On my first visit there in the early 80's having travelled from NZ, I started at the top end near the police station. Only been there 10 minutes and a cop grabbed a guy, a scuffle started the cop threw the guy into a shop window!. My introduction to Australian Police!. Fat guys with pistols on their hips. A foreign experience to me.

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7 hours ago, Woodie said:

On my first visit there in the early 80's having travelled from NZ, I started at the top end near the police station. Only been there 10 minutes and a cop grabbed a guy, a scuffle started the cop threw the guy into a shop window!. My introduction to Australian Police!. Fat guys with pistols on their hips. A foreign experience to me.

Back then the NSW police force was notoriously corrupt. If you hung about the Cross a lot (and I did :ninja:) there were several groups you needed to give a wide berth to - junkies looking for a score, drunks who came in from the suburbs looking for trouble, Cross gangsters.......and the NSW police.

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I don't think much has changed in the police force that regard, sorry to say.

I've had reason to deal with police during my working life and socialised with them to some extent. Some were just bent because the career lends itself to it and occasionally some were psychopaths with an urge to find and exercise power .

Grim but true.

 

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