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Chad Weese

It's a shame that we may never really know the truth behind Valentine's Day or the number of people named later as Saint Valentine let alone how Feb 14 because associated. After all, dates have changed drastically especially between the conversion of Julian calendar and Gregorian, and not to mention the fortnight that time was moved forward.

In any event, I've been alone and single for going on 14 years so Valentine's has long lost any magic for me. For those that do get something from the day, take it from someone that has never been in love in my 43 years - enjoy every moment. No matter what may come later, never regret every moment for it is those moments that make life worth living. So even if, in a few years, the sorrow of a break up holds your heart, remember that the moments you were in love and felt what that meant, you can remember why we need each other.

Don't ever forget in case the experience or the moment never comes again.


Very lovely! Happy Valentine's Day, all! ❤️

Andre DeLoach

So nice to see an erotic spread that displays tenderness between two men.

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