Clarence Williams

Rookie - 10 Points (May 19,1980 / Washington, D.C)

Circus


The naked circus


It became one f******* naked 
affair. Where lube, and condoms, was each and everywhere! ! ! ! B***and more A***** hard D****** EVENT. Fantasy  of humans imagining  that this sh** really exist! ! ! ! ! Where chains! ! ! ! and whips! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! became GODS of the night! ! ! and male domonatrix became love at first sight! ! ! ! Fist  in a*****! ! ! and soft d**** become hard! ! ! ! Men that entered in my naked circus, that was conservative made more sounds then enough! ! When Dl men put pipe in they busted tasted their own nut! ! ! in my cream cup They drunk and spoke  languages of a different utterance! ! ! when they sniff rush! ! ! Butch queens! ! ! drag queens! ! ! ! And even transgender popped up! ! ! ! how sexy! Come in everyone needs love! ! ! so get undress and get ready to bust your nut! ! ! !  Showers were running all naked men in their  was cumming! ! ! ! and strong masculine men first time taking D****! ! ! And loving it! ! ! ! Where sexy male sex slaves were greeters all day! ! ! One! ! ! Two! ! ! Three, male bodies  on the floor! ! ! under the tables! ! !  and sinks! ! ! being whipped, screwed! ! ! ! And fist in the swing! ! ! Cages and   mud wrestling one rule the  winner gets! ! ! ! ! I'm thee owner of naked circus I'm out doors closes  when the sun comes up! ! ! !

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