Looking for burly menfolk or monsters to pair with soft-featured feminine lads.

Started by Tsume, July 09, 2018, 04:24:11 PM

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Hello all,

I'm a long-time roleplayer, been doing it for over a decade now. I'm always on the look-out for new partners, new scenes, and new ideas to explore. With that in mind, I thought I'd throw this ad up to see what sort of interest I can drum up. Keep in mind that none of these ideas are meant to be restrictive - if you're interested in tweaking an idea, or shooting me an entirely new one, please feel free to drop me a line. There are just a few rules: I prefer burlier, masculine males to play opposite against, and slighter, more feminine young men to play as. I tend to lean towards submissive, but I am open. I don't care what gender you are IRL, so long as you can effectively play as a male. Below, I'll have a sample of some scenes that I would like to see, as well as canon characters I would like to play against, if that strikes your fancy.



Public Service: After being falsely accused of a terrible crime, a young man finds himself at the mercy of his world's own twisted justice system. Enslaved by the state, he will spend the next ten years working in a "comfort station" - a spot for free men to receive service and relax, installed at highways across the country. I'm open to this one being just a mildly dystopian modern scene, but a modern fantasy scene or human/furry world could be just as fun.

Home Again: Several years ago, Liam left his quiet hometown for college. He left behind the town, the people that he loathed, and one person who he missed terribly - his childhood friend, a bear anthromorph who stayed to run the family business. Something happened while he was gone. Something bad. Now he spends most of his time in his room, or in the woods on the outskirts of town. Will the two reconnect? Will their unspoken attraction come to anything?

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Some Breed, Some are Bred: The year is 2035. Fifteen years ago, a cataclysmic event struck the planet and all female humans - children, infants, elderly and adult alike - vanished. Wives were gone. Daughters, sisters, and mothers were gone. For a time, there was a great period of mourning. Then the panic set in. Mankind, now man and man alone, knew that it would die out if something wasn't done. That's when the Ganymede Project was initiated. A worldwide initiative, Ganymede set into motion a new social order - starting with men convicted of criminal activity, they began to take intact men and 'modify' them - removing their manhood and affixing to them artificial, but functional, female anatomy. The world's problems seemed solved - there were breedable options again, and mankind could propagate.

But something changed in society, as a result of Ganymede. The desire to hold power over those weaker than you became stronger - when you could not just conquer your foe, but impregnate him. That brings us to North America - where the public school system, now a series of boarding schools wherein students stay full-time until they turn 24. There they are wards of the state - working assigned jobs and receiving government-provided educations. At the age of 18, a reckoning is called. Testing occurs - and those boys that prove superior are considered 'alphas' - real citizens of the new USA. Those that prove inferior have a new place - breeding slaves to their betters. I would very much like to play a young man who, through some twist of fate, is declared inferior - likely due to an emphasis being placed on physical might and obedience to country, over book smarts.

"Our Race is Dying": Hyahm is a talented, gentle young mage, a student at the Arcane University. He also has a secret. A curse had been placed upon him by a jealous rival - making him supernaturally fertile, as well as desirable. Meant to humiliate, the curse ensures that were someone to 'take him', he would almost certainly bear them children. And the second part of the curse ensures that he's never short for suiters. Enter a young, noble Orcish warrior - one of the very last of his kind, who is searching desperately for one who might be able to bear his kin. Looking for kinks like M-Preg, being made a cuntboy, and romance for this one.

Steampunk Fantasy: Liam Halbright is a gifted student at the University of Kilhan, a city by the sea, built on the backs of slave laborers toiling endlessly in the mines below it, ruled by an oppressive government that doesn’t hesitate to make it’s opponent’s disappear, stripped of their name and rank and sent to join the teeming masses below. But, all told, the free citizens of Kilhan live fairly well. And they are happy. But Liam is not. A sensitive boy, and a humanist, he sees the injustice perpetrated below, and decides to write a paper denouncing the evil practice of slavery. This is a mistake. Goons come for him in the night, preparing to make him disappear just the same as everyone else, down to the mines. But lucky for Liam, he has someone looking out for him. A member of the Enforcers, and a neighbor to the young man for most of their lives, this friend has a plan. As an Enforcer, he has the right to demand a slave of his own, from any enslaved by the city, to serve as his house-slave and steward. And he has his eyes set on Liam. Twisted Steampunk Slavery Romance, ho!

The Hills Have Eyes: First, let me point out I never saw the movie. I have only the most loose idea of the plot and what happens therein. That said: My character is what they call an "urban explorer." He thrives on old buildings, ghost towns, the remnants of human civilization. So when he hears that there is an entire town out in the middle of the desert, abandoned, and still intact, he can't help but pack up his things and go to investigate it. What he finds, though, are a bunch of vicious, psychotic, hideous mutants with long un-satisfied lusts. And he's in their territory now.


The Avengers: Thanos

Game of Thrones: Gregor Clegane

Stranger Things: Chief Jim Hopper

Undertale: Asgore

Fate/Zero: Rider/Iskandar

Glee: Dave Karofsky

Tangled: The Stabbington Twins

Hellboy: Obvious.

The Goon: Again, obvious.

If you've read this far, thanks so much for your time! Drop me a line, and I'll be happy to exchange more information with you in-regards to scheduling, kinks, etc.



Current Craving:

Gone Country: I don't have any specific plot ideas, but the general themes revolve around a proper, polite city-slicker type ending up, much to his chagrin, in a small town in rural america. Whether he's a student relocated there by his parents, or an adult who is there by some twist of fate, I'd like to play a scene involving his reactions and emotions to living in this strange, off-putting environment. And to the sweet, "aw-shucks", corn-fed boy whose attention he catches.