The first guy you can remember having a crush on.

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    May 25, 2009 7:04 PM GMT
    I'm a reader RJ. I love to read your stories and learn more about people who might be going through the same things I am. I'm out, but I have the restrictions of religious parents who are totally against it. So, learning about the life helps me a lot. No matter how trivial the matter.

    II'll go first: and I'm sure you've heard a story like mine before.

    It was Highschool. And my first real crush was with this guy. He was straight, but he was very playful. Wrestling and such, he even let me feel his muscles one time. (Took a lot of self control on my part.)
    Anyways, High Schools over. And he's not in my life.

    Gerat times though.

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    May 25, 2009 8:10 PM GMT
    A Jesuit, about 27 years old, when I was a 14-year-old freshman in a private boys prep school. I was totally smitten by him, took candid photos of him (which I still have 46 years later), couldn't keep my eyes off him. Gawd he was gorgeous!

    He was my English teacher, and also Home Room monitor or something like that, basically my primary Freshman counselor. He took me to see Barbra Streisand in "Funny Girl" on Broadway, since he knew her, just the 2 of us, got to meet her after the show in her dressing room.

    But we never did anything "improper" as if I'd have known what to do, anyway, or understood if he had made advances on me. The sexiest we got was a Home Room swimming party night, where he and the rest of my class had to comply with the pool rules requiring nudity in the water.

    It was torture for me, semi-hard the whole time, barely able to control myself. His taut naked body was as beautiful as his face, while the shapeless boys my own age didn't interest me at all. Damn, the might-have-beens in my life are beyond counting.
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    May 25, 2009 8:21 PM GMT
    My childhood best friend. It was more than a crush, I think. He was the first guy I fooled around with when we were 13. He's straight, though.Still, I'm glad my first sexual experience was with someone I knew and cared about. I've met so many guys over the years who weren't so lucky.
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    May 25, 2009 9:18 PM GMT
    Can't really think of any crush, let alone a first
  • zakariahzol

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    May 25, 2009 10:01 PM GMT
    A boy who sit behind me in class. I was crazy about him. He hate me , though. Call me a sissy and stay away from me. Once when his parent are not home , he invited everybody to his house beside me. When I got a scholarship to further study in USA, I was very depressed about leaving him (eventhough he dont give a darn about me). I sent him letter, postcard and all kinda of thing from USA , hoping for a reply. Nothing work.

    But we did become friends latter on as two adult. I dont know what happen to him now, probably married with children. I was such a stupid kid.
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    May 25, 2009 10:17 PM GMT
    When I was 4 or 5, Prince Valiant from the comics. Yes, seriously. Later, Guy Madison, from the TV series Wild Bill Hickock. Biggest crush ever was on Clint Eastwood as Rowdy Yates in Rawhide. Never got over that oneicon_cry.gif
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    May 25, 2009 10:18 PM GMT
    I do'nt remember how old I was, but I was young, my father and his girlfriend had 3 Canadian people staying two males and a female, anywho, I took a shine to one of the guys, to me at that time he was the greatest thing since sliced bread hahaha, but, I remember he had his shirt off at the beach and he was perfectly muscled with a nice chest and shoulders and arms.. he had sandy blond hair, was taller then even my dad Plus he had a really fun accent.. from what I can gather about stories, he was eternally straight and really wanted to have kids of his own so took a shine to me too and we hung out and did stuff while he was here for then weeks he was staying at my dads

    anywho.. I think that put canadians in a soft spot hahaha cause they always seem to get the bulk of my attention when they are about
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    May 25, 2009 10:27 PM GMT
    This boy Peter when I was in 7th grade. Tanned, blonde, swimmers body. I had a crush on him from 7th grade until high school graduation 5 years ago. He was STUNNING. Gained weight in college, but he's still a cutie.
  • fitartistsf

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    May 25, 2009 10:33 PM GMT
    Eric Schuck.... 4th grade, 1971 (sigh)... Can't believe I still remember his name... this before I even knew what gay was... or that I was....
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    May 25, 2009 11:02 PM GMT
    Aquaman. He was blond and talked to fish. What's not to love?

    Or Christopher Reeves as Clark Kent. I think that's why I have nerd crushes to this day and can't get Henry from Ugly Betty out of my head.

    The Six Million Dollar Man.

    The "Duke" boys.

    And Wonder Woman. Although, I don't think that was a crush because I actually wanted to BE Wonder Woman.
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    May 25, 2009 11:05 PM GMT
    Fred from Scooby Doo... a preppy blonde who drove a van... and yes, I know he is a cartoon character. Then it was Wesley on Mr. Belvedere, or the boys on Valerie... pretty much any prime-time child star of the 1980's (and yes, it WAS age appropriate).

    Right now I have a crush on Anderson Cooper, so smart guys seem to catch my eye.
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    May 25, 2009 11:07 PM GMT
    his name was ronnie in the second grade, i went to school with him from 2nd grade till we graduated high school, and was in the same class as him from about 2-8th give or take 1-2 years. we always had the same close friends but he and i never were friends but i always liked him haha

    he is still super sexy too haha
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    May 25, 2009 11:07 PM GMT
    Among the first . . .

    A really muscular basketball player on our JV team. . .

    Wesley Eure on Land of the Lost. . .

    Two of the guys in a Friday the 13th movie. . .

    Parker Stevenson on The Hardy Boys. . .

    Mark Hamill from Star Wars

  • May 25, 2009 11:08 PM GMT
    blue ranger billy!
  • upsguy68

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    May 25, 2009 11:26 PM GMT
    First started in 5th grade, before I knew the term gay. It continued on through high school. By this time, I knew that I was gay but kept denying it. We always had classes together. One day, while in history class, I completely zoned out staring at him from across the room. He waved his hand at me to snap me out of it, and laughed about it. He was the "Intelligent Jock" of our class and probably the nicest guy! Even after all these years, I still act like a giddy school girl when someone mentions his nameicon_redface.gificon_rolleyes.gificon_lol.gif!
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    May 25, 2009 11:35 PM GMT
    I guess I should mention my summer camp counselors in the 1950s, when I was 8, 9 & 10. I was a little young for true crushes, but I really looked up to these college-age guys, a kind of puppy love I guess.

    It also didn't hurt that a counselor would live with us in each of our 15-boy cabins, dressing with us, even group skinny-dipping when we'd have overnight hikes, my first encounter with adult male nudity. As with my Jesuit teacher mentioned above, sharing a naked moment with me is a wonderful way to bond... LOL!
  • MSUBioNerd

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    May 25, 2009 11:37 PM GMT
    My paperboy when I was 11. He was an athletic guy a couple years older than me, lived down the street, and used to go around all summer with his shirt off. His older sister was my babysitter for a while when I was younger, and used to date one of my cousins, actually. He was a nice guy, very friendly, not terribly bright but with a lot of respect for intelligence. I enjoyed watching him; actually, a few months later I realized *why* I enjoyed watching him, and that clued me in to the whole gay thing.

    I've more recently seen his pictures on facebook--we've got a few mutual friends. The adult him turned out not to be my type, which is just as well given that he's straight.
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    May 26, 2009 12:02 AM GMT
    Having gone to ALL BOY SCHOOLS all my life i cant remember when i didnt have a crush on someone..But i can remember this guy named 'Orlando' because his smile was so very sexy and his cuban accent was real sweet.. We were around 11yrs old and it was in the shower [at school] that he got a hard-on and tapped my shoulder and said look.. . It was HUGE, but i was checkin out his smooth bubble ass and couldnt wait to stick my dick all the way in that and kiss him like a bitch..
    I asked him over so we could record some cassettes,,he came over but my brothers were home so we went to his house and screwed like dogs in heat.. It was wonderful!!!!!
    I loved that boy....Wish i could find him nowicon_exclaim.gif
  • GQjock

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    May 26, 2009 12:05 AM GMT
    I was too little to even know what sex was
    But the Dad on Flipper
    always got to me

  • calibro

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    May 26, 2009 12:20 AM GMT
    I was seven. His name was Matt Sailey. He was the boys' head counselor at summer camp.
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    May 26, 2009 12:28 AM GMT
    He was on my high school water polo team and played in the orchestra. One day the conductor wanted him to practice a passage so he had been sent to a private, sound-proof, sight-proof practice room. I was there just talking to him. He had on the tightest jeans. Big, handsome Italian guy.

    I started rubbing the outside of the jeans and pretty soon one thing let to another and my mouth was getting some "practice." From then on, I would service him once a week in there, swallowing every time.

    He thought he was straight so he never did the same for me. He went through a bad time and tried to kill himself.

    Now, he's clean and sober and director of a g/l community center.
  • allamathlete

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    May 26, 2009 12:30 AM GMT
    so for me... my story seems a little creepy (i think) but it was when I was maybe 8 or 10 and we went to visit some of my mom's family in St. Louis.
    So anyway my mom's cousin had adopted a son who was their only child who was clearly a little starved for some interaction with non adults his whole life.
    I remember he was about a 14 or15 y.o. white kid (which is why he stood out to me from my other cousins) so tall and and had super curly hair. he was a big goofy nerd had southern accent and was into cars bike sports and such. but the thing I remember most his green eyes and how incredibly nice he was. He spent more time with me than my brothers or his parents during the visit. I think followed him every where he went. Looking back I think he was sort of immature for his age and since he didn't spend much time with other kids he never noticed the age gap & how he should have been with my older brothers. I vividly remember him letting my brothers ride his bike & not me... he told me i was too little and the bike was too big and I'd get hurt trying to ride it down the hill. I was a stubborn kid and never took "No" for an answer, but with him saying no I ok. I was sooooo smiten with him it ridiculous. I look back now it totally shaped the kind of guys I like. I mean I don't have a type per se but a tall, sports loving, goofy, nerdy, green eyed, curly haired, white guys guy can very easily get my attention. Its pretty wierd when I I think about it but its funny how it has shaped me. I always wondered if my cousin Huey knew how a had a huge crush (not that anything would have ever happened) I just remember how cool it was for my younger cousin when he found out he had a gay older cousin to hang out with.
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    May 26, 2009 12:34 AM GMT
    I just love reading and participating in this kind of threads icon_smile.gif

    As for me, when I first read "first crush" I immediately thought of one of my best friends in High School. He seemed so loud and extroverted, always challenging people to arm wrestle him between classes. And yet little by little I discovered how wide his inner world was and I was more and more into him. With his manly features with ever the slightly hint of boyish in them, so perfectly attractive and yet, so unaware of that, always trying to prove himself and yet always careful of not stepping in anyone to do it. I just don't know how on Earth he didn't suspect it then.

    But... after reading some of your stories guys, I think I have an earlier memory. I was 5 or 6 years old and I always liked to see our neighbors' son (20-something) wash his car or talk with my sister (they were friends). Of course, I didn't know anything about anything. One day he came to wait or talk at our house, was talking to my sister and my mother at the dinner's table and somehow I ended up sitting in his lap. My God, I remember it was the most heavenly feeling being there in his big arms with my head resting in his chest feeling his breathing. I actually felt asleep after a while and not until I confirmed the happening with my sister did I stopped suspecting it was all a dream.
  • barriehomeboy

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    May 26, 2009 12:44 AM GMT
    Keith Partridge.
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    Jun 04, 2009 2:20 AM GMT
    Bo and Luke Duke.