1. Initiation to Black Cock in the Steam Room


    Date: 11/28/2017, Categories: Interracial, Author: edlangston, Source: LushStories

    My wife Diana and I recently made a big move, from Boise, Idaho to Jackson, Mississippi, to be closer to our two children. We were forty-eight at the time, and our two children were in their twenties and married with children of their own. Our son lives in Memphis which is only about two hundred miles and a three-and-a-half-hour drive from Jackson, and our daughter lives in New Orleans, which is only one hundred and ninety miles and a three-hour drive from us. I was born in 1967 in the mountain town of Idaho City, Idaho, when the population there was less than two hundred people. I lived there until I left for college in Boise which is only about forty miles from Idaho City. I met Diana at Boise State University while I was earning my electrical engineering degree, and she was obtaining dual degrees in secondary education and mathematics. We got married and started a family after I got my job at a large semiconductor company in the Boise area, and Diana was a working mother, teaching math in high school. Our children also graduated from Boise State, but they had good job opportunities that took them to Memphis and New Orleans. My name is Craig, and I had progressed well in my career, and was a director of manufacturing at my company in Boise. So when we made the decision to move closer to our children, I was well qualified for a vice president position in a smaller electronics firm in the Jackson area. And that location was good since it was about equidistant from our ...
    children. There was a huge culture shock in making the move, since Idaho is one of the whitest states in the country, where in 2014 it was estimated that only a little over one half of one percent of the population of the state was African-American. And growing up in Idaho City, I don’t remember seeing any black people there. In contrast to the Boise area that has a black population of about one and a half percent, Jackson has a black population of around seventy-nine percent. Now, I’m not bigoted or prejudiced, and was raised to be accepting of all people, but it did take a little while to acclimate to the new culture. The Southern dialects and customs, in general, took some getting used to, and the African-American vernacular and culture were an even bigger adjustment for us. That was the first time in my life that I had any interactions at all with black people in either my workplace or in our everyday lives. We bought a nice home in the northeast suburbs of Jackson, where the black population is less concentrated, but we still encountered many black people there. I have always tried to take care of myself and stay fit, although at five feet and nine inches tall and weighing one hundred and fifty-five pounds I am definitely not heavily muscled. I joined an athletic club not too far from my home and worked out three nights a week, with longer sessions on the weekends. I’m guessing that about half of the members of the gym are black, and I was impressed and a little intimidated by ...
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