– BOY TOM – The Merchandise – Tom Bentley, Dolf Dietrich


Before I met Tom, he was a little bit of a wild child. Out every night, different bars, new clubs; always on the hunt for someone to take him and dominate him. I knew his type. I’d spent a lifetime cultivating them and curating them for my own purposes. But for a boy like Tom, no one-night stand was ever going to satisfy him! He’d be out every night looking for someone to make him theirs. And that’s where I came in…

I saw him eyeing me at the bar. Loud dance music was playing while a blur of fit men in tank tops moved around us. But I was focused on him just as much as he was on me. You could almost hear the desire when it’s that strong! There’s an almost whimpering sound that carries through any room. It calls out, begging, pleading to be used. I don’t always act, knowing how many times the siren’s song is false. But in Tom’s case, it was as clear as a bell!

I told him the deal. Come with me and have your life changed forever. It was a bold statement, but I could see that he was intrigued. It was a big moment when a young man gave up his autonomy to be part of something bigger. And he wasn’t flinching! With that, I took him back to the merchandise room to be evaluated.



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