Ben Rose has got to be one of the most open-minded gogo boys to ever grace the stage pole. He is like an open book and tells everything the way it is and leaves nothing to the imagination – he’d rather show you than have you imagine. First, he opened up to us and talked about his best (and worst) experiences as a gogo boy. Then, he opened up to the cameras of Project GoGo boy with his legs up in the air shoving not one but TWO toys up his hole at the same time. And as if that wasn’t enough… wait for it.. here it come… he shoved his balls up his tight asshole!!! Still not convinced? He’s got one more trick up his sleeve that will leave you with your mouth open and drooling. Have you pushed play already??
This week, we leave the Jake/Max/Pierre drama behind (but don’t worry – next week’s final episode will blow. your. mind.) and get back to one of the sexiest parts of being a gogoboy: the art of the lap dance/private dance. Our favorite rival club owners Sebastian Young, Tommy Defendi and Gabriel Clark give their opinions about what makes the perfect private dance, while Max Ryder and Seth Knight show us how they work. Gabriel Clark, the ultimate teacher, lets us in on a training session with his newest dancer, Arnaud Chagall. Gabriel tells Arnaud it’s important to always leave the client wanting more, but when Gabriel’s the client, Arnaud just can’t help himself! Alone in the storage room, Gabriel and Arnaud let go of all their inhibitions and take the boss/employee relationship to a whole new level as they break every rule in the book. When you work for Gabriel, that’s just part of the job!
Last week Leo took us on a journey into the private world of a gogo boy and I found it fascinating just how many tricks a gogo boy has for making money. This week, we are taking a look at Mickey’s approach which is totally different from Leo’s. Mickey is as straight as the pole he uses on the dancefloor but that doesn’t stop him from flirting with the boys like a pro! "For me, it’s a job!", he says. With his rock hard abs and lean muscular body, Mickey has no problem attracting the attention of any guy. Want to see how he does it? Stick around for the end because Mickey does what he doesn’t do even in his private dances!
In the first episode of Project GogoBoy, we saw Max Ryder and Pierre Fitch sneak away from the DJ booth to have an elevator tryst, ruining Jake Bass’s set in the process. This week, we see Max and Jake doing what frenemies do best: shopping and being snarky! Throughout the entire outing, Jake can’t stop ribbing Max about hooking up with Pierre, harping over and over again about Max’s "Pierre obsession". Max tries not to let it bother him, but later that night, when Max discovers Jake’s been spreading rumors, the tension comes to a head and the boys explode into an epic fight, moving officially from "frenemies" to just plain "enemies." Now that Max and Jake’s friendship is on the rocks, Jake decides to try to drive a wedge between Max and Pierre by cozying up to Pierre. While gossiping by the pool, Jake spills to Pierre that he’s got a hot date that night with an iPad boy from the club. This iPad boy, Stephen Forest, wasn’t always an iPad boy. In fact, he used to be one of the best dancers at XL. But Jake Bass has a policy to never date other gogoboys ("It’s way too much drama"), and he really wanted Stephen. "I didn’t get him fired," Jake says. "I gave him an opportunity to be with me." Stephen was confused by his sudden demotion, but seems to totally forget that he’s no longer a dancer when he and Jake go out that night. Even with Max lurking in the background, Jake and Stephen manage to have a great time, dancing, touching, and fucking the night (and morning) away.
Last week in Episode 1 of Project GogoBoy, we got a sneak peek into the sordid, sexy lives of rival gogoboys and best frenemies Jake Bass and Max Ryder and DJ Pierre Fitch. This week, we learn more about Max’s career as a gogoboy, and how he’s been taken under the wing of the spiritual, peace-loving club owner Gabriel Clark. Gabriel believes in treating his dancers with support, respect and love, and his philosophy toward his club is that dancers are there to act as vessels of relief for overworked patrons – unlike some clubs in the area which are "enough to give you nightmares." Cut to Sebastian Young and Tommy Defendi, owners of the seediest club in the city. According to Sebastian, this place is "not a homeless shelter or a pitbull rescue." His boys are there to make as much money as possible, then go home. One of the main dancers at the club is Seth Knight, who appears to be just another naive dancer, only wanting to be admired. However, when Seth and Tommy refuse to give Seth a better schedule, Seth decides to pull a Max Ryder and manipulate his way to the top. As Seth says, "They have no idea what’s coming."