Relationships With Boys
Barbershops and beauty parlors are good sources of street gossips and over the top stories about the people in the community, including the people working in these establishments.
Among the many places I was assigned to work, there are two areas, a town and a city, that I usually have my nails cleaned. These are all beauty parlors owned and manage by gay men.
The staffs of the parlor in the city were all women. The owner said, women give her lesser problems and head aches. The staffs of the parlor in the town were gays except for one lady who does nails. The owner said it is better to work with people who have similar views of things around them.
Despite of their differences, they agree on one thing, boys. Even the staffs of the parlor in the town were into boys. These boys are high school students; these are real boys and not men.
Why can’t they just wait for these boys to turn 18? They said boys are fresh, cheap and can easily be manipulated.
I asked them if they have heard about “child abuse” or were aware of the laws protecting children. They told me that the boys didn’t complain and no complaint heard of from their parents who some of them knew of their relationships.
If what they told me were true, it is disturbing when parents allow their children to have sexual relationships with older men. Would they still keep silent if their children were girls and not boys? I believe the boys need the same protection as girls do.