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The Dock Or Boilerhouse
 
# 1 : Saturday 26-8-2017 @ 23:46
 
 
Hi all,
As my user name suggests, I'm not exactly shouting from the rooftops.
Reading some comments about the above mentioned places has left be intrigued and nervous at the same time.
Would it be wise or foolish to visit either of them as a complete "Virgin"?
Boilerhouse sounds a lot more daunting than the Dock.
I doubt very much I'll ever come out as I'm not even sure if that's what I am.
But would still to explore the possibilities!

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# 2 : Sunday 27-8-2017 @ 01:59
 
 
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If you're a married man looking for some excitment;

you gotta clear it with your wife first, bisexuality does not excuse adultery.


If you're a single available bachelor who for the first time in his life is looking to explore homosexuality;

I'd would say either, or better yet visit some of the bars first and foremost, or try making some gay friends.
Lots of people can sympathize to the kind of thing your going through at the moment.
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# 3 : Sunday 27-8-2017 @ 02:28
 
 
Heard that the boiler house is clean and safe, not sure if the Dock is the place to unleash your cock to an uproarious flock as i'm of the opinion that it no longer exists, the venue that is, not your cock, of course.
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# 4 : Sunday 27-8-2017 @ 06:24
 
 
The last time I was in The Dock was about 16+ years ago and back then it was a filthy kip that had seen better days. As Butters opined, it may not even exist now.

So The Boilerhouse then. Play safe and don't drink too much before going in. Weekends are best if you want as much choice of men as you can. If you're married to a woman, that complicates things but please don't pass a STD onto her.

You can do as much or as little as you like in a gay sauna. Walk around, try the jacuzzi and steam rooms. If you meet a guy and the feeling is mutual, you can go into a private cubicle for some fun.
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# 5 : Sunday 27-8-2017 @ 07:07
 
 
Thanks all for the replies.
If I just wanted to dip my toe in the water so to speak, would a midweek visit to the Boilerhouse be appropriate?
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# 6 : Sunday 27-8-2017 @ 09:23
 
 
It will be busier on weekends, unsurprisingly, but there would still be a bit of crowd in there. If going during the week don't go too late. Aim for the horny post-work business crowd.

Just don't overthink it, simply get in there.

The worst that can happen is you end up in the cafe chatting to the staff or relaxing in the jacuzzi or dry sauna.


Also, to all other Gaireans I think when OP started this thread he was looking for practical advice on the Boilerhouse.


No need for moralising or speculating over their relationship status! We see it far too often here, people dishing out judgement over other people's intimate relationships when that was never the topic, never asked for and never any of their business.

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# 7 : Sunday 27-8-2017 @ 11:19
 
 
Bring yer wife to watch!
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# 8 : Sunday 27-8-2017 @ 11:23
 
 
Someone said :
This'll save several posts back and forth...


If you're a married man looking for some excitment;

you gotta clear it with your wife first, bisexuality does not excuse adultery.



Yes, your Grace.
*kisses ring*
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# 9 : Sunday 27-8-2017 @ 22:04
 
 
Someone said :

Yes, your Grace.
*kisses ring*

There is nothing wrong with what I posted.
What you quoted was one half of an 'if' statement, and one that I stand by, as should any decent human being.

This forum flip flops between dishing out judgment to people they don't know, to "ask no question", so inconsistently, that it'd make a teenagers head spin.

I'm not joining in 'the game', I'm not on a high horse, I'm not getting a kick out applying prejudice to strangers.
I gave two if-statements, that was my reply, and if anyone has a problem with either 'delete-as-appropriate' branch of that reply, they CAN kiss my ring.
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# 10 : Sunday 27-8-2017 @ 22:57
 
 
/\ GET HER!
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# 11 : Monday 28-8-2017 @ 06:47
 
 
Someone said :

This forum flip flops between dishing out judgment to people they don't know, to "ask no question", so inconsistently, that it'd make a teenagers head spin.


It's almost as if a forum is made up of several people with different views!

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# 12 : Monday 28-8-2017 @ 19:30
 
 
It's many years since I was in either so I cannot write with any authority on what they are like now or when is best to go. However, a few points - the Dock is quite small while the Boilerhouse is quite big. A disadvantage of the former is that if there is someone there you don't like it can be hard to avoid him. Generally I would think the Boilerhouse is better for a first visit. Obviously weekends are going to be busiest so maybe there's a better chance of finding someone nice then. And there's always anonymous sex available in the darkroom. On the other hand you could be lucky and find someone really nice and compatible when the place is quieter
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