SummerFire, AutumnRain:

One Boy's Story

Disclaimer: I didn't hire a lawyer, so this is just in plain English. This website is largely about my youthful sexual experiences, many of which were homosexual in nature. It's essentially autobiography and not fiction, and that should mean it's no different than someone else's autobiography, about a childhood spent collecting stamps, or competing in BMX events, or whatever. But some may consider it different, legally, and so I must say to you:
If you're not old enough according to the laws where you live to be reading this, you need to leave, now. Same goes for any of you who might be offended by explicit sexual descriptions.
I genuinely don't want an audience who doesn't want to be here, or isn't supposed to be here. This is not pornography. But some may disagree with me on that issue, and this statement is to protect all concerned. Okay?

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Note about Net Privacy and Security: The little symbol on the line immediately above, in case you don't recognize it, is a link to the NedStat statistics for this website. NedStat is a service that logs basic information about visitors to any participating website. Statistics include number of hits per week, the links used by visitors to get here (search engine, referring website, etc.), and what Internet computer software you're using (Netscape, MSIE, or whatever). They do not show full info on individual visitors -- although you'll see that they do include partial IP addresses for the last 10 visitors.

Why do I use NedStat here? Two reasons: (1) Many people are genuinely curious about the info, including me; and (2) for those not familiar with how much of your personal info gets transmitted while you're on the Net, I hope it's a harmless wake-up call. NedStat doesn't have secret backdoor ways to collect more detailed information on you or your web-surfing habits (and if you're wondering, they don't give me any more info than anyone else -- I see the same stats you do, nothing more). But not all such services are so benign. This isn't the place to give you a crash course on Internet privacy and security, but I strongly suggest that everyone learn as much as you can; there's a lot of good material out there to educate you.

If you're paranoid, or just want to stay as private as possible when visiting here again, just bookmark or note the URL of the main index page, so you can bypass this opening screen -- it's the only page that's linked to any statistics.

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