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It’s NYC Pride Day today, and The Rialto Report looks back at the life of one our favorites.
A big part of the problem was my father’s gambling. He did date a young black guy once for a short time, but mainly it was blonde Twinkies. He also made money by posing for photo sets for gay-oriented companies like Target Studio and others.
He was a gambling addict, regularly blowing the money that was meant for our food. Richard Posa (Dennis’ brother): Dennis lived with Skip for four years or so, but they eventually split up. James (Dennis’ partner in the early 1970s): We had a good time, but most things come to an end, right? James (Dennis’ partner in the early 1970s): Joey was a cute kid. Jim French, aka ‘Rip Colt’ (photographer, founder of Target Studio and Colt Studio): Dennis was one of my favorite models from the time. He was this rare phenomenon, in that he appealed to women just as much as he appealed to men. Jim French, aka ‘Rip Colt’ (photographer, founder of Target Studio and Colt Studio): It was an open secret that Dennis ran a personal ad, I think, in the Village Voice. I thought, “Here’s a guy who’s not a stranger to having sex in front of an audience…” Later he told me he’d been some kind of an escort.
Needless to say, he didn’t pay the family back, so the family joke was that the next time, they were going to break his legs… but he was just as natural in the straight films too.
Dennis had a lot more nerve than I did, and once he went through our father’s stuff and found ,000 worth of racing stubs. James (Dennis’ partner in the early 1970s): Dennis loved guns too, and he was an avid gun collector. Dennis starting making a name for himself in the growing adult film industry, first appearing in small roles such as ‘Guy in Woods’ and ‘Delivery Guy’, but then in more prominent lead parts in bigger budget features.
Bear in mind, in those days our father was making ,000 a year, so this was a huge amount. From ‘Skin Biz’, Vol 1, Number 5: Young, energetic, good-looking and bold.
The male spots her, and returns her glance with an incredulous gaze. Our mother worked in the children’s section of the local library.
The only noise is the sound of cooking pots banging against each other. She laughs, and kicks the bowl, positioning it beneath her parted legs. He smiles, his eyes narrowing quizzically like the hero of a low-rent spaghetti western. They both liked jazz – in fact, that’s how they met.