One of the great commentators on this site is a mysterious Alpha who calls himself “Alpha Joe.” If you read the comments sections of many of my posts (rather than just watch the porn), you’ll no doubt be familiar with him.
Alpha Joe is a bit like Sir Tazian in that he hovers over the site and adds correction to it, refines it, perfects it. I absolutely love such guidance from thoughtful Alphas like him! And, like Sir Tazian, Alpha Joe is very articulate and constructive in his ideas and criticisms.
Alpha Joe weighed in on the recent post about the return of Frat Fag (CLICK HERE). I was a very substantial comment that I felt deserved to be highlighted here.
I feel for Ry here, I really, really do. I can’t imagine how tough it must be for a faggot to go through this experience even if it was entirely and tragically predictable. It especially saddens me to know that such a devoted, hard-working, well-suffering fag has struggled with depression like this regardless of the cause. I hope Ry understands how many of your readers are rooting for him and wish him nothing but well – as both a person and as a faggot. He’s a good fag. I was literally just re-reading his story the other day.
It’s hard in these situations, as a man. You care about your faggots if you’re a real alpha. It’s like you’ve often said over the years, Sam: the relationship we have with good, obedient, hard-working fags is like a man and his dog. I would, very gladly and happily, risk life and limb to protect many of the fags I’ve owned. I care that they are fulfilled as individuals. I’ve let fags sob their heart outs to me and stroked their hair as their tears stain my chest and told them what a good bitch they are and explained how we’ll fix their problems. And sometimes, yes, against all good judgement you find yourself giving them treats you know they don’t deserve and you really *shouldn’t* give them because they’re being too adorable or silly not to want to indulge them. But it is NOT love. It is NOT romantic interest. Except in very rare circumstances where some very exceptional or unusual personalities involved lend themselves to it, it is not even friendship, because even simple friendship (as opposed to friendliness) rarely exists between man and fag without one being denied the chance to fulfill their purpose.
The simple, beautiful, if sometimes bittersweet, reality is that faggots are property. Not objects, no – you are testament to how fantastically rich and beautiful and magnificent the character of a fag can be, Sam, and how your kind deserve very much to be recognised and respected for the special kind of person you are – but object*ified*, yes. A man can really care about and invest in his car. Spend hours upon hours upon hours looking after the finest details of its design, performance and appearance. Pour thousands of dollars into making it a machine he’s proud to own. But if the car starts making a horrific, irritating noise he just can’t fix no matter what? Or if the brakes get damaged beyond repair so it can’t be driven safely anymore? Or if the car is just falling apart to the point where no amount of affection makes the maintenance worth the time invested? Well, I’m going to need to get rid of the car and look for a new one. Fags are no different; you just have a heavier heart when you cut them loose. Ry needs to understand that this is always the lens Duke and any other man will view him through: as a piece of property; an appliance; a servant; a slave. Everything else builds on that, not vice-versa. A fag always need to think of itself in these terms first and foremost when serving a man. I can love my car, or my dog, but I can’t *LOVE* them, and the care I do feel is predicated on them fulfilling the roles I need them to fulfill as things I own. I don’t care if a fag loves me. I’m not an idiot. I know some have. But I expect the fag to be able to set aside or channel those feelings constructively into fulfilling its assigned role in my life, not the role it *wants* in my life. It’s harsh, but nature makes the rules, and puts men and fag alike in our roles without concern for what we want, and men have the obligation to enforce those rules and roles.
It’s disappointing and sad for Ry that Duke allowed himself to slip up and say he loved the faggot. I doubt that Duke was lying, Ry, when he said he loved you – but he didn’t have the words to capture what he did mean. I imagine he was trying to express that he *values* your service and loyalty and devotion, and that he *cares* for your wellbeing. It doesn’t sound like he intended to hurt you. It’s an understandable mistake for an inexperienced man to make in the heat of the moment; he cares for his faggot, he wants his faggot to understand how valued and appreciated his servitude is, and wants to make sure his faggot feels that warm glow of earning approval from the man its soul is enslaved to. I can’t even imagine how distressing that well-meaning slip-up must have been in Ry’s fag brain, and I really feel for the fag. It’s times like this I’m really glad your blog has been around, Sam, so there’s at least somewhere these fags have to find someone to talk to and share this kind of hurt with. It sounds to me like there’s a still a way through here for the fag to fix things with Duke if he’s willing to show his commitment to being a faithful slave and an understanding of how the natural order just works, and I really hope things work out for the fag.
Also Sam, as an aside: I hope there’s a silver lining in that this is a nice “fuck you” to the people who think you spend your days making all of this up or have readers who do. This isn’t exactly the fairy tale porn story ending, is it?
No, indeed, Sir. It’s not always a fairy tale ending!
I thought Alpha Joe was spot-on regarding the error of expressing love interests between Alphas and their faggots. Of primary significance is Alpha Joe’s insight into the problem Duke created by not properly expressing his intended feelings. Alpha Joe neatly laid out what Duke likely meant, and how it instead came out of his mouth. I agree wholeheartedly, of course.
My sweet little brother Frat Fag saw Alpha Joe’s comment and responded to it this way:
I read the post and even saw that someone named Alpha Joe responded. I saw his words and, even if they are reality, it still hurts. Not like he was trying to hurt my feelings, I’m more than aware he was not. But I guess I thought it would be different, that I didn’t have to just be a piece of property to Duke (or any other Alpha if I ever serve again). I mean I’m only 24, so I have plenty of time ahead of me.
Such a beautiful, humble response from RyRy!
I thank Alpha Joe for his continued contributions to the ongoing discussions around here! Alpha input is always welcome, and often sorely needed!