XXX fan fiction about Paul Ryan’s and Aaron Schock’s gay love affair

Triple X fan fiction about Republican Congressmen Aaron Schock and Paul Ryan.

And it’s really well written.

And pornographic.

I’ve never quite seen anything like this.

Just go. And read. Now. (But maybe not at work – it’s quite racey.)

triple-xxx-aaron-schock-paul-ryan-largeA snippet of the first post, that went up yesterday (Sunday):

It was his smile, Aaron had decided.

Not to say that was all, though. There were a lot of things Aaron liked about Paul. Of course, he was tall, slender, dark-haired. His eyes were reassuring and handsome.

He was obsessive about his personal fitness. He cared deeply about those close to him. He had an outstanding sense of humor, but he never resorted to jokes about others. His laugh could make any room come alive.

And there was his intellect. His vision. His ability to see how things were possible that no one else could.

But most of all, it was his smile. Mischievous, yet kind, and friendly. It was a smile that caused Aaron to feel something deep inside, no matter how many times he saw it.

He had only known Paul for a few years, but he’d known who Paul was for much longer. Aaron first read about Paul in the papers while Aaron was finishing high school in Peoria. A 28-year-old from just a few hours north of him, in Janesville, Wisconsin, had gotten elected to the United States Congress.

Very impressive, Aaron thought to himself. And very good-looking.

Less than a decade later, at the age of 27, Aaron got elected as well. He’d had a meteoric rise during his 20’s – becoming a school board president and a member of the Illinois state legislature. He was one to watch, people would say.

And now he was in Congress. And so was Paul….

It’s seriously well written.  And gets extremely racy in the bed scene at the end.


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  • bandanajack

    actually, mike, you have kind of garbled that description of slash. slash became so named but the protagonists are involved in a same sex relationship, or an inter species relationship for the sci-fi slash geeks.

    the term is derived from the common shorthand for such a relationship, male/male, female/female, or human/octopoid. the / is read as slash.

    writing about actual living people is a VERY fringe subset of the slash community and most often is about actors with particularly evident chemistry, or actors or characters who in the canon realm do not interact. these slash pairings often have a following, and the followings assemble under an agreed upon portmanteau, like STEREK, for the fictional characters STILES/DEREK for characters in the tv series TEENWOLF.

    there is much more to be said, probably unnecessarily about the world of slash, but that will probably com in the form of scholarly dissertation, or a non-fiction study of the phenomenon.

  • bertinanth764

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  • Aaron

    I almost liked Ryan after reading this lol

  • Mike_in_the_Tundra

    Best wishes. It may sound boring to have so much in common with your partner, but for us, it made our lives super entertaining.

  • DRoseDARs

    Rule 34. No exceptions.

  • Dakotahgeo

    I smell another GOTP debacle in the wind. Everything true… starts with a rumor…!

  • Drew2u

    but do we know if the ding-dong matches the dumbbell?

  • Butch1

    It used to be in the South, but that’s another story. ;-)
    ( come to think of it, it might still be today. ) heh heh

  • http://adgitadiaries.com/ karmanot

    I’m thing Bareback Mt.

  • http://adgitadiaries.com/ karmanot

    It always OK to wear white after Labor Day in Vegas and LA.

  • http://adgitadiaries.com/ karmanot

    rotfl!

  • http://adgitadiaries.com/ karmanot

    My sentiments exactly

  • http://adgitadiaries.com/ karmanot

    At least we’ll know if the doormat matches the drapes.

  • cantake8

    I love hearing about men who make life together work. I’m bored with hook-up culture, never was much of a drinker so bars didn’t attract me, and really wanted to find someone with whom to be politically active TOGETHER. My third boyfriend in two years ended up being the keeper, 16 months now. I hope we last as long as you two, I have such respect for him. I once read that the measure of a man is not how many partners he attracts, but how long he can please ONE. We’re both the type who would rather go to a great movie, read a book or hear an environmental or political speaker than hit a beer bust. He has this framed saying in his kitchen that has stuck with me from the first time I saw it: “Love does not consist in looking at one another, but in looking together in the same direction.” Antoine du Saint-Exupery (author of The Little Prince). All the best to you.

  • fletcher

    This sort of fan fiction has been going on a long time, considering that the magazine Brill’s Content did an article on gay fan-fics websites in 2001. But the Ryan-Aaron story indicates they are getting racier.

  • Mike_in_the_Tundra

    I’ll see you and raise you seventeen years. I stretched an one night stand into 28 years. At first, my husband had a deer in the headlights look, but he knew we worked as a couple. I agree with you about Paul Ryan.

  • jomicur

    Craig Ferguson tells the story of the time when, alone in a hotel room and horribly bored, he decided to shave his entire body: “I looked like a dolphin.”

  • Butch1

    I agree with you; I think he’s gay and either in denial or hiding in his closet.

  • http://www.americablog.com/ Naja pallida

    If this had been posted on Breitbart, and backed up with documentation from Orly Taitz, it’d be taken as fact and echoed endlessly for years… but because it’s written by someone we don’t know, it’s “fan fiction”? Seems to me, by the Republican standard of proof, Ryan and Schock should have to now provide evidence to us that this story isn’t based in reality.

  • cantake8

    Same with my first boyfriend who was 11 years older, who didn’t realize until eight months later I was there to stay and not interested in anyone else. I was just pointing out that Paul Ryan is a freak, and despite his gym toned physique, his face is turning into the one he has earned: exsanguinated, bloodthirsty — looking ready to feed on anyone with blood.

  • Mike_in_the_Tundra

    I don’t know about the “old freak” thing. My husband was almost fifteen years my senior. I was the aggressor when we met. I made the correct choice.

  • Mike_in_the_Tundra

    Well, he may be taking the metrosexual thing to the nth degree, but that outfit made my gaydar go into overdrive. Of course, you can’t really make those judgements based on how someone dresses. I think I’m about as gay as one can get, and my idea of dressing up is clean jeans.

  • Butch1

    I still cannot get the image of Aaron at that summer fair in the white pants with the white belt ( I think it was ) and the colorful madras shirt he had on. I think it may have been past Labor Day when it wasn’t appropriate to wear white pants anymore, yet he wore them and looked rather like he should have been at a gay block party instead. He always dancing around his orientation instead of a “straight” answer which usually is an indicator that the person is gay. Who knows and frankly, who cares.

  • Butch1

    I think someone is trying to make a point of Aaron’s “confirmed bachelorhood.” How many times can one point out just how nice looking the other guy is without making that point noticeable to any dunce what they are trying to say in between the lines? ;-)

    I didn’t need to go any further into the story to know what may be happening next. ;-)

  • Buford2k11

    This gives new meaning to “santorum” in congress heh?

  • Melinda Li

    That was beautiful and gross at the same time. I want to cry AND vomit.

  • http://www.newmillgay.com/ The_Fixer

    Umm, so now we have Eddie Munster and a congressman that I haven’t heard of in fan-fic?

    Oy! I think I’ll pass.

  • http://heimaey.us/ heimaey

    I actually wouldn’t mind seeing them go at it.

  • Mike_in_the_Tundra

    Perhaps you should have had one of us summarize it for you. Truthfully, the idea of Eddie Munster naked was too much for me. Schock naked didn’t bother me as much, except the author described him as shaven smooth.

  • cantake8

    He’s certainly made all the correct protestations coupled with shirtless photo ops.

  • cantake8

    That cracked me up!

  • cantake8

    In real life I imagine Aaron looks at Paul looking at him and thinks, “Old freak.” But it may be the only pairing in which either of them feel safe, “polling” the Log Cabin Republicans could come back to haunt them.

  • Indigo

    I love how our nation is coming together . . . Yikes!

  • JamesR

    What dyspeptic Sunday fare!

    Yet quite reminiscent of the Spock-Kirk fiction that’s been on the web for decades now. Leaving me with a “You haven’t read Shakespeare until you’ve read it in the original Klingon” feeling…

    Yet if you really wanna go there, the classic http://ifuckedanncoulterintheasshard.blogspot.com/ canNOT be beaten. It’s a real hoot and really rings true!

  • bandanajack

    add me to the “mental pictures i did not need to have” column, although i wouldn’t mind seeing schock doing the deed elsewhere. ryan would be too much like necrophilia.

  • Thom Allen

    Finally Paul Ryan found something PRODUCTIVE to do while in the House.

  • http://www.rebeccamorn.com/mind BeccaM

    *shudder*

    I really did not need that before bedtime…

  • uhhuhh

    I had to quit reading at the part fawning over Paul Ryan’s intellect and vision. The writer is obviously a member of the Washington press corps, as that is their manufactured narrative about Ryan.

  • Mike_in_the_Tundra

    I don’t know about congress, but the rest of us presumed it.

  • Mike_in_the_Tundra

    May I add to your eew? It mentioned that Aaron was shaven smooth. That’s just plain wrong. Trimming it is fine, but please, no shaving. There was a stand up comedian who told about his husband shaving everything. He said it looked like turkey parts.

  • Mike_in_the_Tundra

    It’s called slash. Slash is pornographic fiction about people in the public eye. The slash that I have seen has always been about gay relations. Of course, I guess I wouldn’t check it out if it was a straight coupling. My husband once wrote some about Hugh Jackman, because he knew how I felt about Hugh. There use to be a site where people could exhibit their slash. The site may no longer exist, because it’s been close to ten years since my husband exhibited his work.

  • FLL

    Isn’t Aaron Schock presumed to be gay by his colleagues in Congress?

  • BrianG

    Congressman Adam Kinzinger is gonna be pissed. I’m not sure I would characterize that story as “fiction” or “satire.” I think it was written by someone quite familiar with Aaron.

  • Jim Olson

    Eew.

  • FLL

    That would be considered a spoiler.

  • FLL

    Fanfiction is a blessing. It’s not just Harry Potter and Draco Malfoy anymore. I know there are fanfiction awards for this sort of thing. This piece could be a frontrunner.

  • LosGatosCA

    Do they climb a 14,000 foot peak together>?

    No, don’t tell me.

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