Hawaiian Guy Gets Back


2023. Explore naked men pictures in this explicit, violent horror story from the “Taboo Truths and Tales” podcast series. Its an episode named “Hawaiian Guy Gets Back.” This revenge story shows muscular naked men pictures in a Honolulu story which follows the tragedy of a father whose young son is tortured and murdered at a … Read more

Indigenous Warriors Death Dancing


2023. The provocative simultaneous hanging of 38 men who were Dakota (Sioux) warriors took place on the day after Christmas in 1862. This original 3D illustration is my fictionalized tribute to those indigenous men in Minnesota who died together on that day. Proponents of white supremacy choose to deny and disregard what was the largest military mass execution in American history. Let them deny and disregard, but they reveal their blindness by doing so. The attempts for a century and a half to erase this from history have largely been overcome by the persistence of those who want the truth to be known no matter how unpleasant it may be. This terrifying incident is all the more shocking because the hanging of these 38 indigenous men who were defending their tribe and territory took place on a specially-constructed gallows which was officially approved in Washington, DC by none other than President Abraham Lincoln, himself. Discover more: https://www.zinnedproject.org/news/tdih/execution-dakota/

Some may mistakenly think this is fiction, but it is real life. The Wild West of America in the late 19th century was a time of real-life lawlessness. Hollywood movies persuaded many people to believe the Wild West was macho and fun because of bolstering masculinity and conquest. In reality, however, cowboys rode freely across the prairies often with little regard for anything or anyone but themselves. Gunfights were an everyday occurrence. Killings with guns was common. This was also a time when Native American Indians were subjected to terrible injustices at the hands of cowboys and others who came to what had been native lands which were populated by indigenous people.

For centuries, Native American Indians had been living in the vast open spaces of North America long before the arrival of European settlers. Their way of life was very different from that of the settlers, which was mainly focused on agriculture, and the two groups coexisted in relative peace.

However, as the settlers began to move westward in search of land and minerals, they encroached on Native American land and began to change the ecosystem with widespread deforestation and hunting. This caused a rift between the two groups that would not soon be mended.

The cowboys were a new breed of American settlers that emerged during the Wild West days. They roamed the countryside in search of adventure and fortune, often leading cattle drives across vast distances. While some cowboys were peaceful and respectful of Native American culture, others were very antagonistic and saw the Native Americans as an obstacle to their progress.

Many of the cowboys saw the Native Americans as primitive savages and had little respect for their way of life. They would often mock them, abuse them, and even kill them for no apparent reason. Cowboys would get away with killing Native Americans because in those days, Native Americans were not considered as significant as people of European ancestry. Many Native Americans felt compelled to flee their homes and retreat deeper into the wilderness to escape violence, death and destruction.

One of the most infamous events during this time was the Battle of Little Bighorn in 1876, where General George Custer’s forces were defeated by a coalition of Native American tribes led by the famous warrior whose name was Crazy Horse. Though often portrayed as a heroic struggle between savage Indians and brave soldiers, it was in fact a battle over land rights that ended tragically for both sides. Greed so often leads to violence and death. This was a classic example of that outcome.

The violence between cowboys and Native Americans continued for many years, with many more battles, massacres, and injustices inflicted on the Indians. The cowboys eventually faded away, replaced by new technologies such as railroads and automobiles, but the legacy of their abuse of the Native Americans remains.

In the present day there is a growing awareness of the suffering that Native Americans endured during the Wild West days, and many steps are being taken to remedy past injustices. Nevertheless, the scars run deep, and the memory of the torment inflicted by the cowboys on the Native American Indians will never be easily forgotten.

Desert Warrior

desert warrior

2022. He fights to the death to protect his tribe in the desert.

Stories of men in the desert defending their territory and tribe have been told for centuries, and they continue to be popular today. There are several reasons why these stories resonate so deeply with audiences, even in modern times.

The first reason is the primal urge to protect one’s community. Humans are social animals, and we have an innate desire to protect those who are close to us. Stories of men in the desert defending their tribe tap into this primal urge and show us the importance of standing up for our community, no matter the cost.

Secondly, these stories highlight the struggle between good and evil. The desert is often used as a metaphor for a harsh and unforgiving environment, and the men who defend their tribe are seen as heroes who are willing to face these challenges head-on. They are often up against formidable foes, such as invading armies or rival tribes, and their bravery in the face of such adversity makes them all the more inspiring.

Another reason why these stories are so compelling is that they offer a sense of escapism. In our modern world, many of us lead sedentary lives, working desk jobs and spending much of our time indoors. Stories of men in the desert defending their territory offer a chance to imagine a different kind of life, one that is rugged, adventurous, and filled with danger and even sexual thrills.

Finally, these stories offer a sense of cultural identity and pride. Many stories of men in the desert defending their tribe are rooted in ancient traditions and beliefs, and they serve as a reminder of the rich cultural heritage of the areas where they originated. They offer a sense of connection to the past and an understanding of the values and beliefs that have shaped us as a people.

Stories of brave men in the desert who defend their territory and tribe resonate deeply with audiences for many tangible reasons. Such stories tap into our primal urge to protect our community, highlight the struggle between good and evil, offer a sense of escapism, and provide a connection to our cultural heritage. As long as humans have a desire to tell stories, these tales of bravery and heroism will continue to captivate us for generations to come.