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Dan decided to let him off the hook for the timebeing and do some mingling himself. He was approached by a few like-mindedpeople as soon as he was alone. His interest in Kyle hasn’t gone unnoticed, andhe quickly gathered some useful info, including the fact that Kyle was not onlysingle at the moment, but also never had an official boyfriend since he came touniversity. Interesting.

After a few more conversations and exchangede-mails, the meeting started again, and Dan was increasingly taken aback byKyle’s sterile attitude. If the guy could become more ‘normal’ by cutting offtwo of his fingers, he would probably take the risk. It made Dan wonder, whathid beneath the surface of his prim and proper attitude, so he stayed behindwhen the meeting came to an end.

After exchanging goodbyes with the people he gotto know during the past two hours, he helped Kyle and two other guys fold thechairs and arrange them back on their respective stacks. But soon, they wereleft alone in the empty, room, and the silence became so intense it was givingDan goosebumps. He watched Kyle pack the used paper plates and cups into atrash bag. Kyle's shoulders seemed painfully stiff, and he wouldn't look back.

“Need help?” Dan slowly walked over to the table,eyeing the skittish club president.

“Oh, you’re still here,” he stated the obvious andlooked back at Dan, clutching at the trash bag. “Nah, I’m good, just need tomake sure the place is tidy before I go.”

Dan joined him anyway, making sure to‘accidentally’ brush against his arm. He wondered if he could score tonight.“It’s late, I was thinking I could walk you home, and we could continue ourconversation.”

“Why? Do I look like I’m afraid of the dark?” Kylesmiled, adjusting his messenger bag.

“No, but I liked chatting to you earlier.” Danleaned against the table, brushing over Kyle with his gaze intensely enough forhim to notice.

“In the spirit of equality, how about I walk youhome, huh?” It sounded like a challenge, but Kyle took a step back.

Dan chuckled, glad that he had left his room tidy.It looked like Kyle couldn’t have guests, so maybe he was staying with hisparents? “Fair enough, though it’s off-campus.”

“I don’t mind a walk, the weather’s nice.” Kyleshrugged, and they made their way out of the room. “Unless you live in acreep-tastic forest and you’re actually a serial killer, looking for young gaymeat?”

“Nah.” Dan squeezed Kyle’s arm and gently pulledhim towards the exit. “Though one of my roommates considers creep-tastic hisaesthetic of choice.”

“Oh yeah? How come?” Kyle looked to his hand witha frown.

Dan led him out into the silent corridor. “You’dhave to see his room. I’m afraid to enter that dump.”

“I’m afraid going into creepy strangers’ rooms isnot my idea of fun. So why’d you move here?”

Dan shrugged, letting go of him so he could lockthe room. “My former college was, well, in a very small city, and I felt ratherunentertained. It just wasn’t my kind of place.”

“Oh really? I come from a smaller town too. Maybethat’s why I’m so enthusiastic about this club. You wouldn’t get anything likeit back in my crappy high school.” Kyle put the keys back into his pocket, andthey started walking down the corridor.

“That’s why you ran for president?” Dan walkedclose to him, making sure they touched once in a while. Kyle was very much histype, toned but slim, and he was intrigued by all the crazy stuff the guy waspreaching.

Kyle nodded and gave Dan a quick glance. “Yeah, Istudy International Relations, and I like being in charge of stuff like this,but to be honest, it wasn’t much of a campaign. Most people don’t want theresponsibility anyway. Someone could say I treat it too seriously, but I reallythink that bit by bit, we can make a change.”

Dan sighed, opening the door for Kyle, as theyleft the building. It was peaceful and dark, so at least no one would listen inon their conversation. “And you think sanitizing people can make that happen?”

“Uhm... ‘sanitizing’?” Kyle frowned. “Did you waitfor me, just to argue? Maybe I’m not as big as you, but I don’t take crap frompeople. That’s one thing I learned in high school,” he remarked, dumping theclub garbage into a trashcan.

Dan shrugged. “Yeah, by trying to make peopleaspire to the mythical straight, cisgendered norm.”

“You’re so smart, Dan. I think you should run forpresident next year.” Kyle rolled his eyes. “It’s not all that simple. It’s noteasy to get people to respect you, if you walk around in your leatherunderpants. There has to be a starting point, we’re not animals.”

They crossed the empty street and headed past theresidence halls, towards the border of the campus. The sounds of a guitar and asoft male voice came from the smoking shelter by one of the buildings. A groupof people were gathered in the shelter, listening in, the red dots of theircigarettes floating to the rhythm. Dan smiled and breathed in the cool,fragrant air.

“Animals don’t wear leather and don’t havefetishes. How more human can one get?” Dan wiggled his eyebrows, but Kylelooked away.

“When I was in high school, there was another gayguy I knew of, but the thing was, everyone knew that he was gay. I suppose Iblended in more. One day, I saw this guy being attacked, and I called thepolice. The thing is though, how can we keep stuff like this at bay, if we as acommunity promote the image of gays as ‘pussy-boys who want to be fucked’ ontheir knees, by buff guys in leather?”

Dan snorted. He knew many guys had a very stereotypicalview on sex, but he didn't expect it from someone so young and seeminglyprogressive. “I think the question should be: ‘how can we be accepted if wekeep blending in so that no one suspects we’re gay’?”

“You don’t seem to have that problem. All buff andhot--” Kyle looked to him, but quickly shied away when the words came out ofhis mouth. He passed the gate separating the campus from the city street, butthen looked back, waiting for directions.

Dan smiled and let his hand roam over Kyle’s back.It was more toned than it seemed. “Not so bad yourself.”

Kyle looked away, to a small cafe they werepassing. It was peaceful, with the sounds of conversations all around them,even though there weren’t many people actually walking down the sidewalk. Theywere now walking along a street with numerous shops, many of which were stillopen for late-evening customers. “I mean... That’s not the point I wanted tomake.”

“I know, but if acceptance is what you want, youcan’t just try to blend in. It’s a vicious circle.”

“But there are some things people don’t need toknow.” Kyle kept looking back at him, but didn’t shy away from the touch. Dannodded.

“Yeah, nobody needs to know whether you’re a top,or a bottom, but if what you’re doing is more of a lifestyle, then yes, theyshould.”

“I wouldn’t want people to see me as some deviantinstead of seeing the person I am - someone with a professional attitude, notsome vulnerable gay boy. It just attracts the wrong kind of attention.” Kyleshrugged, looking down at the sidewalk.

Dan crooked his head and leaned over him as theywalked. His predatory nature was getting the best of him. “Are you a vulnerablegay boy?” The goosebumps he evoked on Kyle’s skin made him smile.

A flush crept up Kyle’s neck, and he moved awayfrom Dan’s hand. “N--no! But I’m starting to think you’re a bit of an asshole.That’s just my luck, I’m always attracted to assholes. Better to know soonerthan later.” He stopped at the corner of the street and crossed his arms overhis chest, slouching. He seemed a lot more distressed than Dan’s silly line wasworth.

“Why do you think I’m an asshole?” Dan spread hisarms with a slight frown. At least Kyle admitted to liking him.

“Because who asks a question like that? It’s sooffensive!”

“I just used your own words, how can you blameme?”

Kyle looked up at him slowly, and Dan could notwork out what cogs were turning in that pretty head. “Anyone with self respectcan’t agree to being addressed like that.”

Dan started walking again, but made sure Kylefollowed. “Not in any real-life situation, no. But some people like beingvulnerable when playing.”

Kyle hesitated, but did in fact follow Dan.“Playing what? Like flirting? I’m really not sure...”

“Flirting, fucking, and so on.” Dan flashed him asmall smile, but was watchful of Kyle’s reaction.

“I don’t know if I’m comfortable with thistopic...” Kyle stared at the pavement again as they passed an abstractsculpture that reminded Dan of a shoe hitting into someone's butt. Howappropriate.

Dan raised an eyebrow, struck by a suddensuspicion. “You’re not asexual, are you?”

“No, no! I mean... I am very sexual. I mean,” Kylelooked up at Dan, “not in the sense that I sleep around, just that... God, I’ma mess.” He slapped his forehead.

“What then?” Dan put a hand over Kyle’s nape andsqueezed it gently, pulling him into the street he lived in. With the buildingsbeing a few stories high and only a few lanterns in strategic spots, it wasn’twell illuminated after dark. “Are you shy? That’s okay,” he assured him, hopinghis roommates were out. He didn’t want Kyle to flee.

“Yes.” Kyle's answer was stern and he took a deepbreath. “I wish I wasn’t, so I hope it doesn’t put you off. I’m really workingon it and... damn, your hand is so hot.”

Dan swallowed, loving how Kyle instinctivelylowered his head at the touch to the back of his neck. He looked around to makesure no one would see them and leaned down to place a soft kiss on the heatedskin between his fingers. “I don’t mind. We could work on it together, what doyou say?”

“That sounds good, I hadn’t dated in a while.”Kyle’s breath hitched, but he stayed in place. Dan groaned and pulled himcloser, embracing his shoulders.

“That’s my door over there.” He pointed to the redbrick building where he shared an apartment with a two other guys. “Wanna comein for a coffee then?”

Kyle looked up at him and slowly put a hand on hischest. “Let’s take things a bit slower, okay?”

Dan sighed, somewhat disappointed, but he didn’twant to try to coerce him... or something. “Yeah, sure. What do you have inmind?”

“We could grab that coffee tomorrow on campus, youknow, get to know each other better. I’m just not the kind of guy who takes aleap off a cliff.”

“Have you ever tried to?” Dan brushed the back ofhis hand over Kyle’s cheek and watched his lips part into an ‘oh’. Too cute.How old could Kyle even be? Twenty? Nineteen?

“No, I usually take the bike ride along thecountryside road and never manage to get where I want to.”

Dan sighed, pulling him even closer. Did this guyhave some kind of sexual anxiety? He vaguely considered ignoring the attractionand pursuing someone less timid, but looking into those eyes, it was hard torefuse them. “Doesn’t that tell you that maybe you need to change yourstrategy?”

“Maybe. But I don’t really want to break my neck,do I?” There was a strange tension in his voice, and Dan wasn’t sure whatexactly Kyle meant.

Slowly, he pushed Kyle against the wall of thebuilding closest to them and leaned over him. “What gave you that idea?”

“I barely know you, and you seem kinda reckless,”whispered Kyle, all tense, but he didn’t make a move to squirm away.

Dan nuzzled his ear, breathing in the sweet smellof shampoo. The shape of Kyle’s body, slim, with broad shoulders and narrowhips, really made him horny. He’d love to pin him down and make him beg for it.“Yeah, I’m your cliff.”

Kyle slowly ran his fingers up Dan’s arms, makinghis skin tingle. “I don’t usually do these kind of things. I like my spine inone piece.”

Dan snorted, leaning over him until their noseswere almost touching. He inhaled Kyle’s warm breath, his lips already throbbingin anticipation. “I promise to deliver you home intact.”

“I can imagine I’d lose something in that seabeneath the cliff.” Kyle let out a nervous laugh and never took his gaze offDan’s chest. But Dan had other plans and tipped his head only to capture Kyle’slips in a passionate kiss. The shiver that went all the way down his body madehim lean even closer, framing Kyle’s body from the front as well as he couldwith their height difference. His blood went rushing down, making himlightheaded, and to his glee, it turned out Kyle was just as ‘happy’ with thecloseness. When Dan gently pushed his thigh against Kyle’s crotch, he couldalready feel how hard his cock was. He forced himself to tear his mouth awayand looked around, happy that no one spotted them yet. He listened to Kyle’sragged breathing and pulled him close.

“Come upstairs?”

“No, I can’t. I really don’t do this kinda thing.One night stands and stuff. You’re scorching hot, but I...” Kyle slowly slidout of the embrace and took a step to the side. The ragged breathing, made Danalready imagine how he would look right after being fucked. Dan suppressed agroan and scratched his head, hoping his hardening cock wasn’t too obvious inhis jeans. He wasn’t sure if he was angry, or just disappointed by the turn ofevents, but that was it for the night.

“Okay.” He nodded, forcing himself to take anotherstep back.

Kyle gripped onto his messenger bag and swallowed,fiddling with the strap. “I’m sorry,” he mumbled.

Oh shit, not the beaten puppy look! Dan bit hislip and rested his hands on his belt to keep them in check. “Don’t worry, I wastoo persistent.”

Kyle looked up at him. “And I want to go for it,but... I’m just really not sure if I can jump yet. We’re still up for coffeetomorrow?” He smiled and took a step back. Something in Dan’s stomach made aquick backflip.

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