Won't back talk again. by frakme My step dad married my mom when I was 14. He was big on discipline and manners and he insisted i say yes sir, no sir to him and yes ma'am and no ma'am to my mother. I did not want to comply at all. My real dad only required me to use yes sir and no sir if I was being scolded. My step dad insisted that I use sir and ma'am at all times with all adults. One day I refused by answering my step dad with a plain old yes. Next thing I knew is that he put me in the car and dragged me to the barber shop he went to and forced me to get a military high and tight hair cut. I had tears running down my face. If I had been respectful and used my sirs and maams all the time, I would have been able to keep my hair. I felt so screwed. From then on, I was good about using my sirs and ma'ams with my parents and all adults. My step dad said if I did not comply, the next step was a complete head shave which I knew I did not want. Now I am in my late 20's and I am teaching my 4 year old son to say yes sir and no sir to me. by Jake on 27 Feb 2017
The Competitor by Paul I think it is time for the other boy - perhaps! Would love to read that. by John on 27 Feb 2017
Dr. Lee and the Three Bears by burrlypup "Disclaimer: This story is really, really gay themed. I promise I’ll write a dozen wholesome straight themed ones to balance it out."
- Appreciate your stories, mate. But why that disclaimer? Are there some 'gay/straight quotas' in place here? by anon on 26 Feb 2017
The Pine Ridge Barber by Kaleb McKinley great well written story, love to read part 2 by fireblade on 26 Feb 2017