Love Letters from St Kilda Road

Remember this psycho?

Mick Potts

Seems someone posted something  Mick didn’t like which of course got his loins all stirred and the blood surging through his racially pure veins. Attention from other men, particularly other men who don’t agree with him, does that to Mick.

So Mick of course did the manly race warrior thing and spammed the guy’s Facebook Inbox with hate messages love letters.

Such power, such passion has not been equalled since…dare we say it…the times of the Elizabethans and the Romantics.

First Mick warms up his quarry with a flourish.

Mick Potts 1

This is followed by Mick shyly getting to know his target by sharing his interests. Such upwelling passion! What a stud!

Mick Potts 2

A few erotic hints there. Mick loves to play doctors and nurses and he loves men with big mouths.

Mick Potts 3

The size of his lusts now fully exposed, Mick gives his target the full-bodied flattery bit, ALL IN CAPS to show how big he is…and how multicultural in his interests…

Mick Potts 4

Now to arouse his intended’s passion to the height of his own he shares some photos which normally give him hard-ons, hoping for the same response.

Mick Potts 6

In fact so excited is Mick he posts the same one twice. We aren’t sure what the last one is…it looks like rainbow- coloured urinals. But, whatever turns Mick on.

And on a variation of the “walks on the beach” so popular with cyber-daters, Mick now suggests his beloved walks to Melbourne.

Mick Potts 7

We hope there won’t be another instalment. We don’t want to excite our readers too much. Especially the bogots who can SO ROOLY RELATE to eroticism disguised as abuse.

On a more scholarly note:

Gay left-wing commentator Johann Hari examines the overwhelming evidence for a subtext of suppressed homo-erotica in far right movements

Gay rights campaigner Peter Tatchell has a sensitive and intriguing explanation. “There are many reasons for this kind of thing,” he says. “Some of them are in denial. They are going for hyper-masculinity, the most extreme possible way of being a man. It’s a way of ostentatiously rejecting the perceived effeminacy of the homosexual ‘Other’. These troubled men have a simple belief in their minds: ‘Straight men are tough. Queers are weak. Therefore if I’m tough I can’t be queer.’ It’s a desperate way of proving their manhood.”


‘Searchlight’ magazine – the bible of the British anti-fascist movement, with moles in every major far-right organisation – offers an alternative explanation. “Generally condemned by a society that continues to be largely hostile to gays, some men may find refuge and a new power status in the far right,” one of their writers has explained. “Through adherence to the politics espoused by fascist groups, a new identity emerges – one where they aren’t outcasts, because they are White Men, superior to everyone else. They render the gay part of their identity invisible – or reject the socially less acceptable parts, like being feminine – while vaunting what they see as superior.”

So there you have it.

11 thoughts on “Love Letters from St Kilda Road

  1. Such an articulate and eloquent young man. Perusing his musings, one cannot help but be overawed by the brilliance… the sheer superiority… of this most outstanding specimen of the master-race. I cannot also help but envy the sheer mental discipline, overpowering intellect and perspicacity that Mr Potts displays with such humility; it almost is as if he himself is not aware of his own greatness.

  2. I used to work with a guy who reminds me of Mick (and many others featured here). Talking about a fellow worker who he was convinced was gay he suggested he’d tear this guy’s bumhole to teach him a lesson (presumably for being gay). I pointed out that fantasising about anal sex with a gay guy probably made him gay too. He then came back with this retort which has been burned in my mind ever since; “No, you’re only gay if you’re the one taking it.”

  3. Wanting to track someone down and threatening them in public? You left yourself wide open there Micky of being proven of breaking the law?

  4. I suggest Mick moved house, because it must be so difficult living in East St Kilda being such a homophobe, Chapel Street isn’t too far away. 😐

  5. What a foul mouthed, obnoxious piece of work. I wonder if he is as vocal with his hatred and prejudice on the streets of St Kilda as he is online?

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