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Part One

BALLS, THE WOMB AND MEXICO CITY. Homosexuals on the bus. The fearful no-man's land that is Tepito. A strange encounter with Puma, the cigar salesman. Calle de Peru and lucha libre. A narrow escape from a gentleman's club. Professor Soledad is caught with his trousers down. Teotihuacán and its big black onyx cock. Caleb Selah becomes Místico.


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Balls, The Womb and Mexico City 4
We pay the Zona Arqueológica entrance money of 45 pesos each and I tie my shirt around my waist to conceal the fact my trousers are falling down. I contemplate a belt from one of the callejones, but the belts all have big buckles with the word “Teotihuacán” engraved upon them and I don’t want that. I join the others in buying a sombrero, however.
 
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Balls, The Womb and Mexico City 3
We decide to crush the anguish of Místico’s defeat with Cal’s new cigars and alcohol. Because of a fruitless stroll through Zona Rosa, however, a predominantly gay area of Mexico City that offers no bars we want to visit, packed only with people we do not want to meet, despondency falls like a rain to make us feel even worse.
 
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02-Aug-2010 David Kerekes
 
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Balls, The Womb and Mexico City 2
The centre of town in Mexico City doesn’t serve the visitor much beyond a litany of woes around the next corner. There is no Louvre, no Pantheon, no changing of the guard, the landmarks of famous cities around the world, only fish stalls with a police force marching through them primed ready to split a skull or two.
 
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Balls, The Womb and Mexico City 1
“Esto es un lugar muy peligroso,” says our driver,self appointed minister for tourism, as he pulls his cab away from the Terminal del Norte bus station, making a left toward Mexico City, or irrevocable change as I like to call it, the flat city, the largest land mass of people of any one city in the world city. “This is a very dangerous place,” he adds redundantly.
 
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02-Aug-2010 David Kerekes
 
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