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Wednesday, 30 March 2011

Live and Direct from Toledo, OH....

Steve produced and starred in a short video for a website called greyschoolshorts.net. This is a forum where men (and the odd woman or two) share their passion for boys wearing school uniforms.

Here's the even shorter intro posted on YouTube.



Tuesday, 29 March 2011

Steve Sedlar Fact File

Name: Steven Sedlar
Race: Caucasian
Age: 40 to 45
Location: Toledo, Ohio
Occupation: None
Income: Social Security benefits
Family: Lives with elderly parents
School: Waite High School
Religion: Catholic
Interests: Sewing and baking

Monday, 28 March 2011

Steve Sedlar's Many Faces


 "Sean"
 
LoganSperman2

LoganSperman2

LoganSperman2

Steve Sedlar as "Sean" the boy model. Steve is responsible for several now defunct websites that offered boys willing to "model" for paying admirers. Steve's websites also offered videos and images of children which would be legally classed as child pornography in many jurisdictions.

Steve

LoganSperman2

LoganSperman2

LoganSperman2

LoganSperman2 in 1983

LoganSperman2 2011


Steve being himself at home in the kitchen. Notice the wispy hair sticking out from beneath his beloved baseball cap. Steve was a regular visitor to Usenet message boards that offered advice on androgenic alopecia back in the 1990's.




"Logan Sperman"





Steve Sedlar as 14 year old "Logan Sperman".  In fact this isn't Steve at all but the image of an unknown teen whose videos may be seen on various video sharing websites. Steve began posing as "Logan" around 2005 on this website, before moving on to a fresh new video sharing site called YouTube. And the rest, as they say, is history.

(If you happen to recognize this person, please get in touch)

Friday, 25 March 2011

American Pie


This is a picture of Steve Sedlar taken in 2010. He is seen here in the centre holding the 2nd prize Ribbon presented to him in the Pie Baking competition held at McQueen Orchards in Holland, Ohio.

Tuesday, 8 March 2011

Editing Posts With Steve Sedlar

It's easy to go back to an old post from, say,2005 and give it a total rewrite. Perhaps something you said back then didn't tie in with what you were currently saying.




Check back in 6 years time. This post may have changed.