His last name is the same as an early president, known for losing our first war.

Under wraps for now but I've got an altogether new and different kind of dancing boy blind in the works. Yes, it's about dancing boys, but it's also about...millennials - specifically two. One is a friend of mine (he went to the college - at the same time/knows Jordan Peele - and is an accomplished YA writer), and the other is someone everyone will know, this person's childhood friend (who is a famous or I should say infamous convert to a certain religion, and tried to have my friend recruited as a dancing boy).

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A Dancing Boy Blind

Under wraps for now but I’ve got an altogether new and different kind of dancing boy blind in the works.

Yes, it’s about dancing boys, but it’s also about…millennials – specifically two.

One is a friend of mine (he went to the college – at the same time/knows Jordan Peele – and is an accomplished YA writer), and the other is someone everyone will know, this person’s childhood friend (who is a famous or I should say infamous convert to a certain religion, and tried to have my friend recruited as a dancing boy). The clue is a certain country, where the second person was unexpectedly found/caught.

As to the name of the writer (he’s a cute little 30-something mouseypants), his first name is the last name of a fading conservative icon who wrote multiple best selling books about virtue but had a secret vice associated with this city in the west.

His last name is the same as an early president, known for losing our first war.

Friend/writer: Bennett Madison
President: James Madison Jr. was an American statesman and Founding Father who served as the fourth President of the United States from 1809 to 1817.

Childhood friend: John Walker Lindh
John Phillip Walker Lindh is a U.S. citizen who was captured as an enemy combatant during the United States’ invasion of Afghanistan in November 2001. He was captured and detained at Qala-i-Jangi fortress, used as a prison.