WHAT IS THIS BLOG ALL ABOUT?

On this blog you I am going to share my world with you. What can you expect to find here -- First of all lots of sexy men, off all shapes and types, something for everyone, as I can find beauty in most men. You are going to find that I have a special fondness for Vintage Beefcake and Porn of the 60's, 70's, and 80's. Also, I love the average guy, and if you want to see yourself on here, just let me know. Be as daring as you like, as long as you are of age, let me help you share it with the world! Also, you are going to find many of my points of views, on pop culture, politics and our changing world. Look to see posts about pop culture, politics, entertainment, sex, etc. There is not any subject that I find as something I won't discuss or offer my point of view. Most of all, I hope you are going to enjoy what I post. ENJOY!

Saturday, July 20, 2013

Bedtime Snack


The Homosexual Gourmand:

Gerard Butler, Ryan Gosling, Princes Harry & William, Liam Hemsworth, Joe Manganiello & Devon Sawa
From:  Boy Culture
 From In Touch (July 29, 2013), how hot is Liam Hemsworth in a towel?
 The same issue has Gerard Butler showing off his rather long tongue:
 Ryan Gosling lookin' fine in OK! (July 29, 2013):
 Former kid star Devon Sawa is all grown up now and sexily shirtless in Nikita in TV Guide (Comic-Con Special)
 For all you royal lovers—not to mention brother aficionados—here are Princes Harry and William from People (July 29, 2013):
Joe Manganiello popping his collar in TV Guide (Comic-Con Special)



Bad postcard of the week:

Readers in England are up on Grand Rapids water treatment plants
From:  The Grand Rapids Press
It's a tree from Grand Rapids. Or the water filtration plant. It's difficult to tell.

Not only do people in England know about bad postcards, they know about bad Grand Rapids postcards.

No kidding.

My new friend Linda Foster sent an email with a scan of this wonderfully bad postcard of a tree. Lurking behind the tree appears to be the Grand Rapids water filtration plant. Because nothing says “Wish you were here” like a water filtration plant.

Greetings from England,” Linda wrote. “As an expat almost 18 years removed from my hometown I like to check the GR Press website once in a while – but I always check on Saturday to see what ghastly postcard you've come up with for the week. 
Attached is my candidate for Bad Postcard. Looking for something I found a bunch of old postcards in a box and this was one of the few from Michigan.”

The card reads: “Number 231. Filtration Plant, Grand Rapids, Mich. Published by Will P. Canaan Co., Grand Rapids, Mich.

A filtration plant doesn't spring to my mind immediately as a subject for a postcard but the postmark on the back is March 10, 1913, so I would imagine the filtration plant was a big thing in 1913,” Linda wrote.

The person sending the card, Chas, says he is rooming at 52 Barclay St. in Grand Rapids and the card, with a green 1 cent stamp, was sent to someone named Minnie in Ionia. If this card is number 231 it makes me wonder, what other things are in the series published by Canaan Co.?

That’s a great question. And Chas and Minnie sound like swell folks, But I wanted to know more about Linda, especially since current Grand Rapidians have had enough with water, filtered or otherwise, to last for a long time. How did a Grand Rapidian end up across the pond? Does she ever get to see Pippa, the coolest of the royals?

I moved here in September 1995 to marry my British husband and England has become my home,” she explained.

I live just outside Portsmouth on the south coast. Less than 5 miles from my house is a place called Portchester Castle which is a 12th century castle and church built inside the walls of an old Roman fort. The church, St. Mary’s, was founded in 1186 and is still used every Sunday for services, although the castle has fallen to ruin and part of the moat is gone. Winchester Cathedral is about 45 minutes away (Two hours on the No. 69 bus with my free senior bus pass) and Stonehenge is about an hour and a half drive. Stonehenge has been voted the most over-rated tourist attraction in the country.”

That makes sense, because Stonehenge looked pretty small in “This is Spinal Tap.” But a Stonehenge postcard would be awesome! 

Thank you for sharing, Linda!

DRAWN TO YOU:


FURTHER TALES OF SONS & FATHERS
From:  Manhunt Daily




Treasured Chests - 2013 Edition

From:  OUT
JAKE SHEARS
Singer, 34

Even when he doesn't feel like dancing, Jake is always one to strip down for our entertainment, like during this photo shoot for our French counterpart TΓͺtu, or in BUTT, or in Attitude... Please don't stop!

Marlon Wayans

 Marlon L. Wayans (born July 23, 1972) is an American actor, model, producer, comedian, writer, and director of movies, beginning with his role as a pedestrian in I'm Gonna Git You Sucka in 1988. He frequently collaborates with his brother Shawn Wayans, as he was on the WB sitcom The Wayans Bros. and in the comedic films Scary Movie, Scary Movie 2, White Chicks, Little Man, and Dance Flick. However, Wayans had a dramatic role in Darren Aronofsky's critically acclaimed Requiem for a Dream, which saw his departure from the usual comedies. In 2009, he appeared in G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra. In 2013, he had a leading role in A Haunted House and co-starred in The Heat.













Queerism - Famer

noun: Someone who enjoys agricultural things, especially using vegetables for anal stimulation.

DNA Cover Boy Tim Robards Is The New Bachelor

 DNA #74 cover boy Tim Robards has been announced as The Bachelor for the Aussie version of the show.

He's now 30-years-old and is looking for love.

He will have 25 bachelorettes to choose from when the show begins filming at Palm Beach next week, so we can expect to see Tim shirtless a lot when the program airs on Channel 10 later this year.

We really think they need to do a gay version of this show.

You can purchase Tim's issue of DNA here.



QQ Magazine - October 1973



INTERVIEW WITH DOMINIC FORD

 "Dominic Ford‘s name is one that I, like a lot of people, originally heard when he released the first-ever 3-D gay porn feature, Whorrey Potter and the Sorcerer’s Balls. Since then, he’s brought us three seasons of his reality series So You Think You Can Fuck?, as well as a bunch of other serial projects and one-off scenes. (Who can forget his update of that beloved fairy tale, Hansel and the Cum Witch?)

He’s a man with a lot of balls in the air at any given time, both literally and figuratively, but he spoke with me the other day to update me on a number of projects, including his new Silence of the Lambs parody and his most recent attempt to save the porn industry."


 Hey Dominic! How’s your summer going so far?

I’m living on Fire Island, although right now I’m in the car running errands on the mainland. We were in New York for twelve years, but last year we moved to Florida. But I've been living on Fire Island every summer for the last ten years. For me, it’s my second home.

And the inspiration for Meatrack, right?

Yeah. That’s our latest series. We’ll be releasing scenes through the entire summer, all set around the Meat Rack section of Fire Island. It’s our ode to the summer. We've got seven scenes ready now, but I have a hunch we’ll be shooting some more before it’s over. We've got some hot guys involved, like Trenton Ducati and JD Phoenix. There are some new guys, too. Kurt Von Ryder is one you’ll want to keep your eye on. Duncan Black, who won So You Think You Can Fuck?, is in it too. It’s the first time we've had him back since he won.

So You Think You Can Fuck! I hope a fourth season is in the works?

Yes! Season 4 will be our next big project. Typically, we film it at the end of the summer. People really clamor for those.

 Any details yet?

We’re working on a location. The game has evolved so dramatically. It’s become much more difficult for the contestants. The first season it was twelve contestants, and they’d just have to answer a trivia question and then do a scene. The second season there were six contestants doing group challenges. One scene in each episode. We filmed it at a resort in Key West, so there were lots of bars and food and the guys went out every night. For season three, we filmed at a deserted Army barracks, forty-five minutes away from the nearest store. The contestants lived in the wilderness and got up at sunrise and had to do really physical challenges. There were mud pits and canoe races.

That makes more sense to me. Strong arms are probably more important for a porn star than trivia.

Right. These guys are all very athletic and the athletic challenges played to their strengths. Some of them fared well and some of them… Well, they look butch on the exterior until you take away their hair dryer. Some had some mental breakdowns and some had some of the best experiences in the industry that they’ll ever have. Actually part of me just wants to go back to that barracks. One thing, though, is that we’ll never do exactly the same thing twice. Who knows? It might be fun to bring the show to Provincetown. That was the original idea when we went to Key West, that each season we’d take over a different gay resort. But to go back into an urban environment seems less interesting now.
 Speaking of new environments, tell me a little about Sweatbox, another recent project of yours…

Well, Dominic Ford is a pretty vanilla brand, generally, so we decided it might be fun to make something that’s a little raunchier and a little dirtier. Sweatbox is the name of a sex club in South Florida, and we took it over and had the run of the place for a week. That environment was so different than what I’m used to. There were swings, fog, saunas, steam rooms. I think it’s really some of our best stuff. There are six scenes on the site now, two or three that feature DP’s. I’m very, very proud of this series.

But these are all professional performers, right? It’s not like you were filming just any guy that walked into the club?

Right. All pro models. Sean Duran, Tate Ryder. Jeremy Stevens, who is awesome and amazing. Shane Jacobs, Cooper Reed… They’re on the site now. Speaking of which, you can get a whole year for $99 right now, which is the lowest we've ever had. After the DOMA decision was reversed, we offered the promo code “SCALIA”. He doesn't want you to get married, but he can still get you off.

 That’s funny. Oh, speaking of funny. Tell me about Silence of the Cams.

Silence is our big parody for the year. A few years ago, we got on the map with Whorrey Potter, but we didn't want to be a one-trick pony, so we did our best not to do parodies. We had just launched live cams on the site, and we wanted to see what we could do to work that into what we do. Silence is a two-part movie with ten hardcore sex scenes. Trenton Ducati is Clarice, and he’s after a killer who logs into your cam site and then kills your models. You can live stream it or get it in stores at the end of the summer. We did it with all-new technology, and the quality is beyond anything we've done before.

You definitely seem like a tech guy, and I know that porn’s generally at the forefront of media technology…

We try. This scene that we just released is six gigs in 3-D. A lot of the 3-D people are demanding higher and higher resolutions. And we’ll be filming in 4K soon. Nobody actually owns a 4K TV yet, but we’ll do it just to do it and maybe we’ll be the first, and then three people will actually get to see it the way it was filmed.

And at the same time, you’re publishing this magazine.

Adult Magazine. It’s going great. July is our seventeenth issue. People have been very vocal about how much they love it, and we have around 25,000 subscribers. Whenever we’re late putting it out by a few hours, we get a barrage of emails. And something exciting for us is that Apple is releasing iBooks for OSX. We design Adult for the iPad so we’re super excited that people on a computer will be able to see it the way it was designed.

 That is good news. So, uh, anything else exciting going on?

I always feel like we don’t do anything until I start talking about what we’re doing. What else is going on? Jeez. We’re developing other series that we’ll be putting on the site weekly. More conceptual pieces, because they breed interest and loyalty from viewers. Oh, and do you know about Porn Guardian?

No!

My whole other company in the industry is my anti-piracy company called Porn Guardian. It’s a company that finds content that’s being distributed illegally online. A guy named Peter saw some of my work online, and he informed me about it and asked if I wanted him to send a DMCA letter, which is a cease and desist letter you send when your copyrighted material is being used without permission. Eventually, I decided to build him a platform where the system sends out letters automatically. Five months later, it was huge and now we have a staff of thirty-five people finding torrents, tube sites and file hosts.

And it’s saving the industry a lot of money?

It’s tough to quantify, really, but I can tell you that in lawsuits alone the data that Porn Guardian has found has won people millions of dollars. We've done research, and people will look at porn if it’s free. But if it’s not free, people are willing to pay for it. Assuming the content is interesting and unique enough, that is. In our wildest dreams, it could help save the industry.

Final question: Let’s talk about you as a person. A lot of people know your name, but they don’t know you at all. How did you get to be where you are right now? Or do you like to be a mystery?

I prefer enigmatic! But I guess it started because my father’s a photographer and my earliest memories are of developing film and making prints, so I have a love and a knowledge and an appreciation of photography. A number of years ago, I was taking photos of porn stars and escorts and whatnot in New York, and it grew from there. I started thinking about 3-D porn. At the time, no one was doing that and we decided if we wanted to start a company, we’d need to distinguish ourselves to stand out in a crowded market.

But the most proud I've been in the industry was actually last year when I won the Grabby Award for Best Still Photography. I guess I’m doing it pretty well.

And your dad? Does he know how you make your living?

Oh yes. He was very proud that day.

Mates of State - We'd Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur"

Mates of State are an American indie pop duo, active since 1997. The group is composed of the husband-and-wife team of Kori Gardner (vocals, organ, synthesizer, piano, electric piano, and occasional guitar) and Jason Hammel (vocals, drums, percussion, and occasional synthesizer).
During the course of the band's career, they've released three EPs and six full-length, studio albums. Their seventh album Mountaintops was released on September 13, 2011.

Exposed:

27 Year Old Firefighter From Orlando, FL
From:  Sticky

Images Removed per request

Good Afternoon,

It came to my attention that there are inappropriate pictures posted of myself on your blog from 07/20/2013 under the title exposed: 27 year old fireman from Orlando. These pictures were not released with my consent and I would greatly appreciate it if you would remove them from your site immediately or I will pursue legal action. Thank you.




Good Afternoon,

It came to my boyfriend's attention that there are inappropriate pictures posted of him on your blog from 07/20/2013 under the title exposed: 27 year old fireman. These pictures were not released with his consent and he and I would both greatly appreciate if you would remove them from your site.

Thank you in advance,






History's Hottest TV Actors

From:  Boy Culture
Was Summerland the worst show with the hottest cast of all time?


#38 
Shawn Christian 
(1965—) 
Another unbelievably built man with a hairy chest who looked more like he should be on a gay-themed gag birthday card (in a good way) than on a TV show, he heated up Summerland. As the World Turns (1994—1997), Wind on Water (1998), Charmed (1999), Beverly Hills, 90210 (1999), Birds of Prey (2002—2003), Summerland (2004—2005), Las Vegas (2006), Days of Our Lives (2008—2012), Venice the Series (2010—)

Jordan Prentice : Significant


 'Jordan Prentice is the friggin' Tom Hanks of diminutive actors, right behind Peter Dinklage, who is the Sir Lawrence Olivier of tiny thespians.'
In An Elevator
 In Bruges (2008) 

For anyone who feels they are different, seeing themselves on television or on the big screen can be an incredible experience. Even if they may think otherwise however, Hollywood is sill not great at making and promoting movies that don't star white, usually good looking men. For a little person, the struggle for decent roles can be that much more of a challenge. Sure last year there were a couple of versions of Snow White requiring seven dwarfs and there is sometimes the little person role, usually as the brunt of silly jokes, in the odd teenage comedy, but truly great characters can be few and far between.

An Insignificant Harvey (2011)

 Thankfully that is beginning to change a little. Peter Dinklage is breaking ground on Game Of Thrones, but there is another actor who recently grabbed my attention. A month or so ago, I read the description of a movie that piqued my interest. I had never heard of An Insignificant Harvey, but the title, and that description had me programming the DVR. It is odd for me to love a movie from the first second or two, but with this film I did. Writer and director Jeff Kopas took me instantly back to my childhood, and the opening scene had me not just seeing, but feeling like I was transported back to the early 80's and the chill of the long winters I experienced as a child. Not the December winters with holly and bright lights, but the late January and February winters when the cold, snow and wind chill was without a holiday to polish it up.
 A janitor at a small town ski resort, who also happens to be a little person, has his life dramatically change when he finds a stray husky and falls for an exotic dancer.
 Not sure if the description above grabbed you, but after reading it, I knew I found a movie I would love. In An Insignificant Harvey, actor Jordan Prentice play that janitor Harvey, and as in the description, Harvey's size is not really an issue or part of the plot. It certainly is not important to Inca, the husky who is most concerned about finding an owner, someone to love and take care of her. The package that person comes in is really not relevant. Harvey has been a bit beaten down by life, a childhood in an orphanage, no family and few people around to support him.
 Mirror Mirror 2012

I loved the movie and Jordan's performance. The actor didn't try to make Harvey overly likable, instead channeled his life experiences through each scene and each moment. You might not always like Harvey, but he is hard not to love. As a viewer, my relationship with the character was sort of parallel with Harvey's with Inca. You may not really want to, but somehow you feel for and want to give him a hand. The film is slow at times, a focus on character and small moments, so I know it may not be everyone's cup of tea. If however, the brief description above somehow grabbed your imagination like it did mine, it might be a film to seek out.

 American Pie Presents The Naked Mile (2006) 

Jordan Prentice got a crash course in the ups and downs of the movie business with his first motion picture role as one of the Howard T Duck's in the 1986 high profile bomb Howard The Duck. Since then he has worked steadily, sometimes playing the typical roles I described above. Prentice was Napoleon, a dwarf in last years Mirror Mirror and played Rock, the brunt of many jokes in the American Pie teen flicks Beta House and The Naked Mile. In addition however, Prentice has worked steadily in both movies and on television and has well received notices for his work in both including In Bruges with Colin Farrell.






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