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!

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Ari Gypsy fucks his Latino Son.


Exposed:

Luke Evans On Cam4!!
From:  Sticky
 Actor Luke Evans put on a little drunken little show on popular gay video chat site Cam4. He logged on under the username of “stupidactor” (Famous Boy Drunk) and proceeded to flaunt his goods to the crowd before stripping down to his underpants.
 What’s interesting is looking at the chat log, he knew this was probably a bad idea. The British theater and film actor from Wales punctuated his chat with “all know who i am?”, “like famous boys?” and “my career over?” Maybe he was feeling a tad self-destructive that night. Not sure how long he stayed on Cam4, and how far the chat went. Look out for Luke Evans in the second installment of “The Hobbit.
Luke Evans (born 15 April 1979) is a British theater and film actor from Wales. He is known to theatergoers for his stage roles in Rent, Miss Saigon, Small Change and Piaf, and to film goers for his roles in Immortals, The Three Musketeers, Clash of the Titans, and Tamara Drewe.
In a 2002 interview, Evans said, "Everybody knew me as a gay man, and in my life in London I never tried to hide it" and that by being open he would not have "that skeleton in the closet they can rattle out". In 2004, he said his acting career had not suffered by being out. In September 2010, a female PR executive said she was dating Evans: "Luke's lovely – we're really old friends and it just sort of happened... We are nowhere near engaged but things are really good."

CAMERON FROM VIRGINIA

 CAMERON SENT IN THESE HOT PICS OF HIMSELF BATING IN HIS BEDROOM TO  420BATE 


Briefs Guy

Francisco Lachowski

Perhaps the Sexiest Politician Ever: Brian Sims

From:  Queer Click
 Regardless of your own political views, you gotta admit the sexy, scruffy, dashingly handsome, openly gay and smart Brian Sims, who is in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives in the 182nd district is awfully hot—both superficially for his looks and for his smart, sensible words and commitment to uphold ideas of equality for all.

Sims was the first openly gay person elected to the Pennsylvania General Assembly. We suspect his stocky, fucking sexy build has a lot to do with his early days of playing college football. He was recognized as a scholar athlete. Following the longest season in the Division II schools history, Sims also came out as gay. In doing so, the regional All-American and team captain became the only openly gay college football captain in NCAA history. Awesome stuff.

And our favorite detail... Brian is currently single.

 Brian K. Sims (born September 16, 1978) is a Democratic member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives in the 182nd district. Elected in November, 2012, Sims is also an American lawyer, politician, and activist on LGBT civil rights.
 Sims was born in Washington D.C., as the son of two Army Lieutenant Colonels.[2] Sims lived in seventeen states before settling in Pennsylvania in the early 1990s. He later completed his undergraduate studies at Bloomsburg University, in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania in 2001. In 2000, Sims was the co-captain of the Bloomsburg University football team, and was recognized as a scholar athlete. Following the longest season in the Division II schools history, Sims came out as gay. In doing so, the regional All-American and team captain became the only openly gay college football captain in NCAA history.
Following a trip to the National Championship, Sims later earned an J.D. Degree in International and Comparative law at the Michigan State University School of Law in 2004

 Sims served as the President of Equality Pennsylvania, and as the Chairman of the Gay and Lesbian Lawyers of Philadelphia (GALLOP), until he stepped down from both positions in 2011. In 2009, Sims joined the faculty of the Center for Progressive Leadership and the National Campaign Board of The Victory Fund. Additionally, he was selected as one of the Top 40 LGBT Attorneys Under 40 in the United States by the National LGBT Bar Association in 2010.
In 2011, Sims announced his intentions to run for the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, 182nd District.  Sims received the endorsement of the Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund. He ran in the Democratic primary against long-time incumbent Democrat Babette Josephs and won. He did not face a Republican challenger in the November election and was elected.
Sims was the first openly gay person elected to the Pennsylvania General Assembly. Because Pennsylvania State Representatives' legislative duties begin on the first day of December following their election, Sims shares the designation of being its first openly gay member with Rep. Mike Fleck (R–Huntingdon), who came out in a newspaper article published later that day.
In June 2013, after the Defense of Marriage Act had been ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court, Sims tried to make a speech in the Pennsylvania House supporting the decision. He was prohibited from speaking by member Daryl Metcalfe, who said that allowing him to speak would be 'violating God's law'.









 







Bedtime Snack


KriStef Brothers - America's Got Talent

My pick to win this year, and was the best act of tonight's show!


 The KriStef Brothers are a hand balancer duo act from Season 8 of America's Got Talent.

The KriStef Brothers have been performing together since childhood. Kristofer and Stefan both come from generations of circus families and performance talents. They grew up learning Hand to Hand and acrobatics from Kristofer’s father in their backyard, who comes from an
Italian circus. They received ballet training from Stefan’s mother who was a Prima Ballerina and jazz training from Kristofer’s mother who was a professional jazz dancer. Although they were naturally jokester children, Stefan’s Swedish born father was a great coach for clowning skills.
KriStef Bros began performing by the age of 10, and have continued to learn new talents and tricks to add to their act over the years. Their talents have lend them to perform worldwide from across Europe and South America, to throughout the US in various acclaimed show


 The KriStef Brothers' audition in Episode 804 consisted of performing acrobatic feats such as balancing head to head and performing a handstand on top of the other's hands. Howard Stern, Heidi Klum, Mel B, and Howie Mandel all voted "Yes," sending the duo to the Vegas Round.


KriStef Brothers was sorted into the "Acrobat" category in the Vegas Round. The duo's performance in Episode 808 consisted of doing an acro-balance act with humor and a workout routine theme. The duo's performance was strong enough for the judges to send it to the Quarterfinals along with Timber Brown in Episode 809.


Gay Movies That Matter:

The Rocky Horror Picture Show
From:  The Backlot
 When I was 15, I started going to The Rocky Horror Picture Show (#3 on the Top 100 Greatest Gay Movies list).  I went every weekend, unaccompanied by a parent. It was my only escape from an emotionally deadening suburban nightmare world that as a strange teenager I felt stifled by. My mom, who knew the show well enough to not consider it a threat, granted me permission to brave New York City late at night. While Rocky might be a morally and symbolically vacuous experiment in wacky costuming and silly singing, devoid of any and all political or emotional meaning, it certainly has a place in my heart.

Hallmark of rebellious teens everywhere and immortalized in the pages of high-school classic Perks of Being a Wallflower, The Rocky Horror Picture Show has achieved beyond legendary status as one of the most important cult movies of all time. While it would be pointless to go through the litany of trivia (Little Nell has two nip slips in the course of the film, the castle at the end is a cardboard cutout, etc…) and history of the film, if we take a step back and attempt to understand the appeal and originality of Rocky Horror, maybe we can understand why it is such an enduring success, and why it ranks as one of the gay movies that matter.

Although obviously a shoddily made movie version of a poorly conceived stage show (transvestite hyper-sex aliens? Sure!) what Rocky Horror manages in a meager hour and a half run time is truly impressive. The movie, about a saccharine sweet all-American couple who wander into an intergalactic sex party only to be corrupted by their dormant hedonism, is a fantastical intertextual mix of homages to a variety of genres and styles (horror, sci-fi, show-tunes, punk) with distinctly true-to-the-era 1970′s object styling (even the geometric shapes of Frank’s “futuristic” laboratory feel delightfully retro nowadays) coalesce with a barely comprehensible plot (wait, so they’re incestuous aliens from another dimension? And they ate fat Elvis?) to make one of the strangest films imaginable.
You get the idea.


Because the images of Tim Curry in his lingerie and Brad and Janet hiding under their newspapers have become so incredibly familiar to us, it is hard to imagine what the movie must have looked like to an audience completely unfamiliar with this alterna-queer look. It must have been truly shocking, right as gay rights were starting to be recognized as a cause, to see such brazen images of homosexuality. Now, after almost 40 years later, Rocky feels almost naively innocent: my mother has been known to sing “Touch-a Touch-a Touch Me” as she cleans the kitchen and at the last midnight showing I went to there were at least three punky parents accompanying their Hot-Topic clad 16 year olds (and almost none of them showed any embarrassment when they were forced to fake an orgasm as part of a complex initiation ritual). In New York City at least, when on any night one could find themselves at an ultra-violent burlesque show or accidentally wander into a sex-dungeon, Rocky seems like child’s play.
(Less fun when my mother sings this song.)

And yet, isn't that part of the charm of the movie? While getting up on stage and being smacked on your rear with an over-sized dildo seems straight up transgressive to a teenager, the plethora of naughty nightlife options that has since proliferated gives midnight screenings of Rocky (which, of course, still happen on a weekly basis in Chelsea and all over the world) a rose-tinted nostalgia. Other movies which have attempted to mimic the zeal of Rocky with full interactive performances (I've been to midnight screenings of Eraser Head, Labyrinth, Repo: The Genetic Opera and They Live) and they all fail in a certain way. Partially this is due to the lack of a rabid fan base like Rocky’s (who have devised an entire ever-changing alternate script to shout back at the movie, an experience which is certainly jarring to those who don’t expect it). Perhaps this is my own nostalgia speaking, but there is something absurdly and magically ineffable about the midnight showings of Richard O’Brien’s masterpiece that all these other attempts miss.

Some part of me hopes that Rocky will always be around for burgeoning weirdos of the world to worship, although I know better, nothing lasts forever, and that kind of decadence would surely zap our collective wits.  But until that gloomy day when Riff-Raff and Magenta travel back to the moon-drenched shores of Transylvania for the last time, every Friday and Saturday night unconventional conventionalists will be dancing the Time Warp in the velvet darkness of the movie theater.

Anthony Edwards

 Anthony Charles Edwards (born July 19, 1962) is an American actor and director.  He has appeared in various movies and television shows, including Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Top Gun, Zodiac, Miracle Mile, Revenge of the Nerds, Northern Exposure, and ER.
 Edwards was born in Santa Barbara, California, the son of Erika Kem (nΓ©e Weber), an artist/landscape painter, and Peter Edwards, an architect. He has two older sisters, Heidi and Ann-Marie, and two older brothers, Peter and Jeffrey. Edwards was encouraged by his parents to attend college before pursuing his interest in acting. He received a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in England and studied theater at University of Southern California but by the age of nineteen was being offered enough acting work to enable him to leave college.
Edwards's early work includes a co-starring role in the TV series It Takes Two with Richard Crenna and Patty Duke Astin as his parents and Helen Hunt as his sister. He made an cameo in the hit 1982 film Fast Times at Ridgemont High as "Stoner Bud." In 1984, He starred in the hit comedy film Revenge of the Nerds playing the main role of Gilbert Lowe, a sensitive and well meaning nerd, Lewis' (played by Robert Carradine) best friend and would later be president of the tri-lambs. He reprises the role of Gilbert again in the sequel Revenge of the Nerds II: Nerds in Paradise (1987), with his character in an broken leg after "Playing a game of chess." In 2000, his character, Gilbert would appear in footage from Revenge of the Nerds in the TV documentary Twentieth Century Fox: The Blockbuster Years.
It was his role as LTJG Nick "Goose" Bradshaw alongside Tom Cruise in the 1986 film Top Gun that brought his first widespread public acknowledgement. His character, who died in an aviation accident, was among the most prominent and popular in the film. He also appeared as a terminally ill patient in Hawks (1988) alongside Timothy Dalton, another role which brought him worldwide fame. He also starred in the 1990 movie Downtown with Penelope Ann Miller and Forest Whitaker. He also played widowed veterinarian Chase Matthews, father of Edward Furlong's character in the horror film, Pet Sematary Two (1992), a sequel to the film Pet Sematary in 1989. In 1992 and 1993 he played Mike Monroe in ten episodes of Northern Exposure.
His best known role to date is as Dr. Mark Greene on the long-running TV series ER, where he resided from its premiere in 1994 to the end of the 8th season in 2002. The series also afforded Edwards his first opportunity to direct. Edwards's desire to pursue directing led to his request to be written out of the series, leading to his character's death from brain cancer. He reportedly earned $35,000,000 for three seasons on ER, which made him one of the highest-paid television actors to date. Anthony Edwards and his former co-star George Clooney were the ones who suggested doing an episode of ER live. The fourth season premiere, "Ambush" was performed live twice with an East Coast and West Coast version.
He never won a Primetime Emmy, though he was nominated four times. He won a Golden Globe Award For Best Performance by an Actor-In a TV Series after being nominated four times, and he has two Screen Actor's Guild Awards.
In 2007, Edwards appeared as SFPD inspector Bill Armstrong in David Fincher's Zodiac, about the Zodiac Killer, the notorious serial killer who terrorized San Francisco in the 1960s and 1970s.
In 2008, Edwards returned to ER to reprise his role as Dr. Greene (in flashback scenes, where he treats the dying son of character Catherine Banfield) for one episode during its 15th and final season.
In 2010, Edwards appeared in the movie Motherhood, which set a record for the biggest bomb in British cinema history garnering just £88 on 11 tickets on opening weekend. In the United States Motherhood did not fare much better earning just $93,388 in three weeks of release.
In 2013, Edwards returned to episodic television with the conspiracy drama, Zero Hour, playing the male lead Hank Galliston. After three episodes Zero Hour has been cancelled due poor ratings. There is a chance it returns to finish off season 1 but for now there are no more new episodes of Zero Hour scheduled to air on ABC or Global. 

Get Lost in Butt...Butt Magazine

 "Unfortunately, I have to admit that I had never heard of Butt Magazine until this week. Originating in the Netherlands, the magazine which was founded in 2001 the features photography and interviews with renowned gay artists from across the globe.
 I am surprised that I had not uncovered more Butt in my research for the blog. In a small piece I did last month, (Under Where?), I found the American Apparel here. I did not use it for that piece, but saved it for a future post. It was while researching the add this week that I discovered it originated from an issue of Butt.
 If you too have not discovered Butt, I encourage you to dive in and check it out. I got lost in the provocative imagery and articles for hours." -- Tye Briggs



Another happy trail.......makes you smile

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