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!

Thursday, December 26, 2013

Your Nightly Briefing

He is here, and it's one hell of an Instagram.

Dudes of 2013:

Levi Karter
From:  Dude Tube
It's hard to believe that it's been less than a year since we were introduced to Levi Karter. This CockyBoys exclusive made his debut back in January. Levi has followed the path of Jake Bass & Max Ryder to quickly become one of the most popular models on the site. His sexiness is obvious, but Levi is also a realy sweetie. He offered up an uncensored look at his life in the documentary "Fuck Yeah Levi Karter". Levi made his action debut as part of the RoadStrip series where he bottomed for Jake Bass. He also flip-flop fucked both Jett Black & Hayden Lourd.

Levi was reunited with Hayden for threesome with Ty Roderick & he also had a threeway with Zach & Asher Hawk. I loved seeing Levi in the incredible "Boys To Adore Galore" where he got to show of his deep-throating skills in a group scene with Bravo Delta & Jett. Levi's latest video paired him with one of his porn idols, Pierre Fitch, for a memorable fuck. Levi has been a fantastic addition to the CockyBoysfamily and he's been a part of some of the hottest videos of 2013.








Kayne Lawton's About to Blow

From:  kenneth in the (212)
... And he sure looks proud of his efforts.


From: The Backlot

Krull Rules! And don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. Here are some reasons …

1. The Glaive. The five-pointed boomerang weapon that hero Colwyn controls with his mind. I tried to make one at Vacation Bible School by taping butter knives to a cross, but it didn’t work as well.

2. Liam Neeson is in this as someone (I forget who).

3. Big-Ass Spider Attack!

Kayne and Able

From: kenneth in the (212)
Aussie Rugby League footballer Kayne Lawton makes a strong argument for joining Instagram.


Moving Men

Jump In Bed With Eric Decker

From:  kenneth in the (212)
  You can't argue for a better spokesman, even if I can think of a million ways "Eric Decker lying down" could have been executed better ... 

Moving Men

GWiP's Top Ten Of The Week

From:  Queer Click
 From a hung navy man to a hung twink, from Porn stars like, Trenton Ducati, Race Cooper and Spencer Reed to hung amateurs with incredible bodies. Everyone wants to be part of the GuysWithiPhones' Top Ten Of The Week. Who will be the winner of this edition? It depends on you! So go ahead and name your favourite in the comments!!!

Moving Men

Gay Men's Choir Gives You Something to Sing About!

From:  kenneth in the (212)

The New York City Gay Men's Choir's first-ever calendar is available now HERE

Featuring sexy men (and a few drag queens) of all shapes and sizes from the chorus, proceeds from your $20 purchase will help fund upcoming shows in London and Dublin. Learn more on the group's Facebook page HERE!

Moving Men

“Chozen” is Going to Be a Big Gay Hit

From:  The Backlot

 I’m going to go out on a limb and predict that Chozen, the new half hour animated series that premieres on Monday, Jan 13th, is going to be a really big hit for FX. It’s a ballsy show with a tight little premise: a white gay rapper, fresh out of prison, is determined to become the rap god he was meant to be. Lewd, crude and sure to prompt an outraged letter campaign or two, the show also happens to be very funny and deserves some support from LGBT audiences for offering a sympathetic and truly original gay lead character.

Some thoughts after screening the first several episodes.

1. Bobby Moynihan does fantastic voice work

The longtime Saturday Night Live cast member is probably best known for his recurring Drunk Uncle character. He’s always been a solid performer on SNL, but never really a breakout star. Moynihan hits it out of the ballpark here as the voice of Chozen. Is it too much to hope for a crossover appearance of this gay rapper character on SNL? I’d certainly tune in to see a live action version of Chozen host one Saturday night.

2. Archer fans will love it

The animation work for Chozen comes from the same people who do Archer so it shares a similar aesthetic. Smart then that the new show premieres (and will continue to air) right after Archer. It’s the perfect lead in.

3. The music isn't half bad

A show about an aspiring rapper has to of course provide occasional scenes of him performing. What’s more, Chozen is supposed to be a good rapper. Rap aficionados might disagree, but at least to my lay ears the music sequences are fairly credible. Show creator Grant Dekernion writes the music and has said the goal is to have at least one original piece of music in every episode. Interestingly, one sequence in the pilot – a music video that Chozen fantasizes – features nearly naked guys with teddy bear heads. That imagery looks a bit like the monkey dancers in real life gay rapper Cazwell’s “Get My Money Back” video. Homage? You decide.

4. It tries for a “post-gay” message

The press materials describe Chozen as a “white gay rapper” and even though he’s highly sexualized and unabashedly attracted to men, the character never actually self-identifies as gay. He’s not looking for kinship or a shared identity with the LGBT community– the only thing Chozen seems to want from other gay men is sex. There’s a scene in the third episode where Chozen, looking to hook up, wanders into an earnest LGBT College Student Association meeting. “Yo, is this the place where the dick at?

The group’s leader, Terrance tries to get Chozen to state his orientation. “So, would you say you identify as bi then?

Well,” says ChozenI identify you as a silly little bitch Terrance! Why you gotta keep labelin’ our asses. Just chill! No disrespect y’all, but I don’t even know what ‘LGBT ‘means. Like ‘lesbian guys and bi guys and bacon and tomato’? Call yourselves what you like, but own that sh*t. If it feels good, do it! Me? I’m Chozen!

5. It has a purely binary, sub/dom view of homosexual relationships

Chozen’s understanding of romance was shaped by his time in prison (which you basically get in a 10-second prison rape montage in the pilot). So it makes sense that when he initially falls into a steady relationship with hunky frat boy Hunter (voiced by The Mindy Project‘s Ike Barinholtz) Chozen treats Hunter as his prison bitch. It would be truly disturbing, except that Hunter doesn’t seem to mind (and even appears to enjoy the debasement), the relationship is clearly meant to evolve over the course of the series, and the other characters on the show never seem to pass judgment on Hunter. Still, I couldn’t shake the feeling that the couple was a titillated straight male imagining of a gay relationship: “Who’s the man and who’s the woman?” This will probably ring false for most gay viewers. (Though maybe not the s&m community.) The upside is that straight male audiences– which, being on FX, this show clearly wants to capture– might have a better chance of initially wrapping their heads around Hunter and Chozen’s relationship.

6. This is one dirty ass show

Every episode has a well-earned MA rating, with jokes about double pen, incest and prison rape (okay, it might be a little too cavalier with the prison rape jokes). The red band trailer below is fairly indicative….

7. People are going to be offended.

See above. You can count on One Million Moms to join the party. There are also elements in the hip hop community that will be unhappy with it. (The show takes some gleeful digs at the inauthenticity of your typical rap star). There might also be some in the LGBT community not keen on a hypersexual, non-P.C. gay TV character.  Still, there’s never been anything quite like him on television, he’s ultimately lovable, and the show built around him is often laugh out loud funny. Gay viewers and other adults should definitely give this series a chance.

Chozen premieres Monday, January 13 at 10:30.
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