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!

Sunday, September 13, 2015

Dish of the Day #1729: Does anyone still wear a hat?

From: Deep Dish

Dirty Dudes: Luke Evans

From: Dude Tube
 Actor Luke Evans has made a name for himself starring in blockbusters like Fast & Furious 6 and The Hobbit trilogy. Recently Luke made headlines of a different kind for hitting the beach in a tight blue speedo. Luke hasn't be shy about showing off before in films like The Great Train Robbery and No One Lives. You can catch Luke playing Gaston in the upcoming live action remake of Beauty & The Beast.


Mixtape by Carlos Souffront
Interview by Danny Calvi
Carlos sports his Interdimensional Transmissions t-shirt at Dekmantel.
Last April, Gays Hate Techno founder Matt Fisher and Carlos Souffront realized their vision to bring all the movers and shakers together for an outdoor techno party a couple hours north of San Francisco at the eco-conscious Groundswell Institute. There were almost thirty different sets over the course of that weekend. With camping and bunks limited to just one hundred spots, and almost as many gatecrashers, you had like one deejay for every six gays in attendance — a bonanza for the jockey sluts! Next weekend, the Honcho crew in Pittsburgh are counting on some more outdoor magic, although with fewer dudes behind the decks and more worshiping in front of the speakers. Honcho’s Aaron Clark is the first to give credit where credit is due: ‘Matt and Carlos set the tone’. Pitch a tent and enjoy the next installment of BUTT’s illustrious mixtape series: the ‘Carlos Don’t Camp Mix’ from Carlos Souffront.

We spoke in a taxi on the way to an Amsterdam festival Carlos was playing midway through his mini-Euro tour, which included a dream-come-true spot at Panorama Bar. The first thing you notice about the 38-year-old deejay is his deep voice. He’s originally from Troy, Michigan (although he calls Detroit his ‘psychic home’) and is currently based in San Francisco where he works as a cheesemonger by day. Carlos tells me he has always ‘worked in cheese’.

Danny: Where do you go after Amsterdam?

Carlos: Next I’m off to a gig in Ibiza called The Zoo Project, which is actually in an old zoo on the beach. And I think people dress up like animals. I don’t know if it’s a whole furry thing, but there’s going to be some fur. Have you spent much time there?

A bit. I love how they promote parties in Ibiza. You’ll be on the beach and there will be a procession of people with signs, making a ruckus.

Some friends who are already there sent me a photo of a billboard for the party. It’s surreal to see my name on an Ibiza promo.

There’s a ton of great queer deejays in Amsterdam this weekend, which also happens to be Gay Pride by the way, but unfortunately none of them are on any of the official Pride stages.


Unless you live in Berlin or New York or San Francisco maybe, you can be pretty sure that the music programming at your local Pride festival is going to be underwhelming. It depends on your expectations of course, but for gays with a certain taste in music, you might be disappointed.

So who else is around?

Mr. Ties, Tama Sumo, Prosumer, Steffi and Virginia, Mike Servito, Midland, Spencer Parker…

Amazing! Let’s see how many we can rally for the street parties.

Would you say you’re a festival person?

Not really.

Where do you prefer to play?

I like to play my own parties, the Interdimensional Transmissions parties, typically, the ones that are in Detroit. In Oakland, there’s a crew called Katabatik who are doing these post-industrial techno parties, and they’ve got a really devoted goth audience that I don’t see at any other techno party in the Bay Area. I love playing their parties because they actually encourage me to play weirder, which is awesome.

Do you choose records differently for an outdoor party than you would for an indoor party?

Totally. I really want the records to fit the space, so I’m really anal about picking records for a gig. It takes me at least two or three hours per hour of playing to choose the records. Improvisation is also part of it.

How well adapted are you to deejay schedules? I guess you have to take sleep where you can get it.

I’m a sleep princess. I am the worst! I can’t sleep on planes, I can’t sleep when it’s light outside, I can’t take naps… I’ve been sleep-deprived this whole tour. It started with really awful jet lag, and I didn’t feel normal for like three or four days in Berlin. I haven’t slept eight hours since I’ve arrived. It’s been either two or three or twelve, and I haven’t had a twelve hour sleep since the night after Panorama Bar, which was five days ago.

And are you using melatonin or any other sleeping aids to help you get through?

Yeah, but melatonin only works for me for like two days. I try to not take too many drugs for sleeping because they don’t really work on me that well — with the exception of Ambien, but I don’t have a prescription for it anymore. Everything else, when it comes on, you’re supposed to fall asleep right then, but I never do. I just feel drugged — and not in the fun kind of way, just like wonky. So I’m usually a sober sleeper.

Do you have a medicinal marijuana card?

I used to be a chronic weed smoker, like every day, but it stopped being fun for me. At first, I thought I needed to switch from indica to sativa, but you know, all of it started to make me feel really anxious and internal, like I was beating myself up for stupid shit I did years ago.

Are you an outdoorsy type of guy?

Oh no, not at all! It’s like a running joke with the Katabatik guys, who do outdoor parties during solstice. Last year, they set up camp for me, but I didn’t sleep a wink — I can’t sleep on the floor. I do a lot of camping for a non-camper because I play all of the dirt raves. I just got back from Sunset, the ultimate dirt rave.

I thought Burning Man was the ultimate dirt rave.

I guess it is. I’ve never been to Burning Man. Luckily, as an artist at Sunset, I got a hotel room.

You glamped. Is there going to be another Gays Hate Techno Spring Gathering?

Absolutely, absolutely… We’re doing a weekend retreat in October, where we all get in a hot tub and talk about what we’d like to happen next time. It has to grow. It can’t not grow. If we only offer a hundred tickets next time, there are gonna be some pissed-off faggots. I’m looking to take a cue from Honcho, and see how they pull an expanded version together.

With the Honcho Campout, it sounds like more of a glamping situation, where the Spring Gathering was a bit more rustic.

It was rustic.

Like where you guys had a swimming hole, they’ve got a heated pool and two hot tubs. There’s a general store called the Male Pouch where you can buy Speedos and jockstraps.

And poppers probably.

The resort has a steamroom and a gym, masseurs, an observatory… It’s also all-male and clothing-optional. Were guys getting naked at the Spring Gathering?

Yeah they were!


September 13, 2008
From:Favorite Hunks & Other Things

I hope anyone effected by IKE is safe and dry today!
I spent last night keeping updated with Rob Marciano, who helps me through the hard times...


From: 420bate






From: 420bate

Deputy Clerk Says He'll Obey Federal Judge Over Kim Davis

From: EDGE
 Kim Davis's deputy clerks have been busy since their boss was hauled to jail, issuing 10 marriage licenses, including seven to same-sex couples, her employee Brian Mason said Wednesday.

And if Davis tells him to stop after she returns to work, Mason said he'll tell her he can't obey her, and instead must follow a federal judge's order to continue issuing licenses to anyone who is legally eligible to receive them.

Some came from far away to get married in Rowan County. Mark Shrayber and Allen Corona flew in from San Francisco, saying Wednesday that they wanted to show their support for other gay couples after the judge forced an end to Davis' marriage boycott, which she launched in response to Supreme Court's legalization of same-sex marriage nationwide.

"We are in 2015. We are not burning witches anymore," said Shrayber, adding that he's disgusted to see Davis becoming "a martyr."

Shrayber and Corona picked up their license at the office on Tuesday, got married at Morehead State University, and then returned Wednesday to file the paperwork. Some local residents ran up to hug them, they said.

Davis, meanwhile, will return to work either Friday or Monday to face another day of reckoning after taking several days off to spend with her family, according to Charla Bansley, a spokeswoman for Liberty Counsel, the Christian law firm representing Davis.

The Apostolic Christian, now a symbol of strong religious conviction to thousands across the globe, would not say whether she would allow licenses to continue to be issued or try to block them once again, defying a federal court order that could send her back to jail.

Davis walked out of the Carter County Detention Center's front door Tuesday, arm in arm with her lawyer and with Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee, to a podium backed by a 150-voice church choir. Thousands of supporters and waved white crosses and sang "Amazing Grace" and "God Bless America."

In lifting his contempt order against Davis, Bunning said he was satisfied that her deputies were fulfilling their obligation to grant licenses to same-sex couples in her absence. But Bunning warned that she could go right back to jail if she interferes with the issuance of marriage licenses to same-sex couples upon her return.

"Kim cannot and will not violate her conscience," said Mat Staver, founder of the Liberty Counsel, the Christian law firm representing Davis. As for what might happen next, he said "You'll find out in the near future."

Staver said the licenses deputy clerks issued to same-sex couples last week are not valid because they were not given under Davis' authority. But the Kentucky attorney general's office said it believes otherwise.

Attorney General Jack Conway also said that for now, he won't appoint a special prosecutor to investigate whether Davis committed a state crime by refusing to issue licenses. One rejected couple had asked the local prosecutor to consider charging Davis with official misconduct, a misdemeanor applicable to public officials who neglect their duties. Rowan County Attorney Cecil Watkins cited a conflict of interest and passed the complaint to Conway.

But in a one-sentence statement Wednesday, Conway noted that Davis' actions are being monitored already: "Judge Bunning and the federal court have control of this matter, and therefore a special state prosecutor is not necessary at this time."

At least one of the four couples that sued Davis have not yet received a marriage license. Five of Davis' six deputy clerks - all except her son, Nathan - agreed to issue licenses to gay couples with Davis behind bars. In lifting the contempt order, Bunning asked for updates on the clerks' compliance every two weeks.

If Davis orders her deputies not to issue licenses after she returns to work, she would push them into their own thorny legal conundrums: Defy their boss, or a federal judge? Scott Bauries, a law professor at the University of Kentucky, suspects any deputy choosing not to issue licenses could be held in contempt.

Davis, 49, has refused to resign her $80,000-a-year job. Elected as a Democrat, she can lose her post only if she is defeated for re-election or impeached by the state General Assembly. Katherine Franke, a professor at Columbia Law School, said legislators should find the political will to remove her, since she has ignored her oath of office in favor of her religious conviction.

"The claim she's making is a clear loser. It's a political claim, it's not a legal claim," Franke said. "That's why she lost on the district level and the circuit level and she will continue to lose. She's fighting for justice on the level of religious law. But we don't live in a theocracy."

It is unlikely the Kentucky state legislature would impeach Davis. The Republican president of the state Senate spoke at a rally at the state Capitol and filed an amicus brief asking Bunning not to hold Davis in contempt. Several lawmakers have already filed legislation for the 2016 session to exempt county clerks from having to issue marriage licenses.

The couples who sued will ask the judge to again hold Davis in contempt if she returns to work and blocks her deputies from dispensing licenses, according to their attorney, Dan Canon.

"We are hoping she is going to comply with it. We'll have to see," Canon said. "But if experience is a teacher, Ms. Davis just doesn't believe that court orders apply to her."

Congratulations Betty Cantrell, Miss American 2016

Rusty - Sean Cody

From:  Queer Click
 A friend of Sean Cody met Rusty on a local campus where he's a sophomore. He hasn't decided on a major yet, but he's on the swim team and we bet he looks great in a Speedo!

It's funny that he's a swimmer because he's the spitting image of a young Greg Louganis! He just turned 21, but instead of chasing girls his own age he likes to focus on "MILFs" (Mothers I'd Like to Fuck). He says that women over 30 really do it for him as they are more experienced. Woooo.

 Rusty has a really cute personality, a great smile, and an awesome body. We're hoping he will be back for more polishing (heh heh, pun intended, of course)!

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