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, November 8, 2015

007 Daniel Craig

From: Vintage Gay Media History
Longtime friends know just how much we love our James Bond movies here at VGMH.  Ian Fleming created the fictional character of James Bond, an intelligence officer in the Secret Intelligence Service, commonly known as MI6. Bond was also known by his code number, 007.  And one of our all-time favorite "James Bond" actors starred in Casino Royale (2006), Quantum of Solace (2008) and Skyfall (2012) with his newest Bond film set to debut this week, Spectre.  Daniel is calm, cool and gay-friendly (more on that later).  He's also the first blonde actor to play Bond, and the first to be born after the start of the film series, and also the first to be born after the death of author Ian Fleming in 1964.   And oh yea, when the part called for it, Daniel's performed in film nude.

In a Time Out London interview  (October 2015), Craig talked about playing the macho James Bond character, answering "Playing James Bond is a lot about how you look – the clothes, the walk, the fitness. Do you ever get fed up with all that?"] It’s a drag. The best acting is when you’re not concerned about the surface. And Bond is the opposite of that. You have to be bothered about how you’re looking. It’s a struggle. I know that how Bond wears a suit and walks into a room is important. But as an actor I don’t want to give a fuck about what I look like! So I have to play with both things. In a way that works, as that’s Bond: he looks good and he doesn’t give a fuck what you think he looks like!"

These pictures are from the 2000 film Some Voices in which Mr. Craig gave us full frontal nudity: 

Born: 2-March-1968

Birthplace: Chester, Cheshire, England

Classic Television - Prime Time

The Bold Ones
Original channel
Original run
December 10, 1968 – May 4, 1973
The Bold Ones is the umbrella title for several television series. It was produced by Universal Television and broadcast on NBC from 1969 to 1973. It was a wheel format series, an NBC programming approach also used by that network in series such as The Name of the Game and the NBC Mystery Movie.

During the four years of the series there were four segments, three of which rotated each season:

The Bold Ones: The New Doctors (1969–73) starred E.G. Marshall, David Hartman, and John Saxon (who was replaced by Robert Walden in the final season).
The Bold Ones: The Lawyers (1969–72) starred Burl Ives, Joseph Campanella, and James Farentino. This series was based on the TV movies The Sound of Anger and The Whole World Is Watching.
The Bold Ones: The Protectors (1969–70) starred Leslie Nielsen and Hari Rhodes as an often conflicting police official and district attorney. This series was based on the TV movie Deadlock.
The Bold Ones: The Senator (1970–71) starred Hal Holbrook. This series was based on the TV movie A Clear and Present Danger.

A very talented Selfer

Gay Ghost #15: The Football Player Who Got Unstuck in Time

From: Tales of West Hollywood
 You often hear stories about people who get unstuck in time.

Two British ladies touring Versailles slip into the era of Louis XIV.

A man makes a wrong turn in a department store and finds himself in an earlier version of the store from the 1930s.

A man in 19th century costume falls out of the sky.

 Here's a photo of  a hipster dude, wearing a t-shirt and modern sunglasses, looking tremendously out of place amid the old people in fedoras witnessing the opening of a bridge in Canada in 1941.

He's probably not unstuck in time, just unstuck. .

There are a lot of unstuck people wandering around on Christopher Street in New York.

It's not exclusively or even predominantly gay: the few gay bars and restaurants are scattered amid weird boutiques, kids' clothing stores, pet supply stores, and the Finnish Lutheran Church.

 But it's where Gay Liberation began, a sacred place, a site for pilgrimages for gay people from around the world. 

Especially those who have been traumatized by homophobic hatred.

Lost, lonely, confused.  Ghosts. Revenants. Time travelers.

Like the guy who was wearing only white shorts and a black Amish hat, on a cold day in October.

And the Man in Black who just appeared, walking next to me, one day.

And Carey from Tuscaloosa.

I saw him in Christopher Park, staring at the Gay Liberation Monument as if he had seen anything so strange: in his 20s, medium height, solidly built, a little nerdy, with a square face, dirty blond hair, and thick eyebrows.  He was wearing brown slacks, a red sweatshirt with giant letter A on it, and a brown fedora, and carrying an old-fashioned knapsack rather than a backpack.

First rule of living in big cities: don't stop to talk to anyone you don't know.  They will con you, or rob you, or both.

But I am particularly attracted to "lost souls," so I stopped.  "Pretty great, isn't it?"

 "Murder!"  he said with a smile.  " I knew the Big Apple was up-to-date, but so out in the open and all!  You sure couldn't get away with this tootie back home."  He turned to me and held out his hand.  "Hiya, kid.  I'm Carey, Tuscaloosa U. of A.  Go Crimson Tide!"

Later I figured out that he meant the University of Alabama football team. "Boomer.  You're a long way from home."

"Don't I know it!  We're on field trip to see the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State.  I sort of got side tracked on the Staten Island Ferry.  Say, you wouldn't know any eateries around here, would ya, Jackson?  I could eat a horse, hooves and all!"

I took him to a Thai place, where he was amazed by both the food and the prices. 

Carey said he had always been attracted to guys, but he wasn't out to anybody, and he would probably get married, because "that's the way we do things in the South."  He had no idea that there were books on gay topics or gay characters on TV: "we don't look at a lot of television in the South."

I took him back to my apartment -- yes, my roommate was that way, too --  and showed him my bookcase full of books on gay history and culture.  "What's Stonewall?" he asked, pulling a book off the shelf. "Stonewall Jackson?  Was he that way?"

"It's the bar across from Christopher Park, where Gay Liberation began."

He stared at me, blank, confused.

"The Stonewall Riots?  Gay Pride Day?"

He put the book down and wrapped his arms around me. "I'm not much for history --  I like the present.  Two guys together, right here, right now, that's all that counts, dig?"

Nothing spectacular about the hookup.  Very nice physique, smelled of cologne.  Uncut, average sized, complained about having to use a condom.

Then he got dressed and said "Thanks, Boomer.  It's been swell, but I'd better be getting back."  And he vanished into the night, leaving me thinking.

His slang, his costume, his lack of familiarity with TV or the basics of gay history -- was Carey unstuck in time?  Or just a clueless Southern boy?

I looked up the roster of the Alabama Crimson Tide football team in the 1930s -- yes, those records are available -- and found a William Cary Cox from Bainbridge, Georgia, who played center from 1937 to 1939.   He looked kind of like my Carey.

After college, he served in World War II, and then ran an auto dealership in Alexandria City, Alabama.  He died in 1991, survived by his wife and two children.

A life lived fully, excessively in the Straight World.

Unless he took a  "jump to the left" one day in 1939 and ended up in the West Village.

11 Great Celebrity Mustache Rides For #Movember

From: NewNowNext
Josh Hartnett
There was always something a little… exasperating about Josh Hartnett until he showed up in Showtime’s Penny Dreadful. There, his sullen demeanor, Old West ’stache and fluid sexuality have made for a lethal combination.

Favorite Pic Series of the Day: November 8th

From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things

Favorite Pic of The Day: November 8, 2007

From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things


Studly Bear

9 Diva Duets That Will Leave You Gagging

From: NewNowNext

BONUS: “Natural Woman” 
Gloria Estefan, Aretha Franklin, Mariah Carey, Celine Dion, Carole King, Shania Twain

Because how could you stumble upon this video and NOT include it on a diva listicle?

Lars Stephan

Michael Heverly

If a man is willing to shave his chest...


Tied to a Chair

Send In The Clowns

Maximiliano Patane by Franck Glenisson

Shaking What The Good Lord Gave Him

"Hello Barbu"

Retro Print


Letterman Sweater

Owl Cupcakes

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