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, January 21, 2016

Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor

Martin Balsam 
Arnold Burns
A Thousand Clowns

Martin Henry Balsam (November 4, 1919 – February 13, 1996) was an American actor. He is best known for his film roles as Milton Arbogast in Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho, as Arnold Burns in A Thousand Clowns (for which he won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor), and as Juror #1 in 12 Angry Men, as well as for his role as Murray Klein in the television sitcom Archie Bunker's Place.

Favorite Pic of the Day: January 21, 2008

From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things

Tumblr Thursday

From: Dude Tube
It's that time of the week again for another Tumblr Thursday! Here's some of my favorites from this week of the Dudetube Tumblr. If you head over to Tumblr you can see the images in their original sizes and find out who posted them.

Dish of the Day #1806: Baby, It's Cold Outside

Today's Dish is Gregory Nalbone.

Ooops, He Did it again....

Poor Zac Efron can't keep his pants up...
January 21, 2008
From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things

Favorite Pic Series of The Day:: January 21, 2008

From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things

Favorite Guy from Another Gay Movie:

Mitch Morris
January 21, 2008
From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
 I was not a huge fan of 'Another Gay Movie' but I did enjoy watching cutie Mitch Morris. What was fascinating about Morris, is in this film he played the cute geek (with an exceptional behind...). I remembered Mitch from his short story arc on Queer as Folk playing Cody Bell, an intense and violent character who was a vigilante for gay rights and went after those he saw as harassing gay men. It was such a different role, that seeing him in this comedy made me admire him as an actor. Certainly two totally opposite roles.

Mitch as he appeared in Queer As Folk.


From: Daily Squirt
Leonardo di Caprio

He’s proud of his dad bod and unafraid to flaunt it. I bet you’d spread your legs for his dick. Leonardo di Caprio has been nominated for The Revenant.

See the 2016 Razzie Award Nominees Nude

From: Fleshbot
Eddie Redmayne 
The Danish Girl 
Worst Supporting Actor Nomination
 Jupiter Ascending

Born to Fight/Devil Diamond

From: Boomer Beefcake and Bonding

 During the 1930s, boxing was America's sport.  Millions of people watched matches or tuned in by radio.  Champions like Jack Dempsey, Joe Louis, Max Schmeling, and Max Baer became superstars.  In the comics, Joe Palooka was more popular than Flash Gordon or Little Orphan Annie.  And there were dozens of films about fictional boxers and the men who loved them.

Born to Fight (1936) stars Kane Richmond as boxer Tom "Bomber" Brown, who goes on the lam after clobbering a gangster and falls in love with the homeless adolescent Baby Face (19-year old Frankie Darro).  They set up housekeeping -- Bomber cooks breakfast for Baby Face, asks "How did you sleep?" in the morning.  When they determine that Baby Face could make a good living as a boxer (after all, he already has the name for it),  Bomber starts taking 12-hour shifts at the gas station to pay for his training.

 The two are amazingly expressive: they walk off with their arms around each other's waists, enfold each other in full-body hugs, sit pressed together on a bench, drawing their faces so close that they seem preparing to kiss. 

Several years pass, while we see the standard boxing and backstage plot of fame and hubris, and they break up.  Then they realize how much they care for each other and reconcile with teary-eyed abandon. Homoromance is triumphant.

 Devil Diamond (1937) reverses the plot, giving the teenager an unrequited crush on the man.  This time gangsters offer the boxing training to the adolescent Lee (Frankie Darro).  Living at a boarding house during his “training.” Lee becomes quite taken with fellow boarder Jerry Carter (Kane Richmond), a government agent working undercover, and though Jerry is not sure at first if Lee is accomplice, pigeon, or gunsel, he soon warms up to the boy and reveals his true identity. 

Now sharing a secret life, the two spend many scenes heart-to-hearting and going on long walks together.  When Jerry begins courting a girl, Lee roils with jealousy.  What does he need a “dame” for?  Why can’t it be just the two of them?  One night Jerry fails to appear at the boarding house at his usual time, and Lee stays up late waiting, along with Yvonne (Rosita Baker), the landlady’s daughter.  Finally Jerry shows up:

Lee:  [Anxiously] Where you been?  I’ve been looking for you.
Jerry: Out for a walk.  Want anything special?
Lee:  [Hesitates.]  No. . .I just wanted to say hello.
Jerry:  Okay – hello. [Goes upstairs.]
Yvonne: [Frustrated.] Is that all you wanted to say to Jerry?  Hello?

A moment later, Lee musters up his courage and scoots up the stairs after him, but even when they are alone together, he is altogether afraid to say whatever needs to be said.  He stares and stumbles, and mutters incoherently about wanting to become a junior g-man, until Jerry gets frustrated and asks him to leave. 

Lee’s inability to express his interest in Jerry is counterbalanced by his very vocal disinterest in Yvonne: he rebuffs her with snide asides, tells her in no uncertain terms to “scram,” accepts a date with her only when Jerry offers to double. 

The movie ends with the bad guys subdued and Jerry in a clinch with his girl, while Lee looks on in rather obvious distress.  There has been no physical intimacy, no exclusivity, no promise of permanence; the passion has been all one-sided.  Yvonne swoops in to kiss him on the cheek, and he grimaces as we fade out to dreams deferred. 

The 100 Greatest Lost Hits of The 80’s Part 2: The New Batch

From: NewNowNext
“Murphy’s Law” 

The duo of American Rosalind Hunt and Canadian Lise Cullerier only hit the Hot 100 once, but it was with an irresistible slice of post-disco dance funk. It squeaked into the the top 40 in July 1982, peaking at #39.

7 Reasons Why “227” Is Still Our Favorite Address

From: NewNowNext
A Rose by any other name

227 premiered the same year as another sitcom about four women, The Golden Girls, and the two shows even had a similar dynamic: the bossy one, the salacious one, the sweet one (named Rose) and the acerbic older one.

Though 227 doesn’t have the gay following that GG has (yet), it’s just as campy. And Mary and the girls find even more reasons to break out into musical numbers and appear on random game shows.

7 Must-Have Accessories for Hitting the Slopes

From: NewNowNext
The Boots

Synonymous with function, fashion and performance, Khombu – the official supplier of aprΓ¨s ski boots to the U.S. Ski Team – introduces the Wanderers, featuring a weatherproof faux-leather upper, side hook-and-loop straps for easy adjustments, plush faux-fur lining for comfort and warmth and nonslip rubber outsoles for excellent traction so you can give Olympic gayby Gus Kenworthy a run for his medals.

Alot of you recently have been asking me for...

... http://danielbutler.tumblr.com nudes so here you go, and before you say anything he doesn’t mind people posting his nudes he already knows that they are on tumblr.
From: exp0seddmen

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