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, March 1, 2016

Guess His Cock: #023

From: Guess His Cock
His shirt tells us he is MR. RIGHT NOW, does his cock tell us the same thing.  Check after the jump to find out!

Didn’t realize I was on my knees in so many pics lol


Scream, Queens! The Top 40 Horror Films of The 80’s!

From:  The Backlot

The late 80′s saw a small boon in killer puppet films, with Child’s Play (which we’ll see later), Puppet Master and Dolls. 87′s Dolls was Stuart Gordon‘s followup to his classic Reanimator, but is sadly forgotten. It’s a shame, because it contains some truly great moments, including what would be the creepiest giant teddy bear seen on film until Bjork ran through that forest.

Classic Television - Prime Time

Original channel
Original run
Summer 1972
Lorne Greene
Pernell Roberts
Dan Blocker
Michael Landon
Victor Sen Yung
David Canary
Mitch Vogel
Ray Teal
Bing Russell
Tim Matheson

During the summer of 1972, NBC broadcast reruns of episodes Bonanza of the show from the 1967–1970 era on Tuesday evenings at 7:30 p.m. under the title Ponderosa while also rerunning more recent episodes on Sunday evenings in the show's normal time slot as Bonanza. In the fall of 1972, off-network episodes were released in broadcast syndication to local stations by NBC under the Ponderosa name. After the series was cancelled, the syndicated reruns reverted to the Bonanza name.

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17 Days of the "Luck of the Irish"

To help celebrate St. Patrick's Day on March 17th,  you find 17 posts will bring you a touch of Irish and just might make you touch yourself! ;-)

8 Ways Bernie Sanders Has Stood Up For LGBT Equality

From: NewNowNext

He supports the Equality Act.

You can still be fired simply for being gay or trans in 27 states, but Bernie is a co-sponsor of the Equality Act, which would amend the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to ban discrimination based on gender identity or sexual orientation.

And if elected president, he says he’d happily sign it into law.

“We’ve got to end LGBT discrimination in the workplace. Vermont did this 22 years ago when it passed one of the first state laws in the country protecting lesbian and gay workers. Congress should have acted long ago, but Republicans have blocked action.”

8 Times Hillary Clinton Was A Champion Of The LGBT Community

From: NewNowNext
When she fought to pass the Equality Act.

At a town hall meeting in 2015, Clinton expressed that passing legislation that would add sexual orientation and gender identity protections to the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was her “highest priority.”

In July, she tweeted that “the Equality Act will mean full federal equality for LGBT Americans & stronger anti-discrimination protections for everyone. Past time.”

Elton Motello

From: NewNowNext
Elton Motello was a British Punk Rock band founded by Alan Ward in the mid 70s.

Alan had connections in Belgium and there he recorded the backing track for “Jet Boy, Jet Girl,” using session musicians. The band then recorded the vocals over the backing track and released the single, which was revolutionary then, in 1977. It’s about a 15-year-old boy’s sexual relationship with an older man, who then rejects him for a girl. The song uses the boy’s pov: he is a wild thing, think Mickey in the first couple of seasons of Shameless. Their meeting: “We made it on a ballroom blitz, I took his arm and kissed his lips. He looked at me with such a smile my face turned red, we booked a room into the Ritz.” and then he triumphantly proclaims: “He gives me head”.

He then elaborates: “And though I’m only just fifteen, I like to kick, I like to scream and even if I have a kick or two in bed, when I’m with him it’s just a dream.” However: “The other day, what a surprise, I saw him with some other guys. God he was dressed up with a girl around his neck, I could have cried with both my eyes.”

He then projects himself in the future: “And if or when I make it through, or if my brain is stuck on glue and when the world tries to forget all that I’ve said, I’ll still remember you.”

The single was a minor hit in Australia, because a “harmless” part of the chorus was used on a TV ad. It didn’t do much anywhere else.

It seems that it’s shock value hasn’t lessened with time. In 1989, the American FCC fined a radio station $10,000 for playing the song. You, however, get to hear it.

The same backing track was used, with different lyrics, for the song Γ‡a Plane Pour Moi. It is credited to Belgian Plastic Bertrand, although the record’s producer claims that he himself performed the vocals. This version became a big hit all over the world, hitting #1 in France and Switzerland, #2 in Australia and the Netherlands, #4 in Ireland, #6 in Germany, #7 in Belgium and #8 in the UK. It even made #47 in the US Hot 100.

6 Queer Films That Should Have Been Nominated For Oscars This Year

From: NewNowNext
“Tab Hunter Confidential” 
Best Documentary Feature

One of the most gorgeous hunks ever to come out of Hollywood, Tab Hunter was a teen heartthrob back in the 1950s, and had a second screen life thanks to John Waters, who put him in Polyester.

Jeffrey Schwarz’s documentary, based on Hunter’s memoir by the same name, was a hit on the LGBT film festival circuit and is an incredibly compelling tale from the Hollywood closet.

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Favorite Pic Series of the Day: March 1, 2008

A little Casey Stevens for a Tuesday.
From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things

Favorite Pic of the Day for March 1, 2008

From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things

Abercrombie & Fitch is America's Most Hated Retailer

From: Wicked Gay
Oh how the mighty have fallen. 
"Abercrombie & Fitch is once again finding itself hated.

Once the purveyor of clunky cargo shorts and moose-embossed hoodies, the brand’s declining fortunes took another hit in a new survey that ranked it the most-hated retailer in the U.S. last year, scoring a 65 in a new American Customer Satisfaction Index, which measures people’s happiness with brands." Full stroy here!!

Bart Turner - Playgirl - July 1975

Hot Heeb of the Day

From: Hot Heebs
Hilton Beach, Tel Aviv

A Couple Of Things...

What do you think of couples who dress in similar or matching clothing...

Guess His Cock: #022

Today we have a African-American military man that is already lost his his short and and the pants are coming down.  Will the old myth hold true?  Check after the jump to find out!



25 Times White Actors Played People Of Color And No One Really Gave A S**t

Think blackface and yellowface are a thing of the past? Get ready to cringe.
From: Huffington Post
 As if it wasn't enough that Hollywood lacks serious diversity behind and in front of the camera, the industry also has a nasty (not so) little habit of giving diverse roles to white actors. 

That means that while an average of 75.2 percent of speaking roles already go to white actors, according the recent University of Southern California study "Inequality in 700 Popular Films," some of those parts are actually characters of color.

Over time we have come to expect a tsunami-sized wave of backlash when an actor of color is cast as a fictional character that audiences feel should be white -- see controversies over Michael B. Jordan as the Human Torch or Amandla Stenberg as Rue of "The Hunger Games" -- but the outrage isn't quite the same when white actors portray characters of color. Even when, often, they are based of off real-life people of color. 

Think whitewashing, blackface and yellowface are things of the past? Get ready to cringe. Here are 25 times white actors played people of color and no one really gave a sh*t.

Angelina Jolie 
Mariane Pearl

"A Mighty Heart" (2007) is based on the real-life ordeal of journalist Mariane Pearl after her husband Daniel, a journalist for The Wall Street Journal, is kidnapped and later murdered by Pakistani militants. 

Character's Background
Mariane Pearl was born in France but she is of Afro-Cuban descent. She has naturally curly hair and a dark complexion.

Actress' Background
Angelina Jolie has no African roots. None. Zero. She is of mixed-European descent. Her hair is not naturally curly, her skin is naturally fair and her eyes are actually blue-green. Behold (above), present-day blackface.

“America’s Next Top Model” Contestant Dustin McNeer’s Full-Frontal Pic Leaked

From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
 If a former America’s Next Top Model contestant showcasing the only parts of his body the show never featured feels like deja vu, that’s because it was only last week we got up close and personal with Phil Sullivan, the bearded wonder.

Well Christmas has apparently come early year, as another ANTM contestant, Dustin McNeer of the most recent (and final) cycle, now has the distinct honor of sharing his nether regions with the world.
It’s not as if Dustin was at all shy about showing off his body before:
A photo posted by Dustin McNeer♛ (@d_mcneer) on

A photo posted by Dustin McNeer♛ (@d_mcneer) on

A photo posted by Dustin McNeer♛ (@d_mcneer) on

A photo posted by Dustin McNeer♛ (@d_mcneer) on

But in case you aren’t the “it’s hotter when I have to imagine it” type, you can now see what’s hiding under all those garments.

Cat-Friend Vs. Dog-Friend


From: Boy Culture

Ends Of The World

From: Boy Culture

Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor

George Clooney 
Robert Barnes

George Timothy Clooney (born May 6, 1961) is an American actor, screenwriter, producer, director, and activist. He has received three Golden Globe Awards for his work as an actor and two Academy Awards, one for acting and the other for producing.

Clooney made his acting debut on television in 1978, and later gained wide recognition in his role as Dr. Doug Ross on the long-running medical drama ER from 1994 to 1999, for which he received two Primetime Emmy Award nominations. While working on ER, he began attracting a variety of leading roles in films, including the superhero film Batman & Robin (1997) and the crime comedy Out of Sight (1998), in which he first worked with director Steven Soderbergh, who would become a long-time collaborator. In 1999, he took the lead role in Three Kings, a well-received war satire set during the Gulf War.

In 2001, Clooney's fame widened with the release of his biggest commercial success, the heist comedy Ocean's Eleven, the first of the film trilogy, a remake of the 1960 film with Frank Sinatra as Danny Ocean. He made his directorial debut a year later with the biographical spy comedy Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, and has since directed the historical drama Good Night, and Good Luck (2005), the sports comedy Leatherheads (2008), the political drama The Ides of March (2011), and the war film The Monuments Men (2014).

Clooney won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for the Middle East thriller Syriana (2005), and subsequently earned Best Actor nominations for the legal thriller Michael Clayton (2007) and the comedy-dramas Up in the Air (2009) and The Descendants (2011). In 2013, he received the Academy Award for Best Picture for producing the political thriller Argo. He is the only person who has been nominated for Academy Awards in six different categories.

In 2009, Clooney was included in Time's annual Time 100 as one of the "Most Influential People in the World". He is also noted for his political activism, and has served as one of the United Nations Messengers of Peace since January 31, 2008. His humanitarian work includes his advocacy of finding a resolution for the Darfur conflict, raising funds for the 2010 Haiti earthquake, Armenian Genocide recognition, 2004 Tsunami, and 9/11 victims, and creating documentaries such as Sand and Sorrow to raise awareness about international crises. He is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

100 Most Eligible Bachelors 2016

From: OUT
Gregg Araki

Gregg Araki (born December 17, 1959) is an American independent filmmaker and film director involved heavily with New Queer Cinema. His film Kaboom was the first ever winner of the Cannes Film Festival Queer Palm awarded in 2010.

History's Hottest Movie Actors

From:  Boy Culture
They called him Bruce

Bruce Lee 

Another athlete who parlayed his physical prowess into a film career, Lee (like Weissmuller before him) never made any pretense to be an actor and never attempted to branch out from his specialty—in his case, mainly because he never had a chance. After a successful stint on TV and filming a couple of karate movies that would go on to help instigate the martial arts craze in the West, the iron man ironically died a young from a cerebral edema after taking some aspirin.
 It would be hard to enter that dragon unless he wanted you to

Sexy Sampler
Fists of Fury (1971), The Way of the Dragon (1972), Enter the Dragon (1973)

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