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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 29, 2016

48 FIT, MUSCULAR MEN TO MAKE YOUR TAINT TINGLE

From: Manhunt Daily

Palermo, Buenos Aires, Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina
I do not look less .. The rest lies the old ....
The question is never answer = "you're looking for safe -. Neg Mar 11, 2015 Hyper careful, people only want and care WHO If your profile says" no photo no reply "not got photo and notice, you can be pelotudo Means ... I do not seek cornalitos, try to serve the head ...


Palermo, Buenos Aires, Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina
I do not look less .. The rest lies the old ....
The question is never answer = "you're looking for safe -. Neg Mar 11, 2015 Hyper careful, people only want and care WHO If your profile says" no photo no reply "not got photo and notice, you can be pelotudo Means ... I do not seek cornalitos, try to serve the head ..

Boxers or Briefs: West Hollywood

Butthead

 CHRISTOPHER


1981
New York, United States
visual artist



BUTT: What's the most fun or exciting thing you've done lately?

Christopher: Went swimming in a really cold creek in the Catskills.


 BUTT: What's the most fun or exciting thing you've done lately?

Christopher: Every time my meaty gym crush enters the locker room he fills it with the smell of his balls.


BUTT: What's the most fun or exciting thing you've done lately?

Christopher: Wore the ol' Totenkopf Death in June shirt to The Eagle. This Channing Tatum looking hunk came up to me, grabbed me, pulled me close, and with his lips inches from mine he sang Fall Apart.

Favorite Pic of the Day for March 29, 2008

From: Favorite Hunks &  Other Things
Had to choose this classic pic of hottie Eric Nies by photographer Bruce Weber who is celebrating his 62nd 70th birthday today.

Nick Beyeler

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From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things







Four Decades of NYC Gay Pride. Were You There?

From: Advocate
1978
On June 28, 1969, a riot occurred outside the Stonewall Inn in New York City’s Greenwich Village — the LGBT crowd was protesting a police raid of the bars. That riot spawned the modern-day LGBT rights movement.

In the summer following the Stonewall riots, the first Gay Pride Parade was held on the city's Christopher Street. Every summer since then, in recognition of that historic event, the parade has been held in New York City. Last year it was attended by more than 2 million people.

These photos by NYC-based artist Stanley Stellar document some of the people who celebrated at the parades from 1978 to 2008. Through Stellar’s skilled eye, we see into the souls of some of those who ventured out in those early years to celebrate an integral part of their lives — a part that otherwise might not be revealed on a daily basis. These images depict brave pioneers who knew they were on the right side of a cause, not only for themselves but also for later generations. Sadly, due to the ravages of AIDS, many of the people captured by Stellar's camera are no longer with us.

The Pride parade will be celebrated again this June in New York City and in thousands of cities around the world — until then, feast on these wonderful images.

Looking Back/Looking Forward: NYC’s Gay Pride Parades 1979-1995
Photographs by Stanley Stellar
Curated by Hunter O’Hanian

Hudson County Community College
71 Sip Ave.
Jersey City, N.J.

Nyle DiMarco Plays Alex Newell’s Ex-Boyfriend In New Video For “B.O.Y”

And it looks like the "ANTM" winner was a very bad boy.
From: NewNowNext
Nyle DiMarco took some time off from learning choreography for his current gig as a contestant on Dancing With The Stars in order to appear in the brand new Alex Newell video, “B.O.Y. (Basically Over You).”

Alex, who is probably best known for his time on Glee, is turning out some of the best dance tracks of 2016, and “B.O.Y.” is no exception.

In the video for the new single, Newell is getting revenge on his ex, played by the hunky DiMarco, fresh off his recent America’s Next Top Model win.

It sadly features a little more clothing than we’re used to seeing on DiMarco, but the song is so infectious that we certainly can’t complain.

Check out the full video for “B.O.Y. (Basically Over You)” below.

James Franco Explains His Gay(ish) Sexuality And Deep “Obsession” With Gay Culture

In the name of art!
From: NewNowNext
 James Franco further discusses his “obsession” with gay culture and queer topics in film in the latest issue of Rolling Stone, whose cover appropriately hails the interview as a look into “The Mystery of James Franco” and, more specifically, what drives him creatively.

Citing the countless queer narratives he’s worked on, from Milk to Interior. Leather. Bar., I Am Michael and The Broken Tower — and indirectly hinting at others, like the Straight James/Gay James book of poetry he published in December and the publicity he cooked up over a fake ’gay relationship’ with his best friend — the magazine attempts to find the source of James’ fascination with everything gay.


“When I was studying at NYU, I took classes in critical studies, and one of my favorites was on queer cinema,” James explained. “We’ve told the straight, heteronormative stories ad nauseam by now, in our movies, our shows, our commercials – everywhere. I think it’s healthy to make work that disrupts and questions that, and shows alternative narratives. That’s what an artist should do.”

The interview also resurfaces a quote James gave in a 2015 interview with Dot429, where he said he was “gay in my art and straight in my real life” as well as “gay…up to the point of intercourse” in an attempt to unpack his own sexuality and what it means:

The line separating art from life can grow porous, as on Franco’s Instagram, where he’s posted numerous homoerotic shots of himself – bare-chested in an exercise room, his arm slung around an oiled-up actor in bikini briefs, or looking buff while getting his nipples shaved in a hotel room. Franco tells me he’s approached Instagram, at times, as “a way of finding out what boundaries are and pressing buttons.”

One of James’ upcoming queer projects is the hotly anticipated King Cobra, which recounts the murder of gay porn producer Bryan Kocis. The film, starring Franco, Alicia Silverstone, Christian Slater, Molly Ringwald and Keegan Allen, is expected for an April 16 release.

How Deaf Supermodel Nyle DiMarco Learned To Dance

"He's showing America that anybody can dance."
From: NewNowNext
 Deaf supermodel turned dancer Nyle DiMarco, and his Dancing With The Stars partner Peta Murgatroyd, reveal their secret for learning the complicated dances on the show.

To account for not being able to pick up on movement cues denoted by the music, DiMarco relies on “hand signals and cues,” Murgatroyd said during a segment on Good Morning America.



“Sometimes I tap his back. That’s to count him in the 5-6-7-8. I have the squeeze. I go like this when I want to be brought back for the rumba. The good old scratch on the back…that means turn around.”

Murgatroyd continued, “We do it hundreds and hundreds of times, so he gets to feel how long to hold something, how quickly to move through something. He’s showing America that anybody can dance…what could be more inspirational than that?”

Along with the hand signals, DiMarco also employs an interpreter, who is with him every step of the way.

Check out the full segment below!



Gay Couple Comes Out To Their Fathers Live On “Italy’s Got Talent”

Perfetto!
From: NewNowNext
A gay couple competing on the most recent episode of Italia’s Got Talent came out to their fathers on live television with an impassioned contemporary dance that moved all four judges.

Roberto and Umberto explained to the judges that their fathers know they are dance partners but not romantically involved. The couple have been together for two years and only felt comfortable coming out to their mothers — until now, that is.

The beautiful dance landed the couple a spot in the upcoming finals and hopefully also struck a chord in the hearts of many in Italy, which is one of the last remaining European countries that hasn’t embraced same-sex marriage yet.

Check out the clip below:

Guess His Cock # 070

From:  Guess His Cock
 Here is a guy that is hanging in a sporting goods store in the fishing aisle. He has his hands in his pockets doing some of his own "fisihing." Wanna know how big a pole he is deal with or what bait he has to catch you with, go after the jump!

Trump Campaign Manager Charged With Battery After Allegedly Manhandling Reporter

Corey Lewandowski allegedly grabbed reporter Michelle Fields at a campaign event in Jupiter, Florida — police on Tuesday released footage of the incident.
From: BuzzFeed
Donald Trump’s campaign manager has been charged with simple battery after allegedly manhandling Breitbart reporter former Michelle Fields at an event in Jupiter, Florida.


Corey Lewandowski — who according to the police report lives in Trump Tower in New York City — turned himself in to police just after 8 a.m, the Palm Beach Post reported. Jupiter Police said he was released with a notice to appear in court.
“Mr. Lewandowski is absolutely innocent of this charge,” his lawyers Scott Richardson and Kendall Coffey said in a statement. “He will enter a plea of not guilty and looks forward to his day in court.” He’s scheduled to appear on May 4.

Jupiter police released this video of the incident:

Donald Trump’s campaign manager has been charged with simple battery. He allegedly manhandled Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields at an event in Jupiter, Florida earlier this month.More on the incident: http://bzfd.it/1pHKERM
Posted by BuzzFeed News on Tuesday, March 29, 2016
Still, Donald Trump tweeted Tuesday that there was “nothing there.”


Fields responded shortly after, saying Trump was “lying”:

Katrina Pierson, a Trump spokesperson told CNN Lewandowski will be staying on as campaign manager while the legal process plays out.
“We have total confidence in our campaign manager and we feel he is going to be exonerated,” she said.
Fields said Lewandowski grabbed her arm and nearly threw her to the ground when she was covering an event at Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter, Florida, on March 8. The incident caused multiple bruises on her arm, she said.
“Someone had grabbed me tightly by the arm and yanked me down,” she wrote. “I almost fell to the ground, but was able to maintain my balance. Nonetheless, I was shaken.”

The Washington Post’s Ben Terris, who was also covering the event, supported Fields’s story.
The Trump campaign spokesperson Hope Hicks insisted the accusations were “entirely false.” She then blasted Fields for taking the issue to Twitter instead of directly to the campaign and insinuated she was a liar.
On March 11, about three days after the incident, Lewandowski tweeted directly at Fields disputing her allegations.

Fields filed a police report with the Jupiter Police Department the same day. The next day, March 12, police officers obtained vide footage from Trump Security at Trump National, according to the arrest report.
According to the police report, the video parallels what Fields told officers.
“After extending his arm out, Lewandowski appeared to reach for Fields’s left arm with his left hand, allowing him to get closer to Fields,” the police report reads. “Lewandowski then grabbed Fields left arm with his right hand, causing her to turn and step back. This motion cleared a path for Lewandowski to walk past Fields, allowing him to “catch up” and get closer to Trump, who was walking during the entire incident.”
Michelle Fields and Breitbart News editor-at-large Ben Shapiro have since resigned from the company over the site’s handling of the incident.


Here’s a timeline of BuzzFeed News’ coverage of the incident and fallout:






#Hiddlesbum: Tom Hiddleston's Butt Takes on Twitter

"Come to England. It's full of rolling hills."
From: OUT
Tom Hiddleston was on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Monday night to promote his latest television foray, The Night Manager, but most of the conversation focused on Hiddleston's greatest ass-et.

After exposing his rather shapely behind in 2015's Crimson Peak, Hiddeston's bum or "English countryside" has gotten quite the attention. Hiddleston laughingly said, "Come to England. It's full of rolling hills," referring to his rather shapely behind. "It's essentially a bid for tourism."

Colbert proceeded to read some of the best tweets featuring the hastag #Hiddlesbum, and here are some Out found:




Check out the rest of Hiddleston's interview for more #Hiddlesbum commentary. The Night Manager premieres April 19 10/9c on AMC:

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‘Benson’ Star James Noble Dies at 94

From: Variety
James Noble, best known for his role as Governor Eugene Gatling on “Benson,” died on Monday in Connecticut, The New York Times reports. He was 94.

The actor died at Norwalk Hospital after suffering a stroke.

Noble — born in Dallas, Texas, on March 5, 1922 — began his stage career in the 1949 Broadway production of “The Velvet Glove.” The actor went on to play John Hancock in the musical “1776” and portrayed Reverend John Witherspoon in its 1972 movie adaptation.
Noble played absent-minded Gov. Gatling for seven seasons on the hit 1980s ABC sitcom “Benson,” which focused on his character’s relationship with Robert Guillaume’s Benson DuBois.

His TV credits also included episodes of “The Love Boat,” “Perfect Strangers,” “Law & Order,” and the soap operas “One Life to Live,” “Another World,” “The Brighter Day,” “As the World Turns,” “The Doctors” and “A World Apart.” He also appeared in the films “One Summer Love” (1976), “10” (1979), “Promises in the Dark” (1979), “Being There” (1979), “Airplane II: The Sequel” (1982), “A Tiger’s Tale” (1987), “Paramedics” (1988) and “Chances Are” (1989).

He co-founded Open the Gate Pictures with actress Colleen Murphy in 2005.

Noble’s wife, actress Carolyn Coates, whom he met when they were both working on “Pygmalion,” died in 2005. He is survived by his daughter, Jessica Katherine Noble Cowan.

Today’s Briefs are brought to you by …

 Kelvis Viera from DNA Magazine

Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress

1951
Kim Hunter 
as
Stella Kowalski
A Streetcar Named Desire

Kim Hunter (November 12, 1922 – September 11, 2002) was an American film, theater, and television actress. She won both an Academy Award and a Golden Globe Award, each as Best Supporting Actress, for her performance as Stella Kowalski in the 1951 film A Streetcar Named Desire. Decades later she was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for her work on the long-running soap The Edge of Night. She has also portrayed the character of Zira in the first three installments of the original Planet of the Apes (1968-1973).

Oscar-Winning Actress Patty Duke Is Dead at 69

From: NBC News
Oscar-winning actress Patty Duke, who hit the trifecta of stardom with her turns on TV, in the movies, and on Broadway, is dead. She was 69.

Duke died due to sepsis from a ruptured intestine, her managers said.

The Queens-born daughter of a troubled cashier and alcoholic cab driver, Duke overcame a dark childhood to become one of the Hollywood's most respected actresses and president of the Screen Actors Guild from 1985 to 1988.

Duke rocketed to fame in the 1960's as the star of "The Patty Duke Show," which ran for 104 episodes over three seasons, and in which she played her rambunctious self as well as her more demure "identical cousin."

Diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 1982, Duke devoted her later years to championing mental health programs and raising her three sons, two of whom — Sean and Mackenzie Astin — followed in their mother's footsteps and became actors as well.

"I love you Mom," Sean Astin said in a statement confirming his mother's death.

Duke was married four times; she is also survived by her last husband, Michael Pearce, and their son, Kevin Pearce.

In a statement, Duke's family called her a "beloved wife, mother, grandmother, matriarch and the exquisite artist, humanitarian, and champion for mental health."

She "closed her eyes, quieted her pain and ascended to a beautiful place," the statement read. "We celebrate the infinite love and compassion she shared through her work and throughout her life. Her work endures..."

Born Anna Marie Duke in Dec. 14, 1946, Duke was one of three children. Her career was launched at age 8 when her mother, unable to cope with the kids, turned her over to talent scouts John and Ethel Ross, who saw gold in the perky young girl.

"Anna Marie is dead" Ethel Ross told her. "You're Patty now."

Duke made her Broadway debut at age 12 playing Helen Keller in "The Miracle Worker." Three years later, at age 16, Duke won the best supporting actress Oscar reprising her role as the young Helen in the celebrated 1962 screen adaptation of the play.

Then in 1979, Duke won an Emmy playing Keller's teacher — the role originally played on Broadway by Anne Bancroft — in a TV version of the same play.

But behind the scenes, Duke was miserable. In her memoir "Call Me Anna," Duke claimed her managers controlled just about every aspect of her life and she began drinking and abusing prescription drugs as a teenager. She accused them of sexual abuse and of squandering her earnings.

After "The Patty Duke Show" was cancelled, Duke starred in the camp classic "Valley of the Dolls." She won a second Emmy in 1976 for her turn in the TV mini-series "Captains and the Kings." And she also appeared in TV shows like Police Story, Hawaii 5-O and Night Gallery.

Later, Duke became an advocate for the mentally ill, working with the National Institute of Mental Health and the National Alliance
on Mental Illness.

100 Treasured Chests: Hairy Edition

From: OUT
Lorenzo Martone
Entrepreneur, Consultant

Lorenzo Martone (born May 14, 1979) is an entrepreneur in the fashion industry. Martone was born in SΓ£o Paulo, Brazil, and currently resides in New York City where he manages multiple businesses and entrepreneurial projects. Martone founded the Martone Agency in New York, now known as The Creative NYC, designed a swimwear line called Nycked in 2010, and launched a line of designer bicycles with Martone Cycling Co in 2013.

100 Most Eligible Bachelors 2016

From: OUT
Simon Dunn
Australian Bobsledder

American Eagle Ditches The Airbrushing For Refreshingly Real Men Underwear Campaign

"My hope is that sharing my un-retouched self, I will inspire other people to feel confident enough to share themselves."
From: NewNowNext
Do we like pictures of hot, muscular boys in their underwear? Yes. But is it the best way to market to the average man who deserves to feel every bit as sexy as a model does? Not so much.

That’s why American Eagle is joining companies like Axe Body Spray in shifting towards campaigns that promote healthy body images and a more diverse idea of masculinity.

The new underwear campaign is called #aerieman, and uses the tagline “The real you is beautiful” in order to advertise to a more well-rounded audience.

#aerieman introduces us to four men, including one who actually is a perfectly sculpted model, in a promotional series of videos that are as weird as they are inspiring.

“Great style to me is when anyone feels comfortable in what they wear,” said Kelvin, from the middle of his giant bubble bath.

Meanwhile an aerieman named Devon talks with a stereotypical stoner accent as he bounces around in his marijuana leaf undies.

Check out all the videos below to get to know the #Aeriemen a little better.










Groovy Flashback: TIME Covers 1970 - 1979

From: Deep Dish
Doonesbury - February 9, 1976

15 Gay Movies You Should Netflix-Stream

From: OUT
Any Day Now 
2012
After a gay couple decide to house a mentally impaired teenager who was abandoned, they find themselves fighting a discriminatory legal system.

Sexy Daddy




6.2% of All Men Have Had Same-Sex Relations

A new study reveals fascinating insights into sexual behavior.
From: OUT
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention recently released a study that analyzed sexual attraction and orientation among American adults between ages 18-44. It polled data from 9,175 people who participated in a 2011-2013 National Survey of Family Growth. We’ve compiled some of the most interesting findings:


-2.8% of heterosexual men have had same-sex sexual contact (compared to 12.6% of heterosexual women)

-67.9% of gay or bisexual men have had opposite-sex sexual contact (compared to 89.7% of lesbian or bisexual women)

-6.2% of all men have had same-sex sexual contact (compared to 17.4% of women)

-92.1% of men insist they are attracted to only the opposite sex (compared to 81% of women)

Check out the complete study here.

Carlos Soares - Playgirl - February 1976







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