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, March 31, 2016

The Weekly ShoutOUT™

This week our 158th ShoutOUT™ is to … Evan Adams
From: NewNowNext
Evan starred in numerous Canadian series, including recurring roles on Da Vinci’s City Hall and These Arms Of Mine, and played the title role of Raven in 26 episodes of the award-winning animated children’s series Raven Tales, which was targeted at school-age children and their families to introduce native Aboriginal folklore.

Britney Visits LGBT Historical Society Museum in the Castro

March 31, 2011
From: Daily Squirt

It took a gay village to bring Britney Spears to San Francisco, starting with mayoral candidate Bevan Dufty and extending to bar owners, drag queens, and cheerleaders.

The saga started with Mark Robertson, a producer at ABC’s Good Morning America and a longtime friend of Dufty’s. In late 2010, Dufty said, Robertson called him to propose shooting a Britney Spears promotional video in the Castro. That set off months of discussions and negotiations. From the beginning, Dufty felt strongly that the show should feature local celebrity drag queens.

“While people may jet around Brentwood trying to spot Cameron Diaz, our drag personalities are our celebrities,” Dufty said. “They raise money constantly for different charities. They add a lot to the vitality of the Castro. I was straightforward with Mark that I felt it was really important that they be onstage and be part of the program.”

Producers for GMA asked Heklina, Sister Roma, Juanita More, Pollo del Mar, and Bay Area Reporter society columnist Donna Sachet to introduce the show Sunday, March 27 at the Bill Graham Auditorium. The mini-concert featured three songs from Spears’s new album, Femme Fatale, which was released Tuesday. (The taping was moved from the Castro due to weather concerns.) With almost no direction, the five queens improvised banter that ranged from insults to couture to an endorsement of Dufty’s mayoral bid. That segment of the show wasn’t aired, but Spears did Tweet a photo of her father posing with Heklina and Pollo.

Cheerleading troupe Cheer SF also warmed up the crowd with cheers and stunts before the main act.

In addition, Dufty pushed for the inclusion of the Lavender Youth Recreation and Information Center, which supports LGBT youth, and Larkin Street Youth Services, which supports homeless and at-risk youth. Spears was unable to visit the programs, but GMA taped segments with them and recognized the organizations on air and during the Sunday performance.

After the taping, Spears made a brief visit to the Castro, where she toured the GLBT Historical Society Museum, where she met with Supervisor Scott Wiener. She also stopped by Under One Roof, and waved to fans at Q Bar, which was in the midst of throwing a Spears-themed party. She also briefly greeted Q Bar owner John Bellemore.

Those visits were at Dufty’s recommendation, he said.

“This is huge, to have her go to the historical society,” he told the B.A.R. “A lot of the programming that they do now is to reach out to schools, and just having pictures of her there next to Harvey Milk’s bullhorn, that’s big.”

Wiener said he hoped Spears’s visit to the neighborhood would bring attention to the Castro.

“I was happy to meet Britney, but I was much more happy about the fact that her visit to the Castro and the museum will bring publicity to the neighborhood,” Wiener said. “This is an amazing neighborhood with a rich and storied history. Anything that showcases our neighborhood to the country and the world is a good thing.”

In addition to raising the profile of local personalities, venues, and nonprofits, the event was a moneymaker for Under One Roof. For several days preceding the taping, the retail shop displayed a wax Britney likeness in the window – courtesy of the Wax Museum at Fisherman’s Wharf – and encouraged fans to take their picture with it in exchange for a donation.

The statue was removed just prior to her visit.

Dufty also estimated that 40 to 50 people were hired locally to work at the event.

With the excitement of the visit fading, Dufty now looks forward to the city’s next big musical guest. With no major problems and the crowds feeling generally upbeat, he considers the experience a huge success.

“I hope to do more of it,” he said. “I met with a lady at Jive Records and I hope to follow up.”

At the top of his wish list for future visitors: Rihanna and Diana Ross

Groovy Flashback: TIME Covers 1970 - 1979

From: Deep Dish
Linda Ronstadt - February 28, 1977

The Weekly ShoutOUT™

This week our 158th ShoutOUT™ is to … Evan Adams
From: NewNowNext
Evan teamed up again with Smoke Signals director Sherman Alexie for 2002’s The Business of Fancy Dancing, playing Seymour Polatkin, a successful gay poet living in Seattle who returns to the reservation he grew up on to attend a funeral, and confronts his past.


From: Manhunt Daily

Greater London, England

visiting NYC

(housekeeping point- relocked pics)

The Weekly ShoutOUT™

This week our 158th ShoutOUT™ is to … Evan Adams
From: NewNowNext
49-year-old Canadian Evan Tlesla Àdams has led a fascinating life (as you’ll see this week), starting with his breakthrough acting role in 1998’s Smoke Signals, as Thomas Builds-the-Fire, for which he won an Independent Spirit Award for Best Debut Performance.

23 Centimeters Indeed! – Joaquín Ferreira goes fully frontal in new play

From: Bent
 It appears Joaquín Ferreira can’t keep it in his pants – not that we’re complaining. After appearing full frontal in the Mexican Netflix series Club de Cuervos last year (which you can see pictures of here), he’s at it again, in the aptly named Mexican play 23 centímetros.

23 centímetros is a play by Ruben Lara, with Joaquín Ferreira staring from 11th July at the Calandraca Theatre in Mexico.

And today’s Briefs are brought to you by … Wendell Brown from Charlie By MZ

Wendell Brown from Charlie By MZ

6 Reasons To Treat Your BF To A Sensual Massage

From: Boy Culture
Quinn Christopher Jaxon
There are numerous types of massage which can offer both the masseur and the recipient a host of benefits. While sports massages might be offered in the event of an injury, a massage to a particular area of the body could be used to break down fat cells and reduce cellulite. These are both examples of the many where one would see a therapist in a professional setting.

When the massage occurs between partners, however, it’s accepted that the benefits are less health-based and are more likely to have a positive influence on the relationship and the enjoyment the partners can give to each other. 

The potential benefits of giving your boyfriend a sensual massage might include:

Physical benefits

Massage is widely proven to reduce tension in muscles and throughout the organs, to reduce stress levels by promoting relaxation and helps to improve blood circulation throughout the body. Blood carries with it oxygen and can aid in healing and general wellness, meaning that any enjoyment of the massage is matched with a feeling of wellbeing. 

Release of hormones

During massage, both partners might enjoy the release of certain hormones which can have a powerful effect on them, their moods and whatever activities follow the massage. Oxytocin, progesterone and testosterone are all released during massage and other sensual activities. Oxytocin, for example, is often referred to as the “love hormone” and might make a person feel closeness to the person with them at the time.


Sensual massage is often used as part of therapy when a couple haven’t been experiencing any physical connection. For example, if they’re having a time of turmoil within the relationship or have experienced change such as the birth of a baby, a massage may be suggested as a way for them to re-engage with each other, without a sexual agenda. 

Trust and closeness

Massage is often used either as an activity between partners or as a part of foreplay because of the closeness and trust it promotes. In essence, humans are at their most trusting when they’re physically close, and during this male massage experience, the receiver has to rely on their partner to stimulate and care for them. If they can achieve this level of trust in the massage setting, it bodes well for other areas of the relationship. 


In most cases, when people think of sensual massage, they see it as part of their foreplay; either on a regular basis or as a special treat. Not only can it expand the time that the couple spend with each other before getting to the “main event” but it can give them time to explore what their partner likes and finds pleasurable, allowing their physical relationship to improve.


Most people enjoy sensual massage because it allows them to achieve a prolonged and heightened orgasm. The closeness, the sensation and the fact that in many cases mutual touching is expected and well-received mean that in many cases both the masseur and the recipient will enjoy the massage and may both experience climax simply through the act of massage, prior to any actual sexual activity.

Ewan McGregor

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From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
 Ewan in Velvet Goldmine

Ewan in The Pillow Book

Ewan in Trainspotting

 Ewan in Long Way Round

 Ewan in Young Adam

Favorite Pic of The Day for March 31, 2008

From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things

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

From: The Backlot

The Fog

My favorite John Carpenter film, and one of his most underrated. Halloween was such a pop culture milestone that when Carpenter presented this followup, it was met with scorn and disappointment from people who weren't expecting a classic ghost story. The opening narration from John Houseman, which leads into the fog-enshrouded coastline and the credits, is one of Carpenter’s greatest moments. And everything, from the wonderful score, to the cast of Carpenter … regulars?, works splendidly. And let me tell you how much I love the faboo Adrienne Barbeau. First, her character’s name is Stevie. Plus she had a fabulous beach house, and she had my all-time dream job … A LIGHTHOUSE DJ!
Of course, The Fog also has the dubious distinction of giving us what may be the absolute worst remake in history.

Trans Woman Sexually Assaulted In Bathroom At Stonewall Inn

According to police, a man violently groped and raped the victim.
From: NewNowNext
 A trans woman was sexually assaulted in the bathroom at the historic Stonewall Inn, according to police reports.

The attack happened around 11:40 p.m. Saturday night, reports Gothamist, when the 25-year-old victim was inside a single-occupancy unisex bathroom.

The woman left the bar after the incident, but returned an hour later and called 911.

She told police that a man came into the bathroom claiming to just need to wash his hands, but proceeded to grope and rape her before fleeing.

No arrests have been made, but police are looking for a man in his 30s.

The Stonewall Inn, site of the historic Stonewall Riots of 1969, received landmark status last year.

Steve Grand And Eli Lieb Team Up For Emotional Ballad, “Look Away”

"Watching you fade / I know it’s goodbye."
From: NewNowNext
Out singer-songwriters Eli Lieb and Steve Grand appear together in a brand new video to mark the release of their new collaboration, a breakup ballad called “Look Away.”

In the video, the guys pour out heartbreaking lyrics while seated back-to-back. Tight shots of their faces are interspersed with behind-the-scenes footage from their time together in the recording studio.

“We filmed this the day after my boyfriend and I broke up, and the footage is so real and raw, that I struggled if I even felt comfortable putting it out,” Lieb told Pride.com. “I wasn’t sure I wanted everyone to see the pain I was in. But then I realized that this pain came from love and is a part of life most people experience at some point – we’ve all been there. I hope it helps remind people that pain and love are so closely related to not forget how powerful love is.”

Said Grand: “Eli is a real pro. It was a true pleasure working with someone who knows what they want creatively. Eli kept the process streamlined. Though we are in a similar line of work, our personalities are very different, which I think we really got to see throughout the day we shot the video. I’m an irreverent goofball and Eli is a more serious guy just really focused on his craft. I think it makes for an interesting collaboration.”

On social media, the guys shared shots from their time on the set of the music video.

Grand apparently had a hard time getting his video co-star to say “yaaas” but — don’t fear! — he eventually came around the next morning:

Check out the video for “Look Away” below:

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

From: NewNowNext
“Through The Fire” 
Chaka Khan

The faboo Chaka had the biggest hit of her career with “I Feel For You,” and then never hit the top 40 again with a solo song. It wasn’t for lack of trying, though. She had plenty of chart flops (including the underrated “Love Of A Lifetime,” which can be seen on the first Lost Hits list), the most egregious of which was “Through The Fire.” Written specifically for her by David Foster, this gorgeous ballad spent a total of 19 weeks on the Hot 100, while climbing no higher than #60, an incredible chart run for such a low-charting record.

43rd Daytime Emmy Awards - Outstanding Talk Show/Informative

And the nominees are:

Steve Harvey 

The Chew 

The Dr. Oz Show 

The Kitchen 
Food Network

The 30 Worst Music Videos Of All Time

From: NewNowNext
“Stand Back (Scarlett version)” 
Stevie Nicks

Stevie has many accomplishments, but music videos have never really been her forte. They usually are straight performance clips, or they look like outtakes from “Gypsy.” In 1983 she went all out with a high concept high budget civil war clip for “Stand Back,” and the result was a catastrophe. Stevie looked extremely uncomfortable (because she was), and the entire clip was clunky and awkward. And she never got to twirl.

Let Stevie herself explain why she hated it, and scrapped the entire thing. Turns out that look of abject terror on her face as she was riding the horse was not acting.

The 40 Hottest Male Bodies Of 2015!

From: Boy Culture
Baring some at Broadway Bares

Joshua Michael Brickman

Brickman has been a favorite of mine ever since I spotted him on a DNA cover, and then realized he was bartending across the street from me. I don't drink, but I do drink in beauty, and it would be easy to get drunk on his.

His #2015BestNine was on-point.
Brickman is a sweetheart in person, and his Instagram is a veritable Aspiration Point—he manages to flaunt his incredible body without coming off as a narcissist. Check out his disbelieving post on how he transformed his body:

He even managed to make a post about growing his hair (he rocks the man bun like few others) into a tearjerker.

Four Decades of NYC Gay Pride. Were You There?

From: Advocate

Groovy Flashback: TIME Covers 1970 - 1979

From: Deep Dish
Alex Haley (Roots) - February 14, 1977

BFI Releases List Of The Top 30 LGBT Films Of All Time

From: NewNowNext
Show Me Love 
Lukas Moodysson
Sweden / Denmark 

Show Me Love is the English distribution name, for the 1998 Swedish film Fucking Åmål (pronounced [ˈfakɪŋ ˈoːmoːl]), directed by Lukas Moodysson.

The film follows the lives of two seemingly disparate teenage girls who begin a tentative romantic relationship. It first premiered outside Sweden at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival under its original title. According to Moodysson, the problem with the original title started when the film was Sweden's candidate for the Academy Awards, though eventually it was not chosen as a nominee. The Hollywood industry magazine Variety refused to run an advertisement for Fucking Åmål. Thus American distributor Strand Releasing asked for a new title. Moodysson took the new title from the song at the end of the film, by Robyn. Distributors in other native English-speaking countries then followed suit.

For writer Moodysson, it was his directorial debut in a full-length film. Starring in the lead roles were Rebecka Liljeberg, as Agnes, and Alexandra Dahlström, as Elin. The film received an overwhelmingly positive reception and won four Guldbagge Awards (Sweden's official film awards) at the 1999 ceremony. Its international awards include the Teddy award at the 1999 Berlin International Film Festival.

The Swedish title refers to the small town of Åmål in western Sweden. Only a few scenes were filmed in Åmål, and these were not included in the final version. The main shooting took place in the nearby town of Trollhättan, the location of Film i Väst's (producing company) studios.

Where Are The LGBT “Real World” Housemates Now?

From: NewNowNext
Aneesa Ferreira
“The Real World: Chicago”

Aneesa was brutally honest, liked to forego clothing and even showered with her male roommates. Audiences saw her argue with Tonya, and her own girlfriend, but Aneesa’s most memorable RW moment was her birthday party on Septmeber 11, 2001, as the housemates watched the 9/11 attacks on television.

Aneesa has since been a staple on MTV, appearing on ten seasons of The Challenge.

15 Gay Movies You Should Netflix-Stream

From: OUT
Two teenage boys come of age together and find summer love.

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