WHAT IS THIS BLOG ALL ABOUT?

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!

Saturday, April 2, 2016

Favorite Pic of The Day for April 2, 2008

From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things

100 Treasured Chests: Hairy Edition

From: OUT
Matthew Wilkas
Actor

100 Most Eligible Bachelors 2016

From: OUT
Trajal Harrell
Choreographer

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

From: NewNowNext
#5 
 “Tenderness” 
General Public

When I was compiling this second Lost Hits list, there was a list of songs I knew I couldn’t use, no matter how badly they fared on the chart. It includes such songs as The Romantics’ “What I Like About You,” (#49 on the Hot 100), Modern English’s “I Melt With You” (#78) and Yello’s “Oh Yeah” (#51). They were all chart failures, but they’ve all become such iconic, well known ’80s songs, I couldn’t include them in a “Lost” list. Hey, maybe a possible future list?

Tenderness” was almost on that list, but not quite, so I decided it deserved a spotlight. Dave Wakeling and Ranking Roger hit the top 40 just once in the ’80s, taking “Tenderness” to #27 in February 1985. They would hit the top 40 once more a decade later with a remake of ’I’ll Take You There.”

48 GUYS YOU MIGHT POSSIBLY WANT TO FUCK

From: Manhunt Daily
SΓ£o Paulo, Brazil

procuro alguem legal para curtir a vida de boa, em todos os sentidos, viajar, dormir, foder...

sou um cara independente, descendente de espanhol e arabe, nΓ£o sou brasileir

43rd Daytime Emmy Awards - Outstanding Entertainment News Program

And the nominees are:

Access Hollywood 
NBC

Entertainment Tonight
CBS

Extra 
Syndicated

The Insider 
CBS

TMZ 
Syndicated

The 30 Worst Music Videos Of All Time

From: NewNowNext
#28 
“Bewitched” 
 Blood On The Dance Floor

So two Hot Topic employees got bored at the store one night and decided to make a music video for shits and giggles. Get back to work, kids!

The 40 Hottest Male Bodies Of 2015!

From: Boy Culture
 “Pull-ups Guy” Christian Cabrera


Thanks to Anti-Twink, we were all banned from Facebook every time we tried to share the above 2013 boner-pullup video of pull-ups guy Christian Cabrera. Anti-Twink has also thoughtfully posted Cabrera's nudes, including an oral-sex shot that will outrage strict vegans.




More of him here.

Cabrera's best videos are from 2013, but he still looks good—see inset photo from his Facebook—and since he went viral in 2015, no list of best bodies (including below the waist) would be complete without him.

Four Decades of NYC Gay Pride. Were You There?

From: Advocate
1979

Groovy Flashback: TIME Covers 1970 - 1979

From: Deep Dish
Cheryl Tiegs - March 6, 1978

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

From: NewNowNext
17. 
Victim 
Basil Dearden
 UK 
1961

Victim is a 1961 British suspense film directed by Basil Dearden, starring Dirk Bogarde and Sylvia Syms. It is notable in film history for being the first English language film to use the word "homosexual". The world premiere was at the Odeon Cinema in Leicester Square on 31 August 1961. On its release in the United Kingdom it proved highly controversial to the British Board of Film Censors, and in the U.S. it was refused a seal of approval from the American Motion Picture Production Code.


Where Are The LGBT “Real World” Housemates Now?

From: NewNowNext
13
Willie Hernandez
“The Real World: Philadelphia”

This New Yorker was one of two gay men living in the RW Philly house. Though outgoing and down to party, Willie had a tough upbringing—he was forced to leave home at 15 when his religious parents wouldn’t accept his sexuality.

Before appearing on The Real World, he was a child actor on TV’s Ghostwriter and, since the show, has appeared in movies like The Undercover Man, The Narrow Gate, and the queer indie A Four Letter Word .

15 Gay Movies You Should Netflix-Stream

From: OUT
Beginners 
2010
On his death bed, a father confesses to his son that he is gay.

Celebrating Today April 2nd

From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
 Actor Aiden Turner turns 33 today.
 Christopher Meloni turns 55 today.



 


 


 


 


 Jeremy Bloom turns 34 today.



 


 


 


 


 


13 Easter Egg Butt Pics That Will Make You So Happy

From: BuzzFeed
13. 
And finally, for the diehard BuzzFeed fan
The man behind the butt

11 Hot Trainers To Inspire Your Next Workout

From: NewNowNext
11
Rob Evans
With over 137,000 followers, Rob is catching the attention of many, including Tyra Banks. He was a judge on America’s Next Top Model several cycles ago—let’s hope he comes back when the show returns to VH1.
A photo posted by Rob Evans (@robjamesevans) on

A photo posted by Rob Evans (@robjamesevans) on

A History Of Gay Kisses At The MTV Movie Awards

From: NewNowNext
Kevin Kline 
and 
Tom Selleck
In & Out


This 1997 comedy didn’t quite get it right when it came to the reality of coming out, but it did mark the first time two men were nominated for Best Kiss.

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

From:  The Backlot
#3
Prom Night
Disco Death! Five young schoolkids taunt a fellow classmate to death (that falling pane of glass was just … overkill, literally), and years later at the senior prom, someone … exacts revenge! Jamie Lee Curtis has said this was her least favorite slasher film, but it’s one of my favorites. But I can’t quite figure out why. The photography is shockingly muddy (we’re talking Lucille Ball in Mame), and the characters are either forgettable or unlikable (I found myself rooting for Classic Bitch Wendy to get away, simply because she was the most interesting character in the film).
But there’s something compelling about watching these snotty kids get their comeuppance, and the ending is undeniably sad (if inevitable). And then there’s the fabulous soundtrack, which does contain THE #1 GREATEST 80′S HORROR MOVIE CLOSING THEME SONG. It’s called “Fade To Black,” performed by Gordene Simpson, and it reveals the entire plot of the movie in a classic power ballad. It’s been a permanent part of my iPod for years.

DickPics4Freedom

Freedom means fighting the war on terror with my weapon of ass destruction...

5 Trans Activists Who Transformed The World

From: NewNowNext
2
RenΓ©e Richards

In 1976, Richards was primed to play in the women’s division in the U.S. Open, until organizers realized she had been born male. The United States Tennis Association attempted to ban her from the Open, citing a women-born-women policy.

Richards filed suit and, in a landmark verdict, the New York Supreme Court ruled in her favor. Despite the victory, Richards endured public scrutiny, the loss of family and friends, and brutal discrimination from the tennis world.

“It didn’t stop the WTA from trying to Richards her from pro tournaments until she sued, or 25 of the 32 women in the field from withdrawing from the first tournament she played,” ESPN writes. “Crowds rooted against her. If Richards turned on a TV at the time, she could’ve found Johnny Carson and Bob Hope snickering on The Tonight Show that Richards was her own “mixed doubles team.”

Eventually Richards left tennis and returned to a successful ophthalmology practice in California. But her very public battle blazed a trail for future trans athletes like MMA fighter Fallon Fox and NCAA basketball player Kye Allums.

100 Treasured Chests: Hairy Edition

From: OUT
Matthew Risch
Actor

100 Most Eligible Bachelors 2016

From: OUT
Tituss Burgess
 Actor

Tituss Burgess (born February 21, 1979) is an American actor and singer. He has appeared in four Broadway musicals and is known for his very high tenor voice. He is a main cast member on the Netflix original series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, for which he received a nomination for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series in 2015.

Favorite Birthday Boy for April 2nd:

The amazing Salim Kechiouche turns 37 today. Salim has been in two of my favorite movies, Criminal Lovers and Grande Γ‰cole.
From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things








Groovy Flashback: TIME Covers 1970 - 1979

From: Deep Dish
Burt Reynolds and Clint Eastwood (Semi-Tough, The Gauntlet) - January 9, 1978

Mr. Smithers’ Coming Out Was Inspired By “Simpsons” Writer’s Son

‘What better way to tell my son I love him than to write a cartoon about it?’" says writer Rob LaZebnik.
From: NewNowNext
Sunday, on The Simpsons, Mr. Smithers will finally—and officially—come out as gay after 27 years (barely) in the closet.

Rob LaZebnik, a longtime Simpsons scribe, says he was inspired to write the episode by his son, Johnny, who is gay.

“I am a Midwestern guy, so I don’t tend to wear my emotions on my sleeve, but I thought, ’What better way to tell my son I love him than to write a cartoon about it?'” LaZebnik told the New York Post.


Johnny says he appreciates the gesture, but has always known he’s had his dad’s support.

“The revelation that my father loves me is not much of a revelation, thankfully. He’s unbelievably accepting,” says the 21-year-old college student. “We’re as close as a straight dad and a gay son could be.”

Johnny, who had input on the script, says “I was really happy that someone who has experience with a gay person in their immediate family was writing the script.”


It’s not the first time he’s given pointers to his dad, either.

“He once sent me an e-mail, and the header was just ‘How does Grindr work?’ ” Johnny says. “I screenshotted and Instagrammed it and sent it to all my gay friends because it made me laugh so much.”
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