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 9, 2016

que rica foto la de esos peludos gorditos, nunca he estado con uno y tengo fetiche con ellos

Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress

Miyoshi Umeki 
Katsumi Kelly

Miyoshi Umeki (梅木 美代志 Umeki Miyoshi?, or ミヨシ・ウメキ Miyoshi Umeki; May 8, 1929 – August 28, 2007) was a naturalized American actress and standards singer. She was best known for her roles as Katsumi, the wife of Joe Kelly (Red Buttons), in the 1957 film Sayonara, as Mei Li in the 1958 Broadway musical and 1961 film Flower Drum Song, and as Mrs. Livingston, the housekeeper of Bill Bixby's and Brandon Cruz's characters, in the TV series The Courtship of Eddie's Father. She was a shin Issei or post-1945 immigrant from Japan. She was a Tony Award- and Golden Globe-nominated actress and was the first (and, as of 2016, the only) Asian woman to win an Academy Award for acting.

100 Treasured Chests: Hairy Edition

From: OUT
Nev Schulman
TV host

Yaniv "Nev" Schulman (born September 26, 1984) is an American producer, actor, and photographer. He is best known for the 2010 documentary Catfish. He is also the host and executive producer to the follow up TV series Catfish: The TV Show on MTV.

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

From: NewNowNext
“Coming Out Of Hiding”
 Pamala Stanley

Was there a gayer song in the 80’s than “Coming Out Of Hiding?” Not according to my mother.

PICTURE IT: A small town in 1984. A young boy sneaks downstairs one Friday night to watch Night Tracks on TBS, because they featured music videos that were ignored by MTV. He instantly became entranced by a vibrant if confusing video called “Coming Out Of Hiding,” and barely managed to record half of it (the way every kid recorded music on TV and radio in those days, by shoving a tape recorder directly against the speaker).

He knows he must have this song, and begs his mother to take him to Camelot Music at the mall. They don’t have the single for “Coming Out Of Hiding,” but they have something even better, and he ends up purchasing his very first 12 inch record.

Over the next few weeks, he plays it nonstop, even when his sister tells him to “turn that retarded song off,” and oblivious to the signals he was ending his mother by singing “boy I've been watching you, now you’re gonna watch me too” around the house.

Years later, his mother would tell him that one of the clues she had to his eventual coming out was that “damn gay song” he would play over and over.

“Coming Out Of Hiding” is the only song on this countdown that didn’t actually hit the Hot 100, but it spent weeks on the “Bubbling Under” chart, peaking at #104 (and reached #4 on the dance chart).

Here’s the 12 inch version that outed a boy to his mother.

Pamala Stanley had other killer dance songs, including a HI-NRG version of Fleetwood Mac’s “Rhiannon,” “If Looks Could Kill” (later covered by Heart), and “I Don’t Wanna Talk About It.” Here’s the glorious “This Is Hot.”

Pamala continues to perform. Here she is with “Is There A Straight Man In The House?”


From: Manhunt Daily

43rd Daytime Emmy Awards - Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

And the nominees are:
First photo is the nominee in the role nominated for,the second photo it is to show of the sexiness of the nominee

 Sean Blakemore 
Shawn Butler 
General Hospital 

 Steve Burton 
Dylan McAvoy 
The Young and the Restless 

 Bryton James 
Devon Hamilton 
The Young and the Restless 

 Jacob Young 
Rick Forrester 
The Bold and the Beautiful 

 Dominic Zamprogna 
Dante Falconeri 
General Hospital 

Four Decades of NYC Gay Pride. Were You There?

From: Advocate

Groovy Flashback: TIME Covers 1980 - 1989

From: Deep Dish
John Lennon (who died on December 8) - December 22, 1980

The 30 Worst Music Videos Of All Time

From: NewNowNext
“Come On Back” 

I don’t know where to begin with this. There’s the song, which sounds like a demo from The Cars from 1982. The lead singer, who literally strains with every note. Is that John Goodman on guitar? And then there’s the bizarre juxtaposition of the adorable, happy Asian guy on keyboard. WTF is this?

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

From: NewNowNext
Beautiful Thing 
Hettie Macdonald

Beautiful Thing is a 1996 British film directed by Hettie MacDonald and released by Channel 4 Films. The screenplay was written by Jonathan Harvey based on his own original play of the same name. Initially, the film was only intended for television broadcast but it was so well-received that it was released in cinemas. The atmosphere of the film is heavily influenced by a soundtrack consisting almost entirely of the work of Mama Cass Elliot.

Where Are The LGBT “Real World” Housemates Now?

From: NewNowNext
JD Ordoñez
“The Real World: Brooklyn”

JD overcame great odds before making it to television: He ran away from home at 13 but, by 19, fulfilled his dream of becoming a dolphin trainer.

He’s still a part of the MTV family, competing on various editions of The Challenge. Today JD lives in L.A. and works at WeHo mainstay Mickey’s.

15 Gay Movies You Should Netflix-Stream

From: OUT

Is Gay Best Friend a real thing? It is at this high school. Mildly offensive, but still entertaining. 

14 Photographs Which Prove That Growing A Beard Changes Everything

From: Bright Side
 Ben Affleck

Benjamin Geza Affleck-Boldt (born August 15, 1972), better known as Ben Affleck, is an American actor and filmmaker. He began his career as a child actor, starring in the PBS educational series The Voyage of the Mimi (1984, 1988). He later appeared in Dazed and Confused (1993) and various Kevin Smith films including Chasing Amy (1997) and Dogma (1999). Affleck gained fame when he and childhood friend Matt Damon won the Golden Globe and the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for Good Will Hunting (1997). He then starred in high-profile films including Armageddon (1998), Shakespeare in Love (1998), Pearl Harbor (2001), Changing Lanes (2002) and The Sum of All Fears (2002). After a career downturn, during which he appeared in Daredevil and the much-derided Gigli (both 2003), Affleck received a Golden Globe nomination for his performance in Hollywoodland (2006).

Affleck's directorial debut, Gone Baby Gone (2007), which he also wrote, was well received. He then directed, co-wrote, and starred in The Town (2010), which was named among the National Board of Review: Top Ten Films of the year. For the political thriller Argo (2012), which he directed and starred in, Affleck won the Golden Globe Award and BAFTA Award for Best Director, and his second Academy Award, a Golden Globe Award, and a BAFTA Award for Best Picture. In 2014, he starred in the psychological thriller Gone Girl. Affleck portrays Batman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad (both 2016).

Affleck is the co-founder of the Eastern Congo Initiative, a grant making and advocacy-based nonprofit organization. He is also a stalwart member of the Democratic Party. His younger brother is actor Casey Affleck, with whom he has worked on several films including Good Will Hunting and Gone Baby Gone. Following high-profile relationships with Gwyneth Paltrow and Jennifer Lopez, Affleck married Jennifer Garner in 2005. Affleck has two daughters and a son with Garner, from whom he separated in June 2015.

The 14 Gayest Moments In Game Show History

From: NewNowNext
Charles Nelson Reilly takes over as host of Match Game

Reilly was the show’s resident queen, and his chemistry with BFF Brett Somers was explosive.

One day in 1977, Reilly chided a tired Gene Rayburn for not coming over to him, and Rayburn ended up making Reilly host the rest of the segment. Charles Nelson Reilly chatting with Eva Gabor? Pure camp gold.

A History Of Gay Kisses At The MTV Movie Awards

From: NewNowNext
Jake Gyllenhaal 
Heath Ledger
Brokeback Mountain

The scene between Ennis and Jack in Brokeback was more serious than other Best Kiss winners, but that doesn’t mean the stars didn’t have the award in mind when they shot it.

Said Gyllenhaal when accepting the award in 2006, “I said to Heath after we finished, ’if we don’t win the MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss, then it wasn’t worth it.”

It was worth it, Jake.

11 Great Moments From The History Of The GLAAD Media Awards

From: NewNowNext
Laverne Cox’s mom surprises her onstage 
 In 2014, the Orange is the New Black star received the Stephen F. Kolzak Award for making a significant difference in promoting equality. After her speech, Cox was walking offstage when host Ellen Page gave her one last surprise—Cox’s mom, carrying a bouquet of flowers.

The 8 Hottest Husbands of Bravo’s “Real Housewives”

From: NewNowNext
Mauricio Umansky
As the husband to Kyle Richards, and one of Los Angeles’ most sought after realtors, it’s no surprise Mauricio lands on our list of hunky husbands.
A photo posted by Kyle Richards Umansky (@kylerichards18) on

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 Lucas Mesquita from DNA Magazine

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Nick Spadaro from Charlie by MZ

Caitlyn Jenner Honors Her Trans Friends At GLAAD Media Awards

The reality star revealed what made her cry after season two of "I Am Cait" had finished filming.
From: NewNowNext
Caitlyn Jenner was on hand at the 27th Annual GLAAD Media Awards in Beverly Hills on last Saturday night, and revealed just how important her friends and costars have been on her journey after coming out as transgender.

The former Olympian’s show, I Am Cait, tied with TLC’s I Am Jazz for Outstanding Reality Program, and Jenner took the opportunity to share just how much her costars mean to her.

“You girls have been the backbone,” Jenner shared about how much her friends have shaped her life in the past year. “You’re my absolute best friends and I know you’ll always have my back.”

Jenner has faced backlash for her controversial statements and general lack of knowledge about the LGBT community, but her friends and costars on the show — including Candis Cayne and Chandi Moore — have helped the reality star, and viewers across the country, to see just how difficult the average trans experience can be.

“When we finished season two, I mean, I was literally crying because I just couldn’t stand going through life without all you girls around,” Jenner said.

“Beauty and the Beastie Boys” by The Axis of Awesome

From: Accidental Bear

“It’s the Disney/Obnoxious 90s Hip Hop mashup you didn’t know that you needed!”

Bryan Hawn aka Ass-Tastic Bubble Butt Has a Friend in New Parody Video for “Work”

From: Accidental Bear
Alert the officials. Someone stole all of their body hair.

Bryan Hawn and his famous ass-tastic bubble butt has a friend, Brad Jan, in newest lip-synch video for “Work.” I guess this song is by Rihanna, I don’t pay much attention to her.

Video from Bryan Hawn

Bruce Springsteen Cancels North Carolina Concert: “Some Things Are More Important Than A Rock Show”

"It is the strongest means I have for raising my voice in opposition to those who continue to push us backwards."
From: NewNowNext
North Carolinians are continuing to pay the price for the Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act, the new anti-LGBT law signed by Governor Pat McCrory last month. The latest personality to speak out against the measure is none other than Bruce Springsteen, who has canceled his April 10 concert in the Tar Heel State over the law.

Springsteen, currently touring with the E Street Band, posted a notice of the cancelation on his website along with a statement:

As you, my fans, know I’m scheduled to play in Greensboro, North Carolina this Sunday. As we also know, North Carolina has just passed HB2, which the media are referring to as the “bathroom” law.
HB2 — known officially as the Public Facilities Privacy and Security Act — dictates which bathrooms transgender people are permitted to use. Just as important, the law also attacks the rights of LGBT citizens to sue when their human rights are violated in the workplace. No other group of North Carolinians faces such a burden.
To my mind, it’s an attempt by people who cannot stand the progress our country has made in recognizing the human rights of all of our citizens to overturn that progress.
Right now, there are many groups, businesses, and individuals in North Carolina working to oppose and overcome these negative developments. Taking all of this into account, I feel that this is a time for me and the band to show solidarity for those freedom fighters.
As a result, and with deepest apologies to our dedicated fans in Greensboro, we have canceled our show scheduled for Sunday, April 10th. Some things are more important than a rock show and this fight against prejudice and bigotry — which is happening as I write — is one of them.
It is the strongest means I have for raising my voice in opposition to those who continue to push us backwards instead of forwards.

That’s why they call him the Boss, folks.

Brief But Spectacular: Billy Eichner Himself is the Most Difficult Person He Knows

From: Accidental Bear
My hero.

“We were filming recently and someone yelled out from across the street ‘Billy, please harass me,’ which is a really strange request.”

You may know him as Billy On The Street, but there’s more to comedian Billy Eichner than meets the eye. Watch Eichner, star of Billy on the Street on TRU TV and the HULU original series Difficult People, give his #BriefButSpectacular take on the most difficult person he knows: himself.

Video from PBS NewsHour

PayPal Cancels New Charlotte Operations Center Over North Carolina’s Anti-LGBT Hate Law

From: Joe My God

This morning, April 5, Paypal, a global company dedicated to facilitating online payments, announced that it is withdrawing plans to open a new global operations center in Charlotte. The reason for their plans to withdraw? North Carolina’s House Bill 2, which was ramrodded through the North Carolina General Assembly on March 23, with just 12 hours from introduction to Governor Pat McCrory’s signature. The law knocks down municipalities’ ability to enact local ordinances protecting LGBT North Carolinians from discrimination and then codifies anti-transgender policies into state law and has seen enormous blow back over the past few weeks.

Two weeks ago, PayPal announced plans to open a new global operations center in Charlotte and employ over 400 people in skilled jobs. In the short time since then, legislation has been abruptly enacted by the State of North Carolina that invalidates protections of the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender citizens and denies these members of our community equal rights under the law.
 The new law perpetuates discrimination and it violates the values and principles that are at the core of PayPal’s mission and culture. As a result, PayPal will not move forward with our planned expansion into Charlotte.
This decision reflects PayPal’s deepest values and our strong belief that every person has the right to be treated equally, and with dignity and respect. These principles of fairness, inclusion and equality are at the heart of everything we seek to achieve and stand for as a company. And they compel us to take action to oppose discrimination.

Our decision is a clear and unambiguous one. But we do regret that we will not have the opportunity to be a part of the Charlotte community and to count as colleagues the skilled and talented people of the region. As a company that is committed to the principle that everyone deserves to live without fear of discrimination simply for being who they are, becoming an employer in North Carolina, where members of our teams will not have equal rights under the law, is simply untenable.

While we will seek an alternative location for our operations center, we remain committed to working with the LGBT community in North Carolina to overturn this discriminatory legislation, alongside all those who are committed to equality.
We will stand firm in our commitment to equality and inclusion and our conviction that we can make a difference by living and acting on our values. It’s the right thing to do for our employees, our customers, and our communities.
 – Dan Schulman, President and CEO, PayPal

Blast From The Past: The Eighties

From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
 I am not sure how many of you watched CNN's The Eighties on Thursday, but for me, it is the ultimate blast of my eighties past. I watched much of the television that influenced my early life in the eighties, and entered my teen years about the time the 80's were ending. It was still a time of 3 networks and for most of it, our house was still without a VCR. Although we ended up buying one, after much begging and pleading of our parents, it was a Betamax, and a machine I wasn't even allowed to touch until the 90's rolled around. 

I have written a few times about my affinity for the prime time soap Dallas. I didn't really watch it so much in the 80's, but I have intensely emotional memories of watching my parents watch the show. Friday nights were really the only night, they both sat down and watched television. I remember at first, I was ushered off to bed before the show started at 9 pm, but after a few years was able to stay up and watch with my parents. 

I didn't actually watch the series, this time paying attention, until years later when it aired on the old The Nashville Network (TNN) and subsequently on DVD. The show, though dated, it a great window to the greed of the 80's and the first six or seven seasons were fun to re-watch. I loved me some Sue Ellen and Lucy Ewing and the many men who went in and out of their.... lives. One of Lucy's main loves was Mitch, played by the talented and beautifully blonde, Leigh McCloskey.
 Mr. Lucy Ewing on Dallas 

 Mitch didn't stay on the show too long, maybe because Leigh didn't always fit in with the rest of the cast.  I am sure he got along OK with them, but the actor and artist always seemed a little too serious for all the silliness that surrounded him.  With CNN's The Eighties, and it's focus on Dallas, and television of the decade, in it's first episode, I thought April might be a good time to look back at some of those 80's hunks who introduced me to the wonderful world of men.

 Battle of the Network Stars

Leigh & Gregory Harrison

Cruising on The Love Boat with Jimmy McNichol and William R. Moses

 Leigh's only nude scene, mooning with Matt McCoy in Fraternity Vacation 

Beardy Sexy Beast Matt Lister Photographed by Lee Faircloth | Smoking Hot & Silly

From: Accidental Bear
Our last post featuring athlete Matt Lister (See Here) just about overheated our server and was smoking from all ends. Lister teamed up again with photographer Lee Faircloth for this fun shoot full of personality.

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