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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!
Sunday, November 6, 2016
The Chicago Cubs are World Series champs for the first time since 1908, ending the longest drought in professional sports.
“After 108 years of waiting, the Cubs won the 2016 World Series with a wild 8-7, 10-inning Game 7 victory over the Indians on Wednesday night at Progressive Field. The triumph completed their climb back from a 3-1 Series deficit to claim their first championship since 1908. A roller-coaster of emotions spilled out in a game that lasted almost five hours, featuring some wacky plays, a blown four-run lead, a 17-minute rain delay and some 10th inning heroics that sealed the deal.”
FINALLY! The @Cubs are WORLD SERIES CHAMPS!
— FOX Sports: MLB (@MLBONFOX) November 3, 2016
The Washington Post:
Life changed in the early part of Thursday morning for a so many of the good people of Chicago, for the north side and all the way downstate, across huge swaths of the Midwest and even, judging by the din, from more than a few transplants and travelers right here. It took a rain delay, a stark reminder of just how disastrous baseball life has been there for so long, an impromptu and emotional meeting, and nothing short of one of the most thrilling baseball games ever played. But it changed.Now, in the lives even of Chicago Cubs fans who are more than a century old, there is a clear and distinct dividing line. There are the days and years and decades before 12:47 a.m. Wednesday. And there is the unfamiliar feeling — the absolutely delirious feeling — of whatever life is like now.Take this in, Chicago. Read it twice if need be. Hold it, cradle it, caress it, cherish it. The Cubs won the World Series.
BUMPIN' DICKS pic.twitter.com/HBzvyyQ5iz— Trevor Sikkema (@TrevorSikkema) November 3, 2016
Born and raised Chicagoan Hillary Clinton was watching:
“HRC stuck around to watch the end of the game at Arizona State, backstage after the event, on an iPad tethered to an aide’s phone live-streaming via Slingbox. Her staff, including super-Cubs-fan and fellow Chicago-area native Connolly Keigher [PLAYBOOK NOTE: the pride of Manteno] paced around nervously as the game went into the bottom of the tenth. When the third out came, Connolly flew the W via a flag she had in her purse just for the occasion. She and HRC held it up in celebration. Woo!”
ACT UP Paris called out France's anti-marriage equality movement.
While the debate on hate speech rages on in the United States, laws in other countries can seem downright fantastical: A court in France ruled that ACT UP insulted a noted anti-gay activist by calling her a homophobe.
In 2013, ACT UP Paris plastered posters with the face of Ludovine La Rochère, head of La Manif pour tous, and the word “homophobe,” around the city.
La Manif lead the fight against marriage equality, which came to France that same year.
But a lawyer for the group insisted “describing La Manif pour tous as homophobic is a criminal offense.”
The anti-equality movement in France has focused on the importance of traditional mother-family families in stabilizing the country, which is facing high unemployment and economic woes.
“Within our reach, there is a reservoir, a bearer of meaning, of energy, of solidarity, of relationships: the family, the source of all the human and economic riches of the nation—of all nations, Rochère said at a 2014 rally. “And a barrier against crime, against despair and against all extremisms.”
La Manif’s demonstrations have focused on how equal marriage enables gay couples to adopt children or go through insemination, both of which are currently only available to married couples in France.
“Every person is the product of the union between a father and a mother,” La Manif leader Albéric Dumont told the New Yorker. “We feel that every child has a right to a father and mother.”
Despite La Manif’s clear opposition to LGBT rights, the judge ruled that former ACT UP leader Laure Pora has to pay $889 in fines, plus court courts of more than $1,660.
An attorney for Pora called the ruling “particularly unfair.”
On Friday, FOX News anchor Bret Baier apologized on air for falsely reporting (also known as lying) that he had verifiable sources that said it was “likely” that Hillary Clinton would be indicted on some sort of federal charges connected to alleged wrongdoing at the Clinton Foundation.
“That just wasn’t inartful. It was a mistake and for that I’m sorry. I should have said they will continue to build their case. ‘Indictment,’ obviously, is a very loaded word, Jon, especially in this atmosphere, and no one knows if there would or would not be an indictment, no matter how strong investigators feel their evidence is. It’s obviously a prosecutor who has to agree to take the case and make that case to the grand jury.”
The damage, however, had already been done, as The Washington Post reports:
…a day after the Fox News anchor walked back his earlier report that the FBI probe “will continue to likely an indictment,” his original claim lives on in some conservative news outlets.As of Friday morning, Sean Hannity’s website still has a story on its home page about Baier’s “bombshell report.” Hot Air’s home page employs the same language: “Bombshell: FBI’s ‘far more expansive’ Clinton investigations leading to ‘likely indictment.’ “A headline on Right Side Broadcasting’s home page tells readers that “FBI sources believe Clinton Foundation case moving towards ‘likely indictment.’ “
You can read a transcript of Baier’s original remarks about the “likely indictment”, via Real Clear Politics, below.
BRET BAIER: Here’s the deal: We talked to two separate sources with intimate knowledge of the FBI investigations. One: The Clinton Foundation investigation is far more expansive than anybody has reported so far… Several offices separately have been doing their own investigations.Two: The immunity deal that Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson, two top aides to Hillary Clinton, got from the Justice Department in which it was beleived that the laptops they had, after a narrow review for classified materials, were going to be destroyed. We have been told that those have not been destroyed — they are at the FBI field office here on Washington and are being exploited. .Three: The Clinton Foundation investigation is so expansive, they have interviewed and re-interviewed many people. They described the evidence they have as ‘a lot of it’ and said there is an ‘avalanche coming in every day.’ WikiLeaks and the new emails.They are “actively and aggressively pursuing this case.” Remember the Foundation case is about accusations of pay-for-play… They are taking the new information and some of them are going back to interview people for the third time. As opposed to what has been written about the Clinton Foundation investigation, it is expansive.The classified e-mail investigation is being run by the National Security division of the FBI. They are currently combing through Anthony Weiner’s laptop. They are having some success — finding what they believe to be new emaisls, not duplicates, that have been transported through Hillary Clinton’s server.Finally, we learned there is a confidence from these sources that her server had been hacked. And that it was a 99% accuracy that it had been hacked by at least five foreign intelligence agencies, and that things had been taken from that…There has been some angst about Attorney General Loretta Lynch — what she has done or not done. She obviously did not impanel, or go to a grand jury at the beginning. They also have a problem, these sources do, with what President Obama said today and back in October of 2015…I pressed again and again on this very issue… The investigations will continue, there is a lot of evidence. And barring some obstruction in some way, they believe they will continue to likely an indictment.
From: Boy Culture
Legendary vocalist Yma Sumac is probably one of the only singers I've heard whose throat might actually be packing the oft-advertised, never-achieved four-and-a-half octaves. Certainly, Cyndi Lauper and Mariah Carey don't have the ability to sing in frequencies that birds understand, a legend associated with Yma. I discovered her music in the '80s and literally weeks later, she was making a totally rare appearance in Chicago, conveniently close to where I was attending college. I went to her show (alone), she sang lower and higher than I've ever heard a human sing and I later requested permission to kiss her hand when she received fans after the show. She dramatically extended a heavily lotioned and perfumed mit for me to smooch and graciously, perhaps too, signed my program.
I was in a phase where I was fixated on collecting autographs...I was at Field's for Cher's perfume launch and got to ask her a question, met Ultra Violet and had her sign a light bulb (so it'd be an Ultra Violet light bulb) and wrote away to Shana to praise her "I Want You" 12-inch single (she replied with a lengthy, handwritten note and dubbed me "a good fan"), had authors inscribe their first (and last) books to me, gnashed my teeth in envy when a roomie stuck around a few minutes longer than I after a Eurythmics gig and got Annie Lennox's bored scrawl.
So as you can see, I was all over the map when it came to autographs. But collecting Yma's autograph(s) was a favorite pair of memories. "Pair" because I doubled my pleasure, turning up as the first person in line at her Rose Records signing the next day or so. Behind me in line was a crazed fan with a little trunk FULL of Yma vinyl singles. Obviously I was not the fan he was, so why did I need to be first? I think stardom is fascinating, but it's been devalued by phony stars like Tara Reid and Anna Nicole Smith and any guy from Laguna Beach. Yma Sumac is a star, whether she's an Incan Princess or a New Jerseyan named Amy Camus, and even if she admits on her site to enjoying Jerry Springer. I'll probably never appreciate Yma's singing as much as our avian friends, but I did a Google search on a "lark" and found she's very much alive, still warbles on occasion and looks pretty damn good for 78ish. Catching site of her made me feel like a bird-watcher spying a rare species: It's a pleasure to behold and just to know it exists.
FBI Director James Comey has informed Congress that it has looked through all the emails referenced in a letter last week and concluded that there is nothing in them to warrant charges or change the conclusion the agency came to last July regarding Hillary Clinton, the L.A. Times reports:
The letter said that agents “have been working around the clock to process and review” the emails, which had been found on a computer owned by former Rep. Anthony Weiner, the estranged husband of Clinton’s close aide Huma Abedin.
“During that process, we have reviewed all of the communications that were to or from Hillary Clinton while she was Secretary of State,” Comey wrote. “Based on our review, we have not changed our conclusions that we expressed in July with respect to Secretary Clinton.”
Text of Comey's latest letter. pic.twitter.com/pZO6nY9HTN— Steve Inskeep (@NPRinskeep) November 6, 2016
The Clinton campaign commented on the new letter:
Clinton campaign comments on latest decision from FBI to not press charges against Clinton after reviewing addition emails pic.twitter.com/HxJZaGkLbZ— BuzzFeed News (@BuzzFeedNews) November 6, 2016
Comey defied Attorney General Loretta Lynch in his inappropriate and possibly illegal disclosure regarding emails related to Clinton’s server, the significance of which the FBI had not yet even assessed.
Comey’s disclosure gave the Trump campaign a boost at a time when its numbers against Clinton were sinking after Trump took the information (there was none), and spun out his typical web of lies.
FBI Dir just informed us "Based on our review, we have not changed our conclusions that we expressed in July with respect to Sec Clinton"— Jason Chaffetz (@jasoninthehouse) November 6, 2016
House Speaker Paul Ryan, who still has his job, issued the following statement:
NEW: @SpeakerRyan issues statement in response to FBI letter on Clinton email review: https://t.co/cVXPro91CB pic.twitter.com/xAA1g0aGDl— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) November 6, 2016
A group of seven costumed assailants verbally and physically attacked a gay man in a New York elevator early last Sunday morning.
Wearing Halloween costumes, the group of five men and two women punched their victim and kicked him in the face.
CCTV footage shows the moments leading up to the attack and also catches the suspects waiting for the elevator at the Jane Hotel on Jane St. and West St. at around 12:50 a.m. Sunday.
The incident occurred at 1 a.m. at the Jane Hotel on October 30th during the hotel’s “Halloween at the Jane Hotel Ballroom” party.A 36-year-old man was in an elevator when, the NYPD says, one person in a large group “made an anti-gay statement towards the victim. One of the individuals then punched the victim, while another kicked the victim in the face.”The victim suffered a laceration to his forehead and went to Mount Sinai for treatment.
According to police, the victim went to Mount Sinai Hospital to be treated for a gash to his forehead.
The New York Daily News reports that the suspects are described as all white and in their 20s.
Anyone with information can contact CrimeStoppers at (800) 577 TIPS.
Watch CCTV footage of the attack:
From: Banana Blog
A new trailer for Trainspotting 2 was released on YouTube, and it looks like the new movie is going to follow in its predecessors' footsteps, because we get a look at a nude Ewan McGregor! Showing dude ass in trailers is becoming a trend in Hollywood, and I'm just glad the movie and television industry is finally putting its moneymaker where its mouth is! Er...
The 1996 original Trainspotting follows a rag tag team of junkies, led by the sexy Mark Renton (Ewan McGregor). If you've seen the movie, you'll know that some of the things Mark does are not sexy in any capacity, but Ewan delivers a great nude scene featuring his hot uncut cock. Mark seeks sobriety and reform, but realizes that the past is inextricably woven into the present. After watching the trailer for Trainspotting 2,or T2, it looks like Renton is up to his old tricks, but maybe clean and supplementing drugs with other illicit activity? I especially love this line from the trailer:
You're an addict. So be addicted. Just be addicted to something else.
I'm addicted to seeing Ewan McGregor naked, and at the 1 minute, 24 second mark you can indeed see his ass cheeks as he chills in bed with a chick. In May Milo Ventimiglia gave an amazing butt shot in the trailer for NBC's This Is Us and we also got a look at a nude Usher in the Hands of Stone red band trailer, which makes me think that studios really are starting to realize the public's thirst for dudity. It's no surprise that series are usually front loaded with nudity. In some cases the pilot episode is the only one with naughty bits, which just goes to show that sex does indeed sell. When it comes to the Trainspotting 2 trailer, Ewan, I win, we all win! Boo. Here it is!
No complaints here.
Wednesday night, the Chicago Cubs won the World Series, a victory they earned in large thanks to catcher David Ross, who scored an important home run in the top of the sixth against the virtually unhittable Andrew Miller.
While the momentous hit was definitely worthy of some serious celebration, Ross decided to crank up the weird and commemorate the homer with a series of penis bumps.
Apparently, Ross has been dick bumping with his teammates for the better part of the year, though we’re not sure he realized that this time he’d be doing it in front of nearly 40 million viewers.
— Erick Fernandez (@ErickFernandez) November 3, 2016
David Ross, who turned 39 this March, announced earlier this year that the 2016 season would be his last.
"He sits back on the couch and continues to play with his perfect cock as his furry legs tense and flex with the pleasure that's coursing through his veins. Criss looks up at the camera with that longing look again and you really need to stop and wonder when the last time this poor little straight guy got his rocks off! He's horned up like nobody's business! He lets his head fall back on the couch and keeps looking right in the lens as he works his cock. The simple beauty of a handsome young man relieving his hornydesire. Knowing the camera is there and not giving a fuck either way. It's all about him and he doesn't care who's watching! He turns himself around and lays back on the couch as he continues to work his meat. Arm behind his head for comfort while his rock hard cock reaches for the sky. His toes wiggle and stretch as he lets out a big sigh and it's clear this straight guy is happy and content on the road to satisfaction! He sits up and pulls off his shirt then sits back on the couch bare naked. His fit and trim body is covered with a thin layer of fur and set off by a thicker mass of hair on his chest. He's got body hair likethey used to have in the 70's! Totally hot to see a natural hairy young man for a change! Now that he's naked his longing look turns to one of sheer determination and it's clear that Criss needs to get off and soon! His hand becomes a blur on his beautiful cock as his eyes roll back in his head and he's on his way..." --- You Love Jack
From: Boy Culture
This video purports to show how men with beards secretly react when they spot each other.
It's also a good representation of homosexuality.
Keep watching to be titillated and amused ...
From: Boy Culture
The Absolute Best Divine song has to be “Shoot Your Shot,” with this fantastic video showcasing Divine's uniquely poor lip-synching skills, his amazing attitude and this warehouse of lame pizzazz.
It's like glitz went into a deep depression, and it's aided and abetted by the late gender you-ain't-foolin'-anybody-ist's charming stomp-dancing.
As a bonus, the club banger is explicitly about having producing copious amounts of baby batter. And you can dance to it!
I can think of 100 living stars I'd like to trade places with Divine ...