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, November 26, 2016

Abs olutely

From: Speed o Rex
Alex Valentin

Alex Valentin

Christian Hogue

Christian Hogue

Donny Boaz

Donny Boaz

Josh Ohl

 Julian Naderer

Soto Panagios

Favorite Pic of the Day for November 26, 2008

From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
Whenever I have had a crazy day like today and don't have a lot of posting time,
I know I can never go wrong with a pic of Bryan Thomas. So hot!

13-Year-Old Australian Boy Takes His Life After Years Of Bullying About His Sexuality

Tyrone Unsworth once required surgery after being hit in the face with a fence post.
From: NewNowNext
 A 13-year-old boy in Australia took his life this week after enduring abuse about being gay, say his grieving mother.

Tyrone Unsworth of Queensland, who died on Monday, had been been bullied for at least two years.

“Tyrone ended up being gay and a lot of people started picking on him,” his mother, Amanda Unsworth, told The Courier Mail.

“He was a really feminine male—he loved fashion, he loved makeup—and the boys always picked on him, calling him ’gay boy,’ ’faggot,’ ’fairy.'”

Tyrone was interested in becoming a veterinarian or fashion designer, says Mrs Unsworth.

“His favorite saying was ‘sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me,” she recalled. “Obviously they ended up getting him.”

The bullying was physical as well as verbal—Tyrone once required surgery after being hit in the face with a fence post.

“When he came out of hospital he was a different boy,” recalled his grandmother. “He just kept telling us all ’I don’t want to go to school, I don’t want to end up back at hospital.'”

Police were investigating the incident, though the Unsworths did not report it to administrators at the Aspley State High School.

In fact principal Jacquita Miller insists there were no reports of Tyrone being bullied.

“We really try to work with families to resolve these complex issues. I’m just so sorry and sad that we didn’t have the opportunity to help this young man.”

Randall by Mike Tossy & Mark Grantham

From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
Randall by Mike Tossy 

 It is always interesting to see how a subject is captured through the eye of different artists. We all see things slightly different and it is fascinating to see the slight, and not so slight, differences in how two or more artists choose to capture it. In my second outing of Perspective with Mark Grantham and Mike Tossy, the photographers, not surprisingly, are travelling, this time in Hawaii.

 Mark and Mike met Randall on a beach in Maui. Mark says he is a bit of wimp when it comes to walking up to great looking guys and asking if they might be interested in modeling, he says Mike is the braver one of the two for that task. After Mike talked with Randall they all met up the next morning at the beach to shoot. Randall obviously enjoyed the experience as they followed up a day later with a couple of other locations on the island, including a giant bamboo grove and an abandoned mill.

 Although many photographers would have been quite satisfied shooting a hot guy on a beautiful beach in Maui. It is no surprise to me though that Mark and Mike followed the beach up with the bamboo grove and abandoned mill. In every shoot, whether at home in Santa Cruz or traveling the globe, the architectural blending of model with environment is always beautifully manifested within Mark and Mike's images. Their use of lines with body and bamboo and having Randall not just laying on sand, but apart of it, is one of the reasons the work of Mike Tossy and Mark Grantham always captivates and impresses me. 

 Randall by Mark Grantham

“Mean Girls” Musical Lands Tony-Winning Director—Plus Casting Details!

This is going to be so fetch.
From: NewNowNext
 The Mean Girls musical is coming together!

The stage adaptation of the cult classic has finally found its director and a recent casting notice hints at what kind of songs we can expect the Plastics to be belting out.

 Broadway veteran Casey Nicholaw has been tapped to direct the musical.

Nicholaw has directed three of the biggest musical comedies to hit Broadway in the past decade—Spamalot, Something Rotten! and The Book of Mormon, which he co-directed with Trey Parker and won him a Tony for Best Direction.

 In a new casting notice posted online it is revealed that Mean Girls is gearing up for a developmental lab in New York from April 3-29 of next year.

There is a breakdown of all the main characters in the show and what type of singers the creative team is seeking. For example, Regina George should be someone who can sing “Broadway rock with an exceptional range.”

Are you excited yet?

The Mean Girls musical will have its world premiere Fall 2017 in Washington, D.C.

The singular reason to do yoga!

The 100 Grooviest Christmas TV Episodes

From: Deep Dish
"Christmas Watch"
December 15, 1979 

Ponch is feeling down because he longs for a family Christmas and doesn't know his mother is flying in. 

Selfie Saturday

Smokin' Hot DILF Selfies!
From: Jack Off Junkie
 Post Thanksgiving weekend is upon us and there’s still lots of things to be thankful for. For today’s Selfie Saturday I put my focus on smokin’ hot daddies I’d love to fuck. So I’m thankful for all those mature men out there showing off their stuff and scruff to the rest of the world. Enjoy this well seasoned dirty dozen for the week! Enjoy!

Ron Glass, Emmy-Nominated Actor Known for ‘Barney Miller’ and ‘Firefly,’ Dies at 71

From: Variety
 Ron Glass, a prolific TV actor known for playing Ron Harris in the sitcom “Barney Miller” and Shepherd Derrial Book in “Firefly,” has died. He was 71.

The actor’s rep confirmed the death to Variety, but had no further details regarding the cause or location.

Glass was born in Evansville, Ind. and went on to study drama and literature at the University of Evansville. He began his career in Hollywood in episodes of “Sanford and Son,” “Hawaii Five-O” and “All in the Family” in the early ’70s.

In 1975 Glass found his breakout role in “Barney Miller,” set in an NYPD station. His character was a dapper and ambitious intellectual, obsessed with launching his career as a writer. The role earned Glass a Primetime Emmy nomination in 1982 in the supporting actor category.

After “Barney Miller,” Glass would go on to star in 18 episodes of the 1982 “The Odd Couple” remake “The New Odd Couple” as well as making guest appearances on “The Twilight Zone,” “Family Matters” and “Murder, She Wrote,” among other shows. In the late 1999 he appeared on two episodes of “Friends” Ross Geller’s divorce lawyer, Russell.

In 2002 Glass joined Joss Whedon’s cult favorite “Firefly,” playing a spiritual figure with a mysterious past. Glass would also reprise the role in the 2005 movie “Serenity.”

Glass was still a regular face on American television as recently as 2014 when he appeared in an episode of “CSI.” That same year he appeared in “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” as Dr. Streiten.
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