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!

Wednesday, January 25, 2017


From: Manhunt Daily
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

in town

When I'm online I'm looking for chat and sexy times, maybe more depends how we get on. Very down to earth, muscular, manly, fit, healthy and after same.

36 Fetishes Every Gay Man Should Know

From: The Advocate

Also called urolagnia, this is the fetish around urine itself, which for obvious reasons overlaps with the kink of watersports — a sexual activity in which people enjoy getting peed on, peeing on others, and/or drinking urine. 

Beautiful Men

From: Brent's Auto Wall

Blond and Hung like a Donkey - - - ANONYMOUSfella1994

Billy Eichner and Stephen Colbert Grill New Yorkers About the Bubbles They’re Living In

From: Towleroad
A curious theory that emerged after an election in which 3 million voters nationwide were “outnumbered” by 80,000 voters in the Rust Belt was that liberal voters on the coasts somehow lived in a bubble. They should instead blame themselves for not scapegoating Mexicans, Muslims and China for the nation’s perceived ills.

Billy Eichner and Stephen Colbert decided to take to the streets of Manhattan and ask New Yorkers what they thought of their so-called bubble. Not surprisingly, these urban dwellers point out a few dissenting views, including that many New Yorkers come from somewhere else in the first place and are hardly isolated. In the end, Billy and Stephen try out their own personal bubbles, perhaps a bit too literally.


AG Nominee Jeff Sessions Stands By Support for Extreme Anti-Gay First Amendment Defense Act

From: Towleroad
Jeff Sessions, President Trump’s nominee for attorney general, is continuing to stand by his support for the heinous anti-gay First Amendment Defense Act (FADA).

Human Rights Watch notes that the bill “would prohibit any adverse action by the federal government against an individual or organization for discriminatory actions against legally married same-sex couples as long as they claim they are acting in accordance with their religious beliefs.”

According to the ACLU, the First Amendment already protects the rights of clergy and churches to decide which unions to solemnize within their faith traditions.

However, since same-sex couples won the freedom to marry, opponents have argued that FADA is necessary to protect clergy or houses of worship from being forced to marry gay and lesbian couples.

In response to a written question from Senator Al Franken regarding his support for FADA, Sessions said that he rejects characterizations of the bill as being “deceptively named.”

Sessions specifically cites concerns about a private university or college potentially losing tax-exempt status if it is opposed to same-sex marriage.

The ACLU continues:

Perhaps the most galling aspect of Sen. Sessions’ response was how he turns the definition of discrimination on its head. He argues that FADA is necessary to “prohibit the federal government from taking discriminatory actions.”
What Sen. Sessions calls “discriminatory actions” are in fact longstanding federal civil rights protections. FADA, for example, would significantly undermine the ability of federal agencies tasked with enforcing our nation’s civil rights laws, such as the EEOC, to protect LGBT people and women from discrimination in education, employment, or housing.
The kind of sweeping, taxpayer-funded discrimination that FADA would sanction flies in the face of the Supreme Court’s landmark marriage-equality ruling.
Sen. Sessions can try all he wants to mask what the true intent of FADA is, but the ACLU will continue to speak out in strong opposition to this legislative attack on the LGBT community.

On day one of Trump’s administration, the ACLU filed a suit demanding that the president present documents related to actual or potential conflicts of interest.

You can read the ACLU’s 7-point plan of action to take on the Trump administration here.

According to Politico, Sessions’ confirmation vote for attorney general in the Senate Judiciary Committee has been postponed for a week:

The powerful panel officially agreed to delay the official committee vote on his nomination due to requests from Democrats, who said they wanted more time to review Sessions and the paperwork surrounding his nomination. The vote will now be Jan. 31, and his nomination will head to the Senate floor after that.

Watch Sessions explain his position on same-sex marriage during his confirmation hearing earlier this month.

Activists climb crane near The White House to deliver not-so-subtle message to the masses

From: Queerty
Expect a Trumpian Twitter tizzy to erupt on an Internet near you soon.
This morning, seven Greenpeace activists risked life and limb to climb a 300-foot crane and unfurl a banner in protest of the President.

We should probably mention that the 70′ x 35′ banner is just several blocks from The White House, and anyone looking from the South Lawn can quite clearly see the message.

“Greenpeace has used nonviolence to resist tyrannical bullies since 1971, and we’re not going to stop now,” board chair Karen Topakian said in a statement.
In a live Facebook video from atop the crane, she added:

We’re out here today with a message of resistance for our folks who are fighting for human rights, fighting for climate change, fighting for a better world.”
The crane isn’t the work of Greenpeace; it just happened to be chillaxing near The White House, and Greenpeace seized the opportunity to use it for their peaceful, death-defying protest.

“It was a little chilly this morning when we arrived at the crane site, but it was a lot chillier in the oval office when President Trump decided to sign those executive orders reinstating the Keystone Pipeline, reinstating the North Dakota pipeline, taking women’s right to choose away from them,” Topakian said in a Facebook video.

Pearl Robinson, an activist who helped hang the sign, said:

Now is the time to resist. We won’t stand rollbacks on all the progress the people have made on women’s reproductive rights, LGBTQIA rights, the heightened awareness of state-sanctioned violence on black and brown folks, and the progress we have made on access to clean and renewable energy, an issue I have personally worked on my entire adult life.”

Favorite Pic of the Day for January 25, 2016

From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
DirtRoad by Noplacia Photography

Mary Tyler Moore, TV Icon, Dies at 80

From: Variety
 Television great Mary Tyler Moore, the beloved star of “The Dick Van Dyke Show” and “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” died Wednesday in Connecticut, her publicist confirmed. She was 80.

“Today, beloved icon, Mary Tyler Moore, passed away at the age of 80 in the company of friends and her loving husband of over 33 years, Dr. S. Robert Levine,” read the statement from Mara Buxbaum, her longtime rep. “A groundbreaking actress, producer, and passionate advocate for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Mary will be remembered as a fearless visionary who turned the world on with her smile.”

 The vivacious brunette performer transformed the image of women on television first as Van Dyke’s sexy, vulnerable wife Laura Petrie and then as single career girl Mary Richards in her own series. Her work in the two series brought Moore five Emmy Awards, in 1965, 1966, 1973, 1974 and 1976. She won another Emmy for 1993 TV special “Stolen Babies.”

 Moore was also a powerhouse producer via her MTM production company with then-husband Grant Tinker, producing her own series as well as “The Bob Newhart Show” and spin off series “Rhoda” and “Lou Grant,” among others.

She combined wholesomeness and sex appeal with cracker-jack comedic timing. In many ways Moore was a throwback to Hollywood golden era leading ladies like Myrna Loy and Jean Arthur, but with a decidedly updated twist.

 Her role as Laura Petrie, the suburban wife of comedy writer Rob Petrie, also represented a step forward for the portrayal of women on television. Though they maintained separate beds, the Petries otherwise shared an active, romantic marital life. And unlike Desi Arnaz on “I Love Lucy,” Van Dyke’s character was not threatened by his wife’s talents or her intelligence.

The series made Moore a star, and she worked on films under contract at Universal. With the exception of “Thoroughly Modern Millie,” in which she played third fiddle to Julie Andrews and the scene-stealing Carol Channing, the studio’s attempts to fashion her in the Doris Day mold was unsuccessful. Moore also tried her hand at the Broadway stage, co-starring with Richard Chamberlain in David Merrick’s musical version of Truman Capote’s “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.”

 With the help of her second husband, producer Tinker, and the talents of creators James L. Brooks and Allan Burns, she fashioned a new series, “Mary Tyler Moore,” which debuted on CBS in 1970 and revolutionized the sitcom. Even more than the Van Dyke show, it focused heavily on the central character’s work life.

And in this case the central character was a single woman, Mary Richards, carving out a life for herself in Minneapolis. Moore was the pragmatic and delightfully vulnerable center of a strong ensemble cast that included Ed Asner, Valerie Harper, Betty White, and Ted Knight. “Mary Tyler Moore” raked in the accolades during its run and thereafter was a permanent fixture in television syndication.

The Mary Tyler Moore Show” won the Emmy for comedy show three years in a row, was named as one of the most influential TV shows of all time on numerous lists, and was one of the first shows to tackle issues including equal pay for women, divorce, infidelity, homosexuality, premarital sex, and infertility. Moore’s character even recovers from an addiction to sleeping pills during the show.

Leslie Moonves, chairman and CEO of CBS Corporation, said in a statement on Wednesday: “Mary Tyler Moore was a once-in-a-generation talent. She will be long remembered as a gifted actress, television pioneer and a role model to so many. CBS has lost one of the very best to ever grace our airwaves and our industry has lost a true legend and friend.”

After “Mary Tyler Moore,” which Moore retired after seven seasons, she tried other series including sitcom “Mary,” variety hour “The Mary Tyler Moore Hour” and “New York News,” another attempt to recapture the magic of her landmark ’70s TV series. There was even an effort to reunite her with Harper, her Rhoda sidekick on “Mary Tyler Moore,” starting with a TV movie, “Mary and Rhoda.”

The actress finally snared a role that challenged her abilities in Robert Redford’s Oscar-winning directorial debut, 1980’s “Ordinary People.” She played completely against type as a stern, cold matriarch, living in denial after the death of her favorite son. The beautifully wrought performance brought her an Oscar nomination. Then in the mid ’90s she was again offered a film role, supporting this time, that displayed her range: As a neurotic, overbearing Jewish mother in “Flirting With Disaster,” Moore was hilarious in a completely different way than in any of her TV comedy appearances.

Moore also returned to Broadway stage, finding some success in the drama “Whose Life Is It Anyway?” and taking home a special Tony for her performance. She also appeared on the Rialto in A.R. Gurney’s “Sweet Sue” in 1987.

On TV, she carved a niche for herself in TV movies, most notably the breast cancer tale “First You Cry” and the miniseries “Lincoln,” in which she played Mary Todd Lincoln. She drew Emmy nominations for both. There was also “Finnegan Begin Again,” “Heartsounds” and “Just Between Friends,” which brought her good reviews and award recognition.

Moore continued in TV movies during the 2000s, including the sentimental “Miss Lettie and Me,” and she guested on series including “That ’70s Show,” “Lipstick Jungle” and, in 2011, “Hot in Cleveland,” where she reunited with her “Mary Tyler Moore Show” co-star Betty White. There was also a reunion show, 2004’s “The Dick Van Dyke Show Revisited,” in which she participated.

In 1983, after almost 20 years of marriage, Moore separated from Tinker, who had gone on to run NBC and sold to her his share in MTM Enterprises, which she subsequently sold. The company had been very successful with several spinoffs from the “Mary Tyler Moore Show” as well as other hit series like “Hill Street Blues” and “WKRP in Cincinnati.”

Moore was born in Brooklyn but grew up in Los Angeles, where she attended Immaculate Heart High School and married Richard Meeker at age 18. She broke into performing through television commercials, memorably as the Hotpoint elf on “The Ozzie and Harriet Show” in the mid-’50s. Her first regular TV assignment was on the TV series “Richard Diamond, Private Detective” in 1959 as the urbane investigator’s assistant, though only her legs and hands were visible onscreen. It led to guest spots on such series as “77 Sunset Strip” and “Hawaiian Eye.”

Moore had been interviewed by Danny Thomas to play his daughter on the series “Make Room for Daddy,” and he remembered her and recommended her to Carl Reiner when he was casting “The Dick Van Dyke Show.” After a shaky start in 1961, the sitcom afforded Moore the chance to show off her comedic gifts and sometimes even her song-and-dance abilities.

The actress penned two memoirs. In “After All,” released in 1995, she acknowledged that she was an alcoholic; “Growing Up Again: Life, Loves, and Oh Yeah, Diabetes” (2009) centers on living with type 1 diabetes. Moore had been diagnosed with diabetes in her 20s and was a tireless crusader for the disease via the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation.

In May 2002, cabler TV Land unveiled a statue in downtown Minneapolis of the character Moore made famous on “The Mary Tyler Moore Show.” The statue depicts the iconic moment in the show’s opening credits in which Mary throws her tam o’shanter in the air. Moore was present for the ceremony.

Moore received the SAG lifetime achievement award in 2012 from Dick Van Dyke.

In 1980, her only son Richard (by first husband Meeker) died accidentally from a gunshot wound at the age of 24.

Moore is survived by her third husband, Dr. S. Robert Levine, whom she married in 1983. Tinker died in November.

Love is All Around

Mary Tyler Moore, you will always make the world turn on your smile, and now so will heaven and the stars in the sky!  Rest in Peace, thanks for all the laughs you have given me. You were my first celebrity crush and will always bring me joy.

Who can turn the world on with her smile?
Who can take a nothing day, and suddenly make it all seem worthwhile?
Well it's you girl, and you should know it
With each glance and every little movement you show it

Love is all around, no need to waste it
You can have the town, why don't you take it
You're gonna make it after all
You're gonna make it after all

How will you make it on your own?
This world is awfully big, girl this time you're all alone
But it's time you started living
It's time you let someone else do some giving

Love is all around, no need to waste it
You can have the town, why don't you take it
You're gonna make it after all
You're gonna make it after all

Bruce Beckham Exclusive: How To Be Gay Porn’s Comeback King In 2017

From: Str8up Gay Porn
What’s it like to be a gay porn star in 2017—especially one who launched his career in 2004, took an extended hiatus from 2008 to 2016, and then was able to make a stunning return to a dramatically changed industry, almost as if he had never left? Str8UpGayPorn recently had a chance to catch up with comeback king Bruce Beckham—a recent nominee for 2016’s Best Gay Porn Star—to find out how he’s changed, how the industry’s changed, and how he’s been able to stay so successful all these years. Bruce’s interview is the second in a series of “How To Be A Gay Porn Star In 2017” interviews running on Str8UpGayPorn this month. (Previously: Kyle Ross Exclusive—How To Be An Award-Winning Gay Porn Superstar In 2017.)

 Str8UpGayPorn: Hi Bruce! To catch people up, when did you first exit gay porn, and when did you officially return?
Bruce Beckham: I left after a few years in 2007-ish, returning recently in March of 2016.
After eight years away, what do you think is the most noticeable difference from when you started vs. now?
Social media. The direct and immediate interactions and reactions between myself and the consumer, audience, studios, and industry.
Why did you leave the first time?
I was working a fairly lucrative bartending job, and porn was really only a side hobby. Sort of an occasional paid vacation.

 And what made you decide to return?
Burn out from the restaurant and nightclub industry. My existing job had taken a financial nose dive, and after considering porn as one of many other options, it seemed like a good opportunity to make my own schedule and steer my own ship for a while, at least for the summer, pending warm reception.
Which you clearly received. Did you need to maintain any of your established, non-porn jobs after re-entering the industry?
Porn was actually an increase in income for me, as well as an opportunity to travel while filming and not feel so trapped in L.A. Porn is my main focus for the next couple of months at least, but I miss doing work that challenges me mentally and creatively. I’m always thinking about what my contribution to the world and my community is, in terms of lasting impact and greater good.

 It varies, but if you had to estimate an industry average, what’s the scene rate for gay porn stars working today?
Well over $500, not quite $2,000 for non-exclusives. I imagine exclusives to be paid more, but I’m not at all privy to anyone else’s rate.
Would it be accurate to say that scene rates for gay porn stars have gone down since you first started, 13 years ago?
Pay has declined by at least half since I was working in the mid 2000’s. In my opinion, it’s solely from the ability to steal porn from the internet in the same manner that the music industry was hit by online file sharing.
So, is the average performer able to support himself financially only working as a gay porn star?
I’ve been very capable of supporting myself financially based on my current earnings, but I live humbly and don’t spend extravagantly. I budget, and my cost of living is relatively low. My biggest expenditure is rent, and I pay far below L.A. market value for a rent controlled studio.
Are models ever able to negotiate with studios for higher rates?
I recently negotiated a rate that was 15% higher, but I knew that they were eager to have me and that it wasn’t an unreasonable overall fee. I was also providing my own transportation several hours away as part of the project.

 Other than working at a studio, what other ways do models earn money within the adult industry?
I understand merchandise can be lucrative, and there are always opportunities for appearances and cross promotion.
What are some benefits of becoming a gay porn star today?
Freedom to make your own schedule, travel, and interacting with like-minded individuals.
Any disadvantages or negative aspects?
Porn has actually been an entirely positive presence in my life since I returned. It’s been a welcome new path. Although, it is tricky explaining to a layman how working in the adult film industry doesn’t mean anything beyond the fact that you’re monetizing a different, valuable set of assets and skills.
And what advice would you give to someone thinking of joining the industry today?
First and foremost, know who you are and be clear about why you’re getting into the industry. Self knowledge can steer you clear of some pitfalls. From there, I’d recommend taking every job that seems like it’s a good fit for you personally and your brand. Align yourself with people who you think are symbiotic with how you’d like to represent yourself. Be professional, be responsible, be accountable, work hard, and save. Nothing is forever.

 What do you have planned for fans in 2017? Can you give us a sneak peek at studios and co-stars?
My next shoot will be a pretty easy re-entry into filming after my eye injury, as I’m filming with my close friend Jason Vario again in late February. He’s coming to stay with me for a few days in L.A., and we’ll be shooting toward the tail end of his visit. I’d also put some work with CockyBoys on hold while I healed, so at least one shoot with them is on the horizon for late winter/spring, possibly with Boomer Banks, finally, or Carter Dane.
All of those pairings will drive fans crazy.
And hopefully more work with Falcon. And, of course, some regular scenes with my family at TitanMen. They in particular have been really great to me. VP Keith Webb sent me some “Get Well” gag gifts after I had surgery. And Matthew Bosch, Adam Ramzi, Alex Mecum, and Jasun Mark were checking in a lot. And there was a lot of grim, hilarious face-timing with Jason Vario.

 I was wondering about your eye, and saw the photos. What happened exactly?
My retina detached in my left eye—through no trauma, just bad luck. My ophthalmologist said nearsighted eyes are just more prone to eye issues, and I suddenly lost 1/3 to 1/2 of my left peripheral vision in 24 hours.

Whoa, glad everything is OK now.
Seeing a doctor ASAP saved my eyesight in that eye. Since late October, I’ve had several less invasive, less effective procedures, and finally had full surgery on my eye just before Christmas. It should be fully healed, vision restored, and and normal looking by February. I’ve been fortunate in having lots of great friends to help out, good insurance, and a great prognosis for full recovery.
Great to hear, and we look forward to seeing you throughout the year!

Favorite Pic of the Day for January 25, 2009

From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
Love this shot of musician and model Derek Nickerson. 

Dish of the Day #1817: Hungry Hunks

From: Deep Dish

Boston Ironsides Rugby Football Club Wants You To Get Sweaty With Them On Saturday

From: Bos Guy

Did you make a New Year’s resolution to get out, do more, be more active? Did you tell yourself that you want to meet more / new people? Boston Ironsides Rugby Football Club might be something you should check out. They will have their first practice on Saturday, January 28th and newcomers are welcome. No prior experience is necessary.

Practice will take place at the BSC Medford (easily accessible from the Orange Line – Wellington Station stop). Head to the basketball court on the second floor and arrive ready to get sweaty by 2:00 PM. Comfortable workout clothes (shorts, t-shirt, sneakers, etc) as well as a water bottle is highly recommended  Following practice the club will be hosting an informal meet-and-greet with pizza.

If you have any questions email: bostonironsidesinfo@gmail.com.
You can also check out the Facebook event page for more details here.

Arkansas Official Resigns After Tweeting ‘Gay Jokes Are Back On’ In Trump’s America

From: Towleroad
 An Arkansas state official has resigned following a controversy over his recent sexist and anti-gay social media posts.

Hunter Hatcher (left), who served as an outreach coordinator in the the state treasurer’s office, voluntarily submitted his resignation on Monday, according to ArkansasOnline.com. Hatcher stepped down three days after an anti-gay tweet on the day of President Donald Trump’s inauguration.

“Y’all in Trump’s America now! Time to flick that chip off ya shoulder and quit being so offended. Gay jokes are back on ya bunch of homos,” Hatcher wrote Friday.

Hatcher had been on paid leave from the treasurer’s office since December while on active duty with the Arkansas National Guard at Fort Bliss, Texas. On Sunday, Hatcher shared a video of the Women’s March on Washington to his Facebook page.

“If all these women are at the Capitol, who’s making lunch?” he wrote.

And back on Jan. 1, Hatcher reportedly wrote on Facebook: “I love Subway cause I can tell a woman to make me a sandwich and she does it with a smile on her face.  I wish all women had that Subway work ethic. And equality? Don’t get equal, get to cooking woman, get equal on your own time.”

In his resignation letter, Hatcher said he intends “to focus on my military service to my country.”

“I would like to offer my sincere apologies to all who were offended by my egregious remarks, as it was not becoming of a Soldier,” he wrote. “I am very contrite but will continue to focus on my mission with the Army.”

However, Hatcher also appears to have damaged his military career. According to KATV, Hatcher’s Army commander has suspended his phone and computer privileges, reduced his rank and canceled his upcoming deployment.

John Movido - Gay-porn actor who died of AIDS in 1984 is lovingly remembered

From: Shawn Mayotte
 John Movido was known as Robbie Leonetti in the Male Adult Film Industry. Kent Schlesselmann (Kurt Detrick) had given him the name “Robbie” because of his likeness to 70’s heartthrob Robby Benson. Though I told everyone I was 18, I met him in 1982, when I was only 17. I was on the streets and without family. John quickly turned into an older brother, advising me to quit hustling on the street; becoming my adviser as he guided me through the perplexing world of escorting in Los Angeles.

 John was an extremely intelligent, kind, and giving person. He helped me become known, introducing me to many people, pre-qualifying many “clients”, protecting me from the scoundrels who took advantage of us. In 1983 I noticed he had a lingering cold and cough that persisted without end. By the fall of that year, it was clear to both of us he had this new “Gay disease” that had killed so many of our friends. Although many of my friends died on the street, outcasts from society, John went home to his family and passed away in 1984.

Though the Adult Film Industry is an almost upward career move today; to me it’s ubiquity makes it stale and uninteresting. Back in the early 1980’s, it was unforgiving, and most of us who got into it came from broken homes. We were the disposable ones, discarded and unloved; most of our families were torn apart by drug abusing parents, and many of us were molested in Boys’ Homes or by family members. But we were valuable, and I intend to write about more of my friends who died, as they deserved better than they received. Everyone counts or no one counts. I loved you John – you were my mentor, and my friend. Thank you for sharing your life with me.

Fitness Model Cody Deal Congratulates Trump, Re-Tweets Message That Gay Men Are LOWLIFES

From: Boy Culture

Cody is selling peeks at his bulge. Yawn.
If you're gay and horny, you may have heard of Cody Deal. The fitness model has a large Instagram and Twitter and Facebook and whatever following, and sells calendars of his nice body in various poses.

This week, he posted a very old shot of him meeting Donald Trump and noted he can now say he had a good conversation with a president. Along with the pic, he congratulated Trump.

Donald Trump campaigned, in part, on removing LGBTQ protections, he flip-flopped on the trans bathroom issue (winding up against trans people) and he has sworn to see gay marriage overturned at the Supreme Court. That last one is something his minions have already begun working on.

So not surprisingly, some of Cody's fans were angry. Here is the response that Cody loved so much he tweeted it back to several:

Cody's defender has almost no followers, is anonymous, claims to be gay. Mm-hm. 
That's right, even though he makes his living off of showing his body and, apparently now, his penis to gay men, Cody thinks this person's comment — which calls gay people lowlifes — is right on the money.

(1) Rejecting a wannabe-autocrat who is working hard to strip LGBTQ people of rights is not the same thing as homophobia, but it speaks volumes that this meathead thinks it is. Why wouldn't he? Nobody is coming for his rights.

(2) If gay men are “lowlifes,” what is a person whose living is made off of them? A sub-lowlife? A parasite?

(3) Fuck off, there are plenty of very hot guys who are actually LGBTQ or rock-solid allies. Cody Deal is pretty, but pretty is common. So, apparently, are stupidity, ignorance and disloyalty.

My Cody calendar is out of date by about 100 years now.


A Banker

39 Sweltering Pics from the Ultimate Vegas Gay Pool Party

From: Advocate

36 Olympians Who Definitely Look Better Than You in Speedos and Spandex

From: Esquire
Nicholas McCrory

At the London 2012 Olympics.

30 Kinky Terms Every Gay Man Needs to Know

From: The Advocate

Bondage is probably the most basic and widely known feature of BDSM.  And it's unfailingly one of the most erotic. Bondage involves making a submissive helpless and immobilized. This can be done with rope, handcuffs, leather cuffs, chains, stocks and mummification.

27 Things To Look Forward To In 2017

From: NewNowNext
More “Transparent” on Amazon Prime

The fourth season of this Emmy winning series won’t arrive till fall or winter of 2017, giving us plenty of time to ruminate on what Maura (Jeffrey Tambor) will do with the news that she can’t have gender-confirmation surgery.


From: Cheap Undies
Colby Melvin
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