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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, January 28, 2017
|Lunar New Year 2017|
With traditional foods, glowing lanterns, and lots of red, today’s Doodle welcomes the Year of the Rooster.
A time of celebration with family and friends, Lunar New Year falls on the first new moon between January 21 and February 20 each year. While this means the date is always changing, the traditions surrounding the holiday have long been the same. In the US, Asian-American communities host festivals across the country – the oldest and largest of which is in San Francisco’s Chinatown.
At these events, red decor and envelopes abound, while lion dancers, giant puppets, and firecrackers fill the streets. Legend has it that many of these traditions stem from fending off the Nian, a mythical beast that would attack an ancient village each New Year’s Day. With the help of a mysterious old man, villagers discovered that the creature was afraid of the color red, as well as loud noises — and so the festivities began. Although the Nian never did return, the celebrations most certainly did.
Here’s to health, happiness, and good fortune in the new year!
The Super Chill High
“I’m feeling very fla-say-dah right now.”
At the Beijing 2008 Olympics.
From: The Advocate
Like urine, spit is a nonsexual bodily fluid that gets fiercely fetishized. Piggy guys into spit enjoy getting spit on, spitting on others, using spit religiously in place of lube and even drinking saliva.
From: The Advocate
Puppy Play is one scene in the world of kink that is growing rapidly in popularity. Puppy play is a part of a group of scenes that fall under the umbrella of Animal Training or Animal Play, in which submissives act like animals. Pony play and kitty play also fall into this category. In puppy play, the Dominant is called the Owner or Handler, and the submissive is called the pup. During the scene, pups stereotypically act like dogs - they bark, walk on all fours, and come when called (when they feel obedient). Handlers give pups "treats" (sexual or otherwise) and discipline them when they misbehave. While there is no standard way to do puppy play, most pups and handlers agree that the power dynamic is very relaxed and playful.
The Magnetic Fields release “50 Song Memoir.”
Out March 3, the band’s 11th studio album is an autobiographical concept album chronicling the first 50 years of out songwriter Stephin Merritt’s life, with one song for each year he’s been alive.
Lot of Birthdays Today: Happy Birthday To:
From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
Alan Alda turns 81 today.
Barbi Benton turns 67.
Joey Fatone turns 40 today.
Another Dallas star, the underrated hunky John Beck turns 74 today.
Cold Case star Kathryn Morris turns 48.
Actor Keith Hamilton Cobb turns 55.
The talent seeking Nick Carter turns 36 today.
Super Soap Dallas' Donna Krebbs, Susan Howard turns 73 today.
From: Cheap Undies
|“I’m non-traditional at Twitter. Maybe because of my lack of grammar and spelling and the lack of characters sometimes I’m unable to express myself. I believe what I believe so I don’t care. I just say what I want.”|
When Drogo (Jason Momoa) was shockingly killed in Season One, it was a wake-up call for fans that anyone—even major characters—could be snuffed out at any time. It’s a shame that lesson had to be taught by eliminating the chance to see Drogo’s jaw-dropping body on our TV screens.
No, not the embarrassing, white-washed outing from Roland Emmerich in 2015. This is the real, criminally overlooked narrative film from 1995, the last film from queer British director Nigel Finch before his death from AIDS. Stonewall recreates the days leading up to the famed Stonewall Riots, which kicked off the LGBT rights movement. Finch inter cuts the narrative portion with interviews from witnesses to the riots, who recall the atmosphere and events that helped ignite the movement. Though historians quibble with a few of the film’s insinuations (did Judy Garland’s death really play a role in the riots?), Stonewall features a multi-ethnic cast that represents just about every facet of the LGBT subculture. Stonewall has its shortcomings, but as a reminder of the inception of the queer rights movement, it still packs a wallop.
“Women Who Kill”
Jungermann (The Slope, F to 7th) also directed and starred in this wry comic thriller about a true-crime podcaster who thinks her girlfriend might be a murderer. Exes Morgan (Jungermann) and Jean (Ann Carr), get entangled in drama—and each others lives—when Morgan begins dating mysterious Simone (Sheila Vand).
While skewering the phenomenon that was Serial, it also pokes fun at lesbian relationships, drama queens and the contemporary Brooklyn scene. “It’s Park Slope—there aren’t hate crimes here,” says, one character, “just a lot of intense parenting.”