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Wednesday, February 15, 2017

“The Invisibles”: Vintage Photos Of Gay Couples From The Early 20th Century

From: NewNowNext
 French filmmaker SΓ©bastien Lifshitz first explored the hidden history of gay love in the 2012 documentary, Les Invisibles, which includes fascinating interviews with gay men and lesbians born between the two World Wars.  


Now, an accompanying photo book, The Invisibles: Vintage Portraits of Love and Pride, shares vintage photographs from the early twentieth century depicting various same-sex couples. “With each discovery I was stunned, for these images didn’t match the official history of homosexuality as it has been conveyed to us,” says Lifshitz. “Despite the many battles and certain victories that ensued, the homosexual remained a victim in the collective consciousness; a hidden man. Yet, these images, which I’ve found through the years, were telling another story—one about a homosexuality without inhibitions, gentle and playful.”
 Of course, without corroboration from the subjects themselves, it’s impossible to know exactly the nature of their relationships. But, says Lifshitz, that in itself is part of his fascination with the images: “It’s interesting to see homosexuality in everyone’s lives in some way,” he says. “It wasn’t an absolute taboo.”

































He’s Naked: ‘Teen Wolf’ Star Ryan Kelley

From: OMG
If we were into conspiracy theories, we would be tempted to think that the whole cast of Teen Wolf collectively decided to leak peen videos the same week to boost ratings for their show. Ryan Kelley is the latest star to get his junk out in a video. See the stills and watch the video below!

PLUS, IN CASE YOU MISSED THEM: Watch the videos from the other Teen Wolves Tyler Posey, Cody Christian, and Tyler Posey again.

Is the former White House photographer for Obama totally trolling Donald Trump?

From: Queerty
 On Inauguration Day 2017, the former chief official White House photographer, Pete Souza, deleted his old Instagram account and began a new one charting The Way We Live Now.

And, as New York Magazine notes, Souza appears to be doing so in a particularly sly manner that’s probably all but lost on the current administration.

So far, this new account is focused on posting old photos from the Obama years that stand in marked contrast to the trajectory of current events in 2017.

As you’ll see below, most of the photos feature Obama paired up with the same world leaders Trump is busy meeting, albeit without all the conspicuous eye-rolls and vividly awkward handshakes.

Here are some highlights.


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Those damn lights ;)

 White House light switches; a casual primer. Trump’s staff was reportedly baffled by those darn switches, holding meetings in dark rooms:

petesouza

Meeting with top advisors. This is a full-frame picture.

 I guess you'd say I was trying to make a point.

 A not-so-subtle statement on the lack of women in Trump’s top administration roles: 

 Compare and contrast to Trump signing an anti-abortion order surrounded by men:

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With Prime Minister Abe after visiting Pearl Harbor last December.

Prime Minister Abe Shinzo meets with Obama without rolling his eyes: 

 Compare and contrast:

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Allies.

Prime Minister Trudeau comes to the White House and things aren’t awkward:

 Compare and contrast:

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When we were on the road, national security discussions 

and head of state phone calls were conducted in a private, 

secure location set up onsite. 

Everyone had to leave their Blackberry outside the area.

 In this photo, which was taken in March 2011

 and subsequently released, the President holds a discussion 

in El Salvador following a conference call with his full national security team.

Obama discussing national security in a makeshift tent specifically constructed to discuss sensitive information: 

Compare and contrast to this recent scene at Mar-a-Lago:

20 House Dems: Flynn Needs to Testify Before House Foreign Affairs Committee

From: Towleroad
Twenty House Democrats led by Rep. David Cicilline have called for the House Committee on Foreign Affairs to investigate National Security Advisor Michael Flynn’s affairs with Russia in a letter to Chairman Ed Royce.

Read the letter HERE.

The Hill reports:

“We believe General Flynn must appear before the Committee, under oath as soon as possible,” they wrote Tuesday in a letter released Wednesday.
“General Flynn’s resignation leaves many unanswered questions about his and President Trump’s ties to Russia and whether America’s national security and intelligence operations have been compromised,” they added.
“Our country’s national security, independence, and democratic institutions are at stake. As the body within the House with jurisdiction over U.S. foreign policy, we would be negligent if we left the questions about this incident unanswered.”
Wednesday’s letter was signed by Democratic Reps. David Cicilline (R.I.), Brad Sherman (Calif.), Gregory Meeks (N.Y.), Albio Sires (N.J.), Gerald Connolly (Va.), Theodore Deutch (Fla.), Karen Bass (Calif.), William Keating (Mass.), Ami Bera (Calif.), Lois Frankel (Fla.), Joaquin Castro (Texas), Robin Kelly (Ill.), Brendan Boyle (Pa.), Dina Titus (Nev.), Norma Torres (Calif.), Thomas Suozzi (N.Y.), Adriano Espaillat (N.Y.), Ted Lieu (Calif.), Bradley Schneider (Ill.) and Tulsi Gabbard(Hawaii).

Meanwhile Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-Ore.) has launched a working group to review how Trump can be removed from office via the 25th Amendment:

“Like many people, I’ve noticed renewed interest in the 25th Amendment, as we’ve seen erratic behavior out of the White House and inability of Donald Trump to even tell whether it rained on him during his inaugural speech and repeating false statements that are demonstrably wrong,” Blumenauer said in a House floor speech.
The 25th Amendment, established 50 years ago after President Kennedy’s assassination, states that the vice president assumes the Oval Office in the event that the president is removed from office, resigns or dies.
It stipulates that the vice president and a majority of Cabinet officers may declare the president unfit to serve. The vice president would then take over as president.
If a president refuses to step down from office, two-thirds of both the House and Senate must then agree in order to force the president out.
Blumenauer was skeptical, however, that the procedure would work in cases of mental or emotional incapacity, especially in the modern, highly polarized political environment.

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Hot Heeb of the Day - February 15, 2016

From: Hot Heeb of the Day
Frishman Beach, Tel Aviv


Oh Batman, Can We Just Ignore The Mayor's Call This One Time

From: Brent's Auto Wall

Favorite Sports Guy for February 15, 2008

Love me some Brett Stewart, the Australian rugby player nicknamed 'snake'. Snake refers to his shoulders unfortunately...
From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things











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