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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, February 26, 2017

Master Shamus & James -- Brutal Tops

 "After relaxing with a cold bottle, Master Shamus now wants a piss – handy, having a sub’s filthy little mouth on hand to use as a urinal. Warning James that ANY drips of piss that go on the floor will be severely punished, Shamus whips out his penis and starts to fill the sub’s gob with hot yellow urine fresh from the tap.

It would appear the Shamus’warning has gone unheeded. Not only does the pathetic sub spill some of Shamus’ precious liquid on the floor, but splashes land on the his trousers. True to his word Shamus thrashes the useless prick, reddening its ass with his thick leather belt." -- Straight Manmeat







Dish of the Day #94

From: Deep Dish

Luke Guldan


Hi Boys, blow whichever head you want

From: Brent's Auto Wall

Portman Blocking Democrats & Tiberi a No Show To Town Hall Meeting

From: Outlook
Senator Portman began dropping people that are not registered as republican to his speeches, according to an article in the Columbus Dispatch.  Katie Finneran called off from work Wednesday evening so she could drive two hours north of Ohio State University to hear Sen. Rob Portman speak and received a message from Portman’s office rescinding the ticket she purchased.

Finneran purchased the ticket hear Portman talk after making repeated attempts to call Portman’s office to a message service that is constantly full.

Several posts on Facebook from a Town Hall meeting with Congressman Pat Tiberi noted that he was a no show.  Instead of meeting with his constituents he was at a Knox County fundraising dinner in Mt Vernon for Republican Party.

One person on Facebook posted the following statement:
ATTENDING THE OHIO DISTRICT 12 MEETING TO HEAR FROM OUR CONGRESSMAN PAT TIBERI, BUT CONGRESSMAN TIBERI IS A NO SHOW TO HEAR FROM THE PEOPLE FROM HIS DISTRICT. SHAME ON YOU CONGRESSMAN TIBERI. DO YOUR JOB!

Oscars Sneak Peek

From: Boy Culture

Oregon Man Barges Into Church Ranting Against Homosexuality

"That's why I can't find a wife in this homosexual city!"
From: NewNowNext
 A church service at the Parkrose Community United Church of Christ in Portland, OR had an unexpected visitor this past weekend.

In a video of the church service shows a man wearing a “Fear God” sweatshirt walking up onstage and shouting about the sinful nature of to the congregation and the openly gay Pastor Don Frueh.


 “Listen up,” the unnamed man shouts. “I’m here to tell you that homosexuality is wrong, and what you’re doing is wrong. And that’s wrong. And that’s a lie.”

The congregation sits in stunned silence for a few minutes before some members head to the stage to escort the man out of the building. A member of the choir that was already onstage confronts him asking him to leave.


“We’re welcoming you. But if you don’t like what we’re saying, then you’re welcome to leave,” the singer tells the man. “But you will not disrespect my church. You can keep your opinion to yourself. But you have to sit down or leave.”

“That’s why I can’t find a wife in this homosexual city,” yells the protester as he’s removed from the church.

After he leaves Pastor Frueh continues the service and asks God to heal the protestor.

“Gracious and loving god we ask you to be with our friend who came here today who is hurting obviously,” says Frueh. “Find a way for his hurt to be healed. And if there’s any way we can be part of that healing, please let us be that healing.”

Watch the confrontation go down in the video below.

One In 137 Teenagers In The U.S. Identify As Transgender

“We want to make sure that policy debates are informed by actual figures."
From: NewNowNext
 As advocates and politicians debate the White House’s decision to rescind Obama-era protections for trans students, a new report helps paint a picture of how many young people are actually transgender.

Nearly 150,000 Americans age 13 to 17 identify as transgender, according to state and federal data analyzed by UCLA’s Williams Institute. That’s 0.7% of the teen population, compared to the 0.6% of Americans overall who indicate they are trans.


 “We want to make sure that policy debates are informed by actual figures,” Williams Institute scholar Jody L. Herman told The New York Times. “This series of reports is our best attempt to use the best available data and the best methodology,”

Within those numbers are some interesting trends: Older teenagers, for example, are more likely to self-identify as trans than younger ones. The states with the most trans students were California (22,200), Texas (13,800) and New York (9,750). Factoring for population size, though, Hawaii and West Virginia were actually proportionally the biggest—with about 1 in 100 teens identifying as transgender.


The analysis is extrapolated from adult responses to a federal survey, so the actual numbers may vary. But advocates insist getting a clearer idea of how many teens are affected by bullying, bathroom bills and other issues is vital.

“It’s not about what your gut tells you, it’s not about what the news last night told you, it’s not about what you think you might have gathered from looking at a couple of internet websites,” said Kellan Baker of the Center for American Progress. “It’s about what do the data actually say, so that we can target resources where they will do the most good.”

Yet the federal government still does not incorporate gender identity into the census or other demographic studies. (The Williams Institute analysis was based on a large CDC survey on risk behaviors that happened to include optional questions about gender identity.)

“We just don’t have that same level of information readily accessible,” said Sandy James of the National Center for Transgender Equality.

OMG> Talk about a GUSHER> I don’t think I’d be able to swallow all of that.

http://oldermen777.tumblr.com/post/157649525156/hobartgloryhunter-omg-talk-about-a-gusher-i

OMG Lloyd Daniels is NAKED

And breath.
From: The Gay UK

lloyddanielsuk

He's shooting me again soon πŸ“·

The former X Factor fitty, Lloyd Daniels just threw a bucket of water over our thirst this afternoon after he published a completely nekkid picture on his Instagram.
Apparently “he” is shooting Lloyd again – we’ve no idea who HE is, but he’s a very lucky man!

In other news, Lloyd’s dad, who has been on dialysis for around a year has found a donor via an “amazing gift”.


lloyddanielsuk

REAL LOVE.

My dad has been on dialysis for around a year now 

and after nearly losing him and being on the waiting list 

for a transplant his forever woman had some tests 

and it's FATE that she is compatible. 
Thankyou @youngz_33 for being most amazing gift to come into our lives. 

You are an absolute hero 

and I can't begin to explain how much you mean to us all as a family. 

I love you and you are one of a kind. 

Thankyou thankyou thankyou, miss you everyday 😘 what a woman!

Luckily after an extensive search, a live donor was found that was the perfect match for him. Lloyd told fans that he had nearly “lost him” during the year-long wait to find a match.

He told the woman, “You are an absolute hero and I can’t begin to explain how much you mean to us all as a family. I love you and you are one of a kind.”

New York Times, CNN, Others Barred From Briefings After Trump Threatens to 'Do Something' About the Media

From: kenneth in the (212)
Want to try to distract from your suspect policies? Try this:

NYT reports:
Journalists from The New York Times and several other news organizations were prohibited from attending a briefing by President Trump’s press secretary on Friday, a highly unusual breach of relations between the White House and its press corps. Reporters from The Times, CNN, BuzzFeed News, The Los Angeles Times and Politico were not allowed to enter the West Wing office of the press secretary, Sean M. Spicer, for the scheduled briefing. Aides to Mr. Spicer allowed in reporters from only a handpicked group of news organizations that, the White House said, had been previously confirmed to attend. Organizations allowed in included Breitbart News, the One America News Network and The Washington Times, all news outlets with conservative leanings. Journalists from ABC, CBS, The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, and Fox News also attended. Reporters from Time magazine and The Associated Press, who were set to be allowed in to the briefing, chose not to attend as a form of protest of the White House’s actions.  
The White House Correspondents’ Association, which represents the press corps, issued a quick rebuke of the White House’s actions. “The W.H.C.A. board is protesting strongly against how today’s gaggle is being handled by the White House,” the association president, Jeff Mason, said in a statement. “We encourage the organizations that were allowed in to share the material with others in the press corps who were not. The board will be discussing this further with White House staff.”
The development came hours after Mr. Trump delivered a slashing broadside against the news media during a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference.
These people have no respect for anything and are truly awful.

New Musical Will Support Cyndi Lauper's True Colors Fund

From: Boy Culture
Award-winning novelist Marc Acito and Grammy nominee Amy Engelhardt have teamed up to create a new musical adaptation of the 1963 film Tom Jones.

The new work aims to highlight the plight of minorities discriminated against just because of who they are: gay, female, trans, black — all could be substituted for “bastard” in the not-so-distant past.

Check it out here — and do so knowing that all proceeds will go to Cyndi Lauper's nonprofit True Colors Fund, dedicated to ending LGBTQ homelessness.

Network Gay Sex: Jack Falahee Gets Pounded On HTGAWM

From: Fleshbot
 Conner (Jack Falahee) is back to his old ways on How to Get Away With Murder this week, and this time around has gay sex on network television with both Thomas (Matthew Risch) and Oliver (Conrad Ricamora). This was the two-part season finale of HTGAWM, and let's just say that ABC knows what she's doing! We've seen Falahee and on again, off again boyfriend Ricamora get it in before, but on the final episode of the third season, Jack gets man pounded by Risch in a pretty Risch-que scene for prime time television. This IS about gay relationships, so of course Ricamora and Risch previously had a thing on the show. Scandalous! 





jackfalaheeOh, hey. Didn't see you there. 


We at Fleshbot Gay fell completely in lust with Falahee when he first started going dick to butthole on How To Get Away With Murder on the show's first season. Back in October 2015 (reading my old writing gives me HPV but whatever) he gave us the choice lines "Tonight I do you" and "Turn over!" for a network audience probably thinking "Oh, apple turnover, now this is nice!" No grandma, asshole turnover. Check out Jack Falahee's steamy gay sex scene with Looking star Matthew Risch below!

PS: OMG I just noticed the part where he bites the fucking pillow!


My trips wouldn’t really be complete if I didn’t get naked and jerk off in the airport bathroom first.

From: Hunter Williams

Muhammad Ali Jr. Detained at Airport, Asked About Being Muslim

From: NBC News
The son of global boxing legend Muhammad Ali was detained for about two hours on arrival at a Florida airport and questioned about his religion, his lawyer said.

Muhammad Ali Jr. was returning from Montego Bay, Jamaica, with his mother — Ali's first wife, Khalilah — on Feb. 7 when immigration officers at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport held him, said Chris Mancini, a former federal prosecutor and a friend of the family.

Like his father, Ali Jr. is Muslim.

Khalilah showed officers a picture of herself with her ex-husband, who died June 3, and she was not detained, Mancini said. But Ali Jr. had no such photo.

"It is a very interesting twist in history," Mancini told NBC News. "His father fought for his religious rights, and now that [Donald] Trump is president, he has to fight."

The lawyer said that both Ali Jr. and his mother were asked whether they were Muslims.

"This whole thing was triggered by his beliefs, the CBP is profiling," Mancini said, referring to U.S. Customs and Border Protection. "He was only released about two hours later. This is a U.S. citizen, born in Philadelphia. They have no right to inquire into his religion. This is outrageous; what's going on in this country?"

He continued: "I don't know what is going on with Mr. Trump's claim that his ban is not religion-based. We do not discriminate in this country based on religion."

A CBP spokesman declined comment on the case.

"Due to the restrictions of the Privacy Act, U.S. Customs and Border Protection cannot discuss individual travelers," the spokesman said. "However, all international travelers arriving in the U.S. are subject to CBP inspection."

Ali Jr., who is 44, has no criminal record and carries a U.S. passport, Mancini said. He recently moved to Deerfield Beach, Florida, to live with his mother. Last year, Ali Jr. received a large share of his father's multimillion-dollar fortune.

Khalilah Ali married the boxer, then named Cassius Clay, in 1967 at the age of 17. They divorced 10 years later. She had traveled to Jamaica to give a speech about black history.

Mancini claimed the detention showed that the travel ban initially instituted by the Trump administration affecting people from seven Muslim-majority nations and halted by the courts is nevertheless being enforced.

Mancini, the former prosecutor, said immigration officers asked Ali Jr. for his full name, date of birth and religion. They held him for 30 minutes, then separated him from his mother and took him to a small room. An officer returned a half-hour later and again asked him his religion, Mancini said. He was held for about one more hour before being released.

"This is an instance where the ban has been enforced even though it has been thrown out," Mancini said. "The government is still trying to find grounds to keep Muslims out."

By happenstance, the late Muhammad Ali came up during Trump's weekly address released Saturday to the American people. The president spoke about his visit this week to the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C.

"There's a great quote by Muhammed Ali in the museum," Trump said. "'I shook up the world,' [Ali] said, and that is what he did."

Trump then named a number of civil rights leaders who, like Ali, also "shook up the world" and "inspired our nation to march towards justice and freedom for all." 

Moonlight writer-director shares secrets from the most suspenseful scene

From: Entertainment Weekly
The Tarell Alvin McCraney play that serves as the basis for Moonlight ends before the main character is ever able to meet up with the man that has played such a large role in his formation. When writer-director Barry Jenkins, who’s nominated for Best Adapted Screenplay, reapproached the material as a film, he wanted to give the center of the film that one last encounter.

The sequence plays out much more slowly than the rest of the film, Black (Trevante Rhodes), the oldest version of the main character Chiron, travels to Miami to meet up with his childhood friend-turned-one-time-lover, Kevin, at a diner. The two have a few short, tense exchanges, before Kevin plays the song that reminded him of Chiron and spurred a late-night phone call.

Here, Jenkins explain his incorporation of the song “Hello Stranger” by Barbara Lewis into the fabric of his screenplay and how he created dialogue out of exchanged glances. 


The idea for me was to place the characters in a scenario where there was no room for evasion. I wanted them, in very simple terms, to have to look at one another in the eye, more for Chiron’s benefit and engagement than for Kevin’s. It was wonderful to have a situation where we could see what time had done to these two people, to see how the world had reshaped them. It was about trying to find the simplest setting for that.


Some things come to you intellectually, and some things come to you emotionally and just spontaneously. This is one of those things that just lodged into my head. That was more a feeling than an intellectual point on a character’s story arch. It just felt like everything was building to this halo of space that was going to be created by the wonder of the song.


Everything slows down. And Kevin, he’s busy. He’s working. He’s up, he’s down, he’s up, he’s down. Finally, at the end, there’s no one else, and he sits down. He’s just there, and it’s clear that he’s not going to get up again. Of all the circular conversations they’ve been having, now it’s almost like something is going down a drain. There’s a spiral, but the circumference is getting smaller and smaller. Now it’s right there in front of them, and it’s about that song.


I was sitting in a bar in San Francisco called The Make Out Room, and there was this soul night, where the DJs would spin what they called “slow soul.” It was only vinyl 45s, and this guy, this hipster San Francisco dude put on this record. I don’t know what I was going through at the time. Maybe I was going through a breakup or something, but it just knocked me down. Later when I was writing, I’m basically sitting in a bar in Brussels, and I’m hearing this song in my head and typing the lyrics into the script, which I never do. It was one of those things, again, where it didn’t come to me intellectually. The song had wormed its way into my heart.


I just love that there’s all this talk these guys have been doing. It’s a circular conversation, but it’s not a big talk out. But there is: it’s with their eyes, because there is nowhere else to look. They have to sit right across from one another to look each other in the eye. I think nothing is more dangerous for this character of Chiron, for someone who truly knows him to look him in the eye and actually see Alex Hibbert, actually see Ashton Sanders. 


That’s the currency of what’s occurring in that moment. It was even the currency of that moment in the script. I hadn’t read it in at least a year, and when I pulled the pages, I was like, “Oh, s—. Yeah, that is kind of how I wrote it.”


I want the actors when they’re reading the script to understand why certain things are occurring and what my intentions are. [Things like “f— it”] are for the reader. The script is a blueprint, but I think because often times you don’t get to spend every second with the actors or the cinematographer or the sound person, so I like to put a little blood — I like to say — in the script. It can’t just all be brain. It’s got to be a little bit of blood.


I knew that we had to do something to help reorient the audience. It’s why the two longest shots are immediately at the beginning of the diner. Black pulls up, and we watch him put his shirt on. We watch him walk all the way over to the door. Then he walks in, and the camera’s drifting. We’re watching as he sits down and Andre takes the plate. Then finally, Andre walks over, and we cut right into Andre’s face. That’s intentional. It’s to  help me, knowing what the writer has done, the director is now going, “Ok, I have to help the audience understand that time is about to pass differently here.”


It’s interesting because even in this script, we have these door bells visually, but even those were written into the script. The whole sequence in the diner is meant to function as time outside time because this character is being shaped by society so much. Once we’re in this diner, society doesn’t exist. It’s just me and another human being. If you want to choose to not open, it’s a choice. It’s not the result of outside pressure. That was the guiding principle for the whole sequence, but it was meant to come to a head in this booth.



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