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!

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

‘Come From Away’ Is the Rousing 9/11 Musical You Could Not Have Predicted

From: Towleroad
 If you never thought you’d live to see the phrase “9/11 musical,” you’re not alone. Come From Away, which opened on Broadway Sunday night, has a lot to answer for. What kind of story about that day is best told through song and dance? Why would anyone pay money to relive a national tragedy set to Canadian folk music, of all things? The answers waiting inside the Schoenfeld Theatre may surprise you.

Alternately heartwarming and heartbreaking, Come From Away reminds us of the simple truth that tragedy sometimes brings out the best in people. It’s a story we don’t hear often enough, and, yes, one worth going on about in song — to the tunes of a fiddle, a pennywhistle, and some good old-fashioned guitar.

 The setting is Gander, Newfoundland — as residents declare in the rousing opening number, “Welcome to the Rock” — where 38 planes carrying nearly 7,000 passengers were immediately grounded that morning when American airspace shut down indefinitely. The arrival of “the plane people,” as the townsfolk affectionately call them, sparks the whole community of Gander into action. As their unlikely visitors are shuttled to schools and community centers, residents work tirelessly (and with good humor) to make sure they get enough to eat, have clean clothes to wear, and come to appreciate some local color.

Written by Irene Sankoff and David Hein, Come From Away is, of course, inspired by true events, and many of its characters are based on real people (the actors all play multiple roles). Their stories retrace the day’s many reverberations big and small, through the eyes of openhearted Newfoundlanders and stranded, anxious passengers, queuing up for landlines to reach loved ones all over the world, and finally watching the news to find out what the hell is going on.

 For Beverley (Jenn Colella, a standout), the first woman to make captain at American Airlines (a proud partner of the show), the attacks only strengthen her sense of duty, but forever change how she relates to her lifelong passion — the sky. For others, like Nick (Lee MacDougall) and Diane (Sharon Wheatley), the detour results in unlikely romance, while it drives a gay couple both named Kevin (Chad Kimball and Cesar Samoya) to question their priorities.

The musical’s greatest challenge also works to its advantage. It’s almost impossible to sit through Come From Away and not think back to where you were on 9/11 — it’s the kind of memory that only seems to grow sharper with distance. While this might be considered a distraction, the production benefits from the emotional context many in the audience bring to their seats. Director Christopher Ashley’s lean staging works in part because his subject matter is already so vivid in our collective imagination.

There is no footage of the towers, no recitation of facts we know all too well, and nary a detailed description of the scene on the ground in New York. This is all for the best. One of the more serious consequence the show addresses, aside from the obvious loss of life, is knee-jerk Islamophobia. Samoya doubles as Ali, a world-class chef who is strip-searched before reboarding his flight. While the scene doesn’t exactly add to the conversation, it’s fair to say that in their 100-minute show, Sankoff and Hein have many other stories to cover.

Strange though it may sound, Come From Away offers more to celebrate, in the end, than it does to mourn. If the generosity of spirit demonstrated by the people of Gander doesn’t make your heart do a fiddle solo, I don’t know what will.

Reach Out

From: Brent's Auto Wall

History's 125 Hottest Gay-Porn Stars:

From:  Boy Culture

Devyn Foster 

Compact top man of the '90s who could always be counted on to prepare the landing pad with his beautiful-lipped mouth. Had the ultimate Leo DiCaprio Titanic "swooped" hair, but I always envisioned him as a straight dirt bag who decided to do adult films, was given a shower, a tan and an expensive hair cut and turned abruptly into the sigh-worthy miniature Greek god we remember him as.

He’s Naked: ANTM’s 1st Male Winner, Model Keith Carlos

From: OMG

 TYYYYYYYYYRA-MAIL! Check out ANTM’s 1st male winner, model Keith Carlos doing a different type of modeling below! Get ready for some eggplant! These top model boys can’t be tamed!

Armie Hammer is into rope bondage, is unaware that all of Twitter can see his ‘likes’

From: OMG
 Hey! Nothing wrong with owning his kinks – BUT we’re not sure that actor Armie Hammer is aware that all his likes surrounding rope bondage on Twitter can be seen by EVERYONE! Check them out below!

NCAA Basketball Playoff Time!

From: Speed o Rex
 The Madness kicks off tonight and tomorrow night with the "First Four" round.  Don't miss it!   (Note that the Round of 64 follows right on its heels on Thursday and Friday.)

2017 NCAA Basketball Tournament - First Four

Tuesday, March 14
6:40 PM: Mount St. Mary's (19-15) vs. New Orleans (20-11), truTV
9:10 PM: Kansas State (20-13) vs. Wake Forest (19-13), truTV

Wednesday, March 15
6:40 PM: North Carolina Central (25-8) vs. UC-Davis (22-12), truTV
9:10 PM: USC (24-9) vs. Providence (20-12), truTV

... plus #32 Dean Wade of the Kansas State Wildcats at the ready.  Watch for him tonight.

The Bachelor, Nick Viall, Striped Down In Very First Episode

From: Fleshbot


This massive billboard isn't half as crazy 

as tonight's going to be! 

The wait is Finally OVER!! Who is EXCITED!!! #thebachelor

 STD swap meet, The Bachelor, just finished it's  5000th season, and everyone's got to know the new bachelor himself, Nick Viall. The 36-year-old man was looking for love in all the right places helped audiences get acquainted with his bod in the season premiere when he went for a shirtless run and even stripped down in the shower! Viall has a hot flat stomach and I wouldn't kick his face out of my asshole, but it looks like ABC put the breaks on the body hair which kind of takes the "prime" out of prime time. Especially that anemic pit hair. NERP.

nickviallHere we go!! #thebachelor

 Viall was a contestant in the 3400th season of The Bachelorette, but had to turn in his flower (or whatever the fuck happens on this show) to some former porn star. At the time he shocked audiences and went somewhat viral when he admitted to having sex in the Fantasy Suite, or whatever. Doesn't this reality show contestant understand that courtship and relationships are a private matter?! Jeeze. Anyway, Nick was back in the sticky saddle once again, and hopefully, this shirtless action is just a sign of things to come on the new season. Check out the shirtless stills from The Bachelor premiere episode in the gallery below!

Steak and Blowjob Day Is Apparently Upon Us!

From: Gay Pop Buzz
 Steak and Blowjob Day!

Didn’t you hear? Today is officially recognized as Steak and Blowjob Day! Seriously, no kidding. This “holiday” actually exists.

Yep, that’s right. Every March 14 has been set aside for this special occasion. So, you may be wondering WTF Steak and Blowjob Day is?

Well, we’re about to tell you because we don’t want you thinking we made this up.

Billed as the “Valentine’s Day for Men,” Steak and Blowjob Day takes place exactly 30 days after February 14.

The misogynistic thinking is that women have V-Day and because of this, men need to have their own holiday.

Thus, Steak and Blowjob was born. No cards, no flowers; the name explains it all: just a steak and a BJ. That’s it.

Are bro jobs included?
We’re very fond of BJ’s in all their different forms, particularly when draining out a dude that includes swallowing.

But the very thought of eating a steak and then going down on someone is kind of – well – gross!

On the flip side, do you really want to blow a man dry while hearing his stomach gurgling as it tries to process a chunk of red meat?

FYI: Apparently, straight guys came up with this dubious holiday as a kind of male version of having a special day just for them.

Never mind the fact there are tons of other ways of showing a man affection, including a simple male focused Valentine’s Day gift.

We can’t help but wonder if some of these same straight men will want bro-jobs on this very special occasion?

Hey, you never know!

Anyway, if you’d like to participate in this silly occasion but feel a little weird/guilty about it, maybe you will feel better knowing that apparently, it’s all for a good cause.

For any “Steak and Blowjob” merchandise you buy from the official website, a portion of the money will be donated to Coppafeel, a nonprofit group that encourages breast self-exams.

And yes – no joke- there is a charity called Coppafeel.

Happy Steak and Blow Job Day!

Song of the Day: 'Thinking of You' by Sister Sledge

From: kenneth in the (212)
 Sad to read about the too-soon death of Joni Sledge, whose sisterly group recorded two of the most memorable songs of the disco era in "He's the Greatest Dancer" and "We Are Family." But it was "Thinking of You" -- written by Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards -- that was their true masterpiece, so much so that the legendary Paul Weller even covered it 2004. Read more about Joni's passing HERE.

My love to all of Joni's friends and family at this difficult time -- the sisters just announced that the show will go on.

NCAA Basketball Day!

 The Madness begins today, the selections were made on  Sunday.  Hope your team made the cut!  

... plus ace shooting guard for the defending champion Villanova Wildcats, #10 Donte DiVincenzo.  Could his team be the first back-to-back champions in ten years?  We will see.
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