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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!
Wednesday, April 12, 2017
From: Boy Culture
Easily one of the most stunningly good-looking men to ever set foot in porn, Rocklin was versatile on film and built like an Olympic gymnast. He is immortal for his scene in Big Guns (1987), in which one guy teaches another how to please his girlfriend in the most hands-on of ways.
From: Cosmo UK
The iconic star of Pineapple Dance Studios gets fruity!
Louie Spence (born 6 April 1969) is an English dancer, choreographer and television personality, best known for the TV show Pineapple Dance Studios. He was a professional dancer in his youth, performing in West End musicals including Miss Saigon, Cats, and Closer to Heaven. Pineapple Dance Studios was sold around the world and airs on the US network Ovation since 28 September 2014.
From: Gay Pop Buzz
Authorities are looking for a suspect who allegedly raped a man in a college locker room at a Pasadena College. According to local KABC, the rape took place on Tuesday, April 4.
The incident occurred in the men’s locker room in the Aquatics Center on the college campus. Students seem to be very upset and concerned. Below is a video from KABC regarding the rape.
Per the local KABC report:
“The suspect is described as a man standing 5 feet 8 inches tall, weighing 170 pounds, between the age of 20 and 22. He has a shaved head with a mullet type of hairstyle in the back, a septum piercing and was last seen wearing a dark long-sleeved shirt with khaki pants.PCC superintendent and president, Rajen Vurdien, said the incident was “an affront to the values shared by PCC’s faculty, staff and students.“We are marshaling every resource at our disposal to ensure campus safety, provide a safe environment for our students, and bring the perpetrator to justice. Our hearts go out to the victim and his family and friends,” he said.The college also provided a list of safety tips and resources for students compiled by RAINN, the nation’s largest anti-sexual violence organization.”
This crime takes place at a time when wider attention is being paid to victims of sexual assault. A new documentary: The Voiceless, created by film maker Vanessa McNeal hopes to shine a light on an issue that is often not discussed.
Five men speak out about their experiences in the film. Some share they keep what happened to them secret for years. Others act out later in life. And still others become violent, joining gangs.
“We live in a society that continues to state that sexual violence can’t and won’t happen to men,” McNeal says.
John Warren Geils, Jr., known professionally as J. Geils and lead guitarist and founder of The J. Geils Band, was found dead in his home on Tuesday in Groton, Mass., the Groton Police Department confirmed. He was 71.
At approximately 4 p.m., police responded to a home Graniteville Road for a well-being check. Upon arrival, Geils was found unresponsive, and was pronounced dead at the scene.
The Groton Police Department is currently investigating, according to Chief Donald Palma. However, foul play is not suspected, and a preliminary investigation indicates that Geils died of natural causes.
Geils grew up listening to artists like Count Basie, Louis Armstrong, and Duke Ellington. He studied Miles Davis tunes on trumpet and drums and played trumpet at Northeastern University. He eventually became attracted to the folk scene in Boston, and left Northeastern to study at Worcester Polytechnic University, where the J. Geils Band was formed.
Geils recruited other band members “Magic Dick” Salwitz, Stephen Jo Bladd, Peter Wolf, and Seth Justman. The group originated as a R&B-influenced blues rock group in the 1970s, making an impression with songs including “Lookin’ for a Love,” “Cry One More Time,” “Must Of Got Lost,” and one of their biggest hits, “Give It To Me.”
As the 1980s dawned the group adopted a slightly more new wave rock sound. Their title song from their 11th album, “Love Stinks,” is familiar to younger audiences from its appearance on the soundtrack of “The Wedding Singer.” They reached their biggest success with “Freeze Frame,” which hit No. 1 on the Billboard charts for four weeks in 1983.
The album included the hit single “Centerfold,” which stayed at stayed at No. 1 for six weeks. Bands such as The Eagles, U2, Billy Joel, and ZZ Top all opened for the band while on tour. The band broke up in 1985, and Geils decided to focus on other pursuits.
In 1992, Geils returned to music, forming the band Bluestime with Magic Dick. He returned to his jazz roots with the release of his first solo album in 2005.
Dorothy Mengering, mother to late-night host David Letterman, has died. She was 95.
Mengering was well-known to her son’s audience, part of the bullpen of recurring characters who appeared often on his NBC show “Late Night” and his CBS “Late Show.” A spokesperson for Letterman confirmed her passing Tuesday night.
Making her first appearance on “Late Night” in 1986, she made frequent return visits leading up to Thanksgivings and Mother’s Days. She appeared often via satellite from Letterman’s home state of Indiana. She was an excellent pie-maker. One of her most popular recurring bits with her son was “Guess Mom’s Pies.”
She also was a “Late Show” correspondent at three Winter Olympics in 1994, 1998, and 2002. In 1996, Mengering published a cookbook with writer Jess Cagle, “Home Cookin’ With Dave’s Mom.”
Born July 18, 1921 in Linton, Ind. as Dorothy Hofert, she married Harry Letterman, David’s father, in 1942. She married her second husband Hans Mengering in 1983, 10 years after Harry Letterman’s death. Hans Mengering died in March, 2013.
In an interview with the New York Times in 1996 to promote the cookbook, Mengering spoke about her son’s sense of humor — and her own.
“Well, his dad had a good sense of humor, but I think he may get it from my dad,” Mengering said. “He drove Mother crazy sometimes, cracking jokes. I guess I’m more like she was. I kind of take things more seriously, although I’m much more laid-back than I used to be. Finally, I’ve learned it doesn’t matter if the chores don’t get done. The important things get done eventually.”
Christian College’s Entire Faculty Senate Resigns After Professor Denied Promotion For Supporting LGBT Rights
The Gordon College professors made the announcement last Wednesday
All seven members of the faculty Senate at Gordon College resigned last week in a show of solidarity with a professor who claims she was denied a promotion because she’d spoken out against the Christian school’s anti-LGBT views.
The demonstration is just the latest moment of tension between faculty and administration at the school in Wenham, Massachusetts, which forbids students, professors and staff from engaging in “homosexual practice” on or off campus.
In a complaint filed with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, assistant professor of sociology Margaret DeWeese-Boyd asserts that the college president refused to give her a promotion to full professor because she’s openly criticized the school’s ban on “homosexual practice” since 2013.
The educator writes that she has spoken against the stance at a faculty meeting, signed a petition opposing it, organized training related to LGBT rights and directly addressed college president D. Michael Lindsay about it.
According to the complaint, DeWeese-Boyd was denied her promotion in February, against the unanimous recommendation of the faculty Senate.
In response, the members of the Senate announced Wednesday that they would be resigning from their positions.
Without directly mentioning DeWeese-Boyd, the faculty members said they were walking out because of the president’s refusal to follow their recommendations for promotions.
“For the Senate to take such strong action to demonstrate their dissatisfaction with the way the president and provost are acting is very unusual,” DeWeese-Boyd’s lawyer Hillary Schwab told the Boston Globe. “It’s my understanding the faculty responded to the resignations with sustained applause.”
Rick Sweeney, a college spokesperson, said that Gordon’s provost, Janel Curry, addressed the resignations at the meeting.
“While this was a surprise, Dr. Curry offered a brief response at the meeting thanking them for their service [their work had concluded for the semester] and confirming that both she and the college leadership have a very different interpretation of the situation and that they should allow time to explore how to bridge the gap in perspectives,” Sweeney said in a statement.
Sweeney went on to say that the college has “strong and pointed disagreement” with the allegations made in the assistant professor’s complaint, but will not comment further because the school doesn’t discuss “personnel issues.”
|Gordon College president D. Michael Lindsay|
Gordon College stepped into the national spotlight in 2014 when its leaders asked President Obama for an exemption from a planned executive order banning discrimination in hiring on the basis of sexual orientation.
At the time, the administration argued the ban would “come at an unreasonable cost to the common good, national unity, and religious freedom.”
Many faculty, students and alumni denounced the request, circulating an online petition that garnered thousands of signatures.
Last year, the Christian college retaliated against Lauren Barthold, a philosophy professor, after she wrote a letter to the Salem News and was quoted in the Globe criticizing Lindsay’s request to Obama.
Barthold alleged that, after threatening to fire her, the college denied her right to apply for a promotion and removed her as the director of the gender studies program.
She later agreed to resign from her position.
From: Deep Dish
I've been an avid soap opera fan since I was a teenager, so I thought it would be fun to revisit some past and present daytime dramas. We're going to begin with Luke and Laura's wedding on ABC's General Hospital, which 30 million people tuned in to watch on November 17, 1981. It remains the highest-rated episode in American soap opera history. I'm also featuring 15 other episodes of the series from November 1981, which include Elizabeth Taylor's multi-episode arc as Helena Cassadine.
Ruby Anderson - Norma Connolly
Dr. Gail Baldwin - Susan Brown
Lee Baldwin - Peter Hansen
Scotty Baldwin - Kin Shriner
Jessie Brewer - Emily McLaughlin
Helena Cassadine - Elizabeth Taylor
Delfina - Nita Talbot
Dr. Noah Drake - Rick Springfield
Alice Grant - Lieux Dressler
Audrey Hardy - Rachel Ames
Dr. Steve Hardy - John Beradino
Tommy Hardy - Bradley Green
Tiffany Hill - Sharon Wyatt
Claudia Johnston - Bianca Ferguson
Slick Jones - Eddie Ryder
Joe Kelly - Douglas Sheehan
Rose Kelly - Loanne Bishop
Anne Logan - Susan Pratt
Charlie Lutz - Ken Smolka
Emma Lutz - Merrie Lynn Ross
Mike - David Mendenhall
Susan Moore - Gail Rae Carlson
Bryan Phillips - Todd Davis
Georgia Price - Lisa Figus
Dr. Alan Quartermaine - Stuart Damon
Edward Quartermaine - David Lewis
Lila Quartermaine - Anna Lee
Dr. Monica Quartermaine - Leslie Charleson
Capt. Burt Ramsey - Bob Hastings
Stacy Rawlins - Robin Eisenman
Dan Rooney - Frank Maxwell
Robert Scorpio - Tristan Rogers
Bobbie Spencer - Jacklyn Zeman
Laura Baldwin Spencer - Genie Francis
Luke Spencer - Anthony Geary
Dr. Zack Stewart - Steve Doubet
Amy Vining - Shell Kepler
Heather Webber - Robin Mattson
Dr. Lesley Webber - Denise Alexander
Dr. Rick Webber - Chris Robinson
Agnes Whitaker - Beth Peters
Whit Whitaker - Mark Underwood
Monday, November 2, 1981
Noah Drake and Bobbie Spencer share a romantic dinner. A drunk Lee Baldwin, who blames Luke and Laura for ruining his son Scotty's life, burns Laura's divorce decree.
Wednesday, November 4, 1981
Luke angrily confronts Lee and wants to know if he knows anything about Laura's missing divorce decree. Fearing she could lose custody of her son, Heather Webber breaks into her mother's house to search for a document that would help prove she is an unfit mother - but instead she finds a gun.
Thursday November 5, 1981
When Heather is stopped for speeding, the police discover that she has Alice's gun. A ballistic report later shows that the gun is the one that killed Diana Taylor, and Heather is held on suspicion of murder. Meanwhile, Laura's girlfriends throw her a surprise bridal shower.
Friday, November 6, 1981
Tiffany's friend Delfina arrives with designs for Laura's wedding dress. Lee finally admits to Luke that he burned the divorce decree, and he then accompanies Luke and Joe Kelly to Mexico to get a duplicate copy.
Tuesday, November 10, 1981
Special guest star Elizabeth Taylor makes her debut as Mikkos Cassadine's widow Helena, who invites all the prominent citizens of Port Charles to attend a reception she is giving. Luke believes that Scotty stole Laura's divorce decree, which is missing from a ransacked records office in Mexico.
Wednesday, November 11, 1981
Laura decides to get a quickie Mexican divorce, despite the risk that if Scotty contests it, the divorce could be ruled invalid - and she could be convicted of bigamy.
Thursday, November 12, 1981
Helena Cassadine tells Steve Hardy and others that she plans to announce a generous gift to General Hospital during her reception - but only if they are all in attendance.
Friday, November 13, 1981
Luke and Laura return from Mexico. Robert and Slick throw a wild bachelor party for Luke, whose Aunt Ruby pops out of a cake dressed as a chorus girl.
Monday, November 16, 1981
It's Luke and Laura's wedding day, and the guests begin arriving at the mayor's mansion for the nuptials.
Tuesday, November 17, 1981
Helena Cassadine secretly watches the wedding ceremony, and she later puts a curse on the newlyweds because she blames them for her husband's death. Scotty Baldwin catches Laura's bridal bouquet during the reception, and he and Luke get into a fight. Luke and Laura then leave on their honeymoon.
Wednesday, November 18, 1981
A bitter and vengeful Scotty, who blames Luke and Laura for ruining his life, admits to his parents that he broke into the Mexican courthouse and stole the divorce decree. Meanwhile, the newlyweds return to the Whitaker farm in Beecher's Corners for their honeymoon.
Thursday, November 19, 1981
Helena Cassadine says there will be no gift for General Hospital unless Luke attends a private meeting with her, so he interrupts his honeymoon to pay her a visit. Later at her reception, Helena presents the hospital with a check for $10 million dollars in the name of Mikkos Cassadine. Rick and Lesley like Tiffany's idea to turn the Cassadine yacht, the Titan, into a floating nightclub.
Friday, November 20, 1981
Scotty gets his beard shaved off and decides to return to Lee's law practice. He insists that he no longer wants to cause any trouble for Luke and Laura.
Tuesday, November 24, 1981
Down on the farm, Luke wears overalls without a shirt. Meanwhile, Susan makes a lunch date with Monica, who informs her that if Alan sues for a divorce, he would lose custody of Alan Jr. and possibly a lot of the Quartermaine fortune.
Thursday, November 26, 1981
Luke and Laura arrive home for Thanksgiving as the Hardys, the Quartermaines and the Webbers all host separate holiday gatherings. Meanwhile, Scotty secretly plays a cruel prank on Ruby Anderson and the Spencers.
Monday, November 30, 1981
Lee confronts Scotty about the cruel Thanksgiving Day prank, but Scotty insists that he had nothing to do with it. Scotty later apologizes to Luke for his behavior at the wedding reception. And Rick proposes to Lesley, who happily accepts.
Dennis “Demolition Man” Dunphy has a long history with Captain America, but was only recently revealed to be gay in a recent issue of Sam Wilson: Captain America. (We have to wonder if Marvel saw the irony in making a character named “D-Man” gay.)
After years of being seen as a joke, D-Man recently resurfaced as a more nuanced supporting character, one in a loving relationship with another man.
With both Captain America titles building to some big events in 2017, we expect Dunphy to have a prominent role.
From: Cosmo UK
Emmet J Scanlan
He played bad boy 'Brendan Brady' on Hollyoaks, and Emmett Scanlan doesn't disappoint in real life. Of his diet pre-photoshoot, he says, "I survive on a a diet of whisky and curries." Sounds healthy!
Emmett John Scanlan (born 31 January 1979) is an Irish actor from Dublin. He is best known for playing the villain Brendan Brady in Hollyoaks. He appeared in the BBC2 drama The Fall in 2013 and 2014 and hit man movie Breakdown in which he appears alongside Craig Fairbrass, James Cosmo, Bruce Payne, Olivia Grant and Tamer Hassan.
Scanlan has acted in BBC3's In The Flesh series 2, and Guardians of the Galaxy.
From: The Advocate
Plushy Toys/Stuffed Animals
You'll never look at your niece's collection of plushy animals the same way again. Some people get sexually aroused from plushy toys - this fetish is actually more common than you might think.
Labels: 19 Inspiring Trans People-Currently In Sports-You Should Know About, journalist, transgender
From: Cosmo UK
Played Ian Brenton on ITV's Echo Beach
Marcus Patrick aka Marcus Patric (born 17 August 1979 in Gosport, Hampshire) is an English actor.
From: Deep Dish
Speedbumps: Flooring It Through Hollywood
(with Henrietta Mantel)
An entertaining and inspiring autobiography of one of my favorite funny ladies, whose film and television credits include Young Frankenstein, Oh, God!, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Tootsie, Mr. Mom, After Hours, Fresno and Good & Evil.
“It was either going to be massive or it was going to be nothing,” said Queen’s Roger Taylor of Freddie Mercury’s iconic masterpiece, “Bohemian Rhapsody.”
And well, it turned out to be the former. Premier a cappella group Pentatonix tackles the song that inspired a thousand covers, and delivers a quite nice one, it turns out.