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, July 16, 2013

The 25 Greatest Game Shows Ever

From:  The Backlot
Match Game
While Gene Rayburn belittled contestants, Brett Somers and Charles Nelson Reilly gossiped and cackled for our amusement. Also: Fannie Flagg is awesome and probably wearing a poodle sweater over a collared shirt right now.

Monday July 15, 2013: Hunk of the Day

From:  Daily Hunks

The 24 Funnest Gay Ads Ever

From:  Buzz Feed

2010 recruitment ad for Muddy York, a 40-member gay rugby club that competes in the Toronto Rugby Union against predominantly straight teams.  Hilarious.

21 Biggest Dickheads in Sports: 2013 Edition

From:  OUT
Mike Kogan
When UFC fighter Nate Diaz landed in hot water because he called Bryan Caraway a “fag” on twitter, his manager Mike Kogan came to his defense in the lamest way possible. Kogan told MMA Junkie that “the word faggot, at least in Northern California, and where Nate is from, means bitch. It means you're a little punk. It has nothing to do with homosexuals at all.” Oh I see, well in that case, let it be clear that when I call Kogan a “fuckwit,” I’m using the standard definition.

Cheers, Queers

England's Gay Marriage Law To Become Legal After Lower House Approval
From: HuffPost
Gay marriage is to become legal in England and Wales after the lower house of the British parliament approved the final changes on Tuesday to a law that had Prime Minister David Cameron's backing but split his ruling Conservative party.

The law had the support of both Labour and the Liberal Democrats, Britain's two other main political parties, but damaged Cameron's standing within his own party with many of his own lawmakers criticising him for being too liberal.

His own MPs had previously twice voted against it.

After a two-hour debate, the House of Commons passed the bill, meaning it now only needs to be approved by Queen Elizabeth, a formality.

"The title of this bill might be 'Marriage', but its fabric is about freedom and respect," said Culture Secretary Maria Miller, adding that traditionalists should not feel their concept of marriage had been undermined.

"Freedom to marry regardless of sexuality or gender, but also freedom to believe that marriage should be of one man and one woman, and not be marginalised," she said.

The prime minister personally endorsed the bill to try to show his party was progressive, but that upset some Conservatives who said their Christian beliefs led them to oppose marriage other than between a man and a woman.

Gay couples may already obtain "civil partnerships", conferring the same legal rights as marriage, but campaigners say the distinction gives the impression that society considers gay relationships inferior. (Reporting by William James; Editing by Andrew Osborn and Robin Pomeroy)

The 15 Sexiest Moustaches

From:  OUT

Johnny Depp has been representing for mustached men for quite a while. Time to take home the crown?

The 14 Hottest Soccer Players Competing In The FIFA Confederations Cup

From: Queerty
Sebastian Giovinco 
Country: Italy
Position: Forward
Team: Juventus FC (ITA))

Briefs Guy

Ricardo Baldin

The 12 Hunks Of Wimbledon You Should Get To Know

From:  Queerty
Baby Fed
Name: Grigor Dimitrov
Seed: 29
Playing Notes: This player is often compared to Roger Federer because of his love of ground strokes; but he prefers a hard court.

The 10 Most Underrated Songs By Gay Superstars

From:  The Backlot
Boy George
It’s easy to forget that Boy George has had a surprising amount of incarnations (Remember in the mid ’90s when he made a bunch of Hootie & The Blowfish-style material like “Funtime”?), but more ashamedly, it’s easy to forget “Sold,” the titular track from his 1987 solo debut. In the UK and Italy it made a splash, but in the states we appreciated very little of Boy George’s solo work, including this cynical, yet celebratory jam.


10 Lessons Learned From 60s-Era Gay Skin Mags

From: OUT
(One of the members of Crew.)
With momentum for ENDA/Freedom to Work growing, let's not forget past battles over employment discrimination.

In 1956, one year before Army astronomer Frank Kameny turned his gay-related firing into national news, a man named Bruce Scott was dismissed from the Labor Department on suspicion of being homosexual born from a "loitering" arrest and "undisclosed information that you are homosexual."

A few years later, Scott reapplied for his old job and was rejected because of the whole gay thing. With his eyes opened to discrimination, and with Kameny and the Mattachine Society as guides, Scott filed a lawsuit against the Department of Labor and in 1965, the U.S. Court of Appeals overturned his rejection. Still, the Civil Service Commission refused to employ Scott. So, he sued again. And again he won. That decision ordered the government to restore "[the] appellant to the status of one eligible to be considered for federal employment." Not only could the government not prove Scott was gay, a key part of their hateful argument, but the Court said, "Federal applicants for employment do not, wholly apart from Fifth Amendment concerns, forfeit all rights of privacy accorded to persons generally by the First Amendment..." This was the first time a gay man had won such a suit.

It wasn't until 1998 that President Clinton signed an executive order protecting gay and lesbian federal employees from on-the-job discrimination, and it took another 12 years before President Obama extended that order to transgender federal employees. There are still no protections for civilian employees.

I know all of this because it's discussed at length in a 1965 edition of Tiger magazine. Looking into it even further, I was reminded by Federal Globe, a site about Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Employees of the Federal Government, that on June 30, 1865, before Scott v. Macy and Frank Kameny, Secretary of the Interior James Harla fired Walt Whitman from the New York as a Clerk in the Indian Office because of homo imagery in Whitman's 1855 collection Leaves of Grass. The gay imagery in those poems would be used against Whitman's ghost 100 years later, during a debate over the name of a Delaware River bridge.

This is the rabbit hole 60s-era porn led me down?!

The 10 Hottest Men Delivering The News

From: Queerty
Dan Kloeffler
The ABC news anchor was inspired to come out after Zachary Quinto did. He makes geeky look sexy.

Your Hunk of the Day: Victor

Victor for ES Collection via Stunning Men Who Grace This Earth

2(x)ist Tuesday

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