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!

Monday, December 9, 2013

Your Hunk of the Day: Andre Santana

Andre Santana by Thiago Martini



Published by
Colt Studio
Year Produced

Contents / Models
Gregg Spaulding (cover)
Mark Edward
Brian Dexter
John Corvello
   – and others

Colt Studios 1975-1979
In the second half of the 1970s Colt Studios branched out into calendars for the first time. It continued publishing magazines, photo sets, and films.

Hot Ass Monday | Averic in the shower

"Windchill is currently -24 degrees.

Calls for long luxurious showers.

Averic is happy to demonstrate…" -- Marlen Boro

Manpower! #5 - 1972


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Colt Studio
Year Produced


Caption This!

From:  Queer Click
 Check out the winning caption for October 19th  after the jump:


From:  The Backlot
Flesh + Blood

Brutal, dirty take on medieval times, which is not surprising considering it comes from Paul Verhoeven. Rutger Hauer and Jennifer Jason Leigh star, along with Aussie hunk Tom Burlinson, and the always invaluable Susan Tyrell.

Caption This!

From:  Queer Click
 Check out the winning caption for November 25th after the jump:


Matthieu Riffi
From:  The Backlot

California Scene - April 1971

Favorite Unconventional Hunk for today: December 9, 2007

From:  Favorite Hunks & Other Things
 I remember awhile ago watching a cute blonde on Saturday Night Live. Finally saw his name was Jay Mohr. Everyone once in awhile the skit would require him to be shirtless which was a bonus. SNL never chose to make him a featured player, so Jay moved on to movies where he has done well. Jay is not your conventional hunk, but is one of my favorites just the same.

 Jay Ferguson Cox Mohr (born Jon Ferguson Mohr; August 23, 1970) is an American actor, stand up comedian, and radio host. He is known for his role as Professor Rick Payne in the TV series Ghost Whisperer, the title role in the CBS sitcom Gary Unmarried, which ran from 2008 to 2010, as a featured player for two seasons on the long running sketch comedy show Saturday Night Live, and the back-stabbing sports agent Bob Sugar in Jerry Maguire. As of January 2, 2013, Mohr is the host of Jay Mohr Sports, a daily midday sports radio talk show on Fox Sports Radio.

 Mohr was born in Verona, New Jersey. His mother, Jean (née Ferguson), is a nurse, and his father, Jon Wood Mohr, is a marketing executive. He has two sisters, Julia and Virginia. He is of Scottish and German ancestry. Mohr was raised Presbyterian, but he converted to Roman Catholicism.

 Mohr appeared as a featured player for the 1993-94 and 1994-95 seasons of Saturday Night Live. His 2004 memoir, Gasping for Airtime: Two Years in the Trenches of Saturday Night Live, details this tumultuous period of his life, including his battle with chronic panic attacks. Though his potential was appreciated by SNL creator/producer Lorne Michaels, Mohr was impatient with his progression to full cast member, and left the show on bad terms. He has since reconciled with Michaels.
Mohr had a recurring role in the first season of The Jeff Foxworthy Show as Jeff Foxworthy's brother, Wayne. Mohr's first major film role was in 1996 when he played the conniving Bob Sugar, a sleazy sports agent in Jerry Maguire, followed in 1997 by a starring role in Picture Perfect. In 1999, Mohr starred in the television series Action, in which he played sleazy film producer Peter Dragon. He was also the voice-over artist for Fox Sports Net's Beyond the Glory. Mohr has also appeared in movies such as Suicide Kings, Are We There Yet?, Small Soldiers, Go, Pay It Forward, and The Groomsmen. Mohr was offered a late night talk show job by Michael Eisner but he declined. Mohr managed to convince Eisner to let him host a talk show on ESPN entitled Mohr Sports which ran briefly in 2001 before being cancelled. The talk show job Mohr passed was then offered to Jimmy Kimmel and became Jimmy Kimmel Live!.

 In 2003 and 2004, Mohr created, hosted, and was executive producer of NBC's Last Comic Standing reality television program. The show aired for three seasons, but was cancelled near the end of the third season due to poor ratings, only to be renewed later. Mohr was very vocal toward NBC concerning its cancellation and did not return for the show's fourth season in 2006. Mohr was replaced with new host Anthony Clark, but he is credited as a consultant. On the season finale of Last Comic Standing 4, Jay performed as a guest comedian. He had a recurring role on the TV series Ghost Whisperer, which had developed into a regular role. Mohr also appeared in an episode of the hit sitcom Scrubs - "My Own Private Practice Guy" in 2003 and in an episode of The West Wing in 2004. Parts of Mohr's stand up was featured in Comedy Central's animated series Shorties Watchin' Shorties.
Mohr starred as newly divorced dad Gary Brooks for two seasons on the CBS sitcom Gary Unmarried. Paula Marshall played his ex-wife. In January 2010 he took the role as Billy in Clint Eastwood's thriller film Hereafter. He also guest-starred on NBC's Outlaw in 2010.

Mohr has contributed frequently to The Jim Rome Show and often guest-hosts the program. His nickname on the show is "Slam Man", and, more recently, the derisive "Weigh More" and "Ham Man," "Salami Man" and—when feeling particularly fancy -- "Prosciutto Man." Mohr finished in 7th place in the 2007 Smack-Off, 6th place in the 2008 Smack-Off, 10th place in the 2009 Smack-Off, 6th place in the 2010 Smack-Off, and 6th place in the 2011 Smack-Off. Jay is also known to do "drive-by" call-in's to the show to usually promote one of his stand-up shows or live events.
On January 2, 2013, Mohr replaced Rome on Fox Sports Radio, as he hosts a daily talk show titled Jay Mohr Sports in Rome's longtime 12-3 p.m. (ET) timeslot, as Rome moved his show from Premiere Networks (the distributor of Fox Sports Radio) to CBS Sports Radio. The show can be heard on FOXSportsRadio.com, iHeartRadio, the FOX Sports app or your local station.

 Mohr hosts his own podcast entitled Mohr Stories. The podcast was hosted on the SModcast Network, often taped in his garage, which he has dubbed Fake Mustache Studios. On May 4, 2012, Mohr announced his amicable departure from the SModcast network. He has since begun hosting Mohr Stories on his own network, Fake Mustache Studios.

In June 2004, Mohr's first book, Gasping for Airtime: Two Years in the Trenches of Saturday Night Live, was published by Hyperion and chronicled his two years working on Saturday Night Live. In May 2010, publisher Simon & Schuster released Mohr's second book, No Wonder My Parents Drank: Tales from a Stand-Up Dad. He has also hosted the 2010 and 2011 NHL Awards.

 Mohr has been sober since 1996.
He has a son, Jackson, from his six-year marriage with former model Nicole Chamberlain. He married actress Nikki Cox on December 29, 2006. In December 2008, he filed legal papers requesting a legal name change to Jay Ferguson Cox Mohr, adding the surname of his wife.  Mohr and Cox's son, Meredith Daniel Mohr, was born on May 5, 2011.






Favorite Soap Hunk For December 9, 2007

From:  Favorite Hunks & Other Things
 As I have said before, I do not watch Daytime soaps, but did watch a bit when a kid. Mostly Another World, Texas and The Young and The Restless. But...I do follow my daytime hunks. Jon Hensley (Not to be confused as Google is, with John Hensley from Nip/Tuck, whom by the way gives me the creeps) has been on As The World Turns for many years. I have followed Jon through his young hunk shirtless years through his current look, still hot. Jon did it for me with his longer hair and scruffy look, he always seemed in pictures and clips to be sweating, just in from doing some farm chores. Anyway, you can see where my farm fantasy's went, but anyway, here is Jon Hensley. It was hard to find good pics of Jon. I had a few, including the fifth one down, which was used for promo for ATWT, but I remember seeing some pretty hot pics of this guy in magazines years ago. Wish I had saved more of my older magazines.

 Jon Hensley (born August 26, 1965 in Browns Mills, New Jersey) is an American actor, singer and songwriter, currently portraying Dr. Meade on The Bold and the Beautiful. He is best recognized for his portrayal of Holden Snyder on the CBS daytime soap opera As the World Turns, a role he held from 1985 until the series finale on September 17, 2010.

 Hensley's first television role was in 1985 on the daytime drama One Life to Live as Brody Price. That role was short-term, but led to Hensley being cast in the role for which he is best known, the role of rebellious farmhand Holden Snyder on As the World Turns.
Hensley started on the series in 1985, and became a popular player when the character of Holden and his "wrong side of the tracks" love affair with rich Lily Walsh (Martha Byrne) set the stage for much story in the 1980s and early 1990s.
Hensley ended his first stint in 1988. During his first break from the show, Hensley lived in London and studied at the 

 Shakespeare Academy of Music, Drama, and Art. 
Hensley returned to the series in 1990 and continued on until 1995. He returned again in 1997, where his character eventually resumed his relationship with Lily. The couple is considered to have reached "supercouple" status and are recognized as one of the serial's most recognized supercouples.
Outside of daytime, Hensley has starred in the USA Network television movie Wounded Heart, and made appearances on Beverly Hills, 90210, and Almost Perfect.

This is Jon in his classic farm look.
Glad I saved the magazine this came from!
 Hensley returned to daytime in May 2012 in the recurring role of Dr. Meade on the CBS daytime soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful.

Hensley dated several actresses in the daytime industry, including a relationship with actress Renee Props, who played his sister Ellie Snyder on "ATWT", Hunter Tylo, and Melissa Reeves.
He met costar Kelley Menighan, who played Emily Stewart, and the couple were married on May 25, 1996. They have three children, a daughter Sophie May Hensley (born December 23, 1998), a son Spencer James Hensley (born January 31, 2002) and another daughter Georgia "Gigi" Grace Hensley (born June 28, 2007).


Hensley's 1997 return to "ATWT" was in part the result of a bidding war for his services; the show All My Children was interested in him coming aboard as Jake Martin.
He is well known for being an avid golfer.

Favorite Pic of the Day: November 9, 2007

From:  Favorite Hunks & Other Things

Beating Off Together: 150 Gayest Songs EVER

From: Boy Culture
"Over the Rainbow"
 Judy Garland,
"Over the Rainbow" (often referred to as "Somewhere Over the Rainbow") is a classic Academy Award-winning ballad, with music by Harold Arlen and lyrics by E.Y. Harburg. It was written for the 1939 movie The Wizard of Oz, and was sung by actress Judy Garland in her starring role as Dorothy Gale. Over time, it would become Garland's signature song and, indeed, her theme.
About five minutes into the film, Dorothy sings the song after failing to get her preoccupied aunt and uncle to listen to her relate an unpleasant incident involving her dog, Toto, and the town spinster, Miss Gulch (Margaret Hamilton). Dorothy's Aunt Em tells her to "find yourself a place where you won't get into any trouble." This prompts Dorothy to walk off by herself. She muses to Toto, "'Some place where there isn't any trouble.' Do you suppose there is such a place, Toto? There must be. It's not a place you can get to by a boat, or a train. It's far, far away. Behind the moon, beyond the rain..." from which point she begins singing. This song was also used as an Audio Wakeup call in the STS-88 Space shuttle mission in Flight Day 4, which was dedicated to astronaut Robert D. Cabana from his daughter, Sara.

Favorite Brave Actor: December 9, 2007

Viggo Mortensen
From:  Favorite Hunks & Other Things

 Viggo Mortensen is a great looking man. Viggo is also an accomplished actor choosing movies and roles outside the norm. His role in Lord Of The Rings not withstanding, Viggo often takes on challenging characters, anti hero's, not shy about having an audience not like him. Viggo has never run from nudity, his past roles are filled with skin. Skin that is character driven, not just to tease and drive up box office. His frontal in The Indian Runner was something most Hollywood actors would shy away from.

 While Hollywood often uses new young actress's to fill movie screens by having them disrobe, rarely are guys made to do the same, Christopher Atkins being a rare exception. Recently movies such as Another Gay Movie, and the American Pie movies are showing more male flesh, but not a lot of frontal. Independent films tend to show more, but most known actors still shy away from showing the full monty. I can understand this, but I still respect Viggo for being a true actor, and his role in Eastern Promises is a brave one. Not many people would not only appear naked, but participate in a brutal fight while being so. Viggo does not appear to let his feelings get in the way of what is good for a role.

 Viggo Peter Mortensen, Jr. (Danish: [viɡ̊o ˈmɒːdnsn]; October 20, 1958) is an Danish American actor, poet, musician, photographer and painter. He made his film debut in Peter Weir's 1985 thriller Witness, and subsequently appeared in many notable films of the 1990s, including The Indian Runner (1991), Carlito's Way (1993), Crimson Tide (1995), Daylight (1996), The Portrait of a Lady (1996), G.I. Jane (1997), A Perfect Murder (1998), A Walk on the Moon (1999) and 28 Days (2000).
Mortensen's career rose to new heights in the early 2000s with his role as Aragorn in the epic film

trilogy The Lord of the Rings. In 2005, Mortensen won critical acclaim for David Cronenberg's crime thriller A History of Violence. Two years later, another Cronenberg film Eastern Promises (2007) earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor. A third teaming with Cronenberg in A Dangerous Method (2011) resulted in a Golden Globe Best Supporting Actor nomination. Other well-received films in recent years have included Appaloosa (2008) and the 2009 film adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's novel The Road.

 Aside from acting, his other artistic pursuits include fine arts, photography, poetry, and music. In 2002, he founded the Perceval Press to publish the works of little-known artists and authors. Mortensen is politically active. He campaigned for Dennis Kucinich in the 2008 United States presidential election, and later endorsed Barack Obama for President.

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