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, May 4, 2014


From: Manhunt Daily

Your Nightly Briefing

The 35 Most Homoerotic One Direction Moments

From: Queerty
 These guys really don’t mind getting close.



Academy Award for Best Picture

Tom Jones
Release date
September 29,  1963 
Albert Finney
Susannah York
Hugh Griffith
Edith Evans
Diane Cilento
Joyce Redman
Tom Jones is a 1963 British adventure comedy film, an adaptation of Henry Fielding's classic novel The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling (1749), starring Albert Finney as the titular hero. It was one of the most critically acclaimed and popular comedies of its time, winning four Academy Awards, including Best Picture. The film was directed by Tony Richardson and the screenplay was adapted by playwright John Osborne. The film is notable for its unusual comic style: the opening sequence is performed in the style of a silent film, and characters sometimes break the fourth wall, often by looking directly into the camera and addressing the audience, and going so far as to have the character of Tom Jones suddenly appearing to notice the camera and covering the lens with his hat.

34 Reasons It’s A True Tragedy We Should Have Know Tom Daley Was Gay

From: Buzz Feed
33. Also because he’s smart and goes to school and would probably
rationally choose to spend his life with a man if he wasn't straight anyway.

33 Amazingly Useful Websites You Never Knew Existed

From: Buzz Feed
Strip Creator
Easily make your own online comic strips. Warning: very addictive. Try it out here.

Classic Television - Prime Time

Masterpiece Theatre
Original channel
Original run
January 10, 1971 – present
Presented by
Alistair Cooke (1971–1992)
Russell Baker (1992–2004)

Masterpiece (formerly known as Masterpiece Theatre) is a drama anthology television series produced by WGBH Boston. It premiered on Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) on January 10, 1971, making it America's longest-running weekly prime time drama series. The series has presented numerous acclaimed British productions. Many of these are produced by the BBC, but the line-up has also included programs shown on the commercial services ITV and Channel 4.

2013 Hot 100

From: The Backlot

BORN: June 15, 1973 (age 39), Albuquerque, NM
HEIGHT: 6′ 0″ (1.83 m)
PARTNER: David Burtka (spouse)

Our gay man of the decade (for the oughts) is on track to take the crown again in 2020. He scored yet more raves just this month for his fourth time hosting The Tony Awards. The words, “dashing” and “magical” are often used to describe him and yet they never quite seem to do him justice.


Political Thoughts: Skip if politics bore you

May 4, 2008
From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
OK, some might argue a blog about my Favorite Hunks is no place for a political post. But...I do say this blog is about Favorite Hunks and other things and one of my current favorite things is watching the democratic primaries. So if your into reading about politics, or if you feel if you know my thoughts you might not be able to enjoy my blog, skip on to the penis’s. If you think you can handle my boring analysis, read on.

 I know that there are gay republicans, but I can not help thinking most are Democrats. I welcome the views of republicans, but I am certainly a full fledged Democrat. I also have fairly deep moral groundings, and usually see things somewhere in the middle, but when push comes to shove I believe in human rights and doing all we can to help those who need it. Bleeding Heart I have been called many times, and I am proud of it. I would rather a heart which bleeds than one that closes itself off to the plight of others. When I say I am often in the middle on issues I can give you a good example. Deep down I somehow cannot get beyond abortion being somehow wrong. But, at the same time I am smart enough to know that this world is getting over populated and there are many painful reasons that women must make this choice. So when it comes down to it I am full fledged pro choice as despite my deep down feelings I ultimately would fight hard for a woman’s right to choose.

I give you the above ramble only to clarify that I loath George Bush and all he stands for. His presentation, his stances, his lies and his ego driven decision making. I do however have a soft spot for Laura Bush, although her daughters are quite annoying.

 I do very much like BOTH Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. For different reasons. I started by being 100 percent behind Clinton, wavered a bit from time to time, but although I will be thrilled if Obama is our next president I am currently fully behind Mrs. Clinton. Let me tell you why. She is a flawed politician for sure. It would be hard to be around as long as she has been without the warts showing through loud and clear. She has history and ultimately even though I cringe sometimes when she gives speeches I believe she truly cares for individuals, and her history has a proven track record of trying to push change and help those who need it. She is a fighter, and I truly admire that and believe more than anyone she will fight to ensure Americans get what they need.

Again, I like Obama, I like him very much. But over the past several weeks I have grown to see a hypocrisy in his presentation that I cannot get beyond. The Reverend Wright mess was the icing on the cake. Let me be clear, I could care less about his relationship with Wright. I think Wright is getting a bad wrap. If you listen to his speeches in their entirety there is some great things in his message, beyond the sound bites. Of course some of his statements make me wild, but overall I have no problem with him or Obama having a long term close relationship with him.

What I do have a problem with is that Obama has run a champaign of being different than Clinton and McCain. Of not being or supporting regular politics and wanting to rise above them. The Wright issue confirmed what I have thought all alone, Obama is not above being a typical politician, instead what he is actually the BEST politician currently running. So good, it appears he is not even acting like one, yet to me he is a politician at his most smooth, his most caring, his most manipulative and his most smart. He outspeaks Clinton by a mile, yet at the same time partakes in the same things the other two do, bowling with workers, kissing babies. He gives it back to Clinton as much as she gives it to him, just smoother and with more flair. He gives it so smoothly she gets all the crap about being negative. To me he is equally or more negative, just with a smile.

Again, I do like him, but when someone says for months they are rising above typical politician type actions, yet when I watch I see him doing them all, just better, so much better in fact to many it looks like he is not even doing them. Sort of a ‘slight of hand’. I see this as a core dishonesty in his campaign which I cannot get past.

The Reverend Wright issue showing this at it’s most glaring best. Obama distanced himself from race throughout most of the campaign, attempting to not have it be an issue. Wonderful thought, if not a bit naive. Hillary grabbed on to being a woman candidate from the get go. Got to give her that. Never attempted to distance going for the female vote. Yet Obama did distance himself from his race until Wright forced him to address it. Despite his amazing speech on race, I some how find it a bit insulting that it did not get done until he was in the corner over the Wright issue. The fact that it came when he was in trouble to me takes away from its power, something many seem to ignore. I was happy with his first talk on Wright when he distanced himself from Wrights views, yet held tight to their relationship. Then when Wright went all over the airways Obama through his friend under the bus. Yes, he did. Wright said nothing the past two weeks he has not said before, except for calling Obama something he is, a politician. This more than anything seemed to piss Obama off, possibly because it is the one thing he fears people will begin to see. With his denouncing Wright last week, I saw the most typical political response of his. When the going gets tough, throw your friend of 20 years to the wolves. Again, Wright did not do anything new, he just did what he always did. The only difference was where Obama is.

And for the final time I will say that I do like Obama. (for some reason I feel the need to say it over and over...what is that about.) I wish all could see he is as much a politician as Hillary or John, in fact he is more of one. An old fashioned, smooth talking, charismatic, ego driven politician. Hillary and McCain have embraced their roles, I just wish Obama could. I mean we want our doctors to be doctors, why would we not want our politicians to be politicians. If he does not embrace it soon, he still may get the nomination, but he cannot win the white house.

25 Albums Every Gay Guy Should Hear

From: Next Magazine
Key tracks
"Strong Enough"
Believe is the twenty-second studio album by American singer-actress Cher, first released on October 22, 1998 by Wea Records and distributed in North America by Warner Bros. Records. Following the failure of her previous studio album It's a Man's World, her record company encouraged her to return to the studio to pursue a new musical direction. Recording took place over the summer at the Dreamhouse Studios in London and the Soundworks Studios in New York under the guidance of English producers Mark Taylor and Brian Rawling. The album was dedicated to her ex-husband Sonny Bono, who died earlier that year.

Believe represents a complete musical departure from her previous works, consisting of dance-pop and eurodance oriented styles, yet it includes a broader range of various musical genres such as techno, house, disco and Latin while its lyrical topics include freedom, individualism and relationships. The album features some of the new technology of the time, like the usage of Auto-tune, which would eventually become known as the "Cher effect". Upon release, the album received mixed reviews from music critics, who commended Cher's vocal performance, while others criticized the highly amount of vocoder and its overall production. It won one Grammy for "Best Dance Recording" from a total of three nominations.

Commercially, Believe proved to be extremely successful, peaking at number four on the Billboard 200 and was certified quadruple platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America for shipment of four million copies across the United States. The record reached the peak position in Canada, Germany, Austria, New Zealand, Denmark and Portugal and charted within' the top ten in United Kingdom, France, Spain and several other international territories. It was certified gold or platinum in then record-breaking 41 countries across the world and remains one of the best-selling albums of all time, having accumulated worldwide sales of 20 million copies.

Four singles were released from the album. The first, the "title track" became one of the biggest-selling single ever by topping the charts in a total of 23 countries with sales of 11 million copies worldwide. It was followed by "Strong Enough" which was another chart topping success. "All or Nothing" and "Dov'è l'amore" were released as the third and fourth singles respectively, both becoming moderately successful. In order to support Believe, Cher embarked on her sixth concert tour entitled the Do You Believe? Tour which became one of the highest grossing tour ever for a female artist at that time. Critics and scholars have noted the album's influence on popular music, especially how it helped bring dance music and Auto-tune into mainstream pop culture; they also noted the way in which Cher was able to re-invent herself and remain fresh and contemporary a midst the more teen pop-based music of the time.

Favorite Click of the Week!

From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
If you haven't popped by CASPERFAN recently, now is a great time. One of my favorite sites has been doing a tribute to actor Charlie Hunnam, and his beautiful hind end from his time on Queer As Folk through his current turn on Sons Of Anarchy. Check it out HERE:

May 5th is Yom HaZiKaron (יום הזיכרון)

Yom Hazikaron (Hebrew: יום הזיכרון‎, Day of Remembrance) (in full Yom Hazikaron l'Chalalei Ma'arachot Yisrael v'l'Nifgaei Peulot Ha'eivah Hebrew: יום הזיכרון לחללי מערכות ישראל ולנפגעי פעולות האיבה‎, lit. "Day of Remembrance for the Fallen Soldiers of Israel and Victims of Terrorism") is Israel's official Memorial Day. The national observance was enacted into law in 1963. While Yom Hazikaron has been traditionally dedicated to fallen soldiers, commemoration has now been extended to civilian victims of political violence, Palestinian political violence,  and terrorism in general.

Ends Of The World

Blast From The Past: Mel Gibson in TIM

 Mel Gibson in TIM
From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
 Despite the fact the bloom has long been off the Mel Gibson rose, I was still interested in catching a recent viewing of TIM on TCM. Regardless of what is now, what was then remains something wondrous to behold.

 I had never seen 1979's Tim and was interested after having read a reviews of the film. After a sucky week, watching Mel mow the lawn and tend to Piper Laurie's garden in his denim short shorts, not to mention his frolic on the beach in his blue speedo, made for a passable two hours to spend on a Friday night. Enjoying Mel as the hunky Tim drew me in, enjoying the always incredible Piper Laurie caused me to stay. Funny also to think both Margaret White, and her daughter Carrie, both bedded Mr. Gibson in their movie careers. Mama Margaret would not be happy!

Happy Birthday today May 4th

See more of the birthday boy, and Broadway favorite, HERE:


From: Manhunt Daily
Mexico, The Federal District, Mexico
Vivir la vida y disfrutarla!
Conocerte y después?...cualquier cosa puede pasar!

James McVey

Hot James from The Vamps
From: Attitude 
 Obviously, we love boy bands here at Attitude, but with Blue, One Direction and McFly to contend with, we seem to have overlooked The Vamps.

 For those that don’t already know, The Vamps have recently scored themselves a top two debut album – and have supported the likes of Taylor Swift, The Wanted and Little Mix on tour.

 Not only are they the newest boys in town, but they’re also pretty hot. We’re particularly taken with their lead guitarist, 20-year-old James McVey. *swoons*.

This is James.

Favorite Pic of the Day for May 4th

68th Tony Awards - Best Revival of a Musical

And the nominees are:

Hedwig and the Angry Inch

Les Misérables


68th Tony Awards - Best Revival of a Play

And the nominees are:

The Cripple of Inishmaan

The Glass Menagerie

A Raisin in the Sun

Twelfth Night

Selfie Sunday...

A little More Andy

May 4, 2008
From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
 For some reason the Pic of The Day for May 1st of Andy has gotten me the most emails I have gotten thus far since having the blog. I know Andy is a hottie, but I think it might be the ropes that attracted the most attention. Here are a few more of that series plus some more shots of Andy.

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