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, June 2, 2014

Looking to be plowed

Dish of the Day #1417: The Photography of Dan Skinner

This week I'm featuring the work of photographer Dan Skinner, who is also the author of Memorizing You and a brand new novel, The Price of Dick. For more of his groovy pics, check out his Tumblr, The Knob Goblin.

Every Monday through Friday a new Dish of the Day is featured. If you haven't yet voted in last week's Deep Dish Pool Party, choose your three favorite hunks in the sidebar poll here.

Hugo Bonneval's Balls Caught On Camera After Interview

From: EricDeman
 The guys at EricDeman website have acquired this rare and interesting video of a hot, sexy sportsman (Hugo Bonneval) who is being interviewed by a sports reporter. After the interview was over, the hot sportsman thought that the camera was turned off, but it actually continued recording everything.

 The sportsman is changing his shorts, and we can have a nice good view of his big balls and soft cock. Meanwhile, the reporter is completely oblivious about what’s going on (or just plain uninterested), which made the whole situation even more funny.

 Hugo Bonneval (born 19 November 1990) is a French rugby union player. He is the son of Eric Bonneval, another international French rugby player. His position is Fullback and he currently plays for Stade FranΓ§ais in the Top 14.

 On 9 February 2014, he made his debut for France in a 30-10 win against Italy in the 2014 Six Nations Championship.

5 Transgender Activists Who Blazed A Trail For The LGBT Community

From: NewNowNext
 In the past several years the trans community has achieved increased visibility and protections—with advocates like Laverne Cox, Janet Mock, Chaz Bono and Carmen Carrera raising awareness and changing perceptions. But the doors they walked through were pushed open by pioneers who faced an even less inviting environment.

In celebration of Pride month and Logo’s Trailblazers special on June 26, we present 5 transgender activists who blazed a trail for all of us.

Watch Logo’s Trailblazers Special, June 26 at 9 pm

Sylvia Rivera

Sylvia Rivera started her activism at the 1969 Stonewall riots and never stopped speaking out for the queer community, especially poor and minority trans people.

In 1970 Rivera marched in the original Christopher Street Liberation Day March and worked to get the New York City Gay Rights Bill passed. In the years that followed, she and Marsha P. Johnson co-founded Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries (STAR), fighting for the rights of this disenfranchised community.

Called the “conscience” of the LGBT community, Rivera was arrested countless times at demonstrations for political causes like Soul Force, the Irish Lesbian and Gay Organization, and the NYC Homeless Coalition, in addition to protests on behalf of transgender rights. She fought tireless to ensure that drag queens, trans men and women and other non-gender-conforming people wouldn’t be thrown under the bus by assimilationist gays looking for a quick fix.

In her later years, Rivera became an active in the the Metropolitan Community Church of New York, directing its food-service and trans-outreach programs. She received lifetime achievement awards from numerous groups and, in 2000, was invited to speak at World Pride in Rome. Even on her deathbed in 2002, Rivera fought for her community—meeting with members of the Empire State Pride Agenda to push for the inclusion of trans rights in the Sexual Orientation Non-Discrimination bill facing the New York State Legislature.

Her legacy continues with the Sylvia Rivera Law Project, which protects minority and low-income members of the trans community from discrimination and violence.

Soccer Player Michael Essien Latest Celebrity To Not Understand Social Media

From: Fleshbot
Instagram's nonsensical rules regarding not just nudity, but anything even remotely titillating, has forced World Cup soccer player Michael Essien to delete a seemingly innocuous photo he snapped while preparing for a game. Funny how he didn't notice the substantial outline of his cock when he went to post this thing.

According to Caught Offside ... 

Experienced midfielder Essien uploaded a photo of himself wearing nothing but a pair of Calvin Klein underpants to Instagram from a Hilton hotel this afternoon. The picture, which showed off his massive thighs, was accompanied by the message: ‘Some stretching before the game with my “grande ENDO”!!!’

There's definitely something grande in that photo, my friend. Maybe even venti. Sadly the photo was deleted from his account not long after with no explanation.

Pledge Week...

SERIOUSLY??? AFA: ’Don’t Accept Mail Using Harvey Milk Stamp’

The AFA (American Family Association), in its ongoing effort to promote general idiocy in the name of "traditional family morals" sent a message to it’s legions of deluded followers last week urging them not to receive any letter sent to them by the US Postal Service postmarked with the new Harvey Milk stamp.
AFA’s press release reads (printed verbatim) as follows:
With last week’s release of the Harvey Milk postage stamp by the United States Postal Service, AFA wants you to know the truth behind it.
The Harvey Milk stamp was a result of seven years of lobbying by a self-described drag queen (a biologi cal man with implanted breasts) and former transsexual prostitute Nicole Murray Ramirez of San Diego.
Honoring predator Harvey Milk on a U.S. postage stamp is disturbing to say the least. Harvey Milk was a very disreputable man and used his charm and power to prey on young boys with emotional problems and drug addiction. He is the last person we should be featuring on a stamp. 

Note:  In 2010, the AFA was designated an anti-gay hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center.

Male Nude Photography | Goatboy is an avid reader

"Had lunch with my good friend and collaborator Jesse today. It’s shitty weather here in Minnesota – but that helped brighten the day.

If you haven’t yet encountered BUTT Magazine, you should check it out – it’s available at the Walker Art Museum and similar modern art museums – online – who knows where else. But it’s awesome – publishes cool interviews – awesome unapologetic photography. It’s a goal of mine to someday have some of my shots included." -- Marlen Boro

5 Trailblazing LGBT Athletes Who Changed The Game

From: NewNowNext
 As we celebrate the historic accomplishments of Michael Sam, Jason Collins and other young out athletes, it’s important to remember those pioneering LGBT champions who came before them. In honor of Pride month and Logo’s Trailblazers special on June 26, we’re showcasing five such men and women.

For some of these athletes it wasn't possible to be out publicly while they were active in their sport, but their career successes and later LGBT advocacy make them important figures who blazed a trail in professional sports.

 David Kopay

Joe Namath might have made waves by cheekily wearing hosiery in a 1974 Hanes pantyhose commercial,, but the big bombshell came a year later when hunky former Redskins running back Dave Kopay came out in his bestselling autobiography—the first NFL player to ever do so.
I got very, very few hate mails.” Kopay, now 71, told Outsports. “Mostly the mail that poured in was amazingly supportive and telling their own stories. There were hundreds of letters forwarded to me.

But after he retired and sought work as a football coach, Kopay found himself effectively blacklisted from the sport. Instead, he became a successful Southern California businessman.

Kopay’s tale is the grandaddy of all professional-sports coming-out stories and he continues to make meaningful contributions: He is a board member of the Gay and Lesbian Athletics Foundation, has been a Gay Games ambassador and,  In 2007 he announced plans to leave a million-dollar endowment to his alma mater, the University of Washington, for the school’s LGBT Center.

An Exclusive Peek Inside The Estate of Leonard Fink

From: Gay Cities
In June 1993, the Estate of Leonard Fink donated a photographic collection to The Center in New York City through its executor, Steven E. Bing. The materials in the Fink Estate was willed to four AIDS related organizations who gave all of the rights to the photos to the Center Archive. Some of these were signed “Len Elliot,” which might have been a pseudonym of Fink’s. The collection consists of over 25,000 negatives and images capturing Greenwich Village and much of the spirit of the late 60s and 70s.

Some of the most well known images in the collection are Fink’s work at “The Piers” along the Hudson River. Fink documented over 25 years of gay life in New York City but his photography was never exhibited or published in his lifetime. He was self taught and used an old 35mm camera while working out of a homemade darkroom in his West 92nd Street apartment. Rich Wandel, an Archivist and Historian for The Center’s National History Archive is currently working on a book of Fink Images that will be released later this summer.

 Photography by Leonard Fink, Courtesy of The Center

Monday June 2, 2014: Hunk of the Day

From: Daily Hunks

Top 100 Hits Of The Ladies Of the 80′s

From: The Backlot
Self Control
Laura Branigan
The second of Laura’s three top ten hits on this list, it was a massive worldwide hit, hitting #1 in eight countries. In the U.S. it peaked at #4 in July 1984.

Stopping Traffic

30 Days of Pride, Celebrating the LGBT Voices of Broadway, Kicks Off June 1 - #PlaybillPride

Playbill.com begins its 30 Days of Pride initiative June 1, profiling the dynamic voices of the LGBT community and pioneers of the stage.
Broadway has always been at the crossroads of art and activism. This diverse thoroughfare of exceptional people and extraordinary stories has brought the defining issues of our time to the stage—leaving audiences, and the world, forever changed.
As Playbill embarks on its 130th year of chronicling the talent, the politics, the drama, the laughter, the tears, the music, and the dancing of this great industry, we want to celebrate the individuals of the LGBT community who have spent their lives enriching ours through art. Full story here!

Your Hunk of the Day: Steve Grand

Pride Month has kicked off, and what better way to celebrate than with Steve Grand as our Hunk of the Day? This handsome musician (and former model) really took off last summer with his YouTube release of his video, All-American Boy

Male Nude Photography | The Swan Sings

"I was perusing the Swan Song images again today – and this one jumped out at me (well, to be perfectly frank, there are a ton of stunning images from that day.

So here’s another image that is unapologetically real and very graphic. I think it’s stunning.

Just in case you’re completely clueless – yes, these are the last moments of that sexual liaison." -- Marlen Boro

The 21 Most Important Celebrity Bulges Of All Time

From: Buzz Feed
The Spider-Man (Andrew Garfield)

 Why it’s important
If the webs that shoot from these fingertips can save lives, imagine what the webs from this super bulge could do! Peter, park in here, please.
Bulge Rating
2 out of 5 Jon Hamms


From: Manhunt Daily
Neuquen, Confluencia Department, Argentina
la locura es un placer que solo un loco conoce
tratando de conocer gente buena onda, copada, creativa! para una amistad o lo que sea...gente varonil...si no tenes fotos de tu cara no te gastes en escribirme.salud!!
pd: gente poco inteligente o con dificultades para utilizar el lenguaje por favor no me escriban.
Neuquen, Confluence Department, Argentina
Madness is a pleasure that only a fool knows
trying to meet cool people, copada, creative! for a friend or whatever manly ... people ... if you got photos of your face you do not spend on escribirme.salud! 
pd: unintelligent or hard to use language people please do not write me.

Bradley by Marlen Boro

Classic Television - Prime Time

The Rookies
Original channel
Original run
September 11, 1972 – March 30, 1976
Georg Stanford Brown
Sam Melville
Michael Ontkean
Kate Jackson
Gerald S. O'Loughlin
The Rookies is an American crime drama series that aired on ABC from 1972 until 1976. It follows the exploits of three rookie police officers working in an unidentified city for the fictitious Southern California Police Department (SCPD).

The series began as an ABC Movie of the Week airing on March 7, 1972, which also served as the pilot for the series. The success of Joseph Wambaugh's book, The New Centurions, as well as NBC's ratings success with Adam-12, had sparked interest at the time in a more realistic depiction and storytelling of the typical uniformed police officer. Although various incidents during the late 1960s and early 1970s, particularly in California, had sparked controversy and negative feelings towards police officers in general, The Rookies tried to better humanize the character of a police officer and show the struggles that new, younger men and women (who were often Vietnam-era military veterans and/or college graduates) faced in their lives as law enforcement persons sworn to serve and protect the public. This 'new breed' of cop was a main theme, especially in the early years of the series.

The TV movie features five rookies newly arrived at a police academy in southern California: cadets Jared Whitman (Robert F. Lyons), Kevin Lassiter (Jeff Pomerantz), Mike Danko (Sam Melville), William "Willie" Gillis (Michael Ontkean), and Terry Webster (Georg Stanford Brown), all coming from different backgrounds including the military, college, and social work. The cadets' training sergeant was Eddie Ryker, played by Darren McGavin. (In the series, Sgt. Ryker had been recently promoted to lieutenant and was played by Gerald S. O'Loughlin.) The character of Jill Danko also appeared in the movie pilot, but was played by another actress, Jennifer Billingsley, and the part was recast for the series with Kate Jackson as Jill Danko, a registered nurse.


From: Manhunt Daily
Shawnee, Kansas, USA
Hey Guys
I joined using Manhunt Mobile, but I haven't filled this out yet.


From: Manhunt Daily
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Comfortable in my own skin in 'as is' condition. Content in the country in the warm seasons. Equally content being 'that' rowdy guy ruining a bar in the city.

Unapologetically partnered and polyamorous. Would not have it any other way: relationships exist beyond the 1:1. 

Not one to look, more to be found. Open to short term or something more on the regular scale of things preferable and chemistry pending. Clean shaven does nothing for me nor does piss poor attitudes. Chat is an ice breaker. I am a one-on-one 'have a beer' type all the way over chatting.

Just Because...

Public Transit Can Be Hot!

Belgrade, Serbia

From: tapthatguy

Men at Work...

Ruggers and Brothers :: Thom and Max Evans

 Thom Evans (born 2 April 1985 in Harare, Zimbabwe) is a former Scottish international rugby union player and model. He last played on the wing for Glasgow Warriors in the Magners League. His rugby career ended aged 24 on his 10th appearance for Scotland when he suffered a serious neck injury.

 Max Brian Evans (born 12 September 1983, Torquay, England) is a Scottish international rugby union rugby player. He plays at center and wing, and plays club rugby for Castres.

  They are the 20th set of brothers to play together for Scotland. They both are featured in the 2010 Dieux du Stade calendar and appeared in full-frontal nudity.

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