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!

Friday, June 20, 2014

25 Great Gay Moments In Music

From: Billboard

Rapper Lil B Goes "Gay

Hip-hop aficionados were left dumbfounded when heterosexual MC Lil B announced that his forthcoming album was to be called "I'm Gay." The Oakland rapper's announcement, made during his performance at the 2011 Coachella festival, came days after Hot 97 DJ Mr. Cee was controversially arrested for lewd conduct with another man. "No matter what you do, it doesn't matter," said Lil B. "We only have one life to live. Be happy. F*ck the hating, baby." After months of receiving death threats, Lil B stuck with the title -- although the album cover shows the title to be "I'm Gay (I'm Happy)." Diluted message or not, Lil B's stand for individuality is an admirable and a potentially groundbreaking move that is bringing the discussion gay issues into the largely homophobic world of hip-hop.-- Erika Ramirez

Classic Television - Prime Time

Original channel
Original run
September 15, 1972 – January 12, 1973
Robert Forster
Joan Blondell
Richard Jaeckel
Banyon is a detective series broadcast in the United States by NBC as part of its 1972-73 television schedule, though a standalone two-hour television movie was broadcast first in March 1971. The series was a Quinn Martin Production (in association with Warner Bros. Television), the first-ever show Martin made for the NBC network.

Banyon was a period drama set in the late 1930s in Los Angeles. It concerned the life of private investigator Miles C. Banyon (Robert Forster), a tough-but-honest detective who would accept essentially any case for US$20/day. Located in the same complex (the famed Bradbury Building) as Banyon's office was the secretarial school operated by Peggy Revere (Joan Blondell). By an agreement between Banyon and Revere, part of the training provided to these young women was a period serving as Banyon's secretary; this gave him the advantage of not having to provide a salary for a secretary but meant that he never had the same one long enough for her to become a truly knowledgeable or reliable assistant. Besides Revere, the other ongoing female character was Banyon's girlfriend, Abby Graham (Julie Gregg), a nightclub singer who was constantly trying to encourage him to "settle down" and marry her, but to no avail during the brief run of this series. Banyon's police acquaintance with the Los Angeles Police Department was the cynical Lieutenant Pete McNeil (Richard Jaeckel).

Banyon was unable to find an adequate audience and lost in the Nielsen ratings to American Broadcasting Company's Love, American Style and movies on CBS and was canceled midseason. Despite the show's short life, Quentin Tarantino liked Forster's performance as the title character so much that he hired him for the feature film Jackie Brown many years later.

It is one of the few Quinn Martin shows not owned currently by CBS/Republic Pictures; the series rights remain with Time Warner. It is also one of only two QM shows to bill a cast member above the title (the other is A Man Called Sloane, featuring Robert Conrad).

The 10 Most Beautiful Brazilian Male Models On Instagram

From: Queerty

This 29-year-old Ford model is probably best known as the face of underwear brand 2(x)ist — his likeness has been regularly associated with the brand since he appeared in its summer 2010 campaign. He has also appeared in print ads for Dolce & Gabbana, Louis Vuitton, Dsquared and D&G, and regularly walks in Jeffrey Fashion Cares, the annual New York fashion event that benefits the LGBT community.

“The Invisibles”: Vintage Photos Of Gay Couples From The Early 20th Century

From: NewNowNext

French filmmaker Sébastien Lifshitz first explored the hidden history of gay love in the 2012 documentary, Les Invisibles, which includes fascinating interviews with gay men and lesbians born between the two World Wars

Now, an accompanying photo book, The Invisibles: Vintage Portraits of Love and Pride, shares vintage photographs from the early twentieth century depicting various same-sex couples. “With each discovery I was stunned, for these images didn’t match the official history of homosexuality as it has been conveyed to us,” says Lifshitz. “Despite the many battles and certain victories that ensued, the homosexual remained a victim in the collective consciousness; a hidden man. Yet, these images, which I’ve found through the years, were telling another story—one about a homosexuality without inhibitions, gentle and playful.”

Of course, without corroboration from the subjects themselves, it’s impossible to know exactly the nature of their relationships. But, says Lifshitz, that in itself is part of his fascination with the images: “It’s interesting to see homosexuality in everyone’s lives in some way,” he says. “It wasn't an absolute taboo.

Dsquared2 Goes For Vintage Beefcake In New Underwear Campaign

From: NewNowNext
 Dsquared2 has reunited with photographer Steven Klein for a new underwear campaign featuring Ryan Bertoche, Travis Hanson and Rich Stinger in some layouts that wouldn't be out of place in a 1950s physique pictorial.

 We swore off briefs ages ago, but these shots have us reconsidering.


Will ~ Toronto, Ontario

From: Gay Bachelor 
 Well with writing something about yourself you try to find points in which made the most impacts in your life and why they helped make you who you are today…. So let me start with when I first moved to the city of Toronto 8 years ago as an “innocent young adult”. I suppose the story comes to be said pretty often but in many various versions that make up the adults we are today. I saw this place as the city where my dreams could come true, where I would feel welcomed by almost everyone and for the first time at that point felt completely safe with whom I was. As a younger male finding security in the city was rough especially with the responsibilities as an adult but that I feel helped mold my foundation to whom I am now. Although along the way I made some fun choices that led to trouble at times, but that’s what growing up is all about. I took in all that was around me and evaluated and started to prioritize where I wanted my lives direction to go towards. While doing all that I did live by the saying “Believe in the kindness of strangers” as everyone to me at that point was. I now from that have the closest friends to whom I do call my family. Life is what you make of the options that have presented themselves. Love is a deeper understanding of yourself and who you love, to find happiness in life you need to be open and honest to yourself and everyone around you.

 A little more in depth of who I am per say... I am an extrovert so I naturally enjoy meeting and socializing with people. I have recently started to actually enjoy a good novel to read to draw some inspiration for the writing I am currently doing. I enjoy the outdoors, travelling and adventures around in new places. I currently do work within a few different fields but my main focus is on the more artistic reaches of life. I am an Aries by the truest meaning, so I thrive off staying active so I try to make the gym on the regular as of late and doing something fun to even it out.

Through the years my “ideal man” has changed in character, I am looking for the Man not the Boy of my life. I want someone who has a good sense of character and a focus in life. Someone who is comfortable in his own skin and isn't afraid to show it. Communication is key so if I can’t carry a conversation with you things may go sour quickly… and by saying this I am not wanting someone who talks too much either because arrogance is different the confidence. Looks are important but personality will win a heart like mine.If you want you can find me on Twitter just follow @WillJHWilson.

To contact Will, click HERE.

Friday June 20, 2014 Hunk of the Day

From: Daily Hunks


Text by Danny Calvi
Rapper and BUTT calendar guy, Le1f,
points and shoots his Kodak single-use camera in NYC.
Who doesn't love a surprise? That’s exactly what you would've got if you had  bid on one the many disposable 35 mm cameras offered to benefit this year’s Mix NYC film festival as part of their Naked Eye Celebrity Camera Auction.

The twenty-four exposures in each undeveloped camera were shot by one of over one hundred and fifty VIPs, and each includes at least one self-portrait. The list of participants features many BUTT favorites, such as: Buck Angel, Seth Bogart, Justin Vivian Bond, Cody Critcheloe,Joe Gage, Colby Keller, Terence Koh, Marcelo Krasilcic, Le1f, Stephin Merritt, John Cameron Mitchell, Jack Pierson, Wakefield Poole, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, Eric Shanower, Jake Shears, Sebastian Silva, Allen Silver and Miguel Villalobos.

It’s waa once-in-a-lifetime chance for fans to get their paws on an original artwork or behind-the-scenes photo from a beloved artist.

“A Good Man” Will Break Your Heart

From: The Backlot
StoryCorps is a project of the Library of Congress dedicated to collecting the oral history of the nation. Some get set to animation, like A Good Man. This one is a real tearjerker.

Bryan Wilmoth and his seven younger siblings were raised in a strict, religious home. At StoryCorps, Bryan talks to his brother Mike about what it was like to reconnect years after their dad kicked him out for being gay.

Honestly, that undersells this video.

Flaming Saddles Has the Westboro Baptist Blues

From: The Backlot
Chris Barnes, the straight owner of Hell’s Kitchen gay bar sensation Flaming Saddles performs a rather awesome tribute to the Westboro Baptist Church, complete with the bar’s bartenders as backup dancers. The crowd certainly seems to love it.
WESTBORO BAPTIST BLUES from 750 Productions on Vimeo.


Vector - September 1975



Michael Delfino


8 Totally Gay Shirts To Wear To Pride

From: NewNowNext

“Life Goes By Too Quickly” Tee

This queer clothing company most famously partnered with fun. on the band’s “It’s All Fun. & Gay ‘Til Someone Loses Their Rights” shirt. But they’ve got a whole series of pro-LGBT tees. “Sometimes the acronym LGBTQ can feel cold and inhuman – even though it refers to all of us!” Revel and Riot says about this v-neck. “We wanted to create a message for which the acronym could stand. LIFE GOES BY TOO QUICKLY sums up our frustration, anger and our positivity in one phrase.

International Male in the Seventies

Ad from September 1979 Mandate 

The 100 Hottest Male Tennis Players of the Open Era

From: kenneth in the (212)

Pete Sampras

 I'm not a big fan of Pistol Pete, but he did have his moment ... like the moment these photos were taken.

Olllie & Erick by Marlen Boro

Ah Men Shop for Men in the Sixties

Spike Adams - February 1966 Tomorrow's Man

7 Wildly Sexy Soccer Players Who Model

From: The Underwear Expert
Ricardo Izecson dos Santos Leite (Portuguese pronunciation: [ʁiˈkaɾdu iˈzɛksõw duˈsɐ̃tus ˈlejt͡ʃi]; born 22 April 1982), commonly known as Kaká (Portuguese: [kaˈka]) or Ricardo Kaká is a Brazilian football attacking midfielder who currently plays for Italian Serie A club Milan and the Brazilian national team. Kaká started his footballing career at the age of eight, when he began playing for a local club. At the time, he also played tennis, and it was not until he moved on to São Paulo FC and signed his first professional contract with the club at the age of 15 that he chose to focus on football.

In 2003 he joined Milan for a fee of €8.5 million. While at Milan, Kaká won the Ballon d'Or and FIFA World Player of the Year awards in 2007. After his success with Milan, Kaká joined Real Madrid for a transfer fee of €65 million. At the time, this was the second highest transfer fee (in euros) ever, behind only the €75 million fee for Zinedine Zidane. After four seasons in Spain, he returned to Milan in 2013. He has been a Brazilian international player since 2002, and was selected for their victorious World Cup squad that year, as well as two more editions of the tournament.

In addition to his contributions on the pitch, Kaká is known for his humanitarian work. In 2004, by the time of his appointment, he became the youngest ambassador of the UN World Food Programme.[ Kaká was the first sportsperson to amass 10 million followers on Twitter.


From: The Gaily Grind


Favorite Pic of the Day for June 20, 2008

From:  Favorite Hunks & Other Things

Academy Award for Best Actor

James Stewart
Macaulay "Mike" Connor
The Philadelphia Story
James "Jimmy" Maitland Stewart (May 20, 1908 – July 2, 1997) was an American film and stage actor, known for his distinctive drawl voice and down-to-earth persona. Over the course of his career, he starred in many films widely considered classics. He was known for portraying the average American Middle Class man, with everyday life struggles.

Stewart was nominated for five Academy Awards, winning one in competition and receiving one Lifetime Achievement award. Stewart was named the third greatest male screen legend in cinema history by the American Film Institute. He was a major Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer contract star. He also had a noted military career and was a World War II and Vietnam War veteran, who rose to the rank of Brigadier General in the United States Air Force Reserve.

The actor Cary Grant said of Stewart's acting technique, "He had the ability to talk naturally. He knew that in conversations people do often interrupt one another and it's not always so easy to get a thought out. It took a little time for the sound men to get used to him, but he had an enormous impact. And then, some years later, Marlon came out and did the same thing all over again—but what people forget is that Jimmy did it first."
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