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, October 23, 2015

...Bob, Paul and Steve.

Nightwing x Robin



You Can Leave Your Hat On

Like I Am Flying

fabulous rump and legs! Perfect. My instant fav.

Beautiful Dad and Son Bonding

If only I could be his…

Pat Banya


Ravishing Rick Rude

Rockin' the Porn'stache

Naked in the garden

Semper fi :) hot mother of god why cant i fidn a guy like this?!?!?!!?

Saša Kovačević

Cowboy Pits

Staging a different kind of protest outside Trump Tower in NYC.

Gyuri by Sam Scott Schiavo

Chicago Blowjob

Suck That Cock

Adidias feeding

Ron Jeremy

Naked Frat Boy #6

Sexy Bear

Awww come on.Seriously…My brain box can’t take it!!

Leather Vest by Dan Skinner

Chubby Bear Cums


So much awesomeness in the pic

Loving this thick cock!

24 Real-Life Mermen That Will Make You Wet All Over

From: BuzzFeed

Classic Television - Prime Time

The New Andy Griffith Show
Original channel
Original run
January 8, 1971 – May 21, 1971
Andy Griffith
Lee Meriwether
Ann Morgan Guilbert
Lori Rutherford
Marty McCall
The New Andy Griffith Show was an American situation comedy broadcast in the United States on CBS in 1971 on Friday Night at 8:30 EST.

Actor Andy Griffith had left his first sitcom, The Andy Griffith Show, voluntarily after the 1967-68 season while it was still number one in the Nielsen ratings and despite a high-dollar offer from CBS to continue it, in order to pursue his other interests, singing and motion picture acting, and to prevent his being typecast solely as a rural Southern sheriff.
When he decided to return to network television two years later, in the fall of 1970, it was in Headmaster, a drama, in which he played the headmaster of an exclusive Californian private school. When that program very quickly sank in the ratings, Griffith replaced it immediately with this one, which was much closer in tone and content to his earlier, more successful role, and this program replaced Headmaster on the CBS Friday night schedule effective January 8, 1971.

This time the setting was a mid-sized North Carolina town called Greenwood (pop. 12,785, ten times the number of people that lived in Mayberry), with Griffith portraying Andy Sawyer, a returning hometown boy who instantly becomes the town's new Mayor pro tem.
Andy Sawyer was the model family man, always agreeable and understanding, spending lots of quality time with his children.
Lee Meriwether was cast as Andy's wife.
Marty McCall and Lori Rutherford were seen as Griffith's children, T.J. and Lori, and Ann Morgan Guilbert was Lee's sister Nora, a live-in relative. Nora was constantly complaining, neurotic, meddling and superstitious.
Rotund country comic Glen Ash was cast as town councilman Buff McKnight.

Despite a successful premiere, and its greater similarity to his earlier, successful role and series, The New Andy Griffith Show was little more successful than Headmaster had been. In fact, after 10 first-run episodes of The New Andy Griffith Show had been exhausted (the last first-run episode airing March 12, 1971, with repeats through May 21, 1971), CBS chose to rerun Headmaster during the summer instead.

31 Days of Halloween Men

Ends Of The World: 23 Hottest Butts EVER

From: Boy Culture

20 Reasons Matt Damon Got It Wrong About Openly Hollywood Stars

From: Queerty
Lily Tomlin


Lily Tomlin and Jodie Foster

Jodie Foster
We always knew they were, and both got around to being comfortable with sharing their sexual orientation the broader public in the time since Rupert. Foster directs Money Monster with George Clooney and Julia Roberts for 2016, Tomlin will be at the Oscars for stellar indy Grandma.

The 16 Hottest Shows On Broadway This Fall

From: NewNowNext
November 8 
Based on the childhood of actor-activist George Takei, Allegiance is a story of love and honor set during the internment of Japanese Americans in WWII. Takei stars in this passion project alongside Telly Leung and Lea Salonga.

15 Gay TV Shows That Bombed

From: NewNowNext
Seriously, Dude, I’m Gay 
This 120-minute special featured two straight guys trying to convince friends and relatives they were actually gay, in hopes of winning $50,000. GLAAD described the show as “an exercise in systematic humiliation,” with contestants calling the pretense “their worst nightmare.”

Fox axed Seriously before it even aired, though insiders say it was the failure of the similarly-themed reality program, Playing It Straight, that did it in.

13 Queer Hip-Hop Musicians You Need To Hear

Frank Ocean
As a member of Odd Future, Ocean’s coming out was seen as a groundbreaking triumph for a mainstream artist. And his stylish and honest solo music compliments his trailblazing persona.


From: Manhunt Daily
 I loved last week’s gif, and you guys did some good work with that. This week is a Sean Cody feature (those guys make for good gif-ing), starring Sean and Lane (you know, because we’re all on a first name basis over there at SC), with Sean desperately trying to… I don’t know. Fling his penis into the other room? You tell me:

 That’s not how I do it. But wtf do I know. Here’s my entry:

 Check out last weeks winning caption after the break:

Academy Award for Best Actress

Ingrid Bergman 
Anna Koreff / Anastasia

Ingrid Bergman (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈɪŋːrɪd ˈbærjman]; 29 August 1915 – 29 August 1982) was a Swedish actress who starred in a variety of European and American films. She won three Academy Awards, two Emmy Awards, four Golden Globe Awards and the Tony Award for Best Actress. She is best remembered for her roles as Ilsa Lund in Casablanca (1942), and as Alicia Huberman in Notorious (1946), an Alfred Hitchcock thriller starring Cary Grant.

Before becoming a star in American films, she had been a leading actress in Swedish films. Her first introduction to U.S. audiences came with her starring role in the English-language remake of Intermezzo (1939). Selznick started Bergman with a one-film role at her insistence (Intermezzo), then signed a four-film contract (also at her insistence) rather than a typical seven-year acting contract.

Selznick's financial problems meant that she was often loaned to the other studios. Apart from Casablanca, her performance from this period include Victor Fleming's remake of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1941), For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943), Gaslight (1944), and The Bells of St. Mary's (1945). Her last films for Selznick were Alfred Hitchcock's Spellbound (1945) and Notorious (1946). Her final film for Hitchcock was Under Capricorn (1949).

After a decade in American films, she starred in Roberto Rossellini's Stromboli (1950), following the revelation that she was having an extramarital affair with the director. The affair and then marriage with Rossellini created a scandal in the US that forced her to remain in Europe for several years, when she made a successful Hollywood return in Anastasia (1956), for which she won her second Academy Award. Many of her personal and film documents can be seen in the Wesleyan University Cinema Archives.

According to the St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture, Bergman quickly became "the ideal of American womanhood" and a contender for Hollywood's greatest leading actress. In the United States, she is considered to have brought a "Nordic freshness and vitality" to the screen, along with exceptional beauty and intelligence; her producer David O. Selznick once called her "the most completely conscientious actress" he had ever worked with. In 2007, the American Film Institute ranked Bergman the as the fourth-greatest female actress of classic American cinema.

Furry Friday

From: Bos Guy
This week’s Furry Friday was submitted by a longtime reader and fellow Twittah follower, @2Coh rkernVanceR.

Hot Bear by MASCULAR Studio

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