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!

Saturday, February 13, 2016

Classic Television - Prime Time

The Ken Berry 'Wow' Show
Original Run
March 21, 1972 - August 12, 1972
Original Network
Ken Berry

Free-form comedy/variety show starring singer/comedian Ken Barry, this 1972 summer replacement series also featured such soon-to-be-famous performers as Steve Martin, Terri Garr, and Cheryl Ladd as cast members. Off-beat sketch comedy was the order of the day on this short-lived but well-remembered series.

History's Hottest Movie Actors:

From:  Boy Culture
Hard work-out
Steve McQueen 
It's hard to pinpoint what's so sexy about Steve McQueen (maybe not so much if you're using the photo to the left as your guide) because he wasn't gorgeous. But his rugged handsomeness and his macho swagger call to mind whatever it was that James Dean had—he was so cool, he was hot. And let's not overlook the, uh, body on that one

Sexy Sampler
The Blob (1958), Never So Few (1959), The Magnificent Seven (1960), Hell Is for Heroes (1962), The Great Escape (1963), Love with the Proper Stranger (1963), The Cincinnati Kid (1965), Nevada Smith (1966), The Sand Pebbles (1966), The Thomas Crown Affair (1968), Bullitt (1968), The Reivers (1969), Le Mans (1971), Junior Bonner (1972), The Getaway (1972), Papillon (1973), The Towering Inferno (1974)

Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor

Kevin Kline 
Otto West
A Fish Called Wanda

Kevin Delaney Kline (born October 24, 1947) is an American film and stage actor, comedian, and singer. He has won an Academy Award and two Tony Awards, and is a 2003 American Theatre Hall of Fame inductee.

Kline began his career on stage in 1972 with The Acting Company. He went on to win two Tony Awards for his work in Broadway musicals, winning Best Featured Actor in a Musical for the 1978 original production of On the Twentieth Century and Best Actor in a Musical for the 1981 revival of The Pirates of Penzance.

He made his film debut the following year, opposite Meryl Streep in Sophie's Choice (1982). For his role in the 1988 comedy hit A Fish Called Wanda, he won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. In 2003, he starred as Falstaff in the Broadway production of Henry IV, for which he won the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actor in a Play.

He has been nominated for an Emmy Award, two BAFTA Awards and five Golden Globe Awards. His other films include The Big Chill (1983), Silverado (1985), Cry Freedom (1987), Dave (1993), The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996), The Ice Storm (1997), In & Out (1997), De-Lovely (2004) and My Old Lady (2014).

Vintage Black Men in Honor of Black History Month

Here Are 16 Celebs And Athletes Who Leaked And Shared Naked Pics In 2015

From: Gaily Grind
Justin Bieber’s Penis Is On The Internet After A Naked Swim In Bora Bora

While on vacation in Bora Bora, Justin Bieber decided to go for a naked swim, and as luck would have it, a paparazzo took photos of his birthday 

15 Best Albums Of 2015

From: NewNowNext
Justin Bieber

Say what you will about Justin Bieber, but Purpose is a sick album. Featuring collaborations with Skrillex, Diplo, Halsey and Big Sean, the album’s sound is very ~now~ and forward-thinking, as it combines Bieber’s signature smooth vocalizations with experimental electronics and beats.

The effect is something dance-y, but also something quiet and thoughtful that has a delicate momentum as it swerves through reflections on love, loss and fame.

Standout Tracks
“I’ll Show You,” “What Do You Mean?,” and “Sorry”

Will You Be Mine? ... 14 Days of Men to Steal Your Heart and Make You Hard!


From: Illusion


Among the manicured lawns and crisp New England scenery of Wellesley College in the United States, a statute by the American artist Tony Matellihas caused quite a stir. Maybe because some felt a sculpture of a half-naked, sleepwalking man was not the best choice of public art for an elite women’s liberal art college. And they might have a point.

9 Iconic National Anthem Performances That Slayed The Super Bowl

From: NewNowNext

Vanessa Williams
No tea no shade, but Vanessa Williams actually had one of the best flyovers on this list. Here’s her performance at the Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Arizona in 1996.

100 Most Eligible Bachelors 2016

From: OUT
Adrian Anchondo

Adrian Anchondo is an actor and director, known for Dunkin Love (2014), Medias Res (2015) and A Lower Power (2009).

Favorite Pic of the Day for February 13th

From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
Ryan by Peek Physique

Body Slam:

 Ryan by Peek Physique
From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things

'Ryan was a professional wrestler --the kind of wrestling with capes and masks and all that jazz. I saw him pictured on flyers with the other combatants and he always stood out with his boyish good looks.'

 A well crafted sentence can tell a complete story, and photographer Tom Willard's first sentence to me about his introduction to Ryan certainly did just that. Wrestling can conjure up a variety of visuals, depending on your personal experiences, and when and where you grew up. For many, thoughts go to junior high school matches, acne covered bodies in singlets wrestling on floor mats until the gym teacher blows their whistle or slams the mat. 

 For others, wrestling is all about pomp and circumstance, huge arena's, loud music and loud crowds, Vince Mcmahon and those capes and masks that Tom mentioned in his quote. This, is really the only experience of wrestling that I remember. We didn't have a wrestling team in my school, not that I knew of anyway. My only connection to wrestling on floor mats was watching movies like Vision Quest and Going To The Mat

 My older brother watched wrestling, and he and friends would watch it in our rec room on Saturday mornings. I often joined them, not because I liked wrestling, but because I wanted to feel apart of the group, and not stand out for my non-interest. I would rather have been watching cartoons, but when your a kid, knowing already that you're different, any time you can blend brings an welcomed sense of safety. 

 I remember in the early 90's my father took my brother and I, and several of his friends to a local hockey stratum to see Wrestlemania. There was an excitement being there live, not to mention seeing two men wearing so little and so physically intertwined. It was an odd sensation seeing so many people, men and women of all different ages so caught up in such a sweat driven, and over the top soap opera. 

 The highlight of night for me had to be the appearance of The Undertaker, ascending from his coffin about 10 feet from where we were seated. His body glistening with sweat and spray, his muscles, his long stringy hair and theatrical walk and attitude. He won of course, but that's not what stuck out to me most. I remember looking around at all of those faces of the people around me. All so engaged in the fight, so energized and excited. I remember wondering why I was so disinterested in everything going on and why all of these people were so into something that seemed so silly to me. 

 This was the last time that I watched wrestling, in person or on television. My need to be included was no longer as strong as my desire to pursue my own interests. That doesn't mean I gave my interest in wrestlers. There is still something very raw and erotically charged about a competition that brings two men so physically close together, sweaty and intertwined.... especially if they ooze the raw sexual appeal that Ryan does. 

 'Ryan came over to my studio and we got a number of different shots using various locations and lighting set-ups. I don't understand photographers who do a shoot and all the pictures end up looking the same. Use different locations. Move the lights around. Shoot from down on the floor. Ask the models to bring a various clothing items. Use props!'

 Tom and Ryan shot three times together, the first and third, featured in this piece. At the first shoot, Tom describes Ryan as quiet and reserved, but Tom, given his deafness, says this is not uncommon for him during a shoot. Tom always tell the models that although he may not be able to carry on much of back and forth conversation, he is a talker and likes to chat and give feedback while working. 

 'Ryan seemed to have a Superman kind of thing going on. I could easily see him cast in the role of the iconic hero or his alter ego, Clark Kent. Aside from the fact that you'd probably get sued by the Superman people, you could probably get some nice pictures of Ryan in and out of the Superman uniform.'

 During his first time in front of Tom's camera, although he was naked during the shoot, Ryan remained mostly covered, putting the white towel he was holding to good use. Ryan felt it was a good idea to leave a little to the viewers imagination. Given it was their first time working together, Tom respected Ryan's boundaries and felt they came up with some really hot images for Ryan's port. 

 A couple of months later, when Ryan showed up for his second shoot. Any nerves Ryan had the first time seemed to have totally disappeared. This time, a more buffed up Ryan, left that white towel on the floor and exhibited a confidence in front of the camera, deciding this time to leave nothing to the viewers imagination. As incredibly hot as Ryan looks wearing nothing, I cannot help but still be a bit curious about those cape and mask shots...

Classic Television - Saturday Mornings

The Tomfoolery Show
Original Network
Original Run

The Tomfoolery Show is an American cartoon comedy television series made and first broadcast in 1970, based on the works of Edward Lear. The animation was done at the Halas and Batchelor Studios in London and Stroud. Though the works of other writers were also used, notably Lewis Carroll and Ogden Nash, Lear's works were the main source, and characters like The Yongy Bonghy Bo and The Umbrageous Umbrella Maker were all Lear creations. Some original material was also written based on characters created by Lear, although much of the material was a straight recital of poems and limericks or songs using Lear's poems set to music. A recurring joke had a delivery boy running around trying to deliver a large plant and shouting 'Plant for Mrs Discobolus!'.

The series was produced by Rankin/Bass, who also made the Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and Frosty the Snowman television specials.

History's Hottest Movie Actors:

From:  Boy Culture
Throw me into the Clooney bin
George Clooney 

Though it's been said, many times, many ways, Clooney (who more closely resembles Clark Gable) really is like our Cary Grant, both for his handsomeness as he's aged (he didn't really make an impact in films  until he was a full-fledged adult man, unlike Grant) and his easy, charming demeanor in all of his features. I think Clooney has unarguably stretched himself as an actor far more than Grant ever wanted to do or did, and that, along with the former's intellect and sarcasm, only enhances the appeal of his physical comeliness. What I mean to say is: He's smart and sexy and so is overall just plain hot.

 Sexy Sampler 
Return to Horror High (1987), Return of the Killer Tomatoes! (1988), From Dusk Till Dawn (1996), One Fine Day (1996), Batman & Robin (1997), Out of Sight (1998), Three Kings (1999), The Perfect Storm (2000), Ocean's Eleven (2001), Ocean's Twelve (2004), Ocean's Thirteen (2007), Michael Clayton (2007), Leatherheads (2008), Up in the Air (2009), The Descendants (2011)

February 13th is Madly In Love With Me Day

Ladies, every year on the day before you lavish the significant other in your life with all your love, step back and prepare by focusing as much attention on yourself.

Yes, you deserve every bit as much of your love as does the object of your affections.

That is the concept behind Madly In Love With Me Day, held on February 13th, the day before Valentines Day.
It was founded by Californian self-help guru Christine Arylo, author of “Madly In Love With ME, The Daring Adventure To Becoming Your Own Best Friend”.

The philosophy is that to truly be able to show love to others, a woman must first be empowered to love herself without apology so throw away those diet books for a day, treat yourself to your favorite lunch in the company of people you know love and respect you as you are today.

Today in History...

February 13, 1322 – 

The central tower of Ely Cathedral falls on the night of 12th–13th.

February 13th is Desperation Day

February the 13th, i.e. the day before Valentines day. On which single people try desperately to find someone to spend Valentines day with. 

Considered by some men (and women) to be the best time of the year to pick up someone for a one night stand.

February 13th is World Radio Day

World Radio Day is an observance day held annually on 13 February. World Radio Day is about celebrating radio, why we love it and why we need it today more than ever. A day to remember the unique power of radio to touch lives and bring people together across every corner of the globe. It was proclaimed on 3 November 2011 by UNESCO's 36th General Conference after originally proposed by the Kingdom of Spain.

February 13th is International Condom Day

International Condom Day seeks to promote the use of condoms as a means of preventing unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections (STI's).  It is an informal observance celebrated in conjunction with Valentine's Day.  The holiday is also promoted by the AHF (AIDS Healthcare Foundation) in an effort to reduce the spread of HIV thru safe sex practices.  

Facts about International Condom Day

According to the CDC, 1 in 20 Americans will get infected with hepatitis B (HBV) some time during their lives.  Hepatitis B is 100 times more infectious than HIV.

There are more than 19.7 million new Sexually Transmitted Infections in the U.S. each year. (Source: CDC)

By twelfth grade, 65% of high school students will have engaged in sexual intercourse, and one in five sexually active teens will have had four or more sexual partners.

The use of Condoms make for the only proven method for reducing the transmission of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STI's) during sex.

5 billion condoms are used every year, worldwide.

February 13th is World Whale Day

Giants of the ocean are celebrated on World Whale Day, which aims to raise awareness of these magnificent creatures. The annual holiday was founded in Maui, Hawaii, in 1980, to honor humpback whales, which swim off its coast. It’s the main showcase of the Maui Whale Festival.

Every year, crowds flock to the island to join in the free all-day event, organised by the Pacific Whale Foundation. The fun starts with a parade including floats, costumed characters and children’s events, plus music from Hawaiian and international stars.

However, you don’t have to visit Maui to mark this special day. Whales need support from wildlife lovers everywhere to meet conservation threats such as loss of habitat and pollution, so a perfect way to celebrate the day would be to take part in a fundraising event wherever you live. You’ll have a whale of a time and aid a great cause!

February 13th is Galentine's Day

What’s Galentine’s Day? Oh, it’s only the best day of the year. Every February 13th, Leslie Knope and her lady friends leave their husbands and their boyfriends at home and just kick it breakfast style. Ladies celebrating ladies. It’s like Lilith Fair, minus the angst. Plus, frittatas!

February 13th is Employee Legal Awareness Day

Employee Legal Awareness Day was established by an Australian lawyer, Paul Brennan. His aim was to emphasis the importance of legal education for employees and small businesses and reduce their risk of legal problems. The day isn’t only about laws though, Brennan also suggests that employees should increase their awareness of their company’s policies. According to him, it is important for employees to have a copy of the employer’s handbook, where you can find information about bereavement policy, attendance and punctuality, conflict of interest statements and non-disclosure agreements.

So, every year employees can get together on this day to celebrate and remember their legal rights, they can feel empowered by their knowledge and participate fully in the legal system that supports them and their business. Although it originated in Australia, this day can be celebrated in offices all over the world, everywhere that people are free to access legal services and their legal rights this day can be openly recognised. In countries with less legal freedom, perhaps the day could be marked by employee demonstrations in the streets or other protests to try and highlight the importance of legal awareness and legal practices in relation to employees and businesses.

February 13th is Get a Different Name Day

Jason aka Jason Star
Whether you’re having a bit of an identity crisis, or simply fancy confusing your friends, Get A Different Name Day is a chance to throw off the shackles of the norm and adopt a new name!

Jockstrap Dwarf

Celebrating Today February 13th

Happy Birthday To:
From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
 Sex on a Stick! Passions' hunk Galen Gering turns 45 today.



 Model John Nies turns 49 today.
 Model and Hockey player Mats Christeen turns 34 today.

 Robbie Williams turns 42 today

 Sebastian Kehl turns 36 today

Rizzo herself Stockard Channing turns 72 today.
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