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!

Wednesday, April 6, 2016


From: Manhunt Daily

43rd Daytime Emmy Awards - Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series

And the nominees are:

Lauralee Bell 
Christine Williams 
The Young and the Restless 

Jessica Collins
Avery Bailey Clark 
The Young and the Restless 

Linsey Godfrey 
Caroline Spencer 
The Bold and the Beautiful 

Peggy McCay 
Caroline Brady 
Days of Our Lives 

Melissa Reeves 
Jennifer Horton 
Days of Our Lives 

The 30 Worst Music Videos Of All Time

From: NewNowNext
“Chewing Gum”

Dubbed “Norway’s answer to Rebecca Black,” Iselin Michelsen’s smash hit “Chewing Gum” even has the same “Fun Fun Fun” chorus as Rebecca’s claim to fame. But unlike Rebecca, Iselin has solid credentials in the entertainment world. No, seriously! She was on the Norwegian version of the reality show Paradise Hotel, which is a real thing.

Four Decades of NYC Gay Pride. Were You There?

From: Advocate

Groovy Flashback: TIME Covers 1980 - 1989

From: Deep Dish
The Empire Strikes Back - May 19, 1980

BFI Releases List Of The Top 30 LGBT Films Of All Time

From: NewNowNext
Beau Travail 
Claire Denis

Beau Travail (pronounced: [bo tʁa.vaj], French for "good work") is a 1999 French movie directed by Claire Denis that is loosely based on Herman Melville's 1888 novella Billy Budd. The movie is set in Djibouti, where the protagonists are soldiers in the French Foreign Legion. Parts of the soundtrack of the movie are from Benjamin Britten's opera based on the novella.

Where Are The LGBT “Real World” Housemates Now?

From: NewNowNext
Davis Mallory 
“The Real World: Denver”

The out fraternity brother was dealing with an unsupportive Christian family when he entered the house, and found himself at odds with Tyrie, who appeared uneasy about living with a gay man.

Davis later appeared on multiple seasons of MTV’s The Challenge, and is now a Memphis-based singer-songwriter and music journalist. He’s currently an online correspondent for The Grand Ole Opry.

15 Gay Movies You Should Netflix-Stream

From: OUT

A Brooklyn teen struggles to find identity amidst trying family dynamics, friendships, and labels. 

A History Of Gay Kisses At The MTV Movie Awards

From: NewNowNext
 Owen Wilson, 
Carmen Electra 
Amy Smart
Starsky & Hutch

It was all about the “triple kiss” in 2004, when Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson turned the bromantic cop show into a feature film.

Carmen Electra accepted the award on behalf of her S&H costars, and gave a sweet peck to presenters Paris Hilton and Snoop Dog. We would have loved to see Owen Wilson accept the honor that way.

11 Great Moments From The History Of The GLAAD Media Awards

From: NewNowNext
Ricky Martin accepts the Vito Russo Award 
  One year after the Latin pop star came out as gay, he was honored with the Vito Russo Award for work promoting visibility and equality, especially for Latino youth and their parents.

After recalling how GLAAD helped him deal with a homophobic reporter in Puerto Rico, the “Vida Loca” singer declared, “I can say, today, ’I’m free.'

5 Trans Activists Who Transformed The World

From: NewNowNext
Christopher Lee

Lee was outspoken as a trans activist and filmmaker, but it was his tragic death that may have had the greatest impact.

The co-founder of San Francisco’s Transgender Film Festival and director of the autobiographical Christopher’s Chronicles, Lee committed suicide in 2012 at age 48. But because he had not received an updated birth certificate, the coroner’s office listed Lee’s gender as “female” on his death certificate.

“It felt like spitting on his grave,” said friend Chino Scott-Chung. “When they put R.I.P. on people’s tombstones it’s “rest in peace.” And I just felt like Christopher’s spirit will not rest in peace with a death certificate that says female.”

As a result, Scott-Chung went to California Assemblywoman Toni Atkins, who introduced the Respect After Death Act, which was passed by the State Assembly and signed by Governor Jerry Brown. It took effect in 2015.

“A person should rest in peace after death as the same person they were during life,” Atkins said in a statement. “This bill is designed to ensure that the wishes of a transgender person regarding their gender identity are respected after they have passed on.”

ABC Afterschool Special

Very Good Friends 
Original Air Date
April 6, 1977

Melissa Sue Anderson
Katy Kurtzman
Sparky Marcus
Pamela Nelson
William Bassett
Montana Smoyer
William Lanteau
Anne Seymour
John Carlyle
Wesley Marie Tackitt
Steve Sherman
Joshua Davis
Kelly Britt
Allan Lurie
Sensitive Kate (Melissa Sue Anderson) gradually comes to terms with the accidental death of her younger sister, in this adaptation of the award-winning novel by Constance Greene.

100 Treasured Chests: Hairy Edition

From: OUT
Miguel Ángel Silvestre

Miguel Ángel Silvestre Rambla (born 6 April 1982 in Castelló de la Plana) is a Spanish actor.

Groovy Flashback: TIME Covers 1970 - 1979

From: Deep Dish
Diane Lane (A Little Romance) - August 13, 1979


From: Manhunt Daily

Sheridan, Sheridan County, Wyoming, USA

Wanna wrestle

Looking for friends. No pic = No CHAT

Favorite Unconventional Hunk of the Day: April 6, 2008

Bobby Cannavale
From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
 Some might argue actor Bobby Cannavale is not an unconventional hunk, but I think it is great he does not fit the usual mold. He can be a strong dramatic actor as well as extremely funny. He has a great resume in film and TV with some of my favorites being his roles in Third Watch, Will and Grace and the movie Shall We Dance. No matter what you label him, Bobby is certainly a hunk.

Favorite Pic of the Day for April 6, 2008

From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things

Favorite Birthday Boy for April 6th

Actor Paul Rudd turns 47 today.

Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress

Dorothy Malone 
Marylee Hadley
Written on the Wind

Dorothy Malone (born January 30, 1925) is an American actress. Her film career began in 1943, and in her early years she played small roles, mainly in B-movies. After a decade in films, she began to acquire a more glamorous image, particularly after her performance in Written on the Wind (1956), for which she won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. Her film career reached its peak by the beginning of the 1960s, and she achieved later success with her television role as Constance MacKenzie on Peyton Place from 1964 to 1968. Less active in her later years, Malone returned to films in 1992 as the friend of Sharon Stone's character in Basic Instinct.

She is one of the last surviving stars from the Golden Age of Hollywood.

100 Treasured Chests: Hairy Edition

From: OUT
Michiel Huisman

Michiel Huisman (Dutch pronunciation: [miˈɣil ˈɦœysmɑn]; born 18 July 1981) is a Dutch actor, musician, and singer-songwriter, who has acted in both Dutch and English-language TV series and films. His roles include Ellis Jones in the fantasy romance film The Age of Adaline (2015), Sonny on the television series Treme (2010–2013) and Daario Naharis on Game of Thrones (2014–present). Huisman played recurring roles on television as Liam McGuinnis on Nashville (2012–2014) and as Cal Morrison on Orphan Black (2014–2015).

Huisman began his career on Dutch television, in the Dutch soap opera Goede tijden, slechte tijden (1998). He later played starring roles in the Dutch TV series De co-assistent (2007–2010) and Bloedverwanten (2010), supporting roles in the Dutch films Costa! (2001) and Full Moon Party (2002), and leading roles in Phileine Says Sorry (2003) and Floris (2004). He also played a supporting role in Black Book (2006). During the early years of his acting career, Huisman was also part of a band called Fontane.

Huisman's first international acting experience came in 2006, when he guest-starred in an episode of the British TV series Dalziel and Pascoe. He subsequently appeared in The Young Victoria (2009), World War Z (2013), Wild (2014), The Invitation (2015) and The Age of Adaline (2015).

The 100 Greatest Lost Hits of The 80’s Part 2: The New Batch

From: NewNowNext
The Alan Parsons Project

We need to discuss The Alan Parsons Project! Amazingly, the British duo of Alan Parsons and Eric Woolfson never hit the top 40 on the UK chart, and in fact only hit the UK chart twice in the entirety of their career, with “Old And Wise” (#74) and “Don’t Answer me” (#58).

Obviously, their biggest chart success came in North America, and 1980’s The Turn Of A Friendly Card was a turning point. The first single “Games People Play” became a radio staple, but it was the followup single that became my favorite APP song. “Time” peaked at #15 in August 1981, and is a sweeping, gorgeous ballad about loss and regret, and holds a special meaning for me personally, when a dear friend asked that it be played at his funeral. Sadly, it’s rarely heard today.

“Time” was the first APP hit with vocals by Eric Woolfson, and he would sing lead on all of the group’s future top 40 hits, including the ’80s classic “Eye In The Sky,” and “Prime Time” (which scored high on the first Lost Hits list).

BONUS! Here’s the terrific “Prime Time,” which is still one of the most memorable videos of MTV’s early years.

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