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Thursday, August 11, 2016

Men In The Future II

From: Brent's Auto Wall

Michael Phelps Nude (Fake)

 And while we are at it, here’s a slightly better PS’d Michael Phelps. Michael Phelps recently announced a partnership with Head & Shoulders. & Dick? Looks like he’s ready to lather it up.
And here's the original. All they've done is put a cock where there wasn't one before and removed the trunks. Easily done with some basic photoshop skills


Hot Heeb of the Day - August 11, 2103

From: Hot Heebs
Hilton Beach, Tel Aviv

Favorite Import of the Day: August 11, 2008

Jamie Davis
From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
 English actor Jamie Davis, known to many of you for his role as Harley Lawson on the popular series Footballers Wives. What a shame we never got our own version, but it most likely would have paled with regards to the nudity shown in the UK.

Olympic swimmer loves wearing 'gay & lesbian' on his swimsuit

Olympic swimmer Amini Fonua enjoys being an out gay man in swimming, and he proudly wears the label on his swimsuit.
From: OutSports
While Outsports has seen more male athletes come out in swimming over the last five years than almost any other sport, only two male swimmers in the Rio Olympics are publicly out. One of them is Tonga's Amini Fonua, who swam for Texas A&M and competed in the 2012 Olympics in London.

Fonua received a swimsuit a while back from what was then called the Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Center, complete with the name of the organization on the back of the swimsuit. Fonua has not shied away from wearing it wherever he can, but he's made it a point of doing so around other elite swimmers.

 "I have worn that suit to every single practice leading up to Rio, because there's not a lot of diversity in swimming," Fonua told the Center's Jim Key. "It's a gentle reminder to everybody and myself that I'm different, and to take pride in that difference."

That's the kind of attitude and visibility that helps make it so much easier for the next person to come out.

Olympic Judo with Italy's Fabio Basile

From: Speed o Rex
 Italy's Fabio Basile reigns supreme in 66kg Judo following his stunning performance at the Olympics on Sunday.   

 He was only ranked 29th going into the competition but made a lot of believers before the day was over.  

 (Can you say Cinderella?)

Celebrating Today August 11th

Chris Hemsworth
From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
 Australian actor Chris Hemsworth, known to many for his role on Home and Away where he was frequently shirtless turns 33 today. Chris is now famous in the US as well with his  role in the new Star Trek movies.

Favorite Pic of the Day for August 11, 2008

From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things

Olympic Dish of the Day #1959: Amini Fonua

Today's Dish is Amini Fonua (Tonga Swimming). You can follow him on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
From: Deep Dish

Olympic Athletes are Being Taunted with Homophobic Slurs and It’s a Problem

From: Towleroad
Female athletes at the Olympic games in Rio are being taunted by crowds chanting “bicha,” a homophobic slur comparable to “faggot.”

According to the LA Times, journalists said it was the first time they heard “bicha” being used at a women’s game in Brazil.

During the opening games of the soccer tournament on August 3rd, fans on the sidelines chanted the slur – often used during men’s soccer in Brazil – directed at Australian keeper Lydia Williams, Canadian goalie Stephanie Labbe and other players.

According to Huffington Post, out gay U.S. midfielder Megan Rapinoe (above, with teammates) said the taunts were “personally hurtful” and put them down to “a mob mentality.”

She added:

“I don’t think most of those fans would have said that directly to my face. I don’t think they mean it in that way. But they need to understand that that’s how it’s taken. They need to understand if all of you are willing to do that, what does that say to a gay player? Especially in the men’s game. What does that say to players who are struggling to come out?
“I don’t think that all Brazilians fans or everyone that was there last night is homophobic. But I think that they are complicit in it as long as they’re doing it. FIFA can crack down as much as they want but it’s up to individuals in the stands to not participate in that kind of behavior.”

Following homophobic chanting by fans at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, FIFA, the world soccer governing body fined the Mexican federation. FIFA also threatened further action which could include banning fans from future World Cup games in Mexico.

Mexico’s coach Juan Carlos Osorio later undermined attempts by the federation to prevent chants during games, arguing the terms “puta” and “bicha” are not offensive.

Watch an interview with Rapinoe below.

Celebrating Today August 11th

From: NewNowNext
 Actor Chris Messina turns 42 today.


 Actor Joe Rogan, who was one of TV's best comedies, Newsradio, turns 49 today.




Actor Lawrence Monoson turns 52 today.



 Australian Rugby hottie Luke Lewis turns 33 today.

 Actor Sunil Shetty turns 55 today.

 Hard to believe Will Friedle turns 40 today.

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