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, September 24, 2016

DEX HAMMER - Randy Blue

Dex Hammer is hung, furry and horny
 "I am going to be honest with you. Most solo models get a little nervous their first time jerking off on cam. They need a moment before they feel comfortable getting naked and hard in front of a director and camera man. This was not the case with Dex Hammer. 

 What you see here is one long continuous take. There was no need to stop, there was no need to do anything but watch this hot hairy muscle bear make a big splash into the world of porn. After talking about how he loves orgies, this exhibitionist started to take off his shirt and show off his muscles. Watch closely and you will see that it only takes about three strokes of his hand over his underwear to make his dick hard as a rock. He pulls it out and begins beating off. He spits on it. He looks into my camera and tells me how hard that just made him. Next he bends over and shows off his gorgeous bubble butt. It is covered in the perfect amount of hair, and his hole is fucking aching to be licked. He moans out as he jerks off and spreads his hole. Finally he gets up on his knees and begins to beat off harder. He wants us to see him cum. He nuts all over the ottoman and covers it in white hot spunk. He looks at the camera and gives a sweet smile. This man may be a hammer, but......

 Dex is a fun loving dude that loves to party, work out and fuck. He quickly gets naked and shows us what he has got. And what he has, we want in spades. He has a beautifully muscled physique that is covered in dark fur that accentuates his abs and pecs. He quickly pulls out his meat, and his hard cock bounces to attention. He pounds away at his cock for a while until he turns around and shows off his hairy bubble butt. That crack is just begging to be licked. He finally gets on his knees and busts a load for you." -- Randy Blue

Guernsey Votes To Legalize Same-Sex Marriage

From: Towleroad
 Guernsey in the Channel Islands voted on Wednesday to legalize same-sex marriage, meaning there’s only one part of the UK holding out.

Northern Ireland is now the only part of the UK that has not legislated for marriage equality.

A preliminary vote in December of last year made a vote in favor of gay marriage almost a certainty. In Wednesday’s second free vote, lawmakers voter by 33 to five to pass the legislation

According to Buzzfeed, last year, 90% of of respondents in a survey said they supported “a non-discriminatory equitable system for the legal recognition of committed couples.”

Ellie Jones, vice chair of LGBT activist group Liberate, said:

“We are ecstatic that Guernsey is now a more equal place to live and that the States have demonstrated their support for LGBTQ islanders, some of whom have waited a very long time to be able to get married.
“We would like to thank all of those in the States and the wider community who have worked so hard to bring this about, and we wish luck to all whose who will be hearing wedding bells in 2017”

The first same-sex weddings are expected to take place in the middle of next year

Get To Know Bob Mizer, The Physique Photog Behind America’s First Gay Mag

From: Towleroad
The name Bob Mizer may not mean anything to you, but his story is the stuff of legend. In 1945, the 24-year-old spent his time lurking around California’s Muscle Beach, convincing its bulky, bikini-clad denizens to participate in provocative photo shoots and short films, wearing tiny posing straps (an early ancestor of the g-string, each sewn by Mizer’s surprisingly supportive mother out of tube socks and thin strips of elastic.)

That same year, Mizer opened the Athletic Model Guild as a means to market his photography, inadvertently inventing “physique photography” as we now know it. Although bodybuilders had certainly been photographed before, it had never been with such a slyly seductive lens aimed at a gay audience. In 1951, he launched Physique Pictorial, which was the very first gay magazine to ever be released to the public worldwide.

As The New Yorker reports in its excellent piece on the late Mizer, he’d “produced more than a million negatives and some three thousand hours of film and video” by the time of his death in 1993. He previously highlighted some of his strongest work 1968’s “Thousand Model Directory,” which Taschen Books is now re-releasing in two volumes that will instantaneously transform any coffee-table into a beefcake table.
The original copies were little 98-page books and the images were so tiny — 12 to a page — that they were as infuriating as they were seductive. Fortunately, Taschen used the original 4 x 5 negatives to present these male specimen in all their glory — or at least as much glory as was legal in 1968.

You can get order both volumes for $99, and the collection includes an hour-long DVD featuring 18 of his erotic black-and-white films, which range from simple posedowns to campy “sword and sandal” male burlesque.

Here are some highlights from the collection:

Gay-For-Pay Sean Cody Star Who Allegedly Murdered His Sugar Daddy Will Soon Have His Day In Court

From: Towleroad
Mario Romo/David Enrique Meza (right) and Taylor Marie Langston (left)

 When 25-year-old Mario Romo made his debut on Sean Cody‘s website in 2010, he was one of the brightest burning stars in gay-for-pay adult entertainment. Today, he’s sitting in a Texas jail cell, awaiting trail for allegedly murdering his wealthy ex-lover.

According to freshly unsealed FBI files obtained by Str8UpGayPorn, Romo, who was born in Mexico and whose real name is David Enrique Meza, has been indicted on multiple charges surrounding the brutal stabbing murder of 52-year-old Texas businessman Jake Clyde Merendino.

The FBI documents claim that Merendino and Romo were lovers prior to the May 2015 murder, even though Romo identifies as straight and has a girlfriend. Merendino provided luxury housing for Romo, including an oceanfront condo at Palacio del Mar and a brand new motorcycle.

Before murdering him, authorities believe Romo and his girlfriend, Taylor Marie Langston, who was pregnant with Romo’s child at the time, convinced Merendino to name Romo as his sole heir in a hastily handwritten will on a hotel notepad in December 21, 2014.

The murder took place five months later, between 7 and 8 PM on May 1, 2015 outside Bobby’s By The Sea hotel in Palacio del Mar. Merendino was found in the parking lot. He had been stabbed over 20 times in the chest and stomach before having his throat slashed.

Witnesses say they heard a motorcycle leaving the area shortly after the crime. And surveillance video along the U.S./Mexico border shows Langston speeding back into the United States in a black SUV with no license plate later that night.

Not long after the murder, Romo brought the handwritten will to Merendino’s lawyer in an attempt to claim his inheritance.

When detectives interviewed Romo, he denied having anything to do with the murder, though he did admit that he and Langston had been thinking about robbing Merendino but got cold feet. Meanwhile, Langston denied ever being in Mexico and offered an alibi for the night of the murder. That alibi later denied being with her.
Romo has been slapped with federal counts of interstate or foreign domestic violence resulting in murder and conspiracy to obstruct justice. Langston is accused of obstruction of justice, false statement to a federal officer, and conspiracy to obstruct justice.

If convicted on all counts, Romo faces life in prison. Langston faces up to 20 years.

A pre-trial meeting is scheduled for October 14.

Gay Teen Sues High School After He Couldn’t Bring Boy To Dance

From: Towleroad
A former student is suing his Memphis, Tennessee Catholic high school under Title IX for refusing to let him take a male date to his homecoming dance, arguing it unlawfully discriminated against him on the basis of his sexual orientation.

Lance Sanderson, 19, asked permission to bring a male date to an upcoming dance during the end of his junior year at Christian Brothers High School (CBHS), an all-boys private school. He was told via email by his principal that he “really struggle[d]” with allowing Sanderson to bring a boy to the dance. When Sanderson posted the email to Twitter, he was reprimanded and told he could no longer be a school photographer, as he had been, even though he was not accused of violating any rules.

The school had no rules against bringing another male to a dance. Their code of conduct still states, “All CBHS students should feel safe, secure and accepted regardless of color, race, background, appearance, popularity, athletic ability, intelligence, personality, sexual orientation, religion or nationality.”

Sanderson felt anything but safe, secure and accepted.

He put up a petition on Change.org, which received support from tens of thousands of people, but it was ultimately not successful in changing the school’s mind.

In the petition, Sanderson states that he had been out at his school since freshman year and that when he first brought up the idea of bringing a same-sex date to homecoming a school official told him they didn’t discriminate.

“But when that school official left over the summer, I was met with harsh opposition by my school,” he wrote. “One administrator told me that even though some people interpreted Pope Francis’s teachings on the issue as meaning they should support same-sex couples, these people are, ‘not the authority to which Christian Brothers High School is accountable.'”

In the days leading up to the dance, the school began to broadcast daily messages over the intercom that students were not allowed to bring boys from other schools as dates.

The lawsuit states that this left Sanderson feeling “bullied by both the school administration and by some of the students.”

“As a private school, CBHS held itself out to be nondiscriminatory with regard to sexual orientation,” Sanderson’s attorney, Manis, told NBC. “In our eyes, it seems very clear those were hollow words…They were not interested in treating [Sanderson] the same as other students.”

He chose not to attend the dance, and CBHS sent him home for a “cooling off” period of indeterminate length. When he returned a week later, he says he felt unwelcome.

“Everyone thought I had been expelled,” Sanderson said. “It was pretty clear that I wasn’t welcome on campus…I was sure it wasn’t going to be good for me to be there for the rest of the year.”

“I was very active at school,” he said. “It was a big part of my life, and it was all of a sudden gone. I was alone 24/7.”

Sanderson and the school worked out an agreement where he would finish his senior year with online classes and at-home study. He received his diploma that spring but did not attend the graduation ceremony.

With his lawsuit, filed Tuesday in Circuit Court, Sanderson is seeking up to $1 million from CBHS on claims including breach of contract, intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligent training and a violation under Title IX of the 1972 Education Amendments.

“We have confirmation that CBHS receives federal funding and also potentially state funding for certain programs at the school,” Howard Manis, one of Sanderson’s lawyers, said. “That makes them responsible for following the letter of the law under Title IX.”

While Title IX does not specifically include LGBTQ persons in its language concerning protection against sex discrimination in federally funded education programs and activities, recent court rulings have set precedent that they are to be protected under the law.

This includes a ruling by a federal judge in California who sided with two lesbians who sued Pepperdine, a private Christian university.

“I hope they don’t do this to anyone else in the future,” Sanderson, who now attends DePaul University, said of CBHS, “and that other schools that try to abide by similar philosophies don’t do this to their students. I really don’t want anyone else to go through what I went through this year.”

Gay Man Who “Joked” About Shooting Senators Under House Arrest, Banned From Twitter

“I’m going to shoot you in the head for allowing someone to murder my loved ones.”
From: NewNowNext
 A gay man from Virginia has been ordered to stay off Twitter after making death threats to several Republican congressmen in the wake of the Pulse nightclub shooting.

Kyler Schmitz was arrested in June after tweeting “I’m going to shoot you in the head for allowing someone to murder my loved ones.”

 Schmitz, 28, was indicted this month on five counts of making interstate threatening communications.

Using the Twitter handle @Chirperson, he also tweeted “I am literally going to buy a gun shoot you in the face I watch your brains splat #BangBangByeBitch” and “I can’t wait to shoot you in the face one by one.”

 Investigators say Schmitz also talked to another Twitter user about purchasing a gun.

 Among the politicians tagged was anti-gay Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri, who has voted to lower waiting periods for gun owners and to prohibit lawsuits against gun manufacturers.

The tweets came two days after 49 victims were killed by Omar Mateen, reviving the issues of gun control and anti-LGBT violence.

Paul Cianciolo, Schmitz’s fiance, said the tweets were never meant to be taken seriously. “[It was] satire, it wasn’t him as a real person— it was just a character playing out, like in a book.”

But the judge insisted there was no way “to read these tweets in any way but as threatening.”

Earlier this month, Schmitz was released to home detention while awaiting trial, with the stipulations that he stay in his house, stays off Twitter and avoids any contact with congressional representatives.

A plea bargain hearing has been scheduled for later this month.

Gay High School Coach Threatened, Called An “Abomination”: “It Nearly Destroyed Me”

"I kept looking for someone, anyone, to rise up and save me."
From: NewNowNext
 A California Catholic high school’s former athletic director opens up about a year of “horrifying and devastating” anti-gay harassment she suffered after people found out she was gay.

Although she wasn’t fired from her job at Mission Prep High School in San Luis Obispo, Bailey Brown said in an op/ed for Out Sports that she ultimately stepped down because the harassment became so aggressive that she was “scared for [her] life.”

To make matters worse, Brown said she was hurt most by the LGBT community’s unwillingness to help her in a time of desperate need.

After being outed by a conservative local newspaper, Brown described suffering a string of jarring anti-gay attacks, most often in the form of of her personal property being vandalized.

“When my car, which was parked directly in front of my home, was destroyed with an ice pick and green spray paint one early spring morning in 2012, it in turn nearly destroyed me,” said Brown.

“Someone had followed me home, stalked me and laid in wait until I went to bed. When I went to work the next morning, I discovered the damage. It was horrific and the car was totaled.”

Brown said local police didn’t take the crimes seriously until she reported them to the FBI, which launched an investigation of its own.

“I kept looking for someone, anyone, to rise up and save me,” Brown wrote. “My community, my school, law enforcement.”

Compounding her stress was the fact that Brown felt like she wasn’t being supported by her local or national LGBT community. “I did feel abandoned by the people whom I had always believed were supposed to save me,” she wrote.

“There was no community outrage or concern, just the usual party planning for Pride. The system seemed broken and I became very aware what victims must feel like when no one seems to be listening.”

Ultimately, Brown said she was able to persevere because the crimes “triggered a much-needed course of healing.”

Said Brown: “I have now started to honor my past, the loss of my dear father, my many amazing accomplishments and, lastly, I have finally learned to not seek praise from others as the way of self-fulfillment.”

You can read her full op/ed at Out Sports.

Gay Filmmaker Explores Privilege, The Closet And Toxic Masculinity In “American Male”

"I learned to keep my hands in my pockets."
From: NewNowNext
 “American Male,” a new short from filmmaker Michael Rohrbaugh, is challenging young American men to examine their privilege and the way they breed a toxic form of masculinity.

The film, which won MTV’s Look Different Creator Competition, was born from Rohrbaugh’s own struggle with his sexuality and his past efforts to police his behavior.

 In it, a narrator recounts all the things that men do to set themselves apart from women—and to protect themselves from being seen as different, as weak, as gay.

“Order beer. Not wine. And beef, not chicken. Never light beer, though. And tofu. Can’t get more gay than tofu.”

 The camera follows a ripped, blond jock as he works out, shoots steroids, binge drinks with his bros and generally mimes the tropes of stereotypical masculinity.

 “Women gesture with their hands,” he explains in voice-over. “When I was younger I used my hands a lot. I learned to keep my hands in my pockets.”

As he sums up the million different ways he monitors himself, always sure to be right in line with what’s expected, the narrator realizes he’s lost himself along the way.

“Now, I am no longer a person but a set of social cues. Not a person, but a path of least resistance.”

Rohrbaugh recently wrapped American Grunt, a military drama set during Don’t Ask Don’t Tell and is getting ready to work on a documentary about LGBT issues in sports.

Cop Who “Doesn’t Talk About” Being Gay Joins “Survivor”

42-year-old Bret LaBelle says "being gay doesn't define me."
From: NewNowNext
 A 42-year-old Boston police sergeant named Bret is one of the new cast members of Survivor’s 33rd season, which premiered Wednesday.

Bret is openly (albeit selectively) gay but revealed he won’t be talking about it much on the upcoming season because it’s “such a small part of [his] life” that he rarely ever talks about it.

“Being gay isn’t something that defines me,” he said recently during a pre-season interview. “It’s a part of my life but I’m also a cop, I’m an uncle, I’m a brother, a son. I’m not ashamed of it but I don’t talk about it because it’s not a big deal.”
Bret went on to describe himself as a “big people person” who “talks a lot.” He says he’ll rely mostly on his “intuition and police experience” to win the game.

“In police culture, you’re used to people being nice to you up front and not so nice to you behind closed doors,” he said. “So I’m used to that culture.”

The current season pits Gen X people against Millennials to see which group will come out on top.

The season’s only other gay cast member is Zeke, a 28-year-old real estate asset manager from Brooklyn who once considered becoming an Episcopal priest.

Zeke doesn’t mention his sexuality at all during his pre-season interview, but alludes to it in explaining why he chose to major in Religious Studies in college.

“I wanted to know more about the bible than other people,” he said, adding that it’s nice to “have a greater understanding of the Bible and how it was written” when people try and use it to condemn his “choices.”

Check out both Bret and Zeke’s pre-season interviews below:

Frontline Doc Examines the Night President Obama Utterly Humiliated Donald Trump

From: Towleroad
A new Frontline documentary airing next week examines the night that President Obama utterly humiliated Donald Trump at the White House Correspondents Dinner and, Trump advocates say, drove him to run for president.

The documentary features Roger Stone, Trump’s former chief political advisor, longtime friend and conservative extremist ally who heads a Trump SuperPAC and pals around with conspiracy theorist Alex Jones.

Says Stone in the preview: “I think that is the night he resolves to run for president. I think that he is kind of motivated by it. ‘Maybe I’ll just run. Maybe I’ll show them all.’”

Also featured in the documentary is Omarosa Manigault, the former Apprentice contestant, who looks as if she’s doing everything to hold back from letting out a wicked cackle: “Every critic, every detractor, will have to bow down to President Trump. It’s everyone who’s ever doubted Donald, who ever disagreed, who ever challenged him. It is the ultimate revenge to become the most powerful man in the universe.”

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