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Thursday, October 20, 2016

Favorite Celebrity Ass I want to see more of:

Orlando Bloom
 October 20, 2007
From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
 OK, We have seen a peek when he was talking with a friend. Yes we saw a glimpse in Midsomer Murders, but come on Orlando, time to give us the full view!

Adam Killian - Falcon

 Clad in nothing but his tight wet briefs, Adam Killian grabs a hose and douses his car. He suds it up sensuously, climbing atop the hood. Sliding his hot muscular frame over the cool wet steel he lays back against the windshield with the sun shining on him. Adam stops to relax, soaping up his thick cock, hairy chest and asshole; his classy chassis is on full display as he lays spread eagle across the car, jacking off.

 He flips over and grinds his crotch and then his plump ass cheeks against the windshield to really make it shine. Coated in suds, he slides face down along the hood, rocking his hips back and forth as if he’s fucking his prized sports car. After rinsing off both the car and himself, Adam yanks his crank again. Dried off by the afternoon heat, he gets inside the car and continues to rev his piston. Stroking, pulling, Adams works himself into such frenzy that he finally blows his gasket, spewing wads of warm cum all over himself.

These Are the Funniest Presidential News Bloopers Ever

From: Towleroad
The folks responsible for some of your favorite monthly and yearly news blooper recaps have created an ultimate gag real of the best presidential whoopsies moments throughout modern American History.

Included in this supercut are both infamous and less recognizable moments from the likes of Dan Quayle, Howard Dean, Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Micahel Dukakis, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon, John McCain, Sarah Palin, and even Barack Obama

The video is very briefly work-unfriendly for an extremely well-hung horse being paraded on The White House lawn.

Watch, below.

The 10 Best “RuPaul’s Drag Race” Costume Ideas For Halloween

Do not take off your mask unless you have another mask on underneath!
From: NewNowNext
 It’s almost Halloween, squirrelfriends! If you’re at a loss for a costume idea, the queens of RuPaul’s Drag Race are here for you.

We offer ten Halloween costume inspirations from the glamorous ghouls of RuPaul’s Drag Race 


The Animal Kingdom

SPY WARE. Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway says she’s comfortable using information stolen by Russian intelligence.

Shht! “King Cobra” Star Garrett Clayton Wants To Keep His Sexuality Private, Okay?

From: Queerty
Oh, the challenges of playing a notorious adult film star: they are legion.

In the latest issue of PrideSource, 25-year-old actor Garrett Clayton unpacks his feelings about playing Brent Corrigan in Justin Kelly’s long-awaited King Cobra (in theaters and On Demand starting October 21). After discussing his contractually mandated butt shot, his favorite Brent Corrigan scene, and how one prepares for such a role, he surprisingly refuses to divulge his own sexuality to the interviewer, believing that “it just distracts” from his work.

Here are some highlights:

On preparing to play a gay adult film superstar: 

You want to watch someone’s work and study the way they’re into somebody or not. How do they kiss? Do they bite? Do they like biting lips? Do they like using more tongue? Are they more aggressive in their work? Does he play the victim?

On his favorite Brent Corrigan video:

It’s the first video he did with Bryan where he’s lying in the lawn. Nobody knew at that time that he was 17, and I was just surprised that there are so many sites that still have that video online. It’s crazy. And to see him as a 17-year-old doing this, and the fact that I can find it online – I literally just typed in “Brent Corrigan first video” and a bunch of different websites came up. I just think it was fascinating to watch somebody at that age doing what they’re doing. To me, that was the most interesting piece of work because, I mean, how could it not be?”

On being naked at home versus being naked on camera:

It’s a lot different being naked at home versus being naked on camera, in front of millions. When I’m naked at home, I’m not worried about what I ate three hours before! And it was really hard because catering, for some reason, kept making these crazy, unhealthy (meals), like macaroni and chili. Every day it was chili and macaroni and hot dogs, and I’m like, “I am on a diet. I can’t have bread, I can’t have carbs, I can’t have sugar, I can’t have dairy, and all you’re doing is supplying all those things.”

On his nudity contract: 

I spoke to Justin about what I would agree to do, and it was: If you discuss with me first and I can understand logically why the nudity is a sexual act that can promote the plot in this scene, then I’ll do it. When I’m in the shower, it’s a sign he’s becoming comfortable with his sexuality. The montage is showing him becoming a star. At the end, I have my butt shot and, funny enough, that was my idea because Justin and me kept talking, saying, “When are we going to do the butt shot?” because (Brent is) known for his butt.

On Brent Corrigan’s sharp criticism of his portrayal: 

I think it almost started to affect me. But I made a little mantra: It’s not my place to judge; it’s just my job to tell the story.

On his own sexuality: 

I moved out to LA to have a career where I got to play characters and focus on work and do all these awesome things, and I’m getting to do that now. I just don’t think it’s pertinent to talk about my personal life. I don’t think it adds to the work; it just distracts from it.

Recap and Highlights of the Final Debate Between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump

From: Towleroad

There was a clear winner of the third and final presidential debate (watch it in 8 minutes above, or watch the full debate here) and it was not Donald Trump.

He had few wins in a discourse littered with insults, with fabricated vocabulary (bigly, swatches?), and laced with racism, xenophobia, and misogyny – all in all, a typical night for Donald Trump.

But here’s the moment the debate ended, which came about 20 minutes before the end of the debate. Moderator Mike Wallace brought up Trump’s recent allegations of a “rigged’ election and his running mate’s recent pledge to accept the results.


Asked Wallace: “I want to ask you here on this stage tonight do, you make the same commitment that you will absolutely, sir, that you will absolutely accept the result of this election?”

Said Trump:

“I will look at it at the time. I’m not looking at anything now. I will look at it at the time. What I’ve seen, what I’ve seen is so bad. First of all, the media is so dishonest and so corrupt. And the pile-on is so amazing. The New York Times actually wrote an article about it, that they don’t even care. It’s so dishonest. And they have poisoned the minds of the voters. But unfortunately for them, I think the voters are seeing through it. I think they’re going to see through it. We’ll find out on November 8.”

Replied Wallace:

“Sir, there is a tradition in this country, in fact one of the primes of this country is the peaceful transition of power. And that no matter how hard fought a campaign is, that at the end of the campaign, that the loser concedes to the winner. Not saying that you’re necessarily going to be the loser or the winner. But that the loser concedes to the winner, and that the country comes together in part for the good of the country. Are you saying you’re not prepared now to commit to that principle?”

Quipped Trump: “What I’m saying is I’ll tell you at the time. I’ll keep you in suspense, okay?”

Responded Clinton:

“This is a mind-set. This is how Donald thinks. And it’s funny, but it’s also really troubling. Now that is not the way our democracy works. We’ve been around for 240 years. We’ve had free and fair election. We’ve accepted the outcomes when we may not have liked them. And that is what must be expected of anyone standing on a debate stage during a general election.”


And that was the moment the debate had ended, with Trump revealed what a threat he is to the democratic process.

Here were some of the other highlights.


The first question was about the Supreme Court. It gave Trump an opportunity to make his first attack on a woman: Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

“Something happened recently where Justice Ginsburg made some very inappropriate statements toward me and toward a tremendous number of people, many, many millions of people that I represent, and she was forced to apologize, and apologize she did. But these were statements that should never, ever have been made.”

And Clinton said it was important for her to protect marriage equality and the rights of the LGBT community, uphold Roe v. Wade, and reverse Citizens United.


Wallace then proceeded with something more specific: Do you want the court to overturn Roe v Wade?

Trump refused a yes or no answer: “If we put another two or perhaps three justices on, that will happen. And that will happen automatically in my opinion because I’m putting pro-life justices on the court. I will say this, it will go back to the states and the states will then make a determination.”

Wallace: Secretary Clinton?

“I strongly support Roe v. Wade, which guarantees a constitutional right to a woman to make the most intimate, most difficult in many cases decisions about her health care that one can imagine. And in this case it’s not only about Roe v. Wade. It is about what’s happening right now in America. So many states are putting very stringent regulations on women that block them from exercising that choice to the extent that they are defunding Planned Parenthood, which, of course, provides all kinds of cancer screenings and other benefits for women in our country.”

The question led into an ugly exchange about partial-birth abortion, in which Trump graphically described ripping babies out of wombs, and Clinton denounced him for using “scare rhetoric”.

“I think it’s terrible if you go with what Hillary is saying in the ninth month you can take the baby and rip the baby out of the womb of the mother just prior to the birth of the baby,” said Trump.


The debate moved on to immigration, and Trump offered up a phrase that immediately was echoed across social media: “bad hombres”.

“One of my first acts will be to get all of the drug lords, we have some bad, bad people in this country that have to go out. We’ll get them out, secure the border, and once the border is secured, at a later date we’ll make a determination as to the rest. But we have some bad hombres here and we’re going to get them out.”


But the key moment in the immigration debate came when Clinton pivoted and dropped a piece of bait that Trump gobbled up with gusto, exposing one of his personality flaws – he feels slighted, he has to respond even when he’ll end up destroying himself.

After Chris Wallace asked a question about a speech Clinton was paid $225,000 for by a Brazilian bank in which she talked about open borders (to which Trump replied “thank you” because it was a point he neglected to make), Clinton pivoted to the topic of Vladimir Putin – using Wikileaks as the excuse.

And Trump even complimented her for the pivot.

Said Clinton:

“Well, if you went on to read the rest of the sentence, I was talking about energy. You know, we trade more energy with our neighbors than we trade with the rest of the world combined. And I do want us to have an electric grid, energy system that crosses borders. I think that would be a great benefit to us. But you are very clearly quoting from wikileaks and what’s really important about wikileaks is that the Russian government has engaged in espionage against Americans. They have hacked American websites, American accounts of private people, of institutions, then they have given that information to Wikileaks for the purpose of putting it on the internet.
“This has come from the highest levels of the Russian government, clearly from Putin himself, in an effort, as 17 of our intelligence agencies have confirmed to influence our election. So I actually think the most important question of this evening, Chris, is finally will Donald Trump admit and condemn that the Russians are doing this and make it clear that he will not have the help of Putin in this election, that he rejects Russian espionage against Americans which he actually encouraged in the past?
“Those are the questions we need answered. We’ve never had anything like this happen in any of our elections before.”



The exchange then devolved into a dialogue that birthed another meme: the puppet, as Clinton accused Trump of cozying up to the Russian president.

Clinton: Well, that’s because he’d rather have a puppet as president.

Trump: No puppet, no puppet.

Clinton: And it’s pretty clear —

Trump: You’re the puppet.

Clinton: It’s pretty clear you won’t admit.

Trump: No, you’re the puppet.

And it got very contentious from there:


Moving on to the economy, Clinton had hit her stride. She offered one of the “mic drop” moments of the entire campaign, talking about her 30 years of experience after being accused of Trump of not getting anything done in those 30 years.

Said Clinton:

“Let me just talk briefly about that. You know, back in the 1970s, I worked for Children’s Defense Fund, and I was taking on discrimination against African-American kids in schools. He was getting sued by the Justice Department for racial discrimination in his apartment buildings. In the 1980s, I was working to reform the schools in Arkansas. He was bore rogue $14 million from his father to start his businesses. In the 1990s, I went to Beijing and I said women’s rights are human rights. He insulted a former miss universe, Alicia Machado, called her an eating machine.
“And on the day when I was in the situation room, monitoring the raid that brought Osama bin Laden to justice, he was host “The Celebrity Apprentice.” So I’m happy to compare my 30 years of experience, what I’ve done for this country, trying to help in every way I could, especially kids and families get ahead and stay ahead with your 30 years. And I’ll let the American people make that decision.”



Wallace then moved on to the topic of the dozens of women (Wallace says nine) who have come forward to accuse Trump of sexual abuse in the last few weeks.

Trump says all the women’s claims have been debunked at points the finger at Clinton.

The audience actually laughed when Trump claimed, “Nobody has more respect for women than I do. Nobody. Nobody has more respect.”

Clinton replies that Trump never apologizes for anything:

“Well, every time Donald has pushed on something which is obviously uncomfortable like what these women are saying, he immediately goes to denying responsibility. And it’s not just about women. He never apologizes or says he is sorry for anything. So we know what he has said and what he has done to women. But he also went after a disabled reporter —

“He mocked and Mr and Mrs. Khan on national television. He went after Mr. And Mrs. Khan, the parents of Han who died serving our country, a gold star family because of their religion. He went after John McCain, a prisoner of war. Said he prefers people who aren’t captured. He went after a federal judge, born in Indiana but who Donald said couldn’t be trusted to try the fraud and racketeering case against Trump University because his parents were Mexican.
“So it’s not one thing. This is a pattern, a pattern of divisiveness of a very dark and in many ways dangerous vision of our country where he incites violence, where he applauds people who are pushing and pulling and punching at his rallies. That is not who America is. And I hope that as we move in the last weeks of this campaign, more and more people will understand what’s at stake in this election. It really does come down to what kind of country we are going to have.”

She also added this about his behavior toward women:


After an exchange about the Clinton Foundation vs the Trump Foundation, Clinton delivered one of the better zingers of the night, turning the focus to Trump’s unreleased tax returns.

Wallace pointed out that money from the Trump Foundation was used for Donald’s personal expenses, specifically to settle a lawsuit.

Ripped Clinton:

“But of course there is no way we can know whether any of that is true because he hasn’t released his tax returns. He is the first candidate ever to run for president in the last 40 plus years who has not released his tax returns. Serving what he says about charity or anything else we can’t prove it. You can look at our tax returns. We’ve got them all out there. But what is really troubling is that we learned in the last debate he has not paid a penny in federal income tax. And we were talking about immigrants a few minutes ago, Chris. Half of all immigrants, undocumented immigrants in our country actually pay federal income tax. We have undocumented immigrants in America who are paying more federal income tax than a billionaire. I find that just astonishing.”


It was after this exchange that Trump made the disqualifying statement at the top of this post that he might not accept the results of the election, and frankly, after that, the debate was over. Social media was going wild with this revelation.


But one more moment really stuck out. As Clinton was explaining her policy on social security and medicare, Trump interjected, “such a nasty woman.”

This from the man who allegedly has more respect for women than anyone.


What did you think of the debate?

Nasty Women! Bad Hombres! Our Favorite Memes From Last Night’s Debate Debacle

From: Queerty
Well, we made it, folks. The third and final presidential debate happened last night. Now we just need to get to election day and this never ending nightmare will finally–finally!–be over.

In case you missed last evening’s spectacle, here’s a quick recap: Like the previous two debates, Donald Trump spent the entire 90 minutes spewing total nonsense, sniffling uncontrollably, and hurling personal insults at Hillary Clinton while she stood cooly and confidently behind her podium refusing to take any of his bait.

Trump called Clinton a “nasty woman” with “bad experience.” He somehow found a way to blame her for the fact that he hasn’t paid any income tax in nearly 20 years and warned Americans that there are a lot of “bad hombres” lurking in the shadows of our country. He also insulted our democracy by saying he may not accept the election results if he doesn’t win, and once again accused the nine women who have come forward saying he sexually assaulted them of being fame-hungry liars.

It was a pretty disgusting and disturbing night. Thankfully, people on the Internet have once again helped find the humor in it all. 

Scroll down for some of our favorite memes from last night’s disastrous debate…

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Debate night was horrifyingly delicious. Clinton wore her white crouching tiger ninja suit to battle the orange squinty eyed squirrel lace front Chucky doll. Him: "such a Nasty Woman, Bad Hombres, blacks have no education or jobs and cant go to the corner store without being shot, Im overturning roe vs wade and punishing women who get their babies ripped out of them days before delivery in the 9th month, assault rifles and military weapons is a second amendment white right i will appoint justices to ensure it, no I wont concede or agree to a peaceful transition of power, Obama sent people to fight at my rallies and paid them 1,500 bucks, I didnt pay taxes because bitch you let me, oh and I'm Mr. Bigly little hands from now on, Bigly bitch, bigly! Her: yall heard him. Yup he said all that and more ramblings and his breath stinks, he got bubble gut and keeps farting. Ya might not like me too tough, i know...but look at this hot ass mess who was on celebrity apprentice while I was in the situation room taking out Bin Ladin. This bozo aint nowhere in my lane and yall know it so GO VOTE. ...And scene #debatenight #dumptrump #vote #badhombres #nastywoman
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Mike Pence, Tim Kaine React to Trump’s Disqualifying Remark About Election Results

From: Towleroad
Donald Trump’s running mate Mike Pence was asked about Trump’s statement in the final debate that he might not accept the results of the election.

Quipped Trump: “What I’m saying is I’ll tell you at the time. I’ll keep you in suspense, okay?”

Trump’s remarks were widely denounced as un-American and a threat to democracy.

Pence responded following the debate:

“What Donald Trump said tonight, ‘I’ll look at it at the time.’ I think he’s made a point that is resonating with millions of Americans. We’re going to continue to call on people all across this country to respectfully participate in the electoral process to ensure that we can all be confident in the vote.And if the vote is fair, I’m confident that we’ll accept it.”

Asked about Trump calling Clinton “such a nasty woman,” Pence remarked:

“I think it was a pretty rough and tumble debate up there…I understand some of the tough language, frankly, that came from both of the podiums.”


And Tim Kaine:

“I think last night’s Donald Trump was the real Donald Trump. That was the most shocking moment of the night….Accepting the outcome of elections and then the peaceful transfer of power is a bedrock pillar of our nation’s history and something that we do and take for granted but many nations around the world they can’t do it. We should not have somebody running for president who’s going to pull the pillar down.”


Joe Jonas Hits The Locker Room Shower In Sexy New Spread

Who ever said you had to be naked for a shower?
From: NewNowNext
Joe Jonas hits the showers in a white tank top and jeans in a new photo shoot for Notion magazine.

The 27-year-old DNCE front man has been working hard at getting swole ever since the band released their debut single “Cake By the Ocean” last year, frequently posting shots of his bulging biceps on Instagram.

The new pictorial, shot by Pantelis, shows Joe gripping his torn tank top while getting soaked in a locker room shower, tugging it to the side for a subtle nip slip, and lying on the ground while unbuttoning his pants.

In an interview between the pages, the singer dished on an equally titillating topic: The first time he got caught watching porn.
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’I would use my address to log into the websites, and I did this for seven days straight,” Joe told the magazine.

“A month later – and by the way, my dad was a pastor at the time – for a week or two straight there was a postcard with a naked woman on it saying ’Come join us again Joe’ or ’We really miss you’ or ’You naughty boy, come visit us again.'”

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Check out a behind-the-scenes look at Joe’s “school spirit” shoot below, and read the rest of his full interview at NotionMagazine.com.

Garrett Clayton Makes a Friend in New Clip from Gay Murder Movie ‘King Cobra’

From: Towleroad
A new clip has just been released from King Cobra, the James Franco-produced movie about the rise of gay adult film star Brent Corrigan and the murder of Cobra Video producer Bryan Kocis.

For those who haven’t been following along with our coverage, here’s a synopsis on the film:

Sean Lockhart (Garrett Clayton), seventeen and boyishly handsome, dreams of fame and success even though he’s broke and without direction. When he meets the seemingly conservative Stephen (Christian Slater), founder of Cobra Video, he starts to perform in gay porn under the moniker “Brent Corrigan,” creating a slew of wildly successful videos during which he blossoms from a naΓ―ve young man into a confident sex symbol. When rival porn producers Joe (James Franco), a former youth pastor with a bad temper, and Harlow (Keegan Allen), a former military man, set their sights on stealing Sean from Stephen, an all-out porn turf war ensues, resulting in a shocking, gruesome murder in this bizarre, stranger than fiction true story.

The new clip released today shows Clayton encounter one of Slater’s sweet and unsuspecting suburban neighbors who wonders about all the young boys she sees coming and going from Slater’s house.

We also see Clayton hitting it off with a fellow adult performer right before they shoot a scene together.

If Clayton’s outfit looks at all familiar in that scene, that’s because you were teased with it during production.

King Cobra opens in theaters and digital platforms Friday, October 21st.

Watch the new clip, below.

31 Days of Halloween Men

Dr. Jill Stein, Laverne Cox, and Tony The Tiger (!) Celebrate #SpiritDay

From: Queerty
Loads of corporations, brands, celebrities, and politicians got into the spirit of things for GLAAD’s Spirit Day — which, yeah, is today — by showing their support for LGBTQ youth on Twitter and taking a stance against the bullying that goes on for many.

GLAAD created pre-made social media shareable graphics, both on their site and their Facebook page, although they were down earlier in the day. So get on over there and grab an image to show your spirit.

In addition to sharing pre-made graphics and statements, brands are crafting their own custom graphics as well as turning their logos purple.

So without further ado here are all the amazing brands showing their support today on Spirit Day:

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