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, November 12, 2016


From: Banana Blog
Check out this compilation of full frontal nudity in mainstream movies. Basically a bunch of random dicks that appeared in non-gay porn films. Key word is still “dicks” so I’m sure you’ll enjoy! lol



From: Wicked Gay
 Former OHL and semi-professional hockey player Brock McGillis came out in a piece published by Yahoo! Canada Sports.

McGillis wrote that, “Hockey has always been very homophobic,” going on to say that the culture he was exposed to in the locker rooms pushed him to stay in the closet.

“I can’t count the amount of times I heard phrases like: That’s gay or what a homo in the dressing room over the course of my hockey career. Words like fag, pussy, and bitch are part of the daily banter. Those words are used to belittle players, to weaken and feminize them, because hockey is hyper-masculine, meant for the manliest of men.”

McGillis mustered up the courage to come out to his family “without judgement” but remained in the closet during his career for fear of being ostracized.

 “I was fortunate to grow up in a supporting household without judgment or negativity towards homosexuality,” he wrote. “That was not the case with hockey family. Hyper-masculinity and hockey go hand-in-hand, so I had to lie to fit in with my teammates. I began dating as many girls as I could to avoid being exposed. I became a womanizer. In the OHL I had to have a girlfriend and she always had to be one everyone thought was attractive. It felt empty. I felt empty. I suppressed my sexuality to the point that I was angry at myself if I had sexual thoughts that weren’t heterosexual.” 

 It wasn’t until very recently that McGillis felt compelled to come out, when he had spoken to the late hockey legend Brian Burke. Burke started the You Can Play organization to help end homophobia in the sports world.

“Two days before his death we exchanged messages on Facebook and he wrote, ‘I can’t wait until the day that you’re out like I am.'”

That was enough to empower McGillis to speak his truth, and now he hopes his decision to be honest with the world will help others who are struggling.

“Know that I am here for you, the way Brendan Burke was there for me,” he said. “Because it gives me an immense sense of pride carrying on his legacy.”

Ezra Miller Stars In Fantastic Beasts But Remember Him Nude?

From: Fleshbot
 When you look at someone as gorgeous as Ezra Miller, you just know that the Gods of genetics were having a seriously good day. Maybe their best ever. You also look in the mirror and see a Gremlin. The words I would us to describe Miller's sex appeal are similar to those used for yesterday's fox de jour Tyler Posey, so since you don't have to read the same thing twice I'll just give the abbreviated version: Eyebrows, hair, body, face, jawline that I would use as a bicycle seat. Ezra stars in  Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, so it seems like a fantastic time to check out nude Ezra Miller's tight butt in 2015's The Stanford Prison Experiment!

It's hard to imagine a casting director coming face to face with Ezra and being like "eh, hard pass," which might explain why he's been in every damn blockbuster as of late. In 2015 Miller appeared in Trainwreck, and this year he made his debut as The Flash in both Suicide Squad and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. After Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Ezra will again take on the role of The Flash in 2017's Justice League and 2018's The Flash. Here's another image of Ezra:

 Ezra Miller is gay in the way that all kids born in the 1990's are, in that he's more or less sexually fluid, stating:

The way I would choose to identify myself wouldn’t be gay. I’ve been attracted mostly to ‘shes’ but I’ve been with many people and I’m open to love wherever it can be.
He then says that he has:

...A lot of really wonderful friends who are of very different sexes and genders. I am very much in love with no one in particular.
Yea I've got some sexual fluids for ya Ezra. As promised, the walking and talking ball of sex has indeed gone nude before in The Stanford Prison Experiment. The movie covers the real life events that took place when a psychology professor split up a group of male students and had half play security guards, and half play inmates. The guards were eerily quick to take on their prescribed role, and the brutality had revelatory findings. Guess what? Ezra's character Daniel Culp is one of the inmates, and in one scene he is made to strip down nude in front of a bunch of dudes. Kinky! Check out the naked pictures below!

 Ezra Miller Nude In The Stanford Prison Experiment

15 Thoughts You Have When Browsing Grindr Over Thanksgiving

From: NewNowNext

Should I change my name to “visiting”? That will drive home the fact that I don’t live here anymore.

Favorite Pic of the Day for November 12th

From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
Devlin by Nick S82

Celebrating Today: November 12th

Blowing out candles today:
From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
 Friends star David Schwimmer turns 50 today.
 The wonderful Megan Mullally turns 58 today.

 Model Michael Gandolfi turns 35 today.

 Ryan Gosling turns 36 today.

 Stade's Stรฉphane Glas turns 43 today

Soap Hunk Vincent Irizarry turns 57 today.

Elizabeth Warren Tells Rachel Maddow What We Do Next: ‘We Fight Back, We Do Not Back Down’

From: Towleroad
Senator Elizabeth Warren sat down with Rachel Maddow on Thursday night for her first interview since Donald Trump was elected President.

The exchange was at times emotional, with Warren saying, “This is hard…It happened.”

Warren suggested that she and other Democrats would work with president-elect Trump on a issues on which they agree–particularly those of concern to financially struggling Americans–but Warren was resolute in her commitment to human rights.

“There’s a lot we’re going to try and work with you on,” Warren said, “but on these core issues, of treating every single human being in this country with dignity, we stand up and we fight back. We do not back down we do not, we do not comprise, not today, not ever.”

Warren added, “You can either lie down, you can whimper, you can pull up in a ball, you can decide to move to Canada or you can stand your ground and fight back.”

During an emotional exchange about Hillary Clinton, Warren said, “I respect what she has done and tried to do for this country and for people around there world.”

With news of the race for who will be the next chair of the DNC already underway, Warren said she has no desire to obtain the post but is eager to hear more from contenders Keith Ellison and Howard Dean.

Watch the two part interview, below.

Dish of the Day #28

From: Deep Dish

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