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Monday, January 2, 2017

Hot Heeb of the Day

From: Hot Heebs
Gordon Beach, Tel Aviv

Asian Stud

Bear Float

Shower Buddies

Joe Pepitone

Draymond Green

Fit Redneck Daddy

Redneck Outdoor Jack Off

I think he needs some help in those jeans…

Redneck Daddy

Damn Thats Big

Pool Party

Big Dick Silver Daddy

Jack It, Bud…

Great Smile

Oh, Fuck me!




You Were Right: Batman And Robin Have Been Super Gay Since Forever

From: Queerty
 The homoerotic subtext has been woven into the DNA of Batman and Robin since the 1940s, though it hasn’t been quite explored…until now.

Over at Slate, author Glen Weldon unpacks the gay-ish portions of his new book The Caped Crusade: Batman and the Rise of Nerd Culture to prove the uber-gayness of the Bat and his Boy Wonder wasn’t just in your mind.

In fact, a publishing blunder made it painfully explicit right from the start:

"The opening page of Robin’s debut story in the April 1940 issue of Detective Comics No. 38 featured an introductory scroll jammed with breathless declamatory copy about “THE SENSATIONAL CHARACTER FIND OF 1940 … ROBIN, THE BOY WONDER!”
But the page’s letterer, tasked with squeezing a hell of a lot of text onto said scroll, unwittingly shoved the words “an” and “ally” so closely together as to effectively elide the space between them. Thus, the first thing readers ever learned about THE SENSATIONAL CHARACTER FIND OF 1940 was that he was someone whom Batman “took under his protecting mantle anally …"

After the Boy Wonder’s parents are murdered by the mob, he’s taken in by Bruce Wayne, setting up what seems like an extraordinary amount of mano a mano leisure time:

Thus young Dick became Bruce Wayne’s ward, and many stories in the ’40s and ’50s began by depicting the man and boy engaged together in some leisure-time pursuit. Again and again, however, said tableaux stubbornly bore a romantic, lavender-scented shading.

And this happened:
Take 1942’s Batman No. 13, which saw Bruce and Dick Owl-and-Pussycatting it up in a rowboat on a pond in a Gotham City park. Just the two of them. At night. Or the panel of World’s Finest No. 59 from 1952, in which naked Bruce and Dick lie next to one another, languidly bronzing their brawny physiques under matching sun lamps.

Oh yeah, in one legendary panel, the duo even woke up in bed together:

Batman No. 84 hit newsstands in April 1954, during Wertham’s Senate testimony. Its story “Ten Nights of Fear” begins with one of the most infamous panels in Batman’s 77-year history: Bruce and Dick waking up in bed together. “Morning,” reads the narration. “And it begins like any other routine morning in the lives of millionaire Bruce Wayne and his ward, Dick Grayson …” We are thus explicitly told that this sharing of Bruce’s bed is common Bat-practice.

It’s an enlightening read and we encourage you head on over to Slate and check out the whole thing. Who knew the 40’s and 50’s were so gay?

Yanis Marshall Burns The Floor To Christina Aguilera’s “Telepathy”

Opulence! You. Own. Everything!
From: NewNowNext
 Christina Aguilera’s funky track “Telepathy” is forever immortalized in dance, now that iconic Parisian choreographer Yanis Marshall has put his signature touch on it.

The disco track is Aguilera’s contribution to Baz Luhrmann’s Netflix series The Get Down, which follows a cast of teens (including Jaden Smith) navigating the South Bronx in the late 1970s.

The captivating routine below is a collaboration between Marshall and Emmy-award nominated choreographers Rich+Tone, and embodies the same soulful vibe that has given the show critical praise. Previously, Rich+Tone have worked with music legends including Michael Jackson, Madonna, Jennifer Lopez, and Miley Cyrus.

To sweeten the deal, the video ends with a sickening performance by an androgynous queen who trots around the stage with some freestyle vogue before spin-kicking into a death drop that leaves her sprawled out across the floor.

Someone please show Xtina!


From: Accidental Bear
Batman v Superman, things get sticky.

My only question: Would Superman really need a cocking if he were Superman?

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