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!

Sunday, January 22, 2017


From: Manhunt Daily

Williamsburg Houses, New York

What's up guys???

checking things around...

30 Kinky Terms Every Gay Man Needs to Know

From: The Advocate
Safe Word

Safe words are vital for beginners and experienced kinksters alike. A safe word is a word or phrase that submissives use to stop a scene. Like hard limits, safe words are nonnegotiable. If a Dom ignores a safe word, they are considered “unsafe” and will not be welcomed in the kink community. We don’t like unsafe Doms because they can really hurt people. In kink porn, the industry standard safe word is “red,” so that’s what most kinksters use. Since being gagged is one of this writer's biggest turn-ons, the “safe word” is not a word at all. In this case, a snap of the fingers or a slap on the thigh means “stop right now.” 

Moving To Town

From: Brent's Auto Wall

Which Jonas Brother Is Most Well Endowed? Nick’s Face Says It All

Touché, Nick.
From: NewNowNext
Nick Jonas returned to Watch What Happens Live last September and played Plead the Fifth for the second time in his career, where he discussed his sexuality and body for the 10,000th time.

It’s clear the second round of Andy Cohen’s favorite game was only happening for only one reason— so that Nick could respond to his brother Joe, who appeared on the show in July and revealed himself to be the most well-endowed Jonas brother.

But Nick doesn’t look-in-the-shower-and-tell, so when he’s finally asked “Which member of the Jonas Brothers is the most well-endowed,” he turns to the camera coyly and mutters, “I plead the fifth.”

The joke is actually on Joe, though. He may have the guns in this family, but we have seen Nick’s thighs before, and we know how this whole body distribution thing works.

Touché, Nick.

Dish of the Day #69

From: Deep Dish


April 4,  1979 – January 22, 2008

Dads on boats - I’m gonna have such a fucking collection on the DoB tag.

23 Unintentionally Gay Comic Book Scenes

From: NewNowNext


From: Manhunt Daily

Illovo, Sandton, Gauteng, South Africa
Reading is a rare skill
just looking around. lets chat. no fem guys or psychos

Rather say hi instead of unlocking pics without saying a word. rather chat on here for a bit to get to know you better first

i'm not interested in seeing your dick pics. not interested in NSA

guys around my age is a plus (+-5 years) :)

If you ask 'what're you looking for' I know you haven't read any of the above

After naked video leak, Kordell Stewart re-confirms he doesn’t ‘mess with no dudes’

Kordell Stewart again says he’s not gay
From: OutSports
Speculation about Kordell Stewart being gay has somehow again been stirred up, this time thanks to a naked video of Stewart circulating around the Internet. Stewart has said the video is of him and was made for a woman he is seeing. He also claims the video was acquired by his ex-wife, reality TV participant Porsha Williams, who distributed the video publicly.

It’s certainly disappointing that someone would release this video publicly without Stewart’s consent.

Stewart isn’t having the gay speculation. In his own way he denied the rumors while at the same time offering respect for the LGBT community.

Stewart told TMZ:

"That’s bullshit. I don't mess with no dudes. I'll say it again. Society has changed from back in the day when you talk about men being with other men as it won't be accepted these days, but out of respect to people and their lives that they live because it's not about me attacking anyone else. It's about who I am. And as a man all I have is my word. When I say what I say I mean it from a standpoint, especially when it comes to how I live my life, and that's not how I live my life."
Rumblings have come from Stewart’s camp that he may be considering legal action against his ex-wife, who he believes continues to fuel the gay talk. There has been chatter about it since he was the quarterback of the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Regardless, it’s been 20 years of Stewart relatively respectfully saying “no.” In those 20 years I’ve heard all the speculation but never one shred of evidence. There was allegedly a mysterious arrest in 1998, but the city of Pittsburgh says there is no record of it.

Hopefully Stewart doesn’t have to answer this question anymore.

Prides Of The Past Live On In This Stunning Collection Of Vintage Photos

From: NewNowNext


Harvey Milk (May 22, 1930 - November 27, 1978) celebrates his forty-eighth, and final, birthday with friends (l-to-r Doug Perry, Harvey, Eric Garber, and Cleve Jones, @realclevejones), The Elephant Walk Bar, San Francisco, California, May 22, 1978. Photo by Rink Foto. Harvey Milk would turn eighty-six today. #lgbthistory #lgbtherstory#lgbttheirstory #lgbtpride#queerhistorymatters#haveprideinhistory

Oh, Drilla. ❤ This dude is so kind and charming irl, you’d never imagine he could take you apart with his massive dong.

Happy Birthday today January 22nd

Happy 62nd to actor John Wesley Shipp!From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things

 John in NYPD Blue

36 Fetishes Every Gay Man Should Know

From: The Advocate

People who live in the United States are taught from a young age that uniforms should be viewed with respect, especially police uniforms, military uniforms, and firefighter uniforms. These socio-politics of respect naturally morphed into male strippers dressed as firefighters and cops — evidence that uniforms are heavily fetishized by straight and LGBT people alike. 


From: Boy Culture

Gratifying Guest Stars:

From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
 Over the last couple of months, my go to comedy has been re-runs of Fraiser. I didn't watch much of the NBC sitcom when it first aired, but am loving getting caught up with On-Demand. Last week, I caught a season 9 episode entitled Junior Agent, and in addition to enjoying guest stars Harriet Sansom Harris and Kristin Chenoweth, I fell quickly in lust with guest actor Chris Berg who was playing rival radio talk show host Dr. Zach. 

 The show wisely got the former Fargo South quarterback shirtless and in a towel for one of the episodes final scenes. Berg moved from the football field to acting in 2000 with his Fraiser episode being his first professional job. Despite his talent and great looks, Chris didn't have much luck in Hollywood with a few other TV guest spots (playing Handsome Guy on Will & Grace) and wearing a dark green mask in the Monica Lewinsky hosted Fox reality show Mr. Personality

 Although he became a finalist, Berg has no good memories of his time on the show and in part, it may have been one of the reasons he returned home to Fargo. Today, Berg is a successful television host and moderator on Valley News Live's politically charged show, '6:30 Point of View.' Although acting didn't lead to a long career, that gorgeous face is still in front of the camera, and a large local audience. 

MAN CANDY: Glad He Came? ‘The Wanted’s Max George’s Skype Video

From: Cocktails and Cocktalk
 Max George – dreamboat from boy band The Wanted – is the latest star to have a webcam video go viral. In fact gay Twitter was certainly glad he came, with the video being retweeted hundreds of times. To be fair though, who needs to be part of group, when he looks like he’s doing just fine solo. *wink*

Genuinely had no idea I ever wanted to watch a horse jack off until this very moment. Learning things about yourself is so fun!

Favorite Pic of the Day for January 22nd

From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
Tommy by Chris A Freeman

5 Queer Awards Contender Films To Check Out Before The Oscars

From: Queerty
 Brokeback Mountain raised the bar on just how far an LGBTQ-themed film can go way back in 2005. That the movie, which has since become a modern classic, lost Best Picture to Crash will echo throughout history as one of the biggest upsets–and serious mistakes–in the history of the Academy Awards.

This year, no Brokeback stands out from the pack of other movies vying for awards glory, though several queer-themed films have distinguished themselves. Some come from queer writers or directors, while others focus on the LGBTQ experience.

Either way, they make for a great time at the movies, and should play very well on date night.


We’ve already written a great deal about Moonlight, the most must-see queer film of 2016, and comparable to Brokeback as a cinematic breakthrough on a previously forbidden topic for the mainstream audience. At this point, it would be a bigger shock if the film didn’t score nominations for Best Picture and Best Director. Ditto a nod for Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali, who turns in one of the most spellbinding performances of the year as a crack dealer with paternal instinct. The movie belongs to Trevante Rhodes though, who’s performance as a gay African-American man coming to terms with his sexuality, and who also gives one of the best performances of the year.

Groovy Flashback: TIME Covers 1923 - 1959

From: Deep Dish
Elizabeth Taylor (Little Women) - August 22, 1949

Nine Years Ago Today:

From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
Nine years ago today we lost a great talent. Exactly one year later,  Heath Ledger was nominated for an Oscar.
 I recently rewatched one of my favorite Heath movies, 'Candy' and again was blown away by his talent.

39 Sweltering Pics from the Ultimate Vegas Gay Pool Party

From: Advocate

36 Olympians Who Definitely Look Better Than You in Speedos and Spandex

From: Esquire
Naoya Sakamoto

At the London 2012 Olympics.

27 Things To Look Forward To In 2017

From: NewNowNext
“Queer British Art” opens at the Tate Britain

The first exhibition dedicated to queer British art opens at the Tate Britain in April, featuring works from 1867 to 1967, when modern understanding of sexuality and gender were unrecognized. Among the artists included are John Singer Sargent, Dora Carrington, Duncan Grant and David Hockney.


From: Cheap Undies
Boomer Banks

Roderich Martus

Cher! 23 Times The Dark Lady Wasn’t At A Loss For Words

Cher on…Attitude:
From: NewNowNext
“Don’t take your toys inside just because it’s raining.”

The 23 Hottest Guys On “Game Of Thrones,” Ranked

From: NewNowNext

The hottest blacksmith in the kingdoms. Who knew that Gendry (Joe Dempsie) would be the last Baratheon standing?

Janet Jackson! 19 Reasons We Are A Part Of The Rhythm Nation

From: NewNowNext

Nutty Professor II: The Klumps

While NP2 won’t make any critic’s choice lists, it did give us yet another great Janet soundtrack cut: “Doesn’t Really Matter.”

10 Protest Movies That Inspire Change In These Scary Times

From: Queerty

While not a biopic of Martin Luther King, Jr. per se, Ava DuVerney’s Selma shines a light on the private life of America’s defining civil rights leader. As played by David Oyelowo, King is a brave and heroic man, while also plagued by insecurity, and philandering to boot. The movie’s best scenes involve King’s confrontations with his wife Loretta (a magnificent Carmen Ejogo), as the two struggle with their own imperfections, rather than systemic political issues. The film also features moving recreations of the Selma marches, in which African-American men and women joined forces with conscious white Americans to fight back against racism. Understand, Selma does not white-wash its subject the way that a movie like The Help needs a plucky white girl to save its black protagonists. Rather, the movie presents a portrait of unity and courage—the kind of understanding the nation still fights to reach today among all its classes, LGBTQ folk included.

24 Times Drag Queens Perfectly Described How High You Are

From: NewNowNext

The Forgetful High
“What did I come into the kitchen for? What was I saying? Where am I?”
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