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Sunday, February 5, 2017


From: Wicked

Alpha Stephen

From: Brent's Auto Wall

Dish of the Day #79

From: Deep Dish
AAG Classic: Neil

12 Country Music Stars Who Are LGBT Allies

From: NewNowNext
Dolly Parton

Dolly has been a champion of LGBT rights, not to mention a gay icon, for most of her career. And she hasn’t been afraid to call out her Christian community for its intolerance.

“They know that I completely love and accept them, as I do all people,” Parton said about her gay fans in a 2014 Billboard interview. “I think everybody should be allowed to be who they are, and to love who they love. I don’t think we should be judgmental. Lord, I’ve got enough problems of my own to pass judgment on somebody else.”

Parton also famously argued for same-sex marriage, saying that gay people “should suffer just like us heterosexuals.”

Another Year, Another Fabulous Actress & Gay Icon Snubbed By The Oscars

From: Queerty
Dancer In The Dark

Casual viewers may presume Björk was nominated for an Oscar for her performance in Dancer In The Dark, because she famously attended The Academy Awards that year, where she wore a certain fowl-inspired dress and had her photo taken by every photographer on the red carpet. However, Björk attended that year only because Dancer In The Dark was nominated for Best Original Song. Her performance as the lead actress in the movie, widely heralded by critics as revolutionary and earning her the Best Actress award at the 2000 Cannes Film Festival, was ignored by the Academy. That decision was more confusing than Björk’s decision to wear the weird dress. Dancer In the Dark, a “musical drama” about murder, justice, and the binds of loyalty, was both exhilarating and exhausting, not only for the viewer but also for Björk herself; after the movie premiered, she was quoted several times saying she hated the experience and would never act in a movie again. Of course, she has made appearances in projects occasionally, and thankfully so. She’s really good.

7 Reasons Hunky Celebs “Leak” NSFW Pics That Might Surprise You!

From: Gay Pop Buzz
Tyler Posey from Teen Wolf
Completely Unauthorized

While it doesn’t happen often, there are rare occasions when a male personality’s private imagery is released without authorization. Our industry source told us that it can be hard to truly know.

“When pics come out of someone’s dick, like a selfie, you’ll usually hear about their release being unauthorized. Ninety-nine percent of the time that’s complete BS!”

The insider goes on to share:

“Reps say this to drive the story and create sympathy. They’ll even go so far as to create a Twitter hashtag with the star’s name in a faux sign of support.
But when you go to ask the ‘victim’ what they know about the imagery, as in ‘are the pics real’ and ‘how did they get out’, they almost always respond with no comment.”

Grady Sizemore
Several years ago, there was a case where it appeared a true unauthorized release of photos happened with MLB Baseball player Grady Sizemore. Apparently, someone busted into a computer and extracted his NSFW photographs. Once stolen, they were published online.

The MLB spent a considerable amount of time trying to get the images off the web. In large part, they succeeded. But some sites, like DeadSpin, still has them available for viewing. See this link if you are interested.

Sport Sunday: Patriots, New Zealand, Africa and more

From: Speed o Rex
Cameroon at practice
 For a month we have been following the great games of the Total Africa Cup of Nations.  That competition wraps up today, with the Championship game to be played between Egypt and Cameroon at the Stade d'Angondjé, in the suburbs of Libreville, Gabon. Egypt have conceded just one regular goal in the tournament, even though they lost their goalkeeper, Ahmed El Shenawy, to injury in their opening game. His replacement, Essam El Hadary, is 44, and has had the time of his life.  Cameroon’s goalkeeper, Fabrice Ondoa, only turned 21 in December.  While Ondoa shows a lot of promise,  El Hadary’s won his first Africa Cup in  1998. Age vs. youth, East vs. West...  With the many contrasts inherent in the game, Sunday's championship game will be a classic contest of the ages.

The Omega Dubai Desert Classic continues today with Round 4, part of European Golf Tour.  Friday's Round 2 competition quickly became "Freakish Friday" as a freak storm swept through and suspended play.  The round was completed Saturday morning, and pushed back Round 3 play.  Dubai has become a hotspot for night golf, but the end of Round 3, well after dark, was a challenge to the golfers who remained on the course.  "At the end it was very, very dark, I’ll tell you that," said Spanish golfer Sergio Garcia, "When we were walking on 17, I thought ‘well, it will probably be a little dark but not too bad’. But then it gets dark very, very quickly here."  Despite the darkness, he stretched his lead going into the final round to three shots.  Tiger Woods has withdrawn from the competition.

 In Rugby, the Six Nations competition kicked off this weekend, and the current iteration will be contested on weekends through March 18th.  Italy will take on Wales this afternoon at Rome's Olympic Stadium.  Brendan Venter, Italy’s new defence coach, was instrumental in the London  Saracens' turnaround in recent years, from losers to European Champions.   Italy may have a chance to be a real force in Six Nations competition this year with their new defence coach, we shall know if they have started on that journey this afternoon.

Italian eyes will look elsewhere, this afternoon, to the Italian Soccer "Derby" matchup of Iuventus vs. Inter.  In Dutch Eredivisie play this afternoon, Netherlands league leader  Feyenoord Rotterdam  takes on Twente Enschede this afternoon  at Twente's home stadium De Grolsch Veste.

 Super Bowl LI
The New England Patriots  vs. The Atlanta Falcons at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. This is the third Super Bowl in Houston and fourth in Texas.  Four-time champion Quarterback Tom Brady and the Patriots contest their record ninth Super Bowl.  The Atlanta Falcons were the 2016 NFL leaders in scoring, while having one of the worst defences in the league.  The Patriots, on the other hand, had one of the most rigorous defences in the league,  allowing the fewest points in the NFL.  Boston College alum and star quarterback Matt Ryan, WR Julio Jones and NFL sacks leader Vic Beasley star for Atlanta.

Mitchell Starc got shaved

While you were sleeping, in International Cricket, Australia continued their tour of New Zealand, with their 3rd ODI contest: New Zealand vs. Australia at Hamilton.  New Zealand won by 24 runs, garnering 281/9 (50.0 overs), while Australia scored 257 (47.0 overs).  New Zealand Team Captain Kane Williamson said, after the game  "Both games were fairly similar. The wickets were similar, on these grounds you're never out of the game. Australia showed why they're a top side, at times we felt we had them, but they kept coming hard. Credit to our guys for sucking up the pressure."  

We'll leave you with that thought.


From: Wicked
 In case you don’t have plans for and/or don't care about the Superbowl this evening, Netflix has got you covered. The streaming service just added a whole bunch of LGBTQ-friendly movies to their catalog, for your viewing pleasure.

Do you consider words like “shade” and “read” to be essential to your vocabulary? It’s time you sit down for some history on where those terms came from; Paris Is Burning is a damn classic, and explores the 1980’s New York ball scene that laid the groundwork for what many of us would define as queer culture today. If you consider yourself apart of the LGBTQ community, it’s your duty to sit down and watch this film.


Loosely based on Channing Tatum’s own experiences, Magic Mike was one of the biggest surprises, and best times, at the movies when it arrived in theaters back in 2012. Featuring a sexy, all star cast consisting of Tatum, Matt Bomer, Alex Pettyfer and Joe Manganiello, this one is  must see if you still somehow haven’t caught up with it. Make sure you catch up with the sequel, Magic Mike XXL, which is just as enjoyable as its name suggests.

You’ll never listen to “Pony” by Ginuwine the same way again, we guarantee.

Another “based on a scandalously gay, true story,” I Love You Phillip Morris focuses on the life of con artist Steven Jay Russell (Jim Carrey) who fell in love with a fellow inmate (Ewan McGregor) and escaped prison multiple times. Carrey, known for his comedic turns, gives one of the most diabolical and deranged performances of his career; it’s one that has to be seen to be believed.


If you enjoy Transparent, you’ll love this documentary about a transgender woman and her family learning to understand one another.


The film based on the “we can’t believe this actually happened” murder loosely involving porn star Brent Corrigan made headlines with it’s splashy and scandalous trailer, launching star Garrett Clayton into the spotlight. Christian Slater, James Franco, Alicia Silverstone and Molly Ringwald co-star in this campy, sexy delight that will certainly have your jaw dropping by the end.

You’ll have to wait until Valentine’s Day to stream though; Netflix will officially add it to their catalog on February 14.

The film that won Sean Penn his second Oscar saw him portraying real life gay rights activist Harvey Milk. Directed by Gus Van Sant and written by Dustin Lance Black (who won an Oscar for his screenplay), Penn doesn’t so much morph into Milk so much as he literally becomes him. Co-starring James Franco, Emile Hirsch, Diego Luna and Josh Brolin, Milk isn’t your average biopic. It’s stunning, emotional and powerful.

You can stream Milk starting on February 16.


YFrom: Gay Porn Blog
 Fuck Gaga. Fuck the Super Bowl. The hottest party this Sunday is going to be gay porn’s ultimate power couple fucking each other live with nothing in between them — but us.

After this, we’re likely to forever replace the phrase “Super Bowl Sunday” with “Super Sex Sunday.”

We’re all invited as our boyfriend Falcon Studios exclusives Brent Corrigan and JJ Knight begin broadcasting at 5 PM PST in the most anticipated live cam show ever to hit the web.
Both Brent and JJ have never looked better. Not surprising since men are never more handsome, or more sexually charged, then when they’re in love.

If you remember their scene in “About Last Night”, you already know they are called a power couple for many big, sexy reasons.

Only this time, they’re not performing for the camera, they are interacting with us. Their hardcore game day fuckathon has no script. These porn star lovers are letting us do some of the directing this time.

That means we’ll see how they do it when there’s no condom policy in place.

Brent and JJ’s Super Sex Sunday kicks off at 5 PM PST / 3 PM EST. Claim your front row seat right here.


From: Manhunt Daily
 Got a daddy fantasy? Me too. I’m an innocent, uncorrupted boy – new to the scene and inexperienced sexually. Some big, tough, leathery, grizzled, a little dark-sided daddy spots me, grabs me, and turns me out. He fucks my hole, hitting every inch of inside of me, making the jizz fly out of me like a I was a damn cum dispenser. And he makes me his little fuck toy, a mouth and a hole just for him, and teaches me everything I need to know. There might even be a collar involved. Whoa, I got kinky. This scene from Eurocreme brings that fantasy to life. Harley Everett coaches innocent, young Dan Daley on everything he needs to know about taking a fuck. And then some. Check out more below, and check out the entire scene here.

Gay Guide to Super Bowl LI: Patriots vs. Falcons

The game, the teams, the politics, the hot players, betting on Lady Gaga’s hair color and more.
From: OutSports
Tom Brady, Lady Gaga, Matt Ryan
Photos via USA TODAY Sports
 Celebrating our 16th anniversary, here is this year's Gay Guide to the Super Bowl. And what could be more gay than Lady Gaga as the halftime performer?

Super Bowl LI will be played Sunday Feb. 5 between the New England Patriots (16-2) of the American Football Conference and the Atlanta Falcons (13-5) of the National Football Conference. The Patriots are favored to win the game by the Vegas odds makers by about three points.

The Patriots have played in six Super Bowls since the 2001 season and are 4-2. The margin of victory by the winning team in those games is 3, 3, 3, 3, 4 and 4 points, which augurs for a close game Sunday. The Falcons have not appeared in the Super Bowl since the 1998 season, their only appearance.

The game will be played at Reliant Stadium in Houston. The stadium has a retractable roof, though no decision has yet been made on whether it will be open for the game. The forecast now calls for a 30% chance of rain on Sunday.

There is one report that Lady Gaga wants to perform her halftime show on the roof, which is very Gagaesque. I imagine the insurance adjusters are having a coronary over the thought.

The game will kickoff at 6:30 p.m. Eastern time after a pregame show that is about as long as the last presidential campaign. It will be shown on Fox, with Joe Buck as the play-by-play announcer and Troy Aikman as the analyst.

“Troy Aikman gay” on a Google search yields 178,000 hits. Aikman has continually denied he is gay, but his longstanding feud with media blowhard Skip Bayless keeps the story in the news.

Julio Jones
Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images
The Falcons are the home team and will wear their red jerseys with black helmets. Red is not a common Super Bowl uniform color, being worn only twice in the last 21 years (Tampa Bay in the 2002 season and Arizona in 2008).

Julian Edelman
Photo by Eric Espada/Getty Images
 The Patriots will wear their white uniforms. Teams wearing white have won 11 of the last 12 Super Bowls (the 2010 Green Bay Packers be the exception).

Tom Brady
Tom Brady is the Patriots quarterback. He is married to supermodel Gisele Bündchen, who reportedly makes more money than he does. He is also a friend of Donald Trump, and had a “Make America Great” hat in his locker.

 Brady was asked numerous questions about Trump at Super Bowl media day this week and dodged them all. “What’s going on in the world?” Brady said. “I haven’t paid much attention. I’m just a positive person.”

Regardless of what you think of his politics, Brady is an excellent quarterback and with a win Sunday will have more Super Bowl wins (five) than any QB in history.

Matt Ryan
Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images

His counterpart, Matt Ryan, is in his first Super Bowl and we have no idea as to his politics. The No. 2 overall pick in the 2008 draft, Ryan has always been a quiet, below-the-radar QB. If he was an ice cream, he’d be low-fat, no sugar added plain vanilla.

This was his breakout season, though, and he was named league MVP this season. He has been unconsciousness in the playoffs, throwing for 730 yards, seven touchdowns and zero interceptions with a 70% completion percentage.

Bill Belichick, Donald Trump and Linda Holliday, Belichick’s girlfriend.
Bill Belichick, the Patriots coach, is the best coach of his era and always has his teams ready. He has six Super Bowl rings, four as a head coach and two as an assistant. He is also a supporter of Donald Trump and sent him a letter that Trump read the night before the election.

Dan Quinn
Photo by Tim Warner/Getty Images
 I admit to knowing little about Falcons Coach Dan Quinn, who is in his second year with Atlanta after winning a Super Bowl as a defensive assistant with Seattle. He looks like the kind of guy who would get a lot of attention on Scruff or Growlr.

Americans are rooting for the Falcons:

We find that among football fans nationwide, 53% are rooting for the Falcons to win on Sunday, compared to only 27% who are pulling for the Patriots. Republicans (58/23), Democrats (54/27), and independents (47/31) all give their support to the Falcons in pretty similar numbers. The Falcons have a very positive overall image as a team- 55% of fans see them favorably to 19% with an unfavorable view. Meanwhile attitudes toward the Patriots are considerably more divided, with 43% seeing them positively and 42% negatively.

A lot of this anti-Patriots feeling has to be do with them winning a lot, the perception that they cheat and Belichick’s Darth Vaderesque demeanor. This year, though, politics are playing a role, and it’s not as clear-cut as it might appear.

Brady, Belichick and Patriots owner Robert Kraft all support Trump, yet Massachusetts and all of New England backed Hillary Clinton. Atlanta plays in the Congressional district of U.S. Rep. John Lewis, a Civil Rights icon and opponent of Trump. Owner Arthur Blank has been critical of some Trump moves and says he votes Democratic more often than not. Yet Georgia and surrounding states voted for Trump.

Being a sports fan is irrational to begin with, so people who base their rooting interest on politics can be more irrational than usual this year.

Lady Gaga is the halftime performer. Enough said. Check out this Super Bowl promo (ABOVE) for the DC Gay Flag Football League in Washington, D.C. Who’s playing? Who cares? Lady Gaga is what matters.

I was at a huge all-gay Super Bowl party in 2012 when Madonna performed at halftime. During the first half, most people were chatting and ignoring the game. Halftime comes and all eyes are glued to the TVs and it was like being in church. Halftime ends and two-thirds of the crowd leaves. I suspect we’ll see the same Sunday at many all-gay parties.

On the field, there still are no openly gay NFL players and the issue has been dormant since Michael Sam was drafted in 2014 and later cut. The Patriots, led by owner Robert Kraft, have been very gay-supportive. The Falcons, meanwhile, got in hot water prior to the 2016 draft when they asked some prospective draftees if they “liked men.”

On the plus side, our reporter Jeremy Brener went to the NFL Pro Bowl and found 14 players who would welcome an openly gay teammate. I liked this quote from Chargers defensive back Casey Hayward: “I’d be open arms to whoever. Can’t control what you feel, with who you want to be with, things like that. I’d be open to it, open arms to whoever.”

In the political sphere, Houston voters in 2015 overturned an LGBT rights ordinance passed by the city council. The opponents of LGBT rights used disgusting scare tactics about men being allowed to pose as women to assault them in restrooms.

Lady Gaga will do the halftime and I wonder if there will be any sort of a political statement from her. Country music singer Luke Bryan will sing the National Anthem. “America the Beautiful” will be sung by Renee Elise Goldsberry, Jasmine Cephas Jones and Phillipa Soo, original cast members of the Broadway hit “Hamilton: An American Musical.”

You can bet on how long it will take Bryan to sing the National Anthem, above or below 2 minutes, 15 seconds. You can also bet on the coin toss — in the 50 previous Super Bowls, heads came up 24 times, heads 26.

You can also bet on what color hair Lady Gaga will have. Blond is the safe choice at 1-5, meaning you win $1 for every $5 bet. “Any other color” gets you $3 for every $1 bet.

I can’t get worked over the commercials since they are previewed ahead of time now, so there is little suspense. At $5 million for a 30-second ad, companies still line up since the TV audience will be around 110 million viewers or more, higher than anything else all year.

The most talked about ad is likely to be the one-minute Budweiser ad “Born the Hard Way” that has a special resonance given its immigrant focus, even though the ad was filmed well before President Trump’s recent executive action on refugees:

Linebackers Rob Ninkovich (50) and Shea McClellin (58)
Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports
Here are some players to watch, in more ways than one, besides the two QBs.

Safety Devin McCourty
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Wide receiver Chris Hogan
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Running back Tevin Coleman
Photo by Tim Warner/Getty Images

Linebacker Vic Beasley 
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Fullback Patrick DiMarco
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Linebacker Paul Worrilow
Scott R. Galvin-USA TODAY Sports

Jim Buzinski on why the Patriots will win
This is a classic match up featuring the highest-scoring team in the regular season (Atlanta) against the team that gave up the fewest points (New England). This match up has occurred eight times in Super Bowl history and the stingiest defense has won seven, so that bodes well for the Patriots.

The Patriots defense is solid but not spectacular. For example, they recorded 34 sacks of the opposing QB, which put them 16th out of 32 teams (tied, ironically, with the Falcons). They ranked a solid 14th in pass defense and excelled against the run, ranking third, allowing only 83 yards a game. In contrast, the Falcons were 26th against the pass and 16th against the run. Some of this is explained by the schedule — the Falcons played a much tough group of QBs all season than did the Patriots. But the Patriots defense was consistently good when it counted.

Belichick excels at taking away the other team’s best weapons and in this case it means slowing down Ryan and Julio Jones and containing the running back tandem of Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman. I think Falcons receiver Mohamed Sanu will be an X factor — if he can shine, Atlanta will be able to move the ball.

On offense, Brady loves to spread the ball to receivers Julian Edelman, Chris Hogan, Martellus Bennett and seemingly a cast of thousands. LeGarrette Blount is the pounder at running back, with the wild card being Dion Lewis, a threat to score catching, running or returning.

The Falcons defense has been sieve-like at times this season, though it has tightened up late in the season. The key for Atlanta will be whether it can get a consistent pass rush on Brady and play tight man-to-man defense; it’s what the Broncos last year and the Texans this year in the playoffs did to great effect. Vic Beasley has 15.5 sacks during the season and a couple Sunday will be key to a Falcons win.

Both teams have solid kickers, so not much of an edge there.

The Patriots are more complete than the Falcons, with more Super Bowl experience and fewer holes on defense. I see a close game, but in the end the Patriots prevail. Patriots 30-Falcons 24

Jeremy Brener on why the Falcons will win

For the second straight season, the league's top scoring offense has reached the Super Bowl. Last year's Panthers ended up losing the big game to the defensive-minded Broncos, and this year's Falcons face the Patriots, the team allowing the fewest points this season. If the Falcons want to avoid the same fate as the Panthers, they are going to have to make this game a shootout and force Tom Brady and the Patriots to play their style of football.

The Falcon offense has done its job all season, and I think they will deliver on Sunday, even with the tall task of dissecting the stingy Patriot defense. Brady will need to be able to match the scoring of Ryan and the Falcons, but don't count this Falcons defense out. With most of their starters in Year 1 or Year 2 of their careers, Atlanta’s defenders may be young, but they shutout Aaron Rodgers and the Packers for the first half of the NFC Championship Game and forced two turnovers against Russell Wilson and the Seahawks in their first playoff game. It should be a high scoring game, but I like the Falcons to win their first Super Bowl trophy in Houston. Falcons 36-Patriots 31
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