|VENFIELD 8 is a pseudonymous artist based in Los Angeles, California, USA.|
WHAT IS THIS BLOG ALL ABOUT?
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, April 1, 2017
From: Boy Culture
|Rob, surely one of Tom's Men|
I feel like it's proveable, the theory that Rob Cryston was in every film made in the '90s. It has been said he's done over 200. I'm not sure I've had sex over 200 times. Cryston has lost himself in many roles, but he seems best at being a pig bottom. Which is not something that works on the average person's résumé, but in his business, it's a selling point
Even though we work to prevent cruelty to animals all year long, April is special at the ASPCA because it is officially Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month! Every year, we ask supporters to celebrate this month by helping us raise awareness about important issues facing animals—and we hope that you’ll join in!
In the midst of the current climate of anti-Arab bias, as a result of the 2016 presidential election, Arab Americans are celebrating their heritage in hopes that all Americans will appreciate their contributions to the U.S. During the month of April, Arab America (www.arabamerica.com), the leading provider of digital media about Arab Americans, will celebrate Arab American Heritage Month via our website, television, radio and social media platforms.
Arab America celebrates the history, culture, and people that have been enriching and shaping American society for generations. The month of April is a special opportunity to enhance understanding of the nuanced and diverse aspects of Arab American heritage that is often forgotten or intentionally avoided by the media. Arab America will debut a new feature each day in April highlighting the culture and influences of Arab Americans.
Unfortunately, Arab Americans are exposed to mostly inaccurate or stereotypical images of themselves as a result of media bias, and more recently, discriminating political rhetoric vis-à-vis the current U.S. presidential campaign. “During this election season, the increased anti-Arab bashing has made our community a target for hate and bigotry,” said Warren David, president of Arab America. “It is our intent to see a more balanced coverage of Arab Americans and their contributions during Arab American Heritage Month.”
Additionally, Arab America is combating the racism directed toward Arab Americans through a recently launched social media campaign, #HummusHaters. By naming those who vilify the Arab American community as #HummusHaters, we can express our culture positively while showing intolerance to bigotry. We hope you will join us in our campaign to raise awareness of National Arab American Heritage Month and visit our website for daily information on Arab Americans and their contributions to U.S. society.
We encourage journalists, teachers, fellow Arab American organizations, and conscientious Americans to join us in our campaign to raise awareness of National Arab American Heritage Month and visit our website for daily information on Arab Americans.
Nearly a quarter century ago, the Autism Society launched a nationwide effort to promote autism awareness, inclusion and self-determination for all, and assure that each person with ASD is provided the opportunity to achieve the highest possible quality of life. This year we want to go beyond simply promoting autism awareness to encouraging friends and collaborators to become partners in movement toward acceptance and appreciation.
Let’s embrace a new perspective. For over 50 years we have worked in communities (both large and small) to ensure our actions, through our services and programming, supported all individuals living with autism. Let’s expand this work to focus on the rest of us – ensuring acceptance and inclusion in schools and communities that results in true appreciation of the unique aspects of all people. We want to get one step closer to a society where those with ASDs are truly valued for their unique talents and gifts.
Join us in celebration for National Autism Awareness Month! National Autism Awareness Month represents an excellent opportunity to promote autism awareness, autism acceptance and to draw attention to the tens of thousands facing an autism diagnosis each year.
From today to Easter, I will be doing a daily post to celebrate this springtime holiday, both the religious and secular side.
But no matter the side the posts represent, you should find them to be sexy and/or funny.
I hope you enjoy!
Last Week Tonight
The former correspondent for The Daily Show self-admittedly looks much better without his bangs of yesteryear, and there's just something about his British accent and relentless, passionate political ribbing that makes me want an Olive in my mouth.
“Kiss the Bride”
He made a huge chart comeback with 1983’s Too Low For Zero, which included signature songs “I’m Still Standing” and “I Guess That’s Why They Call It Blues.” But the single released between those two is barely remembered. The punchy “Kiss The Bride” peaked at #25.
From: Cosmo UK
Harlequins and England Rugby Star
Daniel Care (born 2 January 1987) is an English rugby union player who plays for Harlequins in the Aviva Premiership, primarily playing at Scrum-half but he can also operate in the Fly-half role.
Care is a full England international who has made more than 100 appearances for England at 9 different levels including multiple age groups as well as England Sevens and England Saxons.
From: Deep Dish
Life Is a Banquet
The Tony Award-winning actress (Wonderful Town) - who starred in such films as The Women, His Girl Friday, Auntie Mame and Gypsy - shares her life in this wonderful autobiography, which was published a year after her death in 1976.
About God, family and migratory loneliness. In recent years, Dolly changed the title and lyrics to Smoky Mountain Memories.
We’ve come so far since the only LGBTQ representation on TV was Will & Grace. Now, we don’t need to be thin, white, beautiful lawyers to be the protagonists of our own stories: we have permission to be flaming and fat and fierce and freaky. In the face of so much opposition to the very existence of black lives, queer lives, Muslim lives, trans lives, and so many others, we need to be able to look in the mirror and feel necessary to the world around us. By highlighting people who love their difference, RuPaul encourages us to do the same.
The wicked sorceress in Sleeping Beauty was also queer-coded—cold, powerful, “unfeminine”—and oddly obsessed with young beautiful Aurora.
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