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!

Thursday, April 13, 2017

It’s a Group Thing: Top 5 Ménage à Trois in Film

From: OMG
How many peens is a crowd? Three? Four? Film and television directors have tackled this important question in titles like Dante’s Cove, Hustler White, Shortbus, Eating Out: All You Can Eat, and Interior. Leather Bar.

Let’s take a look at some of the hottest and most memorable group scenes.
Kevin Kramer 
Hustler White

He’s Naked: Eastenders and BBC Three star James Alexandrou

From: OMG
 James Alexandrou is an English actor, best known for playing the character Martin Fowler in the BBC One soap opera EastEnders. He was also the presenter of Bizarre Crime on BBC Three. Check him out below!

You Get What You Don’t Pay For At Trump Mar-a-Lago: A Record-Setting 13 Health Violations

From: Freak Out Nation
Just days before Donald Trump played host to Chinese President Xi Jinping at his ritzy Mar-a-Lago resort club, the club’s fancy kitchen was cited with an unhealthy 13 violations by Florida state inspectors.

Warning: If the whopping $200,000 fee to join doesn’t kill you, the food might.

The Miami Herald reports that the inspectors visited the Mar-a-Lago on January 26 and found three violations that ranked “high priority.” They could cause illness, perhaps death.

Inspectors “had a field day with elements that could give members of the high-class club and foreign dignitaries some pause,” said the newspaper:
Fish designed to be served raw or undercooked, the inspection report reads, had not undergone proper parasite destruction. Kitchen staffers were ordered to cook the fish immediately or throw it out.
In two of the club’s coolers, inspectors found that raw meats that should be stored at 41 degrees were much too warm and potentially dangerous: chicken was 49 degrees, duck clocked in a 50 degrees and raw beef was 50 degrees.
The winner? Ham at 57 degrees.
The club was cited for not maintaining the coolers in proper working order and was ordered to have them emptied immediately and repaired.
The kitchen was cited with other violations that were considered less deadly.

As we know, Trump recently hosted Chinese Prime Minister Xi Jinping at Mar-a-Lago, where both families enjoyed a (ahem) fine dinner after the meeting endeed. When asked in a Fox interview how the meeting went with the Chinese leader, Trump went on about the absolutely beautiful chocolate cake that was served.

Why does the phrase “Let the eat cake!” come to mind? Yeah, that.

Seriously? Trump met with a powerful world leader to discuss key issues like North Korea’s nuclear potential and, at the same time, was letting 59 missiles drop on an airfield in Syria and he wants to talk about a yummy cake?

Didn’t think we’d notice, huh, Donald. Sorry to disappoint. This tweet by MSNBC anchor Chris Hayes, for example:

Donald Trump has spent 21 of his first 84 days in office at his Palm Beach resort — at taxpayer expense. Sure, presidents have always traveled on our tax dollars, but Trump’s travel is unprecedented because he’s always traveling to one of his privately-owned properties.

In the world of business, which Trump claims to be the best in that world, it’s called “double dipping.” And it’s not ethical, or legal. Not that it matters to this Grifter-in-Chief, who’s made millions off his campaign and now presidency by violating the Emolument Clause, which states that our presidents are not allowed to earn monies from privately-held business concerns during their terms in office. And as far as that chocolate cake mention, they’re not supposed to hawk their own products either.

Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Travel Triggers Cost and Ethics Concerns

From: NBC News
 Before calling the White House home, Donald Trump used to wonder why any president would ever leave.

"If you're in the White House, who wants to take a vacation?" he once asked a campaign crowd in Spencer, Iowa. Noting the limited time a president has there, he criticized President Obama for vacationing "when there's so much work to be done."

"You're in the White House," he said. "What's better than the White House? Why these vacations?"

But since his January inauguration, Trump has spent seven of 13 weekends at his Palm Beach, Florida estate. According to NBC News' estimates by Sunday Trump will have spent 28 percent of his term traveling to or staying at Mar-a-Lago. Trump hosted his second world leader at the "winter White House" last weekend, with Chinese President Xi Jinping joining Trump for meetings Thursday and Friday. Trump stayed the rest of the weekend, frequenting his nearby golf club on both days.

 It's not just a question of travel time, but of ethics and cost efficiency, according to watchdog groups and ethics experts.

While presidents have always traveled on the taxpayer's dollar — the Obamas were partial to Hawaii and Martha's Vineyard while President George W. Bush frequented his Crawford, Texas ranch — Trump's travel is "unprecedented," one expert says, because he's repeatedly visiting his own privately owned commercial property at Mar-a-Lago.

"It's just another example of his consistent efforts to exploit public office for private gain," ethics expert Steve Schooner told NBC News. "He's using his official office and the fact that people have to travel with him, meet him, and follow him to promote his commercial enterprise, in this case his privately owned club."

"I can't think of anything like this that we've seen at anytime in the modern era," the George Washington Law School professor told NBC News. The Mar-a-Lago property is still owned by Trump, who placed his holdings in a trust overseen by his eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., and Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg before assuming office, prompting Schooner to lament that the president "should have divested from his properties to begin with."

Since Trump became president the cost of membership at Mar-a-Lago has doubled, with guests now paying $200,000 just to join.

"This is a privately owned club that for all intents and purposes was just another golf property in Florida before, that almost now is something that Americans immediately recognize," Schooner continued. "Imagine what you would have to pay to get that kind of brand recognition. That's extraordinary."

Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump
greet a marching band as they arrive at
Trump International Golf club to watch Super Bowl LI
between the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons in West Palm Beach, Florida on Feb. 5, 2017.
Carlos Barria / Reuters

Aside from concerns over who is profiting from Trump's trips, is the question of who's paying for them.

Over two-dozen A-listers from Trump's administration have visited the property over the past three months, along with high-level job applicants, and even New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, among others. While passing the days in Palm Beach, Trump has been known to spend time at his nearby golf clubs, where he may or may not take the time to hit a few balls amidst meetings and phone calls.

A White House official told NBC News that when Trump travels to Mar-a-Lago "he is staying at his home, the Southern White House, and has minimal staff with him." Hotels and meals for those federal employees involved in the trips are covered by the government, according to the official.

Even though Trump is, for the most part, working weekends, conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch thinks there are less costly ways to do it.

They estimate the cost of a back-and-forth trip from Washington to Palm Beach at about $1 million, with Air Force One costing $142,380 per hour, according to information Judicial Watch says it obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request. Other estimates put each trip's price tag as high as $3 million.

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has defended the travel, saying Mar-a-Lago "is where [Trump] goes to see his family. He brings people down there. This is part of being president."

Trump is not the only president to rack up a high tab while traveling, however. Though the White House wouldn't say exactly how much Trump's trips cost him, estimates by the Government Accountability Office show that a weekend trip taken by President Obama in 2013 to Chicago and South Florida cost about $3.6 million.

Still, Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton says the cost to taxpayers in either case is too high, calling for Trump "to try to figure out ways to save money for the taxpayer" and applauding him for using his Virginia golf clubs when he's looking to get away. Fitton doesn't question that Trump's working — "whenever a president travels, he's doing work," he says — but he does "question whether it's necessary to travel to a particular place to do the work."

Fitton issued similar calls for cost awareness and transparency during the Obama years, noting now "a little bit of anti-Trump animus" in the media's criticism of Trump's presidential travel.

The use of Mar-a-Lago to host foreign leaders, however, is justifiable in his eyes.

"It's the president's home," Fitton told NBC News. "It's probably a nice way to visit with leaders and get to know them and to do some important business with them. So it's not the end of the world that he hosts the president of China, or anyone else, down there."

The Mar-a-Lago Resort in West Palm Beach, Florida on Feb. 11, 2017.
Joe Raedle / Getty Images, file
In addition to hosting President Xi, who did not stay at Mar-a-Lago during last weekend's bilateral summit, Trump personally gifted Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe a weekend-long stay at his hotel during their tete a tete several weeks ago.

The cost of Trump's summit with President Xi hit hard on a local level, with the Palm Beach County community footing the bill, an estimated $1.5 million for Thursday and Friday's U.S.-China summit.

Palm Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw told NBC that each day President Trump spends in Mar-a-Lago costs his department $60,000.

County Commissioner Dave Kerner noted Bradshaw's cost evaluations, making the point that with Trump governing from Palm Beach County, "it becomes a very significant financial burden on the taxpayers" here.

"While he may treat it like it's the Southern White House, it's not," Kerner said, worrying about skyrocketing costs that the county hadn't budgeted for. Kerner hopes for reimbursement from the federal government to offset the burgeoning bill of Trump's visits to the area and has even suggested turning Mar-a-Lago into a special taxing district that would impose a levy on the resort to pay the president's security costs, according to an Associated Press report.

Democrats have also seized on Trump's travel, using it as a chance to call for increased transparency of who's visiting with Trump at Mar-a-Lago, as well as asking the Government Accountability Office to look into taxpayer costs and security measures related to Trump's use of the property.

In the eight years of his presidency, Barack Obama's total travel costs were at least $97 million. At the current rate, the costs of President Trump's travel could well exceed that. 

Trump Dropped the Largest Non-Nuclear Bomb in the U.S. Arsenal in Afghanistan

From: Towleroad
Donald Trump on Thursday authorized the use of a 21,000 lb bomb, the largest non-nuclear bomb in the U.S. arsenal, to target ISIS personnel and tunnels in Afghanistan.

CNN reports:

A GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast Bomb, nicknamed MOAB, was dropped at 7 p.m. local time Thursday, the sources said. The MOAB is also known as the “mother of all bombs.” A MOAB is a 21,600-pound, GPS-guided munition that is America’s most powerful non-nuclear bomb.
The bomb was dropped by an MC-130 aircraft, operated by Air Force Special Operations Command, according to the military sources. They said the target was an ISIS tunnel and cave complex as well as personnel in the Achin district of the Nangarhar province.

Each one of these bombs costs $314 million.


Easter Comes Early With Model Casey Levens In (And Out) Of A Bunny Suit

From: NewNowNext

 Easter is almost here, and that means the Easter Bunny will be hopping our way with chocolate, jelly beans, and that plastic grass that gets everywhere. But it’s a different kind of basket we’re after with this sexy spread for JÓN Magazine, featuring model Casey Levens.

 Shot by photographer Scott Teitler, “Rabbit in a Hat” is actually inspired by a magician and his rabbit, but Levans epic bone structure and prodigious posterior has us crying out “He is Risen!”

Dish of the Day #126: I'm just a hairy guy . . .

APRIL 13, 2009
From: Deep Dish

Nick Beyeler

Celebrating Today April 13th

Happy Birthday Today To:
From: Favorite Hunks & Other Things
 Rugby's Andrea Marcato turns 33 today.
 Lyle Waggoner from Wonder Woman and The Carol Burnett Show turns 82 today.







13 LGBT Superheroes To Watch Out For

From: NewNowNext

Not so much a new character, Extraño—a.k.a. Gregorio De La Vega—is a Peruvian magician first introduced to the DC Comics universe back in 1988.

One of the first gay characters in mainstream comics, Extraño was, well, problematic: He wore a flamboyant costume, called himself “Auntie,” and fought an AIDS vampire called Hemo-Goblin who infected him with HIV. (I’m not making this up.)

It was presumed Extraño and his teammates in the New Guardians died when their island base was destroyed, but the character has returned with a pretty significant role in the current Midnighter & Apollo mini-series.

Thankfully, things are much improved: He’s a Doctor Strange-type now, and more of a mature, handsome daddy. (Literally—he has a husband and child.) Given that Apollo and Midnighter are a couple themselves, he’s no longer relegated to token character status.

It’ll be interesting to see how much of Gregorio’s previous continuity will be rolled into the current take on the character.


From: Bear World
Matt Kemp
Los Angeles Dodgers 
San Diego Padres 
Atlanta Braves 

Soap Dish #2 (In Which We Celebrate General Hospital's Rick Springfield)

From: Deep Dish
 In today's Soap Dish, we celebrate the holiday season of December 1981 with 21 episodes of General Hospital featuring Dr. Noah Drake (Rick Springfield) and Nurse Bobbie Spencer (Jacklyn Zeman). Click here for the previous Soap Dish post.

Ruby Anderson - Norma Connolly
Dr. Gail Baldwin - Susan Brown
Lee Baldwin - Peter Hansen
Scotty Baldwin - Kin Shriner
Bea Barrett - Majel Barrett
Dr. Arthur Bradshaw - Martin E. Brooks
Jessie Brewer - Emily McLaughlin
Delfina - Nita Talbot
Dr. Noah Drake - Rick Springfield
Alice Grant - Lieux Dressler
David Gray - Paul Rossilli
Audrey Hardy - Rachel Ames
Dr. Steve Hardy - John Beradino
Tiffany Hill - Sharon Wyatt
Claudia Johnston - Bianca Ferguson
Slick Jones - Eddie Ryder
Dr. Seymour Katz - Jordan Charney
Joe Kelly - Douglas Sheehan
Rose Kelly - Loanne Bishop
Anne Logan - Susan Pratt
Jeremy Logan - Philip Tanzini
Emma Lutz - Merrie Lynn Ross
Mickey Miller - Milton Berle
Mike - David Mendenhall
Susan Moore - Gail Rae Carlson
Bryan Phillips - Todd Davis
Georgia Price - Lisa Figus
Dr. Alan Quartermaine - Stuart Damon
Edward Quartermaine - David Lewis
Lila Quartermaine - Anna Lee
Dr. Monica Quartermaine - Leslie Charleson
Capt. Burt Ramsey - Bob Hastings
Stacy Rawlins - Robin Eisenman
Dan Rooney - Frank Maxwell
Robert Scorpio - Tristan Rogers
Bobbie Spencer - Jacklyn Zeman
Laura Webber Spencer - Genie Francis
Luke Spencer - Anthony Geary
Dr. Zack Stewart - Steve Doubet
Randall Thompson - Chuck Wagner
Amy Vining - Shell Kepler
Heather Webber - Robin Mattson
Dr. Lesley Webber - Denise Alexander
Dr. Rick Webber - Chris Robinson
Mel Wilson - Dawson Mays

Thursday, December 3, 1981
Tiffany and Laura get drunk from a bottle of brandy. Later, Laura nearly falls over the side of the boat after Scotty sabotages a deck railing, and Heather escapes from her jail cell.

Friday, December 4, 1981
Almost everyone in town attends Rick and Lesley's engagement party.

Monday, December 7, 1981
Joe confronts Alice, who finally breaks down and admits that she accidentally shot Diana in an attempt to keep Diana from killing Heather. Luke and Ruby tell Bobbie that Noah's uncle, Senator Martin Drake, is investigating them.

Tuesday, December 8, 1981 
(a mix of English and German with subtitles)
Rick and Lesley want Lee Baldwin to defend Alice, but he recommends Scotty for the job.

Wednesday, December 9, 1981
Bobbie finally admits to Noah that she was once a hooker, but his uncle already told him.

Thursday, December 10, 1981
Milton Berle makes his debut as Tiffany's agent Mickey Miller, whom she and Laura meet up with in New York City. When he offers Laura a screen test for the new Miss Star Eyes commercial, Tiffany is green with envy. Meanwhile, Alan wants to start divorce proceedings, but his lawyer advises him to return to Monica.

Friday, December 11, 1981
Scotty soaks his and Laura's divorce papers in water. Heather is set free when the judge sentences her to six months probation.

Monday, December 14, 1981
Luke finally gives Laura his blessing to do the Miss Star Eyes screen test. While wrestling on the floor, Alan and Monica's anger turns to passion.

Tuesday, December 15, 1981
The DA at Scotty's request decides to set Alice free. After Scotty plants a story in the papers about Laura and Miss Star Eyes, Luke pays a visit to society columnist Bea Barrett.

Wednesday, December 16, 1981
After learning that Alice is leaving Port Charles, Heather persuades her mother to stay and give her another chance. After Noah is unable to say "I love you", Bobbie slips and falls in his kitchen and then reveals that she can't see.

Thursday, December 17, 1981
Tests show that no physical condition caused Bobbie's blindness. Lila wants Robert to help track down a woman.

Friday, December 18, 1981
After Bobbie reveals that she faked her blindness to see how much Noah really cared for her, they break up. David Gray, a mysterious man with a bewitching sapphire ring, begins following Laura.

Monday, December 21, 1981
Bobbie tells Luke she's leaving Port Charles to make a fresh start, while Laura celebrates her 20th birthday and wins the Miss Star Eyes contest.

Tuesday, December 22, 1981
Heather begins working in the admissions office at General Hospital, and Joe is later furious with her when she tells everyone that he asked her to marry him.

Wednesday, December 23, 1981
Rick and Lesley Webber finally remarry, while Dr. Bradshaw offers Bobbie a head nursing position at a NYC hospital.

Thursday, December 24, 1981
Everyone sings "Silent Night" during the Christmas Eve festivities at the waterfront clinic.

Friday, December 25, 1981
At General Hospital's annual children's Christmas party, Laura and Tiffany dress up like fairies, Luke and Robert are Santa's elves, and Steve Hardy shares the Christmas story.

Monday, December 28, 1981
Bobbie says her goodbyes before leaving for New York.

Tuesday, December 29, 1981
Delfina returns during Laura's first photo shoot in New York.

Wednesday, December 30, 1981
Robert finds a picture of Luke and Laura smashed on the boat and a mousetrap attached to it.

Thursday, December 31, 1981
Everyone attends Tiffany's New Year's Eve costume party. At the stroke of midnight, Laura screams in fear as she sees one of the guests wearing a sapphire ring - but he turns out to be a doctor at General Hospital.

Cosmo Centrefolds 2010

From: Cosmo UK
Making Waves
We can see all that dancing has paid off!

Essence Masculine Ad #2, 2012

Cosmo Centrefolds 2011

From: Cosmo UK
Craig Vye, who played hunky detective Ethan Scott in Hollyoaks was keen to raise awareness about the disease. "When I was at school, a close friend of mine had testicular cancer. He was only 18 at the time. Now I check myself while I'm in the shower -  it's as simple as that"

Craig Vye (born 19 July 1983), is an English actor, best known for his role as Ethan Scott in teen soap opera Hollyoaks.

Craig was born in Hertfordshire, England. Vye trained at RADA, graduating in 2005. He was a member of the Big Spirit Youth Theatre starring in various roles such as Rosencrantz in Hamlet, Demetrius in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Eiliff in Mother Courage, Augustus in The Importance of Being Ernest, Ralph in The Lord of the Flies.

36 Fetishes Every Gay Man Should Know

From: The Advocate

I didn't believe this was a real fetish until I looked it up. Balloon fetishes, which are very real, seem to be related to the tension of them popping, a tension that some consider very erotic.

Here Comes Peter Cottontail.....

19 Inspiring Trans People-Currently In Sports-You Should Know About

From: OutSports

The incredibly successful swimmer at the Univ. of Michigan set school and Big Ten conference records and earned all-American honors at the NCAA Championship this season.

Cosmo Centrefold Hall of Fame

From: Cosmo UK
Brian Friedman
American Choreographer

Brian L. Friedman (born May 28, 1977) is an American dancer and choreographer.

Friedman has created the choreography for many popular music artists – such as Britney Spears, Cher, Beyoncé Knowles, and Mariah Carey – as well as for music videos, concert tours, and television and film productions.

365 Groovy Books Worth Reading

From: Deep Dish
Whores of Lost Atlantis 
Charles Busch

Joan Rivers described Busch's first novel as "wicked, loving and hysterically funny - quite a combination!", while Armistead Maupin said the book "reads like an inspired collaboration between Patrick Dennis and the editors of Inches magazine."

History's 125 Hottest Gay-Porn Stars:

From:  Boy Culture

Vlad the impaler
Vladimir Correa 

Despite the Russian name, Correa was a Brazilian bodybuilder who brought a perfectly proportioned body and a stoic, pile-driving top's mentality to the few gay roles I saw him in—but he sure looked great in the magazines. One choice video was Inside Vladimir Correa (1991), which was completely mistitled! He later did bi and then straight roles, working until at least 2000.
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