Friday, September 2, 2011


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Boys will be Boys and Girls 

will often be Boys too!

This is just a gratuitous display of not enough skin.

Six Gay Men Straight Women Find Hot

How I Met Your Mother and Harold and Kumar star Neil Patrick Harris. 

"How I Met Your Mother" and "Harold and Kumar" 
star, Neil Patrick Harris. (AP Photo/Matt Sayles)
International recording superstar and single dad  
Ricky Martin, shown with twin sons Matteo and 
(AP Photo/Courtesy of Ricky Martin, Pablo Alfaro)

John Amaechi became the first openly gay NBA 
player after his retirement. 
 (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)
"Will & Grace" scene-stealer and Newsweek lightning rod, 
Sean Hayes, is currently appearing on Broadway in "Promises, 
 (AP Photo/Richard Drew)
British Singer Will Young
Singer Rufus Wainwright.
Singer Rufus Wainwright.     
(AP Photo/David Azia)
Via Newser 

Mommy, they're just like me...

My oldest son is six years old and in love for the first time. He is in love with 
Blaine from Glee. 
For those who don’t know Blaine is a boy …a gay boy, the boyfriend of one 
of the main characters, Kurt. 
This isn’t a ‘he thinks Blaine is really cool’ kind of love. It is a mooning at a 

picture of Blaine’s face for a half hour followed by a wistful “He’s so pretty” 
kind of love.

He loves the episode where the two boys kiss. My son will call people in from 

other parts of the house to make sure they don’t miss his ‘favorite part.’ He’s 
been known to rewind it and watch it over again …and force other to, as well, 
if he doesn’t think people have been paying enough attention.

This infatuation doesn’t bother me or his father. We live in a very hip-liberal 
neighborhood, many of our friends are gay, and idea of having a gay son isn’t 
something that bothers either of us. Our son is going to be who he is, and it is 
our job to love him. End of story. 

He is also six. Six year olds get obsessed with all kinds of things. This might not 
mean anything at all. We always joke that he’s either gay, or we have the best 
blackmail material in the history of mankind when he’s a 16 year old straight boy. 
(Take that naked bath time pictures!)

Then the other day we were traveling across the state listening to the Warblers 
album (of course), and in the middle of Candles, my son pipes up from the back seat.
Mommy, Kurt and Blaine are boyfriends.”
Yes, they are,” I affirm.
They don’t like kissing girls. They just kiss boys.”
That’s true.”
Mommy, they are just like me.”
That’s great, baby. You know I love you no matter what?”
I know…” I could hear him rolling his eyes at me.
When we got home I recapped this conversation to his Dad, and we stood simply 
looking into each other’s eyes for a moment. Then we smiled.
So if at 16 he wants to make a big announcement at the dinner table, we can say 
‘You told us when you were six. Pass the carrots’ and he’ll be disappointed we stole 
his big dramatic moment,” my husband says with a laugh and hugs me.
Only time will tell if my son is gay, but if he is, I am glad he’s mine. I am glad he has 
been born into our family; a family full of people who will love and accept him. People 
who will never want him to change. With parents who will look forward to dancing at 
his wedding.
And I have to admit, Blaine would be a really cute son-in-law.

Ramon Johnson

Why don't we like Chaz Bono?

       By , Guide
Chaz Bono
Let's face it: There's little about transgender people that we understand. First, the term itself is an awfully broad representation, especially when we consider a number of people who identify themselves in different ways, from full-time gender recognition to part-time gender expression to sexualities that don't align with heterocentric norms. It's much easier to lump the variety of gender queer and transsexual people into an all-inclusive "T." One letter is easier to digest, much like the often misrepresented acronym LGBT, also known as "anything but straight."
At this point, unless you live under a rock, you've seen a transgender person somewhere. We stare and say we accept, but there are hidden stipulations: Perform, but do not reveal. This is because we like static things. It's not our fault; it's our human nature. We like a woman to always look like a woman and a man a man. We like to know that our 6-foot-tall neighbor will be 6 feet tall tomorrow and the next day. We like to know what people are and more honestly, what category to put them in.
f not, it trips those little brain waves that govern how we relate to others, especially ones we perceive as different. And in this, perhaps we've established a comfort in our discomfort with trangenderism. Even if we don't understand what it's like to express ourselves as another gender or live as the wrong gender, in many cases we accept it (I'm tempted to use the "T" word "tolerate") as long as the wizard stays under her cloak.
We'll watch the drag show in its pageantry, but don't want a peak backstage—which is one of the reasons why famed entertainers like RuPaul has seen success in mainstream culture. Rupaul the woman is a woman for the duration of her time on air. And when not, Charles the man is a man in a separate segment.
But Chaz Bono broke the forth wall. He lifted the curtain by inviting America to witness his permanent transition in action. It was not make believe like some are eager to think when they look at drag. America was invited to experience Chaz's inner struggles with his gender identity. The story hit home because he's now one of two sons by icon Cher. America has never witnessed this part of transgenderism in the light. It's always been veiled under parodies, stories of violence, or other dark news stories.
Chaz's stories of pain have turned into ones of triumph and sadly a number of people have expressed their outrage over ABC's decision to invite him to the cast of Dancing With The Stars. Chaz's inner struggle can no longer be denied. He's happy, at least with his gender identity and expression, and now he's going to dance.
arents will be forced to answer questions about gender identity and ultimately all of the "T" to their children. Others will be asked indirectly to consider how they feel about Chaz's transition and consider the idea that his experience is shared by many. Ultimately, many of us will have to accept what has not before been so obvious: That there is happiness in finally being able to feel comfortable in our own bodies and that sometimes mother nature just gets it wrong.
Suggested Read: Trans Is Different Than Being a Lesbian
Can somebody look gay?
Well, sure! But there are all kinds of 'looking gay.' First, there is the stereotypical 
'camp queen' as portrayed by John Inman in BBC's "Are you Being Served?" His character, 
Mr. Humphries, was a prancing little fairy who barely could keep his loafers planted on 
the ground.
Image Via The Daily Mail
Then, there is is the "gorgeous gay," the a guy has killer good looks and a superb sense 
of style. In short, he is uber-HOT! He may well actually be gay but he dosen't necessarily 
have to be. This is an undeniable truth: there are grotesquely unfashionable gay men out 
there and exceptionally fashionable straight men too. Therefore, it's near impossible to 
generalize. Although chances are gay men will make more effort to look like mythical gods 
with perfect hair, glowing skin and chiseled bodies than the typical straight man. Of course,  
that's just speculation on my part.
work crap guys john barrowman good-looking straight gay identifies omnisexual
Image Via Space Debris
Then again, there are guys like John Barrowman who are way too good-looking to be 
labelled straight, gay or anything else. He self-identifies himself as an 'omnisexual.' 
Dunno what that means but it looks damn good! And who knows? Maybe he is up for 
the occasional struggle in the percale with someone who also has a penis. One can 
live in hope.

And, if a guy who looks like the dreamboat 
below wants to show off copious amounts 
of epidermis, who's to complain?
wen hot
I'm simply up for enjoying the view!

And while we're dreaming...
[rusty.jpg] Image Via Class Your Man
Rusty Joiner has modeled for Abercrombie and Fitch, Undergear, Men's Health and Men's 
Fitness to name just a few. Born December 11, 1972, in Montgomery, Alabama, he was raised 
in Atlanta, Georgia. 
After being discovered in Atlanta, he spent the next several years modeling in Milan, Paris 
and South America. Joiner achieved success quickly doing exclusive campaigns for: PRADA,
WATER, and POWERADE. For two years he was the exclusive  underwear model and spokesman 
He has made guest appearances on EXTRA, THE VIEW, THE RuPAUL SHOW, THE DONNIE AND 
been seen on the pages of VANITY FAIR, ROLLING STONE, COSMOPOLITAN, and numerous covers 
of Men’s Health, Physical, MUSCLE MEDIA, and as of the February 2005 issue, eleven MEN’S FITNESS 
covers making him the most recognizable face in fitness in the past five years.
Since moving to Los Angeles, he has been working as an actor in film, television and commercials. 
His credits include the feature DODGEBALL, starring Ben Stiller and Vince Vaughn, ER, DR. VEGAS, 
BOSTON PUBLIC, SPIN CITY, PACIFIC BLUE and the hit series CSI: MIAMI. He most recently booked 
his first Television Pilot co-starring alongside David Arquette in the new CBS show COMMUTERS.
Interestingly enough, when he first arrived in L.A., he tended bar at at a gay club. No doubt, he 
was the recipient of many a gay man's admiration and and affection, not to mention a lot of their 
hard-earned cash as they vied for a non-existent chance of having a tumble in the hay with him!!! 
Joiner is a raging hetero.
Retro Pretty Boy, Keir Dullea
Is it just me, or do you also see a passing resemblance to Rusty Joiner? 
...My partner says it's just me.
Via TheMom

Old and Gay by Neal McKenna ©     
Nobody loves you when you’re old and gay. Well generally, that’s what gay culture would 
have you believe. But is there really such a thing as “aging out” of the gay scene, like we’re 
all part of some sort of queer Little League team? You know the story... If you are a gay man 
and not married or otherwise paired off by the time you are 30, you might as well cast yourself 
upon the funeral pyre of your fading youth and end it all right now. Can this really be true? 
Well, the answer is: maybe, yes and no. It all depends on you. 
Statistically speaking, based on data gleaned from surveys conducted in the United States, the 
picture for a retired single gay male is not so very rosy. Granted, because he probably hasn’t had 
a family to support, he may be more affluent than his hetero counterpart. But he may also be a 
lot more isolated. Indicators show nearly 20% of gay seniors have no one to care for them should 
they fall ill, as opposed to 2% of heterosexual seniors. Worse yet, 2/3 of gay seniors live alone 
while only 1/3 of heterosexual seniors find themselves in the same circumstances. 
Today, gay men are coming out at increasingly younger ages. Openly gay teens may not be 
involved in actual relationship-relationships but they are most certainly involved in “getting it 
on” much earlier in life. Gay bars brim with 18 to 21-year-olds looking for same, on the prowl 
for lusty sex and serial conquests, leaving all “the sad old queens” on the sidelines. And let’s 
not forget the legalisation of gay marriage. This Constitutional tidbit has also contributed to 
increased pressure for gay men to find true love “before it’s too late.” Too late for what? I’m 
not quite sure. 
Just remember, being single doesn’t necessarily make gay men of “a more mature vintage” 
desperate charity cases. Admittedly, on the other hand, it doesn’t do anything to alleviate the 
self-imposed pressure an aging gay may place upon himself, either. So, if you’re fast approaching 
your “sell by date” and still looking for Mister Right, maybe it’s time to change your modus operandi. 
Let’s face it! Disco Danny has to hang up his dancing shoes sometime. The ticking clock can only 
be held at bay for so long before time and lopped-off stretched skin runs out. 
Alas, in the real world, searching for the Fountain of Youth is most certainly the impossible dream, 
no matter how many rejuvenating creams you apply, how much plastic surgery you may endure or 
excessive hours you put in at the gym. Face it fella, if you’re breathing, then you are getting older – 
but that certainly beats the alternative, now, doesn’t it? So, if the bars and dance clubs are for the 
young bucks, where should the mature stags hang out? Is there truly a chance of any “gay life” for 
older gay men? Yes, of course there is. You just have to know where to find it.
Getting older in an ageist society is no picnic whether you’re gay, straight, or anywhere in between. 
Besides the bars and clubs, there are numerous other places and ways to make connections with men 
who share your age and interests. For starters, you could try the Internet. It’s a great way for isolated 
gays of all ages to stay in touch with one another. As a matter of fact, I met my guy on the Net. At the 
time, I was 52 and he was 31. Not only that, he was living in England and I was in Canada. We have 
been married since 2000 and have made South Africa our home for the past 8 years. So, nobody can 
tell me the Internet isn’t an option!
There are dozens – probably hundreds – of South African sites aimed at the mature gay man seeking 
friendship, dating or just a quick struggle in the straw. Search with something like “older+gay+dating+
(your country)” and you’ll be sure to find something to tickle your fancy. And, like me, you might even 
make a long-lasting romantic connection. 
Maybe at the clubs “nobody likes a fairy when he’s 40,” but in cyberspace, it’s an entirely different 
world. Here, the older man is king! If you’re new to online dating, there’s an excellent guide to doing 
it successfully and safely at Then, you can take what you learn 
and use it while you are surfing the South African sites or whatever ones suit you best. A good place to 
start might be
If the Internet seems a little too intimidating, then try some of the old-fashioned methods in your quest 
to find a man. Join social clubs like SA Bears or SA Leathermen. If you look around, there is bound to 
be an organisation to fit your particular interests and proclivities. Volunteer at the Wits Gay and Lesbian 
Library; join a local gay action group; ask friends (ones who really know you well) to “fix you up.” 
Believe it or not, lots of great relationships have started as blind dates. Hobbies and everyday activities 
can also present opportunities for locating a potential mate. Just walking your dog, reading a book at a 
favourite coffee shop, browsing the antique shops, or even what you pick up at the grocery store may 
attract another guy’s attention.
And always remember, you are not the only one who is out there looking. Think of ways to start conver-
sations with those men you find handsome or interesting. Don’t be a shameless tart, but also test the waters 
with attractive younger men when the opportunity presents itself. Keep in mind that some of those young 
cutie-boys do have a thing for older men. 
The point is you have to seize the moment! So, get off your delicately powdered ass! Forget about what 
worked in the past; that was then, this is now! Put yourself “out there.” Create a whole new social whirl 
for yourself. Do anything but don’t sit home alone, feeling sorry for yourself. After all, you aren’t getting 
any younger!

David Hasselhoff Performs in Gay 
Bar with Baywatch Drag Queens

While taking in a performance of his daughters' new band in a gay club, 
David Hasselhoff joined them onstage along with a trio of drag queens clad 
in Baywatchswimsuits, reports the U.K. paper Daily Mail.
lad in tight jeans and a sleeveless shirt he took to the stage at the popular 

London venue G-A-Y on August 20 to help promote his daughters Taylor-Ann 
and Hayley's new singing group, Bella Vida. Hasselhoff, who had a popular 
recording career in Germany, sang a few of his hits along with his daughters 
and a pair of drag performers dressed in swimsuits to honor the former 
Baywatch star.                Via ADVOCATE.COM

                               1st image Via Night is half gone
                               2nd image Via Internet Debris
I think the 2nd title would have sold better.

Rosie is the babe even lesbians are afraid of. 
Imagine where we gay boys stand?

And now, here's something 
a little out of the ordinary.
Via Art Elements & Principles

But it cannot be denied... 
all gay men have the 
faaaaaaaaaabulous gene!
Via Sodahead 

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Now, this just looks gay...

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After all, they're just sleeping together. 
Yeah, okay, I'll admit the guy
in front seems to be levitating.
It's hard to keep a good fairy down.
And, just look at his basket!



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