Monday, July 30, 2012

Bo and Jeff (Part Two)

Let's see, the last time we looked down inside this dark hole-in-the-wall tavern, Jeff Scott (above) was lusting hot and heavy for a taste of bartender Bo.  The bar was empty of other customers and Bo's ball sack was in need or relief, so Richard was on his knees faster than anything once Bo gave the nod okay.  That bartender would be Bo Richards, who worked in the business between 1979 and about 1982. Later this week we'll enjoy some additional photos he took for the January 1982 Honcho magazine edition.

But if there's a lesson to be learned from today's retro photo set, it's to always wear the right color socks when you leave home, since you never know when someone will be fucking you with your shoes and socks on.
A true gentleman, it looks like Bo makes sure that his bar bitch climaxes, too!

Saturday, July 28, 2012

Bo Richards and Jeff Scott

As the text in this nifty magazine declares, "Sex and guys.  Those were the two things that were always on Jeff Scott's mind."  Heck, that statement could also describe about 99% of what us men are usually thinking about.  The adult magazine that these photos originated with were from the classic Nova Studios' 1981 movie The Main Attraction.  Bo Richards (that's him standing in the photo above) stars as the hunky jocky bartender. In some serious need of male bonding, tavern customer Jeff Scott (he's deep throating Bo's dick) gets exactly what he wanted-a testosterone filled cock-tail.

On a personal note, it's wonderful to be back!  The last few months proved to be a very  challenging time for me.   But because it could have been so much worse, especially compared to what many other people have to deal with, I'm not going to whine.  I just want to offer a VERY heartfelt thank-you to the special blog friends who took their time to email me and let me know that I was missed.  And to everyone in our little VGMH clubhouse, thanks for sticking around.  Getting back to posting daily (which I did for about three years nonstop) may take a little more time, but on with the show!

 Please stay tuned for part two of this thirst-quenching photo spread!

Friday, July 27, 2012

Gay Olympic Media History, circa 2008

Matthew Mitcham (Photo: Chris Hyde/Getty Images)

Matthew Mitcham made history in 2008 when NBC Olympics President Gary Zenkel issued an apology for the network's edited coverage of Matthew's gold medal win.  In a nail-biting upset that few predicted possible, the then-20-year-old Mr. Mitcham proudly took home a gold medal in the 10-meter platform event at the Beijing Olympics, beating out the Chinese favorites. But unlike other gold medal winners, who typically are also awarded an up-close television depiction of their personal life leading up to their victory, it appeared that the network had a problem with equating "competitive athletic hero to be respected and admired for his achievement" and "gay man."


"We regret that we missed the opportunity to tell Matthew Mitcham's story," Zenkel said in a statement. "We apologize for this unintentional omission."  The statement only came after NBC Sports spokesman Greg Hughes defended the network's decision not to mention that Mitcham is gay and happily in love with his life partner.   As an elated Matt ran into the stands after his big win to give his partner, Lachlan Fletcher, a kiss, NBC's cameras quickly cut away.  Despite intensive coverage of other gold medalist's personal lives during the Games, NBC failed to mention that Mitcham was gay, or show footage of the diver's partner cheering him on and congratulating him after the win.

Matt and Lachlan
 Good luck in London, Matthew!   
VGMH hopes you win another gold.

Outsports has listed 21 openly gay and lesbians Olympic athletes for the 2012 Summer Games:
Marilyn Agliotti (Netherlands, field hockey); Judith Arndt (Germany, cycling); Seimone Augustus (U.S., basketball); Natalie Cook (Australia, beach volleyball); Lisa Dahlkvist (Sweden, soccer); Carlien Dirkse van den Heuvel (Netherlands, field hockey); Imke Duplitzer (Germany, fencing); Edward Gal (Netherlands, equestrian); Jessica Harrison (France, triathlon); Carl Hester (Britain, equestrian); Alexandra Lacrabère (France, handball); Jessica Landström (Sweden, soccer); Hedvig Lindahl (Sweden, soccer);  Matthew Mitcham (Australia, diving); Maartje Paumen (Netherlands, field hockey); Carole Péon (France, triathlon); Mayssa Pessoa (Brazil, handball); Megan Rapinoe (U.S. soccer); Lisa Raymond (U.S., doubles tennis); Rikke Skov (Denmark, handball); and Ina-Yoko Teutenberg (Germany, cycling).

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Please Stay Tuned...

I'm happy to be able to say that VGMH will be returning to regularly scheduled programing, probably within in the next few weeks.  More information to come.  As always, thank you for your support!  Steve.