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Wednesday, May 20, 2015
VGMH BONUS!! Also in this movie was handsome Dan Kennedy who also performs in a solo scene. Big-dicked and comfortable riding a crotch rocket, we watch as Dan wrenches his bike up and then decides to get himself off, complete with a nice old-school athletic supporter cock rub on the leather seat saddle as he humps and pumps it. Finally the scents of gasoline, oil, and sweaty man all combine to fill the musty garage with the pungent aroma of sperm. The photo below is probably enough for many men (and women) to beg for a ride...on his bike?
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Thursday, May 14, 2015
There was plenty of content suitable for gay men to enjoy with this pictorial.
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Monday, May 11, 2015
The year was 1979 and the month was May. Hustler magazine not only was a publication for all-American straight men, it was for straight men who liked their smut raunchy in comparison to classier rags like Playboy. And thanks to its very progressive (when it came to sexuality and gay rights) and intellectual publisher Larry Flynt, the magazine gave the readers what they wanted but also challenged them to think. Both Penthouse and Hustler had begun including men in their sexual pictorials in the lalf of the 1970s and while some readers were upset seeing 'limp dicked men' with their hottie chicks, the popularity of the pictorials translated to more unit sales. Straight-identified males like to watch other men having sex with women in smut. Looking at the cover, for all the sex, the magazine was very topical and cultural. Interestingly, the cover from 1979 asks 'Why the politicians fear instant voting' (still an issue today) and advertises a story on 'Circumcision: Repressive mutilation' (any visit to a gym showers will confirm that cutting cocks was on its way out with parents).
Please stay tuned for part two.
Saturday, May 9, 2015
|Craig Gilmore (left) and Mike Dytri in The Living End|
There are days when it feels like everyone who I encounter is trying their best to make me angry, upset or disillusioned with getting to payday. These are definitely "glass is half empty" days at work. But let's forget about everyday insults and indignities...For courageous folks back in 1992, the time had arrived to come out fighting against a world that oftentimes spewed hatred and violence at gay men in ways that were horrifically being endorsed by large swaths of "civilized" societies around the world. The AIDS epidemic and hysteria/discrimination against gay men had reached the point where socially active people were pushing back.
Wednesday, May 6, 2015
|Gary Oldman as Joe Orton in Prick Up Your Ears|
This film is the story of the talented life and violent death of British playwright Joe Orton. "I have high hopes of dying in my prime," Joe Orton wrote in his diary in July, 1967. Less than one month later, he had been murdered by his lover in the London flat that they had shared for 15 years.
Sunday, May 3, 2015
Friday, May 1, 2015
Published in 1968, this novel, written by Drew Austin, offered up the misunderstood character of Lonnie. Handsome Lonnie was a man starved for the kind of sexual relations that society didn't approve of and had made illegal. Lonnie found the answer to his desires in prison, as well as the untouchable guard, Phil. This novel was actually part of their French Line series of books and is numbered "French Line 46." The back cover has an image of Eiffel Tower.
This book by Matt Bradley comes courtesy of Century Books and sounds the alarm that "15% of all Americans are homosexual!" This "growing national problem" of men engaging in homosexual activities together is must-reading for the concerned citizen, as it includes a slang dictionary of the special words that these homos use! Lucky, we have Matt Bradley to share with us what goes on all over the country. It's reported that Century Books published five titles between 1965-1967.