January 27, 2015

UBC buys two rare books that might have been written by Wilde

The University of British Columbia just shelled out almost $40,000 for two books which may or may not have been written by Oscar Wilde.
Teleny and its sequel Des Grieux were written in the late 1800s. They were purchased for $16,000 and $22,000 respectively, with much of the money coming from a UBC student's crowdfunding campaign.
The books are two of the very first gay-themed novels ever published. However, the possibility that Wilde wrote them is difficult to prove, as they were written anonymously. 
Erotic bookseller and pornographer Charles Hirsch, a contemporary of Wilde's, claimed he was asked to hold the manuscript for a while. He said it was delivered by one of the boys who were often seen hanging out with Wilde, and that on two occasions, two of Wilde's boys would collect the package and later return with it.
Hirsch claimed he later peaked at the manuscript, which was Telany, and that he was convinced Wilde had written parts of it. As it was handwritten in different handwriting styles, scholars think it may have been written in a round-robin style by several different people.
"In less than a week I was over halfway to the goal. I wanted to raise around $3000, which I thought would be a very competitive bid," said Justin O'Hearn. He discovered that the books were up for sale while doing research on his PhD dissertation in Victorian literature. 
​"Teleny is very explicit. It's probably the first novel that focuses not on simply gay activities but on a romantic relationship between two men," explained Gregory Mackie, an assistant professor in UBC's English department. 
​The books are so expensive because they are extremely rare. Only three copies of Des Grieux are known to exist. Telany is less rare; there were about 200 copies of Teleny published, of which five full sets of the two-volume novel remain.   
That's a lot of money to spend on a couple books.
Rare Oscar Wilde books a ‘huge coup’ for UBC and queer studies [Daily Xtra]
Wilde times: rare book coup for UBC [UBC]

"McTucky Fried High," where the food is literally gay

There's a strange new animated web-series that you may want to check out. McTucky Fried High explores issued of gender identity, coming out and bullying. And the characters are all food!

You can check out the first episode below and follow the rest on YouTube as they come out twice a month.

January 26, 2015

Kazaky's "What You Gonna Do"

These boys know how to move! 

January 25, 2015

“My Husband’s Not Straight”

According to George Takei: "Some friends of mine had fun lampooning My Husband's Not Gay on TLC, which showcases gays in Salt Lake who are married to women. What if straight men tried the same in a gay world? Have a look friends."

January 24, 2015

Bel Ami boys file suit against unknown blogger

BelAmi foreskin gay pornThis week, a US judge allowed seven BelAmi models to subpoena Google in order to get the name of the owner/operator of a blog. The seven models want to know who to sue over copyright infringement.
The site, BelAmiGossip.Blogspot.com, is accused of stealing and posting copyrighted images without permission
Performers Tom Pollock, Claude Sorel, Jack Harrer, Jamie Durrell, Jean-Daniel Chagall, Johan Paulik and Kevin Worhol are listed in the court brief. They are looking for compensation for unspecified damages for each picture posted on the blog. They also want to site to be ordered to stop posting more images, and would like their legal fees covered.
Attorney Gill Sperlein says little is known about the site's operator except that he is known as M. Stevens and likely lives in London. 
Someone's about to get royally fucked by 7 hot uncut studs, but we don't think he's going to like it!

January 23, 2015

Stars and their sex toy stories

What did Eric Stonestreet send his TV hubby Jesse Tyler Ferguson? Well, his mother wouldn't approve ...

And Rob Lowe was forced to shoot a show next to a dildo factory!

VOTE: Who's the hottest porn star?

Darius Ferdynand joins Johnny Hazzard in the quarter-finals, after beating out Chris Bines and Paul Canon for the spot! 

This week we have three new studs. Sean Cody's Dean is smooth and muscled and in need of a good tongue bath. Jake Wilder is a beefy boy not afraid of a good hard fuck. And Jesse Montgomery is a mop topped twink with a pervy little mind! 

Click the pics to see each contender's galleries, then vote for your favorite. 

You'll want to run your tongue over this stud's smooth body! Dean - Sean Cody: You'll want to run your tongue over this stud's smooth body!
A total hottie for men who like their boys big and beefy! Jake Wilder: A total hottie for men who like their boys big and beefy!
Beneath that mop of blond hair is a total sex fiend! Jessie Montgomery: Beneath that mop of blond hair is a total sex fiend!

Who is the HOTTEST?

Dean - Sean Cody
Jake Wilder
Jessie Montgomery

Winners advance to the QUARTER-FINALS:

Quarter-finalist! Darius Ferdynand: Quarter-finalist!
Quarter-finalist! Johnny Hazzard: Quarter-finalist!

Last Week's RUNNERS UP:

Runner-up to Darius Ferdynand. Chris Bines: Runner-up to Darius Ferdynand.
Runner-up to Darius Ferdynand. Paul Canon: Runner-up to Darius Ferdynand.


Semi-finalist! Jack Harrer: Semi-finalist!
Semi-finalist! Colt Rivers: Semi-finalist!


Finalist! Luke Adams: Finalist!


2013/14 Porn Star of the Year! Paddy O'Brian: 2013/14 Porn Star of the Year!


January 22, 2015

Major UK Internet provider starts blocking porn sites

A major Internet service provider (ISP) in the UK has just advised customers that all "adult content" will now be automatically blocked. Sky told its 5.3 million users that over the next few weeks, they will start seeing notices to "opt-in" when trying to view adult material online.
Sky says this is part of a push to make the Internet safer for minors. However, brand director Lyssa McGowanin said that the opt-in process would not be difficult.
"What we’re doing now is simply making sure that the automatic position of Sky Broadband Shield is the safest one for all – that’s ‘on’, unless customers choose otherwise," she explained. "So how will it work? When trying to visit a website deemed unsuitable for children under the age of 13 during the day, customers will see a page reminding them to make a choice about filtering.
"At this point, they can accept the current setting, change their protection levels or simply turn Sky Broadband Shield off."
Users will have to log in to their Sky profile page to change the settings. Forget your password and you won't be wanking off tonight!
Last year Prime Minister David Cameron asked Internet service providers to make online filtering mandatory. It looks like he might be getting his wish.
One major issue: sites that are not adult in nature are often blocked by these filters. In the past, universities, libraries, public schools and private filtering software companies have all come under fire for blocking non-adult gay sites like Advocate.com and PFLAG.org, because terms like "gay" and "queer" and "lesbian" are often used as markers for censoring XXX content. LGBT youth seeking support could find their search that much more difficult.
Of course, now that Sky has acted it won't be long before other British ISPs follow suit.
Sky Broadband Shield: Porn-blocking filter is 'switched on'  [The Independent]

First peak at Ellen DeGeneres' gay-themed sitcom

Ellen is back in the sitcom game, though this time she won't be doing any on-camera work. The comedian is producing a new show for NBC called One Big Happy.
The show will launch in March, and is about a straight man (Nick Zano) and gay woman (Elisha Cuthbert) who decide to have a baby together. But just when Cuthbert's character gets pregnant, Zano lands a serious girlfriend. Hilarity - we hope - ensues (though based on the trailer below, don't expect too much!).
"You will love it, and I'll tell you why," said Ellen. "There's a lesbian in it." Um, just the one? How do we even know she's a lesbian then?

January 21, 2015

#EggplantFriday banned by Instagram


Apparently, Instagram is run by a bunch of penis-hating prudes.

The image sharing social media site has banned members from using the popular hashtag #EggplantFriday. 

The hashtag was used by members sharing pictures of their members. Well hung men, still fully clothed, would post images of their large cocks pushing against the fabric of their underwear or shorts or jogging pants. They were basically sharing dick pics without showing an actual dick. And they were beautiful!

However, once the cat - or eggplant, in this case - was out of the bag, Instagram swooped in and blocked the hashtag from being used. And the world seemed just a little sadder.

Gossip site TMZ is calling on people to revise the hashtag with #FreeTheEggplant, while others have suggested using #EggplantFridayS. Of course, it won't take long for Instagram to ban those as well.
So for those of you who missed out on the fun, here are some of pictures of beautiful eggplants. Enjoy!

The history of gay dolls

In this fully poseable episode of HOMEWERQ, Mike and Matinga discuss homosensual dolls and action figures. It's actually very interesting!

January 20, 2015

Billy Crystal thinks gay sex scenes on TV are just too much

Billy CrystalBilly Crystal owes part of his career to one of his first TV roles: that of openly gay Jodie Dallas in the 1970s series Soap. Dallas was the first out character to regularly appear on a network television show.
So it was somewhat of a shock when the comedian declared that the current depiction of homosexuality might be going too far. He made the comments while discussing his ground-breaking role from four decades ago.
"I did [Soap] in front of a live audience," Crystal said, "and there were times where I would say to [the actor who played his boyfriend], 'Bob, “I love you,' and the audience would laugh nervously - because, you know, it’s a long time ago - that I’d feel this anger.
"I wanted to stop the tape and go, 'What is your problem?' Because it made you sort of very self-conscious about what we were trying to do then. And now it’s just, I see it and I just hope people don’t abuse it and shove it in our face — well, that sounds terrible — to the point of it just feels like an everyday kind of thing."
When asked which shows might be pushing the envelope too far, he replied: "Sometimes, it's just pushing it a little too far for my taste and I'm not going to reveal to you which ones they are."
His remarks were met with little support from the online LGBT community.
"Nothing against being Billy Crystal, just don't want it shoved in my face," one person tweeted.

"I'm going to assume Billy Crystal has had some sort of stroke," tweeted another.
Crystal is currently promoting his new series The Comedians, in which he plays an unfunny heterosexual man. 

SNL lampoons Justin Bieber's Calvin Klein ad

Justin Bieber (played by Kate McKinnon) strips down for some new Calvin Klein underwear ads.

January 19, 2015

Bryan Hawn does Sia while showing off his ass

Bryan Hawn

Bryan Hawn is a bit of a fitness nut (though looking at this video you'd never tell!). He also likes to pose and lip synch to all his favorite pop songs. His latest: Sia's "Elastic."

This video was posted four days ago and has already been viewed over 35,000 times. Either people love watching a hot guy miming the words to a popular song, or they just can't stop checking out that butt! We think it's the latter!