Actor Russell Tovey, who is openly gay, has spent most of his career playing heterosexual roles (he's straight-for-pay!). He recently spoke with PrideSource about his first major gay role in the queer-centric HBO series Looking.
Of course, we're most interested in his sex scenes with Jonathan Groff. Tovey admits that as they are both into men, it makes the scenes easier to shoot.
"You can do anything; your hands go everywhere, and it's fine," Tovey explained. "Neither of us at any point feels uncomfortable, and that's why it's so good. We just completely trust each other, and we go for it. Neither of us hold back or feel any pang of responsibility for the other one when it comes to that. We just trust each other on a completely open level. Either of us could go to the other, 'Hey, you should put your dick in there.'"
Tovey also discussed his bum, which he seems quite happy to show off.
He said: "In the future, I imagine myself looking back and going, "God, I had a nice ass. Glad I got that out." If it's there now, I'm getting it out because it's not always gonna look like that. I don't want to hide it. And it's nice that people like it. I've been very lucky. I've grown it myself, and I also have my parents to thank for it being well-received."
Yes, more bum please! Check out the rest of the interview here!
The hotties from the Warwick Rowers have a special treat for the holidays: a full length documentary about the making of their popular calendar.
“You’re going to LOVE our new film," the producers explained. "Shot in Ultra HD on location in the English countryside and on the beautiful beaches of southern Spain, this stunning documentary follows the filming of the 2015 calendar.
Included: lots of interviews with the boys and behind-the-scenes footage. Here's a teaser:
Designer Tom Ford has released a controversial new necklace for the true penis lovers out there. It's a cock-themed pendant that resembles a cross.
The penis pendant is being sold for the low, low price of $790 and comes (no pun intended) in your choice of gold and silver, and your choice of size (small, media or large. No, there is no life-sized option!).
Bill Donohue of the Catholic League is not impressed. “When we learned of this item, I said to the staff that I bet this guy Tom Ford is a homosexual," he said. "I was right. He even thinks he’s married.”
Of course, Ford is married to his 66-year-old partner Richard Buckley. Maybe he should send Donohue one for Christmas!
Size queens rejoice! We have listed the very best of the big boys, whose tools are sure to make your bum-holes quiver in anticipation! So without further ado, here are the best big cocks of 2014 (in random order) ....
Popular military-themed site Active Duty, which features amateur, all-American military guys in hardcore and solo videos, has been acquired by Next Door Entertainment’s Buddy Profits. Dink Flamingo will continue as Active Duty's lead director.
“I am very pleased that Dink has agreed that Buddy Profits is best able to ensure the continuity of his ‘labor of love’ and the ongoing growth of the Active Duty brand," said Stephan Sirard, President of Next Door Entertainment. "I have a great deal of respect for Dink, what he has accomplished in this industry, and the brand that he has created. Our intention is to stay true to his vision while extending our reach into the military fetish niche.”
Dink Flamingo, who founded of Active Duty added: “I’m very happy Active Duty has found a new home within the Buddy Profits program. It’s an honor to be among such brands as Falcon, Next Door Studios, Raging Stallion, Hot House and so many others. In an ever-changing high-stakes game like the adult entertainment industry, where it becomes survival of the fittest, it’s always a good idea to align yourself with the sharpest players at the table.”
Flamingo explained that he was ready for a change. “I’ve always known that my true strength was recruiting the right talent to create a very popular product," he explained. "I was never a marketing person or a business genius. I did the best I could with what I had. This deal will allow me to continue doing what I love most about my job and leaving the rest to the talented minds at Buddy Profits. Together our combined talents will make Active Duty better than it’s ever been. I’m very excited about the future.”
The site will show off its brand new look on December 15.
Wow, it wasn't even close last week. Dario Beck was the obvious winner taking in more votes than both his competitors!
This means we have room for three brand new men. Evan Parker is very cute twink with a very nice dink. Jaxton Wheeler has that "I'm an evil magician" look; he also has the big wand to match. And Jimmy Fanz is quite happy to be the hairy hunk of the day!
Click the pics to see each contender's galleries, then vote for your favorite.
Jessy Ares: Bearded and hot, he's the muscle bear you want to cuddle with in bed.
Jack Harrer: Nice cock. Nice body. Awesome scenes!
Tyler White: He might be broke, but we don't think he's totally straight anymore.
This week, the International Olympic Committee added a non-discrimination clause into the Olympic charter that includes lesbians, gays and bisexuals, making it difficult for homophobic countries to host future games.
"The enjoyment of the rights and freedoms set forth in this Olympic Charter shall be secured without discrimination of any kind, such as race, color, sex, sexual orientation, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status," the Charter now reads.
The change was in response, in large part, to the controversy that followed the Winter Olympics in Russia, where all "gay propaganda" is banned.
“Now it is signed and sealed that lesbian, gay and bisexual people are welcome in the Olympic movement and will be protected," explained Andre Banks, Executive Director and co-founder of All Out. "This gain was made possible because of the global outcry, including from hundreds of thousands of All Out members, about Russia’s anti-gay law at the time of the Sochi Olympics.”
A press release from All Out noted that transgender athletes and fans are not listed. It read: "In the week before the vote, All Out members called on the IOC to go one step further and also include protection on grounds of “gender identity”, which would have protected transgender athletes, spectators and fans too. IOC members did not vote on this proposal today so this amendment will not be made to the Charter."
Of course, this doesn't mean countries with terrible anti-gay records will be denied the right to host future games; it just means they will have to promise to be nice to the LGB community while the games are being held.