Big Brother, the CBS reality show that puts America's worst people in a house together, is still on the air. Who is watching this drivel is anyone's guess.
However, there is one sexy piece of man meat that could persuade us to give the show a second look. His name is Cody Calafiore. He's an underwear model. And if he dressed like this, we'd tune in to every episode!
Calum Hood is 18, and he's the bassist for this year's hit boy band 5 Seconds of Summer. He also seems to be a bit of an exhibitionist.
Hood sent out a short video of himself exposing his cock. Apparently, the video was deliberately shared with all his Snapchat followers, though he expected it to quickly disappear (Snapchat "hides" content after a certain length of time, but does not actually delete it).
The twitter-sphere went crazy with reposts of the video. Hood took it in stride.
You can check out a copy of the video here!
Kazaky is back with the new single "Pulse." We have no idea what these guys are saying, so just enjoy the beat and the hot men in leather and heels!
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There's a new top-level domain in town, and it's .HIV.
The domain was created to help raise awareness and funds for projects around the world that want to end the transmission of HIV and AIDS.
"Imagine simply using .HIV as you use .COM. Each time you visit website.HIV, buy a ticket on movies.HIV, or shop at store.HIV, a small donation would reach HIV and AIDS projects," said Carolin Silbernagl, co-founder of .HIV and CEO of the dotHIV Registry.
What makes this domain unique is that every time a user clicks on a .HIV website, dotHIV will donate 0.1¢ to help support the fight against HIV. These micro-donations do not come at any expense to the user or the website owner.
The creators hope that big name brands will set up a .HIV page with their brand name, and then redirect visitors to their standard .com page.
"No need to run an extra website, the content remains the same, only now it has a social benefit," dotHIV explained. "This "Digital Red Ribbon" not only helps generate web traffic but shows social responsibility as well as commitment to digital innovation. And it involves the website visitors: Every click on a .HIV domain is doing good."
The money from the registration of the .HIV address is used to cover the per click donation, and such registrations will cost around $200 per year. Non-profits, however, can obtain a .HIV address for free.
In our opinion people this is more a feel-good marketing tool than anything. A real donation of just $5 would equal 5,000 visits to these .HIV websites.
Some big names have already signed on to the project, including Microsoft, Twitter and Amazon.
You can find out more here.
This may not be the greatest dance song you'll ever hear, but it ain't bad. And it has a great beat for your next workout!
The track is from Joe Gauthreaux and features Mitch Amtrak.
Girl besties often have a very close relationship. This is what it might look like if straight guys were equally close with their buds.
The AIDS Healthcare Foundation is launching an ad campaign citing several studies that conclude anti-HIV drug Truvada is far from the panacea many sexually active gay men had hoped for. The reason: a significant proportion of people on the drug fail to take it every day, as directed.
"The bottom line is that people won’t adhere and take the pill,” Michael Weinstein, president of AHF, told BuzzFeed. “That’s what studies have shown. If this catches on as a public health strategy, that means there are going to be people who will take Truvada irregularly and some will be infected, and some develop drug resistance.”
In May, the Centres for Disease Control issued clinical guidelines on PrEP (Pre-exposure Prophylaxis) to prevent HIV transmission, saying that if taken daily along with using condoms, it is over 90% effective in preventing HIV infection. It recommended that doctors with patients at high risk of infection should consider PrEP as part of their HIV prevention strategy, including regular HIV and STD testing and condom use. In July, the World Health Organization announced a similar recommendation, saying men who have sex with men should consider PrEP as an additional method of preventing HIV infection.
In other words, no health agency recommends using Truvada instead of condoms and many Truvada users aren't taking the drug properly anyway.
Jason Adonis is returning to adult - yet again. Apparently he just can't resist the siren call of the glamorous world of gay porn, exotic dancing and the "private meetings" that his manager, David Forest, arranges for him.
According to the press release:
"After a few years off, the hunky Mid-West heartthrob returns to the adult world where he’ll be available for movies, internet, live appearances and private meetings. He has been re-signed by David Forest’s The Premiere Artists for exclusive management and booking in all areas. His private meetings will be coordinated by Forest’s Meet The Stars.
"He finally realizes that he loves doing the movies … he loves the attention he gets. He’s a sensational LIVE performer and gets off pleasing crowds, yet, has really only done shows in Chicago, NY/Boston and a few cities in Florida. He needs to make up for lost time. He wants to do club gigs all the time. AND …his private meetings are always successful and he enjoys meeting his fans that way. He’s overcome the paranoia that clients are all out to get him.
It's true his head is more mature now, but wasn't that baby face the main reason we fell in lust with him a decade ago?
Jimmy Kimmel has a great bit on his late night show where celebrities read out some of the mean tweets people have posted about them. Not to be outdone, gay porn company Men.com decided to have its stars do the same.
Although some of these are mean, we've certainly read meaner.
There isn't anything much hotter than a bunch of super hot guys stripping down to their jockstraps to workout!