Apparently, every single bit of Zac Efron's body is perfect!
In a recent episode of Workaholics, the guys chant: "We've got to see that d--k. We've got to see that d--k."
Efron stands up, unzips his pants, pulls out his manhood and says, "There, see? Fully circumcised."
Funny - but real -spoilers ...
The Chairman of the International Order of Sodomites (Justin Sayre) updates the legendary gay hanky code:
It's not Looking and it's definitely not Not Looking, though it definitely is a video parody playing on gay stereotypes. Hollywoodland is the imperfect but promising creation of Joseph Baken (his first video, actually). Joseph must have some connections because Willem Belli plays one of the characters (not in drag, but just as bitchy). It's too bad the sound is so poor -- you'll have to pump up the volume to make the dialog out, and even then you'll miss some. But it is worth hanging on to the end ...
Tired of male singers going on about their relentless, world wide pursuit of pussy? Saturday Night Live says what's good for the goose, is good for the gander. (Video may not play outside US):
Jimmy asks Chris Evans' brother, Scott, to come out and play the sibling-wed game, where each brother is asked the same question and they must try to give the same answer.
You can see the last bit in part 2 here!
Tina cheats on Danton. Colby falls for Parker. Shane has a surprise visit from his former lover.
Igor has to deal with Marvin and Emily's cat-calling and weird fantasies as soon as they lay their eyes on his smoking hot roommate.
Political cartoonist Mark Fiore has something to say about US-based evangelists spreading their hatred of gays to Uganda.
He wrote: "Since Uganda's anti-gay law was signed recently, it's been amusing (and maddening) to watch various religious right characters scurry for cover. When nobody was watching, the holier-than-thou set have been visiting Uganda preaching their extreme anti-gay views. Now that people are appalled at Uganda's life-in-prison-for-homosexuals law, the "evangelical" right-wing preachers are laying low or rewriting history."
In order to emphasize his point, he summed up his position with the following animated video ...
On this week's Whoa, Dude! it's the HARDest episode ever, where Jonny McGovern celebrates the beauty, magic and hilarity of boners on the internet!
If you're not a fan of HBO's Looking, then maybe you're more of a Not Looking kind of guy! Check out the first two episodes ...