Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Oh, Brothers


From HERE.

Remains of the Day (07/31)


Dlisted: Sad to read Alan Alda has Parkinson's disease (how I loved "The Four Seasons" as a child!)

NBC News: Longtime gay-rights opponent Tony Perkins named to so-called U.S. religious freedom panel

Instagram: Debbie Harry looked like a top-of-the-line can of VO5 at the 30th anniversary of "Hairspray" in Hollywood, alongside the cast and director John Waters

The Daily News: Now we're supposed to feel sorry for the cop who wrongly attacked and arrested James Blake?

AmericaBlog: Would America vote for a socialist?

Baseline: Three storylines to follow for the WTA summer swing


Towleroad: Matt Baume goes back in TV time to re-view a groundbreaking "Mary Tyler Moore" episode

Daily Intel: Everything you need to know about the Paul Manafort trial

Brooklyn Vegan: MoviePass raises prices and limits access to new films after service outages

Think Progress: In ruling against Planet Fitness, Michigan court concludes trans women aren’t women

Queerty: Grindr wants users to stop being so racist and start being "kindr" -- but is that even possible?

The Washington Post: Facebook uncovers disinformation operation ahead of midterm elections


Beantown Cuban: Johnny Diaz on the kindness of strangers

The Randy Report: Alaska Airlines responds to "seat-gate"

Capturing Rainbows: Mark Okun remembers his first trip to Fire Island back in 1980

HuffPost: The secret history of gay Hollywood finally gets its movie

Washington Blade: Harris, Carper introduce bill to include LGBT question on U.S. census

OMG Blog: 2018's best nude scenes so far

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Hot Cat of the Day: Cats aren't for everyone, just smart people.

Travel Only


Wait. Which app is he on?

Tennis Tuesday


Why does this video give me the impression Grigor Dimitrov would be one fun BOTTOM

Song of the Day: 'Rocket Man' by Heaven 17


Didn't see this coming(!) -- from one of the of the most underrated bands of the '80s.

Page 1 Roundup (07/31)


The Daily News: 'He seemed nice at first'


Plenty of trouble ...












Morning Wood


Monday, July 30, 2018

Remains of the Day (07/30)


New York Post: Pantless doctor busted in bed with underage boy

Towleroad: Gay couple forced to separate on Alaska Airlines so straight couple could sit together (this is f**ked up, but something tells me three people paid for their tickets and one used miles and that's what led to this unfortunate situation)

The New York Times: 99 days to go, the midterm elections battleground is not what was expected

Dlisted: See the lucky girl bedding Chris Pratt

Village Voice: Five years in, hearing the voices of Black Lives Matter

BosGuy: Here's one I'm happy to see in -- or out of -- a kilt


Daytonian in Manhattan: My new favorite blog tells the stories behind the buildings, statues and other points of interest that make the city fascinating

Boy Culture: Florida cops spend time busting gay men for consensual sex, but no time for rape kits

Instagram: Whoopi Goldberg is a fan of "Head Over Heels" on Broadway












Hot Cat of the Day: I love that this furry damsel in distress responded with just the level of gratitude one would expect from a kitty ...

Weekend Tennis Roundup


John Isner beat fellow Trumperster Ryan Harrison 5-7, 6-3, 6-4 in a two-hour final to win the Atlanta Open. Isner, who also beat Harrison to win last year's title, has now won the event five of the last six years.


Good win for Ryan Harrison to get there, though, beating Hyeon Chung in a three-set thriller in the quarters.



He even made "SportsCenter"!


Ryan Harrison helped brother Christian keep passion for tennis

Speaking of Harrisons: got to see Christian Harrison, Ryan's younger brother, play in World Team Tennis the other night on The Tennis Channel. He's quite a looker -- and will be even hotter when he "fills out" like his brother.


He gave his parents a shout out on Instagram on their 29th wedding anniversary -- plus "five years of dating," as he notes!


Nikoloz Basilashvili battled back against defending champion Leonardo Mayer of Argentina to claim a stunning maiden Tour title at the German Open in Hamburg, winning 6-4, 0-6, 7-5. The world No. 81 from Georgia cane through qualifying to win it! 


Italian dreamboat Matteo Berrettini beat Spain's Roberto Bautista Agut 7-6(9), 6-4 to win the Swiss Open on Sunday. Berrettini was playing in his first ATP final, wrapping up his fifth straight-sets win of the week in one hour and 45 minutes. 


He then returned to win the doubles crown also, with (his dad?) Daniele Bracciali. Berrettini had never won a tour-level doubles match before this!


Olga Danilovic of Serbia won her first WTA title when she beat Russian wild card Anastasia Potapova 7-5, 6-7 (1), 6-4 in the Moscow River Cup on Sunday. It was the first meeting on the tour between the two 17-year-olds, with Danilovic becoming the first player born in the 2000 to win a WTA event.


And lastly, in the 250 tournament in Nanchang,  China's second seed Wang Qiang claimed her first WTA title after her compatriot Zheng Saisai was forced to retire injured trailing 7-5, 4-0 in the ­Jiangxi Open final on Sunday.


Irish stud and Benoit Paire love interest James McGee is back ...


Andy Murray vs. Wayne Rooney ...

Mug Shot Monday


The good news is if you're willing to wait three years for him to get out of prison, he will be old enough to drink.


Song of the Day: 'Sunglasses at Night' by Corey Hart


The Canadian singer is still a HEARTTHROB at 56.

Page 1 Roundup (07/30)









The New York Times: Trump is still exhausting











Morning Wood


Sunday, July 29, 2018

Speedo Sunday


More red Speedos HERE.

TV News



It’ll never work. 

Saturday, July 28, 2018

Saturday 'Stache


This one was sent in from a reader who tells me his friend is a neurosurgery resident in New Orleans who drives the NOLA boys wild, as if I couldn't tell!

Friday, July 27, 2018

Remains of the Day (07/27)


The New York Times: Bill Loud, the father on TV's "An American Family," dies at 97

Dlisted: Meet the lucky cougar who is going to "pop" Nick Jonas's cherry

HuffPost: Trump's wouldbe daughter-in-law, Kimberly Guilfoyle, reportedly left Fox News after being accused of sexual conduct

New York Post: Teens stumped by rotary phone (or, an excuse for some cute boy flesh)

The New Yorker: Leslie Mooves and CBS face allegations of sexual misconduct

Towleroad: Man found taking guns and explosives to L.A. Pride sentenced to seven years in prison


Eater: Antoni Porowski of "Queer Eye" gives West Village diner a makeover for his first restaurant

Hunk du Jour: How do you decide which brother is hotter?

Back2Stonewall: Accused sex-abuse enabler Jim Jordan unveils bid for GOP House speaker

Greg in Hollywood: Sexy Cheyenne Jackson's gay character has trouble playing it straight in "American Woman"

YouTube: Snippets of Madonna's "Ray of Light" demos (pre-William Orbit) have been leaked

Boy Culture: Beautiful thong: A collection of Hollywood hotties


People: Rock Hudon's "true love" finally speaks: How we kept our gay life secret

The Randy Report: Hillary Clinton receives standing ovation at Broadway's "Hello, Dolly!"

Queer Voices: The Reagan-era artist who spat in the face of American civility

The Film Experience: Nicole Kidman lands the rights to "Big Little Lies" author’s new book

The Daily News: Horrifying murder-suicide on the New York City subway tracks

Washington Blade: The Baltimore Eagle abruptly closes


Hot Cat of the Day: Given his utter fearlessness and penchant for wandering in the hall, something tells me Harvey would really enjoy this, too!

ATP Wet T-Shirt Contest


I don't know, Grigor. I think everyone came out a winner in THIS.

On the Rag, Vol. 520

A weekly look at what's making news in the gay magazines:




Get Out: Not the first time Jacob Tackett's been on the cover, but last time he was interviewed








Dallas Voice: Making time for family




Gay Times (U.K.): Is it the age of Aquaria?


Between the Lines (Detroit): Collecting homegrown creatives

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