Sunday, September 30, 2018

Goodbye, Mr. Wright


David Wright took an emotional curtain call this weekend at Citi Field. 


Regular readers will recall the Mets third baseman was a LONGTIME LOVE of mine, that reached its peak when I finally found a coveted SHIRTLESS PIC of him in 2010. Enjoy your retirement, Davey.

Speedo Sunday


Now that's what I call a PERFECT FIT.

Saturday, September 29, 2018

Love and Love


I'm not exactly sure where/when these were taken -- my best guess is Wimbledon 2013 -- but I'm so glad they were!

Saturday 'Stache


He looks good CHARGING HIS PHONE, too.

Friday, September 28, 2018

Remains of the Day (09/28)


Instagram: Gus Kenworthy knows where the boys are

Dlisted: I hope this news doesn't make Owen Wilson suicidal (again)

The Randy Report: Jury awards $31 million for botched circumcision

Towleroad: In landmark ruling, Romania's high court says same-sex couples should have the same family rights as opposite-sex couples

Matthew's Island of Misfit Toys: Way to pack a Speedo, Mister!


The Washington Post: Facebook logs 90 million people out of their accounts after security breach

Boy Culture: Cher speaks about her LGBTQ fans

Hunk du Jour: This one's got serious pecs appeal

Back2Stonewall: Some gay activists are really upset that HRC's president makes more than $500,000 a year

BosGuy: Thank God It's Furry Friday


Gr8er Days: Famously dead and surprisingly alive

Greg in Hollywood: They don't make 'em sexier than Aussie rules football players

The WoW Report: I'm all for inclusion and acceptance, but this is just fucking idiotic

NewNowNext: Could Rosie O'Donnell be replacing Julie Chen on "The Talk"

Metrosource: A list of LGBT friendly plastic surgeons in NYC


Hot Cat of the Day: We all need to be recharged ...

Kavanaugh Confirmation Heads to Full Senate With Flake Calling for FBI Probe and Delay on Final Vote


Correct me if I'm wrong, but I really don't think there's much to be excited about here, unless Mark Judge suddenly develops a conscience. (He won't.) If Republicans were going to vote no, they would have done it based on yesterday's testimony. Like the theatrics we saw earlier today, the FBI investigation is merely to give the “maybes” cover for when they end up voting yes, which enough will.

As for the so-called blue wave that is coming, let's talk about what it really means. In all likelihood, we will be lucky to break even in the Senate, meaning still no power. And all control of the House will do is allow us to stanch the creation of more hideous policies, most of which have already been enacted. And even if we win the Senate, the damage to the Supreme Court is already done thanks to the stolen seat. This appointment (or an equally horrible replacement) is the beginning of GOP Phase 2: overturning Roe v. Wade and reducing marriage equality back to a state issue -- and so on -- and there is nothing we decent people can do to stop any of it.

Have a great weekend!

On the Rag, Vol. 529

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












QX (London): XXL turns 18


Gloss (San Francisco): Are you ready for FolXXXsom?


Dallas Voice: Walk, burn and 'Pose'




Lavender (Minnesota): Tangled up in the colors of fall










Song of the Day: 'S.O.S.' by Cher


Can't argue with this! The album, "Dancing Queen," is out today.

Page 1 Roundup (09/28)












Morning Wood


Interesting that he's pointing at the legs when it's all about HIS ASS.

Thursday, September 27, 2018

One Step Forward, Two Steps Back


So pathetic that there is zero chance Brett Kavanaugh won't get confirmed. 


Although the outcome will be the same as 1991, I will say I am heartened that all the men here at work today think this guy is a total liar, whereas when I watched the Clarence Thomas hearings in the Orange County Register newsroom as a 20something, all of the men sided with that turd.

Bottom line: We need to get rid of this older generation of male lawmakers because they are dangerously out of touch with reality.


Join me on Facebook HERE.


The queen of the Country Club Republicans has definitely seen the light ...

Remains of the Day (09/27)


The New York Times: After 40-plus years in rock, Joan Jett is as fierce and defiant as ever -- a new documentary charts her pathbreaking rise

Instagram: Tim Tebow and his sexy football player man friends

The Daily News: In emotional testimony, Christine Blasey Ford debunks right-wing theory she mistook Brett Kavanaugh for a "lookalike"

Baseline: When cute tennis players visit cute panda bears

Towleroad: Brett Kavanaugh had a gay roommate at Yale


Boy Culture: A tribute to Jake Gyllenhaal's hotness

The Randy Report: Barbra Streisand announces new album, "Walls"

Tennis.life: Great Britain, Argentina win Davis Cup wild-card lottery

Deep Dish: Here's a blond I'd like to have more fun with

The Washington Post: Fox News anchor says Kavanaugh case prompted his own daughters to reveal their stories


ET: Marcia Cross reveals she is "healthy" and "happy" as she recovers from anal cancer

OMG Blog: What straight guys really think about their butts

New York Post: Jeff Flake is now getting death threats over Kavanaugh hearing (I guess that answers why he isn't doing more)

Daily Intel: The backlash to the backlash at The New York Review of Books

BosGuy: Where do I sign up to lick him?


Bosnian Beef


Did anyone get a load of Damir Dzumur on the Tennis Channel the other night reminiscing about his win over Fabio Fognini in the final of last year's St. Petersburg ... with his legs wide open?

Song of the Day: 'Stitches' by Shawn Mendes


I was in a restaurant the other day and nearly demanded the manager turn the music off -- it was so irritating I wanted to punch someone. The song was so upsetting I Shazammed it so I knew where to direct my anger -- and now I'm left asking how someone so adorable can make music so horrific?!

Page 1 Roundup (09/27)
















Morning Wood


Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Power and Privilege


There's an unbelievably high chance you won't be accused of raping someone ... if you don't try raping someone. From HERE.


If I've said it once, I've said it a thousand times: I don't want to be part of this society anymore.

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