Monday, February 28, 2022

Weekend Tennis Roundup


Nice wins for Andrey Rublev, Rafael Nadal, Pedro Martinez, Iga Swiatek and Sloane Stephens. Plus the hunks were on a tear in the Challenger events -- and more BELOW.

Manspread Monday


Those pants look like they're under a lot of stress. More BELOW.

Song of the Day: 'Leave in Silence' by Depeche Modee


Here's hoping for some good news for the Ukrainian people this week.

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Hot Slut of the DayWicker paper plate holders!

Hot Cat of the Day: A box is always the answer

Morning Wood


More of the Mexico-born Washingtonian BELOW.

Sunday, February 27, 2022

Sunday Funnies


Speedo Sunday

Is it my imagination, or is this dreamy Paddy O'Brian

Saturday, February 26, 2022

Saturday 'Stache


Get the full picture BELOW.

Friday, February 25, 2022

Caption Me


On the Rag, Vol. 697

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

Song of the Day: 'The War Song' by Culture Club

 Posted with a heavy heart.


Bravo. This is one brave kid. He just made a new fan.  

Page 1 Rounduup (02/25)


BosGuy: Legs up and ready ...

Hot Cat of the Day: My editorial assistant never turns the cuteness off!

Morning Wood

See him slip into something more comfortable BELOW.

Thursday, February 24, 2022

Thursday Ad Watch

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So 'Sorry,' He Said

Yikes. By now all tennis fans have seen Alexander Zverev's violent outburst at the end of a doubles match Tuesday night in Acapulco. What I find even more disturbing -- when put the incident in context with allegations of domestic abuse leveled against him by by former girlfriend Olga Sharypova -- is how his carefully worded apology manages to devolve in the second paragraph, sounding a lot like an abusive boyfriend saying "sorry" to his girlfriend by explaining that he's only possessive and hits her because he "loves her so much." The ATP fined and booted him from the tournament, but still no word on its investigation into the Sharypova charges.


You know I have a thing for masked gym bunnies: HERE and HERE.

Song of the Day: 'Is Your Love Strong Enough?' by Bryan Ferry


I'd nearly forgotten about this Bryan Ferry song -- which served as a stopgap between his "Boys and Girls" and "BĂȘte Noire" albums during my freshman year of college -- that appeared on the soundtrack for that horrible Tom Cruise movie where he wore a wig. 

(Hat tip to my hubby for the reminder!) 

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Hot Cat of the Day: "Didn't we just do this yesterday?"

Morning Wood


More of the fox and the hound BELOW.

Wednesday, February 23, 2022

Meme Spirited

Are you so tired of being alone?


Wrestle Wednesday


Song of the Day: 'A Whiter Shade of Pale' by Procol Harum


Sorry to hear about the passing of Procol Harum frontman Gary Brooker, whose “Whiter Shade of Pale” launched the Summer of Love in 1967, aka the Summer I Was Born. Brooker was 76 and had been battling cancer.

The singer-songwriter led Procol Harem throughout its 55-year history, and the song, which he co-wrote, eventually sold more than 10 million copies worldwide and was honored in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2018. The song’s psychedelic lyrics and melancholy tone captivated listeners of the Baby Boom generation. Though Brooker had his roots in the blues, he derived inspiration for that first hit from Johann Sebastian Bach.

“Gary’s voice and piano were the single defining constant of Procol’s 50-year international concert career,” the band said.

He also dabbled in acting, appearing in the 1996 film version of “Evita” alongside Madonna, playing Argentine foreign minister Juan Atilio Bramuglia. In 2003, the London-born singer received one of Britain’s highest honors as he was made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire.

Annie Lennox's cover from 1995's "Medusa" was also a masterpiece. 

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Matthew's Island: Gay man stands with Ukraine