Did So You Think You Can Fuck contestants Theo Ford and Logan Moore lie about their relationship status? Watch the video below and tell us what you think. Or click here to read about this couple’s controversial relationship.
SLATE: In the same way that porn magazines are often hidden under pillows or locked away on the top shelves of closets, the history of “beefcake” photography has been highly secretive. The photographer and models who created the hunky, hyper-masculine work beginning in the 1940s right up to the pre-disco age, did it on the sly often dodging strict obscenity laws that landed some of them in prison, forced them to endure harassment and attacks, and kept almost all of them hiding deep in the closet.
For Petra Mason, the editor of 100% Rare All Natural Beefcake, published by Rizzoli, trying to track down the images, and, more significantly, the holder of the copyrights, turned out to be a bit like falling down a rabbit hole. READ THE WHOLE STORY HERE @ SLATE
We interviewed So You Think You Can Fuck Season 4 contestant, Bryce Evans, to talk about his sex life and his cruising preference. In this candid interview, muscular Bryce didn’t hesitate to answering questions from our readers.
How long have you been doing porn?
I’ve been in porn for a few years now. I took the last year off to enjoy some time away and have just recently started to give it my full attention again.
Where can our readers find your movies?
I’ve worked with a number of studios including Dominic Ford, Paragon Men, Men.com and Pride Studios to name a few.
Where are you from / what city do you live now?
I’m originally from Florida and currently live in South Florida.
What is your favorite cruising / cottaging spot (truck stop, public park etc)?
Well, South Florida is full of existing sex spots where you can meet horny guys so it is difficult to single out just one.
Define a “hot sex”.
That’s a great question. I think “hot sex” is when you want to just explode from the euphoria of the experience and yet, you don’t want it to end because you’re enjoying it so much.
When was the last time you got laid? How was it?
Ha! I’m a porn star! How about asking me when did I not get laid? Ok I’m kidding. I think that there needs to be a disconnect between when you perform and when you have sex in your personal life. As for me, I enjoy sex and will have it as often as possible. So go figure when was the last time I had sex (gives a wink).
Are you a top or a bottom?
I enjoy bottoming with the right person, however, I prefer to top a hot ass.
What type of men do you like?
There’s no single answer for that. I like to play with twinks and fuck them. As for a relationship, I prefer middle age men, in great shape, attractive and successful.
Do you like rough or vanilla sex?
Somewhere in the middle.
Do you have any fetish?
I was introduced to the world of foot fetish by the guys behind “myfriendsfeet.com” and have really come to find that feet worshiping can be hot and a real turn on.
Public sex or bedroom? Why?
Public sex has its excitement factor but I have to admit that it’s the bedroom for me.
When cruising on Squirt, what are you looking for in an online profile? What would make you message a guy?
Your picture is important.
You need to try and find your most revealing shot without giving away all the goods. A nice picture of you in a pair of sexy underwear leaves me wondering what else can you offer. That is what would make me contact you…
We’ll be interviewing more porn stars in the coming weeks. What would you like to ask them? Tell us in the survey box below.
NFL COM: From 1965-77, Jerry Smith was a two-time Pro Bowl tight end for the Washington Redskins. At the time he retired, Smith held the record for the most touchdown receptions by a tight end in NFL history. Yet off the field, Smith lived with a personal secret he did not publicly share with his teammates. NFL Network’s two-time Emmy-nominated series A Football Life continues with Jerry Smith: A Football Life. The one-hour documentary chronicles the life of Smith, detailing his career with the Redskins, his life as a gay athlete and his death from AIDS. BELOW are links to the 4 part doc.
PART ONE: A PRIVATE LIFE BECOMES PUBLIC
Former Washington Redskins tight end Jerry Smith met with a reporter for a feature and it ended up being a big moment in history. See how the profile on Smith led to the first retired professional athlete to reveal his homosexuality.
PART TWO: LIVING A DOUBLE LIFE
Former Washington Redskins tight end Jerry Smith found his calling on the football field, but it was not an easy life. See how a closeted gay man became a dominant tight end in an intolerant era.
PART THREE: A KNOWN SECRET
Could Jerry Smith be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame if not for one fluky play? We take a closer look at Smith’s legacy and learn about his personal life and how he kept it separate from football.
PART FOUR: STARING DEATH IN THE FACE
When former Washington Redskins tight end Jerry Smith retired, he moved to Texas and opened up a gay bar. Later he was diagnosed with HIV, and passed away at the age of 43.
HBO’s NEW series LOOKING premiered last night. What is LOOKING?
LOOKING is an American comedy-drama television series about a group of gay friends living in San Francisco, the series’ executive producers are David Marshall Grant, Sarah Condon, and Andrew Haigh.
WATCH THE FULL EPISODE HERE ON HBO’s YOU TUBE channel… or click the image above.
HBO: ‘Looking’ offers up the unfiltered experiences of three close friends living — and loving — in modern-day San Francisco. Friendship may bind them, but each is at a markedly different point in his journey: Patrick (Jonathan Groff) is the 29-year-old video game designer getting back into the dating world in the wake of his ex’s engagement; aspiring artist Agustín (Frankie J. Alvarez), 31, is questioning the idea of monogamy amid a move to domesticate with his boyfriend; and the group’s oldest member — longtime waiter Dom (Murray Bartlett), 39 — is facing middle age with romantic and professional dreams still unfulfilled.
The trio’s stories intertwine and unspool dramatically as they search for happiness and intimacy in an age of unparalleled choices — and rights — for gay men. Also important to the ‘Looking’ mix is the progressive, unpredictable, sexually open culture of the Bay Area, with real San Francisco locations serving as a backdrop for the group’s lives. Rounding out the ‘Looking’ world are a bevy of dynamic gay men including Kevin (Russell Tovey), Lynn (Scott Bakula), and Richie (Raul Castillo), as well as a wide-range of supporting characters like Dom’s roommate Doris (Lauren Weedman), Agustín’s boyfriend Frank (O.T. Fagbenle), and Patrick’s co-worker Owen (Andrew Law).
DO YOU KNOW? 23 Sordid Tales From The Sex Lives Of Some Of Your Favorite Gay Authors And Artists (FUN HOLIDAY READ via BUZZfeed)Posted by SGT. COACH on Thursday Dec 26, 2013 Under DO YOU KNOW?, QUEEROES
BUZZFEED: The recent Toast article “Literary Trysts It Gives Me Great Joy to Think About: Oscar Wilde and Walt Whitman” set off a flurry of Facebook shares and likes and a tempest of tweets and retweets. The idea of these two gay literary icons getting together truly was too delicious not to think about.
But Oscar and Uncle Walt were not the only gay writers — past and present — known for their activity between the sheets as well as between the covers. From various biographies, diaries, and memoirs, we know about poet Edna St. Vincent Millay’s intoxicating effect on her fellow female students at Vassar, author Michel Foucault’s penchant for S&M clubs, City of Night author John Rechy’s past as a hustling muscle daddy, and the dirt Edmund White dishes on himself in My Lives and City Boy.
Here are some of the gay past’s greatest writer-to-writer hookups — and a couple of Missed Connections.
Samuel Steward and Lord Alfred Douglas
Thanks to Justin Spring’s award-winning biography Secret Historian, we now know that in addition to being a professor, novelist, pioneering tattoo artist, and author of high-octane porn under the pseudonym Phil Andros, Samuel Steward was also a voracious sexual being. He kept a lifelong tally and voluminous notes on his activities, recording thousands of encounters with men (including for and with Dr. Alfred Kinsey — talk about doing it for science!).
On his first trip to Europe in 1937, Steward made a point of sleeping with Lord Alfred Douglas so that “through physical contact with Douglas he might establish physical contact, by extension, with his great literary hero Oscar Wilde.” The encounter itself was less than thrilling to the twentysomething Steward:
“Lord Alfred was by then sixty-seven, and in anyone’s book that’s old. To go to bed with him was hardly the most attractive prospect in the world — it was terrifying, even repulsive. But if I wanted to link myself to Oscar Wilde… there was no other way.”
Douglas had also become a Catholic and had given up his “homosexual leanings and entanglements…sins of the flesh were obnoxious and uninteresting.” Within an hour and a half after opening a bottle of gin, however:
“We were in bed, the Church renounced, conscience vanquished, inhibitions overcome, revulsion conquered, pledges and vows and British laws all forgotten. Head down, my lips where Oscar’s had been, I knew that I had won. … After I finished my ministrations and settled back, his hand stole down to clamp itself around me. It began to move gently. … ‘You really needn’t have gone to all that trouble, since this is almost all Oscar and I ever did with each other … We used to get boys for each other … We kissed a lot, but not much more.’
Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac and Neal Cassady
Beat Poet Allen Ginsberg has the distinction of having slept with both the author of On the Road, Jack Kerouac, and its “muse,” Neal Cassady. Ginsberg “came out” to Kerouac in 1946, declaring, “You know I love you, and I want to sleep with you, and I really like men” one night as they shared a room together. Kerouac responded with, “Oh no…” then rolled over and went to sleep. Ginsberg was glad not to be completely rejected, and within a year he “blew him [Kerouac] a couple of times” and was on the receiving end of a drunken Kerouac BJ years later, but there was never any great sexual charge between them. Later, as Ginsberg became more open about his sexuality and Kerouac would complain about what “his public” would think about him, Ginsberg had to remind Kerouac of the times he’d drunkenly challenged Ginsberg with phrases like “C’mon, I’ll fuck you.”
Ginsberg had more success with Neal Cassady, who claimed to need sex every day to live — no matter where he got it. Ginsberg shared a “weekend of debauchery” with Cassady in early 1947 a few days after Cassady had had a fight with his wife. Cassady then disappeared for two days, leaving Ginsberg filled with self-pity. They would see each other intermittently until Cassady’s departure from New York in March of that year. Horny and insecure during the breaks between seeing him, Ginsberg would list all the possible combinations of sexual positions he wanted to try when they got together again:
“Try him laying me again, try breast to breast position, try 69 again coming both at once, try sitting on his chest and making him blow me, try laying his mouth, French kissing, etc., make him give me a trip around the world….Have I guts? Trip around the world, complete, winding up with blow job. No, I want some real hip sex, what is it?”
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DO YOU KNOW? Glossary of Homosexual terms and deviate acts (from Homosexuality and Citizenship in Florida, 1964) via Deviates inc.Posted by SGT. COACH on Wednesday Dec 11, 2013 Under DO YOU KNOW?
This is kinda fun & interesting! Reading the meanings of these “terms” & “deviate acts”… it’s interesting how most terms are still being used today.