HUFFPOST: Actor Paul Walker died in a car crash in Santa Clarita, Calif., on Saturday (Nov. 30), his rep has confirmed. He was 40 years old.
Walker was best known for his roles in the “Fast And The Furious” movies. TMZ reports that Walker was in a Porsche when the driver somehow lost control of the vehicle. It then slammed into either a post or a tree and then burst into flames and exploded. It is not yet known what caused the driver to lose control, but the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said that the crash happened around 3:30 p.m. in the 28300 clock of Rye Canyon Loop.
Walker’s other credits include “Varsity Blues,” “Into the Blue,” “Flags of Our Fathers” and “Takers.”
He is survived by his 15-year-old daughter, Meadow.
More pictures of this stunning man after the jump…
Posted by SGT. COACH on Saturday Nov 30, 2013 Under NEWS IS HOT
Sebastian Sharp for NEXT MAGAZINE
: Similar to many other aspects of gay life in New York, as we move through different scenes in the city our experience is often influenced by body issues—both our perception of others and of ourselves. Go out to a dance club in Hell’s Kitchen, and it’s easy to feel ugly in comparison to the hot actors and well-dressed out-of-towners. Head to a Saturday night circuit party, and it probably won’t take long to feel like an Olive Oil surrounded by Popeyes. Hitting up a loft party in Brooklyn? Get ready to feel bad about your haircut and wish your beard didn’t seem to grow in like a poorly watered Chia pet.
Since the beginning of time (probably), gays have congregated based on sexual preferences and body types. The difference between now and say, the ’70s or ’80s, however, is that young gays seem to not even be aware that they’re doing it. At a time when so many other forms of discrimination and segregation are disappearing in society at large, it’s easy to feel like it’s less of an issue.
But, if my experience in gay New York tells me anything, it seems to be an issue that’s actually getting worse.
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David Beckham claims he was the victim of a bizarre hazing ritual as a young professional soccer player … in which he had to touch himself sexually in front of his male teammates. Beckham describes the experience in a new documentary called “The Class of 92″ about an iconic generation of soccer stars in England in the 90s. It happened in 1991 — when Beckham was just 16 — and he says he had to stare at a photo of a famous Welsh soccer player named Clayton Blackmore and (more or less) masturbate in front of his teammates.
He said, “Everyone had an initiation that you had to go through on the youth team, that was one of the most uncomfortable ones.” He added, “I was embarrassed when I was saying it on camera let alone talking about it more. But it’s something that we all had to go through. It was definitely something I wouldn’t like to go through again!”
Posted by SGT. COACH on Friday Nov 29, 2013 Under DO YOU KNOW?
WIKIPEDIA: Different From The Others (German: Anders als die Andern) is a German film produced during the Weimar Republic. It was first released in 1919 and stars Conrad Veidt and Reinhold Schünzel.
The story for Anders als die Andern was co-written by Richard Oswald and Dr. Magnus Hirschfeld, who also had a small part in the film and partially funded the production through his Institute for Sexual Science, with the aim of presenting the story as a polemic against the then-current laws under Germany’s Paragraph 175, which made homosexuality a criminal offense.
The cinematography was by Max Fassbender, who two years previously had worked on Das Bildnis des Dorian Gray, one of the earliest cinematic treatments of Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray. Director Richard Oswald later became a director of some considerable note, as did his son Gert. Veidt became a major film star the year after Anders was released, in The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari.
Anders als die Andern is noteworthy as one of the first sympathetic portrayals of homosexuals in the cinema. The film’s basic plot was used again in the 1961 UK film, Victim, starring Dirk Bogarde. Censorship laws enacted in reaction to films like Anders als die Andern eventually restricted viewing of this movie to doctors and medical researchers, and prints of the film were among the many “decadent” works burned by the Nazis after they came to power in 1933.
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Live / composed Electro-acoustic soundtrack
By Yael Acher “Kat” Modiano
Flute & Effects and Laptop
Performance at Spectacle Theater
CHAOSMEN: Solomon really turned-up the heat on Kellan, who really responded to the body oil and muscle worship! AND I got Kellan to not only kiss a guy, but suck dick! I think we got past most of his limits. He seemed dead set against it, but after meeting Solomon, he shrugged and said, “Why not?” Hmmmmmm. The one limit left standing is him bottoming. Not sure that is gonna happen despite Solomon doing another amazing job rimming and fingering Kellan’s hole. Just like he did with Bentley! I love it when he sneaks his finger in. Kellan was not expecting that! I can’t be alone in thinking that any dude who shaves his hole like he does, is waiting to go bottoms up! It is practically an invitation! While I may not be able to convince Kellan to put his ankles to his ears, it is time to get Solomon back on top. He is such an aggressive little fucker!
Hope you guys enjoy this one. They sure are pretty to look at… and stroke to!
Posted by SGT. COACH on Thursday Nov 28, 2013 Under FUCK YEAH!
Trying Out The Goods is the latest scene from MEN.COM’s Jizz Orgy subsite and “the goods” are Mike De Marko on a leash! Hot oral action is followed up with Colby Jansen & Tommy Defendi fucking John Magnum and Mike De Marko.