Bruce LaBruce’s next film will be Gerontophilia, a love story of sorts — the director describes it as a “reverse Lolita” — between an eighty-one year old man and an eighteen-year-old boy. The old man, Mr. Peabody, lost the love of his life, Smitty, when they were both in their twenties in a swimming accident. Alone for most of his life, and finally abandoned in an assisted living facility, the old man succumbs to the cruelty of the institution where he is confined, overmedicated with psychotropic drugs and sometimes even tied down with restraints.Read More...
Eaten too much over the holidays? Feeling flabby? Don’t despair – rejoice in the role model that is Pavel Petel, a Russian DJ, bodybuilder and general entertainer.
Whip your self back into shape following these eight basic exercises, and be sure to dress accordingly. Pavel demonstrates:
Don’t ask me exactly what it is you’re looking at here. Maybe it’s someone playing around with that early-1980s SFX that makeup artist Rick Baker used to simulate “transformation” in hits including An American Werewolf In London?
What I do know is that the video is part of the RentBoy.com profile of a gentleman named Eddie working out of Manhattan. What I also know is that the picture of Eddie’s cock (after the jump) is either very skilled Photoshop work, or simply terrifying.
If you don’t believe in a world ruled by secret, unseen forces that control how we think, feel, and treat others, there’s a quick remedy to your delusion: Tear a twenty dollar bill into tiny, useless pieces. Better yet, do it in front of a friend. One or both of you will gasp, feel sick, feel remorse. All over a little piece of paper.Read More...
About ten thousand beers and some weighty, suck-my-cock attitude have steadily transformed Russell Crowe into the swarthy, phone-throwing leading man loved and wanked over by fans around the world.
His current vibe suggests the malevolent aura of an insatiable, angry top, which is odd, because Russell used to seem so much more easygoing — pliant, even. Indeed, back in the day — that is, somewhere between his days as 1980s Sydney cabaret entertainer Rus Le Roq (lots of eyeliner) and Gladiator — he was the lithe, earnest star of this hilarious yet horrifying recruitment video for an outlet of the Seventh Day Adventist church:
You may have forgotten: Just before he went to Hollywood, Rusty starred in the underrated Australian film The Sum Of Us, where he played a burly gay Balmain boy (Balmain is a famously working class suburb of Sydney) who only wears a shirt if he’s dressed up for a night on the town, where he ventures to look for a partner on the gay scene, which he doesn’t really understand.
Christmas seems to come earlier and earlier each year but this year, that’s not necessarily a bad thing. The 2012 holiday season promises new meaning to the phrase “as camp as Christmas” after mail order company Diamonds of the Sea unveiled their fabulous collection of Gay Merman Christmas tree ornaments.
Pictured (left) is Surf Merman. He really loves his jewelry, with diamond-look glass armbands, necklace and belt.
Don Quixote had it right.
Macrophilia. It’s big terminology for a big inkling … as in the intense sexual attraction to literal giants.
Giants — be they the stuff of the grandest legend or the wonkiest sci-fi romp — are as chimerical as the unicorn or the mermaid, creatures born of mankind’s entreaty to find something more magical than itself. It’s that heady ambition that drives Macrophilia, an abstraction that can never truly be realized yet still beguiles its dreamers nonetheless.
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