Just a few months ago we posted hunky dentist Dr. Rick Constantine from South Carolina doing his impression and dance to Drake’s “In My Feelings”, well we have found another hot guy doing his impression of Drake’s kiki challenge.
Jeremy Lucas from Wichita, Kansas decided to do his while wearing a neon green onesie. He hops out of a truck and proceeds to dance next to the truck. While we are impressed with the hunky dentist, we couldn’t help but to admire Jeremy’s extremely hot body and sexy moves.
Mr. Lucas told us that he loves to make people laugh and is always up for a good prank, “I’m very open and comfortable with my sexuality and I’m surprised that most of my support for the video is from the LGBT community.”
Don’t be shocked! We enjoyed watching you. You can expect him doing a video in his onesie while jumping from a plane.
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Here’s another video of him getting his ass waxed.
Keegan Whicker who is considered an Instastud came onto the scene a few years ago and was given “the title world’s hottest engineer.” Not only does he have a hot body, but brains as well and he appears to love showing his body to his more than 450,000 followers.
It his body wasn’t enough he has some seriously hot dance moves along the stripping kind. Cocitailsandcocktalk managed to get exclusive footage of Keegan doing a shower strip tease for his boyfriend, Ryan, all for his birthday. What a birthday gift.
Dr. Justin Lehmiller in a new blog posting for Sex and Psychology tries to explain the reason why quite a few conservative men find themselves involved in sex scandals.
You might remember Rep. Nick Sauer (R) of Illinois who had to resign in disgrace after being accused of using his ex-girlfriends nude images to create a fake Instagram account to “catfish” guys into “graphic conversations of sexual nature.”
Lehmiller a research fellow at The Kinsey Institute and the author of Tell Me What You Want: The Science of Sexual Desire and How it Can Help You Improve Your Sex Life say there are possibly several reasons as to why some with same-sex attractions might lobby for anti-gay causes. The biggest reason, of course, is religion.
“For these individuals, perhaps their religious identity is more central to their sense of self than their sexual identity (at least most of the time),” Lehmiller writes.
This could, in fact, explain why there has been a steady stream of pastors, rabbis, and priests getting busted targeting teens for sex and in some cases having secret Grindr profiles.
One of the most prevalent reasons is having controlling or homophobic parents. “When a person feels a lot of outward pressure to be homophobic from their parents, they might strive to repress or deny their sexual orientation in order to earn their parents’ love,”Lehmiller stated.
There are also issues of being in a state of inconsistent or contradictory thoughts, attitudes, or beliefs relating to behavior. “This theory argues that we are motivated to resolve these inconsistencies when we become aware of them because they are psychologically uncomfortable,” Lehmiller writes.
A good example is when LGBT Republicans supported the GOP party in 2016 while adopting the most homophobic platform in its history.
“This person might rationalize the inconsistency by thinking to themselves that ‘the party’s official platform doesn’t really mean anything anyway.’ In other words, these individuals may actively look for ways to rationalize their inconsistent beliefs and feelings whenever discrepancies come to light.”
We wonder how many more will fall right out of the closet.
Last week a new underwear brand was launched in the UK by Austin Armacost and do they have a message: sexy out model/Instastud Austin Armacost may be the face of the underwear’s debut campaign, but their underpants are for everyone. “We do not want to ostracize anyone,” Armacost, who has been working on designing the underwear for over a year, says. “Men with muscles, skinny guys, larger guys, we want them all to feel sexy and confident when wearing our brand.”
“Every single person is beautiful and this needs to be celebrated more.”
In a press release, Surge adds:
NHS figures show the number of men being admitted to hospital with an eating disorder has risen by 70% over the past six years, and those referred for treatment has risen by more than 40% in the past two years.
We feel as a men’s underwear brand we don’t want to add to the pressure men feel to look a certain way. It’s very normal for society to discuss women suffering from body image issues but the men seem to be forgotten and we hope to help to change this.
That’s why for its first ad campaign, it’s featuring men of all shapes and sizes (in addition to Armacost, of course).
The former proprietor of a Hollywood filing station brothel during the Golden Age of Hollywood has released the Secret History of Hollywood, a documentary about his career and life, on July 27. Scotty was known as a self-described procurer of prostitutes and hookers to the elite in Hollywood during the 1940s. The documentary about his life, he talks about everyone from Cary Grant to Katherine Hepburn to Marlon Brando, even Charles Laughton, revealing who did what with who and what they were into.
The city of West Hollywood awarded Scotty the key to the city at a formal ceremony for his work in creating a safe space and his defense of the LGBT community long before the Stonewall Riots. Believe it or not, at the age of 95 he is still working as a hooker and private bartender. Hey, if you really love your job why quit?
Scotty has also opened his personal archives, showing the public dozens of hereto-unseen images of himself, friends and associates.
Here are a few images released, a small glimpse into homo-eroticism from the past.
The New York Yankees are planning events to remember and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots. The team came under fire for being one of two clubs in the Major Leagues to not hold any LGBT Pride events.
But the team has announced that it is planning several major events to honor the Stonewall riots that occurred in 1969 at the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar, in which many regard as the foundations of the modern LGBT rights movement.
SportsNews New York writer Andy Martino said: “According to major league sources, the Yankees have been quietly planning significant events for next season to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, a seminal event in both the history of LGBTQ rights and New York City.”
“While a Yankees spokesman said it was too early to confirm any specifics of the 2019 promotional calendar, other sources said that the team continues to work out details of Stonewall-centered events. ‘Specifics have not been finalized, but I hear that the final plan is likely to include activities both inside and outside the ballpark.”
The team acknowledged that they have been working on LGBT events long before it was criticized for not hosting a Pride night. Martino added the club is “focused on the Stonewall anniversary as a way to push the standard Pride Nights to a deeper level.”
The Stonewall Inn, in New York City’s Greenwich Village for many played a major role in LGBT history. It was the location for a series of riots in June 1969, by members of the community all in response to a police raid.
Two activists Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera who were gender non-conforming, thus sparking the entire civil rights movement and the very reason we celebrate Pride Month and celebrated in June.
Some of the earliest Pride marched started in 1970, and in some countries Pride is still referred to as Christopher Street Day Parades the location of the pub.
This past Tuesday a postal worker in Columbus, Ohio called two gay men “faggots” and then threatened to stop delivering their mail. Michael Coward when to check on his mail as the USPS worker was delivering it. The encounter was partly recorded on one of the victims’ cell phone.
It appears his waiting annoyed the worker, who would have preferred she finished placing the mail in the boxes.
This is part of the exchange:
“I started arguing with her and she called me a faggot,” he said.
The argument escalated from there.
“And then she just kept going on and on and on about me and my fiance being white faggots,” Coward said.
“Yeah, not just faggots,” his fiance Michael Vaughn said. “White faggots.”
Coward took out his phone to record the encounter. While the postal worker doesn’t use the word “faggot” in the clip, she confirms that she said it multiple times.
“You’ve called me a faggot at least 10 times,” he told her in the video.
She replied, “I called you what you are.”
Coward and Vaughn said that she then took their names off their mailbox and said that they wouldn’t get mail again.
“You’re telling us that you’re not going to deliver our mail because we’re… ‘White faggots,'” Vaughn said. “I don’t think that’s how that works.”
On Tuesday evening, the USPS said in a statement that they were taking the incident seriously.
“The allegations made against a Postal Service employee are very concerning,” the statement said. “These actions – if true – are not consistent with and don’t represent the values of the Postal Service organization and will not be tolerated. You can be assured that this alleged incident is being fully investigated and that the Postal Service will take whatever action is appropriate.”
If you’re into porn especially from 2007 to 2010 then there’s a big chance you remember Logan McCree. The German-born performer is best known for his head-to-toe tattoos; his scalp, butt cheeks, and penis have tattoos. He was a scruffy versatile porn star, super sexy and dabbled in kink. But, sad to say and much to our regret that since leaving the porn industry, he has now turned his attention to men’ rights and is now an activist (MRA).
Robert Jackman a reporter for VICE met McCree at the International Conference on Men’s Issues last month.
It appears that since leaving the porn industry, Tanzer (his real name is Philipp Tanzer) he has moved to Scotland and runs an art gallery. Tanzer did identify as gay while working in porn, but says he never really felt like he fit into the gay world. So, he started dating women, but did manage to sleep with men on the side (with permission).
Jackman reported that Tanzer’s interest in MRA issues began when he began to think about having a child with his girlfriend. Though he still has no children, he heard stories about fathers losing custody of their children to mothers and worried that the same thing might one day happen to him.
Jackman says lots of men become MRAs out of fear of what might happen to them.
“Tanzer insisted he had always supported gender equality,” Jackman writes. “The problem for him, [Tanzer] said, was that most modern feminists now shunned egalitarianism in favor of special privileges for women, while simultaneously labeling themselves as victims.”
Jackman doesn’t ask Tanzer how he feels about MRAs having a long gross history of allies who defend child molesters and racist groups like the KKK, oppose women and people of color appearing in film, accuse women of regularly falsifying rape accusations (even though only 2 to 10% of all rape accusations are fake) and issue rape and death threats to women online, calling attempts to stop them “censorship.”
Men face real social issues and can MRA’s handle those issues?
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You won't believe what happens to the bully in this video! This short film tells the story of Angela, an elderly woman who is bullied by a group of teenagers at a bus stop. She crosses paths again with, Carter, one of the bullies. Their confrontation leads to an unexpected outcome.
Inspired by the true bullying story of Karen Klein.
Caption Author: Oreodragon61
It’s a known fact that American pro-sports are not known for welcoming LGBT athletes. If you require additional proof just look at Minnesota United midfielder Collin Martin the only openly gay male athlete. However, he has now teamed up with Athlete Ally and the Ross Initiative in Sports for Equality to help create a sort of #MeToo movement in the hopes of addressing homophobia in sports.
In an effort to ending homophobia and transphobia in sports Collin is working with RISE – an “alliance of professional sports leagues, organizations, athletes, educators, media networks and sports professionals using sports to bring people together to promote understanding, respect and, equality.” Speaking with California university student-athletes to address anti-LGBT participation in sports and put forward initiatives that stop discrimination before it appears on-field, during practices or within the locker room.
Martin is also spearheading training that educates college and university coaches about sexual misconduct and what behaviors are appropriate for students and players alike. Providing tools that assist them in developing strategies for putting a stop to any anti-LGBT language, for example when team members or opponents call weak or ineffective things “gay” or use the word “faggot” to intimidate opponents.
Martin stated in a recent interview, “There are kids out there that still are questioning themselves and questioning their spot in sports just based on their sexuality.” Furthermore, he stated: “We need to have a better culture in place for our young kids, and if that can come from coaches and better education in terms of how they’re creating a healthy environment for their teams at a young age.”
Efforts to combat homophobia in sports isn’t an easy task and Martin appears to understand this. A survey completed in 2015 found that of 9,500 athletes from six English-speaking countries found 83% of male athletes remain closeted to their teammates, 84% had witnessed homophobia at a sporting match and 80% didn’t feel safe to be openly gay as either a competitor or a spectator.