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topspin2014:Bro is smoking hot ! Thanks Vladimir !
08.07.2014 , TheDeadaHead

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Bro is smoking hot ! Thanks Vladimir !

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08.07.2014 , Cream The Jeans

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DAMNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN this dude is SMOKING!!! he can eat that midnight snack right off my fucking body???

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3 Matches in 1! 6 smoking hot hunks fight for total sexual domination!
07.07.2014 , Naked Kombat Picture Gallery Update
This special update features six smoking hot fighters fighting for the right to fuck. First off we have Alessio "El Lobo" Romero going against newcomer Rogue "Showtime" Status. Showtime may be new to Naked Kombat compared to his muscled opponent, but he was captain of his wrestling team and is more than confident he has the chops to take the big lug down. Next off we have two hot newcomers, Joey Rico fighting toe to toe with the latin hunk Ray Han. Unfortunately both matches resulted with injuries, but to top off these hot match ups we have body builders Jaxton "Chaos" Wheeler and Joey "The Cowboy-Killer" Carter in a smoking hot oil round. These muscled gods slip and slide all over each other as they wrestle with hard cocks to see who's ass gets fucked. When the points are tallied up, the loser gets slammed on his back after choking on cock. The winner celebrates his victory with a ferocious fuck before covering the loser's face with cum!
Choosy Dudes Choose Gifs: Paddy O'Brian Fucks Allen King
02.07.2014 , DudetubePaddy O'Brian fucks Allen King in an abandoned bus. From POW Part 1. © Men.comI have to admit that I was totally blown away by Paddy O'Brian's smoking hot MEN.com fuck with Allen King. I just couldn't resist sharing some Gifs from this memorable scene. I love the chemistry between Allen & Paddy. Allen allows Paddy to show off his dominant side and roughly plow this horny bottom. Hope you guys enjoy and big thanks to the orginial Tumblr Gif posters.Paddy O'Brian fucks Allen King in an abandoned bus. From POW Part 1. © Men.comPaddy O'Brian fucks Allen King in an abandoned bus. From POW Part 1. © Men.comPaddy O'Brian fucks Allen King in an abandoned bus. From POW Part 1. © Men.comPaddy O'Brian fucks Allen King in an abandoned bus. From POW Part 1. © Men.com
NYC Gay Pride March: An LGBT-Party With Hot Boys, Fierce Drag & Breasts In Show!
02.07.2014 , boy culture
  IMG_6940 SHIRTLESS HOT BOYS IMG_6820 copy
IMG_6957 HOTTEST BOY IMG_6958 BULGING MAN IMG_6813 SEXY BOYS IMG_6817 CUTE BOY IMG_6936 SHIRTLESS STUD IMG_6967 HOT RUNNERS IMG_6965 CUTE GAY PHOTOGRAPHER IMG_6974 SPEEDOSIMG_6980 SPEEDOSIMG_6989 THREE HOT STUDSIMG_7407 SEXY BOYIMG_7528 SHIRTLESS BOYIMG_7607 ROCKY HORROR BOYIMG_7734 HOT FANIMG_8059 HOT BOYSIMG_8383 MUSCLE STUDIMG_8393 SEXY MAN AssBlack-man-muscle-hot

20 sexy Gay Pride March men in the gallery above!

Finally got a moment to upload my Gay Pride March shots. I spent the parade with or on a float sponsored by The Adonis Lounge and AidForAIDS.org (see my interview with some of the boys here), so my images outside of that float were few and far between.

* GAY PRIDE PARADE NYCIMG_8479

IMG_8421 HOT DRAG QUEEN SQUATAbove, two of my favorite shots

Still, I have 20+ cute participants in the gallery above, and lots of local color after the jump...

IMG_6748 DISCO BALLWELL-HUNG: Prior to step-off, my attempt at an arty shot of a disco ball.

IMG_6750 JP MORGANBeing pro-LGBT is good for business.

IMG_6797 PURPLE SEQUINSSelf-portrait

IMG_6799 DRAG ROYALTYA COURTIN': Their royal highnesses

IMG_6803 HOT BOYSGolden boy

IMG_6805 GAY PRIDE PARADEDon't be flag-bashing us today.

IMG_6808 HOT GUYDeep Swish

IMG_6818 FUN DRAGI loved this '70s-esque drag. Sensible purse!

IMG_6935 GAY OUTFITService-oriented

IMG_6953 SEXY GUYS FLOATThat guy in the middle has a nice ass even from the front!

IMG_6962 LESBIANS GAY PRIDEGirl power!

IMG_6963 GAY FRONT RUNNERSAppropriately, the Front Runners were near the front. In the gallery, watch some of them run!

IMG_6981 SWISHShoulder pads are in again!

IMG_6982 FLAUNTGot it? Flaunt it!

IMG_6985 DRAG QUEENA drag queen with her biggest fan

IMG_6987 DRAG QUEENShe refused to let me shoot her smoking, which showed real panache.

IMG_6989 THREE HOT STUDSYOU'RE KILTING ME: This is in the gallery above, but JFC, I just needed to be sure you saw it.

IMG_7072 DRAG QUEENS“You got an invisible plane, Wonder Woman, I got an invisible outfit!”

IMG_7400 ROWDY CROWDFe-mails!

IMG_7407 SEXY BOYOne more gallery duplicate, because I wanted to make sweet love to him right there.

IMG_7435 MY DRAG IS BETTER THAN YOURS This girl walked the whole way in those heels!

IMG_7248 DRAGDrag ambience

IMG_7599 DRAGA fine, feathered friend

IMG_7602 DRAGDat ass!

IMG_7606 ROCKY HORRORAre you a Rocky Horror-monger?

IMG_7812 SILVER STUDSThese two went for the silver.

IMG_8002 BARE BREASTSBreast in show

IMG_8007 ROWDY LGBT CROWDSpectators in the Village were pretty and witty and...gay!

IMG_8030 BARE BREASTSThese tits almost made me straight.

IMG_8051 FLIRTY GAY PRIDE GUYIt was like Madonna's “Justify My Love” video came to life on that mailbox. 

IMG_8235 GAY PRIDE MADONNA...speak of the devil!

IMG_8398 DRAG QUEENSNever too tired to pose.

IMG_8404 GAY DOROTHY WIZARD OF OZ“Anymore?” I doubt this girl ever set foot in Kansas in the first place.

IMG_8422 HOT DRAG QUEENBlue material

IMG_8424 HOT DRAG QUEENSAt the end of the gay...

Finally, a shot that isn't mine, but that I wanted to share because I love Raphael Miranda: NBC 4 New York's reporters—Checkey Beckford, Lauren Scala, Gus Rosendale and meteorologist Raphael Miranda on the NBC 4 New York/Telemundo 47 float:

*NBCNBC 4's team comes out for gay rights.

Gay Pride Monday: This Week’s Top Three Gay News Stories
01.07.2014 , Tie-dyed Jive in the (415)
Sunday's Gay LGBT Pride Parade included the San Francisco Lesbian Gay Freedom Band and Apple, Inc. employees

By Roy Steele

1. GAY LGBT PRIDE - The Morning After In San Francisco


Civic Center Station crowds in the stairwell
San Francisco, California --- Getting around San Francisco can be hard during the best of times. When you add Google I/O, and Gay PRIDE to the mix, forget it. Getting around the city has been a nightmare.
I don’t hang out in bars and clubs, and I try to avoid big events, because I have an aversion to raucous crowds, and I hate the pushing and shoving, and endless search for a familiar face in a sea of strangers.
When nearly two million people descend on your city for a celebration of epic proportions, the last thing you want to do is dive into the middle of it.
Yet that’s exactly what I did, and it was breast-tacular!
Sure the sidewalks were impassable, and the drunks were forced to lay in the streets. In San Francisco we learned a long time ago, you just step over them.
Lithuanian visitors stopped me and said they were lost. I asked them where they were going, and they pulled out a map to point at their destination. How do you explain to Borat and his disinterested Soviet partner, that they took a wrong turn, and Faneuil Hall is three thousand miles away in Boston?
For some reason  Japanese tourists seem to love PRIDE, and they aren’t shy about it. They press their noses up against the windows of their air conditioned buses, with a hand covering their mouths, as they point and stare, and the cameras point and click, unabashedly.
The San Francisco PRIDE Parade was fantastic, and the celebration in Civic Center Plaza was forgettable. In the past, PRIDE has had Lady GaGa and Margaret Cho, and the B-52’s on the mainstage, and this year there was a fiddle player with a performing poodle.
I will say that I saw more breasts on Sunday, than a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon sees in their lifetime, and that was rather lovely.
I had some visceral reactions to different things throughout the day - ranging from the mundane (yawn) to being totally horrified - and that’s par for the course.
When me and my aching feet finally got home, I was smiling and felt a little overwhelmed, as I was filled with my gay PRIDE.  
Late last night, I wrote down what I saw at San Francisco PRIDE using one word or less, and that’s what follows.
This is PRIDE.
Bosoms. Lots of bosoms. Dancing, drinking, cheering, clapping, laughing, crying, cruising, celebrating, shoving, singing, jumping, embracing, elbowing, kissing, smoking, and pissing.
Bare feet, dog collars, leashes, beer bellies, jockstraps, speedo’s, tops, bottoms, short shorts, back fat, hairy asses, handkerchiefs, bikinis, bras, bosoms, and electrical tape on nipples.
Boob tubes, boas, wigs, broken heels, torn panty hose, mom jeans, six packs, no jeans, underpants, pierced privates, leather harnesses, flabby asses, hot asses, sock puppets, acrylic nails, and ugly penises.
Did I mention that there were lots of bosoms?
Pet Peeve: The clueless masses and endless crowds of revelers oblivious to my urgent need to find a loo!
Rare Sighting: Lesbians in the wild! There were lesbians everywhere, and I was happy to see them so far from their motherland (Bernal Heights and Glen Park).

Gay Pride Parade Grand Marshal Janet Mock

2. Gay LGBT Employment Discrimination

Obama’s Executive Order and the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA)
During the 2008 presidential campaign, candidate Barack Obama pledged his support for the the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), which would prohibit private companies from discriminating against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees, on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.
This legislation has been introduced in Congress nearly every year since 1974, and has never been passed in both the House and Senate.
ENDA was considered by the US Senate on November 7, 2013, and nine Republican Senators joined 52 Democrats, and 2 Independents, to pass the bill, which surprised many of us who regularly keep tabs on Congress.
ENDA will not come to the floor of the House for a vote, because the Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-OH) is a card carrying anti-gay homophobe, who doesn’t believe the legislation is necessary.
In fact, after President Obama announced a few weeks ago, that he would sign an Executive Order that prohibits anti-LGBT discrimination by private contractors that provide goods and services to the federal government, the Speaker of the House announced that he was going to sue the President in federal court, for overstepping his bounds, and issuing Executive Orders.
Speaker Boehner and the dysfunctional GOP object to these executive actions because there's NOTHING they can do to stop them. The issues that really rile them up are the Executive Orders that stop the deportations of undocumented immigrants, delay the implementation of some provisions in the Affordable Care Act, and raise the minimum wage for federal contractors.
Right-wing extremists in Congress have been throwing a tantrum that no one is paying any attention to, because the President has moved to expand gay rights, and close the gender pay gap for women.
It’s very strange that in 2014, the political party that once embraced wholesome values and wrapped themselves around Ronald Reagan and the American flag, dismiss the values that personify our nation. They fight against equality, equal pay, and treating people with dignity and respect.
President Obama could sign the Executive Order banning discrimination in the federal workplace today, or later this week.
And as life goes on for the majority of Americans, it’s perfectly legal in 29 states to fire an employee, or refuse to hire someone, simply because they’re gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender. Transgender employees face more challenges, and in 33 states it’s legal to terminate their employment because of their gender identity.
How very un-American.

The state of gay marriage in the US 6-28-14

3. Gay Marriage in Utah and Indiana

There was exciting news last week when two federal courts struck down Utah and Indiana’s constitutional bans on gay marriage.
The US Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, sitting in Denver, Colorado, ruled that Utah’s same-sex marriage ban violates the constitutional rights of gay couples, to equal protection and due process under the law.
The Tenth Circuit ruling has greater implications that extend far beyond Utah, because the decision applies to five state bans in their jurisdiction. The states are Utah, Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Wyoming. New Mexico is a marriage equality state in the Tenth Circuit, so the ruling doesn’t apply.
The court stayed implementation of their ruling, pending an appeal to the US Supreme Court.
Salt Lake Tribune reporter Jessica Miller notes:
The majority opinion attacked the state’s arguments, which relied on a link between marriage and procreation. They said the argument failed because opposite-sex couples who do not or cannot procreate are still allowed to marry.
"Utah citizens may choose a spouse of the opposite sex regardless of the pairing’s procreative capacity," the opinion reads. "The elderly, those medically unable to conceive and those who exercise their fundamental right not to have biological children are free to marry and have their out-of-state marriages recognized in Utah, apparently without breaking the ‘conceptual link between marriage and procreation."
The court’s ruling affirms U.S. District Judge Robert Shelby’s Dec. 20decision, which struck down Utah’s ban on same-sex marriage and prompted more than 1,000 same-sex couples to marry during a 17-day window before the U.S. Supreme Court issued a stay, halting all such weddings.
In a letter to the editor of the Salt Lake Tribune, Lori Stevenson expressed how absurd it is to be denied the right to marry.
On my way to work today, I heard Gov. Herbert say that he hopes an appeal to the Supreme Court of the 10th Circuit Court decision on gay marriage is quickly addressed. For perhaps the first time, I can say I wholeheartedly agree with the governor! I, too, hope that the Supreme Court quickly ends this absurdity of inequality. It doesn’t matter if people vote that they want to deny equal rights to their fellow citizens. Like I tell my children, just because you want it, that doesn’t make it right.
Chief Judge Richard L. Young, of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana, ruled that the state's gay marriage ban violated the Constitution's due process and equal protection clauses in the Fourteenth Amendment, and ordered Indiana officials to start issuing marriage licenses to gay couples.
Writing for The Associated Press, Charles D. Wilson said that Indiana county officials were unprepared for the ruling.
Wednesday’s ruling by U.S. District Judge Richard Young sparked a flood of same-sex weddings across the state and forced opponents to seek ways to blunt the impact of the decision, even as confusion continued across the state about how to implement it.
Many counties still weren’t issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples because of concern over the state-generated application form, which requests the names of the male and female applicants. While Marion County, the home of Indianapolis, instructed applicants to alter the forms to say “spouse” and “spouse,” other counties were hesitant to do so.
The US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, sitting in Chicago, Illinois, issued a stay of Judge Young’s decision, and put marriages on hold last Friday, in response to Indiana State Attorney General Greg Zoeller’s motion that the state was going to appeal the decision.
I wonder what state will be next?
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