Monday, November 30, 2009

Saturday, November 28, 2009

Neil Stevens and Nathan Lewis



Nathan Lewis gives Neil Stevens a sweet kiss

Friday, November 27, 2009

Christian Sharp and Dawson Riley

Dawson Riley licks Christian Sharp's hot body.

Christian Sharp and Dawson Riley Randy Blue

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Ty kisses Dawson



Like the measles, love is most dangerous when it comes late in life.

Friday, November 13, 2009

Davin and Lansing : My arms so empty without you by my side

Davin and Lansin ChaosMen

Seduce my mind and you can have my body,
Find my soul and I'm yours forever.

Saturday, November 7, 2009

Cayden and Sean : Love can sometimes be magic.

Cayden and Sean Randy Blue

When you love someone, all your saved-up wishes start coming out.

Jonas Brothers at the Schoenefeld Airport in Berlin




The Jonas Brothers attended the 2009 MTV European Music Awards in Berlin, Germany. Three cute guys were spotted catching a flight at the Schoenefeld Airport later.

Saturday, September 26, 2009

Sunday, September 20, 2009

Elijah and Vince : It is by chance that we met, by choice that we became friends

Elijah and Vince

You meet people who forget you. You forget people you meet. But sometimes you meet those people you can't forget. Those are your friends.

Friday, September 18, 2009

Nash and Vance : The best mirror is an old friend

Nash and Vance
Do not protect yourself by a fence, but rather by your friends.

Saturday, September 12, 2009

Nick anf Trent : Let's commit the perfect crime

Nick and Trent Randy Blue

Let's commit the perfect crime, I'll steal your heart and you'll steal mine.

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Saturday, July 25, 2009

Chris and Chad : Love is, above all, the gift of oneself.



Love actually is all around us. A love affair with knowledge will never end in heartbreak.

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Actor Daniel Radcliffe loves the fact people think he's not straight

Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe loves the fact people think he's not straight. In a recent interview with Moviefone, Radcliffe stated "I grew up around gay people my entire life, basically, that's possibly why I'm quite camp, and some people think I'm gay when I meet them, which I think is awesome. It's always good to keep them guessing."

Radcliffe also revealed that according to some internet sources, he has a 'gay face': "I don't go on any blogs or chats or anything, but my friends are demons for them, and apparently someone said "Daniel Radcliffe is gay. He's got a gay face!" [Laughs] I really don't know what a gay face is." The statement came as the 20-year-old star discussed the recent rise of Harry Potter headmaster Dumbledore as an icon for the gay rights movement.

The actor gave his full support to Rowling for her decision to create a gay character within the series: "I think it's wonderful that Dumbledore was outed as gay … Half of me thinks Jo Rowling just did that to see if she could piss off the right wing, but I'm not sure how true that is. I think she had it planned, I think she always knew he was gay."

He also opened up about the infamous Equus picture. "It was just going to happen, wasn't it? Somebody was going to get a picture up. It's not me looking my proudest, if I'm honest with you, it's not me in my best [laughs]. But, hell, the pictures were always going to get out, and I knew that. And frankly, there's not even one part of me that feels I shouldn't have done it. It was the best thing for me, to get back to what I love doing, which is acting" Radcliffe said.

Friday, July 10, 2009

Chico’s Tacos restaurant doesn't like homosexuals eating their fast-food tacos

Carlos Diaz de Leon and four friends visited the popular Chico's Tacos chain in Montwood for dinner late on June 26, when security guards at the establishment noticed two of the men kissing and said the behavior meant they would have to leave. De Leon called the police, who sided with the security guards, citing a state law against homosexual activity that was overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court in 2003.

"It was a simple kiss on the lips," said Carlos Diaz de Leon.

De Leon quoted one of the guards as saying he didn't allow "that faggot stuff" in the restaurant.

Police declined to identify the officers who responded, but department spokesman Javier Sambrano described one officer as relatively inexperienced.

De Leon said the officer told the group it was illegal for two men or two women to kiss in public. The five men, he said, were told they could be cited for homosexual conduct -- a law the U.S. Supreme Court ruled unconstitutional in 2003 in Lawrence v. Texas.

Chico's Tacos just celebrated their 56-year anniversary this past Fourth of July. Now a planned protest is aimed at the popular El Paso restaurant chain.

"I have had over 67 text messages this morning, people asking if we need anything they're there for us," said Carlos Diaz de Leon.

Part of that support is people threatening to boycott the popular El Paso establishment Chico's Tacos.

"I'm not trying to get people not to go to Chico's, we love the food at Chico's, everybody loves Chico's," said Diaz de Leon.

But after Carlos and his friends were kicked out of the restaurant after two of his friends - both men - kissed on the lips, he says he's a little disappointed with Chico's. "We are, however, a little bothered that the management didn't step in."

Chico's Tacos owner Bernie Mora says he was out of town when it happened. He rarely addresses the media but tells ABC-7 he serves up tacos, not discrimination.

Mora says, "We are here to sell tacos, not to offend anyone."

"The security guard received a complaint from some of the customers there," El Paso police Detective Carlos Carrillo said. "Every business has the right to refuse service. They have the right to refuse service to whoever they don't want there. That's their prerogative."

Briana Stone, a lawyer with the Paso del Norte Civil Rights Project, disagreed.

She said the city anti-discrimination ordinance protects people on the basis of gender identity and sexual orientation in public places. Perhaps more troubling, she said, was that the police officer chose not to enforce that ordinance and might have contributed to discrimination.

"This is such a blatant refusal to uphold the law on account of discrimination," she said. "The result is devastating. The Police Department is allowing that and even participating in it by refusing to enforce an anti-discrimination ordinance, which is what their job is."

Lisa Graybill, legal director for the ACLU of Texas, said that businesses can ask patrons to leave for lewd conduct, but that those standards would have to apply to all customers.

"If a straight couple wouldn't have gotten kicked out for it," she said, "a gay couple shouldn't."

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Cristiano Ronaldo's official presentation as a Real Madrid player at Bernabeu

Cristiano Ronaldo has been unveiled as a Real Madrid player in front of thousands of nearly 80,000 screaming supporters at the Bernabeu Stadium after completing his £80 million move from Manchester United.

After 50,000 turned out for the presentation of Brazilian playmaker Kaka last week, the club faithful began converging on the stadium around lunchtime to welcome the Portuguese international.

The huge arena in the centre of the Spanish capital again reverberated to the beat of rock music as a selection of Ronaldo's goals were replayed on a giant screen in the centre of the pitch.

Shortly after 9pm local time, the World Player of the Year emerged to a rapturous reception and was welcomed on stage by club legend Alfredo di Stefano, compatriot Eusebio and club president Florentino Perez.

After three long years of waiting, Madrid have their man, and their man has Madrid. “This is my new home,” he said. As if the six-year £200,000-a-week contract was not greeting enough, he has the sight of a stadium genuflecting in his image to greet him.

“I am very happy to be here,” Ronaldo, clad in Real's all-white strip and his new number nine shirt, told fans.

“A childhood dream has come true for me, to come to Real Madrid. It's incredible that the stadium is full just for me,” he added, before showing off his skills with the ball and greeting fans around the stadium.

He also took the opportunity to pay respect to the fans: "I didn't expect a jam-packed stadium. This is truly impressive."

Ronaldo, who will wear the number nine shirt for the club, is the third player to be unveiled by Madrid since Florentino Perez became President of the club at the beginning of June, following in the footsteps of Kaka and Raul Albiol.

The attendance for Ronaldo at the Bernabeu is believed to be the biggest turn-out for an unveiling since an estimated 75,000 saw the arrival of Diego Maradona at Napoli from Barcelona in 1984.

The world’s most expensive player at £80 million admitted his ambition is to once again win the Champions League trophy he claimed with Manchester United and will be doing everything he can to achieve it.

But Ronaldo does not see himself as the only one capable of turning the club’s fate around insisting he is “not the only one that plays.”

He said: “In the games there are many players. I will be part of the team and I will give my best to win the Champions League. We have a great team and a great coach [Manuel Pellegrini]. We are going to take it step by step, taking it calmly, and then we can think about winning the Champions League. We have a decent chance, but we need to take it slow and work hard.”

Ronaldo played a key role in helping United reach two consecutive Champions league finals and has confidence in his ability to adapt in order to help Real achieve more European success.

“I know I’ll feel more pressure here than at Manchester United, but I have faith in myself and I’m ambitious. I want the league to begin so I can do my absolute best,” he added.

“I expect a different league of course. I played six years in the Premier League and it’s very difficult. It’s faster and players are stronger. It’s very competitive here as well. I think I’m ready for the challenge. I eat well, sleep well, drink well. It’s not a problem, I’m ready for La Liga.

“I hope I can give some problems to defenders, and I think it will be interesting.”

Cristiano Ronaldo also has to face the challenge of dealing with Spain's voracious press despite his stated desire to lead a "quiet" life in Spain and focus on winning titles.

"I'm going to watch TV at home, quiet, with my feet on the table", he told a news conference late on Monday where he faced repeated questions over his capacity to deal with the temptations of Madrid's lively nightlife.

"I worked hard to get here, I am not going to go sleep under a banana tree now," the 24-year-old Portuguese striker added.

"We have a globally known footballer as well as a potential cover of Vogue," wrote daily newspaper El Mundo, adding Ronaldo does not hate nightlife as shown by his recent flirtation with Hollywood socialite Paris Hilton.

In a country where gossip magazines and television shows dedicated to celebrities are an institution, the Portuguese playmaker risks being pursued at all times by the camaras and smitten women.

"He is going to have the paparazzi at his door at all hours, and being single, in Madrid the press is going to claim three or four different women are his girlfriend everyday," said Atletico Madrid's former Portuguese international Paulo Futre.

"Ronaldo is responsible for the most expensive transfer of all time, is involved in marketing campaigns and in Spain the gossip press is very influential. This is an explosive mixture," he told daily Portuguese newspaper Correio da Manha.

Sunday, July 5, 2009

"Click It!" Broadway Bares 19.0

Created in 1992 by Tony Award winning director and choreographer Jerry Mitchell, the event features the hottest male and female dancers on Broadway and has become one of Broadway Cares / Equity Fights AIDS' signature events.

This year’s show raised a grand total of $808,819 to benefit BC/EFA. Peter Gregus directed the show, which featured original Jersey Boys star Daniel Reichard as the central character, who was joined onstage by a host of stars including Heidi Blickenstaff, Kevin Chamberlin, Gavin Creel, Sutton Foster, Allison Janney, Norm Lewis, Bryce Ryness, Michael Urie, and Jason Walker. The show also featured a special performance by international recording artist and dance music superstar Kristine W.

Click It! Broadway Bares 19.0

Hot boys in Click It! Broadway Bares 19.0

Click It! Broadway Bares 19.0

Click It! Broadway Bares 19.0

Click It! Broadway Bares 19.0

Click It! Broadway Bares 19.0

Click It! Broadway Bares 19.0