Wednesday, July 29, 2015




Bois In Service











As The Stomach Turns


Awhile back, Men.com announced they were starting production at Juicy Boys and that they would be doing bareback content.
They are premiering next week (August 6th) with former Sean Cody star Dennis West and a Men.com exclusive and (according to them)a top star.
They haven't directly named who that star is, but gaydailyhot has revealed that it is none other than Eddie Munsters illegitimate bastard son Johhny Rapid.

This follows on the heals of his August 1st scene with Jake Bass, in which Johnny (I'm no homo) Rapid kisses a dude for the first time on screen.

Personally, I could careless.
There ain't much a str8 owned porn company could offer me in the way of sexual stimulation, that I can't find better in amateur content on Xtube...for free no less.
But I know, a lot of gay men seem to enjoy these homophobic, G4P twat lickers, so here you go.

“Uniquely Nasty: The U.S. Government’s War on Gays”

Tuesday, July 28, 2015




Eat More Ass Tuesday











Cry Me A River

No one turned up for a planned heterosexual pride march that was supposed to take place in Seattle, Washington yesterday – leaving its organizer to march alone.
167 people had registered their intention to take part of the event online but when ‘proud heterosexual’ and Heterosexual Parade organizer Anthony Rebello turned up to march through Seattle’s Capitol Hill district with a ‘straight pride’ sign and bunch of black and white balloons he found he was the only one there.
Reacting to the lack of a turn out online, Rebello blamed negative attention from the LGBTI community towards the event, writing, ‘This is a positive event that the LGBT community tried to turn into something negative – not everything has to do with gay people.’
‘A lot of heterosexuals don’t want their pictures taken because they are scared of the LGBT community.’
Rebello has claimed that he had no anti-gay agenda in creating the event, writing, ‘We mean no harm by celebrating. This is a positive event for heterosexuals.’
‘We are not discriminating, simply celebrating our right to be heterosexual.’
However in a blog post written in June, Rebello said he saw same-sex marriage as ‘a trend’ and ‘a cry for attention’ by gay people.
‘Maybe animals should be allowed to get married? Would they govern and tax them too? While they’re at it, how about equal rights for insects?’
‘In my opinion, there is a difference between a man and a woman. If you can’t appreciate those differences, you can’t enjoy those differences. I don’t agree with boys turning into girls, and I don’t agree with girls turning into boys.’
Rebello wrote that he had organized the event to reclaim the word ‘pride’ from the LGBTI community.
‘The word/meaning of “Pride” doesn’t belong to the gay/LGBT community, it belongs to everyone,’ Rebello wrote on his Smile Me A River blog, ‘That includes us good old fashioned straight people.’
‘The way I see it, in my opinion, some boys never turn into men, and some girls never turn into women. What a shitshow. “Welcome to the other side of the rainbow” Really? No thanks.’
With every word this idiot utters, he reveals the true reason why no one joined him.
The total lack of anything resembling reason or concern for anything other than his own self indulgence and petty heterosexual exceptionalism. 


Guy Asks 100 Guys For Their Number

Saturday, July 25, 2015




It's Sunday... Time To Worship











In Kenya, Obama Reiterates Support For Gay Rights

U.S. President Barack Obama has reiterated his support for gay rights while visiting Kenya.
Obama is the first sitting U.S. president to visit Kenya.

At a press conference Saturday, Obama disagreed with Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta on his country's record on gay rights.
“When you start treating people differently not because of any harm they are doing to anybody, but because they are different, that's the path whereby freedoms begin to erode,” Obama said during a joint press conference with Kenyatta in Nairobi. “And bad things happen.”
Gay sex is illegal in Kenya. Some African leaders have called on President Obama to keep his views on the subject to himself.
“And when a government gets in a habit of treating people differently, those habits can spread,” Obama added. “As an African-American, I am painfully aware of what happens when people are treated differently under the law.”
Kenyatta, however, defended his nation's laws, suggesting that they were rooted in tradition.
“The fact of the matter is Kenya and the U.S. share so many values: common love for democracy, entrepreneurship, value for families – these are some things that we share,” he said. “But there are some things that we must admit we don't share. Our culture, our societies don't accept.”
“It is very difficult for us to be able to impose on people that which they themselves do not accept,” Kenyatta added. “This is why I repeatedly say for Kenyans today the gay rights issue is generally a non-issue. We want to focus on other areas.”

Only problem is Mr. Kenyatta, your *non-issue* isn't afforded toward the gay citizens of your country.
If you want to be perceived as a modern country, then you need to behave as one, not like savages who would rather destroy anything outside their false, religious piety.

Truer Words: "You Can't Evangelize And Antagonize At The Same Time"