February 29, 2012
His name's Danny on Sean Cody and he is, reportedly, in 16 films. WOW!
He told MMA Magazine this: ""It's definitely a decision I regret," he told MMA Fighting. "If I would have known what would happen I definitely wouldn't have done it. But I had money issues and I needed help. I went there to do pictures, and they started throwing pretty high numbers in front of me. I didn't really think. It was a big mistake."
This was on Bananaguide: "The 25-year-old said he is completely straight and was able to bank almost $80,000. He quit the porn gig after his girlfriend found out and asked him to.
Cochrane expects to be teased on the reality show once the other cast members find out. "I'm looking forward to getting it done and over with," he said. "People can be shocked, and people can say whatever they need to say, and then we can move on."
The Ultimate Fighter premieres March 9, and is a quest to find the next Ultimate Fighting Champion. Cochrane earned a spot on the show after his surprise defeat of World Extreme Cagefighting champ Jamie Varner last year."
You know what? I actually empathize with the guy. I truly believe that straight men can execute gay porn for money. Anyone can force their body to do something that they don't really want to do, right? With enough will power? The trouble is that when you film yourself fucking, that shit doesn't go away. It'll haunt you the rest of your life. And if you choose to do something that makes you Googleable (like be on a reality show), it's going to be ugly. It's how you handle it, how you handle the accusations that determines what kind of man you are. And here, I think Danny, I mean Dakota, did alright by himself. $80 grand!?
From the CEO, John Goldwater:
“We stand by Life with Archie #16. As I’ve said before, Riverdale is a safe, welcoming place that does not judge anyone. It’s an idealized version of America that will hopefully become reality someday. We’re sorry the American Family Association/OneMillionMoms.com feels so negatively about our product, but they have every right to their opinion, just like we have the right to stand by ours. Kevin Keller will forever be a part of Riverdale, and he will live a happy, long life free of prejudice, hate and narrow-minded people.“
February 28, 2012
There's more where that came from.
February 27, 2012
This photo was posted on the Gay Marine Facebook page and spread like wildfire. The soldier who's hugging 'the giant,' has written a little response:
"To everyone who has responded in a positive way. My partner and I want to say thank you. Dalan, the giant in the photo, can't believe how many shares and likes we have gotten on this. We didn't do this to get famous,or something like that we did this cause after 3 deployments and four years knowing each other, we finally told each other how we felt. As for the haters, let em hate...to quote Kat Williams, everyone needs haters, so let them hate. We are the happiest we have ever been and as for the whole PDA and kissing slash hugging in uniform...it was a homecoming, if the Sergeants Major, Captains, Majors, and Colonels around us didn't care...then why do you care what these random people have to say? In summation thank you for your love and support. I received a lot of friend requests off this. I don't just accept requests so if your request was because of this post message me and let me know. Goodnight all, and Semper Fi." -Brandon Morgan
February 24, 2012
Here he is all butch at Home Depot:
Warning: Turn down the volume if you don't want to hear that damn LMFAO song.
Warning: Turn down the volume if you don't want to hear that damn LMFAO song.
February 23, 2012
Above we've got Justin Bartha of The Hangover II fame, who'll play the husband of Andrew Rannells, on the bottom (!), of The Book of Mormon fame. The show's a Ryan Murphy (Glee) creation and it'll be called The New Normal. It's in pilot-mode and it's about a surrogacy; Ellen Barkin plays a glamorous grandma to Georgia King, who'll pop the baby out.
And here we've got Brandon Routh on top, a former Superman, and Michael Urie, of Ugly Betty fame on the (total bottom), who will play a gay couple in a new CBS half-hour pilot called Partners. It's from the creator of Will & Grace. Get a load at this description: "The multicamera comedy, from Will & Grace creators Max Mutchnick and David Kohan, centers on lifelong friends and business partners —architects Charlie, who is straight, and Louis (Urie), who is gay. Routh, repped by UTA and Main Title, will play Louis’ steady partner, a former alcoholic, club-hopping model, now a sober, vegan nurse."
February 22, 2012
February 21, 2012
"Take Ur Clothes Off" is HERE.
February 20, 2012
It's just a horribly bad photoshop job. C/O JoeMyGod:
"A Twitter account cited as that of the [Westboro Baptist] church pastor's daughter, Margie Phelps, tweeted a low-resolution image of protesters this afternoon as the funeral took place. Star-Ledger reporters on the scene said access to that area had been restricted all day, and confirmed no active protests were occurring in the place depicted in the photograph."
From Bob Christie's detailed AP article:
"Saturday's revelation already led Babeu to call presidential candidate Mitt Romney's staff to say he would step down from his post as state campaign co-chair. Babeu campaigned with Romney and was featured in robocalls in Iowa attacking Texas Gov. Rick Perry, who was then seeking the GOP nomination.
"Sheriff Babeu has stepped down from his volunteer position with the campaign so he can focus on the allegations against him. We support his decision," Romney spokeswoman Andrea Saul said in a statement.
Some political observers think Babeu's career could be over.
"There is no question that his budding congressional campaign is over," longtime Arizona Republican political consultant Sean Noble wrote on his blog. "Because it is a Republican primary in a conservative district, it's likely that the thing that hurts him the most is that he was in a gay relationship.""
February 17, 2012
February 16, 2012
February 15, 2012
CHECK IT OUT.
They called it "Can’t see the forest for the wood: Porn star Colby Keller blogs about Marxism, Foucault and the delightful world of unexpected phallic imagery," and here's the first paragraph:
"Colby Keller isn’t your regular gay porn star. The tall and scruffy former art student has distinguished himself from the rest of the industry not only by his unconventionally hipster aesthetic, but by his unconventional interests. In his well-read blog, the Big Shoe Diaries, Keller writes about everything from Marxism to Foucault to his and his friends’ art projects. Keller’s blog is a testament to the way porn celebrity is changing in the 21st century, as performers face the increasingly difficult task of distinguishing themselves in a sea of free or pirated content. It’s also incredibly charming."
THERE'S A SLIDE SHOW!
February 14, 2012
February 13, 2012
We're talking about TBILISI, GEORGIA.
He pretty casually was outed by OK Magazine recently, with this gem: ""In his spare time, Matt admits that he wants to start a charity of his own. 'I think it's important to choose something that's really close to your heart. It would revolve around kids. If you can give kids a chance because they are what is carrying on our legacy.' The actor shares three kids with his partner, Simon Halls."
In that story he also admits to wanting to play Montgomery Clift, which is a little gay. But his sexuality's been guessed at and assumed for a while now, but he's denied gayness in the past.
All that being said, one of the best things is that he's hot as hell. And he's in a bunch of movies current and in the works. He's in the Channing Tatum-starring "Magic Mike" that's in post-production and getting set to star in "The Normal Heart." REALLY GAY!
Towleroad's giving us reader-submitted wedding videos weekly now, and I have to watch every single one. There's something about the little three, four or five minute video that's a heavily-edited version of a day of celebration. Not only is pretty much everyone joyously romantic, they're also well-dressed and trying to accommodate the whole "This day must be perfect" mentality. Plus when you have, say, eight hours of footage, you only take the good stuff. Nose picking, tears, wedgies and bad speeches get cut out. These videos are a greatly optimistic send-up to the ecstasy of a realized emotional commitment. Amir and Chandler look perfect for each other here but will undoubtedly have fights, maybe infidelities and perhaps divorce. But on this day, love is in the air and it's so intoxicating.
February 12, 2012
February 10, 2012
While reviewing ASAP Rocky Wednesday night, I was drawn to the flyer of a one Chris Webby coming through Philadelphia next week. Oh my goodness is he cute. But his rapping kinda blows and I don't really like much else about him other than that he takes his shirt off a lot and has comically bad tattoos. See for yourself on his WEBSITE.
February 9, 2012
RAF SIMONS' LEATHER HIGH TOP SNEAKERS ($620)
A.P.C.'s COTTON-TWILL AND LEATHER SATCHEL ($340)
PAUL SMITH SHOES & ACCESSORIES' LOVE COTTON HANDKERCHIEF ($70)
ALEXANDER MCQUEEN's LEATHER SKULL-EMBOSSED CARD HOLDER ($165)
This has been fun to watch unfold. The offending tweets are basically that if anyone gets excited about the David Beckham underwear ad, smack the shit out of him. And that Patriots guy in a head-to-toe pink suit? Somebody needs to send a member of #teamwhipass for that guy. These he rationalized as being digs at soccer and fashion, I guess. But no one's buying it, dude. It's funny how Twitter, used poorly, can get your ass fired in a heartbeat. And deleting them and arguing for their validity seems to only make things worse. Check out the Huffington Post for a great slide show of all the tweets and re-tweets.
CNN sounds off on their own kind.
Photo caption from the Oregonian: "Gov. Chris Gregoire and Rep. Jamie Pedersen, D-Seattle, celebrate after the House voted to legalize gay marriage in Washington state Wednesday."
From Rachel La Corte at the Huff Post:
"OLYMPIA, Wash. — Washington state lawmakers voted to approve gay marriage Wednesday, setting the stage for the state to become the seventh in the nation to allow same-sex couples to wed.
The action comes a day after a federal appeals court declared California's ban on gay marriage unconstitutional, saying it was a violation of the civil rights of gay and lesbian couples.
The Washington House passed the bill on a 55-43 vote. Supporters in the public viewing galleries stood and cheered as many on the Democratic side of the House floor hugged after the vote.
The state Senate approved the measure last week, and the bill now goes to Democratic Gov. Chris Gregoire, who is expected to sign it into law next week.
Gregoire watched the vote in the wings with the bill's sponsor, Sen. Ed Murray, who is gay and has sponsored gay rights legislation for years. Murray said the vote marked "a day that will be remembered in the history of this state."
Gregoire issued a statement after the vote, saying it was "a major step toward completing a long and important journey to end discrimination based on sexual orientation."