HOTARIOUS: Joe Marler and Danny Care… and two little words. It takes a while but they get there eventually (and very HOT to watch)
SISSYDUDE LOVES: CHRISTIAN Episodes 1 – 9 (from NFB series “measuring the human side of the canadian economic crisis” 2009/2010)
Following a stint in the Big Apple, Christian Aldo pursues a successful career as an artist and decorator in his hometown of Windsor. Then the crisis hits.
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Christian is back from New York, but the crisis has clobbered Windsor’s art scene – and he’s getting restless.
His 40th birthday is looming and his hometown is getting him down. Is it time for Christian to move on?
Christian’s got more than one trick in his paint box. Looking for Halloween thrills? Step right up.
Pieter Ampe & Guilherme Garrido took male bonding to a whole other level Tuesday night in their World Stage debut of Still Standing You. Using their bodies as instruments to shamelessly seek out what they mean to each other, no physical or emotional stone was left unturned. Still Standing You is unique, startling, hilarious and physically intense. So physically intense, actually, that Pieter and Guilherme can only perform the piece, at the most, two consecutive days in a row.
Several minutes of a variety performance by The Good Company, from a 1968 CBC “Show of the Week” hosted by Juliette (who also appears in the segment). The man performing “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face” is Frank Moore, who went on to a busy acting career that included co-starring in the David Cronenberg horror classic “Rabid”.
In my room. With myself… Hairy. Very quick short film about nudity and male eroticism
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Oh yes, I know I’ve posted Frankie before… but I love him so! Let’s take a walk down memory lane (on his tumblr), shall we…
Photo MIX-IN: model erik conover, bath rugby players (emphasis on Tom Heathcote, Nathan Catt & Rob Webber), other sexy boys & various hairy asses
Thanks LADY BUNNY for introducing me to this women!
Dorothy Squires was one of the biggest British singing stars of the 1940s, a charismatic and electrifying stage performer.
Thanks to a lengthy professional – and personal – partnership with the respected composer and musician Billy Reid, she topped theatre bills throughout Britain and became one of the UK’s biggest record-sellers. READ HER STORY HERE!