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LIMANAKIA is a wild rocky area located on Leoforos Poseidonos South of Athens. At those three distinct steep coves, gay Greeks and tourists of all ages and body types find escape away from the commercial beaches of Attiki. It is considered one of the most beautiful place to swim and not only…
Antonio takes this opportunity to create a fantasy world. LIMANAKIA is a surrealistic, sexual, romantic, visual collage transporting us back to stories about Greek homoerotic orgies. Male tanned bodies are freely exposed on the white sharp rocks. Standing like ancient sculptures under the heat of the sun, men come together tasting each others salty skin. The camera follows them into the sea capturing their playfulness surrounded by the magic of the Mediterranean waters.
Antonio Da Silva is an award-winning Portuguese filmmaker based in London. His work crosses the borders between cinema, pornography and art while he is not afraid to break taboos and stereotypes.
NEW YORK STRAIGHT MEN: This straight guy is furry, has a huge cock, and is a blue collar worker! What more can we ask for? Ramsey is a tradesman, he installs dry wall, has a girlfriend who just moved away and has no problem using a guy’s mouth for his own selfish pleasure. Ramsey has become a blowjob connoisseur and is not shy about telling his cocksucker, just how they should suck his cock.
DUTCH NEWS: Shia LaBoeuf, once famous for racing giant robots in the Transformers films, is to run a marathon around the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam. This ‘metamarathon’ around the perimeter of the museum is part of the symposium Metamodernism: the return of history being held on Thursday. LaBeouf is running the marathon with Finnish performance artist Nastja Säde Rönkkö and British artist Luke Turner.
fashionisto: New Soul model Keith Milkie hits the studio with photographer Ricardo Nelson. The former Varsity wrestler turned model is new to the Big Apple. Expanding his portfolio with Nelson’s photos.
FABTV: Desilu Studios adapted the popular children’s book – a satire of Kay Thompson’s “Eloise” series – into a TV pilot, which ultimately did not find a sponsor. This shortened version eventually aired with another recycled pilot and some new material with Lucille Ball and Gale Gordon as part of the “Victor Borge Comedy Theater.”
Suzuki Beane is a humor book written in 1961 by Sandra Scoppettone and illustrated by Louise Fitzhugh. The novel is a downtown satire on Kay Thompson’s Eloise series (1956-59). First published in hardcover by Doubleday & Company, Suzuki Beane reappeared as a McFadden Books paperback that same year. The story, sometimes described as “the Eloise of Greenwich Village”, is told from the viewpoint of a young child of Bleecker Street beats. Little Suzuki encounters a different lifestyle when she becomes friends with Henry Martin, a rich kid from the Upper East Side. The two learn about life, love and how to deal with prejudice in the early 1960s. The pair finally decide to “run away from home and start a village where a Square can be a square and a swinging cat can swing in peace”.