HOTARIOUS: THE STREETS OF SAN FRANCISCO/ MASK OF DEATH with JOHN DAVIDSON as a female impersonator/murderer (via Grant)
John Davidson’s best acting performance (in the eyes of nearly everyone associated with the show) comes when he plays a nightclub entertainer who dresses up as a famous female torch singer. Unfortunately he is schizophrenic, and becomes her and him — at the same time. Even worse, “she” is a psychotic killer. Watch for a chilling scene where “he” talks to “her” in a mirror. Written by Peter Harris
He looks like a hot dad into kinky cosplaying. I’m there. I hope the actor doing this has done gay porn… I really do.
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AWESOME SUNDAY AFTERNOON THINGS: ROGER CASEMENT was a TOTAL BABE (via Fran), Virgenes de la Puerta, Champagne Belly “Spins The Bottle” & Chris Clark sings on a roof!!!
CHRIS CLARK – DON’T BE TO LONG TAKEN FROM WHERE THE ACTION IS TV SHOW 4TH AUGUST 1966.
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Grab a drink. Grab a chair. And you might grab the boy of your dreams. Join Champagne Belly in the high school game “Spin The Bottle”. Are you feeling lucky?
IRISH CENTRAL: MacDonagh and MacBride and Connolly and Pearse. Every Irish school boy or girl knows the names of all the main players in the Easter Rising of 1916, but one revolutionary patriot has long been denied his due. If you’ve never heard of Roger Casement the reason is as simple as it is sad, he was homosexual. For that reason he was ignored when he was not being written out of our revolutionary history. At the turn of the century Casement, a longtime diplomat and human rights activist, was undergoing a profound and personal transformation. His travels were proving to him that the British Empire (and other colonial European powers) were profiting from exploitation, cruelty and murder….
That series of developments ought to have inducted him into the Irish revolutionary hall of fame, but an an unexpected wrinkle in the tale prevented it. A set of diaries, which British authorities claimed he had written in the years 1903, 1910 and 1911 was circulated. They revealed that he was homosexual, that he was remarkably promiscuous, and that he usually paid for his encounters, which involved much younger men and teenagers from a lower social class.
BLACK DIARY Exerpts & pics after the jump…
I hope y’all can take some firm pointers from this tutorial. The scrub daddy is a special sponge that soaks up all the right things and gets the grime off filthy dirty spoons and long objects.
DOMINIC SANTOS!!! AWESOME BAD “DAYS OF OUR LIVES” ACTING & GETTING FUCKED by “STRAIGHT” JORDAN LEVINE!
HOTARIOUS: JUSTIN VIVIAN BOND & TAYLOR MAC – “Were You There When They Crucified My Lord” (2011) via david & derek
Justin Vivian Bond & Taylor Mac tear up the house with their rendition of “Were You There When They Crucified My Lord.”
Performed at the Castro Theatre, 4/9/2011; event produced by Marc Huestis presents; piano by Thomas Bartlett; camera by Mark Kliem; sound by Randall Schiller productions
UNDERGROUND FILM JOURNAL: Everybody wants Joe. In the Paul Morrissey directed Heat from 1972, Warhol superstar Joe Dallesandro plays an ex-child star who now sleeps around to get by in Hollywood. Among his conquests is an aging actress, Sally (Sylvia Myles), whose glamorous heyday has long passed her by. While she wants to help Joe attain his dreams, her goodwill may be undone by her psychotic, potentially lesbian daughter Jessie (Andrea Feldman).
This was the third film in Morrissey’s so-called “trash trilogy” that also included the films Flesh (1968) and Trash (1970).