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CLUTCH MY PEARLS! BRITISH CANOE ATHLETE MATTHEW JAMES LISTER (photos by lee faircloth) @ THE SUMMER DIARY PROJECT
THE RAPIDS with BRITISH CANOE ATHLETE MATTHEW JAMES LISTER
PHOTOGRAPHED IN HERTFORDSHIRE, UK BY LEE FAIRCLOTH FOR SUMMER DIARY
assistant: Chris Parkes
Lee Faircloth is a photographer living and working in Central London who spends a lot of time dreaming about living in the mountains with his husband and very loud cat. CHECK OUT THE FULL SHOOT HERE @ THE SUMMER DIARY PROJECT
these two sexy shower shots via ridin the gainz train
Just watched The Danish Girl the other night… loved the costume design/ art direction… the movie, not so much. Beautiful to look at but the story didn’t draw me in… and the wigs got worse as it went on. But it made me want to look at the art of Gerda Wegener. Goddess, she was soooooo good! Take a look…
I think it’s so cute that this whole Rey, Poe & Finn LOVE thing is all over the nets. Who will love who? Buddies for life!!! Fan fiction!!! This article! I really hope Lucasfilm makes Poe a gay. Just been feeling his gay vibe since seeing images of the character. Hooray young open minds!
Cute Poe/Finn/Rey illustrations after the jump…
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Release date: 1974
Writer Joseph Coencas (screenplay), Joseph Coencas (story), Christopher Larkin (screenplay), Christopher Larkin (story) A Very Natural Thing is a 1974 film about a gay man named David who leaves a monastery to become a public school teacher by day, whilst looking for true love in a gay bar by night. It was one of the first films about gay relationships intended for mainstream, commercial distribution. The original title of the film was For as Long as Possible. It was directed by Christopher Larkin and was released to lukewarm reviews and given an R rating by the Motion Picture Association of America.
When David (Robert Joel), an ex-monk still in his twenties meets Mark, he falls hard; soon he’s asked Mark if they can live together. Things go well for awhile, and then differences in their definition of “commitment” begin to push them apart. Mark wants other sexual adventures, David tries to go along. Can they talk through the crisis in their relationship or is a breakup in the offing? David sees his relationship with Mark as a marriage, so if it ends, can David’s heart ever heal? info via
three shots from AT HOME with GABE LADUKE IN MONTRÉAL
PHOTOGRAPHY BY PAUL SPECHT FOR SUMMER DIARY