SPORTSKEEDA: Mallakhamb is gymnastic sport in which a gymnast performs poses and feats while hanging from a vertical wooden pole or rope. Mallakhamb also refers to the pole used in the sport. The word Mallakhamb is composed of Malla, which denotes a gymnast or a man of strength, and khamb, which is a pole. Mallakhamb, therefore, can be translated in English as pole gymnastics. Of the states in India, 29 participate in Mallakhamb competitions at the national level. Mallakhamb can be used as a form of exercise or as strength training for police or other jobs requiring a high level of fitness.
darkly lit training photos via looka loopa
SISSYDUDE LOVES: “Evening In Space” – Daphne Guinness / video by David LaChapelle / song produced Tony Visconti
Parts Nico, Flash Gordon 1980, The Fifth Element & Bowie… GREAT stuff!!!
SHOWstudio: Daphne Guinness consolidates her move into music with a theatrical, mesmerising new music video directed by acclaimed image-maker David LaChapelle. Evening in Space was produced by Tony Visconti and is the first single from Guinness’ upcoming debut album, which is billed for release in September 2014. The video features custom fashion by many of Guinness’ favourite houses, including Iris van Herpen and Noritaka Tatehana, alongside pieces from her own celebrated clothing collection. Song Writing and Performance: Daphne Guinness Music Production: Tony Visconti Video Direction: David LaChapelle.
via JAMES ST JAMES
“the only way i can really get into my workout is if i edge and take selfies while i do so. FOR YOU MY FAGS!” FENIAN’S DIRTY SECRETS @ SHOOT IN MY PIT
FUZZY WUZZY DANIELE MURCIELAGO IS MY NEW BOYFRIEND!!! photos by alessandro calza (by way of arch noble)
A SILLY LITTLE BIG MEGA-POST with MATT CAPICCIONI, HUNKY MODELS, HAIRY HOLES, GIFidge and… ummmm… HAIRY HOLES!!!
next three shots via SDP by Ryan Edward Scott
I’m sure you’ve all seen this. I know I’ve seen it many times. Just watched it again. Still so wrong and utterly magical.
ABOUT: Boys Beware is a drama short social guidance film released through Sid Davis Productions. It deals with a perceived danger to young boys: predatory homosexuals. The film was released in 1961 and, under the copyright laws in the United States at the time of its release, has lapsed into the public domain and is available from the Rick Prelinger archives. MORE info HERE @ Wikipedia
1961 color version
1973 (same script, same music and narration… with different actors)
Someone posted this gorgeous image of the 1909 Chilocco basketball team on Tumblr and it really upset some people. I knew the Swastika was originally a Hindu symbol for “well-being” before it became a terrifying image for the Nazi party and used for hate. But I seriously had no idea how many cultures have used this symbol as well. I learned something today!
WIKIPEDIA: The swastika motif is found in some traditional Native American art and iconography. Historically, the design has been found in excavations of Mississippian-era sites in the Ohio and Mississippi River valleys, and on objects associated with the Southeastern Ceremonial Complex (S.E.C.C.). It is also widely used by a number of southwestern tribes, most notably the Navajo, and plains nations such as the Dakota. Among various tribes, the swastika carries different meanings. To the Hopi it represents the wandering Hopi clan; to the Navajo it is one symbol for the whirling log (tsil no’oli), a sacred image representing a legend that is used in healing rituals. A brightly colored First Nations saddle featuring swastika designs is on display at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum in Canada.
MOST CAMPY images from this post via Poseidon’s Underworld
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