dale cooper & james jamesson together… good times! (though, why does super hairy jamesson have to shave his hairs around his nipples? seriously… why?)
RAGING STALLION: Circus bearded man James Jamesson is like a Viking: barrel-chested, with dense red body hair. Staring at an old snapshot of a masked man sucking a cock gets James hard. When he strips, his skin is pale making the red in his pubes stand out even more. This bearded man has a secret talent, he can suck his own cock, and he proceeds to get the head of his dick in his mouth while in a shoulder stand. That’s the super erotic position he’s in when circus performer Dale Cooper comes in. Dale – a handsome guy, with a long, curved cock hanging down from retro, bushy pubes – gets out of his clothes quickly, because he wants what James is having. Dale’s. James passes the meat from his mouth to Dale’s. They try other sleight-of-cock tricks you won’t see under the big top, like James sucking himself while Dale sucks his balls. When James comes up for air, his tongue gravitates to Dale’s hole, which is dilated and pulsing. Dale tells him to fuck it, and the penetration is bone-steady to the sweet spot. Dale grabs a ladder for support and takes it every way that James can deliver it. After three positions, both men are awash in sweat and the jism flows like a downpour. Behind The Big Top: Circus bearded man James Jamesson passes his dick from his mouth to Dale Cooper’s.
WIKIPEDIA: Brideshead Revisited is a 1981 British television serial produced by Granada Television for broadcast by the ITV network. The serial is an adaptation of Evelyn Waugh’s novel Brideshead Revisited (1945). Although John Mortimer was given a credit in the titles, Valerie Grove’s A Voyage Round John Mortimer revealed that Mortimer’s script was never used and that the series was actually written by the producer Derek Granger and others. The bulk of the serial was directed by Charles Sturridge, with a few sequences filmed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg.
Broadcast in eleven episodes, the serial premiered on ITV in the UK on 12 October 1981, on CBC Television in Canada on 19 October 1981, and as part of the Great Performances series on PBS in the United States on 18 January 1982.
In 2000, the serial placed tenth on a list of the 100 Greatest British Television Programmes compiled by the British Film Institute, based on a poll of industry professionals. In 2007, the serial was listed as one of Time magazine’s “100 Best TV Shows of All-Time.” In 2010 it was placed second in The Guardian newspaper’s list of the top 50 TV dramas of all time.
Episode 1: “Et in Arcadia Ego” (Original UK airdate 12 October 1981; 100 minutes) In the spring of 1944, disillusioned Army captain Charles Ryder is moving his company to a new Brigade Headquarters at a secret location he discovers is Brideshead, once home to the Marchmain family and the scene of both pleasant and anguished visits for the younger Charles.
Seeing the house for the first time in many years prompts a recollection of Charles’ first meeting with Lord Sebastian Flyte, the Marchmains’ younger son, at Oxford University in 1922, and the rest of the narrative flashes back to that time forward. At Oxford, two young men quickly bond and, although his cousin warns him to avoid Sebastian and his inner circle of friends, Charles is fascinated by them, particularly flamboyantly foppish Anthony Blanche. Short on funds, Charles finds himself fitfully spending the summer holidays in London with his indifferent and rigid father Edward until an urgent message from Sebastian sends him to Brideshead, where Charles is introduced to a world of wealth and privilege dominated by a powerful devotion to Catholicism.
WATCH ALL THE REST OF THE EPISODES AFTER THE JUMP…
“The Skatt Brothers (or Skatt Bros.) was a band from Ontario, Canada formed in 1979. They have been compared to “gay” bands like the Village People for parallels in music.”
So, I LOVE looking @ fan art. But usually I love the REAL BAD stuff… like my Beauty & The Beast post a few days ago. I decided to look for Thor related stuff (I get Chris Hemsworth boners on occasion). I had NO CLUE that people were into brothers Thor & Loki getting it on. Incest is indeed the best! I found all of these fine images on FUCK YEAH THOR & LOKI. The bad art was just bad… not really warped enough or funny. There were so many AMAZING works though. Sweet, touching, amusing, porny… and just plain pretty. See what you think…
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!
‘special care’, ‘you’re the one’ & ‘charity ball’ and a TEAriffic advert too! – FANNY (via gavin e.)
“One of the most important female bands in American rock has been buried without a trace. And that is Fanny. They were one of the finest… rock bands of their time, in about 1973. They were extraordinary… they’re as important as anybody else who’s ever been, ever; it just wasn’t their time. Revivify Fanny. And I will feel that my work is done.” — David Bowie (1999, Rolling Stone)
Fanny was an American all-female band, active in the early 1970s. They were one of the first notable rock groups to be made up entirely of women, the third to sign with a major label (after Goldie & the Gingerbreads and The Pleasure Seekers), and the first to release an album on a major label. They achieved two top 40 singles on the Billboard Hot 100 and released five albums.
“I just watched the full version of this today. It’s so sexy… provocative… lovely. These men are just so beautiful to look at and when you add listening to them talk about their experiences being red haired… well it just makes for a surprisingly complex viewing.” – Sissydude
Redheads. Fire crotches… This film collects samples of their testimonials and their body hair, skin and sperm. It is about being different genetically, about gay gingers, doubly in a minority, from Ireland to Israel to Brazil. A film made especially for ginger lovers. – Antonio Da Silva
BUTT says: Gingers will premier on Sunday 14 April 2013 at Fringe! a LGBT film festival in London as part of their shorts program. It will be screened at IndieLisboa’13 the following week on 22 April 2013.
A film by Antonio Da Silva
Cast: Andreas (Germany), Adam (England), Anthony (Ireland), Anton (Sweden), Andrew (England), Damien (Scotland), Don (Ireland), Mark (England), Matthias (Germany), Mateus (Brazil), Padraig (Ireland), Rui (Portugal), Sam (England), Sergio (Italy), Simon (Ireland), Sander (Netherlands), Simon (England), Simon (Ireland), Stephan (Germany), Tadeusz (Poland / Israel), Otavio (Brazil), Thomas (England), Xavier (France), (Netherlands), Zero (Brasil).
Camera Editing and Sound Design: Antonio Da Silva
Co-Editor: Tomas Baltazar
Support: THANKS to everyone that donated to watch and support Antonio Da Silva films.
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William Reiss is currently a development story artist for disney television animation. Other credits include co-executive producer for disney channel’s ‘fish hooks,’ creative director for cartoon network’s ‘chowder’, and storyboard artist/writer for nickelodeon’s ‘spongebob squarepants.’ In his career he has freelanced for companies such as dreamworks feature animation, playhouse disney/wild brain and simon & schuster publishing. He has earned two primetime emmy nominations and one annie nomination for his work with c.h. greenblatt on ‘chowder,’ as well as one annie nomination for ‘fish hooks.’ An alumni of calarts and rutgers university’s mason gross school of the arts, he continues to explore his interests in painting, illustration, and pop culture. Please feel free to send him a message!
SISSYDUDE LOVES: Clara Ward & The Clara Ward Singers on the FLIP WILSON show (1971) & MORE! (for Grant)
Clara Ward & The Ward Singers sings on The Flip Wilson Show in 1971 with a medley of songs like “Come On In My Room”(Clara), “I Sing Because I’m Happy”(Agnes) & “Dry Bones”(Malvilyn). If you see a hairdo with a white stripe in it it’s Clara’s mother Madame Gertrude Ward ( The Professional Business Woman in Gospel)
Left to Right: Madeline Thompson (Tambourine), Agnes Jackson, Clara Ward, Viola Crowley, Alice Houston and Dr. Malvilyn Statham (Tambourine)
Clara Ward (April 21, 1924 – January 16, 1973) was an American gospel artist who achieved great success, both artistic and commercial, in the 1940s and 1950s as leader of The Famous Ward Singers.
A gifted singer and arranger, Ward took the lead-switching style used by male gospel quartets to new heights, leaving room for spontaneous improvisation and vamping by each member of the group while giving virtuoso singers such as Marion Williams the opportunity to step forward in songs such as “Surely, God Is Able” (among the first million-selling gospel hits), “How I Got Over” (which she wrote; one of the most famous songs in the Black gospel repertoire), and “Packin’ Up”. READ MORE @ WIKIPEDIA
MORE AMAZING performances after the jump!