Book of Igor postcards by william baker
photo above: chalxharn
Mario by Dick Mitchell for Summer Diary
LOOK AT THIS GUY… What a beauty! It’s like Chris Evans and Al Parker had a total dreamboat love child.
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SISSYDUDE LOVES: DUSTI’S DIVINELY DIRTY DUDENHEIMERS/ SUPER HOT HAIRY MEN/ PHOTOS by DUSTI CUNNINGHAM
I usually hate Santa/ Christmas theme porn… but this is HOTARIOUS!!! Lot’s of verbal hilarity and HOT intense and mega camp porn sex. LOVE!!!
“OH MY, IT’S FRUITCAKE WEATHER”… A SISSYDUDE TRADITION: TRUMAN CAPOTE’S A CHRISTMAS MEMORY starring GERALDINE PAGE & DONNIE MELVIN (1966)
Geraldine Page gives a legendary performance in Truman Capote’s autobiographical short story about a young boys friendship with his elderly child-like cousin. A story of love, loss, and loneliness is a Holiday tradition that will warm your heart, and break it a little as well.
Wikipedia: “A Christmas Memory” was adapted for television for ABC Stage 67 by Truman Capote and Eleanor Perry. The production starred Geraldine Page and Donnie Melvin, and Truman Capote was the narrator. Both the teleplay and the program’s star, Geraldine Page, won Emmy Awards. The production also won the coveted Peabody Award.
Just bought this lovely pic @ Historic Images.
FILM FREEWAY: On May 20, 2015 Oregon became the third state to ban the practice of “conversion therapy,” the attempt to change LGBTQ individuals’ orientation based on disproven theory. Radical Inconvenient Love focuses on one man’s involvement in the effort to pass the ban, experience with the exempted Portland Fellowship, and perspective on how he lives with the practice’s deleterious repercussions.
“An artful, delicately revealing portrait of a gay man’s journey from religious self-loathing into self acceptance and pride.”
David Weissman, filmmaker (The Cockettes, We Were Here)
“Radical Inconvenient Love is a moving and important film.”
Eric Slade, director (Big Joy: The Adventures of James Broughton, Hope Along the Wind)
“Inspiring! Sheds vital light on a soulful transformation ~ beyond shame to liberation, activism and community.”
Stephen Silha, Journalist and filmmaker (Big Joy: The Adventures of James Broughton)