It is a film about the carnival in Rio de Janeiro, with bodies that dance, talk and get excited. The city becomes a jungle and everything is allowed. It is an explicit carnival with penises and butts dancing with the rhythm of samba.
It is a film that emphasises the freedom of expression.
Portraits the carnival as a kind of an orgy / a consented orgy, where you explore your desires and fantasies and be who you really are.
(Subtitles available in English. Click on “CC” button on the video)
VIDEO AND PICS BY GEORGE X
Cuentas oficiales #GeorgeX
Sunday is frequently MEGA-POST day, but today after the heartbreaking Orlando news it just didn’t seem right to post frivolous and fun sexy man bits. But life goes on sadly and if you need a few minutes to escape this terrible tragedy (and you aren’t watching the Tony Awards), here’s a MEGA-POST for you to savour… when you’re good and ready, of course. XOXO Sissydude
WIKI: “Iconic photograph Flower Power, snapped by Bernie Boston on October 21, 1967, at the National Mall: Many debates have been brought up as to the identity of the young demonstrator placing the carnations in the gun barrels on that day. According to a 2007 Washington Post article by David Montgomery, his name is George Edgerly Harris III. Harris was a young actor from New York, about 18 years old, who later made the Summer of Love pilgrimage to San Francisco that for which the hippie movement was famous. There, he came out as gay, changed his name to Hibiscus, and co-founded of The Cockettes, a “flamboyant, psychedelic gay-themed drag troupe. Harris died in the early 1980s during the beginning of the AIDS epidemic.”
THIS DRESS THOUGH! by BCALLA
THIS SHIRT TOO! by BCALLA, buy it HERE!
I want more of this guy! FYI: His name is Tyler.
these 8 pics of Miguel Rual by Joan Crisol via see the rest of the pics from this set @ Homotography
these two shots by OTTER J
photo above by daniel ford
Ellen and Ian travel to Jamaica, a country notorious for its homophobia, and explore how the area’s gay community is perceived.
Ellen and Ian embark on a road trip from the Iowa State Fair to Pride in New York. With a country battling between religious liberty and the fight for queer rights, they witness the good, bad and ugly of America’s relationship with its LGBTQ citizens.
banana pic via Alexander B
most B&W vintage pics via Myselfixion
Ellen and Ian arrive in Rio during Carnival to find out how Brazil’s queer community live in a place with the highest LGBTQ murder rate in the world.
MORE images (w/ titles & names of artists) HERE @ 19th CENTURY BOYFRIEND
PAST SISSYDUDE/ 19th Century Boyfriend posts HERE & HERE