Saturday, August 31, 2013

Francisco Lachowski


Caught you lookin'.




The Secret Diaries of George Washington reveal the salacious hidden history of some of America's Founding Fathers.



Fries before guys.


To each his own. I tend to like them young, slim and smooth.


Oh my, a slippery slope.


GERONTOPHILIA


Touchstone the Jester by John William Waterhouse (1849-1917)


The Lord Won't Mind

I ordered this through the mail when I was still in high school. This was the cover. I tore it off so that if my parents saw it, they wouldn't have any idea that it was a story about gay boys. I think I read it from cover to cover in one sitting without breathing.

Even back then I thought the title was a bit corny, and it was odd since neither of the boys were particularly religious if I recall. I think the title comes from something the maid said. When she learned about two men who were caught together, she said something like, "Well, I think if it's love, the Lord won't mind."

Books by Gordon Merrick







by Erich "Ricco" Wassmer


The Conversation (2009) by Dwight Hoffman (Pompano Beach, FL)


The Good Samaritan (1885) by Ferdinand Hodler


The God of Spring and Love tames the God of War.



Taken Out Of Context...

These Vintage Comic Book Panels Are Wildly Homoerotic









Artist Spotlight: Paul Freeman | Advocate.com

Artist Spotlight: Paul Freeman | Advocate.com

Scotland: Same-sex marriage Bill to be fast-tracked

Scotland: Same-sex marriage Bill to be fast-tracked

Lady Gaga 2013 VMA Applause Recap


Mary Cheney Criticizes Her Sister on Same-Sex Marriage

Mary Cheney Criticizes Her Sister on Same-Sex Marriage

Agustin Alerborn and Andre Fellipe by Gustavo Zylbersztajn




 


 



Károly Kernstok: Self-Portrait


Putting the Stone by Sir Hamo Thornycroft


The Sower (1886) by Sir Hamo Thornycroft


Flower Boy (1975) by Louay Kayyali (Syrian, 1934-1978)


Three Boys (1934) by Bernard Fleetwood-Walker


Cloudburst (2011)

I think Cloudburst is a delightful film. Funny and poignant. Lots of beautiful scenery, too. Stella and Dot, played by Olympia Dukakis and Brenda Fricker, have been together for over 30 years, but their relatives don’t recognize them as a couple, and when Dot, who happens to be blind, takes a fall, they want to separate Stella and Dot, put Dot in a nursing home and sell their house. So the two women decide to run away to Canada and get married.

 
Prentice, played by Ryan Doucette, is a young man they meet and befriend while on the road. I think he’s cute and sweet. We see quite a lot of Prentice.