Thursday, July 28, 2011


I have never met anyone who was so in touch with his sexuality as Eddie Diaz. The guy is a walking sex machine. He's so sexy you can't help but get a hardon standing next to him, regardless if he's totally naked or fully clothed. He exudes a sexual energy that is outrageous and untamed. I imagine him walking into a dull party and leaving with a screaming orgy in his wake. Some people treat their bodies as a sacred temple, Eddie treats his like an amusement park and everyone's invited. This is not his first time in gay adult by any means but it's his first video on Randy Blue and we're thrilled to have him. The guy doesn't make love to the camera, he fucks it like a wild beast and makes it beg for more. First you have the eyes, you can't not sink deep into them, and that mischievous smile of his. And talk about a body, every inch of lickable chocolate brown skin, salty sweat and steam heat. The ripples on his six-pack abs, firm nips poking out off of his rock hard abs, and muscular shoulders leading down to perfectly formed biceps and triceps. And I don't even want to know how many squats he does at the gym to get those amazing legs. Saying his well sculpted body is a work of art is an understatement. And I'll keep from going on and on about his cock because I would need a whole other page just to begin, so take it from me, you just need to see it to believe it. And while his photos are worthy of printing out and plastering your bedroom wall with, you have to check out this video because hearing the soft, sensual moans coming out of his mouth would almost be enough to make you shoot your load.

Saturday, July 23, 2011

Maybe you saw Tika Milan from MTV’s I’m From Rolling Stone where contestants vied for a job with the famous rock publication. These days, Tika works as an HIV prevention counselor and editor-in-chief for the LGBT publication IKONS. Milan sat down with Black Enterprise magazine to discuss how his family reacted to his transition, how he relates his sexuality to others, and the intersection between trans-identity and his career.
Black Enterprise‘s latest issue addresses a huge range of black queer issues. We’ll be featuring some of the highlights from it in the days to come.

Thursday, July 21, 2011

"Gays!!" Who Run The World" Live By Scandocious J.r.

Just to remind how old you are!

Just to remind how old you are!

1. Windows XP was released TEN years ago, in 2001.

2. The “new” Millennium is more than a decade old.

3. Pierce Brosnan last acted as James Bond 9 years ago.

4. It’s been 10 years since 9/11

5. The Matrix came out 12 years ago, Keanu Reeves is 46 today

6. Mother Theresa and Lady Diana have been dead for 14 years.

7. Macaulay Culkin is 30 today. “Home Alone” came out over 20 years ago.

8. Terminator 2 is 20 years old. Edward Furlong who portrayed kid John Connor is 33 now.

9. Sean Connery is 80 years old and retired.

10. The youngest Spice Girl is 35, the oldest Backstreet Boy 39, Gwen Stefani is 41, Madonna 52

11. The first Harry Potter book came out 14 years ago!

12. The first season of F.R.I.E.N.D. S was aired 17 years ago!

13. ‘Kids’ born in 1993 can legally drive, drink and vote this year.

14. Jurassic Park is older than Justin Bieber.

15. Bryan Adams’ cult song “Summer of 69 was released 26 years ago.

16. Kids whom you remember in their diapers are now posting their pics on Facebook.

17. Facebook has been around for 7 years.

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

sexy harry

Express Yourself Craig Dixon Brandon Parker Sean Jones

Express Yourself

Craig Dixon

Brandon Parker

Sean Jones

BBC cuts Torchwood gay sex scene

British viewers won't see John Barrowman's sex scene

By Jessica Geen -
British Torchwood viewers won’t see a raunchy gay sex scene because BBC bosses thought it was too explicit.

The scene, with gay star John Barrowman’s character Captain Jack Harkness and a barman, has already been broadcast in the US on cable channel Starz.
The Sun reports that a source said executives felt the scenes were simply too sexy to show primetime audiences 20 minutes after the watershed.
The source said: “It wasn’t that it was a gay scene that worried people, but just the fact it was such an explicit sex scene, full stop.
“You can get away with scenes like that on American cable channels, but you can’t on primetime BBC1.”
A BBC spokeswoman told the newspaper that the gay sex scene and another which involved violence had been cut.
She said: “The UK and US versions of ‘Torchwood’ are slightly different. However, these differences do not change the story in any way and the strong storylines are first and foremost to the series.”
Last month, Barrowman promised Torchwood fans that the new series would be the sexiest yet, with “man sex” and “full-on” nudity.

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Mark My Words

Jamal Musbah

Jason Cates

Call for participants

My name is Danny K. Phillip and I from Trinidad and Tobago. I am a third year doctoral student at Loyola University Maryland and I am conducting a study on the emotional experiences of lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) individuals who live in the English-speaking Caribbean. The results from my study will be presented at two professional meetings this year (American Psychology Association’s Convention in Washington, D.C., and the Caribbean Regional Conference of Psychology in Nassau, Bahamas), in an effort to increase awareness of the special psychological concerns of the LGB West Indian population. Any data and information obtained from these studies will be presented completely de-identified, in order to maintain your confidentiality. Ultimately, I intend on using the information from this study to begin a standards of care document for mental health professionals – both in Caribbean and in foreign territories – who may be working with LGB West Indians. I also intend on extending this study to include participants from non-English speaking territories in the region.
 You are eligible to take part in this study if you meet the following criteria:
ü  Must be 18 years or older
ü  Must be self-identified as lesbian, gay or bisexual
ü  Must be a citizen of and currently reside in any of the English-speaking Caribbean territories
If you meet these criteria and would like to participate in this study, please click the link below. If you have any questions regarding this study, please contact me at
Thank you and I look forward to hearing from you!

-       Danny K. Phillip, M.S.

Danny K. Phillip, M.S.
Newman Towers GRC
APA Division 44 Junior Student Representative
Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student
Loyola University Maryland '14

Connections Events

About Us

Connections Events first launched in July 2003 with a party at Sunset Crest, St. James, Barbados.

The group originally consisted of members from across the Caribbean but currently only consists of Barbadians maintaining its contacts and association with our sisters and brothers across the Caribbean, Canada, US, UK and the wider world. Our events are currently only held in Barbados. We have some of the best all inclusive private parties in Barbados with tight security in check to make sure you can party with no fuss or fear.

Mission Statement

"To bring you a party at all times that you will never forget through giving you value for your money and to ensure at the end of the day that the majority if not all have enjoyed themselves."


The aim of Connections Events is to promote unity among our Regional brothers and sisters and by extension our International ones as well. This attempt is made through our annual social events with our ultimate party being held the last Saturday before Grand Kadooment (Barbados).

About Our Parties

Over the last two years we have fulfilled our guests requests of launching more parties in addition to our ultimate summer party.Our parties are all inclusive and at all times carry two (2) fully stocked bars, namely; a Bottle bar and a Premium Bar.

In our bottle bar you can find water, Heineken, Smirnoff ice, Guinness and Banks Beer (the beer of Barbados). ... while in our premium bar you can find Absolute vodka, Tanqueray Gin, Xtra Old Rum and Johnny Walker whiskey, Hennessy Brandy and Wine among other premium drinks to satisfy your taste.

Our drinks free parties are held at various locations across the island with a DJ guaranteed to keep you partying all night long bringing you the latest, hottest sweetest tunes.

With Connections Events we take partying to another level and you are guaranteed to be shouting "Please don't stop the music" as the clock whines down.

If you want to have a grand time whether it be partying or just chilling by the bar, then a Connections Events party is the right ONE for you.

Contact Us

Comments, Queries and Suggestions
We want to know what else we can do to make our parties more enjoyable.

We welcome all input since we can't do this without you!

Sunday, July 17, 2011

Calvin Klein X Underwear S/S 2010 Ad - Mehcad Brooks by Mikael Jansson

Gay Interest Films


 A witty, feel-good romantic comedy about a sexually-frustrated young man, his hunky go-go boy roomate and the man he meets in an online chatroom. Romance turns to chaos when a case of mistaken identity upsets his chance for true love.
 The great improvisational comedy team of Mike Nichols and Elaine May reunited to (respectively) direct and write this update of the French comedy La Cage Aux Folles. Robin Williams stars as a gay Miami nightclub owner who is forced to play it straight and ask his drag-queen partner (Nathan Lane) to hide out when Williams's son invites his prospective--and highly conservative--in-laws and fiancée to a meet-and-greet dinner party. Gene Hackman and Dianne Wiest play the straight-laced senator and his wife, and Calista Flockhart (from television's Ally McBeal) plays their daughter in a culture-clash with outrageous consequences. May's witty screenplay incorporates some pointed observations about the political landscape of the 1990s and takes a sensitive approach to the comedy's underlying drama. Topping off the action is Hank Azaria in a scene-stealing role as Williams's and Lane's flamboyant housekeeper, "Agador Spartacus." --Jeff Shannon
 'VANILLA' is anything but vanilla, if the term refers to the dichotomies between vanilla and kinky in the usual sense.

A young lad Jeff (Ryan A. Allen) is a highschool photographer who happens upon the kneeling suicide victim body of a beefy serial killer in the Bay Area. Questioned by the police and his father, he becomes obsessed with the string of murders linked to sexual encounters with young men, and his curiosity contributes to an art project as well as his own drive to experience how the murders took place. Just how far his curiosity leads him is the fairly dramatic conclusion to this short film.

His curiosity takes him deeper and deeper into the killer and his victims. When the ghosts of the victims seems to appear, are they apparitions or just dreams? As the apparitions become frequent does that mean the serial killer is still alive? maybe in him?

this is a sexually charged thriller.

(with hard coded spanish subtitles)
 Those Who Love Me Can Take the Train (French: Ceux qui m'aiment prendront le train)
is a 1998 French drama film directed by Patrice Chéreau and written by himself,
Danièle Thompson and Pierre Trividic. It stars Pascal Greggory, Vincent Perez,
Charles Berling and Dominique Blanc.

Awards and nominations

    * British Independent Film Awards (UK)
          o Nominated: Best Foreign Language Film

    * Cannes Film Festival (France)
          o Nominated: Golden Palm (Patrice Chéreau)[1]

    * César Awards (France)
          o Won: Best Actress – Supporting Role (Dominique Blanc)
          o Won: Best Cinematography (Eric Gautier)
          o Won: Best Director (Patrice Chéreau)
          o Nominated: Best Actor – Leading Role (Pascal Greggory)
          o Nominated: Best Actor – Supporting Role (Vincent Perez)
          o Nominated: Best Actor – Supporting Role (Jean-Louis Trintignant)
          o Nominated: Best Editing (François Gédigier)
          o Nominated: Best Film
          o Nominated: Best Production Design (Sylvain Chauvelot and Richard Peduzzi)
          o Nominated: Best Sound (Guillaume Sciama and Jean-Pierre Laforce)
          o Nominated: Best Writing (Patrice Chéreau, Danièle Thompson and Pierre Trividic)

    * Étoiles d'Or (France)
          o Won: Best Actor – Leading Role (Charles Berling)
          o Won: Best Director (Patrice Chéreau)
After a failed relationship with a waitress, a young gay man is challenged by his love for a straight mechanic.

Sometimes the Heart Needs a Mechanic
Jim is a man with a secret, one that has left him mired in a world of abandoned dreams and isolation. With his days spent at an unfulfilling job and occasional visits with a disapproving father, Jim has embraced idle fantasy, and cannot move forward into the story of his own life.
And then Jim’s small world is interrupted by romance.

When he meets Claire at a coffee shop, Jim is struck by her kindness and her easy way. Art is their common ground, and they begin dating. But underneath, Jim fears a strong connection with a woman, and retreats. Even when Claire confesses her love for him, Jim sinks deeper into isolation and loneliness.
Jim’s heart isn’t the only thing that’s stalled. His car has broken down, too. At the garage he meets Tom, a mechanic, a man of openness and a passion for life. Jim’s instant liking for Tom becomes an awakening of the spirit.

Quick to see his potential as an artist, Jim convinces Tom to visit museums. As the two become friends, Tom’s initial resistance to taking his art seriously begins to change and, in the light of Jim’s encouragement, Tom finds the courage to fulfill his own potential.
Tom’s risk-taking allows Jim to find the courage to face himself. Yet this courage will backfire, and their friendship will be sorely tested, as Jim struggles with the fact that, while Tom is straight, Jim is not.
And then things become honest.

Sex, politics and American culture are mixed into a combustible combination in Now & Later. Angela (Shari Solanis) is an illegal Latina immigrant living in Los Angeles who stumbles across Bill (James Wortham), a disgraced banker on the run. She takes him in. Through passionate sex, soul-searching conversations ranging from politics to philosophy, and other worldly pleasures, Angela introduces Bill to another worldview. As their affair heats up, the course of Bill's life begins to take an abrupt and unexpected turn.

The film was conceived by the director in reaction to American's penchant for violence in our culture and our puritanical censoring of anything involving sex. Familiar with philosopher Wilhelm Reich's notion that a sexually repressed society turns into a violent one, Diaz makes an unabashedly sexual yet cerebral film that challenges the perception that sex in media is harmful.