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A very strange sexuality news day. First we hear tell that Anderson Cooper is a big fan of girl bits, and now super hottie Jared Leto kinda, sorta, maybe, potentially comes out?
ThirtySecondLeto: I’ll give you an exclusive.... TyeinMusic: ooh. lay it on me
ThirtySecondLeto: I’m gay
TyeinMusic: please tell me you're serious
ThirtySecondLeto: as a goose.
Worth Repeating has more details and the entire interview with AOL.
Pic comment from Patrick in L.A.: "He has a pink wrist band on. That picture was taken after a night out in West Hollywood for sure. He's doing the walk of shame."
Reader Ken sends us this appealing set of imagery of soap hottie Adrian Bellani, giving me yet another reason to quit my job and stay home watching daytime television:
Enjoy your weekend, everyone. It was supposed to be rainy and miserable here in NYC. Instead, it is brilliantly sunny and 65. Kinda puts a crimp in my indoor cleaning plans.
The new issue of The Advocate has a focus on the gays' fixation on superheroes, which should mean many a queer dollar spent this summer to see Superman Returns and X-Men: Final Stand.
Foster, as you may recall, played Claire's bisexual boyfriend Russell on several episodes of "Six Feet Under." But as you will see in the photo, could it be that sensitive, little artist Russell is – of all things – fuckin' ripped?
The flick also features Kelsey Grammer as a character known as "The Beast."
I can just see a blue, ultra-effete mutant, and how menacing he will really be: "Niles, I'm going to disembowel you!"
Do you like them with a smooth, shaved head? A handlebar mustache, maybe? Huge, bulging biceps and tats that go on for days? Then Buck Angel might be just the thing for you.
Oh, and did we mention that he has a vagina? (Were the "birthing hips" a giveaway?)
Since I seem to be striking out all over the place today – with attempts at humor that no one thinks are funny, and daily features that no one believes are relevant – I decided to post the most shocking video in Malcovision history.
It's not unlike the first rule in crisis communications: "Get all of your bad news out at once."
So prepare to behold a disaster of epic proportions. We're talking Poseidon to the 9/11th power.
Buck Angel is described as “the world’s first FTM porn star with a vagina.” That's kind of like saying you pitched the first no-hitter for a right-hander on a Tuesday at night on artificial turf.
In the most extreme and most extremely NSFW clip we've ever posted, Buck recently stopped by The Howard Stern Show. Things were going relatively fine until he/she agreed to ride the “Sybian,” an industrial-strength, vibrating self-pleasure device.
Just as a precaution, unless you are the biggest trannophile ever, you might want to have a shrink on standby, or at least a bucket handy. And when you stab out your eyes with knitting needles, don't say that you weren't warned.
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It may have been the equivalent of a clip show, but "Saturday Night Live" is always at its best when it features Rob Smigel's "Saturday TV Funhouse," and even better when the old clips are hosted by those ambiguously gay crime-fighters, Ace and Gary.
Two dozen of Smigel's most brilliant cartoons and films were shown on this weekend's SNL, sticking the shiv deep into everybody from Michael Jackson and Tara Reid to Disney, politicians and the Smurfs.
When Ace and Gary are picking the clips, you know there's bound to be some, uh, attention-grabbing content, such as Tom Brady in his underwear in a sexual-harassment training video or a naked Andy Samberg (with unfortunate pixelation).
I didn't bother including the clip with Samberg. The screen grab is probably all you need to know anyway.
A couple of bits of trivia: First, Ace and Gary are voiced by "The Daily Show" alums Stephen Colbert and Steve Carell, respectively. And second, last night I noticed for the first time that the "G" on Gary's chest resembles the "G" from Genre magazine, which is also a play on the "male" symbol: ♂. Maybe it's coincidence, maybe not.
Enjoy the clips.
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I know we have been a bit skin-deficient around here lately, at least, as far as political blogs go. Let's face it, we're no Made In Brazil, Oh La La Paris or Fleshbot. Hell, we'd even make a piss-poor Rod 2.0.
But I just had to share a spread from the May issue of Out magazine.
Look, I don't know who this Yves Saint Laurent person is, and I don't much care. And I couldn't tell his summer collection from a stamp collection.
All I know is, I'm all for fashion that consists of, well, pretty much no clothing whatsoever.
I'm serious. Can someone explain this to me?
Leaving the television on mute in the afternoon while working rarely yields anything of quality, but occasionally the video gods are kind.
What is going on in these All My Children scenes, I couldn't tell you. Who these characters are, I cannot say. One of the actors is apparently model Justin Bruening.
None of this is important. What is relevant is two built, muscley, shirtless, sweaty men playing basketball and threatening to strangle one another.
I thought the magically appearing chest sweat after commercial break was a nice touch.
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A few years and several additional pounds ago, ANT's comedy act wasn't exactly setting the world ablaze. So to make a little extra scratch, he decided to become a gay webcam pioneer.
He was smart enough not to put his own puffy torso on display. Instead, he placed an ad in a newspaper and soon met Kip, his first star. As the popularity caught on, ANT added new studs to the stable. And soon, he had enough to make a documentary.
"Webcam Boys," which played recently on "Here!TV," is the story of Kip, along with David, Pierre, Cory, Zack, Matt, Dino, Cody, Rick and Jeremy. More marketing ploy than Peabody Award winner, the boys give us an idea of what it is like to live on the Web, 24/7.
Kinda like a blogger, I imagine, except that y'all don't have to look at my ass.
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A few NSFW screen grabs after the jump.
TBS this week has been rerunning the last few episodes of "Sex and the City," and it got me to thinking: Here we have Mikhail Baryshnikov playing the suave Russian "Aleksandr Petrovsky," who has made a fortune as an artist. And what is his medium of choice? "Light installations."
Yes, the guy basically takes neon or fluorescent tubes and creates rather banal blinking things for which people supposedly plunk down big bucks. As any "SATC" fan knows, Carrie became fed up with all things Aleksandr and fled Paris for life back in Manhattan. (Of course, it didn't help that he "accidentally" hit her, either.)
No sirree, give me "dick tricks" instead. I'm talking about "Puppetry of the Penis," or "the ancient art of genital origami," created by Aussie duo Simon Morley and David Friend.
I have not had the pleasure of seeing the show in person, but I caught HBO's rerun last night of the "Real Sex" episode featuring this bizarre and rather painful-looking art form. If you're a "POTP" virgin, then prepare to be ... well, amused, anyway.
You will probably never look at the Eiffel Tower or hamburgers the same way again. (Very much NSFW.)
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Roberts was a prolific photographer of the male form. In the 1960s and 1970s, he focused on many of the beach bums and surfers who were discovering the sexual revolution on and off the sands of Southern California. He was profiled on a recent episode of "Sexplorations" on the "Here! TV" network.
Many of the models were friends and lovers of Roberts, a World War II veteran and gay activist who founded California's chapter of the pioneering Mattachine Society.
In the late 1970s, the L.A. Police Department raided his home twice and confiscated prints and equipment, which were eventually returned. (Frontal male nudity was generally considered obscene at the time.) In 1981, he hung up his camera for good, but he helped pave the way for other notable photographers who celebrated male beauty.
The video of the segment follows, and some very much NSFW photos are after the jump.
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The field of personal lubricant products these days seems more crowded than ever. New entrepreneurs are constantly springing up like kudzu to claim their piece of a lube pie worth more than $6.8 quadrillion in sales in the United States alone. Every month. And that's just for my house. (Ba-DUM-bum!)
But seriously, today's savvy lube purveyor is looking for a combination of marketability and quality to help him stand out from the crowd, resulting in a host of product names that are double entendres. Hell, most of them are so blatant, they're single entendres.
One man who thinks his cream will rise to the top is the hunky Eyal Feldman, founder of and spokesmodel for "Boy Butter." (By the way, anything you buy at CheapLubes.com, my retailer of choice, is 10 percent off until April 6, if you use the discount code Bunny10.)
Recently, Eyal sent me a sample of his product to give it a test drive, claiming that it would be "life-changing." (I know, few of you probably want to think of The Malcontent as a sexual creature, but a guy has needs!)
So can Boy Butter make me part with my beloved Pjur Eros? Find out after the jump.
It's never too early for summer at A&F. The retailer's new summer collection is out, with the requisite half-naked men to go with it.
Click to "uncensor" the image (NSFW).
More from DNA after the jump, including why porn star Lucas Ridgeston hung up the cum-rag ... and the gay Catholic blogger who opposes marriage equality.
Boys, put down the Krispy Kremes and listen up!
Ever wonder how the hottest Hollywood stars manage to keep their bodies in top form – aside from having jobs that are more or less all about how they look?
VH1 and Self magazine are collaborating on a new series called "Most Wanted Bodies," giving us the inside dirt on how to get and keep a leading-man look. (I always thought it was genetics, but apparently there's, like, hard work and stuff involved.)
There were far too many women in the most recent episode for my liking, so we are left with just LL Cool J, Nick Lachey and Matthew McConaghey for these highlights.
Whom does VH1 think is watching their network, anyway – straight men?
It's a gun show, and MalcoVision gives you front-row seats.
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The famous Florentine Michelangelo, for whom the term "Renaissance Man" practically could have been invented, was infatuated with painting and sculpting the male form. But as we now know, he loved to do other things to them too.
He liked to write poems about them. (What did you think I meant?)
On Thursday, a new exhibit of Michelangelo's drawings taken from virtually his entire career opens at the British Museum in London.
So the timing was right for the UK's superb Gay Times magazine to run a spread of photos inspired by some of those 500-year-old images, courtesy of male model "Petr."
He seems a little "softer" than what we're used to in American magazines. But to me, that only adds to the sexiness. Or maybe I was just in shock from seeing Gay Times in Germany surrounded by several other mainstream publications with naked ladies on the cover.
What follows after the jump is NSFW, unless your boss likes it when you look at man-ass ...
This week, the Real World presents us with Silly Homosexual Argument #4: How obligated are straight male friends to hang out at gay male bars?
After Tyler invites the house to a gay club, frat boy John and others manage only a short stay before wandering off for straighter watering holes.
Does Tyler confront John? Will the phrase "straight agenda" enter the conversation? Will the audience gasp in suspense as John breaks the cardinal rule of never ever pulling a clothed, gelled, and cologned mo' into a pool?
The answers are in this week's Malcovision clip. Though I must say, Tyler's ultimate reasonableness on the matter has kicked him up a notch on the adorable scale.
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