Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Behind The Scenes With Jockstrap Cowboys Part 2


 

Andrew Christian has followed up its initial Behind The Scenes With Jockstrap Cowboys with a Part 2, which I've posted belowed. It's features lots of hot butts, especially Quinn Jaxon's.

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Monday, July 30, 2012

Reed Kelly In The Cell Block Tango from CHICAGO



I found this incredible video on YouTube of that fantastic Broadway dancer Reed Kelly performing at Broadway Backwards, which is a benefit event for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids in which Broadway performers reverse roles and by that I mean Broadway male singers sing songs originally written for women and Broadway female singers sing songs meant for men.  In this video, all the merry murderesses are replaced by merry murderers and the Cell Block Tango from Chicago is given a whole new turn.

Sunday, July 29, 2012

Patrick O'Brien aka Paddy O'Brien (Revisited)



One of the most popular guys that have appeared on this blog is gay-for-pay male porn star Patrick O'Brien aka Paddy O'Brien. Hence I'm always on the look-out for new photos of this Irish hunk, preferably sans clothing,











Patrick seems to be happy to add fingers down below. Is a video in which he bottoms in his future?


Friday, July 27, 2012

Hot Buns For the Weekend Of July 26, 2012







Love the low hangers





Jett Adore & The Stage Door Johnnies

I love Jett Adore and the Stage Door Johnnies which includes Ray Gunn and Bazuka Joe. These guys are male burlesque artists. To call them male strippers is missing the point. Yes, they undress on stage but their acts focus more on the tease than on the act of being naked. Their strips are always imaginative and sexy and Jett is as hot as a pistol. He's got a cute little ass to bout! Here are some photos and recent videos I found on YouTube.









 


Jett seems to enjoy showing off his gorgeous butt just a little bit longer than the rest of his group!




 


Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Joshua Tree Park



One of my most favorite places to visit when I am in the Palm Strings area is Joshua Tree Park. It's a National Park that is roughly a forty-five minute drive from my house in Rancho Mirage. The serenity of this location is not to be believed. I go there to get away from the noise and the crowds and the bad air. On a good day there's virtually no one in the park except a few hikers, just you and your thoughts. Here are some photos I recently snapped of my favorite vistas and sights in the park.


















Monday, July 23, 2012

Marilyn Comes To The Palm Springs Desert



Fifty years after her death, Marilyn Monroe is every bit as popular as she was at the height of her career.  I recently received the catalog of the Beverly Hills auction house Profiles In History and noticed that it featured a heretofore unknown nude photo by Bruno Bernard of a very young Marilyn Monroe. In the photo Marilyn seems very sweet, reflective and unaffected. What would she think if she knew that her likeness from Seven Year Itch, complete with her dress being blown in the wind to reveal a sexy pair of white undies  covered her shapely butt, had now been crafted into a garish 30 foot statue named Forever Marilyn which has been erected in the heart of Palm Springs, for the enjoyment of tourists and locals alike, who pose underneath her skirt for souvenir photos?









This giant statue of Marilyn Monroe was created by 80-year-old artist Seward Johnson, an heir to the Johnson & Johnson fortune, and was housed in Chicago since July 2011. It  was erected in the Palm Springs California Desert on May 7, 2012 at a temporary public park — the site of an old Bank of America demolished in February — until new buildings are constructed as part of the Desert Fashion Plaza revitalization project. The statue stands on a replica of the subway grate over which Monroe famously held down her skirt in the 1955 movie The Seven Year Itch.


It took a six-member crew of artists, including those who originally built Forever Marilyn to assemble the giant sculpture on the busy Palm Springs intersection. Getting the 40,000-pound sculpture to the desert cost approximately $78,000 which includes transportation, assembly and insurance.







Here's my photo underneath Marilyn's legs, the only woman's legs I'd ever get in-between: