In his latest short film, funny guy Michael Henry asks his audience to ponder: Is a man’s natural scent a turn-on or a turn-off? Continue reading “Funny: Is A Man’s Natural Scent A Turn-On Or Turn-Off?”
More delicious eye-candy from personal lubricant manufacturer Boy Butter.
Starring woofy TV actor Facundo Rodriguez, this new ad spot is inspired by the timeless and iconic 90’s underwear ads of the 90s.
“We wanted to elevate the brand and portray a strong confident male figure that unabashedly owns his sexuality while still appealing to both men and women,” says Donna Feldman, co-founder of Straw Hat Productions, who produced the thirty-second spot. “This is the perfect time for brands not to put their marketing in quarantine.”
The sexy new spot will begin airing during new episodes of Bravo’s Real Housewives of NYC Thursday nights starting April 23rd at 9 pm / 8 Central across Los Angeles, Chicago and New York City.
“Boy Butter’s ultimate demographic loves the Real Housewives on Bravo and by highlighting our water based Clear lubricant formula, a favorite across genders and sexualities we feel it’s a natural fit.” says Boy Butter founder Eyal Feldman. “We don’t just want to deliver gay images but also make a fun sexy distraction for people in these times of lockdown.”
I am NOT mad at this.
I previously shared Boy Butter’s ad featuring Facundo churning butter in the dunes of Fire Island here. Who doesn’t love a good metaphor? You’ll want to click on that link 🙂
Former One Direction crooner Liam Payne stopped the internet when he shared some snaps from his recent photoshoot for Hugo Boss underwear.
Six weeks ago, photographer Mert Alas teased the upcoming campaign with an outtake on his Instagram:
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But that was tame compared to what was to come.
The ’Strip That Down’ singer clearly took his own advice for the shoot with Victoria’s Secret model Stella Maxwell that includes photos of Maxwell topless laying between a clearly naked Payne’s legs.
Payne told GQ Magazine UK that the session “got very raunchy very quickly,” adding that he “hadn’t been properly warned about the amount of nudity Mert [Alas] and Marcus [Piggot] do in their work.”
The 26-year-old candidly shares in his GQ interview “there was a lot of tequila involved for this shoot.”
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“It just ended up being a lot more naked than I thought it was – and for her as well,” he added. “She was also naked. And I was just, you know, ‘Don’t look!’ She was naked behind me and I was thinking, ‘Liam, don’t look whatever you do.’”
“I mean it was just a room full of five or six people and a hell of a lot of tequila to get me to this level,” he told GQ. “I was standing there and all of a sudden it was, ‘Right, OK, take them off.’ I’m like, ‘Really? Take them off? Off, off? Like on-the-floor off? Oh, my God.'”
Payne also posted this video clip from the shoot on his Instagram:
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The singer says his mother wasn’t too keen on the shoot once he shared one of the more raunchy photos with Maxwell.
“She took one look at it and gave me a clip round the ear,” said Payne. “All I was thinking was, ‘I better not tell her about the London buses!'”
Hugo Boss announced the choice of Payne for the new underwear campaign earlier this year with this smoking hot shirtless pic.
In addition to the new ad campaign, look for Payne’s debut solo album, LP1, due out on December 6.
When Isaiah and Taylor Green-Jones got married in Portland, Oregon on August 4th, the couple knew they wanted to do something special for their wedding reception guests.
“We’d always wanted to do a dance video, but had never made a routine,” share Taylor, 35, with Good Morning America.
Working with a colleague, Taylor choreographed a flash mob to Beyonce’s “Before I Let Go” and Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road.”
The couple told GMA they rehearsed for a month before the big day.
“Everyone was surprised at the wedding,” says Isaiah. “No one knew, so there was a lot of cheering, a lot of yelling. It was great.”
The response to the now-viral video has been overwhelmingly positive.
“Online, there was a lot of support. I think people felt inspired … because this video showed a little piece of light in the midst of a lot of negative energy out there,” he shared.
According to ABC News, the two hope that the video shows others “the importance of supporting folks and celebrating love, no matter what that looks like.”
|Madonna and Maluma in “Medellín”|
Madonna dropped her new music video, “Medellín,” Wednesday featuring Colombian reggaeton star Maluma, who is waaaay sexy.
The video, from her upcoming album Madame X, begins with a long shot of the pop queen praying in the distance:
“Dear God, how could I trust anyone after years of disappointment and betrayal?” she whispers. “How could I not want to run away again and again? Escape. I will never be what society expects me to be.” #ClassicMadonna
“Now, I’m Madame X, and Madame X loves to dance,” she concludes her prayer. “Because you can’t hit a moving target.”
Cut to Madge leading a dance class in her eye-patch wearing persona of Madame X, where she meets Maluma.
At this point, it’s important to repeat that Maluma is uber-charming and smoking hot.
|Madonna finds Maluma way sexy, too|
The dance lesson leads to some mattress dancing (which may or may not involve toe licking), and eventually a wild, raucous carnival wedding party.
In between, Madge dances opposite a horse in a darkened arena, which may or may not have a clearer meaning at another time…?
Did I mention that Maluma is way hot?
The duo will perform “Medellín” live at the 2019 Billboard Awards on May 1.
And this isn’t the only collaboration with Maluma. He’s also featured on another Madame X track, “Bitch I’m Loca.”
Madame X, Madonna’s 14th studio album, drops June 14.
|Gavin Leatherwood of ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’|
How did I miss Sabrina star Gavin Leatherwood showing off his holiday cooking skills?
The oh-so-sexy actor, who plays warlock Nicholas Scratch on the highly-acclaimed Netflix series, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, shows he knows his way around a holiday meal as he wields a turkey baster, some explosive whipped cream and pounds some spuds with those meaty biceps.
The series, starring Kiernan Shipka in the title role, has received universal acclaim, with fans and critics loving its dark tone and inclusion of LGBTQ characters.
Watch “Basting a Turkey with Gavin Leatherwood” below.
Make sure you check out the series’ Christmas special premiering 14 December on Netflix.
Praise Satan! I mean, Praise Santa! @sabrinanetflix has a X-mas Special dropping on 12/14!! I love this episode of #CAOS!! @netflix 🔮👹👼🏼🎄⚡️☃️🥂🍷☠️ pic.twitter.com/A5DPs4Dajv
— RobertoAguirreSacasa (@WriterRAS) November 12, 2018
|St. Vincent in a sea of bears for “Fast Slow Disco”|
I know, I know… No one wants to see a dance floor full of sexy, gay, leather-clad, harness-wearing bears grinding and pawing at each other to an edgy, sweaty, hypnotic beat.
But if you did…
St. Vincent (whose real name is Annie Clark) recently reimagined her song “Slow Disco” into a sensual, euphoric remix and set the music video in a late night dance club.
Climbing over, under and around the crowd of shirtless men who are touching, swaying and making out, St. Vincent is basically swimming a virtual bear soup.
After shooting the video, the artist took time to strike a pose with her boys which she shared on her social media:
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Produced by St. Vincent and Jack Antonoff, the singer says the remix was inspired by Taylor Swift, who Antonoff is close to.
“I don’t want to start a weird rumour or anything,” Clark said, “but I swear to God, you know because Jack Antonoff’s bros with Taylor Swift because they work together a lot, and I feel like Taylor was like, ‘You should make this a pop song’.”
She also shared that she imagined the sound of the track as a tribute to the Queen of Pop. “For me it was like, it’s such a homage to ‘Like A Prayer’-era Madonna.”
Announcing the release, St. Vincent tweeted to her 1 million followers, “Happy Pride. It was sweet of these boys to let me crash their party.”
Happy Pride. It was sweet of these boys to let me crash their party…
Watch: https://t.co/C2Bn4wMcPa pic.twitter.com/A4N1E4UefW
— St. Vincent (@st_vincent) June 21, 2018
On YouTube, St. Vincent told her fans, “I always felt this song could wear different outfits and live many different lives. Here she is in disco pants, sweating on a New York dance floor.”
St. Vincent has previously shared that she doesn’t identify as gay or straight.
Speaking to Rolling Stone, she said: ‘I don’t think about those words. I believe in gender fluidity and sexual fluidity [so] I don’t really identify as anything.”
‘You can fall in love with anybody,” she added. “I don’t have anything to hide but I’d rather the emphasis be on music.”
Watch the visceral new video below.
Check out this sexy new PSA from medsEXPERT Pharmacy based in Toronto, Canada.
Featuring a handsome young urbanite named “Bradley,” the short vid follows his adventures before and after picking up his prescription for PrEP.
Taken on a regular basis, PrEP (Pre-exposure prophylaxis), also marketed as under medication name Truvada, can reduce the risk of HIV infection by over 90%.
It certainly seems to set Bradley free.
Produced by Bulldog Productions and featuring Sofi Tukker’s “Awoo,” busy-boy Bradley’s social calendar gets turbo-charged once he’s in the PrEP swing of things.
“There is still a lot of stigma out there around the sex gay men have, it’s not always easy to find friendly or knowledgeable doctors and healthcare providers for LGBTQ+ folks,” Micheal Fanous, the owner and pharmacist at medsEXPERT told INMagazine. “Through this campaign, medsEXPERT wants to acknowledge the sex that men have and for all of us to be proud of who we are.”
The video ends with this message: “Don’t hate the player or the game itself. Take pride in your health!”
Oh – “And never apologize for who you are.” #duh
For more info about PrEP, click over to the Centers for Disease Control site.
Watch the sexy video below.
Total props to kenneth-in-the-212 for pointing up French actor Stanley Weber.
This pic embodies so much that my formerly blond teen brain could not process at the time.