InstaHunk Round-Up: Weekend Edition

Fitness model Dan Tai (via Instagram)

Checking in to see how the Hunks of Insta are doing this fine weekend.

First up, Dan Tai (above) was just happy to get to the weekend and was looking forward to some self-time. We know how you feel, Dan…

Joel Green had family on his mind:

 

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Olympic diver Tom Daley is doing his dolphin thing at the aquatic center keeping his eye on the upcoming Olympics:

 

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Wilhelmina model Pierre Vuala was looking for a volleyball partner:

Actor Luke Evans is considering becoming a doggie daddy:

 

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Carson Tueller has been killing at the gym and has a message for the fitness industry:

 

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DJ (and Daddy Wolf) Thiago Oliveira reminds us to hydrate after a workout:

Fitness guru and ‘Survival of the Fittest’ alum Ryan Cleary sent good vibes from the UK:

 

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Bruno Tarchetti threw out a Insta-costume change:

 

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When in doubt, Griff follows the wisdom of the ages – strike a pose:

 

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InstaHunk Round-Up: Weekend Edition

Ignacio Pérez Rey (via Instagram)

Checking in with the hunks of Insta…

First up, Ignacio Pérez Rey (above) continues to prove Madrid, Spain, is a beautiful place we all need to visit (as long as the views look like this).

Ramses Principe proved that you can look like he does AND eat pancakes (or at least pose in front of them).

 

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Dr. Marco explained something deeply inspiring about “discipline” and “delaying gratification” and…I forget, where was I?

Actor/singer Jim Newman reminds us that “it’s not cold and rainy…somewhere.”

 

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Presenting his “hairy wolf daddy” bod, DJ Thiago Oliveira wants to know who likes a furry bod?

Joel Green wants to know “what’s next?”

 

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Rodiney Santiago took a dive into the difference between physical and mental beauty. ” Instagram is full of beautiful hopeless romantics who’ve spent all their time on their appearance and not enough time on the mind.”

 

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And Jeff Ferreira sends greetings from Parque Cachoeira das Andorinhas in Brazil:

 

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News Round-Up: June 4, 2020

DJ Thiago Oliveira (via Instagram)

Some news items you might have missed:

InstaHunks: DJ Thiago Oliveira (above) getting in some straight-up social distancing at the beach in Spain. Follow the ‘Daddy Wolf’ on Instagram here.

NBC News: The Trump administration submitted a brief to the Supreme Court on Wednesday arguing that a taxpayer-funded organization should be able to refuse to work with same-sex couples and others whom the group considers to be in violation of its religious beliefs.

Out Music: Trey Pearson, who first found fame fronting the Christian rock band Everyday Sunday, channels LGBTQ Pride’s history of protest in his latest music video, “1984.” Pearson, who came out as gay four years ago, called the song “a love letter sent to us from the LGBT community of the ’80s” to inspire people in a time of crisis and uprising.

Washington Post: Donald Trump’s former chief of staff John F. Kelly defended former defense secretary Jim Mattis on Thursday over Mattis’s criticism of the president’s handling of nationwide protests. Kelly also dismissed Trump’s assertion that the president fired the retired general in 2018. “The president did not fire him. He did not ask for his resignation. The president has clearly forgotten how it actually happened or is confused.”

Out: Following fellow gay dating app Grindr, Jack’d and Scruff have announced they will disable their ethnicity filters in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. “We stand in solidarity with the fight against systemic racism and historic oppression of the Black community.”

Lincoln Project: The conservative anti-Trump PAC drops this new campaign ad writing, “Trump is no longer hiding that he’s a brazen authoritarian, so desiring of control and power that he’s willing to turn our once peaceful cities into #warzones.