“There’s this illusion that homosexuals have sex and heterosexuals fall in love. That’s completely untrue. Everybody wants to be loved.” ~ Boy George

Friday, 28 February 2014


Yearly celebration with thousands of visitors. A festival of drag queens in starting blocks ready to race each other down Duesseldorf's famous night club "Nachtresidenz." Duesseldorf again hosts the annual drag queen race (called "Tuntenlauf") on Saturday evening. Speed is of the essence just as at any race, but heel height, dress and running style are just as important. When thousands line the streets to cheer the drag queens with "Tunte, Lauf!" (run, drag queen!), the motto is: may the fastest and funniest drag queen win.


The menacing, magnificent storm clouds of Wyoming come to swirling life in this time-lapse, "Stormscapes," by photographer Nicolaus Wegner. He braved lightning and the erratic fury of supercell storms to capture these images in the summer of 2013. On planet Earth at any moment there are  about 2,000 cloudy storms and each represents a unique symphony of wind and water 
To Wegner  for his recordings under the name " Stormscapes "  tornadoes are not required to reveal the stunning beauty of these huge storms. Magic accelerated footage reveals a different formation of storm clouds swirling and rushing across the sky .
Wegner is by profession a  photographer , not a meteorologist . 
Tracking the storm that develops from start to full scale , however , in itself always hides the danger , but carries an irresistible excitement and awe of the magnificent scene .

Movie Friday FREE FALL-FREIER FALL (2013)

Really amazing movie I watched last night. German production with leading actors Hanno Koffler and Max Riemelt. You will not regret it if you take an hour and 41mins to watch this movie.

Marc Borgman (Koffler), a young police officer, is on a training course for the riot control unit. He is not doing well at the police academy, being behind in his group athletically. Cocky and self-assured, Marc does not initially get along with his roommate at the academy, Kay Engel (Riemelt). They have a physical confrontation during exercise, but afterwards Marc apologizes for his aggressive behavior and they become friends. The two begin jogging together regularly, one time during which Kay engages Marc sexually. Confused and hesitant, Marc initially rebuffs him and keeps his distance, but then acknowledges his attraction by continuing to share intimate encounters with Kay.
Simultaneously, Bettina, Marc's longtime girlfriend, is pregnant, and together they have just moved to a new house close to his parents. Complications arise when living a double life begins taking a psychological toll on Marc, as it becomes clear that acting on his feelings for another man could put his personal and professional life in jeopardy.

Thursday, 27 February 2014

Beautiful Agony Project

Beautiful Agony began as an experiment, to test a theory that eroticism in human imagery lies not in the body, but in the face; that film of a genuine, unscripted, natural orgasm can succeed where the most visceral mainstream pornography fails, and that is, to actually turn us on.

Watch movie on Vimeo Here

You can even participate in this project :)


Music for all of us YEHONATHAN GATRO

Yehonathan Gatro was born in Tel Aviv, Israel. He started singing when he was just 14 and became a teen heartthrob with popularity with the girl/teen audiences. Although he came out to his own family, he remained closeted for the beginning of his musical career.
In 2002, he moved to Los Angeles to study acting. In 2006, he released the first single "Kore Lecha" (Hebrew for "Calling You"), a gay love song. The single represented Yehonathan’s official coming-out to his fans. The video version of the song went on to top the charts in Israel.
On February 26, 2013, Yehonathan officially released his second full-length English album "Yeho", containing 10 tracks, produced by Lyrik. Lyrik also appears in the album on the song "You'll Be Loved". Also appearing on the album is the Russian LGBT singer Daniell Gertsegov in the song "My Yeho."

Wednesday, 26 February 2014


Meet  31 year old Serbian stud, Vanja Udovicic. He played  defense and was  the captain of the Serbian National Water Polo Team, where in the past he and his team have won gold in the World Championship for 2009, 2005, and European gold in 2003 and 2006. Prior to that he also contributed to winning European gold for juniors in 2000 and Olympic silver in 2004.
His biggest career highlight is being given the title of Best Water Polo Player in the World in 2010. The announcement was made in early January of 2011 by “FINA magazine,” the Journal of the World Swimming Federation. In November 2010, he was also declared by LEN magazine as the best European waterpolo player.
In 2010, with the national team won gold for the World League, gold for the World Cup (where he was the best player), bronze medal at the European Championship in Zagreb (where he was the best player and shooter), among other notable feats. Simply put, he has earned the title.
Now he is working  as a Minister of Youth and Sports in Serbian  Government.


New York City Vice Detective Evan Cerelli has lost his wife, the only person he ever loved and slept with. He's trying to get on with his life, build a life for his children. Former Homicide Detective Matt Haight is a ladies’ man, all sex/no commitment. He's depressed, having a midlife crisis, and not sure where his life is headed.

The two find friendship in the bottom of a shared bottle. When the friendship turns to love, it shakes two straight men to the core and flips their lives inside out. Kids, families, careers that are not gay-friendly -- can all the love in the world overcome the obstacles to faith and fidelity?



Rick Mereki is an independent film-maker based in Melbourne Australia. He shot to fame in August 2011 after releasing three short films; MOVE, EAT and LEARN that he created with Tim White and Andrew Lees. 
3 guys, 44 days, 11 countries, 18 flights, 44 thousand kilometers ... all to turn 3 ambitious linear concepts based on movement, learning and food ....into 3 beautiful and hopefully compelling short films....
Watch this hottie!




Tuesday, 25 February 2014


Leftist Prime Minister says ready to back constitutional amendment drafted by Christian Democracts. Slovakia's leftist prime minister said Tuesday he was ready to back a constitutional amendment defining marriage as a union between man and woman, effectively closing the door to same-sex marriage.
The opposition Christian Democrats and other center-right parties drafted the amendment that will need support from Prime Minister Robert Fico's Smer social democrats for the two-thirds majority required to change the constitution.

The European Union's newest member Croatia outlawed same-sex marriage in a referendum last year, triggering a similar constitutional amendment.

Slovak law defines marriage as a "union between a man and a woman".

No form of same-sex civil union is legal in Slovakia, where more than 70 percent of the population of 5.4 million is Christian, according to a 2011 census.

But a 2012 opinion poll showed that 47 percent of Slovaks supported civil unions for same-sex couples while 38 percent were opposed.

Parliament will debate the amendment during a session starting on March 18.

Same-sex marriage is legal in a handful of the 27 other EU states including Britain and France, while civil unions are notably recognized by the Czech Republic, Germany and others.

All American boy STEVE GRAND

Not so "country" like STAY, but good enough to be on this blog!


MEN IN THE ALPS  is a charity project of which the net proceeds are donated to charitable institutions dedicated to helping the ill, handicapped or socially underprivileged. In the interest of collecting as much money possible for this worthy cause, the entire production team and the models all take part receiving no salary or reimbursement. In 2006 they  started with the first edition. The total edition is of 1,800 copies. The recivers of the donations are „Debra“ South Tyrol, "Muenchner Aids-Hilfe e.V.", AIDS-Help Desk PRO POSITIV South Tyrol, GRAUS FAMILY (Afens/Pfitschtal), HOUSE EMMAUS.

All models in this calendar are amateur. As I said, they are all volunteers ( all from South Tyrol ), they providing free their own image for the realization of a sexy calendar aiming to raise funds for charity .

More on  Men in the Alps

Monday, 24 February 2014


After years of controversy, the Ugandan parliament has passed a bill that punishes certain acts of homosexuality with life in prison.
A Ugandan lawmaker first introduced the bill in 2009, sparking worldwide condemnation for tough measures that included the death penalty.
It was briefly shelved amid the backlash. At the time, some European nations threatened to withdraw aid to Uganda, which relies on millions of dollars from the international community.

Before its passage Friday, parliament adjusted the death penalty clause to life in prison for "aggravated homosexuality." It includes acts where one person is infected with HIV, "serial offenders" and sex with minors, Amnesty International said.
In cases where one has HIV, the punishment applies even when the sex is consensual or protected.
"Ugandans have been anxiously waiting for this bill. This day will be a good day for all Ugandans," said Benson Obua Ogwal, a member of parliament for Moroto.
The bill also proposes years in prison for anyone who counsels or reaches out to homosexuals, a provision that would ensnare rights groups and others providing services to lesbians, gays, bisexual and transgender people.
"The knock-on effect of passing this bill will reach far beyond gay and lesbian people in Uganda, impeding the legitimate work of civil society, public health professionals and community leaders," said Aster van Kregten, deputy Africa director at Amnesty International.
Homosexuality is illegal in most African countries, where sodomy laws were introduced during colonialism. In Uganda, homosexual acts are punishable by 14 years to life in prison, according to rights activists.
But lawmakers in the conservative nation sought tougher legislation, saying Western lifestyle risks destroying Ugandan family units.
"This is a piece of legislation that is needed in this country to protect the traditional family here in Africa, and also protect the future of our children," David Bahati, the lawmaker who first introduced the bill, said last year. "Every single day of my life now I am still pushing that it passes."

Rights groups urged President Yoweri Museveni to veto the bill. To become law, it requires his signature within 30 days.

Man of the week CHRIS BAILEY

Mornin' dudes, this week I choose australian male model Chris Bailey, from Chadwick Models Sydney.

Source: Chadwick model

Sunday, 23 February 2014

Gay country song :)

Perfect song for this chilly night!
Steve Grand-Stay


Why I discover this guy just a few days ago?
Someone says "my finger still hurts me from hitting the refresh button on Steve Grand's All American boy video"...now...u can check the new raising star Eli Lieb. Ok, maybe not the raising star, but really cute guy with amazing voice. Yes, he is pretty on the outside, but his voice is what draws you inside to a heart and soul that set this hot young indie singer/songwriter apart from similar musicians on the road to fame. This guy is from USA and openly gay singer/songwriter. He is turning in excelent covers of all of the pop hits on the Billboard charts. Also, don't miss his Young Love and Place of Paradise. Just listen, watch and relax...


Saturday, 22 February 2014


Sakis Arseniou is the one of my favorite greek singers, he is born on March 19, 1984 in Thessaloniki, Greece.
He is signed to Heaven Music. He made his first appearance in “Rodon” of Xanthi. Arseniou debuted with Anoiksa Ftera in 2008. He released his second album, Amartia, in 2009.

He is not gay, as I know, but still, you can enjoy in his performance and music :)

Friday, 21 February 2014


by Marie Sexton

After good movie I think it's time for a good book review :D

Levi Binder is a Miami bartender who cares about only two things: sex and surfing. Ostracized by his Mormon family for his homosexuality, Levi is determined to live his life his own way, but everything changes when he meets massage therapist Jaime Marshall.

Jaime is used to being alone. Haunted by the horrors of his past, his only friend is his faithful dog, Dolly. He has no idea how to handle somebody as gorgeous and vibrant as Levi.

Complete opposites on the surface, Levi and Jaime both long for something that they can only find together. Through love and the therapeutic power of touch, they’ll find a way to heal each other, and they’ll learn to live as sinners in a family of saints.


Sunny morning, cup of tea and this song, my fav one :)

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
Same Love feat. Mary Lambert

(B. Haggerty, R. Lewis, M. Lambert

Thursday, 20 February 2014


An interesting movie I watch last night.
In "A Year Without Love," background ticking sounds represent the life clock of Pablo (Juan Minujín), a youngish gay writer afflicted with AIDS, and count down the passing seconds of his dreary existence. It is based on the diaries of the real-life Pablo Peréz, who is listed as the screenwriter, with the director, Anahí Berneri. This intriguing but never fully arresting film by a first-time feature director recounts in uncomfortable close-up Pablo's day-to-day activities inside the apartment he shares with a mentally unstable aunt in Buenos Aires and a hospital to which he makes regular visits. He occasionally engages in (protected) sexual acts with strangers at a local porn theater, but it's his involvement with an S-and-M group — and his attraction to Martín, one of its core members — that strengthens his desire to live. The film boldly combines vigorous promiscuity with sexually transmitted disease and reveals rare insight into the endurance and treatment of illness, but getting through it requires a level of commitment audiences may be reluctant to invest.

Wednesday, 19 February 2014

Man of the week


David Leon was born in Newcastle-upon-Tyne and was a talented footballer. When he left school age eighteen he successfully auditioned for the National Youth Theatre and turned down a place at Drama school in order to take a role in Oliver Stone's 'Alexander', though he established himself with British television audiences in the Bafta nominated drama 'Cutting It' and starred as Billy the Kid in a BBC film about the Wild West legend. He played the lead character in renowned photographer Rankin's debut feature 'The Lives of the Saints' written by Toni Grisoni and appeared in Guy Ritchies Empire award-winning Rock'n'Rolla, in which he plays Scottish junkie Malcolm a part initially written for Brad Pitt. He is regarded as one of the UK's brightest up and coming talents.