Matt Law’s Bulge; The Homophobic Uber Driver; The University Chief Who Called George Clooney Queer

Matt Law’s Bulge

I think this is pretty self-explanatory…if not expected these days. A cute guy who can’t wait to show off what’s inside his pants.

A series of new photos taken on Ipanema Beach demonstrates Law’s affinity for barely-there necklaces bikinis of every stripe and perfectly showcases his impossibly chiseled physique. (Seriously, does he chip away at trouble spots with an awl?)

Here’s the link. It’s worth clicking. And it’s SFW. 


The Homophobic Uber Driver

I guess the gay kiss really freaks some straight people out. A gay couple got kicked out of an Uber, on the freeway, because the driver saw them kissing. 

Randall Magill, 28, and Jose Chavez, 26, a recently-engaged Houston couple, were on their way home from celebrating on New Year’s Eve when they suddenly found themselves on the shoulder of the Southwest Freeway, according to a report from KPRC-TV.

Here’s more.   The catch to all this is that Uber has this rule that people shouldn’t touch at all in a car. But I wonder how many drivers really throw straight people out for kissing. It’s just a thought. In fact, I never see anyone even look twice whenever straight couples kiss. 

The University Chief Who Called George Clooney Queer

This is about a university chief who is allegedly homophobic, and he deleted 50,000 tweets from his account. Among many things he tweeted, he referred to George Clooney as, “queer as a coot.”

A right wing journalist appointed to a UK university regulator has now deleted 50,000 tweetsfrom his account, as he denies being homophobic.
Now, the UK Prime Minister Theresa May is facing calls to reverse the appointment of Toby Young.


Here’s the rest. It gets much more involved. Some of the things he tweeted!! 

The Projector by Ryan Field

Altered Parts: Limited Edition 





 Said With Care

A PG Rated Gay Romance

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