Male Full Frontal Nudity The Leftovers
I finally had a chance to start binge watching more of The Leftovers’ TV shows and there it was: male full frontal nudity. Right before my very eyes. It’s a full frontal nude scene with actor, Chris Zylka, and it’s fast.
Tom is only able to keep up appearances for so long before having to give the newcomers something to hope for following a bizarre sexual encounter with Guilty Remnant poster gal, Meg Abbott (Liv Tyler).
It’s a good scene, but this time, to be honest, I don’t think it was necessary to the story line. The scene would have worked with it or without it…not that there’s anything wrong with that. And I really do love the show itself.
Busted Bear Productions’ LGBT Content
I love nothing more than LGBT indie books and films…or TV shows, or anything indie. I also love creative productions like this because they give us entertainment we wouldn’t normally find coming out of the typical Hollywood machine. And when I see things like this I can’t wait to share them.
I don’t have much right now, but you can check out their web site here where you can see a full list of what they’re doing, and read all about them. I have a feeling we’ll be seeing a lot more of them in the future. You heard that here.
What Are Gay Country Boys?
Here’s another example of questionable journalism that I just couldn’t pass up.
What exactly is a country boy?
According to Urban Dictionary, he is “a guy born and raised in the country.
In case there was ever any doubt, now we know that water is definitely wet.
But it’s not totally without merit. Although poorly executed, the main theme of the article isn’t questionable. It’s actually kind of sad because it shows how difficult it still is for gay men to meet each other. This quote from reddit sounds sincere.
Any of you guys ever met a gay country boy, farm boy, or the redneck type? Just wondering. I’m a country boy and I personally don’t know anyone that is gay. Although I’ve wondered about a few guys before.
You can read more about that here, and there are, of course, obligatory photos objectifying half naked men. And you don’t want to miss the comments. Some of them are what you might call “locker room banter.”