Category: Homophobia Leads To Love

Male Celebrities and Full Frontal Nudity; 5 Things To Enjoy In Provincetown; When Homophobia Leads To Love

Male Celebrities and Full Frontal Nudity

Of course I’ve posted about male full frontal nudity in films because I always thought it was interesting we don’t see more of it. This article takes all this one step more and talks about how so many male celebrities can’t wait to show you their penises nowadays.

As we’ve said before and (for some reason) are saying again, revealing pics are not so much leaking in 2016 as positively gushing. Bieber. Bloom. Bowen. 50 Cent. Kenworthy (Gus.) And actor Matt Smith, a former Dr. Who. And that’s in the last two months alone.

You can read the rest of that here. It’s an interesting article and the comments are worth checking out, too. 

5 Things To Enjoy In Provincetown

I started going up to Provincetown in the mid-90s in the summertime, and that turned into two more trips during the year…Halloween and New Year’s Eve. There’s really no other place like it on earth and this article talks about five things you should see while you’re there.

Here’s one…

Let’s face it: P-Town is expensive, especially during high season. Here are a few less expensive options. The Canteen is as close as you can get to an old-fashioned New England lobster shack, though with a chic gay twist. Find amazing lobster rolls, clam chowder and other treats with perfect people-watching benches. Grab some dinner inside the Aquarium Marketplace (informally referred to as Aqua Bar which is the outdoor lounge area in the rear) and eat out at the end overlooking the ocean. The views are unparalleled and the Aqua Bar back there is fully stocked. Or raid Pop ‘n Dutch and Perry’s and then bike out to Herring Cove or Race Point for a sunset picnic. Check out Friday at Stop ‘n Shop is 2-4-1 rotisserie chicken if you are looking for a more budget-friendly stay and want to spend on other things.

There’s also a great take out and gourmet grocery store with prepared foods. It’s called Angels Foods and it’s located up on the East End. Best of all, there’s parking on the side of the building and you can drive there if you’re staying in the West End. It’s a great place for something different if you don’t feel like going out to dinner.

In any event, you can read more about P’town here.  

Gay Sex In Provincetown: I would be remiss if I didn’t tell you to ask around about the cruising spots…the gay cultural fun and games. I’m not going into detail about it here on the blog, but you might find that more interesting than food. I wrote about this, in-depth, in my novel, He’s Bewitched. That novel is set in Provincetown. I just thought it was important to mention this, with respect to gay culture and the fact that gay culture is being watered down so much these days by people who don’t know any better.  

When Homophobia Leads To Love

This is a story that will make you believe in humanity again.
After the shooting at LGBT nightclub Pulse in Orlando, Cari and Lauri Ryding put up a pride flag on their Natick, Massachusetts home, a suburb ten miles west of Boston, where they’ve lived together for years.

When they came back from vacation they discovered that it had been stolen and their front porch had been pelted with eggs.

However, what happened after that is amazing. You can check that out here.

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