Showing posts with label Frottage. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Frottage. Show all posts

Thursday, January 16, 2014

January 16








Silhouettes:







...and a dash of frottage:






There's just no hiding talent:




Diver Ian Matos Reveals His Homosexuality

Celebrated diver Ian Matos, born in 1989 in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, declared his homosexuality on January 13. Matos had moved to Brazil so that he could work on his diving career. Some of his friends urged him not to make his announcement until after the 2016 Summer Olympics, which will be held in Rio de Janiero. However, Matos, age 24, decided to come out sooner after seeing British diver Tom Daley’s video, in which Daley revealed that he is in a relationship with a man.

"From a young age, I knew I was gay, but it was here that I got to live my sexuality," Matos said in an interview. He further stated that the thought of hiding boyfriends, not going to gay parties and not being himself would be too stressful. He added that he hopes coming out will help him become a better diver and not cost him any potential sponsorships. The athlete won a bronze medal in 2012 in America and became Brazil’s 3-meter board champion in 2013.

Saturday, July 13, 2013

July 13

Many readers have asked for details about openly gay model-singer-songwriter Steve Grand, whose YouTube video of his original country-infused song All American Boy has racked up more than 1,300,000 views since its upload on July 2 (scroll down to the end of my July 10 post for that video).

In 2012 Steve recorded a cover of Lil Wayne’s “How to Love”, and it puts Wayne’s performance to shame. There's no hiding this boy's talent. Have a look and listen.

Words & music (2011) by Dwayne Carter, Noel Fisher, Jermaine Preyan, Lamar Seymour, Lanelle Seymour.



And here’s another photo from Steve’s modeling days. Rather easy on the eyes.


But I digress. Back to the sexy tan lines, gentlemen:








With a side of denim:






Jared Allman


Growing up Southern, Mormon, and Gay


Twenty-nine-year-old gay actor Jared Allman was born in Wichita Falls, Texas, and grew up in a Mormon family on a 500-acre farm in East Tennessee.

OK, that’s already three strikes against him.

After earning a business degree from Tusculum College, a private Presbyterian-affiliated institution in Greeneville, TN, Jared's first job was in the music business doing merchandising for various touring artists. He later worked for a talent agency in Nashville, then moved on to pursue his passion for acting. He appeared in several country music videos on CMT as well as in a couple of docu-series on the Travel and Disney channels.

His first film appearance was in "Figure/Ground" (2011), a short by Daniel Henry that was featured at the Nashville Film Festival. The same year Jared was a key player in season 2 of the Sundance Channel's popular reality series "Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys: Nashville," the highest rated original series ever for the network. His next role was his feature film debut, the Indie hit "Scenes from a Gay Marriage" by Matt Riddlehoover. Filmed in Nashville, the movie premiered in 2012. Another Riddlehoover film, "West Hollywood Motel" (2013) followed.

Another of Jared's acting projects, a comedy called "Daughter" (2013), is currently in post-production. Jared is collaborating with Riddlehoover on a romantic comedy in pre-production titled "You Could Have Called First" (2014). He will also appear in the sequel to "Scenes from a Gay Marriage," set to be released in 2015.

Jared, who is beyond photogenic, now lives in Lawrenceville, GA, having relocated to the Atlanta area last year. He's also working on a new project, penning his first book, "Kinda Good at Everything: Growing up Southern, Mormon, and Gay."

Stay tuned for future updates about this up-and-coming man of influence. I leave you with another bit of eye candy.

You're welcome.