Good news, unless you still can't figure out why men would prefer anuses to vaginas (makes sense that women would, I guess): New Mexico's Supreme Court declares same-sex marriage legal.
Above, check out video snippets of Jeff Timmons (and the strippers!) singing at his Men of the Strip revue two nights ago. He looks the same after 15 years! How is that 40? Below, far more revealing footage of the troupe stripping...
Sharon Needles does a mean Madonna! One more here.
People defending the Duck Dynasty douche's "free speech" don't get the concept.
DD dude is blissfully oblivious.
The dancer at right will be here this weekend.
Bradley Cooper is this fucking cute and can't help it.
DA CUBS: Bear Hill video.
Inside a gay club in Sochi, Russia.
Danny Fitzgerald's first photo exhibit comes 13 years after his death. And it's amazing.
DJ Kidd Kraddick's fascinating life and shocking death.
Openly gay swimmers and divers.
Demi Lovato leaving X Factor.
Justin Bieber leaving entertainment.
The Voice's finale disappoints.
Which popstar has hired Black Spark?
Anti-gay preacher Ken Hutcherson dies of cancer.
Imagine making your body do this?
Gee, I have to agree with my friend when he says he thinks Duncan Black is too cute to be doing porn. Even though I know that's a loaded statement. It just seems like he would have other options. But I guess that presumes he wants other options. Anyway, pretty adorable.
The first photo shoot I ever assigned and oversaw was in fall of 1998. I hadn't launched the teen-entertainment mag Popstar! yet, but was in the planning stages, and—not knowing shit about teen mags other than loving the luxe, all-color British ones—I decided the first issue would be themed: The hottest men in music.
Teen girls don't really like men, they like boys. That was my first mistake.
However, gay male magazine editors do like men, so I was frantically searching for someone who would be cover-worthy, and yet would agree to pose for a non-existent magazine.
Lucky for me, the boy band craze was in full swing. It didn't take much persuading to get 98°—a new act, but a cute one that actually straddled the boy/man line pretty well—to agree to a shoot, so we met at a seedy bar on Houston Street and in my photographer-of-choice's considerably less boozy studio to take a series of pretty spectacular images that would've been as much at home in a men's fashion magazine as in a teenybopper mag.
The guys were supernice, if somewhat...nervous? See, Chiun-Kai Shih, already making a name for himself as a fashiony shooter, was documenting the entire shoot, complete with candids of them changing, and the guys were somewhat reluctant to go shirtless. (Many boy bands would start shirtless and quickly cover up once they decided it felt "gay" or "cheesy.) The 98° member with the hottest body, baby-faced Jeff Timmons, was, along with Nick Lachey, the one most often asked to disrobe, so he was pretty reluctant. We got a precious few full-on shirtless shots and some fun peekaboos. The cover looked sensational, and I would wind up working with them steadily for years.
Mystery artist Venfield 8 is the Beyoncé of photography, surprising fans with a last-minute holiday must-have: His first book, Bear Hill ($130, 500 copies only), features amazing images of hubba-hubba cub supermodel David Laflamme.
You'd be stupid not to invest in this.
And I think it's safe to say we're supposed to pick up on the Bruce Weber references in the title and in the samples available. This is one pomo homo, and one hell of a photographer.