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Ricky Martin’s New Boyfriend Jwan Yosef Really Knows How To Wear A Birthday Suit
In today’s world, it seems as soon as your name enters the public sphere, a 24-hour timer somewhere starts ticking down.
And you can be damn sure that as soon at it reaches zero, a picture of you in your birthday suit will be making the rounds.
There are two ways to look at it - clutch your pearls and play into the idea that nudity is something to be ashamed of, or just enjoy the ride.
And since this photo of Ricky Martin‘s new boyfriend, Jwan Yosef, doesn’t appear to be stolen off a hard drive or hacked from a phone, we’re just going to go ahead and enjoy.





















And by the looks of it, Ricky must be enjoying also.
More and more straight guys are giving up “bro jobs” and engaging in “dude sex”
What is dude sex? And how is it different from gay sex? Let’s find out…

Tony Silva is a researcher at University of Oregon who recently did a study on the growing phenomenon and just published a paper called Bud-Sex: Constructing Normative Masculinity among Rural Straight Men That Have Sex With Men about it.

Related: Straight Guys Are Giving “Bro-Jobs” And Hooking Up On The DL Using New App
According to Silva, dude sex (or “bud-sex”) is when two guys, usually from a rural area and who identify as straight, hook up together in a discreet, NSA sort of way. They have wives. They have kids. They consider themselves to be heterosexual. But they’re also able to compartmentalize sex in a way that allows them to occasionally bump uglies with other guys without complicating anything.

Silver interviewed 19 white, rural, straight-identifying men who say they’ve had dude sex. He found most of them on the pages of Craigslist’s M4M casual encounter ads. All of the guys came from socially conservative and predominant white populations, and most of them identified as either “exclusively” or “mostly straight,” with a few identifying as “straight but bi, but more straight.”

Related: He Hooked Up With His Straight BFF, Now He’s Not Sure What To Do
Silva spoke with them for about an hour and a half each, and what he learned was pretty interesting.
Many of the guys said they engaged in dude sex as a way of “helpin’ a buddy out,” relieving “urges,” or simply experimenting and/or satisfying curiosities without experiencing any sexual attraction for the person with whom they were experimenting.
Silva also found that dude sex guides their “thoughts, tastes, and practices. It provides them with their fundamental sense of self; it structures how they understand the world around them; and it influences how they codify sameness and difference.”
In other words: it helps them scratch a certain curiosity itch while simultaneously reaffirming their heterosexuality because, now that they’ve tried it, they realize that man-on-man sex isn’t for them… Or maybe it is… It’s all about learning and growing as individuals.

Related: “Bro-Jobs” Author Talks Straight Man-On-Man Sex And “Repressed Homosexual Desire”
One thing Silva noticed was that most of the men were seeking other men like them-straight-identifying, married, etc.
“This is a key element of bud-sex,” he writes in his study. “Partnering with other men similarly privileged on several intersecting axes-gender, race, and sexual identity-allowed the participants to normalize and authenticate their sexual experiences as normatively masculine.”

By hooking up with guys similar to them, Silva noted, many of the men didn’t feel their heterosexual identities were threatened. But having sex with a gay man somehow made them feel more gay. In fact, a handful of subjects said they were turned off by “effeminate faggot type[s]” or “flamin’ queers” who were “too flamboyant.”
“If I wanted someone that acts girlish, I got a wife at home,” one subject said.

Related: Has Gay Men’s Obsession With ‘Straight’ Guys Gone Too Far?
“A guy that I would consider more like me, that gets blowjobs from guys every once in a while, doesn’t do it every day,” another subject said. “They’re manly guys, and doing manly stuff, and just happen to have oral sex with men every once in a while. So, that’s why I kinda prefer those types of guys.”
Other reasons the men said they preferred to have dude sex as opposed to gay sex was because it happened quicker and didn’t involved lengthy email exchanges, or they felt there wasn’t the threat of the other man becoming emotionally attached to them.
“I think I identify with them more because that’s kinda, like [how] I feel myself. And bi guys, the same way. We can talk about women, there [have] been times where we’ve watched hetero porn, before we got started or whatever, so I kinda prefer that.”




























Related: Curious Straight Guy Absolutely Cannot Stop Fantasizing About Experimenting With Another Dude
Other men reported that they enjoyed the friendship part most, and that the sex was just sort of a naturally-occurring afterthought.
“We talk for an hour or so, over coffee,” one guy said. “Then we’ll go get a blowjob and then part our ways.”
“I go on road trips, drink beer, go down to the city [to] look at chicks, go out and eat, shoot pool, I got one friend I hike with,” another guy explained. “It normally leads to sex, but we go out and do activities other than we meet and suck.”
“If my wife’s gone for a weekend,” a third guy said, “I’ll go to his place and spend a night or two with him … We obviously do things other than sex, so, yeah, we go to dinner, go out and go shopping, stuff like that.”
You know? Stuff like that.
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Irish Footbal Star Cathal McCarron Appears In Hardcore Gay Porn, Bottoms For Tatted Daddy
Irish Gaelic Athletic Association footballer Cathal McCarron has deleted his Facebook and Twitter accounts after his alleged gay porn audition video surfaced on a gay-for-pay website this week.
The 25-year-old football star apparently went by the name “Fergus” for his two videos at TheCastingRoom.net (NSFW), a hardcore gay porn website the features “mostly straight guys” performing solo and with others. The first scene featuring McCarron is a strict solo - sorry men, he’s just jerking off! - but a second, uploaded to the site last night, show’s him bottoming for another hunky daddy-type.
According to the site, “Fergus” is a “big strapping footballer [who] grew up in a rural area where sexual adventures were limited. Now that he’s living in the big city he wants to try it all!”

McCarron hasn’t confirmed if the man in the video is actually him, but the swift deletion of his social media accounts speaks volumes. According to the Mirror, he became the victim of nasty homophobic attacks immediately after the second video surfaced.
“I am devastated for him,” a fellow GAA star told the Mirror. “He’s such a sound lad and he dealt with a lot of issues in the past and we were all thinking London was his fresh start. But now we’re just all wondering what could have pushed him to this.”

GAA county vice chairman Tony O’Halloran added that he “got a call warning about the video and that it was out there.” “I wouldn’t know him very well but I wasn’t aware that he had any problems since he moved here,” he said, “and now we’re just hoping he’ll get any help that he needs.”
Meanwhile, we’re not sure what all the fuss is about. A little harmless homo fun never hurt anybody!
Straight Men Everywhere Are Finally Admitting They Enjoy Anal Stimulation
It’s 2017 and straight men are finally ready to admit that they enjoy anal stimulation - both “giving” and “receiving,” that is.
A thoroughly researched essay titled “The Booty-Eating Renaissance” appeared on Gawker yesterday morning like a final notice to straight dudes everywhere: the days of wincing at “anilingus” are over, and it’s time they realized that “gay men don’t have a monopoly on anuses.”

The hetero male’s crusade to take back anilingus (a term that, FYI, is very different from “rim job”) began months ago in GQ and NY magazine - we even explored the phenomenon back in July 2016 -  but reporter Tyrone Palmer’s piece for Gawker goes a step further. He’s pretty much already accepted that anilingus is the current trend, and wants to figure out why some straight guys still aren’t ready to say it.
Why does “booty eating” make implications about my sexuality?, he wonders aloud.

Tom Hardy Has Dated Men, But Won’t Bottom
Having played gay in Guy Ritchie’s hit Rock’n’Rolla (as Handsome Bob), Hardy says he screwed around with men “as a boy.” After all, “I’m an actor for fuck’s sake. I’ve played with everything and everyone. I love the form and the physicality, but now that I’m in my thirties, it doesn’t do it for me. I’m done experimenting but there’s plenty of stuff in a relationship with another man, especially gay men, that I need in my life. A lot of gay men get my thing for shoes. I have definite feminine qualities and a lot of gay men are incredibly masculine. … A lot of people say I seem masculine, but I don’t feel it. I feel intrinsically feminine. I’d love to be one of the boys but I always felt a bit on the outside. Maybe my masculine qualities come from overcompensating because I’m not one of the boys.”
1. It’s healthy to explore your sexuality
Most of the objection from straight men about doing anal is fear it’ll somehow negate their heterosexuality. The idea of penetration repels bros everywhere.
This isn’t the nineties. Every straight man should explore himself and overcome that homophobic stigma.
Straight guy Donald did just that. Using a prostate massager, Donald found he really enjoyed the vibrating experience (perhaps a little too much). But why won’t other straight guys take the plunge? “I think more than anything, it’s just probably society at large having social constructs that says that’s off-limits, [and] that you’re gay,” Donald said.
The only thing that’s gay is being gay. There are plenty of ways to explore your nether regions. Solo or with a partner, using fingers or adding toys into the mix. Whatever it may be, don’t let fears of being perceived as gay keep you from trying your hand at it.
2. You can’t ask your Partner to do anal if you won’t give it a go.
Men have been after ass for a long time. So much so that in a 2007 Details story, many of them said they tried it on the first date. According to those featured, it’s a badge of honor to get a woman to agree to do anal. Luckily, many women enjoy it.
Only the biggest hypocrite tries to get girls to do anal but can’t bring himself to do it. If you’re unwilling to try it, don’t even bother asking.
3. It makes you a better pitcher
Being penetrated gives you firsthand needed experience on what it’s like on the receiving end. For starters, when you finger yourself, you’ll notice that long nails are awful (and painful). Or, if you were to use a toy, you would understand why lube is of the gods and how important it is to not rush it. Preparation is important, and getting yourself to relax helps you achieve maximum pleasure.
4. It can prevent cancer-really!
Well, ejaculating regularly can. According to a Harvard Medical study, “men who ejaculated 21 or more times a month enjoyed a 33% lower risk of prostate cancer compared with men who reported four to seven ejaculations a month throughout their lifetimes.”
Stimulating your prostate allows you to feel for any abnormalities while expediting the ejaculation process
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5. The prostrate-stimulated orgasm is amazing
Orgasming while having your prostate stimulated is the holy grail of orgasms. As Mark Simpson put it in the Telegraph, stimulating your prostate can give you “mind-blowing, leg-shaking, eye-rolling, neighbour-panicking pleasure.”
The prostate, affectionately known as the P-spot, is a hidden treasure cove of pleasures. Your nerve endings will give you sensations you wouldn’t be able to achieve otherwise. So what are you waiting for? It’s 2017 and the ass revolution has arrived. Gentlemen, it’s time to hit your P-spot...by Finger... by Toy... by Pegging... by 3 Way... or by you Best Buddy.
Men spreading their legs into others’ space is taking place on public and public transport systems all over the world. It takes many forms, some slight, others severe. “Manspreading” is the now official term.
Since the public "outcry" for the selfish act of spreading your legs into other's space, the act of Manspreading followed suit into selfies, profile pictures and photographers all over the world.

Why do men manspread?

Authors Ash Bennington and Mark Skinner wrote: “Our new analysis suggests that manspreading is something men do to adjust for their body proportions - especially their high shoulder to hip ratio - and not an act of transgression against their fellow passengers.”

Well, fuck this study.  We manspread for the following reasons:
1. OUR BALLS NEED TO REST
2. For men who are pudgy, like me, we have thick thighs. So upon sitting down, our thighs WILL inevitably expand, mounting pressure upon our beloved balls.
3. And, if we try and keep our legs closed, that puts quite a bit of strain on the balls, which is uncomfortable to say the least.
4. If we close our legs, and we’re wearing fitted pants, it looks like we got a BIG FUCKING BONER which is not (always) the case.
How to Become a Male Underwear Model
Underwear modeling jobs are among the most demanding for male models. Getting hired to appear in catalogs, TV spots and print ads calls for poise, confidence and enormous dedication. Perhaps above all else, it requires an outstanding physical presence. A toned, chiseled physique that includes exceptional abs and thighs as well as masculine good looks and a dazzling smile are basic requirements. The ability to work with photographers and art directors for extended photo sessions in various environments is also a must.
Tips
Use photos taken outdoors to ensure ample lighting while demonstrating that you are uninhibited.
Have your teeth whitened and body hair removed professionally by a waxing application.
While white is the preferred color for men's underwear, include other colors that complement your skin tone.

Warnings
Facial hair is usually not preferred by those hiring male models.
Do not allow yourself to become too muscular. Those hiring for underwear modeling want toned and fit men, not bodybuilders.
Great ass:
We need our models to have a good firm ass. A jockstrap frames the butt and it plays a prominent part in our photoshoots.

Package:
We’ve discovered that having a big dick isn’t everything. What we really need is a good complete package and it’s really the balls that fill the pouch the way we like, but even that isn’t a requirement. Often we will require the model to either wear a cockring or fluff themselves - it's the nature of the business.

Exhibitionist:
We need a guy who is bit of a exhibitionist .  Leaving the room slows down the photoshoot and wastes everyone's time. We don't expect all our models to model the mesh, see-through and even full-frontal jocks and fetish wear, but it's certainly easier to work with guys who are willing to show it all.