Levonia Jenkins returns to the dance floor with a social media anthem for all the Like Whores on the Internet (and you know who you are!).
Those disappointed with XMen: Apocalypse might find some solace in Men.com's X-MEN: A XXX Gay Porn Parody. Among the start-studded cast, Colby Keller plays Wolverine, Brenner Bolton is Cyclops, and Paul Canon is Pyro.
Following the success of previous sexy superhero parodies, Men.com is launching a new site to house videos on the theme: Super Gay Hero.
In Part 1 of X-MEN, Wolverine and Cyclops relieve some of the stress that comes with saving the world:
Despite the huge gains by LGBT Americans in being accepted and respected by mainstream society, there is still a long way to go, especially when protection from employment and housing discrimination depends on the whims of each state government.
Law enforcement has always been a tool used by society to keep outliers in check, and though bar and bath house raids are a thing of the past, the police still sometimes use their authority to smack gay men down.
Once example is the persistence of sodomy laws. In the landmark 2003 Lawrence v. Texas decision, the US Supreme Court ruled that states could not outlaw homosexual acts, rendering state sodomy laws unenforceable.
But twelve states still have not repealed their sodomy laws. While these statutes have no force of law, they do still carry some moral authority, and there have been instances where police departments have charged men with sodomy. While the charges are eventually dropped, it's not before an unfairly accused individual has undergone a great deal of emotional distress.
Another example is police stings in public parks and restrooms. An undercover officer will flirt with someone he suspects will be open to his advances. If the "suspect" responds by offering a peak at his dick, he is arrested and charged with indecent exposure. The consequences can be devastating, because under many state laws individuals convicted of indecent exposure must register as sex offenders. That means their name and address is published on the web alongside rapists and child molesters. Gay men have lost their jobs; others have killed themselves.
While instances of police oppression of gay men are rare in the US, until all sodomy laws are repealed and police sex stings banned, gay men continue to live under the shadow of societal disapproval.
The handsome undercover cop smiles. Is he entrapping gay men or cleaning up a park [LA Times]
American men are still being arrested for sodomy [Advocate]
Texas Congressman Louie Gohmert addressed the US House of Representatives this week to warn against a threat we're sure no one had thought of before: gays in space.
Gohmert was apparently trying to illustrate the disasterous consequences if the federal goverment was not allowed to discriminate against homosexuals should a handful of Americans be chosen to flee the planet and repopulate somewhere else. Gohmert's mashup of the Holy Bible and The Martian envisioned a spaceship Noah's Ark that had to include homosexuals out of political correctness. And what good would they be, not wanting to reproduce? (Apparently neither in vitro fertilization technology nor turkey basters would be on board)
This is his argument:
I really wonder how many people in this body who had the ultimate power to decide whether the human race would go forward or not… Whether it was an asteroid coming, something that would end humanity on earth, as dinosaurs were ended at one time… Ok we’ve got a spaceship that can go, as Matt Damon did in the movie, plant a colony somewhere, we can have humans survive this terrible disaster about to befall. If you could decide what 40 people you put on the spacecraft that would save humanity, how many of those would be same sex couples? You’re wanting to save humankind for posterity, basically a modern day Noah, you have that ability to be a modern day Noah, you can preserve life, how many same sex couples would you take from the animal kingdom and from humans to put on a spacecraft to perpetuate humanity and the wildlife kingdom?
Is there any way we can send Gohmert on a one way rocket trip somewhere far, far away?
A new report by the libertarian Adam Smith Institute concludes that Britain's prohibitions on "extreme porn," in effect since 2009, are socially useless and unduly target sexual minorities for activities that are harmless.
According to the law, banned materials must be intended for sexual arousal, realistic and "grossly obscene." In addition, they must depict at least one of the following:
- Acts of non-consensual penetration
- An act which threatens a person’s life
- An act likely to cause serious harm to the breasts, genitals or anus
Report author Nick Cowan points out that a significant minority of the British population enjoy sexually aggressive fantasy scenarios but do not pose a specific risk of committing violent or sexual offences. While there is some evidence claiming a correlation between individual use of pornography and sexual aggression, other evidence suggests this is not a causal relationship and that, if anything, increased access to pornography can actually reduce measurable social harms.
The reason for the legislation was to reduce violence against women, but there is no evidence it has had such an effect. There are many other ways to reduce violence against women through criminal justice, education and economic reform.
The report points to the United States as an example of a better way, where the doctrine of free speech shows that it is possible to simultaneously fight damaging forms of expression (like actual rape and child pornography) and maintain strong protections for innocuous fantasies.
The UK is now primed to introduce another level of Internet censorship, requiring porn sites to verify users are over 18 by having them submit ID such as their mobile phone number of social insurance number.
It's not clear if the new rules will affect free sites that aren't based in the UK, such as BananaGuide, which has no intension of asking visitors for ID.
We really do have to ask, in the year 2016, should Parliament be legislating sexual morality?
Jonathan offers his unique interpretation of the latest GOT episode, featuring tiny penises, Greenpeace warriors, Toto's "Africa" and Fuck Watch 2016.
Homophobic Federal Appeals Court judge Bill Pryor, who presidential hopeful Donald Trump has named as a possible Supreme Court nominee, may have posed nude in the 1980's. In 1997 Badpuppy got a hold of the images, publishing several scans of what numerous people in the know say was indeed Bill Pryor. The images are not longer on Badpuppy, by the way.
The allegations first came to light in the fall of 2013 on an Alabama law blog called Legal Schnauzer. According to the blog, Alabama law enforcement officials became aware of the images at Bad Puppy in 1997, not long before Pryor was named state attorney general. Legal Schauzer claims that multiple unnamed officials familiar with the matter confirmed that the pictures were, in fact, of Bill Pryor, taken while he was a student at Northeast Louisiana University (now University of Louisiana Monroe) from 1980 to 1984.
Will nude photos from thirty years ago be enough to keep Bill Pryor off the Supreme Court? Let's remind ourselves that Donald Trump has to win the presidency first. And if he does, there will be a thousand other things to worry about.
Nothing good comes from the crazy moral panic targeting transgendered people who just need to pee somewhere; nothing good except for biting musical drag satires, that is. And who better to make the haters' nightmare real than drag divas Jackie Beat and Willam? Here they are with "Penis in the Ladies Room."
It's Victoria Day in Canada (the only country in the world that celebrates the great queen's birthday), so an appropriate time to turn our thoughts to the True North.
As you must know, Canada made gay marriage legal in 2005, a full decade before the United States.
Last year the US Supreme Court ruled gay marriage was a right, but there's been a huge backlash as many state governments react with fear and ignorance, aiming their intolerance at another sexual minority, the transgendered.
Meanwhile, up in Canada, Justin Trudeau's Liberal government has introduced legislation that will guarantee transgender people equal rights.
According to Canadian Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould, the proposed law will "ensure that Canadians will be free to identify themselves and to express their gender as they wish while being protected against discrimination and hate, because as Canadians, we should feel free and safe to be ourselves."
The legislation would, if passed, make it illegal to prevent someone from getting a job or to discriminate in the workplace on the basis of gender identity or gender expression. It would also would also update the Criminal Code to extend hate speech laws to include gender identity and gender expression.
Prime Minister Trudeau will march in Toronto's Gay Pride Parade on July 3. He will be accompanied by Ontario Premier (and lesbian) Kathleen Wynne, Toronto Mayor John Tory and City Councillor (and also lesbian) Kristyn Wong-Tam.
Happy Victoria Day, Canada! And thanks for being you!
Always on the lookout for innovative masturbation devices, we were struck by the simple elegance of fifi. It works like other masturbation sleeves: stick your dick in and stroke the fifi up and down to get a most pleasant sensation. When you cum, remove the disposable liner and chuck it in the trash.
The name originates in prison slang, where hard up inmates have to compromise using items at hand: a rubber glove greased with vaseline or dish soap and wrapped tightly in a towel.
But this fifi is purpose designed for your dick and crafted with the finest polyester, spandex and polyethylene foam.
While the name fifi does have a distinctly feminine ring to it, until they start marketing the hihi, a hole a hole.
Here's how fifi works:
Watch Jacob Ford, Ryan Rose, and Jon Pastor battle it out, and lose all their clothes in the process.