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In: Adam, Gadgets & Tech, Totally GAY!

On my last trip down to sunny LA I was at a terribly hungover lunch with our Cali-friend Hugo who was meeting me for the first time. As it does with nearly every meal I attend, the talk turned to sex and fetishes :) Rolling their eyes, Donovan and Patrick informed the newcomer of a predilection I have earned a bit of a reputation for over the past few years: an interest for men of a certain age and build.

Basically, I’ve got a bit of a thing for the daddies. Now, don’t get me wrong, a muscled, late 20-something is great and good, but I can’t say no to a big ol’ sturdy hunk of bearded man: the quintessential daddy. So, upon hearing this, Hugo informed me about a site made for boys like me: Clearly, the moment we got back to the hotel, I asked to borrow Donovan’s computer to “check my facebook”… and 4 minutes later my daddy huntin’ profile was up and running.

Click through to read my review of this site

Don’t Quit Your Gay Job…2

In: Tommy D, TV Shows

Well well well, they are back and they are still trying to do your gay job. Oh yes, after last year’s successful 1st season of OutTV’s newest reality show Don’t Quit Your Gay Job (from now on abbreviated as DQYGJ) local boys Sean Horlor & Rob Easton are back with season two.

After being strippers (which Sean still likes to do in his spare time), equestrians, bus drivers, drag queens, models and my favorite (because of BRILLIANT appearance by Velvet Steele) a couple dom’s, they are set to try the next bunch of gay jobs. The first? Hockey of course. You didn’t think they would pass up an Olympic tie-in did you?

The new season starts off tonight (Monday, Feb 15th) on OutTV. For this season, I hope the boys gay it up a bit more. I wanna see more drama, and more sass. More flair and more fun. Make us want more boys…and make us proud.

Season 2 Trailer after the jump…


Friday night after having drinks with friends my partner and I walked back home. Our tummies were rumbling and decided to grab something to eat. A Seven-Eleven taquito was our not so glamorous choice, but good enough to ease our hunger. Since we were just a few steps from home we decided to share our greasy choice instead getting our own. Just when we were about to cross the street my partner fed me a bite of this phallic gourmet without noticing two straight boys standing on the opposite side of the street.

These guys, stumbling with drunkenness, asked us for directions. Like good citizens and people we are, we stopped and tried to help them out. We took the time to try to understand what they were saying and where were they going, as they were making no sense. After providing them with directions, just before turning around to keep going we were stopped by a condescending question: “Hey, are you guys gay?” Proud of being who I am and not wanting to hide my sexual preference and being aware that there would be a confrontation I responded: “Yes, we are gay.” The “dude”, as he was called by his friend, started to laugh sarcastically and asked us if we were going to go home to suck each others dicks. His friend, being aware that my partner and I were cold sober and them not even able to keep their sight “straight”, pushed his friend away from us and told him to carry on.

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Memories of Cody

In: Saturday Submissions

I will apologize up front. This is a longer piece of writing than I (pictured above) would normally post . Even this was shortened from I had originally planned to post. The subject matter is so close to my heart.

As I sit here typing this my eyes are burning from the salt in my tears . I see prisms of light as I watch the monitor as I type. As fast as I wipe my tears away; more flow. They are not tears of sadness . Rather; a mixture of sadness and gratitude.

Today I went down to the lobby and opened my mailbox and took out the junk mail and the monthly bills and a parcel deliver card . I guess the mailman was too lazy to walk up the stairs and knock on my door. I went back upstairs ; finished drinking my coffee and wondered what the parcel could be. I wasn’t expecting anything as I seldom mail order anything. I put it out of my mind and carried on my day ; setting the postcard on my night stand.

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A while ago, some of us posted our coming out stories. I haven’t written one yet, as I don’t really have one coming out story. Coming out for me has always been a life long thing. Every time I start a new job, I come out. Every time I move to a new city, I come out. Every time I join a non-gay sports team, I come out.

I assume it’s the same for most people. There are some personalities where their sexual orientation is no secret, but I’ve been told by more than one person that they “never would have guessed.” Which some how seems like a backhanded compliment? I guess I’m good at hiding it? haha. I know they don’t mean it that way, but living in a heterosexist world, you’re bound to hear comments of those type every now and then.

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Sign Language + Pop Music = Nasty Habit

In: Patrick, Videos

I really admire this guy. Michael Chase DiMartino is a 25 year old Italian-French guy who was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. He’s a sign language interpreter full time, and has interpreted theatre on some big stages (he was even in a play that was reviewed by ther NY Times to which he received a rave review). Very cool.

So, how did I come to find him, or how do you recognize him? His YouTube videos slash sign language music video remakes have been getting a lot of attention, especially after Britney had posted his version of Womanizer in sign language to her official site a while back! So, we have sign language interpreter, performer, entrepreneur…what else? He sings! A few years ago he sang in Carnegie Hall and totally separate from that, he actually just released a sexy single on iTunes under his stage name (Chase) called Nasty Habit.

After we started less than a year ago, I have come to be very grateful for having such a forum for expressing myself, and for being able to provide the opportunity for others to do the same. I value the ability to express myself on a daily basis on such a large scale, and I love that DiMartino’s embracing his gifts and doing the same – in so many ways! Expressing himself with his body, and encouraging others to do so with his fun and creative YouTube Videos, and also expressing himself with his voice. Who’s to say you can only express yourself in one way. Do it all! Like I said it’s called “Nasty Habit” and you can get it here on iTunes for super cheap. Let’s support this voice to those who can’t hear! I have the song and it’s totally catchy…very Backstreet N’Sync pop genre – except gay (well…pretending that Lance Bass was still straight). The music video is being shot in a public shower type setting…dirty 😉 Can’t wait to see it!

You have to check out his video remakes for Bad Romance & Womanizer, after the jump…

Kevin’s Gay Guide to Dublin

In: Kevin, Travel & Leisure

Dublin is a blast of a city. I don’t care who you are- if you’re fun, like to drink and have a good time, you’ll have a great time in Dublin.

I was there a few weeks ago and to share my favourite spots & experiences for anyone who’s going to be headed across the pond. There’s the obvious things you have to do in Dublin, like visiting the Guinness factory but I’ve opted to focus on the less obvious things like hotel choice, site-seeing in the countryside and food.

The Morrisson Hotel


The Morrisson Hotel is smack dab in the middle of the downtown core of Dublin. Located on Lower Ormond Quay you can see the river directly from your window in many of the rooms and it’s basically the first thing you see as you exit the building. With a bridge only a few feet away, you immediately find yourself in Temple Bar- which is a hub for great places to eat, live music and Irish culture. Add to it that four of the best gay clubs/bars in the city are all within a 5-minute walk and you’re basically set.I highly recommend this hotel if you’re staying in the city. It’s boutique, it’s central, the staff is super friendly and you’ll never be closer to everywhere you want to be in Dublin.

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Peter Breeze: “FuckTalk (Buy Me A Drink)”

In: Patrick, Videos

“Buy me a drink, buy, buy me a drink…go to my place, my place, my place…” Get ready, cuz after you’ve seen this video slash heard this song, that sassy & catchy line is gonna be in your head all. day. long.

This glamorous Vancouver gay pop singer (think Johnny McGovern…but more fabulous and looks more like Aaron Carter) has been doing his thing here in VanCity for a a short while now (kinda taking after Armstrong Junior I suppose), performing at various gay events in the city, has recently released his video for “FuckTalk (Buy Me A Drink).

One such event was Vancouver Gay Pride this past year (and had one of the best entries in the parade too – see the photo below!)


Music video after the jump!

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