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With an invitation like that, how can anyone refuse. The 31-year-old English pro rugby player just oozes sex on the cover of Gay Times magazine. From his very visible penis line to his massive guns, every part of Stuart Reardon deserves a bit of worshiping 😉 Not only is he comfortable showing off his body for the gays, he’s also a big LGBT supporter. Check out his thoughts on Russia’s anti-gay laws and the upcoming Winter Olympics.

“What’s happened over there is disgusting. But if you’ve been training for the last four years and you’re in a position where you could win a medal, you’re going to want to compete aren’t you? If I was a gay athlete I think it would send a stronger message to go. Being in the public eye, you have a wider opportunity to voice your opinion to a wider audience and send a positive message. That would make more of an impact than boycotting.” – Stuart Reardon

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The annual “Naked Issue” from Gay Times Magazine is out, featuring four collectible covers with super sexy blokes in the buff. The four covers consist of Luke Campbell (an Olympic Boxer), Chris Mears (an Olympic Diver), Ashley McKenzie (an Olympic Judo Competitor & Big Brother UK 2012), and PJ Brennan & Kieron Richardson (Hollyoaks British Soap Opera).

The models were photographed by world-renowned photographer, Dylan Rosser and they are hot, hot, hot. The Naked Issue, which features all naked celebrities, will help raise money for the HIV organization, Terrance Higgens Trust. Throughout the issue, readers are encouraged to text donations with the numbers provided.

Check out the sexy cover photos below. I’ve also included a couple extras that I’m sure you’ll appreciate as well. Be sure to get the issue when it comes out and text your donations in to help support a good cause.

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Not that I don’t appreciate a cute guy shirtless wearing only Speedos (because I DO), but the cover of GT’s latest issue seems to contradict one of the interviews featured in the publication. Finn Jones plays Ser Loras Tyrell on the HBO series Game of Thrones. The 24-year-old English actor discusses his experience portraying the gay character on the show. Here’s his response:

“In terms of the gay community, I’ve got a very strong reaction that people are happy with it, happy that gay characters are being portrayed but not in a sensationalized or stereotyped way, and they’re being put into a world that is a very masculine, hard world. I hope that they think that we’re not stereotyping them.”

I wonder if the stylist for the Gay Times cover read the above before giving an orange winter coat and a banana hammock for Finn to wear. Because that’s not stereotypical at all 😉 From my experience, I see at least five guys in that very get-up within the first ten minutes of hitting the village of any gay ski event in North America. I kid. Jones certainly is packing some heat in those tiny orange Speedos.

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Todd Sanfield, whom we’ve featured on Homorazzi a number of times, was featured in last month’s issue of GT Magazine for an incredibly sexy editorial shoot shot by the talented Rick Day. In this post, we’ve included some of those photos as well as some of the outtakes that didn’t make it into the issue.

The shoot took place in Kew Motel in Queens, the type of place that offers “very reasonable short-stay rates” (if you know what I mean), as well as as standard overnight rates. Todd poses in various parts of the motel room wearing different pairs of underwear, and sometimes nothing. There are some photos that are a little too racy for our site, but let me tell (as if I haven’t said it before) Sanfield has the hottest…everything. He’s got an incredible chest, killer abs, a bootylicous butt, and well…I’ll just stop there before I get carried away.

Check out the incredibly sexy pictures from the shoot below.

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Merlin Knights Cover GT Magazine

In: Random Reads, Totally GAY!, Tyrell

If you live in the UK, then chances are, you are probably obsessed with one of it’s biggest TV shows: Merlin. This medieval fantasy thriller began captivating audiences when it first launched in 2008 and has become one of Britain’s biggest telly exports with the show now being seen in over 183 countries. It just goes to show that you shouldn’t underestimate the power of Merlin’s magic.

Three of the Knights of Camelot were gracious enough to model for Gay Times Magazine (GT) without their kit. Who knew knights could be so sexy? The three men pictures above are Rupert Young who plays Sir Leon, Eoin Macken who plays Gwaine and Tom Hopper who plays Sir Percival.

If you’re an avid reader of GT but don’t watch Merlin, you may recognize Tom. He’s graced the magazine’s cover before and apparently during the shoot had everyone staring when he stripped down to his Armani briefs. Eoin (pronounced Owen) also used to be an Abercrombie & Fitch model and Rupert is just a joker. When the photographer asked him what character he played he said, “Character? I’m not in Merlin. I was just standing outside… I was coming in for a meal.”

The four grace the cover of this mag’s Style Issue and as you can see the stylist for the shoot had fun playing with the fall’s trends and utilizing them in a fun way like the shield with a pocket square on it and the kit armor made up of suit fabric. Check out the full cover and a behind-the-scenes look at the shoot with an interview below.

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Sexy Ben Cohen Graces Gay Times Magazine

In: Donovan, Totally GAY!

Ben Cohen is probably the gayest straight man in sports, next to David Beckham that is. No one can out metrosexual that guy, but Cohen is certainly giving him a run for his money. Let’s do a quick rundown on why he’s one of the gay community’s biggest ally. He was named sports personality by UK’s Gay Times in 2008, then appeared on the cover of gay magazine, Attitude in 2009. A year later, he signed a jockstrap and auctioned it off to support the gay man’s health charity, GMFA.

If that wasn’t enough, he decided to embark on the “Ben Cohen Acceptance Tour 2011” which took him around the UK and the US to bring awareness to homophobia and stop the bullying of youth in schools. It’s part of his Ben Cohen Stand Up Foundation which he created after retiring from rugby. Coming off his gay meet-and-greet tour, the former rugby player has once again bared his sexy furry chest for another gay magazine. This time Ben is gracing the cover of Gay Times Magazine’s July 2011 issue. Not bad for a happily-married straight man and father of two. Glad his wife doesn’t have a problem sharing her sexy man meat for the gays. Check out the full cover and another pic from inside the latest issue below.

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S Club Member Comes Out

In: Patrick, Totally GAY!

“Ain’t no party like an S Club (coming out) party, cuz and S Club Party don’t stop…” Actor and former member of the blast from the past teen pop sensation (S Club, Formerly S Club 7), Jon Lee shows his colours has come out of the closet to reveal his sexuality in an interview with GT magazine. Looking back, it’s really no surprise (sort of like the non-shocker that was Lance Bass from N’Sync). That being said, it’s always good when public figures speak out about their sexuality because it’s going to make it that much easier for a young teenager to feel comfortable in their own skin and come out when they are ready as well.

S Club is gonna “Bring It All Back” and is planning an appearance in the UK at Doncaster Gay Pride this month. The other members include Tina Barrett, Paul Cattermole, Bradley McIntosh, Jo O’Meara, Hannah Spearritt and Rachel Stevens.

Below is some of what is discussed in the GT magazine interview with Lee:

On Speculation He Was Gay:

“If someone had said ’are you gay?’ I would have said yes, but no-one ever did. I’ve never felt the need to leap out of the closet singing and dancing about it. I’ve always known I was gay, from a very young age. I came out to my friends and my family at a very young age, so for me it’s always been my life and it’s never needed to be a huge change that I’ve had to tell everyone about.”

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