I figure since some of you may be suffering from a case of the Mondays, you could use something a little humorous and homoerotic to lighten things up. A couple cute guys named Chris and Gary have been uploading silly and sometimes homoerotic videos onto YouTube for quite some time now. In fact, we posted about one of them a while back called “Bromance (What’s Wrong With It)” and it was actually pretty hilarious.
In this new music video for a song they call “Eskimo Brothers,” the two guys sing about how they share the same girl. The term “Eskimo Brothers” is defined as “when two males acknowledge having been intimate with the same female and remain on good terms. In the case of Chris and Gary, they remain on very good terms if you know what I mean ;) You’ll have to watch the video to find out.
In the newest episode of Steam Room Stories, the boys discover how totally un-gay it is to check out each others hot bods. It’s a compliment, right? Well, that’s what one of the guys convinces the other to believe.
At first, one of the guys is all weirded out because he noticed another guy checking him out. His friend reassured him that he should take it as a compliment and it’s just a guys appreciating another guy’s body and all the hard work that he puts into it. Later on another guy comes and starts complimenting one of the guys on his body and from there, things accelerate pretty quickly.
This one was one of the sexiest videos they’ve done lately. Enjoy the video below!
YouTube star Davey Wavey has an interesting way of telling things like it is, and his latest video is no exception. In this video titled “Gay Things Straight Guys Do,” he lists and/or demonstrates various things that straight guys do that can seem pretty gay in the eyes of gay men.
The first example, as you can see above, is wrestling. “Wrestling is pretty much the gayest thing in the world. The only difference between wrestling and like 90% of gay porn is that… there actually is no difference – so they’re the same thing.” Following that statement, Wavey and his straight friend demonstrate some wrestling, but it gets cut short when he says, “Stop! I’m getting hard!” LOL.
As always, Davey Wavey is just having some fun with the topic and it’s not to be taken seriously. If anything, he demonstrates that gay guys and straight guys have a lot more in common than one might think. Watch and enjoy the video below.
“Have you ever met someone who made your body heat up, get a little nervous and sweaty, and made your crotch stir a bit?” That’s the feeling the creators of Sexual Tension: Volatile hope to ignite for you in this new film that tells six stories of experiences of men in various stages of nudity and many forms of erotic male bonding. Based on what I’ve seen in the trailer, if this movie doesn’t put you in the mood, I don’t know what will.
Here’s the official synopsis of the film: “A pulsating, sexually-charged thrill ride, the film begins as a young man feels the adrenaline rush of his sexy tattooist’s needle in Ari while in The Cousin, a geeky, cute boy finds a hot Summer afternoon triggering his taboo desire for his Speedo-clad cousin. Two straight buddies literally show each other how to make love to a woman in The Other One, while a man with Broken Arms receives a sensual sponge bath from a male nurse. Love is questionable when a broken shower brings a married man and a hairy, innkeeper together when they least expect it and in Workout two muscular men, ‘sexting’ pictures to some hot chicks, begin to shed their clothes and inhibitions.”
The film was created by Marcelo Mónaco and Marco Berger and offers an intriguing and incredibly sexy look at male intimacy. TLA Releasing will be releasing the film on February 12, 2013 – just in time for Valentine’s Day? Check out the erotic trailer below.
The boys from One Direction have been described as having a very close bromance and they’re not hiding it at all. In fact, they talk about marrying each other, how handsome their bandmates are, which one they’d have as their boyfriend, and more in interviews. There have also been pictures of them kissing, grabbing each other’s butts and crotches.
Someone took the time to compile all of these clips together into one montage video and I’m sharing it for your viewing pleasure below. I love how comfortable they are with their sexuality and with each other that they aren’t afraid to show affection. I seriously couldn’t look away when I was watching the video.
Famed photographer, Bruce Weber recently released four sexy Abercrombie & Fitch videos that you simply must see. If for some crazy reason you need any other motivation to watch other than me telling you that they are A&F videos, let’s just they all revolve around wrestling and training for the sport. That’s right…Hello homoerotic heaven!
There are four short videos in the series: (1) Basketball Is What Boys Do (During Men’s Wrestling Season) (2) Everything Else Seems Easy (3) Live Sleep and Eat Wrestling and (4) Other Sports Require One Ball. They are all worth watching.
I’ve included a series of screen shots below as well, to give you an appetizer before the main course. Enjoy!
In the November Issue of Details Magazine, they take a closer look at America’s obsession with the male body. The opening line of the article reads: “Look around. Everywhere you turn, the male form is being idealized, commodified, fetishized.” I can’t say I disagree with that statement. In fact, you probably notice that we write a lot about our weekly man crushes or about your favorite sexy males actors when they take their shirts off. The truth is, we’re giving you what you want and the stats prove it.
Now Details Magazine isn’t OUT Magazine. Generally, it’s written to your average straight male, trying to be the best version of himself he can be and win the heart of his dream girl along the way. For that reason, I find their article extra interesting as they discuss the possible reasons and influences behind the obsession with the male body. “Have we entered a grand age of self-improvement? Or is it narcissism? Or homoeroticism? It’s all those things, and more—41 in all.” The article goes through several different ad campaigns, fads, and other influences that have led to the obsession with the male body, for gays and straights alike. You see, the gays aren’t the only ones who want to see these hot men in their underwear. The straight guys do too.
They’re not gay, they just like Glee… or so they say. Hilarious duo, Chris Nester and Brian Sturgill star in this hilariously homoerotic music video about guys who like Glee. When I was in the closet as a teenager, I definitely didn’t tell people that I had two of the Backstreet Boys albums hidden in a drawer in my room. In my mind, that would have been a dead give away that I was gay. I wonder if I would have been secretive about watching Glee if it was on while I was in high school. I guess I’ll never know.
Nester makes some good points, as he raps in the song – I mean, why is he gay just because he watches the musical comedy? Well, maybe because there’s a little more to the story. Nester raps, “Hanging out late, with my best homie / Just broke up with his girlfriend, feeling kinda lonely / So we drink some wine, and we watch some Glee / and we held hands, strictly platonically.” From there, their relationship only escalates…but it’s totally not gay. LOL. I hope you enjoy the video below as much as I did.