The rest of the above pic is here, and must be seen. Now.
Massive climate march in NYC attracts 100,000s.
Is Tom Hardy secretly married???
FUNNIEST 12" RECORD COVER EVER.
A trip to the Brooklyn Book Festival.
Koalas are so cute when they're mad.
You're insane if you're hitting a kid with a belt in 2014.
Janis Ian sweetly eulogizes the late Polly Bergen:
Liam Payne is not homophobic, isn't the one in those gay-sex pics.
More and more and more possible collabs for new Madonna album.
Madonna and Natalia Kills urge you to “Trust No Bitch”.
For Lisa Stansfield fans only.
Introducing 201 pounds of man meat:
Armando Adajar shoots Jonathan C in Marcuse, and his aim is true!
Two more sexy-as-hell shots after the jump...
AHS: Freak Show Cast Photos
Take a peek at Jessica Lange, Kathy Bates, and Sarah Paulson in character
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It’s a true question of the ages: which hurts more, child birth or getting whacked in the nuts? Inquiring minds want to know.
Well if the subject has ever come up as lively dinner party debate (or even if it hasn’t), here’s some information that will put the discussion to rest. Science to the rescue.
But in true scientific fashion, the correct answer seems to be as vague as your best red wine-fueled opinion.
Basically, both hurt. A lot. And pain is subjective, so there’s no real way to measure it. Though we’re guessing that won’t go over too well with your mommy friends.
You may have to direct them to this video:
“The thin line between homo-social and homo-erotic in army life can be so confusing and torturous for a gay soldier,” explains photographer Kobi Israel. “In my native Israel, every citizen has to serve in the army when they turn 18 … These images were born from my personal experience as a gay soldier back in 1989-1992 and reflect on the unique male bonding and ‘brotherhood’ feelings.”
Israel’s images of Israeli soldiers were taken at the beginning of the millennium and were published in a 2003 photo book by Bruno Gmunder. He says his intention with the series was not to glorify war, but to celebrate the close intimacy he felt with his male comrades.
“Soldiers hug and kiss each other, say ‘I love you brother’ to each other, sleep together — sometimes lean on each others’ chests, sometimes share a tiny mattress, have communal showers where they play ‘boy games’ like throwing water and soap on each other, sometimes share a hot shower,” Israel says. “Here are the men as I knew them, playing, laughing, throwing their arms around one another’s soldiers. Through my art I can fearlessly evoke my fantasies as clearly as my memories.”
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Every once in a while, a movie producer hires all of the teen hunks he can find, puts them in an all-male environment, and orders a script that involves fighting a common adversary with their shirts off, thus ensuring the avid interest of every gay boy in the world: Tom Brown's School Days, Bless the Beasts and Children, Lord of the Flies, White Water Summer, White Squall. In 1991, the movie was Toy Soldiers.
Sean Astin, left) sneaks out to brief the adults.
When they turn out to be ineffectual, Billy and his friends, including comic relief Snuffy (21-year old Keith Coogan, middle) and surly bodybuilder Ricky (19-year old George Perez, right), go on the offensive, incapacitating several terrorists, disabling their bomb, and leading the younger kids to safety, just in time to be "rescued."
Wil Wheaton, well known for playing Wesley Crusher on Star Trek: the Next Generation).
Keith Coogan (Snuffy) was a former child star with credits in Adventures in Babysitting and The Book of Love.
However, heterosexual interest is absent, except for a scene in which Billy confiscates a Playboy from one of the younger kids. There are references to getting laid and masturbation, but no one mentions a girlfriend or a desire for girls.
Absence of expressed heterosexual desire is almost unheard-off in a teen movie of the 1990s, giving viewers permission to read one or more of the boys -- or all of them -- as gay.
Sean Astin would go on to lasting fame as Sam Gamgee in The Lord of the Rings.
Keith Coogan now hosts The Call Sheet, a celebrity interview podcast.
Both are vocal gay allies.
All of this was somehow supposed to prepare us for a future confined to small square offices by day and small square houses by night.
The only tale of High Adventure that I actually liked was Kon-Tiki, about Norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdahl's quest to prove that Polynesia was settled by the early Incas -- or could have been.
Who cares that contemporary anthropology disputed his theory? He had been on a High Adventure. Every boy I knew read the book, named his toy boat Kon-Tiki, and planned extravagant sailing adventures. Mine started down the Mississippi, across the Gulf of Mexico to Florida, and then followed the Gulf Stream to Europe.
Many more recent expeditions have attempted to recreate the journey, such as the Tangaroa in 2006, with Heyerdahl's grandson Olaf in the crew.
See also: Donald Duck's Double Life.