Jun 14, 2024

"Good Trouble": The Foster girls move to L.A., get horrible jobs, and compete over a bi boy. WIth a lot of naked guys.

Good Trouble 
popped up on my recommendations from Hulu under the Pride Collection.  The icon shows two girls, so they must be a lesbian couple.  Maybe there are gay characters, too.

Link to the nude photos

Scene 1: Two girls, who name themselves Mariana and Callie, squeal as they drive a U-Haul on an empty highway to L.A.  I can't tell who has which name, so I'll call them Long Hair and Short Hair.  One has just graduated from law school and found a job as a clerk for a federal judge, and the other, just graduated from college, has found a job as a software engineer. 

Scene 2
: With those salaries, they could rent a condo in West Hollywood, but instead they're moving into a hippie commune at the Palace Theater downtown.  The manager gives them a tour: 

Communal bathroom, with a naked lady and a guy who doesn't wash his hands after using the urinal. Manager complains that everyone over-wipes. 

Kitchen, where a lady complains that everyone steals her stuff from the refrigerator.  

Lounge, where someone named Dennis is rehearsing a play about stealing books.

Dennis is played by Josh Pence, left.

Their horrible bedroom, with sagging plaster, unfinished walls, and opaque windows. They can use the communal bathroom, or they can buy a chamber pot, but don't poop in it, because the rats will eat it.  I'm never going to get that image out of my head. Girls, just rent a decent apartment.

Scene 3: The girls complain, but they have no choice: they can only afford $1600 per month.  Ok, that might be a problem.  My old apartment in West Hollywood is now running at $3000.

Scene 4: Uh-oh, their U-Haul has been broken into, and everything was stolen!  How long were you looking at the horrible commune before coming down to unload?

They go to a bar to drink tequila. Short Hair notes that the male bartender is hot.  "Really?" Long Hair asks, annoyed.  "When was the last time you got laid?"  Wait -- I thought they were a lesbian couple. Why is this included in the Pride Collection?  Is there a gay minor character?

Scene 5: They have no clothes for work tomorrow, so they head to an all-night discount store for a montage of trying on clothes, playing with dolls, squealing,  and hugging. Then sleeping on separate mattresses, waking up late the next morning, and rushing out.  Hang on -- you planned to move into your new place the day before your first day at work?  What if you were delayed on the road?

On the way out, Short Hair gets a cliched jaw-dropping love-at-first-sight moment as the Boy of Her Dreams walks toward her in slow motion.  I don't see the attraction -- he's disheveled, shabbily dressed, hair askew, looking like how Hollywood portrays meth heads.  Long Hair knows him already, from when he interviewed at the software company.  Wait -- she hasn't gone to work yet, she doesn't work in human resources, and, and....what the heck is going on?  Anyhow, the takeaway of the scene is that they're sisters, both into the hunky Meth Head, and likely to sabogate each other's attempts to snare him.  . 

Or not.  I can't find him in the cast list.

Googling Callie and Medina, I discovered that they are from The Fosters, a soap opera about a lesbian couple raising a lot of foster and adopted kids. So that's the gay connection?    

The Fosters was a soap opera, so Good Trouble will probably have a lot of tragedy and angst. 

Scene 6:  That night, while mooning over Meth Head, Short Hair walks up to the balcony swimming pool ...in a seedy, decrepit falling-apart movie theater where they can't even afford to plaster the walls?  None of this makes any sense.  Just go with it.  

A hunk takes off his shirt and dives in. Beefcake alert: we see him underwater, swimming laps.  He notices Short Hair and introduces himself as Gael, played by Tommy Martinez, top photo and left.

Whoa, a sudden shot of Short Hair as a victim of a violent sexual assault.  Or maybe extremely energetic consensual sex -- on tv with no context they look identical.  According to the fan wiki, when Callie was living in the foster home before the Fosters, she reported that a guy named Liam raped her, but her previous set of foster parents didn't believe her and kicked her out of the house.  She must be getting a post-traumatic flashback.

They discuss their dreams and goals, smoke pot, and examine Gael's art. He does terrible sculpting in clay -- and invites her to caress the very phallic end of his piece called "Stasis." Short Hair notes that she wanted to study art, but couldn't hack it and tried law as a back-up. 

They feel more art, and the camera repeatedly zooms in on Short Hair's bare shoulder -- I wonder if she suffered an injury there during her rape on The Fosters. Then they kiss.

More Foster girls after the break.  And a few guys.

Jun 13, 2024

Gemstones Episode 1.5: Baby Billy and Eli compete for Aimee-Leigh. Plus water sports and donkey ___


This is the censored version of the review, with no nude photos or explicit sexual discussions.

Title: "Interlude."  The interludes, set halfway through each season, are designed to clarify the conflicts and back stories, and to keep you in suspense after a major crisis. Here we flash back to 1989. when Eli and Aimee-Leigh were rich but not mega-rich, Baby Billy was hoping for a come-back after his child-star career, and young Jesse was jealous of his soon-to-be-born brother Kelvin. 

A Hot Piece of Tail: 
 This is the golden age of televangelism, with Pat Robertson, Jimmy Swaggart, Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker, and Jerry Falwell eating up the airwaves -- and blaming homa-sekshuls for everything from teen pregnancy to hurricanes/  They were especially eager to proclaim that homa-sekshuls were trying to destroy society by infecting straight people with AIDS.  In 1989, the number of new cases peaked at 80,000. 

Before the broadcast,  Aimee-Leigh walks around, being friendly to the crew.  Very diverse crew: -- old and young, black and white, women in jobs traditionally held by men, probably gay people.  She compliments Eli as "a hot piece of tail," and he agrees: "I'm sizzling hot."This seems a little gender-transgressive.  Men aren't typically referred to in this way.  Just before the curtain rises, Aimee-Leigh tells Eli, "I'm pregnant."  How playful, and borderline mean!

Family Dinner:  
Lots of gross closeups of 1980s food.  When Aimee-Leigh says that she has news to share, Jesse guesses that Judy has been put up for adoption, and she guesses that he has AIDS. In 1989 evangelicals -- and most of the general public -- thought that only gay men contracted AIDS, so she is "accusing" him of being gay. 

No, Aimee-Leigh says without disciplining them, she is actually having a baby. Jesse wishes that she has a miscarriage, again without discipline, then backtracks: : "I will never like them.  They will never be my friend."  This is a call-back to the Episode 1.1 scene where Jesse is upset with Kelvin because "we used to be friends."  

Judy hopes that it's a boy, so she can teach him how to pee standing up.  Is she accusing Jesse of being a woman?

The Misbehavin' Tour: 
At the office, Baby Billy tells the Gemstones about his idea for a Misbehavin' Comeback Tour this spring.  But she can't do it: she is pregnant, due in July (in Season 2, Kelvin says that his birthday is near Christmas, but never mind).

Baby Billy insists that they go on the tour anyway, but she insists that she can't.  How about waiting until after the birth?  Nope.

The screenshot shows Baby Billy in pain, behind window slats that look like bars. He is trapped, unable to move beyond his child-star days, blaming Eli for ruining his life. In Season 3, Eli's other brother-in-law will blame him too, with more violent results.  

The Birthday Party:  
After scenes where Jesse is caught arranging little-kid fights and complains that his parents are never around, a we cut to Judy's birthday party.  Kids eating food in disgusting ways (a regular trope in this episode); riding a slip-and-slide; riding ponies.  

What Jesse is looking at after the break. Warning: Explicit.

The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas

The last place you'd expect to find gay content is in a movie about a brothel for heterosexuals, with no gay characters.  But The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas is loaded down with gay symbolism.

The Chicken Ranch is a nice, cozy, down-home whorehouse in rural Texas, run by the heart-of-gold Miss Mona, and ignored by sheriff and occasional customer Ed Earl.  When a crusading tv reporter named Melvin P. Thorpe finds out that "There's a Whorehouse in Texas!" and starts a Moral Majority protest, Miss Mona isn't concerned; she's handled right-wing bigots before.  Besides, she's busy preparing for the annual visit by the winners of the big college football game (who sing "The Aggie Song" with their shirts off).

Turns out that Miss Mona was short-sighted; the tv crusade galvanizes the religious bigots, many of whom are customers "on the downlow."  Eventually the Governor himself, though a master of "the Side Step," calls to announce that the brothel must be shut down.  Defeated, Miss Mona and the girls get on "The Bus from Amarillo" and scatter to new lives.

It's a bit racy for high school and college drama departments, but there have been some productions, In March 2013, the Gay Men's Chorus of Washington, DC, sponsored an all-male version.

When the original play opened on Broadway in 1978, Anita Bryant's "Save Our Children" campaign was in the air, and fundamentalists were increasingly abandoning their old bogies of feminism, paganism, and evolution to scream "There are Gays in Our Town!"  Audiences could hardly fail to make the connection.

The movie adaptation arrived in July 1982, at the height of Jerry Falwell's anti-gay Moral Majority crusade, and gay director Colin Higgins made the symbolism even more obvious, with an ongoing romance between Miss Mona (Dolly Parton) and Ed Earl (Burt Reynolds) that must be hidden ("Sneakin' Around").

Plus lots of wink-wink casting: perennially gay-coded Dom Deluise as Melvin P. Thorpe, and open-secret Jim Nabors as sympathetic Deputy Fred.

And an increase in the beefcake.  Burt Reynolds, who previously posed naked in Cosmo, hangs out in a towel, Dom Deluise hangs out in his underwear, and the Texas Aggies sing in the locker room fully nude (lots of rear shots, and even a few frontals if you freeze frame).

See also: 10 Stage Musicals with Unexpected Beefcake.

Jun 12, 2024

Preston Oliver: Teen idol with four tv roles, two boyfriends, "Ask Me" Toney, and some nude costars

I found Preston Oliver by accident while researching Ian Winningkoff.

According to the IMDB, he was born in 2006 and grew up in Las Vegas.  He got bit by the drama bug in fifth grade, when he was cast as a pirate in a version of Peter Pan.  Acting classes and professional representation followed, and, at age 12, his tv debut on two episodes of Chicago Fire: 

As the troubled son of richster Bradley Boyd (Justin Belfi), he sts Dad's boat and garage on fire, is sent away for counseling, and is never mentioned again. 

Less than six months later, Preston was cast in two episodes of This is Us, as the son of Kevin. played by Justin Hartley.  It's a soap opera, so Kevin's character arc was very complex and loaded down with tragedy.

Then came an episode of Roswell, New Mexico as young Michael. one of the main characters, who abandons a relationship with a man to fall in love with a woman. I don't know if he's bisexual, or got "cured" of being gay.  He's played by Michael Vlamis. 

Preston's big break came in the Disney Channel's Secrets of Sulphur Springs, about a boy and a girl solving mysteries involving time travel. 

More Preston after the break

"The Lake": Sleazy Mayor Jerry O'Connell wants a three-way with Justin and his date. What's a gay guy to do?

Link to the nude photos

I already reviewed the first episode of The Lake, a comedy about a gay guy who returns to the Lake where he spent summers during his childhood, with plots about bonding with the teenage daughter he never met and trying to save his grandfather's beloved cabin.  I want to review Episode 4 because: it features a gay three-way with 1990s heartthrob Jerry O'Connell

Link to NSFW version

Scene 1: 
Everyone is cheering at the junior lifeguard trials. Justin (Jordan Gavaris, left) and his Daughter watch from a distance and make fun of them.  But they're only being slightly sarcastic today, because they have won a victory: the board voted against the Evil Maisy's scheme to renovate (that is, tear down) the cottage Justin visited in as a child -- he never actually lived there, but he is desperate to keep it the way it was, a sort of anchor to his past.  Most of the plot arcs involve Jason trying to keep the cottage out of Evil Maisy's clutches.  

Speak of the Devil: Evil Maisy drops by to introduce Jason to Gil the Thrill (Jerry O'Connell), who  is running for Mayor.  Gloating, Evil Maisy notes that the Mayor can re-classify the cottage as a farmhouse, which doesn't need Board approval to be...torn down!  

To make matter's worse, he's hot for Jason!  Dude, maybe you could convince him to not-reclassify the cottage by getting on your knees? No, not to beg.

Scene 2
: By the way, Daughter's Crush (Jared Scott), who also happens to be Evil Maisy's son, won the lifeguard contest.  The first Chinese-Canadian Junior Lifeguard in Lake history!  He gets his sash and the keys to the legendary Boathouse while Mom, Dad, and his brother Opal (Declan Whaley) watch.  No, Opal is not trans, or nonbinary.  He's a femme gay boy.  

After the boys leave to hang out with Justin's Daughter, Evil Maisy and her Semi-Evil Husband (Terry Chen, left) discuss the evil scheme.  "Remember, Dear, this is Justin's fault.  He sabotaged my previous play to destroy his childhood memories, mwah-ha-ha, so, so stay frosty."

Scene 3: Justin is going through withdrawal from junk food due to Daughter's health consciousness, so he runs into the Tuck Shop, sneaks behind the counter, and grabs some chips. Manager Riley (Travis Nelson, below) appears. Beep! Gil the Thrill (mayoral candidate Jerry O'Connell) is contacing them both on Grindr.  Nice chest, and he's into three-ways, but he's in cahoots with Evil Maisy!  

Scene 4: Cut to Daughter and her Crush discussing the evil scheme.  Even though he's Evil Maisy's son, Crush wants to keep the cabin, for a reason too complicated (and gross) to explain. 

After Crush leaves, Scandinavian Hippie Ulrika comes in with a fish to be tested for herpes.  A big deal --if it tests positive, they have to close down the lake for weeks-- no boating, swimming, waterskiing, or construction.  Hmm -- Daughter has a idea.

Scene 5: Justin talks to Jayne, apparently his only Ally in the cabin plot.  She is upset because Daugher's Crush won Junior Lifeguard instead of her own daughters. "Grr...Evil Maisy and her family ruin every.  The next time I see hre, I'm going to tell her...."  Whoops, at that moment Gil the Thrill appears. "...how excited I am about her cook-out tonight.  I'm bringing crab cakes."

When she leaves, Gil gets down to business: is Justin into hooking up, or what?  "No way -- you're on Evil Maisy's team, trying to destroy my childhood memories!"  But, he says, he might change his mind about the issue while Justin is on his knees. Hey, that's sexual coercion! I know, I thought of it first. 

:"Thanks, but I have a date with Riley tonight." "Bring him along, and it's a done deal.  I'll stick it to Evil Maisy after I stick it to you."

More sticking after the break

Jun 11, 2024

Jeremy Allen White: "Shameless," "The Bear," a sex tape, and a drag Little Orphan Annie


I had no idea who Jeremy Allen White was until I saw this Calvin Klein commercial. A chest with no head.

And a disembodied bulge.

According to the IMDB, he is currently starring in The Bear, as a chef trained in haute cuisine who is forced to become a cook in a rundown greasy spoon.  I haven't seen it --- I heard it was intensely homophobic.

Here he appears to be walking down a corridor plastered with newspapers, showing his tats but not his face.

He also stars in The Iron Claw, about three wrestling brothers who face constant tragedy.  I haven't seen that, either -- f*k the sadness.  Um...another disembodied bulge?

Come on, when are we going to see this guy's face?

He displays a butt and a partial dick in Shameless.  Jeremy played Lip, the most intellectual of the sons of crime boss Frank Gallagher.

Jeremy showed his butt quite often during the series, usually while having sex with a girl.

She's hard to see here, with your eyes naturally drawn to the books, but the feminine is a constant focus of his phallus.

Another where he's mounting a girl from behind, and there's a naked girl mural on the wall behind him.  Yuck.

Sorting through this excessive heterosexism is becoming tedious.  You'd better have an enormous cock or a world-class handsomeness, dude.

Cock: there's a sex tape, but he's literally having sex with a girl. I tried to crop all that junk out. 

Face: In the 2023 movie Fingernails, Jeremy climbs into the shower with someone and starts soaping their back.  I watch with the sound off, and there are no subtitles, so I can't tell if it's a boy or a girl, but given his track record, I'm going to guess girl.  And we see his face.

One more: Jeremy showing off his Little Orphan Annie look.  Sort of a retro drag queen persona, isn't it?

See also:  

Steve Howey: Gay ally happy to show his dick on camera

The 12 Bare Butts of Animal Kingdom

Jun 10, 2024

Gemstones Episode 1.4, Continued: Dot drives Kelvin crazy, Keefe refuses sex, and Gideon and Scotty date. With bonus Daedalus dick


This is the censored review, with no nude photos or explicit sexual discussions

Link to the nude photos and explicit sexual discussions

Earlier in Episode 1.4, we learned that Keefe is gay, and Kelvin is afraid of sex, or maybe just the phallus. Next we see a normalization of the Gideon-Scotty relationship.  Instead of being terrorized by Scotty, Gideon seems to actually like and care about him. This suggests disagreements among the showrunners about where the characters should go, similar to seeing Kelvin and Keefe as good buddies in one episode and romantic partners in another.

I'll let you buy me dinner: At the campground, Gideon gives Scotty the intel he learned from Martin: they receive an offering of over $1,000,000 on normal Sundays, but on big holidays, $3,000,000.  It's counted and placed in the vault overnight Sunday. On Monday it's deposited into the bank.  Wait -- is that all in cash?  Don't people just throw a few bucks in the offering plate?  If they're going to donate a lot of money, they'll write a check, or just have it deducted automatically from their bank account.

Scotty "goes dark" for a moment, brags about his own stuntwork, and criticizes Gideon's.  Then he becomes downright friendly and says "I'll let you buy me dinner."

You Shine: 
Cut to Kelvin appearing at Dot's lacrosse practice at North Jackson High School (in-joke: this is where Danny McBride's character worked in his earlier series, Vice Principals).  Like her boyfriend, Dot's friends think that Kelvin has a sexual interest.  The background music, Sweet Cheater's "Summer," supports them:

It's driving me crazy, making me wild in the summer,

Spending my time alone with you

Take a ride, baby, to the stars, in the backseat of my car

Ooh yeah, it feels so right, you belong with me tonight

Dot insists that he's harmless, and goes over to talk to him.  Struggling ludicrously to adopt teen slang, Kelvin invites her to a teen group meeting that night: "If you like it, great. If you don't, you'll never see me again." Weird way to phrase it, Kelvin -- sounds like you're interested in seeing her, not getting her into the church. 

Dot agrees to come, whereupon Kelvin leans over, stares into her eyes, and suggests: "No boyfriend tonight. Just you.  You sparkle without him."  Ulp, that sounds even more like "I am attracted to you. I want to date you."   He then tries to impress her by jumping over the chain-link fence (and failing).

Fan boards lit up with this exchange: "Hallelujah, my boy is straight!"; "I knew he had it in him!"; "Got the hots for the lady!"  The age of consent in South Carolina is 16, so sex with Dot would not be a crime.  But the power differential would make it wildly inappropriate, so a Kelvin-Dot romance is out of the question.  Still, the inference is there. Why?  

Since Kelvin is invitng Dot to a teen group, this can't be a holdover from an earlier draft where she was older.  Maybe it tells us that Kelvin can't even conceive of flirting with a girl, so he has no idea what his actions look like.    

Dot at the Youth Group:  We cut to the youth group meeting at the Sky Zone, an indoor trampoline park on Wando Park Boulevard in Mt. Pleasant, a suburb of Charleston with many Gemstone sites. Lots of kids somersaulting on bouncy-walls, and Keefe stretching Kelvin from behind as he groans "Harder. Harder.   Yeah, oh, that's good."  Acting like they're having sex, har har.

Notice that they're both wearing "Faith Factory" T-shirts, but none of the kids are. Keefe is now Kelvin's assistant youth minister. 

Dot appears.  Kelvin is "super-pumped that you didn't bring your idiot boyfriend."  Do you still think he's straight, after the sex joke?

He clears a space.  Keefe says: "These feats of physical strength are amazing."  Yeah, Kelvin is hot.   He performs some professional-looking acrobatic stunts.

Gideon and Scotty's Date: 
Dinner is pizza and beer at the Shem Creek Restaurant in Mount Pleasant, to the rather suggestively sexual song “You Knock Me Out.”
The way you talk when you say what you see

Your smile breaking my words – you knock me out.
The way you shake it, baby -- what’s on your mind?
The way you get when you get down – you knock me out. 

Apparently Scotty or Gideon, or both, are overwhelmed by the intensity of their passion.

 Scotty calls Gideon "Little Lord Fauntleroy,” a rather archaic phrase for a fragile, polite, feminine-coded “sissy,” named after a character in the 1886 novel by Francis Hodgson Burnett.  In the 1936 movie version, Freddie Bartholomew’s Ceddie is redeemed through a homoromantic bond with the tough Mickey Rooney    Likewise, here Scotty seems to be trying to masculinize Gideon, complimenting him on his ability to smoke, drink, and swear:  "I like this side of you, man."  They smile at each other, caring boyfriends far removed from the toxicity of Scotty’s earlier rant.

Knowing what comes after, I wonder if presenting Gideon and Scotty as romantic partners is a holdover from an early draft, in which Gideon is the gay character, and Kelvin begins dating Dot.  Or it may be a misdirection, to draw attention from the Kelvin/Keefe romance and keep viewers guessing which will turn out to be gay. 
ner is pizza and beer  at the Shem Creek Restaurant, while in the background we hear "You Knock Me Out," by the Chuck Hall Band -- apparently Scotty and Gideon are immersed in an overwhelming passion.

Gideon explains how he came to make the video: things were tense between him and Jesse, so his mom made him go to a prayer convention.  Jesse had his friends in his hotel room, and didn't want Gideon around. "Dude wanted to fuck," Scotty says.  So Gideon left, but on his way out, he hid  hid his phone with the video on, in case anything interesting happened.  He ended up taping Jesse's sex-and-drugs party, and decided to blackmail Jesse to "get even."

Scotty envisions their new life in Thailand, after stealing the money from the vault. He mentioned the ladyboys earlier, but it's worth repeating that Thailand is a well-known destination for gay tourism.  He also wants to repair the hard drive containing the sex-and-drugs party video, so "we f*k your Daddy again."  Very graphic way of putting it, with an incest-subtext. 

Then he recalls their first meeting.  Gideon was wearing a wig to be the stunt double for a woman (wigging," remember?), and Scotty was attracted: he came up behind him and grabbed "like you were a little piece." He means a potential sexual partner.  Apparently he likes people who are androgynous or nonbinary.  

Left: Gideon's butt.  Not  Skyler Gisondo's

He continues: "But you weren't.  You were a friend."  Gideon didn't mind being grabbed; apparently he liked it, since he accepted being drawn into a relationship.

 "And I get you.  I know you way better than your family does."  He sounds like an abusive boyfriend: "No one understand you but me." 

We cut to another scene on this busy Friday night: Jesse and Amber counseling Chad and his wife Mandy about the aberrant emails ("we were just fooling around").  Of course they mention cum again ("Water squirt emoji does not mean 'cum' -- it means ejaculation"),  And we're off to Club Sinister.

Satanist cock after the break

"Fantasmas": Is Julio gay? What about the alien muppet? The women dressed as drag queens? The letter Q?


Hulu wants me to celebrate Pride with Fantasmas, Ghosts.  The first episode is entitled "Cookies and Spaghetti."

Take my advice: skip to the naked men

Scene 1:  A boy sleeping, dreaming that he is a wizard trying to get out of a room, but all the entrances are blocked.  I'm coming out.  I want the world to know, got to let it show. 

Next dream: a crayon factory, where he tells the board that he wants to create a clear crayon.  They scoff: there's no such color. But he insists: not everyone plays by the rules of the rainbow.  Some things are different.  You're gay, I get it.

He wants to call his new clear color fantasmas, but they insist on a singular fantasma.

Scene 2: 
 I think this is real life.  The boy, Julio, gets into the swishy Chester's uber.  Sorry, Chester's alternative to Uber.  He has his own app.  

Chester tells him that the tv must remain on at all times, and it must play Melf, about a cuddly alien living with a human family.  One of the dads looks like Julio in drag, but they appear to be played by actress Sunita Mani.  On tv, Melf states that he loves cookies and spaghetti, thus explaining the title. Maybe another dream after all?

In the next scene, the wife almost catches the husband, played by Paul Dano, making out with Melf.  They have to be more careful.  Melf insists that he tell the wife about their affair.  

Scene with the husband leaving the wife for Melf, with a deluge of newspaper headlines: "Man leaves wife for alien"; "Children left without a father!"

Scene 3:  Julio awakens, having apparently dreamed the Melf plot arc,   His assistant, a small robot named Bibi, gets into the car.  He asks for tomorrow off to get his teeth cleaned, but Julio points out that he doesn't have teeth.

Bibi shows him some letters from the landlord, marked "Urgent!"  But Julio runs away, into a dream shop, where he buys an oyster earring, even though it's cursed.  

Scene 4:
Cut to a nightclub, where a man and a woman or a drag queen are praising his earring. "This is going to be huge for you!" the woman or drag queen exclaims.  "Don't lose it!"  But Julio loses it!

He wakes up in Chester's uber, with a teacher and the woman/drag queen, Vanesja, with the J silent "like the poisonous flower."  She is his agent, but she doesn't do anything. 

Julio points out the building he's applying to live in.  They all gush -- it's nice!  But did they ask you for proof of existence?  Uh-oh, existential crisis looming.

They are a driver, a teacher, and a talent agent.  But what does Julio do?  He explains that he just Julios.  Actually, he's a consultant, using his awareness of the inner shapes of colors, letters, and numbers, like his development of a clear crayon yesterday.  

Another example:  Q comes too early in the alphabet, killing the mood in the room.  He should go on late, with the avant-garde letters X, Y, and Z.

Cut to Q, played by Steve Buscemi, on stage, singing "You're All Gonna Die" and "Your Zipper is Open, and Your Cock is Hanging Out." 

He's fired, and goes to work in a food court, where O asks him to lose the little stick thing and come to work as his assistant.  He's swamped.  And more of Q's stand-up career.  Z, played by Evan Mock, gets into the act.

Wait -- is this just going to be a lot of surreal sketches, with no plot, just the tiniest of hints that something is wrong in a real life that we never see?  Is Julio in the midst of a psychotic breakdown?  Is he dying, and seeing people from his life in a weird swirl of images?  Maybe Chester is driving him to the afterlife.

I was expecting a story about a gay guy who sees ghosts. I'm out.

Beefcake: None.

Gay Characters: Who the heck knows?

Drag Queens: The three female-presenting characters in the episode look like men in drag, but according to the IMDB they're played by women.

My grade: WTF?

So this won't be a total loss, I put nude Paul Dano and Evan Mock photos up on RG Beefcake and Boyfriends

Jun 9, 2024

Henry Licett: Mr. Handsome Venezuela, gay adult performer, singer, model, human


Link to the nude photos

Henry Licett's instagram says that he is a Venezuelan actor, model, singer, worldwide influencer, a hard worker, and "human." 

He isn't listed on the IMDB, but according to Famous Birthdays, he has worked on the telenovelas Amor a Palos and Túkiti, crecí de una.  He does not appear on the cast list of either, but maybe they were guest roles.

Famous Birthdays also tells us that Henry was born on December 12, 1987 in El Tigre, Venezuela, about six hours south and east of Caracas. He competed in Mr. Handsome Venezuela in 2005, at age 18, reaching the finals but not the top 10.  

More beauty pageants followed: Mr. Turismo Venezuela  and Mr. Turismo de las Américas.

He also works as a stripper.  In this youtube video, his show appears to have male and female viewers.

But this show is "only for women," and another is advertised as "Todo para ellas,"  "All for her."

Here he's performing at a gay club in Guatemala

I guess his bulge is open to everyone.  He's got 820,000 followers on Instagram, and 27,000 subscribers on Onlyfans.

Henry also does modeling, but here he seems to be shopping. Notice the Moschino bags.  You don't have to be gay to buy Moschino fashions, but it doesn't hurt.

The other photos all show his dick. Henry advertising one of his strip shows, on stage in a cape, in the shower, and aroused for his fans, on RG Beefcake and Boyfriends

Jun 8, 2024

Gavin Munn's Cute/Cool Photos, Part 3: A boy and his monkeys, a boy and his fish, nude bikers, and bodybuilder buds


This is a collection cute/cool photos of Gavin Munn, who plays Jonathan on Raising Dion and Abraham on The Righteous Gemstones.  He's under 18, so no beefcake or nude photos, but I may have included some of his family and friends  

1. Bodybuilder buds.

2. A boy and his Dad

3. More of Dad, on Playa Jobos, Puerto Rico.

4. A boy and his Mom

5. Dinner in Aguadilla

6. Nude cyclists

More Gavin after the break

"Geek Girl": Neurodivergent girl doesn't want to become a supermodel, but how else will she win the Boy of Her Dreams?


Netflix started me on a tv show without my permission.  I watched for five minutes before realizing that it was about friggin' horses.  Movies about horses always, 100% of the time, involve the animal dying, or even worse, being put down, while its friggin' owner sobs and sobs and tries to explain to the animal why it has to die.   F*ck the Sadness.  I need a comedy, stat.

The only comedy in the Top Ten 10 Shows in the U.S. this week is Geek Girl.  I don't even care are if it's heternormative. As long as no people, horses, or dogs have deathbed scenes, We'll start with the first episode.

Scene 1: The Geek Girl, Harriet, narrates. She is extremely famous, being photographed on a runway for "Bascar" fashions, but miserable.  She never wanted to be a model.  She wanted to be invisible, like everybody else, but now that's impossible.

Whoops, she flashes back to high school, where she trips and falls, and everyone laughs and takes pictures so they can make fun of her with their friends later.

Scene 2: High school Harriet explains that she is a geek, which a dictionary shot defines as "someone who is excessively interested in something."  Then she beats herself up for owning a dictionary. I own several, but I haven't actually looked up a word in one for a long time. 

On to soccer practice, where she is getting laughed at for her terrible playing and terrible fashion sense. 

Scene 3: Harriet shows us her school -- elegant/British, where she tries to fit in but is always laughed at.  We meet her best friend Nat, a girl, who has a horrible fashion sense yet wants to become a model.  

Next Harriet is praised by the headmaster, which results in more bullying, of course.  But don't worry "My life is about to change."

Scene 4: Morning. Harriet goes downstairs to criticize her parents for smooching.  

Down in the yard, her bud Toby (Zac Looker) is practicing his routine as a time-traveling Arthurian knight.  Could he be a gay best friend?  No such luck -- he tries to flilrt with Harriet's friend Nat, a girl, but she rejects him -- another crush that's unrequited as she moons over some jock, but in the last scene realizes that she has been in love with him all along.

The gang.  Toby on the right.  Harriet on the left, dressed like a good witch, and Nat in the middle, dressed like aa gay gremlin.  They're not on their way to a Renaissance Faire.

Scene 5: At the bus to take them to the big event.  Toby arrives first, and gets laughed at a bully named Olives, who seems to be the boyfriend of the head Mean Girl. 

Sorry, it's two bullies sharing a brain, so they're called "Olives" collectively or in British slang.  The boy is Oliver, played by James Craven.

Harriet arrives late.  No one will let her sit with them.  She falls, and gets laughed at and photographed.  Um...incessant ridicule isn't funny.  Why isn't the teacher intervening?  There's bullying training nowadays, you know.

But on the bright side, I guess, jerks Harriet and Nat ridicule and laugh at Toby.  It's bullies all the way down.

Scene 6: They're going on a field trip to London Fashion Week, where Nat hopes to be discovered by a big modeling agent. 

While Nat goes off to use the loo, Harriet is mesmerized by the Boy of Her Dreams.   He is surrounded by an army of assistants, reporters, and groupies,  he gazes in love-at-first-sight ardour, and keeps trying to turn back and look some more. Finally, the Girl of His Dreams!

But who is he?  Maybe the model in the ten-foot tall photograph advertising the "New Gen Showcase"? 

Scene 7: The Boy of Her Dreams is not listed in the episode cast on the IMDB, and wikipedia just lists the book series -- there's an entire book series!.  I finally found him in the complete cast and crew list: Nick, playd by Liam Woodrum.    He and his swishy friend Wilbur, the fashion scout who discovered him, head into makeup.

 Wilbur wants to know why he's depressed.  Well, wouldn't you be if you just saw the Girl of Your Dreams, the only person in all the world who will fill your life with ecstasy, without whom you'll be miserable forever, but she's lost in the crowd at Fashion Week, and you'll never see her again? 

More after the break

Jun 7, 2024

Hank Strong: Bodybuilder, firefighter, enforcer, leatherman, gay daddy. With some butts and dicks

Link to the nude photos

The Brooklyn-born Hank Strong (Henry Akinsaya) graduated from Xaverian Brothers High School in Westfield, Massachustts in 1998, then studied pre-law at NYU.  

He competed in some amateur bodybuilding competitions, worked as a bodyguard, and did some modeling where he had to show his abs.  

His acting career began in 2018, when he was cast as Lunkhead, enforcer for the villain Zachary Trumble. in an episode of Gotham (2018).   

Hank moved on to play more enforcers, bodybuilders, and scowling musclemen, notably, the fighter Iron Long on Ray Donovan.
He appeared in two episodes of Godfather of Harlem as Big Dick Buster. Crime lord Bumpy Johnson, a real figure from the 1960s, keeps "Big Dick" on retainer to rape men who rape black women

As a firefighter in The King of Staten Island, he takes his clothes off, of course, to bond with Pete Davidson.

In 2020, Hank played Jericho, a member of Kelvin's God Squad in Righteous Gemstones Season 2. When they threaten Keefe, he defends himself by swatting Jericho's nipple.  (Actually a courageous act, since Jericho is nearly a foot taller and 100 pounds heavier than Keefe).

More Hank after the break
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