Related Searches:boys cam underage boy gay 12 year bondage Pre teen gay Pre-teen preteen gay boys NAKED BOY VIDEOS young boys naked young boys
Search Results for: -1
OH SNAP — We miss certain celebrities when their movie projects are no longer on our radar, and they slip into invisibility. Thankfully Brandon Routh has eight projects in various stages of production.Read the rest of Even Without the Lyrca, Brandon Routh is Still Dreamy Permalink | 2 comments | Add to del.icio.us Tagged: Brandon Routh, Oh Snap
Our new favorite person on The Real World: Brooklyn? Ryan. He’s the straight Iraqi veteran who’s taken a keen interest in all things Katelynn, the MTF transgender roommate, who until last night’s episode had come out to everyone but the straight guys (and Devon, but that got taken care of too). But then Ryan approached [...]
"I am in very good health," says former Met and Blue Jays second baseman Roberto Alomar. Interesting words coming from a man who was just slapped with a $15 million lawsuit by his ex-girlfriend that claims he had unprotected sex with her while infected with AIDS.Read the rest of Did a HIV-Positive Roberto Alomar Put [...]
Well, there’s only two more days to Valentine’s Day, and you know what that means! It’s flower time for lots of people. If you’re looking for a flower or a gift for someone special then please don’t forget one of QF’s sponsors: Chase Flower Shop. They are located in the Tower District, they do offer [...]
Vagina Monologues 2009 Transgender Piece Included! Saturday, February 14 @ 7:00pm Sunday, February ebruary 15 @ 7:00pm Doors Open at 6:00pm Fresno State Satellite Student Union Students $5 – General Public $10 Click on Flyer for More Info
http://www.towleroad.com/2009/02/san-diego-theat.html (I picked this up off of the ever topical Towlerload)
Ion Theater, a small company in San Diego, has packed up and moved out of its space in protest of their landlord's hefty donations to Proposition 8:
” Last year, company Chairman Terrence R. Caster – whose company owns the A-1 Self Storage network as well as the Stadium Industrial Park where Ion was located – gave nearly $700,000 in support of Proposition 8. The initiative passed Nov. 4. 'We don't mean him any malice; we don't mean him any harm,' Ion executive artistic director Claudio Raygoza said of Caster. 'We understand he was expressing his rights as a citizen in a democracy.' But, Raygoza added, 'We couldn't sleep at night knowing we were funneling money to an organization that was seeking aggressively to prohibit people's rights.' The five-year-old Ion is known for its strong emphasis on diversity and inclusion in its programming; Paris and Raygoza, the company's founders, are also partners in life. Raygoza said the two didn't realize until late last year that the theater's landlord was one of Proposition 8's biggest financial backers. Caster became the target of a heated campaign by the gay community after his donations and those of family members were publicized.”
The company is now looking for a permanent home.
To which I say, right on. The reactions from the commenters from the originally sourced article further indicate the obliviousness and the general purpose apathy some (can we assume it to be the majority?) display. “Proposition 8 is over and you lost, deal with it.” This level of calousness should not be suprising, this eagerness to disconnect from the human comparibility of this situation same sex couples find themselves in should not be shocking. But it invariably is.
The supposition that “the People have spoken” and the inclination to hide behind religious doctrine does little to assauge the insufficient, unjust decision made to disrupt thousands of California couples is wrongheaded and frankly anti-democratic. As though the will of the people was somehow an ineffable, unbiased entity. I submit that its entirely possible the will of the people can be wrong and through that can infringe the rights of less empowered minority groups due to such essentialist biases.
In the case of the Ion Theatre group, this action, though subtle is a tremendous display. As American citizens and consumers, there are two distinct ways to make our voices heard; our dollar and our vote. Ion Theatre group's decision not to patronize an orginzation that as they put it was “funneling money to an orginization that was seeking agressivley to prohibit people's rights”, is entirely within their own rights as informed consumers. Boycotting is a very useful part of the civil rights process, and one that was put to impressive effect here. The fact that naysayers want us to “get over it” and ”move on” is more evidence that the proverbial apple cart is still in need of more upset. What Proposition 8 has taught me is that the Religious right is not mutually exclusive with the moral high ground. In this instance, scriptural plattitudes aren't enough to justify the eagerness to limit the rights of others. We've got the moral high ground and the tactful actions of the Ion Theatre group in this case has further ensured we keep it.
The joint media release from Marriage Equality USA and the San Diego Equality Campaign began as follows:
Local same-sex couples will request marriage licenses at the County Clerk’s Office on National Freedom to Marry Day, as part of a planned action co-sponsored by Marriage Equality USA San Diego (MEUSASD) and the San Diego Equality Campaign (SDEC).
We’ll, not exactly.
Meet San Diego’s genderqueer couple who were the only San Diego couple to take vows in front of the San Diego County Administration Building complex this morning as part of the National Freedom to Marry Day — Missy Luber and Connor Green.
Missy identifies by male, female, and gender neutral pronouns. Ze and partner Connor Green (Connor identifying as male, and “somewhere between transgender and genderqueer”) recently moved from the Pacific Northwest down to San Diego, and decided to participate in San Diego’s National Freedom to Marry Day event by attempting to obtain a marriage license from the San Diego County Clerk. As expected, their licence request was turned down as a result of Proposition 8.
But, Missy and Connor decided to have a ceremony on the courthouse steps anyway. The ceremony officiant was Sara Beth Brooks, the Executive Chair of the San Diego Equality Campaign. Sara Beth publicly identifies as a bisexual.
Many of us tend to believe that same sex marriage is just an issue reserved for the lesbian and gay subcommunities of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community. This really isn’t true. Not only do bisexual and transgender people work towards marriage equality for lesbian and gay people, but they work on marriage equality issues for themselves as well.
We need to remember that bisexual people often would like to marry their same sex partners, as well as that a significant portion of people who identify as transsexual, genderqueer, and/or transgender want to marry partners that their home state considers a same sex partner.
During this Marriage Equality Week, take a moment to consider — to remember — marriage equality is more than just a lesbian and gay issue. Marriage equality is an issue that applies to the entire, broad LGBT community, and sometimes the people who are in the front of the room fighting for marriage equality aren’t lesbian and gay people, but they are often still LGBT community people — such as was the case here in San Diego today.
* Blogswarm for Freedom to Marry Week
* A Look At The Grassroots: Interview Of San Diego Equality Campaign’s Sara Beth Brooks
* Another Look At The Grassroots: An Interview Of Danielle Askini
* Marriage Equality Beyond Just Gays And Lesbians
* Taking A Short Break To Think About Freedom To Marry
* Writing A Toast; Being A Maid Of Honor
* Coming out transgender in same-sex relationships
Surf over to read Bil Browning’s piece “Keeping whites and colors separate: The ‘U-Washee‘” over at The Bilerico Project. The image at right is just one of several signs up at an Indiana laundromat.
Racism is ingrained in the Midwest; we’ve normalized it. Take, for example, my earlier post on Tony Zirkle, the Hoosier Republican congressional candidate who spoke at a dinner honoring Hitler’s birthday. (He also publicly advocated for racial segregation.) Zirkle lost, of course, but the fact that he had no problem publicly stating his racism - without thinking that others would object - shows just how commonplace overt racism can be here.
One of the best examples is the “U-Washee” in Richmond, Indiana. The laundromat is, literally, built on racist stereotypes of Chinese people and no one gives it a passing glance. It’s 1940′s era cartoon stereotype mascot, what Margaret Cho calls “feng shui hong kong fooey font,” and the extra “ee”s at the end of words in the business’s name and posted notices all combine to form one hellish timewarp into a past America most areas have forgotten but we tend to accept as typical – and no one utters a peep.
…The reader who sent in these photos described his encounter at the laundromat. While he was taking the pictures, another customer walked up to him to ask, “You’re not from around here, are you?” It wasn’t meant in a threatening manner, but more of a bemused “Well, this is Indiana…” general excuse.
Of course we saw plenty of racist imagery during the last election cycle — apparently none of the people who came up with this garbage had a second thought about whether it was offensive:
The election exposed what a sad state of affairs and denial our country is in when it comes to race. Don’t get me wrong — I never thought I’d live to see a black man elected POTUS, but I don’t think this sort of progress has changed minds like those of the proprietor of the Indiana laundromat, who didn’t think anyone might be offended by the Asian stereotypes hanging on the wall. The fact is there are parts of the country — and it’s not restricted to the boonies — where people of different races (and classes, for that matter), mingle socially. Because of anti-discrimination laws, most people today encounter and work with POC, but socially, not so much. Clearly if the owner of the laundromat was close friends with someone Asian, those signs wouldn’t be up there.
Part of Bil’s reference to “normalized” racism in the Midwest is due to the social divide; how many of you have truly diverse social circles? It takes effort and desire to expand your life experience by being socially inclusive; quite frankly associating with people who are more like you than less like you is the default of the majority of us. Is it lazy? Yes, but obviously the path of least resistance is human nature. What disturbs me is the lack of curiosity I’ve seen in too many people; they don’t see learning about and learning from people from a different culture or race on a personal level has value for them. Staying in a comfort zone of homogeneity clearly has more value.
How do we own up to and fight our natural impulses in order to better ourselves — and our country? Can we rid society of the scourge of racism?
Several LGBT & allied student groups at Portland State University have put together what’s shaping up to be a fantastic day of trans-specific events this Mondayt groups at Portland State University have put together what’s shaping up to be a fantastic day of trans-specific events this Monday, February 16th. Â The best part? Â The day’s activities, titled “F to eMbody,” are free and open to the public! Â Â Here are all the details:Â Workshop“A workshop that emphasizes how deeply [...]
This post come from Bill Michtom – dedicated volunteer in our Portland office.
Give children a voice in the legislature by taking part in Stand for Children’s Presidents Day Rally to Protect Kids and Schools.
Sky diving and base jumping are not for everyone. However, for certain people, the more risk and adrenaline involved in an activity, the better! What draws some people to daredevil behavior while others shy away from it? Psychologists Jane E. Joseph, Xun Liu, Yang Jiang and Thomas H. Kelly from the University of Kentucky, along [...]
The king closely watched the spectacle, paying particular attention to Davidius′ penis. He was hoping his teen boys still had feelings for her. He soon had nudist teen boys answer.
"Get away from me, you cow!" Davidius swung his belly forward trying to cast Lyzelma aside. "You are just a silly woman. You′ll believe anything. Did you really think teen boys in underwear could trust a man who has forced us to toil like slaves all our lives? What did you think we were fighting for?"
"Please, please my love. You must believe me. I gay teen boys fucking us to be together pre teen boys naked I was blind. You must forgive me Davidi… (more…)
Ted insisted he was straight, but Alan said otherwise. Alan had a convincing argument, especially since Ted visited every evening after work teen flexing boys fucked teen boys pics like teen boys sucking cock schoolboy. "You think a nellie boy can fuck you like this?" Ted said hairy teen boys fucking Alan over a coffee table. "No sir," was Alan’s usual reply. Ted had a weird gig going. It wasn’t a daddy fetish, and it wasn’t a discipline fetish in the gay teen boys fucking sense of S&M. It was more like an obedient fetish. He liked to feel power over Alan, and since Alan liked being passive when it came to sex it was a perfect match. "Only you teen boys fucked like this," Ted would hiss, "because you’re my personal fuckho… (more…)
by his side. Taking teen boys in love on her, he accepted it. Her smile of gladness and gratitude was his reward. "You put it under your pillow…"
"And teen boys shirtless " the woman on the end added quickly.
"Oh, my yes, don′t forget that, " the third woman agreed, blushing free teen boys video Matthews turned his eyes toward her.
"What do teen boys sucking wish?" Matthews asked.
"You ask it to show you your heart′s desire…"
Napoleon, he thought, a far away look in his eyes.
"And hairy teen boys put it under your pillow…" the third woman butted in once more in eager tones.
"Yes, Yolanda. She′s right, Mr. Matthews, you put it under your pillow and teen boys night, you′ll dream a special… (more…)
The day seems to have no end when one is in the solitary cell… Young lad is suppressed now but he sees two lads in black uniform walk into the cell. Actually naughty man doesn’t know what they guys need but very soon he understands that the only reason why naughty gays have come to him is the desire to fuck his mouth. Perhaps can forced gay refuse? He just has to demonstrate his love for cocksucking. There’s certainly nothing like gay domination and gay humiliation… You got to watch these hot porn videos featuring naughty gays fuck obedient prisoner’s mouth in turn, because they’re really worth while watching.
It’s high time for you to watch one of the hottest forced gay sex stories you ever seen. Two horny lads with big dicks walk into the one-man cell with the only purpose to fuck sexy guy’s mouth like there’s no tomorrow. Although shocked man is forced to be gay, he can’t stand the temptation of sucking and rubbing horny prisoners’ juicy dicks well. I know for real that it’s the wildest forced gay cocksucking horny man ever performed and both of naughty violators feel on cloud seven while being pleasured this way. Check out one of the hottest forced gay sex stories and enjoy watching sinful fellows fuck timid lad’s mouth in fits of unbound lust
It’s actually fucking nice to witness naughty prison guards fuck the shit out of submissive lad who is forced to be gay. Without any useless words or explanations naughty fellows walk into the solitary cell, ready to fuck guy’s mouth and ass. As soon as lustful guards expose their juicy cocks, horny gay sucks on them to demonstrate his skills of giving blowjobs. Hot gays moan and sigh while being blowjobbed on forced gay sex videos of your dreams. Soon the temptation of making obedient prisoner ride them all over becomes too difficult to resist. Yeah, forced gay feels on cloud seven while getting his tight asshole fucked by gay guards.
Fucking horny prison guards find the idea of making sex with one of the prisoners rather nice to try right on forced gay porn videos now. Hothead fellows in black uniform make up their minds to start with stuffing guy’s mouth with their cocks in turn. When prison gay guards’ dicks turn completely hard, they simply force horny buddy to ride them all over on forced gay porn. Me personally I have never seen anything hotter than this forced gay porn and I know for sure that you will also love to watch it right here right now. Moreover, you will drop a load as soon as you’re through with witnessing horny forced gay get his all holes fucked well.
I can’t think of a better way to start a weekend than watching some free videos of the hot straight boys at Broke Straight Boys. Every day they find hot boys in need of cash and film them sucking, fucking, and jerking off for the first time on camera.
FREE BROKE STRAIGHT BOYS VIDEO GALLERIES
The two latest straight boys at Broke Straight Boys are hot as fuck. Axel is 21, straight, and currently likes to play the field by not having a girlfriend. Ace is also 21, straight, and recently broke up with his girlfriend. He really hasn’t been having sex with any girls since the recent breakup. So, what do two hot straight boys that are not having luck with the ladies do when they need some quick cash? They do what 100’s of other straight boys have done in the past; show up at the Broke Straight Boys studio and do whatever it takes to make some quick cash.
The offer was $500 if each of them would suck the other one off. It was finally settled that Ace would give the first straight boy blow job in the shoot. Just like all the hot straight boys at Broke Straight Boys, these guys were nervous as fuck in front of the camera. It didn’t take long before Ace’s mouth was devouring Axel’s cock, and to Axel’s amazement; he was enjoying every moment of it. When it was Axel’s turn to suck Ace’s straight boy cock, it was pretty much the same result. Both of these guys felt real good getting a blow job from another straight boy. These hot straight boys found out that guys really do give the best blow jobs.