Archive for January 6th, 2011

January 6, 2011

Lingerie Bowl Tries to Turn me Straight, Nice Try

by Accidental Bear

Lingerie Bowl VIII is the Other Super Bowl Halftime Show 2011

YEP I’M GAY FOR SURE!!

The Lingerie Football League’s biggest event, the 2011 Lingerie Bowl, is rapidly approaching and director Justin Schoenrock has created a new commercial for the big game. The game, which will be played at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, will air live on Pay-Per-View at halftime of the Super Bowl on Feb. 6, 2011. Scroll down to watch the commercial.

WATCH: http://vimeo.com/17710150

OMG, Im SOOOOOO GLAD TO BE GAY GAY BIG WHOPPING HOMOSEXUAL

January 6, 2011

This Gay is Saying Something, But all I can Hear is that He has No Shirt On

by Accidental Bear

My Gay Box…

Davey Wavey attempts to explain gay stereotypes and why Rosies “dyke” look reinforces lesbo hi mom’s idea of lesbians. I want SO BAD to hate this guy. But he makes me laugh ( brownie points)

Check out his other videos at:

http://www.youtube.com/user/wickydkewl

January 6, 2011

Johnny Weir Gay. Really, I’m Shocked!

by Accidental Bear

Johnny Weir Sneaks Out Of The Closet. But He’d Still Marry a Lady

Read more: http://www.queerty.com/at-last-johnny-weir-sneaks-out-of-the-closet-but-hed-still-marry-a-lady-20110106/#ixzz1AJZkQdLr

January 6, 2011

If I were FORCED to pick a Religion, It would be Buddhism

by Accidental Bear

I have never stepped foot in church except for one wedding and once on acid while in highschool did a photo shoot in a glorious church. I don’t believe in god, but Im not an atheist. Then what am I? I don’t want to wear the badge because it makes me part of “them” ; non-god believers.  Im just me, a non god believing guy that happens to be attracted to other men. Sometimes , when I’m asked if I’m gay , I pause and then reply, ” Well, yeah… I  guess I am gay.” Its confusing because the only thing that I am is me. I don’t actually think of being gay, I was born with that chip in my brain.

Searching for more out of life , trying to find more meaning to life than what my father beat into me, ” You’re born, you live ,then you get buried.” I knew there was more to my so-called life than that. In the later 90’s, one after the other I had buddhists march into my life. I read about 6 million books, bought the cute little wooden beads, practiced mediation, bought a buddha statue, took up yoga.. yadda yadda ( do people still say that?) I hit a point of over saturation and everything that made sense of life through buddhism started to drive me crazy. The whole, everything is nothing , and nothing is everything. And the one point about  NO attachment, just didn’t make sense. I was trying to connect to the world, but had to stay detached?

The most dissapointing observation was that most of my gay friends who claimed to be buddhist were all for show. They had cute little atlers in their houses and posters of Indian gods on the walls. One friend even passed out cards that said ,” Practice Compassion. ” But I knew this guy well and saw what a hypocrite he was. He played the buddha card only when it improved his status amongst certain friends or to blow up  his ego. You are told in buddhism to let go of your ego. But I have to say, every buddhist I have ever known has had the biggest ego about having no ego. Go figure. If I were to have to pick any organized religion it would be buddhism. But for now I’ll just go on being me. Maybe my father wasn’t so wrong after all. You’re born, you live you get buried, period.

A Quick “How to be Buddhist“. Do you have what it takes?

Here are the first Five Precepts. If you get stumped with these, I suggest NOT being a buddhist or pretending to be either.

  1. To avoid killing sentient beings
  2. To avoid stealing
  3. To avoid sexual misconduct
  4. To avoid lying
  5. To avoid taking intoxicants

What about SEX? What does buddhism say about that?

Most religions have rigid, elaborate rules about sexual conduct. Buddhists have the Third Precept — in PaliKamesu micchacara veramani sikkhapadam samadiyami — which is most commonly translated “Do not indulge in sexual misconduct” or “Do not misuse sex.” However, for laypeople, the early scriptures are hazy about what constitutes “sexual misconduct.” < more >

Read More Click links below

http://www.gaybuddhistsangha.org/

http://www.religioustolerance.org/hom_budd.htm


January 6, 2011

Pic of Day

by Accidental Bear

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January 6, 2011

PALM SPRINGS POLICE CHIEF RESIGNS OVER REMARKS MADE DURING STING TARGETING GAY MEN

by Accidental Bear

During my recent trip to Palm Springs we stayed in the famous Warm Sands area ( very clothing optional). Over our lovely continental breakfast we heard chatter about the police chief and his wrong doings ( I was a little distracted by my excitement that they were serving Peet’s Coffee) It seem like the shit hit the fan since our week away.

Dominguez

Palm Springs Police Chief David Dominguez resigned today over remarks he made during a sting operation targeting gay men in the city’s Warm Sands neighborhood in 2009, the Southwest Riverside News Network reports.Dominguez came under fire after a June 2009 operation in the Warm Sands neighborhood. The sting, which netted 19 arrests, was done in response to what police said were complaints about drug use, public sex and prostitution in Warm Sands. However, it drew complaints that police were targeting gay men unfairly.

During a pretrial hearing, one defendant said a police officer could be heard using a gay slur on a video recording in an undercover vehicle. An attorney for some of those arrested said Dominguez was in that particular car.

The lawyer lodged a complaint, alleging Dominguez disparaged the arrestees to his officers.

“What a bunch of filthy mother (expletive),” Dominguez allegedly said. “You guys should get paid extra for this.”

As Steve reported last week, “According to court documents, Dominguez used the phrase ‘filthy motherf**kers’ while another officer involved in the sting was overheard using the slur ‘c**ksuckers.'”

Dominguez also apologized last week, but issued this statement today: ““After careful consideration of the events surrounding the Warm Sands undercover operation, I believe this decision is in the best interest of my family, the city and the Police Department.”

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January 6, 2011

SNAP! Men Around the World Wear the Darndest Duds

by Accidental Bear

l’ll bet you 10 bucks you wont find these guys shopping at the GAP. I see a range of Haute couture ——> Goodwill .

http://changefashion.net/

January 6, 2011

Postcards from the Edge: Benefit for Visual AIDS

by Accidental Bear

Postcards From the Edge
A Benefit for Visual AIDS
Hosted by CRG Gallery
548 W 22nd St, New York

January 7-9, 2011

PREVIEW PARTY
Sneak Peek: The only opportunity to see the entire exhibition. No sales.
Friday, Jan. 7, 2011 from 6 to 8 p.m.
$85 admission includes one raffle ticket.
Admission payable at door. Participating artists attend free.
Raffle winner will select the FIRST postcard that evening. Additional raffle tickets available.
Silent Auction of small works by Larissa Bates, Nicole Eisenman, Harmony Hammond, David Humphrey and Marc Swanson. New this year, top 10 bidders of VIP Access will secure the first 10 places in line — no waiting.

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January 6, 2011

WOLFPACK IN BROOKLYN!

by Accidental Bear

January 6, 2011

Straight men kissing more

by Accidental Bear

 

We often dream of kissing our hetero counter parts. When I was a kid I would imagine if I coud freeze or pause everyone all at once what I would do to men ( I was a perv pre-teen). This is a fun read and experiment but unless you are living under the unbrella of this research project, you won’t be kissing or cuddling straight guys any time soon.

‘Sexual minorities have made tremendous cultural and legal improvements towards equality’, says Eric Anderson, of Bath University. Photograph: Pascal Le Segretain/Corbis

Don’t try this at home.

Why are more and more straight men locking lips in public – and does it mean the end of homophobia? (NO)

When two students asked Eric Anderson, a sociology lecturer at Bath University’s department of education, if he had heard of the game “gay chicken”, he shook his head. “I had no clue what it was,” he says. “So they showed me.” The students – both men – went in to kiss each other.

“The challenge was that whoever pulled out first was the loser,” Anderson explains. “But because men are no longer afraid of this, they ended up kissing.” Anderson was inspired to carry out a new researchproject.

Growing up in the US, Anderson did his PhD on “the intersection of sport, masculinities and declining homophobia” after coming out at 25.

read more : click

 

 

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