Archive for April 10th, 2011

April 10, 2011

Hair Ball of the Day

by Accidental Bear

beardedfellows

April 10, 2011

Thunder from Down Under, the Gayest Thing Ever

by Accidental Bear

I am so confused, these are straight men, putting on a sexy dance performance for an audience of supposedly of women? In my most “queened out” moments have never danced this gay, wore my hair this gay or gyrated my hips this gay. Help me understand.

You go, Girl ?

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Recommended for adult audiences. No full frontal nudity. Gentlemen are welcome.

Australia’s Thunder From Down Under, the internationally acclaimed male revue, is coming to San Francisco this summer! The sexy Australian imports crackle with high energy as they show off their buffed bodies to adoring fans who can’t seem to get enough of them. It will be a San Francisco bachelorette party every night! Direct from Australia, it’s Thunder from Down Under! You’ll laugh!

You’ll stare! You may even faint! These guys will give you something to write home about! Get ready to party with the hottest blokes in town.

http://www.thunderfromdownunder.com

 

April 10, 2011

PSA: How to Pee with a Boner

by Accidental Bear

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April 10, 2011

Dolly Parton Pleas for Daddy Not to Go: FLASH BACK 1968

by Accidental Bear

The Porter Wagoner Show 1968.

April 10, 2011

George, I Agree,”People aren’t so individual any more”

by Accidental Bear

Boy George is right on the money. This may be a case where, the younger gays won’t understand because they only know the “now”, but being slightly older (coughs), comparing the late 80’s and early 90’s to now, today people are homogenized. We don’t really have any Boy Georges, Cyndi Laupers,Graces Jones etc anymore, although Lady Gaga is laying down a good effort. Decades ago the youth were bursting with self expression, trying to stand out and be abnormal. Nowadays, it’s close to impossible to stick out. Did the essence of individuality peak in the late 80’s?

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Boy George: Gay Men Try to Fit In

By Advocate.com Editors

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In speaking about the brutal attack of a longtime, and flamboyant, gay friend, Boy George discussed the pressures on gay men to assimilate.

Speaking to The Guardian, George discussed how his friend Philip Sallon, recently attacked in London, was part of the outlandish New Romantic movement in the early 1980s.

“People aren’t so individual any more,” George told the newspaper. “There is this sense of why would you want to stand out and make a show of yourself?” He added: “You can find that sort of attitude in the gay community too. That if you are an exhibitionist you are somehow spoiling the big assimilation. Most gay men go out of their way to look normal and fit in, but Philip is not of that breed.”

George decried recent antigay violence in London, and said the presence of gay people on television doesn’t mean homophobia has gone away.Geao

 

April 10, 2011

Spring Has Sprung, Easter is Near; Streets of SF

by Accidental Bear

We look for the groundhog to tell us how close spring is. Here in SF the seasons and holidays can be marked by the decorated houses. Sometimes I think the city puts small traces of LCD in our drinking water.

photo by Mike Enders

April 10, 2011

Ralph Lauren Denim Safari Jacket = NO

by Accidental Bear

On so many levels this is NOT cute. The name alone should make that clear, Denim Safari Jacket. On a side not, Ralph, I’m sorry. I’m not even going to touch the subject of those sandals the model is wearing.

via Selectism

Ralph Lauren has always had an eye for true American inspired clothing. They’ve recently released their new “Rugged” Collection with a couple outerwear pieces and accessories. The “Denim Safari Jacket” was designed to have a really distressed aesthetic which gives it a somewhat 60’s styled look. The jacket features a pointed collar and button placket with RL 1967 buttons, bellow pockets at the chest,

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