Archive for April 14th, 2011

April 14, 2011

All Eyes on John Arsenault Photography

by Accidental Bear

True art, provokes emotion and thought. John Arsenault’s photography accomplishes just that. I am caught in a moment of curiosity, envy and touching base with sexual cravings.

John Arsenault Photography

Inquiries & Bio


Gallery Representation

ClampArt Gallery NYC


Commissioned Work

i2i photography

contact: Frank Parvis


John Arsenault
b. 1971

April 14, 2011

Hair Balls of the Day

by Accidental Bear

John Arsenault Photography

April 14, 2011

Short Sleeved Sweatshirt a Flashback to Rocky Balboa

by Accidental Bear

A throw back to the mid 80’s when Rocky Balboa rule the movie screen. I sat there in my green sweat shirt, cut off sleeves, and cropped to the belly button, praying for Adrienne to make out with Rocky. These short sleeved sweatshirts are obviously flooding me with memories of the 80s. Not sure if will be able to sport this look again.


Three Over One Short Sleeved Sweatshirt

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A perennial summer contender, the short sleeved sweatshirt is back again and this is the time we think it’s gonna break through the barrier. The colour might be a little off putting to some folks, but just call it washed red instead of pink and you’ll be fine. (ASOS)

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April 14, 2011

Mjolk; Modern Day Peter Pan Looks/ Winter 2011

by Accidental Bear

This collection is for a modern day Peter Pan. I am dying to find or make an occasion to wear red pants, pink jacket combo. This is my introduction to Mjolk, but I am now all ears. I must confess that this may be a gratuitous moment to post a ginger model. Don’t hate , congratulate. Gingers unite! 

Mjolk Autumn/Winter 2011 Looks

via Selectism 

Following up on the Mjolk video shown recently, we bring you styled looks from their forthcoming Autumn/Winter 2011 collection. The collection features some of the more interesting knits for the season. While slightly oversized, they fall “flat” on the body, like many of the collection’s tops (standouts shown above). Trousers run the range with drop crotch and fitted looks that should work for most. (cqc)

April 14, 2011

“Can You Hear Me Now?” Guy, is Queer and Talks

by Accidental Bear

A frickin’ 9 year contract, that’s insane. I actually didn’t assume he was gay from the Verizon adds. I thought maybe he was just one of those sensitive, straight hipster types. Now that I know, I am curious what he has to say. He mentions that his contract made it impossible to report  homophobia. I’m dying to know where this homophobia occurred that he talks of. Inquiring minds want to know. Can YOU, hear me now?


“Can You Hear Me Now?”

By Editors


Paul Marcarelli, the gay actor known for years as the Verizon “Test Man,” is finally free to talk, now that his restrictive nine-year contract with the company is nearing an end.

The Huffington Post reports on an interview Marcarelli gave to The Atlantic.

“His silence, he told The Atlantic, was more or less required as part of his contract with Verizon,” reports HuffPo. “Since the company has informed him that the curtain will soon fall on the ‘Test Man’ character, Marcarelli now feels comfortable speaking about the role.”

April 14, 2011

OUT Magazine’s Top 50 Power Gays

by Accidental Bear

Maybe I’ll make the list next year! Here are my 5 pics from the list as stand outs in my mind, that makes differences in my world: SUZE ORMANDAN SAVAGERACHEL MADDOWBARNEY FRANKELLEN DEGENERES

Fifth Annual Power 50 The Most Influential Gays and Lesbians in America. Click to move to next slide.


April 14, 2011

Couldn’t Ask for a Better Cheerleader for Gays than Ben Cohen

by Accidental Bear

Why does Ben Cohen care so much about the gays? Ben gives me hope that people do have hearts of gold and unconditional love. Ben sticks his neck out for the gays (again) and has contributed more to the gay community than most of the gays I know put together. I would like to thank his mom and dad, they obviously did something right.


Ben Cohen is Disappointed in Kobe

By Editors


Rugby star and gay rights advocate Ben Cohen says he’s disappointed in Kobe Bryant’s use of an antigay slur during Tuesday night’s Lakers game, and he wants a real apology from the basketball star.

“It is disappointing to see this,” Cohen said Wednesday in a statement. “As a professional athlete and rugby World Cup champion, I understand the heat and passion of competition at the highest levels. But we must all remember that strong bodies must be balanced with strong characters, and works toward that end. Our positions as role models demand it.”

Last month, Cohen kicked off a series of events called “Beer With Ben,” a tour of different pubs throughout the states to raise awareness in the fight against homophobia and raise money for the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network.

The Ben Cohen Acceptance Tour will visit Atlanta, New York, Seattle, and Washington, D.C.


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