Posts tagged ‘Sydney’

August 25, 2011

Melbourne, AZ: The Beards & Gay Paris

by Accidental Bear
The Beards and Gay Paris

These two bands go together like a pot and a parma, but more importantly you’re unlikely to spot finer chin topiary anywhere in this city Head down to Northcote Social Club on Friday, to catch Adelaide’s The Beards pulling tunes from their third fuzz-promoting album – which spawned the smash hit ‘You Should Consider Having Sex With a Bearded Man’.

Sydney’s shadowy Gay Paris, meanwhile, sport the sort of beards that should be twirled thoughtfully while contemplating a broken string – and make sartorial elegance seem like something you should put in your pipe and smoke.

Time Out cornered both bands for their favourite gentlemanly haunts in Melbourne. MORE

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March 11, 2011

Allegedly Straight men kiss responding to Sydney Christian Democrat candidate Peter Madden

by Accidental Bear

One they were probably drunk, two straight guys are just horny ( as well as queers). We all have wet dreams of making out with the football team ( the whole team, go big or go home), firemen and most all straight guys. But in “real life” there are intentions behind straight men locking lips.

Why Were All These Straight Dudes Making Out At Sydney Mardis Gras?

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Why Were All These Straight Dudes Making Out At Sydney Mardis Gras?

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These straight boys (and straight girls) were locking lips — “pashing,” as Aussies call it — over the weekend at Sydney’s Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras weren’t just experimenting with their sexuality. They were responding to Sydney Christian Democrats candidate Peter Madden, who released the YouTube videos below where he railed against the disgusting sex-obsessed, drug-fueled behavior he claims to have personally witnessed at Mardi Gras, where the “immoral” gays are recruiting kids. Were it not for Madden, says the Pash Protest organizer (and TV presenter by trade) Danny Clayton, he never would’ve had the chance to show off heteros popping their same-sex kiss cherry. via Queerty


Read more: http://www.queerty.com/why-were-all-these-straight-dudes-making-out-at-sydney-mardis-gras-20110311/#ixzz1GJ7dDBVc

February 19, 2011

AussieBum-Bum Benefits Bears’ Charity; Muffin Tops Welcome

by Accidental Bear

To answer the age old question BOXERS or BRIEFS. I have been accused of wearing what is called old man undies. Let me explain. I am thrifty by nature and turned off by expensive underwear ( Ohhh I think that could be a new Bravo Show). I am a fan of a 5-pack of Fruit of the Loom or Hanes ( How do you keep your hands off me, beats me!) assorted plaid boxers, in big boy sizes. On a side note I’m all about a good cause or what I like to call “D0-Gooders”. So, thank you AussieBum for representing” the Bear” and non-Bear big boys.

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VIA thecompletebear.com

Sydney, Australia

Australia’s largest bear club, Sydney’s Harbour City Bears (HCB) have teamed up with the iconic Australian underwear brand aussieBum to raise money for charity.

AussieBum has manufactured a limited edition pair of Bear Essentials underwear which will be sold by HCB to benefit their charity Inspire, during their upcoming Bear Essentials festival – a part of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.

Only 250 pairs of the underwear, which feature the Bear Essentials 2011 branding designed by Melbourne artist Grant Cook, have been produced. They will sell for $39.95 AUD in sizes ranging from small to extra-large, with all profits going to youth mental health charity Inspire.

HCB Vice President, Richard Moore, says: “We’re excited to working with aussieBum to benefit such a great charity as Inspire, who do fantastic work with young people.”

“We encourage the guys in Sydney for Bear Essentials to support the cause and purchase the underwear from our stall at Mardi Gras Fair day during the Bear Essentials Festival launch.”

“Plus they make a great memento of Bear Essentials and great gifts for people back home.”

www.bearessentials.com.au

www.aussiebum.com.au

www.inspire.org.au

Photo by Ann-Marie Calilhanna, courtesy of the Sydney Star Observer.www.starobserver.com.au