Nelson Mandela has passed away at 95. Great life, great loss.
I am, of course, a big fan of Quinn Jaxon...who isn't? But I'm also a calendar freak. I must own 200 beefcake calendars from over the years. I especially love Patrick Mark's new shots of QCJ in his special 2014 calendar—a good (same-sex) marriage of model and photographer.
Mr. Mark's also got an inspirational No Excuses 2014 Calendar, filled with fitness models...
...and—best for last?—his 2014 MANofAUSTIN Editor's Favorites Calendar has some of the sexiest real dudes ever, after the jump...
Piers Morgan, in his latest shameless attempt to use Madonna's name to garner press for himself, has tried to explain why he hates her so much, claiming it all started at a 2001 party:
"She was just being really obnoxious, not just to me, but generally. There was only 40 of us at this dinner party and she got annoyed because Bernard Manning started being offensive and that wound her up. She was with Guy Ritchie at the time and he’d been laughing his head off… I just picked up a bread roll and chucked it at her! I hate the phony accent, the muscled arms, the stripping off in her mid-fifties… Everything about her is attention-seeking—I think her 15 minutes of superstardom has probably run its course."
When people do rude things to you and you squabble, you will know who is in the wrong or if there is gray area when you tell the story of what happened to friends. If you find it impossible to paint yourslef in a positive light, you're probably the 'hole in the situation. Here, on the record, Morgan can only muster that he felt Madonna was being "generally" obnoxious at a party in response to a comic he admits was being "offensive." Was it racist jokes? Scatological humor? Was he poking fun at Madonna herself? Regardless, he was being "offensive." So if Madonna wasn't having it, how does that make her the rude one? And in response, Morgan threw a bread roll at her, never apologized and thinks Madonna is the jerk for never having forgiven him?
Model Darius Goodworth for FU Underwear, with video after the jump...
Twenty-eight-year-old Blake McIver found his life story going viral earlier this year when it was revealed that the onetime child actor—you may remember him from The Little Rascals (1994)—had been moonlighting as a go-go boy in L.A. Something about the sexualization of innocence (remember those Olsen Twins countdown sites?) seems to fascinate the media.
I, for one, just wanted to know how the bitch wound up with such a killer head of hair.
Riding the crest of all the interest created by his story, Blake, a singer, released his single "Wish I Didn't Need You" and participated in Logo's Mr. November interstitial (he won), which allowed him to show off his dancing-honed body as well as his pipes.
He's out of the go-go circuit now, and out of the closet. I caught up with Blake to ask all the questions any self-respecting pop culture and twink fan would...
The Warwick Rowers 2014 products are here. They're scorching hot and for a good cause, so what are you waiting for?
GuySpy is launching a series called I'm a Pornstar about...guess?
Not everyone finds Dustin Lance Black and Tom Daley a hot couple.
Obamacare will survive.
Pope Francis was a club bouncer.
Johnny Weir admits he doesn't have the "strength of character" to be an activist.