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Indelibly touching: President Obama's Charleston eulogy + “Amazing Grace.”
The White House is lit up like a rainbow to acknowledge marriage equality victory.
President Obama called marriage-equality litigant to congratulate him.
Incredible live reaction at SCOTUS to ruling.
GLAAD's triumphant response to the ruling.
Scalia's dissent is chock-full of zingers. Calm down, fatty.
Chief Justice Roberts read his whiny dissent out loud.
VP Joe Biden is freakin' happy over marriage-equality ruling.
Everyone from Hillary Clinton to Harry Styles cheers the ruling.
Proud to celebrate a historic victory for marriage equality—& the courage & determination of LGBT Americans who made it possible. -H— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) June 26, 2015
Rightie S.E. Cupp cries while saying her party needs to evolve on marriage.
How SCOTUS decisions are affecting people of color.
Amazing The Jam exhibition in London.
Margaret Cho's Bernie Sanders crush.
Racist monster Donald Trump dick-tates pissy note.
Jimmy Fallon's serious at-home injury.
Teen Beach Movie 2 ends with a twist.
New show about safeguarding your personal security.
Celebs' famous last words.
Will WeHo's Studio One be unceremoniously razed?
Dancing Brazilian brothers shake it, nearly break it.
SUPER hot, furry dude in a skimpy Speedo.
Chris Pratt still looks FOIN.
This is the latest in a series of posts by The Underwear Expert.
Jay Darko is 24-years old, buff, beautiful, and teamm8’s M8 Of The Month for June. The Australian native is from Queensland, but his striking looks are actually attributed to his Croatian heritage. That, and his muscles. Like previous M8s, Jay Darko is all about body-building. His muscles give us more bulges than we can handle, especially when he’s photographed by Russell Fleming—wearing nothing but classic teamm8 briefs.
Aside from his gorgeous looks, Jay Darko was named June’s M8 Of The Month for his limitless ability to aspire. He’s currently working for Chadwick Models based in Sydney, but he once turned down an opportunity with EMG Models in New York. Instead, he chose to finished his degree in Project Management. But the number one thing he manages has got to be his demigod physique.
Jay Darko wears the MATE Brief and Super Low Brief in his photoshoot for teamm8, and nothing else, because hotter-than-hell bodies need to breathe. No hi-def is required to make out his chest, abs, and one hell of a sexy V at his waist. You can also tell he never skips leg day, especially when he’s in his teamm8 briefs. His face is also super pretty, which never hurts.
You can see more of Jay Darko on The Underwear Expert.
Dozens of photos in the gallery above!
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A reader contacted me on Grindr on Sunday morning to say:
I skipped Broadway Bares last year after getting reamed for taking photos at a Solo Strips, but returned Sunday for Broadway Bares 25: Top Bottoms of Burlesque, the silver-anniversary installment of Jerry Mitchell's unfortunately-still-necessary AIDS charity show that rounds up as many hot and talented chorus boys and girls from Broadway and Broadway-adjacent (and a few who just have roommates on Broadway) to put on a one-night only, two-times only, razzle-dazzle-'em-at-any-cost show.
I decided to go back because I missed the good time and knew the dancers always seem to like having photos to share, people affiliated with the show “like” them on Instagram, etc. Where we stood, everyone around us had their phones out. I think the rule about photos is a misguided fear that it will bite into the show's revenues. In reality, since it's a show that happens once a year, seeing photos from it just encourages people to come the following year, and/or to seek out the merch. I have had a lot of readers say they now travel in for the show thanks to the photos I've posted. So hopefully it helps.
You would think this year's title would mean it was going to be 100% up my alley (I am the original ASSMAN), but I found it to have no more or less tail than past editions, save for its hilariously sexy opening—the curtain lifted to just above waist-level to reveal a bevy of dimpled booties peeking out at the crowd. It was not unlike waving a turkey at a bunch of starving bums on Thanksgiving and saucily asking, “White meat or dark?”
Directed by Jerry Mitchell and Nick Kenkel, who choreographed it with Laya Barak, Jim Cooney, Armando Farfan Jr., Peter Gregus, Ryan Lyons, Brice Mousset, Rachelle Rak, Michael Lee Scott, Kellen Stancil and Sidney Erik Wright, the show loosely followed the travails of a wannabe played by Nick Adams, he of the Mario Lopez-threatening biceps.
Adams starts out too shy to be a stripper, but luckily falls in with the wrong crowd and everything works (and comes) out in the end.
Along the way, the show included 11 tight numbers (it felt super fast this go-round, and I hated the Hammerstein venue as compared to the more spacious and now vanished Roseland), often takes on classic show tunes, always ending with a little more nudity than you might encounter in a locker room.
“Take It from the Top” was a sterling opener starring Harvey Fierstein and Callan Bergmann, a one-time Mr. Broadway, the latter of which as a great opener. Bergmann's were choice cheeks to inaugurate a buns-hun show, and he was one of the performers who really shone this year.
The single best Matt Bomer butt post you'll ever see is here.
This is the latest in a series of posts by The Underwear Expert.
Blue Code is an essentials brand based in Barcelona, committed to producing elegant, simple designs. Their looks take a minimalist approach that’s all about self-confidence. With flattering fits and bold colors, Blue Code reaches a harmony between masculinity and freedom. Model Chema Trezze is photographed by Sergi Jasanada in the current collection of Blue Code swimwear. The photoshoot shows just how harmonious a refined design can be, and why Blue Code is the perfect summer style for any pool party.
The Contrast Stitching Swim Brief has a contemporary square-cut silhouette, and is designed with the boldest accent of any Blue Code swimwear design. Sergi models the pair in blue. A contrasting white trim runs around either leg for an athletic touch, but the real kicker is an off-center drawstring. Also in contrasting white, the drawstring is placed on the left hip for a head-turning design. The Contrast Stitching Swim Brief is also designed with rear and front seams for a sexier fit.
Unlike other Blue Code swimwear designs, the Mini Board Short does away with a body-contouring fit for something even sportier and more reserved. Sergi models the white Mini Board Short. It’s the most full-coverage style he wears, but still has higher cut legs for a modern edge. It’s not quite a square-cut, but still “mini” enough to be more fashionable than common board shorts. Because if you’re classy enough to swim in a rooftop pool like Sergi, you better back that up with impeccable design – and not to mention, a confident air about you.
You can see more of this photo shoot on The Underwear Expert.
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