Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger... boy culture: AIDS

404 posts categorized "AIDS"

Nov 19 2018
Sugar Baby Suit + Rugby Team Fights For Gay Member + China Sentences Writer To 10 Years For Gay Scenes + Locker Luck-Out + Thighs & Butts, Please + Somebody's Naked Son + MORE! — 12-PACK Comments (0)

ABOVE: You'll want to Gage his many talents.

BELOW: Keep reading for a sugar baby lawsuit, accidental locker-room nudity, someone's hot son and more ...

Read More

 
Nov 17 2018
Fleshback: Rock Hudson & Dean Paul Martin Comments (0)

Today, two very different Fleshback choices, including the gay actor Rock Hudson — the first superstar to die of AIIDS — and Dean Paul Martin:

Follow Here!

 
Nov 13 2018
Fleshback: Dack Rambo Comments (0)

Who can forget this beauty, gone too soon?

More Blasts from the Past HERE!

 
Nov 11 2018
Chris Peen + Gay Latino Suing Tucker Carlson + Rock Hudson Biopic Coming + Rick Scott Suing Mad + Trump DOES Know Whitaker + SNL's Sorry + MORE! — 12-PACK Comments (0)

ABOVE: Daddy issues.

BELOW: Trump can't stand the rain, Rick Scott wants to seize voting machines, Chris Pine's peen and more ...

Read More

 
Nov 06 2018
Happy Brad Davis Day Comments (0)

More HERE — Insta Follows Appreciated!

 
Nov 03 2018
Remembering Those Lost Comments (0)

If you haven't followed @theaidsmemorial on Instagram yet, why? It's beautiful.

 
Oct 23 2018
Yasss, Queen ... But Not Enough Freddie: A Review Of BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY Comments (0)

Br_comp_38_iv_fin8_cmykRami Malek — Oscar-bound? (Image via 20th Century Fox)

Bohemian Rhapsody is a well-made, watchable enough record of one of the most popular rock bands of all time, but it never rises above being a standard-issue biopic to become a great film imbued with the great drama of a great life.

The first clue that the film wasn't going to be the balls-out Freddie Mercury story so many were hoping for had to be the title — it's not called Mercury, after all, and that's because, as a project on which the surviving members of Queen collaborated, it's more a legacy-solidifying reminder of the band's accomplishments and a mere teaser of what may have made its dynamic lead singer tick.

In short, it's all just a bit too authorized.

Read More

 
Oct 19 2018
Parting Glance: A Review Of Yen Tan's 1985 Comments (0)

1985_still(Image via 1985)

Director Yen Tan's 1985 is a painfully fleeting remembrance of a time when HIV was a death sentence, one that often left its victims too fearful to reach out for help, even to their own families.

Read More

 
// Fix responsive height for YouTube