A cute little story, Crazy Farang!, that asks what is love? Is it 1,000 baht? And then notes that “farang never understand important things because they only understand things with their heads and everything had to have ‘facts’, which meant they can never see or understand the important things of the soul or of the heart.” Ouch!
OUT magazine has a pictorial trip down memory lane from when Channing Tatum got his gay on for a Valentine-themed spread for the magazine. Which just proves I was right about his lack of acting skills.
It’s difficult to spend much time in Chiang Mai without becoming aware of the Night Safari. Not that I’ve ever bothered, there are better things to do with your nights in Thailand. But I recently discovered part of that attraction includes a ladyboy show. And the idea of ladyboys at a zoo is just too delicious to ignore. Other than a few rude comments elsewhere, this is the best link I could find – it’s not much, but is enough to stick in my to-do file for my next visit.
Dr. Dong, a urologist in Yichang City, China, recently made the news for treating a middle-aged man who’d decided he had a better use for the neighborhood children’s jump rope.
The web addy Strong Sexy Proud Asian Men, this week’s NSFW Tumblr link, sounded like it would be filled with hot guys who’d make the non-Asian men of the world jealous. Its title, however, comes up as Hot Gay Asians. Which ain’t a bad theme either.
I’m guessing this just over one minute long clip is a movie trailer. Or one of those montages some fan set to music. Not that it matters, you’ll still enjoy the visuals of REC.
There’ll be a lot of licking going on now that Finland has issued a postal stamp honoring the erotic stylings of Tom of Finland. But for you leather queens past your prime, you may want to check out these DIY Tom of Finland cross-stitch kits instead. Which will undoubtedly give a whole new meaning to ‘handcrafted’.
2011’s Lost In Paradise (originally titled Rebellious Hot Boy and the Story of Cuoi, the Prostitute and the Duck) is first film from Vietnam to depict homosexual love both explicitly and in a positive light. Set in Ho Chi Minh City, the movie has two separate story lines. The first depicts a love triangle between three men, Khôi, Lam, and Ðông, amidst a backdrop of male prostitution (the second explains that duck). The minute and a half trailer will give you an idea of what the movie holds in store for viewers, and this four minute montage set to music has a lot of the good stuff. You can find the entire movie for download on YouTube by searching for Hotboy Noi Loan
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