This is a stunning outdoor scene shot and lit perfectly highlighting the chiseled body of the Adonis Kris Evans as he takes turns topping Jean Daniel and Adam bareback in an explosive scene that ends with epic cum shots that BelAmi is known for. As Kris Evans, Adam Archuleta and Jean-Daniel have fantastically toned bodies we decided to showcase their physiques as intro to the action where you can see the guys flexing and showing off at the same beautiful outdoor location where the 24 model bareback orgy was filmed last year. If anything is worthy enough to follow ...
In no universe that will ever exist should fried chicken look like this.But y'know something, it tastes pretty damn ok. Nevermind that the batter part comes off in one piece and you can kind of put it back on like a little helmet.So I'm going to go eat this meal while you all get excited thinking about how I'd be in my own damn cooking show. Pro Tip #1: Drink your orange juice out of a free wine glass so you can pretend you're not still in your underwear. ...
Nine moons in this flat hot city. Working with a team of overachievers tired from the onslaught of a relentless jet lag. We all got sorta accidentally to fill hurriedly vacated gaps and always maintain the allurid professional continuum. This project tested our inner marathoner and mostly our flexible accommodating self. Brief commitments hardly woa calendar entry accumulated slowly to a tra formative effort. Joshua Cactus
Gay Israeli in America
A family that (presumably) supports NOM walking toward a dead-end that ultimately culminates in an insurmountable ocean? It seems that the National Organization For Marriage has finally found the perfect image to "meme" their go-nowhere cause that's built, as it is, on exclusion and discrimination:
But don't worry/ You're not lost forever, stock photo family (and especially children). Once you realize NOM has duped you with this myopic view of the world and its people, you can turn around and join all the rest of us on the firm ground of equality.
From yesterday's anti-gay rally in Little Rock, Arkansas. Speaker is reality TV personality Josh Duggar:
Um, Josh, when the Duggar family population swells large enough to form a sovereign nation, then you all can enact laws and ignore courts. But as long as you live in the United States of America, your votes on the civil rights of a minority population will, in fact, be met with court scrutiny.Put into reality TV terms: You all can do whatever you want for the reality show cameras, but TLC can then step in and edit out what does not comply with network standards. ...
MassResistance, the anti-LGBT organization that has only seen LGBT rights grow in the Bay State the more they try to stop them, is now targeting Citizens Bank, Liberty Mutual Insurance, Staples, and CVS Health. These companies' major crime? Simply sponsoring the Human Rights' Campaign's Boston dinner.
Here is MassResistance's angry missive:
I'm not sure who, exactly, MassResistance's leaders think they are. But I guess I have to applaud them for adopting a moxy that far exceeds their political positioning and chances of success.
I just wonder what's next for the tiny organization. Demanding McDonald's stop selling hamburgers, perhaps?
In a National Review Online commentary, Brian Brown, president of he deeply debt-ridden National Organization For Marriage, repeats his call for conservative Kansas governor Sam Brownback to just up and ignore court rulings, and stop same-sex couples from marrying in his state:
While voters may be helpless to do anything, states are not. It’s time for states to push back and put a stop to this unconstitutional usurpation of their right to define marriage. This push should start with Kansas.
Governor Sam Brownback has been a staunch defender of marriage. More than that, he’s a staunch defender of the voters of his ...
Sixteen civil magistrates have reportedly chosen to quit their jobs rather than perform their duties—the very same duties they perform for any other straight couple, free from any "morality" tests—rather than serve same-sex couples:
NORTH CAROLINA: 16 Magistrates Have Now Quit Over Same-Sex Marriage [J.M.G.]
When grown adults choose to resign rather than fairly and peacefully accommodate their taxpaying neighbors, there is really only one thing to say: Bye.
Noting that his decision might not be popular with all but that civil rights are not a popularity contest, US District Judge Brian Morris (who once served as a Supreme Court clerk for very conservative Chief Justice William Rehnquist) today brought Montana over onto history's right side. Ruling takes effect immediately:
Montana Same-Sex Marriage Decision by jsnow489
Montana's Republican Attorney General, Tim Fox, has vowed to appeal the ruling. Or at least give it a really nasty look. Or something. It's unclear at press time.
In the meantime, a hearty congrats to Montana residents. Marriage is fantastic; enjoy it responsibly.
Huge development in the corporate world:
For the first time in its history, Procter & Gamble is openly supporting same-sex marriage.
The Cincinnati-based consumer products giant says it embraced gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender employees for more than 20 years. Now, the company says same-sex marriage has become an important enough issue to its workers that it is taking a public stand.
FULL: P&G publicly supports same-sex marriage [Cincinnati Enquirer]
We have Apple, Google, Facebook, PNG, General Mills, Starbucks, and countless other global brands on our side. They have a chicken chain and a couple of reality TV families.
Despite 2013 being a monumental year in the marriage fight, the organization tasked to fight us on the other side had a terrible time raising funds, with over half coming from just two major donors. The Human Rights Campaign has the details on why NOM fundraising pitches have been turning noticeably desperate:
NOM raised $5.1 million in 2013, dropping by over 50% since 2012. Just 2 donors accounted for more than half of the organization’s fundingNOM CRATERS: Funding for Anti-LGBT National Organization For Marriage Drops by Over 50% [HRC]