Archive for September, 2008
Patrick Rouge, the highly sexual gymnast has been seen before but this is the first porn appearance for Chad Clovis.
After some quality time getting rough and dirty while mud wrestling, Patrick and Chad head to the showers, with the expected kissing and man-groping of two young gay men.
Enjoy watching this hot video as Chad stuffs his thick cock into his next door buddy‘s ass, slamming Patrick hard enough to make him cum twice.
If you like handsome and naturally hairy muscle studs, then you are going to really enjoy Alain’s debut video at ManifestMen.
Aggressively sexual young muscle stud Alain goes from gyrating and showing off his body to gripping his hardening cock through his baggy shorts and practically rips them off to get fully naked.
Enjoy watching as Alain milks a heavy load of thick cum that hits the floor and a mirror only at ManifestMen.
This past weekend I enjoyed watching the 1994 Australian film The Sum of Us, which tells the story of a comfortable relationship between widower Harry and his gay son Jeff and their individual searches for the right mate.
Years before he became a household name in Hollywood, Russell Crowe delivers a strong and sexy performance as the son, a plumber in Sydney, exuding extreme masculine magnetism and an emotional vulnerability.
If there is anything worse than a parent who disapproves of your sex life, it may be a parent who approves too much.
Jack Thompson plays the open-minded straight father, who is so eager to help his son find Mr. Right, he is actually a bit of an annoyance with his well-intended interference. This dad goes to gay bars with his son, makes sure the young man’s dates know the safe-sex rules, and brings home gay porno magazines and leaves them around the house. The apparent reason for this attitude is that his own mother, upon widowhood, embarked on a 40-year love affair with a woman.
The Sum of Us is a classic to be sure and an absolute must for your collection!1 comment
Shelter is a moving film about the young Zach (Trevor Wright), who sacrifices his dream of going to art school to support his frail father and his trashy sister, who constantly manipulates Zach into taking last-minute responsibility for her 5-year-old son.
Usually finding happiness surfing with his buddy Gabe (Ross Thomas), he starts hanging out with Gabe’s older brother Shaun (Brad Rowe), whom he has known since childhood. They go surfing, they talk and one night they drink a lot and Zach experiences his first kiss from a guy and his world is turned upside down.
To Zach it may be easier to stay in his rut, conforming to other’s expectations. Shelter is more than a coming-out, coming-of-age movie – it is the difficult story of finding oneself and having the courage to face who you are and follow your fate and destiny.
Shelter is a highly recommended film for your collection. It has a real plot that draws you in, making you feel for the characters, especially with the wonderful chemistry between Trevor Wright and Brad Rowe. This is a film about love, and learning to be true to yourself and those willing to ride the wave with you.