28 February 2018

Is Mike Pence Gay?

The current issue of The Atlantic has an indepth article profiling Donald Trump's Vice President, Mike Pence (link here). The piece examines how the zealotous Pence is something of a dim bulb -- many people mockingly call him Mike Dense -- but politically shrewd and conniving and how he has made a bargain with the Devil by pairing with the profane President who daily embraces all of the deadly sins and more.

Near the end of the article, the author decribes how Pence is rhapsodic and effusive about Trump, sounding more like a boyband groupie than a politician. An excerpt:

"On the stump and in interviews, Pence spoke of Trump in a tone that bordered on worshipful. One of his rhetorical tics was to praise the breadth of his running mate’s shoulders. Trump was, Pence proclaimed, a 'broad-shouldered leader,' in possession of 'broad shoulders and a big heart,' who had 'the kind of broad shoulders' that enabled him to endure criticism while he worked to return 'broad-shouldered American strength to the world stage.'"

Have you ever known a straight man to gush about another man's shoulders like this?

Pence has long been known as a homophobe. And rabid homophobes are sometimes self-hating gay men. Some gay celebrities have openly speculated that Pence is gay (example here).

I would not be surprised if, in his heart of hearts, Pence has long known he has "urges" about men but has never acted on them. Instead, he prays and prays to make them go away.

At the same time, openly gay men in a society that is increasingly LGBT-tolerant could make him particularly uncomfortable. So the best way to stop it would be to keep it out of sights as much as possible, and if LGBT people don't have LGBT rights, then that makes everything so much easier. Out of sight, out of mind.

So we'll probably never know if Pence really is gay or bi, but I think it's fair to say that speculations about his true sexual orientation are not unwarranted. The lady doth protest too much, methinks.

Down in the Bayou

Damien appeared here on the blog yesterday in still photos, and he's back today in a video where he tops two of his buds down in the bayou. Apparently he's gone from being a cop to the wrong side of the law rustlin' gators in the swamps.

If you'd rather watch this on the source webpage or to download a free copy to add to your collection, you need to click here.

27 February 2018

A Major Victory

Yesterday, a federal appeals court ruled that the Civil Rights Act protects LGBT workers and thus prohibits employers from discriminating against them because of their sexual orientation (details here).

This was a major setback for the Trump administration, which had unexpectedly stepped into the ongoing appeal and argued that LGBT workers were not protected against employment discrimination. Hey, remember when candidate Donald Trump promised he'd stand up for LGBT rights -- yeah, that was a massive lie (details here).

With this court decision, two federal appellate courts have now ruled the Civil Rights Act protects LGBT workers, while a third appellate court ruled the other way. When multiple federal appellate courts have disagreed like this on other cases, the Supreme Court has been more motivated to take such a matter on appeal.

If the high court does take this or a similar appeal, sooner rather than later would be better, before Trump has a chance to nominate any more Supreme Court justices. Right now, the court is balanced five-to-four in favor of LGBT rights. A new nominee, however, could upset that balance.

So for the time being, very good news, but this is an issue that warrants continued attention. Stay tuned.

Street Justice

Officer Stone arrests a mouthy twink for burglary, catching him in the act, and immediately the suspect threatens to sue him. When he takes him to the station and into an interrogation room, the suspect deliberately slams his own head against the wall and then claims the officer struck him.

As an experienced law enforcement professional, Officer Stone knows that the best way to keep an unruly suspect off guard is to distract him. So he pushes the handcuffed twink to his knees, opens his fly, and has the lad go to work.

Officer Stone has been featured here on the blog twice before, off duty and in his street clothes. You can see he's muscled up quite a bit in recent years. Note that the older download sets are still available.

The images seen below are huge and are part of a large collection with more than two hundred photos from nine different shoots featuring Officer Stone off duty and in hardcore action, usually as a top but occasionally as a bottom. To download the complete group, please click here.

26 February 2018

Bald Propaganda

Late on Saturday afternoon while most of the world was not paying much attention to Washington news, the White House finally released a redacted copy of Congressman Adam Schiff's rebuttal to the Republicans' release of a highly deceptive memo that claimed to prove the FBI was out to hurt Donald Trump for political reasons by conducting a politically motivated investigation (details here).

The essence of the controversy was whether the FBI had legitimate legal grounds to investigate one of Trump's campaign advisors. The Republicans claim it didn't, but as Schiff's document proves, it had significant grounds to do so.

It's important to note that the investigated advisor, Carter Page, hasn't even been charged with a crime and that the issues involved have nothing to do with Trump's people who have been indicted and arrested. Nor does it have anything to do with Trump's possible unlawful activities, like obstruction of justice and money laundering, nor the possible crimes committed by his son and son-in-law.

Trump's response to the damning memo was nothing short of fraudulent propaganda. In an interview on sympathetic Fox News, he claimed Schiff's document vindicates him, when it does the opposite, and that it proves what he's been saying is correct, when it proves he's been lying.

With Trump's support in polls now at an all-time low, it's pretty obvious that he's no longer trying to convince the significant majority of Americans who know he's a habitual liar, corrupt, and incompetent. He's just mainlining lies to his supporters, hoping they won't read or view actual news to learn the truth.

Most Republicans in Congress continue to support him, at least publicly, apparently thinking that handcuffing themselves to a toxic President will somehow improve their chances in this year's midterms. It's an inherently losing proposition that they'll only be able to pull off by obstructing justice, cranking out deceptive propaganda, and hoping Russian hackers hand them another victory.

New Year, New Hair

The lad appearing below has been featured here on the blog several times before. He goes by Mathias in porn and perhaps in real life. His hair has grown out of the military cut, and I think he looks way hotter because of it.

He has now bottomed for a second time in a scene, so his cherry-popping one wasn't just an experiment. Either that or he actually did bottom for the first time when he tried it, and liked it so much he wanted to make it a regular thing.

There are two download sets for you to enjoy today, each with about fifty photographs. The first one (link here) features Mathias in a flip-flop scene and the second one (link here) features Mathias topping another lad. All download sets in previous Mathias posts, first linked in this entry, are still active and available, too.

25 February 2018

Thin Ice

The West Wing word this week is that Donald Trump's National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster may soon be eased out of his position and back into the military, where he until recently served as a three-star general (details here).

The President has been openly fueding with his own senior adviser for months, but the relationship worsened recently when McMaster said in a public forum with cameras rolling that it was "incontrovertible" that the Kremlin interfered in the 2016 American election and is already trying to do so this year, a fact Trump tries to pretend doesn't exist.

A National Security Advisor is arguably the second most important senior West Wing staff member, second only to the Chief of Staff. Considering Trump had utterly zero qualifications in the defense, foreign relations, and terrorism arenas, his National Security Advisor is all the more important.

Based on a number of published reports drawn from numerous sources inside the West Wing, Trump has largely all but ignored McMaster and only meets with him infrequently for short sessions. The President wants complex matters dilluted down to a few bullet points, a process that is virtually impossible and leaves him with a near complete lack of understanding of security and intelligence essentials.

McMaster was widely consider a voice of reason and sanity when he was first appointed. But now that he has been administratively neutered and is all but out the door, one has to wonder who Trump is listening to for intelligence and foreign policy advice.

If he's listening to anyone at all.

On the Beach

This most certainly is not the 1959 classic starring Gregory Peck. There are some mighty nice peckers in this one, however. These two lads certainly do seem to be into each other and their fucking is pure joy.

If you want to view this on the source webpage or to download a free copy to add to your collection, click here.

24 February 2018


Yesterday, Donald Trump's assistant campaign chairman Rick Gates pleaded guilty to two criminal counts, conspiracy and lying to the FBI (details here). He is now the fifth of the six indicted Americans to plead guilty and, like the others, he is now cooperating with and providing testimony to Special Counsel Robert Mueller, the former FBI director supervising the criminal investigation into the President and his associates.

The only indicted American who has not pleaded guilty to date is Paul Manafort, Trump's campaign chair. Gates and others undoubtedly are now providing closed-door testimony to the grand jury about Manafort and possibly Trump and/or his family and associates.

One would not be histrionic to declare that all hope seems now lost for Manafort. As Charles Pierce noted at Esquire (link here), "He is on a spit over an open flame and it’s turning ever faster. The skin is starting to crackle and Paul Manafort is almost done and ready for serving. And Manafort, unless he’s an idiot, which nobody thinks he is, has to be pretty close to serving up the only person he can serve up."

That one person, of course, is Trump.

But then maybe not. Mueller's sights may first be set on two vulnerable targets: Don Trump Jr. and Jared Kushner, the latter being the President's son-in-law. If either or both of them are indicted, they can't claim any kind of immunity like Trump possibly could.

If he indicts one or both, Mueller might be trying to set up the President to do something particularly risky and self-destructive: pardon his own relatives. That could set in motion a constitutional crisis, with Republicans in Congress finally breaking with Trump if voter outrage is sufficient.

As well, it could trigger a legal challenge from prominent members of Congress and even some officials within the Justice Department, given no President has ever pardoned his own relatives before.

It also would put Trump's relations in a curious position: they could be forced to testify against the President. If a person accepts a pardon, he or she admits to guilt and the Fifth Amendment no longer applies, because there's no danger of self-incrimination.

If such individual refuses to testify and/or perjures him or herself, criminal contempt charges would be levied. Would Trump then pardon his relatives a second time?

Hopefully if we are far down this dangerous road, voter fury would be loud and strong enough that Republican members of Congress would see the writing on the wall and vote to impeach and remove from office.

We live in interesting if not dangerous times. Stay tuned.

Bear Party

A dad and his cub adopt a new musclebear for playtime fun. I don't know who the thick-cocked musclebear is with the hat but he's a hot one. And the cum shot here is certainly innovative.

If you'd rather watch this on the source webpage or to download your own free copy of this scene, be sure to click here.

23 February 2018


If you need a textbook example of how Donald Trump completely flip-flops within less than twenty-four hours and stabs people in the back to whom he made promises just the day before, you need look no further than how he behaved this week on the school shooting issue.

On Wednesday, Trump met with survivors and victims' families from the latest mass shooting in Florida (details here). He appeared unusually somber and empathetic, saying things like "it’s not going to be talk like it has been in the past. It’s been going on too long. Too many instances, and were going to get it done."

He then discussed actual policy ideas and appeared to favor some proposed solutions strongly opposed by Republicans.

But Thursday, this was all gone. He lovingly praised the reactionary National Rifle Association (details here) which stridenly rejects even the most basic and simple common-sense firearm reforms.

He then had a typical Twitter meltdown, lying about his past words regarding armed teachers, then immediately contradicted himself and said he thought it was a good idea after claiming it was something he opposed.

The anything-goes, pro-gun NRA aligns with Trump's true position on firearms. The survivors and victims' families on Wednesday were simply being fed a line of bullshit. As the Daily Beast noted correctly in analysing Trump's actual position and confirmed by his staff (link here), Trump will not do anything to anger the NRA, which means he'll do a whole lot of nothing.

Why does Trump so openly and shamelessly lie like this when it is documented by cameras? There are a lot of theories. It could mean he's a sociopath who will do and say anything he thinks he can pull off. Or he could have no moral compass and pays no attention to what he says and promises, caring not a whit that he breaks such pledges without a second thought and tramples people in the process.

Or it could be both.

Aztec Warrior

The top in the scene below, who goes by Ledger at least in porn land, as been featured here on the blog several times before. He's sporting a new look with longer hair and more muscles and reminds me of how I imagine an Aztec Warrior might appear. Ledger could have Native American heritage but he also could of Filipino ancestry -- I cannot tell.

The bottom has also appeared here on the blog before, too, and goes by Zane. He's allegedly straight, but for a straight lad, he seems to enjoy a hard cock in his mouth or ass quite a bit.

The photos posted today are part of a large collection featuring more than six hundred images of both Ledger and Zane in action from five different shoots. One is the two of them paired; two more are of Ledger paired with other lads, and the other two or Zane paired with different blokes.

To download the complete group of all photos in a free zipped folder, you need to click here. And note that the previous posts linked above all have photo sets that can still be downloaded, too.

22 February 2018


NBC broke the story yesterday (link here) that Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who leads the criminal investigation into the President and his associates, is exploring whether Donald Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort promised a banker a White House job in return for approving $16 million in three home loans made right after the election. Manafort has already been indicted on a variety of criminal charges.

The article notes how rank-and-file bank officials questioned details of the loans, including "at least one of the bank employees who felt pressured into approving the deals" and who has now spoken to Mueller's team.

This matter raises several important issues if true. First and foremost, did Trump know about such promises? Promising financial reward in return for loan approval is a crime. Did Manafort tell the President he was doing this?

If Trump knew, that puts him both a very bad light and also potentially opens up criminal charges against him, too.

If Trump did not know, then that nonetheless reflects badly on him that he would employ someone who resorted to criminality without a second thought.

Whether or not Trump knew, this revelation renders even more ludicrous his promise to "drain the swamp." The Trump administration is probing new lows -- no one in President Obama's administration was ever accused of trading jobs for loan approval.

Mueller has continued tightening the screws on Manafort since he was first indicted. Just this week, he filed sealed charges against Trump's campaign manager, meaning the court has seen them but not the public (details here).

Is Mueller making Manafort's case more and more dire to pressure him into flipping on Trump and testifying against him? Let's hope so. Time will tell.

Stay tuned.

The Moravian

This is Jirka from the Czech Republic, specifically the Moravian region of that country. He's 27, stands 5'11, and reportedly weighs 210. That weight seems a bit high to me, based on his build, and I wonder if a mistake was made somewhere. Based on research, it appears he has only ever done three porn scenes and all of them solos.

The originals for these photos are larger than they appear below and total more than three hundred in number. To download the complete collection in a free zipped folder, please click here.

21 February 2018

Worse Than Shameless

Tom Toles at the Washington Post wrote an excellent column yesterday (link here) with the title "How do you know Trump is the worst President ever? When a school shooting offers a ‘reprieve.’"

He starts by referencing a survey conducted of nearly two hundred political scientists that was released on Monday and revealed Donald Trump is already the worst President in US history after barely a year in office (details here).

He then notes how last place is actually being kind because the Trump administration has found a new low in politics when they celebrate how a school mass shooting gave them a media reprieve from their many scandals crowding for headlines (details here).

Trump's response to the school massacre was not measured statesmanship. It was his typical shtick: blame somebody else in unhinged tweets and contradict yourself in the process.

Past Presidents have brought the nation together in the aftermath of great tragedy. Trump, however, is incapable of empathy, incapable of thinking about someone else instead of himself. He does not unite the nation but divides it. This is making America great?

When Trump visits survivors of the Florida mass shooting and the victims' families, perhaps he could offer them paper towels like he did during an extremely brief "tour" of Puerto Rico following devastating hurricanes (details here). Anything else would be even more heartless.

Unbridled Lust

Damian and Gabriel here aren't subtle nor taking things slowly. They flip-fuck with wild abandon. They've got to get off now, no matter what. If an 8.5 earthquake struck, they wouldn't miss a beat and would keep on rutting.

If you'd rather watch this on the source webpage or to download your own free copy to keep, click here.

20 February 2018

Funny Money

Yesterday afternoon, CNN broke the story (link here) that Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who heads the criminal investigation into Donald Trump and his associates, has widened his attention on the President's son-in-law Jared Kushner. The title to their story is "Mueller's interest in Kushner grows to include foreign financing efforts."

Himself the son of a convicted felon, Kushner temperamentally is the polar opposite of his mercurial father-in-law and has only spoken once on an open microphone to the media since Trump began his candidacy in 2014.

Kushner owns a highly indebted real estate portfolio of his own, and his creditors include Deutsche Bank, which closed a much-needed $285 million loan right before election day (details here). Shortly thereafter, Deutsche Bank admitted to laundering more than $10 billion for Russian organized crime and other shadowy characters (details here).

Kushner has also been involved in real estate deals with Russians now being investigated for other money laundering endeavors (details here).

Kushner is also reviled by at least two former Trump White House officials known to be speaking with Mueller's team: Steven Bannon, the President's former senior advisor, who has spoken to investigators for more than twenty hours and also Michael Flynn, the President's first National Security Advisor. The latter has pleaded guilty and is cooperating with federal prosecutors. Vox reported in December with an article that speaks for itself (link here) that's titled "Why Michael Flynn’s plea deal could be really bad news for Jared Kushner."

Russia may not be the only one that is playing Kushner for its own benefit and against the United States. Last month, The New Yorker published a longer article about how Chinese interests may be manipulating Kushner in meetings barred to State Department and other US officials (link here).

A number of pundits have speculated Kushner is one of the more likely individuals in Trump's orbit to be indicted by Mueller's prosecutors. If he does so, and his father-in-law pardons him, that would almost certainly trigger a constitutional crisis.

That is, unless Republicans in Congress do nothing. If that happens, it will be one of the darkest days in American history.

Purple Pants

If Nacho here looks familiar, your eyes are not deceiving you. He was featured here on the blog three months ago. He has still done nothing more than stroke porn.

The originals for the photos posted today are larger than they appear here and total more than forty in number. To download the complete collection in a free zipped folder, you should click here.

19 February 2018


Over the weekend, as Friday's indictment firestorm began to weigh on him, the President on Twitter went from elated that no one in his campaign had been accused to unhinged fury at the television programs he was obviously watching that called him a fool for thinking he was somehow vindicated.

Trump's Twitter trantrum tirade was nothing short of a national embarrassment.

As is typical, Donald Trump blamed everyone and anyone for the ever-growing scandal, with the exception of Russia and Vladimir Putin. Once again, he refuses to say anything negative about the dictator and his brutal, corrupt regime (details here).

In the wake of the national crisis of Russia meddling in America's 2016 election, with every sign they will try it again this year, Trump has apparently decided to do nothing but blame everyone else.

"Imagine how history would have judged Franklin D. Roosevelt in the aftermath of Pearl Harbor, if he had taken to the radio airwaves to declare that Tokyo was 'laughing their asses off,'" wrote Karen Tumulty at the Washington Post (link here). "Or if George W. Bush had stood in the rubble of the World Trade Center with a bullhorn and launched a name-calling tirade against the Democrats.... These are the moments that test a country — and a President. They call for bringing people together in a sense of national purpose against a common adversary. Once again, Trump has failed that test."

At the New York Times, Tom Friedman wrote a thoughtful piece (link here) with the title "Whatever Trump Is Hiding Is Hurting All of Us Now."

Friedman says: "Trump is either totally compromised by the Russians or is a towering fool, or both, but either way he has shown himself unwilling or unable to defend America against a Russian campaign to divide and undermine our democracy.... Trump is either hiding something so threatening to himself, or he’s criminally incompetent to be commander in chief."

Will Republicans in Congress continue looking away as if nothing is happening or will they now finally get off their asses and do something?

Stay tuned.

Rent Reduction

When sophmore Archer responds to a roommate-wanted listing and learns the rent is only $100 a month, he snaps it up on the spot. His two new roommates, both graduate students, seem like really nice guys.

In fact, the night after Archer moves in, they kindly help him rehearse his scene for drama class. And when they're finished, Jason, one of his new roommates, asks him casually, "hey, you into spitroasts, dude?"

"Sure," Archer replies. "I love barbecue. You need some help?"

"You bet," Jason replies as he pushes Archer to his knees and opens his fly. "Now be quiet and suck my cock as Mark lubes your ass."

Mark was featured here before on this blog as was Jason here. Both download sets with those posts are still active.

The originals for the photos posted today are much larger than they appear below and include about six hundred fifty images from ten different hardcore shoots, including many more shots of Archer being tag-teamed by Jason and Mark. To download the complete collection in a free zipped folder, you need to click here.