31 March 2020

Power Grab

Nationalist and conservative politicians around the world are using the coronavirus pandemic as an excuse to seize more powers for themselves.

Hungary provided no better example of that yesterday when the parliament effectively voted itself out of power, ended democracy, suspended elections indefinitely, and gave the far-right nationalist conservative prime minister Viktor Orbán the unlimited and indefinite supreme powers of a dictator (details here). He will now rule by decree, a power that cannot be challenged or appealed.

Orbán was also granted sweeping powers to muzzle any critics, including members of the press. If you try to speak out, you could be prosecuted for "spreading false information." Some public figures who support Orbán are urging him to use the decree to arrest any journalist who criticizes him.

The alleged rationale for granting Orbán unlimited power was that it would allow him to more rapidly address needs in fighting coronavirus. Yet Hungary has one of the lowest coronavirus infection rates in Europe, thus underscoring that this move used the virus as an excuse and not a reason.

Donald Trump has repeatedly and effusively praised the far-right Orbán in past public statements. He has yet to say anything critical about this blatant power grab. Will he?

Lockdown Lads

Time once again for your weekly instant collection of naked lads and a whole lot of cock shots. Featured today are almost nine hundred photos from fifteen different sets, almost all of which were released within the last week. To download everything in a free zipped folder, click here.

30 March 2020

The Lost Month

Over the weekend, the New York Times published an excellent article (link here) that provides a detail overview about why the United States' coronavirus testing capabilities lags much of the rest of the world.

The ultimate reason is a failure of leadership at the top, in the Oval Office. This is what happens when a country elects an untested candidate who has never held public office and who has scant management skills and experience. The problem is further compounded when that person is corrupt, emotionally unstable, and intellectually shallow.

Will there ever be a way to measure how many people ultimately will have died who might have lived if this country had a capable, visionary national leader? I hope so. Because that death toll is a badge of shame that Donald Trump should bear for all of recorded history.

Social Isolation Smut

Hopefully all of you are coping with sheltering-in-place and social isolation. And hopefully you can share that experience with a loved one or two or three.

Featured today is another instant collection of nearly fourteen hundred hardcore photographs from two dozen porn shoots, some from the last few days and the rest from within this month. To download everything in a free zipped folder, click here.

29 March 2020

Six Lost Weeks

Yesterday, The Guardian published an excellent piece (link here) about how Donald Trump absolutely squandered the first six weeks of the unfolding coronavirus crisis in the United States from January 20 until early March. The article is titled "The missing six weeks: how Trump failed the biggest test of his life" with a secondary title of "The president was aware of the danger from the coronavirus – but a lack of leadership has created an emergency of epic proportions."

The piece opens by comparing Trump's bumbling start when faced with this catastrophe to that of South Korea, which was ahead of the curve from day one. The latter country of fifty million people now has the crisis almost completely licked and reports only a few dozen new cases a day.

As the piece goes on to inventory, every one of Trump's major personal flaws exacerbated his inept handling of the mushrooming disaster. His constant need for self-praise, his incessant lying, his anti-intellectualism, his inability to manage, and much more made everything so much worse, a handicapping that continues to this day.

Things are bad now but soon will be much worse. It didn't have to be like this. But expecting an inept, corrupt buffoon to somehow manage an enormously complex crisis is nothing but a folly.

We are stuck in this quagmire and the only way we can ensure something like this never happens again is to defeat Trump this November.

Bone Riders

My normal weekly posting cycle has been disrupted somewhat by the coronavirus lockdown here in California. So here's an unusual weekend posting with an instant collection of some nine hundred photographs featuring hardcore action from sixteen different shoots. Most were released within the last week and the remainder within the last two weeks. To download everything in a free zipped folder, click here.

28 March 2020


A severe shortage of ventilators is currently hampering efforts to treat the mushrooming number of severe coronavirus victims who have been hospitalized. And without them, people will die.

Thus health experts were horrified when Donald Trump said on Thursday night: "I don’t believe you need 40,000 or 30,000 ventilators. You know, you’re going to major hospitals sometimes, they’ll have two ventilators. And now, all of a sudden, they’re saying, can we order 30,000 ventilators?"

It's not surprising that the chaotic Trump was all over the map yesterday in further claims about ventilators, saying the government had the problem under control, which it clearly does not, and complaining about GM not producing them when they already were (details here).

And rather than focus on assisting people and how people may learn more, Trump has once again reverted to form, attacking anyone who questions him publicly and endlessly praising himself when he's increasingly losing control of the situation.

It's so maddeningly frustrating watching what is happening now in Washington. This crisis was largely caused by Trump's two-month delay in addressing the escalating infection rate. And now it's being made worse by his utterly inept attempts to manage the crisis.

Thankfully, many states have smart, efficient governors without petty egos who are focusing on the problem and not trying to use the catastrophe to fuel their reelection efforts, as is happening in the White House.

Trump caused this nightmare and, every day, he makes the nightmare worse.

Bearded Beast

The big bearded beast topping here has been featured on this blog several times before as Zane. He is certainly hot to watch. He's versatile, in his early thirties, stands 6'4, and weighs 205 pounds.

To watch on the source webpage or to download your own free copy of this scene, click here.

27 March 2020


On Wednesday, Foreign Policy magazine published an article (link here) that was unsparing in it condemnation of Donald Trump's ineptitude in handling the coronavirus pandemic. The title is "The Coronavirus Is the Worst Intelligence Failure in U.S. History" and the secondary title is "It’s more glaring than Pearl Harbor and 9/11—and it’s all the fault of Donald Trump’s leadership."

An excerpt:

"The White House detachment and nonchalance during the early stages of the coronavirus outbreak will be among the most costly decisions of any modern presidency. These officials were presented with a clear progression of warnings and crucial decision points far enough in advance that the country could have been far better prepared. But the way that they squandered the gifts of foresight and time should never be forgotten, nor should the reason they were squandered: Trump was initially wrong, so his inner circle promoted that wrongness rhetorically and with inadequate policies for far too long, and even today. Americans will now pay the price for decades."

Read the piece and share. It's not long and should not be missed.

Scott and Jack

This scene made me hard. I hope it has the same effect for you, too. Rigidity isn't often a good thing, except when it comes to something like this.

To watch on the source webpage or to download your own free copy to keep, click here.

26 March 2020

Hands Off

Congress is in the final stages of negotiating a massive emergency economic stimulus bill designed to help both taxpayers and companies hurt by the nationwide shuttering in response to the coronavirus threat. When pressed by the media, Donald Trump refused to say that he would not seek some of that stimulus money for his own business.

To cut him off at the pass, therefore, Democrats on Capitol Hill have succeeded in tucking wording into the nearly final bill that would prevent Trump, his family, anyone in his cabinet, or anyone in Congress from receiving stimulus funds (details here). Republicans tried to block this to protect Trump but failed.

This should be a no-brainer. If you own a business and you're in the senior levels of government, you have a whopping conflict of interest. You should either put that business into a blind trust or sell it, neither steps that Trump has taken.

In fact, some say that Trump's urge for the national shutdown to end early are out of concern for his business and not the national interest.

If you're an elected official, you can only serve yourself or serve the public. You can't do both at once. Given Trump has no moral compass in order to make the ethical decision, he had to have it forced upon him. Good.

Staying in Place

I imagine with countless millions of people sheltering in place now around the world, a lot more fucking is getting done. That's not a bad thing, proving once more that even the darkest clouds have a silver lining.

Today's collection features nearly a thousand photographs from fourteen different hardcore shoots, all released within the last five days except for one. That was released last week. To download everything in a free zipped folder, click here.

25 March 2020


Earlier this week during a televised interview, when asked about whether the priority should be human life or reopening businesses, the lieutenant governor of Texas, a Republican, said the following:

"No one reached out to me and said, as a senior citizen, 'Are you willing to take a chance on your survival in exchange for keeping the America that all America loves for your children and grandchildren?' And if that’s the exchange, I’m all in. I just think there’s lots of grandparents out there in this country like me" (details here and here).

So older people should be willing to die by coronavirus to ensure that the economy gets cracking again as soon as possible.

And this from the so-called "pro life" party.

No one's life is worth more or less than another. To suggest otherwise is abominable.

Rocco Relief

The grizzled top here with the huge cock is, of course, Rocco Steele, who's now in his mid-fifties. He still looks fantastic and fucks fantastically, too.

To watch on the source webpage or to download a free copy of this scene to keep, click here.

24 March 2020

Money or People's Lives

Yesterday, Donald Trump revealed what we've long suspected — he thinks money is more important than people's lives. During a media question-and-answer, Trump showed signs that he was increasingly frustrated with the current nationwide shutdown and was contemplating ending it (details here and here).

This is insane.

When the shutdown began on Monday, March 16, there were approximately 4,500 confirmed coronavirus cases in the United States. Yesterday, the number passed 46,000, indicating a ten-fold increase in one week. The number of deaths during that same time went from 86 to 553.

When the original shutdown period expires next Monday, the number of confirmed cases will be nearing a half million while the number of deaths will exceed 5,000.

In response to Trump's leanings, public health and medical experts are howling with outrage. Ending the shutdown too soon would mean the coronavirus "would spread widely, rapidly, terribly, could kill potentially millions in the year ahead with huge social and economic impact across the country." (Source here.)

Yet Trump thinks he knows better than the health and medical experts. He's relying on his "gut" instead.

There is no easy end to this situation. Trump's attempt to force one could well be catastrophic and make the tragedy far worse than it already is.

Social Distancing

The CDC is recommending, seriously, the safest type of sex in these troubling times is solo sex. Here's a collection of fifteen lads who are doing just that, with a total of more than a thousand photographs, most released for the first time within the last two weeks. The rest were released this year. To download everything in a free zipped folder, click here.

23 March 2020

The Pen Pal

It's no exaggeration to say the United States is now facing a national crisis. Much could be said for most countries around the world.

It's also no exaggeration to say the problem is overwhelming Donald Trump. Yes, he's made a few good decisions but more bad ones, and some very bad ones.

He's still peddling misinformation and falsehoods at his press conferences, if they can be called that. He's still peddling ridiculously optimistic and unrealistic outcomes (details here).

But the crisis is getting the better of him. The best-case scenarios for this year and next and very bleak.

So with all these demands on his attention, one has to wonder what he was thinking when he wrote to North Korea's dictator in the last few days, offering to help the remote dictatorship to fight coronavirus (details here).

Excuse my bluntness, but wake the fuck up Donald. You can't even meet your own country's basic needs. You should not be devoting a nanosecond to thinking about a dictatorship half way around the world.

This lack of prioritization strongly suggests Trump still thinks the coronavirus crisis will end quickly and miraculously. He's looking ahead to things being normal soon.

He's fallen in love with his own bullshit.

Sheltering in Place

Much of the world is holed up today behind closed doors, sheltering in place. There are a lot of things you can do if you put your mind to it, as these lads are showing us here. They're part of a large collection featuring more than eleven hundred photos from fifteen hardcore shoots, all released within the last ten days. To download everything in a free zipped folder, click here.