Saturday, April 18, 2015

Get On Your Knees...

I came across this weird, yet interesting game called Hurt Me Plenty. Developed by Robert Yang, an indie game developer based in New York, Hurt Me Plenty is a game designed to challenge such simplistic views to interactive sex. It places the player (me) in the dominant role of a BDSM relationship, allowing you to spank the heck out of a beefy, hairy hunk until he says a safe word. Unfortunately, I missed the whole safe word thing, in which I supposed to stop, and continued to spank him vigourously back and forth until all of a sudden he collapsed...

Now, here's what the game surprised me. I thought I'd reach a credits screen and the game would be over and asked to play again. Instead, this beefcake sat with his back to me. I was instructed to use the mouse to rub his back and comfort him. For a moment I felt a surge of guilt within me as he pointed out that he'd said the safe word 14 times! Honestly, I wasn't really paying attention to that, but 14 felt monstrous.

Moments later, a countdown timer came onto the screen. I learned that I'd been locked out of the game for 14 days as a cool-off period in our relationship, in which my 'partner' exerted his rights to no longer deal with me :(

What I like about Hurt Me Plenty is the unspoken message behind it, even in this simplistic, three-scene game, is the implication that sex can emotionally hurt someone, even when you think you are just having fun. And now look who is being punished? Moi, and I'm sorry.

Thursday, April 16, 2015

The Gay Royal Wedding...

Channel 4 has made the prophecy that UK will see a Royal gay couple tie the knot by 2120. Damn, I need to start planning on what to wear!

In a futuristic advert to promote All 4, their new on-demand service, the broadcaster predicted that there will be an alien chat show Alien Carr’s Chatty Man, a reality drama Genetically Engineered in Chelsea, a robotic Grand National, and a C4 News coverage of a Royal gay couple celebrating their wedding by kissing on THE famous East Front balcony of Buckingham Palace!

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

How'd You Spend £5...

A friend shared this on her Facebook the other day, but 'Faithful' would have cost her £3, so I went for a modified gay version that won't leave me totally out of options. Well, not cheating seems to be worth less for gays anyway, plus the original prices were made for straight women.

For me, he's gonna be faithful (£2), smart (£1), and have a great body (£2). Honestly, if he's really smart, all the rest should follow, right?

Sunday, April 12, 2015

I'm Thrilled By...

Summer seemed to have arrived for London and today my friend and I saw Thrill Me: The Leopold & Loeb Story at the Greenwich Theatre.

It's based on the 1920s true story of about-to-be law students Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb and the twisted relationship that existed between them as they searched for the ultimate thrill. Their secret agreement of satisfying each other's needs took a darker turn though as the crimes got more serious in order to make the thrills bigger, culminating in the 'perfect crime' - the murder of a 14-year-old boy in 1924. But soon their perfect crime unraveled due to a careless mistake. Or was it so careless?

My verdict? I LOVED IT, especially the stunning performances of its two male leads and the lack of emphasis on their homosexuality, it's just a given, no fuss made, making one realise how rare that's in depictions of gay men. At the same time, it showed how an 'unconditional' love could turn into something dark, obsessive and losing one's mind in it.

Overall, a gripping tale of obsession and devotion gone too far, with an atmosphere and storyline which certainly did thrill me!


Sweat, Sand & Speedos...

Words not necessary, just watch for some Spring/Summer 2015 fitness inspiration from Kyle Krieger and Benny, his sexxxy gorgeous workout partner/roommate.

Honestly, I didn't really pay any attention to the actual workout... I feel more like I needed a bowl of popcorn and a large Coke. LOL =P

Saturday, April 11, 2015

Z For Zombies...

On Wednesday, Peter Pan and I participated The Generation of Z: Apocalypse, a thrilling 75 minutes of high-velocity storytelling that set amongst the chaos of a zombie apocalypse, and we LOVED it!

Seriously, I always wanna know what it'd feel like to be in a zombie movie - now I know! Such a cool and surreal experience. Loved how involved we were, we were part of the story. Adrenaline rushing, heart racing, scary experience!

Thursday, April 09, 2015


I must admit this is the best video I've seen from her in a long time! It's touching when she kisses her mother's photo before she wanders out of her apartment into a fire-razed, post-apocalyptic world and I love the dance sequence with Terrance Howard. Great theme, great lyrics, great song, GORGEOUS video. Keep it up Madge!

Sunday, April 05, 2015

Behold & Belated...

Jesus Christ was risen today! So, what did you do? Well, my friends and I decided to do a good deed and went to The Admiral Duncan, a famous gay pub in Soho, to support the marvellous charity CANCER IS A DRAG, which helped raising money to provide financial support for people living with cancer =]

And yes, you must be thinking, "What the f*ck is happening?!" Well, let me explain, the drag act (singing All The Lovers by Kylie) invited two volunteers from the audience to be her backup dancers, but as you can see one of them got a bit 'out of head'... Please forgive me Jesus.

Saturday, April 04, 2015

Guilty Pleasure...

Easter is almost here, and that means the Easter Bunny will be hopping our way with chocolate, Easter eggs, and that plastic grass that gets everywhere. But it’s a different kind of basket we are after with this sexy new spread for JÓN Magazine, featuring model Casey Levens.

Shot by photographer Scott Teitler, 'Rabbit in a Hat' is actually inspired by a magician and his rabbit, but Levans' chiseled face and sculpted torso has me crying out, "Hallelujah, He is Risen!"

Friday, April 03, 2015

Veni Vidi Vici...

I absolutely love Veni Vidi Vici from Rebel Heart, Madonna's thirteenth studio album. I just can't stop listening to it! I particularly love the idea of dedications to herself and her career/hit songs. Awesome tune!

And, if I ever have a tattoo, this will definitely be it - VENI VIDI VICI in black inked Gothic Roman letters across my left inner upper arm.


Awww... Thank you so much for an email from an anonymous blog fan saying, "Just want to say your blog is so full of sweetness! Thank you for sharing the sweet side of you with us (not like we didn't know that side of you already). Keep up with the good work!"

Wednesday, April 01, 2015

April Fool...

I'm not 100% sure if I've posted this as one of my previous posts, but what the hell, this hottie is SO funny and easy on the eyes I could watch him on repeat all day everyday!

P.S. After some Google searching, I just found out his name is Craigery Morgan and he's grown a beard since. Grrr!

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Guilty Pleasure...

To me, armpit hair on guys just seems, well, natural. When it's there, I don't really notice it or think much of it, but if it's gone, I do. I wouldn't call armpit hair sexy, but a lack of it would be 'unsexy', if that makes sense. At the end of the day, I think it's all about MAINTENANCE!

Monday, March 23, 2015

BFI Flare 2015...

Over the weekend I saw two movies from this year's BFI Flare: London LGBT Film Festival and I was well impressed by both.

The first movies was I Am Michael featuring Jame Franco and Zachary Quinto telling an amazing yet sympathetic true story of Michael Glatze, an idealistic LGBT activist and co-founder of Young Gay America (YGA) magazine, who slowly becomes a pathetic shadow of himself because of fear and religion, and it's beautiful to see how the film doesn't give in to any temptation to vilify him, which would have been really easy.

The second movies was Tab Hunter Confidential. Directed by Jeffrey Schwarz, who also directed the fabulous I Am Divine back in 2013, Tab Hunter Confidential tells the magical story of how a teenage stable boy transforms into one of the Golden Age Hollywood biggest stars of the 1950s, all the while keeping a VERY big secret!

To me, it's such a fascinating documentary about closeted Hollywood history and a delightful tribute to a talented man who lived to tell his tale of survival. And the cherry on top was to see the real Tab Hunter appeared on stage after the film!

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

St. Patrick's Me...

Even I'm not Irish, or very lucky, you can still pinch and kiss me if you want to. HAPPY ST. PATRICK'S DAY EVERYONE!

Saturday, March 14, 2015

My 36th B'day Gift...

Tonight's episode of the Jonathan Ross Show was indisputably ruled by one guest and one guest only - the Queen of Pop herself, Madonna. She breezed her way through the interview with total class and humour, giving a flawless performance at the end of the show.

So why exactly was I all falling over Madge? Here are 7 good reasons:

1. Her straight-talking, no-nonsense manner, for starters.
2. Not to mention her eternally youthful good looks.
3. I was also loving her impressively accurate British accent.
4. She summed up what 'family' should mean pretty accurately.
5. Her performance of Ghosttown and Living For Love was damn good.
6. Because she makes me hark back to my teenage obsession with her.
7. Or because she's one of the few remaining living legends of our time.

By the way, today is my 36th birthday and this is a pretty damn good birthday present. Thank you Madonna!

Guilty Pleasure...


Friday, March 13, 2015

B*tch I'm Madonna...

So, I've spent the past few days repeatedly listening to Rebel Heart, Madonna's thirteenth studio album. As someone who has been a fan of Madge since the Ray Of Light era, I think some of her best work ever is on Rebel Heart. So far stand out tracks (in no particular order) include:

Living For Love
Devil Pray
Unapologetic Bitch
Hold Tight
Joan of Arc
Holy Water
Wash All Over Me
Veni Vidi Vici
Rebel Heart

Honestly, I really love the whole album. It's a stunning and beautifully put together piece of work. THE B*TCH IS BACK!


Saturday, March 07, 2015


That age old question looks like it might finally have a definitive answer - and it's 5.16 inches.

According to an analysis of more than 15,000 penises around the world, the average size of an erection is 13.12 centimetres (5.16 inches) and 11.66cm (4.6 inches) around. When flaccid, the study found the penis of the average man is 9.16cm (3.6 inches) in length and has a girth of 9.31cm (3.7 inches).

The British research team said that this type of study could, "reassure the large majority of men that the size of their penis is in the normal range." After assembling data from studies where participants had their members measured by 'a professional' the team used the data to create a graph that doctors can use when counselling men with Small Penis Anxiety. The fear that they have a below average size penis can be debilitating for some men and may lead to body dysmorphic disorder and eventually depression and even suicide.

The study found that in reality only 2.28% of the male population have an abnormally small penis and the same percentage an unusually large one. The men who took part were aged 17 to 91 and had had their penises professionally measured in 20 previously published studies conducted in Europe, Asia, Africa and the US.

The team said their work, was the first of its kind to combine all the existing data on penis length and girth into one definitive graph. The team found NO evidence for penis size differences linked to race, though most of the study participants were of European and Middle Eastern descent, ruling out full comparison across all ethnicities. They also put to bed that old myth about big feet - your shoe size has NO relation to your penis length!

To me, it's less about the length but more about the girth (or should I say the thickness). I'd rather have a 5 inch thick penis rather than an 8 inch skinny one.

Monday, March 02, 2015

Oscars Vs Brit...

While I was away, two of my all time favourite idols performed on two separate award ceremonies, which both received rave reviews from around the world!

Ditching her outrageous outfits, Mother Monster took to the stage in a classy flowing white ball gown to perform a medley of songs from The Sound of Music, in honor of the beloved film's 50th anniversary at the 87th Academy Awards. I always knew Gaga could sing and had never doubted her talent, but this performance had truly showed how talented she really is! Of course, seeing Gaga embraced by Dame Julie Andrews was probably one of the best moments in Oscar telecast history.

On the other hand, the Queen of Pop had a cape malfunction and took a tumble off the stage while performing Living For Love at BRIT Awards 2015. Seriously, I don't give a f*ck on what everyone thinks, whether the fall was a stunt or not, the main thing is that Madonna is okay! In this situation every new popstar would stop and start crying, but Madonna was so professional to carry on the complete show. Great teaching for everyone - THE SHOW MUST GO ON!