Wednesday, February 28, 2007


So this is what you get when you go to NYC. It was the morning when I was on my way to the MoMA, you were talking on your cell phone outside an office building and I couldn't resist to take snapshot of you. You seemed really sweet, like you were talking to your sister or some- thing, helping her feel better about her lousy boyfriend. If you ever read this, who were you actually talking to? Please tell me it's not your girlfriend...

I'm Back And...

Although the Big Apple was a bit cold throughout my holiday, I gotta tell you I had a fabulous time. The skyscrapers were breathtaking, the shops were sexy and trendy (not to mention the big A&F store), the food was nice and cheap, the bars and clubs were HOT and ROCK (as some of them were packed with sexy guys), and the American Museum of Natural History was filled with dinosaurs (as I am a dino-freak)! In short, I had truly enjoyed every single moment of NYC (though a bit of warmth would be better) and thanks for having me!

Friday, February 16, 2007


Guess what? Starting tomorrow, I am going on a 9-day holiday trip to The Big Apple, therefore I won't be able to update this blog for a while. So let's be honest about it. Will you guys miss me when I'm gone?

Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Always On My Mind...

Whether you are single or coupled,
I wish you have a fabulous Valentine's Day!

Something Worth Living For by Shane Ward

Origins Of ...

February 14 is Valentine's Day. Although it is celebrated as a lovers' holiday today, with the giving of candy, flowers, or other gifts between couples in love, it originated in 5th Century Rome as a tribute to Saint Valentine, a Catholic bishop.

For 800 years prior to the establishment of Valentine's Day, the Rom- ans had practiced a pagan celebration in mid-February commemo- rating young men's rite of passage to the god Lupercus. The cele- bration featured a lottery in which young men would draw the names of teenage girls from a box. The girl assigned to each young man in that manner would be his sexual companion during the remaining year.

In an effort to do away with the pagan festival, Pope Gelasius ordered a slight change in the lottery. Instead of the names of young women, the box would contain the names of saints. Both men and women were allowed to draw from the box, and the game was to emulate the ways of the saint they drew during the rest of the year. Needless to say, many of the young Roman men were not too pleased with the rule changes.

Instead of the pagan god Lupercus, the Church looked for a suitable patron saint of love to take his place. They found an appropriate choice in Valentine, who, in AD 270 had been beheaded by Emperor Claudius.

Claudius had determined that married men made poor soldiers. So he banned marriage from his empire. But Valentine would secretly marry young men that came to him. When Claudius found out about Valentine, he first tried to convert him to paganism. But Valentine reversed the strategy, trying instead to convert Claudius. When he failed, he was stoned and beheaded.

During the days that Valentine was imprisoned, he fell in love with the blind daughter of his jailer. His love for her, and his great faith, managed to miraculously heal her from her blindness before his death. Before he was taken to his death, he signed a farewell message to her, "From your Valentine." The phrase has been used on his day ever since.

Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Guilty Pleasure...

Handsome but gentlemanly, well-built and healthy are some of the words that I used to describe the adorable Will Chalker. Back in 2000, this 20-year-old beautiful Brit was a construction worker and an ama- teur boxer before his friend took test photos of him and sent them to the modeling agencies. Since then, the builder turned catwalk model has been strutting down the men's runways in Milan and Paris for over 11 seasons. Now that's what I call Zero to Hero!

Chalker has graced the covers of British GQ and Men’s Vogue, starred in campaigns for Yves Saint Laurent, Paul Smith and Perry Ellis, and was the first man ever to be nominated for Best Model at the British Fashion Awards in 2004. Chic, charismatic and constant, its models like Chalker that proves the difference between fad and fixture.

For now, Chalker seems happy to remain down to earth. He has a rep- utation for punctuality and professionalism, and is enjoying the exper- ience for however long it lasts, supermodel or not.

"I've always liked nice clothes," Chalker says, "but now I know names I'd never have known in the past. Now I'd still never wear a whole outfit, but the clothes at places like Gucci or YSL make you feel like a million dollars."

Friday, February 09, 2007


How often do you change your desktop wallpaper? For me, it all de- pends on how often I come across a new one that I like, or how long it takes me to get tired of my current one. So, are you sick of your cur- rent background and you wanna change to something a bit more sexy? If your answer is yes, maybe the slide show below can give you some inspiration. Also, please let me know if you find anything you like and see if I can make your 'dream-wallpaper' come true!

Thursday, February 08, 2007

Guilty Pleasure...

I have a clean shaved face, therefore I will prefer my man to be completely clean shaved as it makes his lips more attractive to get to and the skin is soft to touch. However, a face with stubbly facial hair will never do any harm. Take Brodie from Bukbuddies as an example, other than his stubbed face, I am totally in love with his sexy blue eyes. Seriously, this is the kind of boy that I'd love to snuggle up with on a cold winter night (just like tonight). Okay his body is beautiful too and I just settle for crazy monkey sex with him!

As I mentioned before, stallion Brodie is one of the hottest models at Bukbuddies. So don't forget to check out his preview clips HERE, HERE, and HERE plus many more photos HERE, HERE, and HERE. Enjoy!

P.S. By the way, Brodie reminds me a bit of the lovely Chris Evans but without the hairy chest. Do you agree?

The Big Whiteout...

Thank God, it's finally happened! To me, it's always an excitement to wake up in the morning, open the curtain, look out the window and discover the world wrapped softly in white. Although I spent my whole day at work, I managed to build a snowman and had a snowfight with my colleagues. I LOVE SNOW!

Tuesday, February 06, 2007

What It feels...

Is it possible to separate the sex from the sexual orientation?
"Honestly, as far as I know, I'm the only gay virgin in Buffalo," says Michael Empric, 24, who does public relations for the American Red Cross, drinks skim milk, doesn't smoke, loves TiVo and going to the gym, and had been chosen as's 'Hottie of the Day'. Empric dated women before he started coming out during his senior year of college, but he didn't have sex with them. "I never made the connection between the strong feelings I had for men and actually being gay," he says. That is, until he did an inventory of his enthusiasms and started doing the math. "I was like, 'Duh. I like shopping, and watching The Golden Girls. There's a pattern here.'"

The pattern of cultural passions that helped Empric come to understand that he is gay doesn't make him particularly unusual. Gay men and lesbians have used Bea Arthur, Barneys sales, mullet haircuts, and U-Haul trucks as touchstones of sexual identity for decades. But for gay people in previous generations, mastery of this pattern has generally been a by-product of sexual experience, a post-coital code learned in order to mark oneself as a member of the tribe. The reason they learned the code wasn't primarily to take on a gay or lesbian identity, it was to meet people with whom to have sex.

Recently, however, much of America has become increasingly fluent in gay culture, and that's helped a new generation of gay men and lesbians to come out and, in some cases, spend years developing a highly articulated gay identity without having sex. This, of course, raises a couple questions: How do you know you're gay if you haven't had sex? And what constitutes virginity for gay people? In other words, is a gay man a virgin if he's had only oral sex?

These questions lead fairly quickly to lexical problems on the order of explaining what your definition of 'is' is. Gay virginity is a highly unstable concept, and gay people who call themselves virgins often change their definition of the term as they proceed with sexual exploration. For Eric, a 24-year-old administrative assistant in San Francisco, virginity is correlated with desire. "I define virginity as not going to the furthest level that you want to go to," he says. "I consider myself a virgin because I haven't had anal sex, even though I want to." His gay virginity exists on a sliding scale, he explains. "There was a time a few years ago when I had no desire to have anal sex and I had done everything I wanted to do, so I didn't consider myself a virgin. At that point I didn't want to have anal sex. Now I do, yet I have not, so I consider myself a virgin again."

Going further, many would argue that the term 'virginity' itself is useless to gay people. A spokesperson for the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center says no one on his medical or mental health staff has anything to say on the topic: "It's not a subject that has really come up for us." The center's executive director, Lorri Jean, adds, "I don't think that most people's gay identity is based on the sexual act. We are what we are, whether we're doing it or not."

Still, some lesbians and gay men believe they've successfully adapted the term to their own experiences. And they're practically unanimous in their decision to use 'virginity' as a figurative description of isolation, the disappearance of which occurs when true intimacy is found.

Meanwhile, in Buffalo, Michael Empric is still waiting, for reasons that are perfectly clear to him. "I think many gay people seek happiness through relationships and having sex," he says. "I wanted to figure out who I was outside the context of a relationship, and being a virgin has forced me to become comfortable with myself."

Sunday, February 04, 2007

Thursday, February 01, 2007

The Naked Wizard...

It looks as though 'Harry Potter' has hung up his robes, at least until filming of the next movie begins.

Daniel Radcliffe is shedding his child actor image quicker than a golden snitch. He's currently in rehearsals for the West End revival of Equus, which also stars his 'Potter' co-star Richard Griffiths. The play is a decidedly more adult endeavor than his previous work. It tells the story of stable boy Alan Strang, who savagely blinds six horses with a metal spike and is sent to a psychiatrist. He reportedly will appear naked, having an orgasm while riding a horse, and have a sex scene in the play! Well, it sounds more like a softcore porn to me and I don't think my cousin's parents will be very impressed by that.

Here's a look at a grown-up Daniel, who begins performances in Equus on Feb 16 and makes his official West End debut on Feb 26.

Just Wanna Say...

I wanna say a BIG THANK YOU for all your support in the first month of 2007. It is always a great pleasure to see your comments, so please guys, keep them coming! Until then, just relax and enjoy the pleasure that I shall offer. Cheers!

I don't believe you know me, although you know my name.
I don't believe the faults I have are only mine to blame.
I don't believe in magic, is only in the mind.
I don't believe I'd love somebody just to pass the time.
But I believe in you.
And I believe in you.