Ryan in the orange shirt came back up from New Orleans to visit my geologist friend Mikey who is hiding behind the rainbow windsocks.I have been trying to get a good pic of Ryan but this is the best one I got of him today.Better luck next time.
They have a DVD set of Dante's Cove that includes Season 1 & 2 plus The Lost Pilot.The Lost Pilot really wasn't lost as they knew where it was all of the time.I am glad they included this third disc.I don't think it would be worth buying on it's own ,but as a added bonus it works for me.It was interesting to me to see the idea for the show at its earliest form and to see how it changed when the series actually aired.The actors are totally changed and maybe for good reason.The acting is so terribly bad,you will love it.It is campy and fun and full of eye candy.
His dick was not particularly long,but it was nice and fat,with a big,proud mushroom head on it.He also had something I particularly like : real low - hanging balls in a roomy sac with lots of wrinkles and folds.
These were 2 of the first guys to get married in San Francisco. Experience Project is the first Social Experience Website; it is a place where members can anonymously read and share stories about the life experiences that matter to them and connect to others that ‘just get it.’ If you click the post title you can go to where the Videos and Pics are being posted.
Cinema Pride and Easy Street Arkansas GLBT Film Festival Saturday, June 28--12PM-10PM Sunday, June 29-- 12PM-9PM Easy Street Piano Bar 307 W. 7th Street Little Rock, Arkansas 72201 For more information contact Amos Lassen at firstname.lastname@example.org There is no charge to attend the festival—donations are happily accepted.
MOVIES AND SCHEDULE Saturday, June 28
12 PM—“The Golden Age of Broadway—a documentary about musical comedies and legendary stars that made Broadway what it is
2PM---“A Portable Tribe”—a documentary about gay men, camping and nudism—ARKANSAS PREMIER
4 PM—“New Men’s Shorts: “Kali Ma”—a mother rakes revenge on her son’s tormentor—very funny— ARKANSAS PREMIER “Flat Mates”—ARKANSAS PREMIER “Secrets”—ARKANSAS PREMIER “Benny’s Gym”- when is it too young to be in love?---ARKANSAS PREMIER “Café con Leite” (You, Me , and Him) From Brazil, two lovers and a little Brother—ARKANSAS PREMIER
6PM—Girl’s Shorts—five Lesbian Short Films—all ARKANSAS PREMIERS “Hung” is unquestionably my favorite film as it is so tongue in cheek. A magic potent allows five girls to be hung for one day. It is obvious what the aim of the day is but it is not easy for the girls to get used to that little something extra. “Members Only” is a look at a girl who just can’t seem to get a date and Amy wonders if she is no longer appealing or is it because she is just not a member? “Hi Maya” is the Swiss film that shows two women starting over on an old romance after a casual meeting in a beauty salon. “Outside” is a futuristic film about loneliness. A young woman who is isolated in a steel bunker in the world of tomorrow faces her fears when she makes contact with an outsider. “Airplanes” is about two young girls who meet and hook up at a carnival but as the day draws to a close their friendship is threatened. The British film, “Can You Take It?” is seen through the eyes of a teenaged girl as she waits in a railroad station and watches a group of strangers who are detained.
8PM—“Eli Parker is Getting Married?”—a comedy by Mark Jones of Memphis who will be out special guest
Sunday—June 29 12PM—“Boystown” –from Spain—a very funny movie about murder and gentrification—ARKANSAS PREMIER
2PM—“Abomination: The Ex-Gay Movement”---a documentary which shows the Truth about ex-gay ministries—ARKANSAS PREMIER
4PM—“2 Minutes Later”—a lesbian and a gay man get together to solve a mystery ARKANSAS PREMIER 6PM—“The Witnesses”—(France)—Techine’s new film about lover in the time of AIDS—ARKANSAS PREMIER
7’30PM— “Pursuit of Equality”—an amazing new documentary about equal Rights—“the unfinished work of American freedom”. ARKANSAS PREMIER
I watched and enjoyed SHELTER last night.I like surfers and skateboarders especially good-looking ones so of course I was going to be drawn to this movie which is set close to the ocean.Zach has a on and off girlfriend and works dead-end jobs to help support his nephew.He has some art talents and wants to pursue them in art school but puts his family especially his nephew before his own desires.His best friends brother comes back to town and he falls unexpectantly in love with a guy.I won't give away the ending but it does come together in a nice way.I really liked the soundtrack also.If you haven't seen it yet do so.