Of all the posts I've done on full frontal male nudity in pop culture, from films to television, none have ever been able to compare to this, and none ever will. It was so spontaneous, and so innocent, I don't think I could love Lenny Kravitz more than I do right now.
I've always heard wonderful things about Kravitz because we rented our guest apartment out to his excellent piano player one year, George Laks. Laks was one of our best tenants ever. I loved listening to him rehearse on weekends. But aside from everything else, from what I've seen on Twitter, Kravitz handled the awkward situation like a true professional.
During a show in Europe, while he was wearing tight leather pants, Kravitz made a quick move, squatted down on stage, and the leather pants ripped and his penis fell out. And a magnificent sight it was to behold.
You can check out the photos here on the OMG blog, or see a video of it here.
I've been waiting for this film, Stonewall, for a while. I'm not old enough to know anything first hand about Stonewall. I'm not really old enough to know much the worst days of the AIDS crisis. I only know what I've read or seen in TV documentaries. Of course Stonewall was pre-AIDS, however, many believe it set off the movement for modern day gay liberation. I know there are conflicting opinions on this. Some claim it was a club in LA that sparked the movement. But since Stonewall gets the most attention and I'm no expert, Stonewall fascinates me.
a fictional young man caught up during the 1969 Stonewall riots. Danny Winters (Jeremy Irvine) is forced to leave behind friends and loved ones when he is kicked out of his parent’s home and flees to New York. Alone in Greenwich Village, homeless and destitute, he befriends a group of street kids who soon introduce him to the local watering hole The Stonewall Inn; however, this shady, mafia-run club is far from a safe-haven. As Danny and his friends experience discrimination, endure atrocities and are repeatedly harassed by the police, we see a rage begin to build. This emotion runs through Danny and the entire community of young gays, lesbians and drag queens who populate the Stonewall Inn and erupts in a storm of anger. With the toss of a single brick, a riot ensues and a crusade for equality is born.
You can check out the rest here. Interesting to note there are no comments here. I guess it's not sensational enough to spark a shitstorm...like say, Donald Trump's hair.
Clay Aiken on Donald Trump
Speaking of Donald Trump...I never get political here and I'm not going to start now. I want readers to know there's a place where they can go that's not political. I'm just stating the facts.
Clay Aiken, a former American Idol contestant, who is openly gay and ran for office in his home state last year, commented on Donald Trump possibly breaking the two party system. My only comment is that I almost did need smelling salts to get through this.
‘I think he has a really great opportunity even if he doesn’t win the Republican nomination to do something I think the country has needed for a long time, which is to try to break this stranglehold of the two-party system,’ Aiken, an openly gay Democrat, tells Billboard.com.
‘I kind of hope he decides to stick with it and maybe give people another option outside of the Republicans and Democrats.’
You can read the rest here.
So far there's only one comment, but I have feeling there will be more. I think I know this guy who commented, too, from social media. The comment begins with, "Clay, how much of a moron are you?" and devolves from there.
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