Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Two Male Models' Heroic Rescue In Central Park; Diesel: Make Love Not Walls; Italy's Anti-Discrimination Head and Gay Sex Club Scandal

Two Male Models' Heroic Rescue In Central Park 

This is really amazing. Of course the gay presses have to label these two as "hot" male models, focusing more on their looks than what they actually did to save 7 young lives. But we know better, and that's the most important thing.

These guys are heroes.

Bennett Jonas of California and Ethan Turnbull of Australia are models signed with Soul Artist Management. They were skateboarding near the pond on Monday evening when they saw the kids, who had been dancing on top of the ice, fall through.

“I look over, I saw six heads just trying to get to the shore,” Jonas says. “The back one was probably a good 20 yards from dry land.”

You can check that out here.


Diesel: Make Love Not Walls

The only reason I'm posting about this is because I love Diesel Jeans.

I'm not getting political, and I don't think jeans should be political.

They're jeans. Nothing more, nothing less.

Of course Diesel are highly over-priced jeans, and they are exploiting gays in the process, but it's hard to look bad in a pair of Diesel jeans.

The fashion company debuted a short video by acclaimed artist/photographer/videographer David LaChapelle featuring the shirtless and tattooed Ukrainian ballet dancer Sergei Polunin tossing flowers over a border wall. On the other side, a few people throw them back over, then begin climbing and breaking through the wall, leaving a cartoon-like hole in the shape of a heart.

You can check out the rest here.

It's a high school-ish parody of an old slogan, and there's really nothing earth-shattering about this...other than the fact that it's about Diesel jeans.

Italy's Anti-Discrimination Head and Gay Sex Club Scandal

This one's rich. They guy who is in charge of anti-discrimination in Italy got caught with his proverbial hand in the gay cookie jar, and there was a scandal.

Get your smelling salts...

Reuters reported Monday that Francesco Spano, the head of Italy’s National Office Against Racial Discrimination (UNAR), has resigned after The Hyenas, an investigative news show, claimed that the anti-discrimination office funneled 55,000 euros to three gay venues that offer male sex workers and dark rooms for sexual encounters.

Here's the rest. 









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