In the new issue of the UK mag Gay Times, editor Tom Bishop asks the burning question about whether homos aren’t over-exposing themselves online (you think?). A little survey seems to have been done by British business network Viadeo last year regarding employers use of social networking sites in doing background checks on potential employees, and yes, they most certainly are.
Of more than 600 UK employers questioned by business network Viadeo last year, one in five admitted using the internet to search for personal information about job applicants. Of those, 59% said what they found had influenced their decision.
This is similar news to what appeared this piece from two years back about recent college grads in the NYT, and isn’t really news to us. We would advise setting some privacy settings on your photos, and maybe not even showing your face on places like Manhunt at all, lest you not get that big job at Hung, Stroaket & Doomey, or worse, lest your tasteless ass show up someday on Lurid Digs or Hunters and Gatherers.
A source has leaked details to The Sword about a new fucky fucky extension that will not be beholden to any of Apple's pearl-clutching restrictions.
I don't take sex seriously enough to commit to a Master/slave dynamic, so instead I'll just read this new blog written by a 39-year-old British sub slut named Fang.
1. You know it's a leather orgy when everyone takes a moment between foreplay and fucking so they can put their clothes back on.
When I discovered that a friend of mine trims his chest hair, I told him to think of the children in Africa who have no chest hair to shave in the first place. Now I've found a fur-obsessed Photoshopper who is helming the good fight against body shavers everywhere.
The hypothesis: you can put a shitload of condoms on a dildo. The conclusion: you can put a shitload of condoms on a dildo.