Joe Oppedisano (the fashion editor and photographer behind some of
Lucas Entertainment’s most memorable images, as well as a recent ad
campaign for Manhunt) released a behind-the-scenes video from his recent boxing-themed photo shoot
(video below) featuring real men practicing mixed martial arts.
calender and video are both entitled “Knockout,” which bears a
coincidental similarity to a recent NakedSword-sponsored photoshoot with studio exclusives duking it out.
And we couldn’t forget Falcon International’s 2008 GayVN-winning (and boxing-themed) movie, also named Knockout-it followed a slightly grittier, but also fight-themed release, Brawlers from Mustang. And last year, FPG’s Topdawgs
featured a boxing story line, as well as real MMA fighter RC Ryan for a
little authenticity. The video that first got us hooked on punching,
however, was a few years earlier: Raging Stallion’s Manifesto
featured an extended scene between Remy Delaine and FranÃ§ois Sagat,
whose idea of foreplay was slamming on a bag before slobbering on
Delaine. Of course, Sagat would later go on to dress in a full-body
fishnet stocking-just like real-life boxer Oscar De La Hoya
(allegedly) did in private photos
leaked by a stripper. Like the chicken and the egg (or perhaps
chickenhawk and twink), it all comes full circle! (And we didn’t even have to mention that Jenna Jameson was dating boxer Tito Ortiz.) Either way, we’re up
against the ropes, down for the count and, most of all, cruisin’ for a
It's an interview with Phillip Aubrey: porn star, Spencer Reed's boyfriend, burp fetishist.
The COLT superstars joined a protest in Rome against the Catholic Church in order to make the claim that gay people are not pedophiles. There was a chihuaha involved.
I feel sorry for people with fetishes that can never be realized in real life. Take this Flickr user, who has to make do with his giants fetish using Photoshop.
I'm not one for bragging about intellectual accomplishments (it's something I learned from, you know, graduating with honors from Brown University), but Conner Habib is justifiably excited about his blurb in a book written by Carl Sagan's son.