Saturday, 29 September 2012

When Size Is Everything!

To serve master - by Ulf.
Dont ask me how this is done. Let's just call it a kind of miracle!
With thanks as always to the superb Ulfian Blogspot.

Thursday, 27 September 2012

Monday, 24 September 2012

Hang Em' Low.

Keroy Snowpaw

It's all in the detail!
I just couldn't help noticing, what has to be a fine piece of personal detailing.
Top marks and top man Keroy Snowpaw!

Sunday, 23 September 2012

Jungle Fever.


Happy Rezday Hotboy

Hotboy

Hotboy

Atreus

Altreus

Altreus


Floyd


Floyd

Floyd

Harden, Sassy and Nar

Keroy

Keroy

Less (is more!)


Less

Less

Less

Less

Uncle Vaan

Uncle Vaan


Uncle Vaan and friends
Four years fresh! Thats Hotboy at his steamy 4th rezday party  deep in the rain forests of Submission, where some of the wild things are.
Happy Rezday Hotboy!

Saturday, 22 September 2012

Messy.

Wank - by Bodylounger
More hot images from Bodylounger - see link in the sidebar.

Friday, 21 September 2012

Fall.




With thanks to the beautifully built Trailer Park at Submission.
It's that time of year again - the long summer nights are drawing in, there's a chill in the air.
Stay warm - use those tried and tested survival techniques, just grab a fella and snuggle up.
The trailer park at Floyd Aruns Submission sim has just the right feel for the change of the seasons - beautifully created, not a pixel out of place. Now where's that fella to warm me up?!...

Thursday, 20 September 2012

Tuesday, 18 September 2012

Brave New World.




So, the future is hot! Images from the 'Brave New World' series by Priapus of Milet.

Tom.

By Tom of Finland
The daddy of gay art.

Monday, 17 September 2012

Allan Horsfall (1927-2012)

Allan Horsfall, Atherton's finest. I thought it only appropriate to remember Alan Horsfall here.
A pioneering campaigner for gay rights in the UK and neighbour (coming from the next Lancashire mining village to mine, Atherton). When Allan went public as a founding member of the Campaign for Homosexual Equality, the press expected all hell to break loose in his tightly knit working class home town - in fact the opposite happened, his local community supported him in his down to earth bid for social justice.
Allan raised his head above the parapet at a time when the 'crime' of being gay carried a potential sentence of life imprisonment in the UK. We shouldn't underestimate his bravery and contribution in laying the groundwork for todays more relaxed times.

For more about Allan Horsfall see link below.

The Guardian - Allan Horsfall.