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Wednesday, 30 September 2009

Hot models: Chad White from DNA

Our 1 year wedding anniversary is this Oct 3rd. :-)

Ed Westwick's Shirtless Homme Cover

'Gossip Girl' star Ed Westwick is on the cover of the Fall/Winter issue of Arena Homme Plus.

Westick, a Brit who plays the American billionaire scion Chuck Bass on the show, shows off some of his many tattoos in the process.

Check out the Twilight saga "New Moon" movie posters

Gay Games 2014: See What City Is Hosting Them

 , September 29, 2009 | 5:11:44 PM (EST)

On Tuesday, the Federation of Gay Games announced Cleveland as their chosen city to host the 2014 games. The Gay Games, started in San Francisco in 1982, is the world's largest specifically gay sporting and cultural event.

"The City of Cleveland is prepared to roll out the welcome mat to the LGBT athletes, their families and spectators from around the world," said Cleveland Mayor Frank G. Jackson. "Fans of the Gay Games will find that Cleveland is a great place to celebrate sports and culture and that we have tremendous assets and amenities for them to enjoy. The sports and cultural environment here is truly a uniquely Cleveland experience, one they will cherish for years to come."

Full press release below:

Cologne, Germany [29 September 2009] -- The city of Cleveland, Ohio, USA, has been chosen by the Federation of Gay Games (FGG) to host the 2014 Gay Games.

The announcement by the FGG comes after a year-long site selection process that culminated in formal presentations by bidding cities to the FGG Membership Assembly meeting this week in Cologne, Germany, site of the 2010 Gay Games. Boston, Massachusetts, USA, and Washington, D.C., USA were the other two finalists.

"Cleveland demonstrated to the Federation of Gay Games that they understood the mission of the Gay Games and our principles of "Participation, Inclusion, and Personal Best," said Kurt Dahl (Chicago) and Emy Ritt (Paris), FGG Co-Presidents. "We were highly impressed by the facilities and infrastructure, the widespread community sport, their financial plan and the city's experience in hosting large scale sports and cultural events."

"The City of Cleveland is prepared to roll out the welcome mat to the LGBT athletes, their families and spectators from around the world," said Cleveland Mayor Frank G. Jackson. "Fans of the Gay Games will find that Cleveland is a great place to celebrate sports and culture and that we have tremendous assets and amenities for them to enjoy. The sports and cultural environment here is truly a uniquely Cleveland experience, one they will cherish for years to come."

"We are extremely honoured and pleased that Cleveland has been selected to host the 2014 Gay Games," said W. Doug Anderson, spokesperson for Cleveland Synergy Foundation, the bidding organization. "It is truly a privilege to continue Dr. Tom Waddell's legacy and vision in our city -- an extremely enthusiastic sports town - where the guiding principles of personal best, inclusion and participation are held dear. We are also pleased to be considered and selected from among two of the greatest cities in the world -- Boston and Washington, D.C. -- and greatly appreciate the support of both cities as Cleveland hosts the Gay Games in 2014."

The Gay Games is a quadrennial sports and cultural festival founded in 1982 by Olympic decathlete Dr. Tom Waddell. Drawing as many as 12,000 participants, more than the Olympics, Gay Games have been held in San Francisco (1982, 1986), Vancouver (1990), New York (1994), Amsterdam (1998), Sydney (2002), and Chicago (2006). The 2010 Gay Games (www.games-cologne.com) will take place in Cologne, Germany, from 31 July to 7 August 2010.

Cleveland's 2014 Gay Games IX Sports & Cultural Festival is scheduled to take place 9 to 16 August 2014. The 8-day event will feature 30 sports, 4 cultural events, an Opening and Closing Ceremony and community and cultural events throughout the Cleveland metropolitan area. Gay Games generate $50 to $80 million in estimated local economic impact in additional to significant ongoing travel and tourism visibility benefits for the host city.

The announcement was carried live worldwide via webcast. A recording of the announcement can be viewed "on demand" at http://www.livestream.com/2014GayGames.

Tuesday, 29 September 2009

Club Montage reunion in San Diego

Here we are with Stud DJ Brett Hendrickson of Masterbeat.com

Sea of boys on the dance floor

Billboard recording artist Erin Hamilton performed for everyone, isn't she hot

Us with her right after her performance. It's super hot in there

Special guest Marcellas Reynolds joins us...

For our No H8 Party & anniversary event.

Hottie of the day

Yummy Taylor Lautner In interview Magazine

Monday, 28 September 2009

Robert pattison shirtless

You be the judge. Are those real abs or painted on abs with makeup?

Thursday, 24 September 2009

The Genius Behind Beyonce's Single Ladies

Beyonce's Moment

The Daily Beast
Kanye West hijacked MTV last week to declare that Beyonce's "Single Ladies" is the greatest video of all time. Here's the story behind it and its 20-year-old choreographer.
Kanye West’s infamous tantrum at last week’s MTV Video Music Awards is now the stuff of pop culture legend (or at least a major Internet meme). But many have forgotten the real reason West interrupted Taylor Swift’s acceptance speech to begin with: to champion Beyoncé’s “Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It)” music video. Or, in Kanye’s words, “Yo Taylor, I’m really happy for you and I’mma let you finish, but Beyoncé had one of the best videos of all time.”

All eye-rolling at West’s juvenilia aside, the “Single Ladies” video—with its Bob Fosse inspiration and sassy hip thrusts—is an iconic piece of work. When the single, black and white shot of Beyoncé (as her alter-ego Sasha Fierce) swiveling, dipping, and brandishing a single golden glove hit the Internet on October 13, 2008, it became nothing less than a dance phenomenon (a feat perhaps only matched by Los Del Rio’s “Macarena” in the late ‘90s). Amateurs re-created the moves on YouTube, Justin Timberlake spoofed it on Saturday Night Live, and on tonight’s episode of FOX’s comedy Glee, the “Single Ladies” choreography drives the entire plot line from start to finish (think football players doing booty slaps).
And we have choreographer JaQuel Knight to thank. Knight conceived of the video’s moves when he was only 19, thanks to a lucky break in a Los Angeles audition. Originally from North Carolina, Knight caught choreographer Frank Gatson’s eye in a try-out for a Michelle Williams video in early 2008. Gatson (the favored choice of Beyoncé and Britney Spears) was so taken with Knight’s dancing that he asked him to co-choreograph Williams’ video rather than star in it. Knight heard from Gaston again a few months later. “Frank called me up and said he wanted me for a new Beyoncé song,” Knight says in an interview. “But he said he couldn’t send it to me on e-mail and I had to fly to New York that night.”
Knight is in New York again, but this time under very different circumstances. He is at Alvin Ailey studios to teach a packed master class. (“I love to come back and teach the youth,” he says, though he can count most of his students as peers.) Today, he’s teaching a combination to a track off of (Beyoncé’s husband) Jay-Z’s new Blueprint 3, an aggressive dance that draws heavily on step dancing, krumping, and cocky hand gestures. It is his own style, but a change from the plucky, girl power swagger of “Single Ladies,” a fact Knight attributes to Beyoncé’s unwavering vision.
“When we were filming ‘Single Ladies,’ Beyoncé and the two other girls told me I nearly killed them rehearsing for it,” says Knight.
“B. definitely knows what she wants,” laughs the young dancer, who arrived with a sizeable entourage that included Gatson and his mother. “I don’t know if people know that, but she always knows what she wants and she usually gets it. She saw this clip—the Bob Fosse—which he choreographed from the Ed Sullivan Show with Gwen Verdon, and she said, ‘I want to do this,’ just plain and simple. So between us, we started to dream up a lot of social steps that you might do at a party. She’s from Houston and I was raised in Atlanta, so we thought a lot of the dirty South. Like, ‘What would your little cousin do?’ or ‘What would your auntie do at the cookout?’ It got real country and dirty. That butt slapping move is pure Auntie Joanna, at the family reunion.”
After the video took off, Knight’s career did the same—he choreographed Beyoncé’s “Diva” video and 2009 tour, the 2009 American Idol tour, The Dream’s 2009 tour, and select numbers from Britney Spears' latest “Circus” tour. Next up: A film project with Cher and Christina Aguilera. He has even reached the coveted status of being able to turn down major work. He had to say no to Whitney Houston’s big comeback video this summer. “I know, who turns down Whitney, right? But I was tuckered out. I’m in rehearsals for the film and there’s no time to do anything!”

Check out "Glee's" Single Ladies Dance

I'm a big fan on "GLEE" on FOX. It's a great show and very cute/funny! Here's a short video of them dancing to Beyonce's Single Ladies.

Here's some of the Musical Numbers:

First HIV Vaccine Helps Prevent AIDS infection

From Huffingtonpost:

BANGKOK — For the first time, an experimental vaccine has prevented infection with the AIDS virus, a watershed event in the deadly epidemic and a surprising result. Recent failures led many scientists to think such a vaccine might never be possible.

The World Health Organization and the U.N. agency UNAIDS said the results "instilled new hope" in the field of HIV vaccine research, although researchers say it likely is many years before a vaccine might be available.

The vaccine – a combination of two previously unsuccessful vaccines – cut the risk of becoming infected with HIV by more than 31 percent in the world's largest AIDS vaccine trial of more than 16,000 volunteers in Thailand, researchers announced Thursday in Bangkok.

Even though the benefit is modest, "it's the first evidence that we could have a safe and effective preventive vaccine," Col. Jerome Kim told The Associated Press. He helped lead the study for the U.S. Army, which sponsored it with the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

The institute's director, Dr. Anthony Fauci, warned that this is "not the end of the road," but he said he was surprised and very pleased by the outcome.

"It gives me cautious optimism about the possibility of improving this result" and developing a more effective AIDS vaccine, Fauci said. "This is something that we can do."

The Thailand Ministry of Public Health conducted the study. The U.S. Army has long worked with that government and others to develop and test vaccines and medicines to protect troops and the general public.

The study used strains of HIV common in Thailand. Whether such a vaccine would work against other strains in the U.S., Africa or elsewhere in the world is unknown, scientists stressed.

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