Short Film produced by Underdog Productions (Pty) Ltd in 1995.
Note: This film contains some male nudity, contains material of a gay nature, and may be disturbing to younger viewers. It also contains some fast flash shots.
Written & Directed by Luiz DeBarossProduced by: Marc Schwinges
Starring:Tim: David DucasDave: Gerrie BarnardTim Jnr: Glen FineDave Jnr: Leon WeedKid One: Miguel BarrosKid Tow: Marcus MuddPoliceman One: Carlo GoertzPoliceman Two: Criag KellyMother: Mariana CarrilloSon: Sipho Khuzwago Moyo
Director of Photography: Peter PohorskyProduction Manager: Brendan RiceProduction Assistant: David HeckerFocus Puller: Greg PoissonGrip: Tony Slater
Sound: Jeremy HattinghSound: Ian MillerBoom Operator: Sean Kelly
Senior Make-up Artist: Adrienne CohenMake-Up Artist: Ionka Nel
Runners: Wayne Fick, Paul Hanrahan, Hal Couzens, Bronwyn Vermeulen, Oliver Galloway.
Post Production Advisor: Hal CouzensNon-Liner Editor: Llewelyn Roderick
Executive Producers: Marc Schwinges, Catherine Bester & Charlotte Bauer
18 Types of Sex All Gay Men Should Try At Least Once in their Lifetime
There are so many different ways guys have sex with each other. There’s a lot in between the two extremes of making love to the man of your life, and having a raunchy, anonymous hookup in a bathhouse.
So here are 18 types of sex all gay/bi men should experience (at least once) at some point in their lives!
Ohhhh, that first time you’re with a guy. You’re nervous. You’re confused. It feels so right, yet you think it’s so wrong. All the shame, joy, confusion, and pleasure amalgamating to create an overwhelming emotional overload.
For many of us, the first experience we had with a man wasn’t great. Odds are, we didn’t actually like them that much. (If you did, you’re lucky!) So the first time you have sex with a man you really like (maybe even love) is a pretty phenomenal experience. You think to yourself, „Wow. This is it.“
In my humble opinion, I think this is a rite of passage for every gay man. I think we all need to have some form of cruisy, bathhouse, and/or park experience. The fearful rush is unlike anything you’ve experimented with before.
If you’re like me, the first time you bottomed you did not get what the fuss was about. I was clenching, hadn’t cleaned properly, and honestly had no idea what to do. I also remember being in a lot of pain. A few tries later, when you learn to relax, you finally get what the whole fuss is about, and it starts to feel really, really good.
The first time you have sex with someone who’s f*cking great. He’s sexy. He’s energetic. He knows how to move. And he has you thinking, „What type of garbage sex have I been having for the past X years?“
Who needs Ambien when you have Grindr, am I right? Those nights where you’re having trouble falling asleep, so you invite a guy over. Forty-five minutes later, you’re passed out. Sleeping like a baby.
In order to have sex with a man the first few times, many of us had to get to a point of severe inebriation. It’s obviously very different, and a lot more special, when you first have sex with a man sober.
Makin’ love to the man you love. Life really doesn’t get much better than that.
He smacks your butt hard, or he rests his hands on your throat, applying a little pressure. Your heart speeds up. You feel the rush of exploring something a little kinkier, a little more intense.
Honestly, I think everyone should experience a threesome at least once, at some point in their life. We all need to learn what the fuss is about, and why two heads (pun intended) are better than one.
Summer camp is literally the most homoerotic space to have ever existed. Just a bunch of hormonal guys, some closeted, some straight, but all confused about their sexuality, bunking together and exploring each other’s bodies.
When you get to experience drunk sex that’s actually amazing. You somehow have more energy and feel like a goddamn rock star. Everything feels so good.
That drunk sex that is absolutely awful. We’ve all had it. (Some of us more than we care to admit.) You can’t get hard. You feel gross. Your bodies don’t seem to be connecting at all. Literally, the worst. You might be asking why I think every gay men should experience this. Fair question! I think it’s important for us to have a couple mediocre sexual experiences, so we can appreciate the good ones.
There’s something unbelievably hot about having sex with someone in a foreign country. (When it’s a local in that county, that makes it even better.) Not sure why this is the case, but man-oh-man, it is.
When you sleep with a guy who’s 20 years your senior, and you’re like, „Woah, practice DOES make perfect!“
When 20 years later the tables have turned, and you’re showing the ropes to a newly out gay/bi man, helping him live out his daddy fantasy.
It’s another rite of passage that will inevitably happen. What do you expect? You’re poking around in someone’s butt. The first time this happens you’re definitely a little freaked out. But by the 10th time, you literally could not care less.
Had to end the slideshow on an uplifting note! It’s not even the physical act of sex that’s good; it’s the fact that you’re doing it with the man you love. It’s pure intimacy.
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Meeting gay guys is hard. First you have to determine if the guy you’re interested in is gay or straight. Then you have to approach him and strike up a conversation. And that’s assuming you have the confidence to walk up to an attractive stranger. Take some time to build up your confidence, and before you know it walking up to that cute guy at the bar won’t be a problem.
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Picking up a gay man can be intimidating, but if you play it cool, act confident, and be yourself, you’ve definitely got this! Approach guys who interest you with a simple “Hello” or a smile to get a conversation started. After you’ve introduced yourself to a guy, make small talk to get to know him a bit. When you’ve met someone you like, be honest and tell him that you’re into him. If you’re unsure whether he likes you, see if he makes eye contact, which is a sign he’s into you. Once you feel confident he likes you, be direct and ask whether he wants to do something together, like dancing in a club or meeting for coffee. Don’t forget to ask for his phone number so you can stay in touch. For tips on how to follow up with a guy after you’ve got his number, read on!Did this summary help you?YesNo
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There are a ton of beautiful men in Hollywood, but Tinsel Town’s gay elite are some of the most exceptional, because there’s nothing sexier than owning and loving who you are.
For starters, take Queer Eye. The revival was a huge success, resonating with virtually everyone, spreading the message that beauty truly comes from within, regardless of your background, sexuality or gender. In particular, Jonathan Van Ness has emerged from the Fab Five as an activist for queer community — and we can’t forget about his gorgeous hair.
“Coming out can be scary, it also can be completely life affirming, both or neither,” Van Ness said. “Whoever you are & wherever you are in a coming out process you are loved. Even if you don’t know if you’re loved by yourself & by others in a community that are waiting for you.” And now we love him more than ever.
In the music space, Years & Years vocalist Olly Alexander looked amazing on the cover of Paper magazine. In an interview, he hit the nail on the head. “In many ways, this is the very best time to be a gay artist ever,” he said. “We wouldn’t be where we are today without all the gay artists that have come before us and broken down so many barriers. But barriers aren’t gone. Particularly for less privileged members of the queer community. There is this very insidious casual homophobia that exists in the fabric of everything, including the music industry.”
So, let’s take a moment to shine a spotlight on the men of Hollywood who are out and proud — and gorgeous.