Tune in on Saturday, July 16, 2016, 8 PM at http://fb.com/loveyourself.ph
Advocacy group, LoveYourself, Inc., in partnership with HIVOS and City Government of Mandaluyong, brings an exceptional beauty pageant with a purpose to spread awareness on HIV/AIDS to targeted populations, including males who have sex with males (MSMs) and the youth.
The “Mr. and Ms. Fratpad 2015” banks on promoting self-worth, while fostering unity and camaraderie among LGBT sub-communities to achieve a common goal of preventing and ending misconceptions on HIV/AIDS in the country.
Interestingly, the 21 candidates of the pageant are all biologically males, in which eleven (11) contestants are confidently donning as hunks, while the ten (10) others are courageously draping as beauties.
The Sacred Band of Thebes was an ancient greek army composed entirely of gay men.
As Sebastian Castro told Philippine Star on November 4th, 2013: “It was believed that if you fought next to the person you loved, you would fight much harder to keep them alive. This led the generals to have the lovers fight alongside one another in battle. I can’t think of anything more beautiful — beautiful and sexy… I love the idea of dragging my followers, or any LGBT for that matter, into this world where you are fighting with, fighting for and possibly dying for the one you love. The ultimate message: You belong. Two words gay kids don’t hear enough and don’t feel enough. ”
Here’s THEBAN, Sebastian Castro’s newest music video.
Sebastian Castro, star of the phenomenal YouTube hit â€œBubble,â€ talks about HIV in our new chic and cheeky instructional video entitled,”Fly Love Yourself: How to Enjoy Sex and Avoid HIV.”
What really is HIV?
How can one stay healthy and HIV-free,
while living a smart and scrumptious sexy life?
This video departs from the clinical approach of talking about the basics of HIV/AIDS. Instead, similar to an airline’s in-flight safety video, Sebastian encourages men to â€œdareâ€ to fly, shows them how to take â€œcareâ€ of themselves during flight, and encourages them to â€œshareâ€ the video with others.
Joining Sebastian is our budding screen couple, Carlito Rosadino Floro Jr. and Javi Bermejo, who also recently starred in Love Yourself’s “Know Your Status” video for Hornet.
Watch this video, have some fun and sexy time, and share away: http://go.loveyourself.ph/FLY
Here’s an article by Justin Huang, who in his blog describes himself this way: “I am 25, Asian, male, gay, overly cocky, popular, insecure, shy, gassy, loudmouthed, promiscuous, guilt-ridden, nonjudgmental, hardworking, goofy, dead serious… Iâ€™m a film editor and a personal fitness trainer in Los Angeles, both of which mean I sit in coffeeshops and gyms a lot trying to look cute.
Those words have been said directly to me many times in my life.
I won’t specify the times I’ve heard others use it, but I hear it on a common basis, especially in the gay community. I used to run with a couple of WeHo boys who regularly tossed it out like daggers to describe complete strangers. When I called them out, when I said that it was unnecessary, that it didn’t make us any prettier, they’d scoff at me. “You were thinking it, too,” they’d always say.
That doesn’t even begin to describe what goes on in my head when I hear that word.
And when I came out, there was no parade celebrating my diverseness. Instead, I entered a subculture that strove even harder to fit in. When a group of individuals grows up with a perpetual reinforcement that we are subhuman, that our emotions are inferior, that our love is dirty, how can you blame us for this? The Adonis factor is not narcissism. It’s self-defense.
I worked so hard to hear that I was attractive. I had something to prove, that I was no longer that sad, effeminate boy doggy-paddling at the shallow end of the pool. So I hit the gym and sculpted my body from obesity to lean muscle. So I built a persona of hypersexual confidence and took an obscene pleasure in breaking hearts. So I went through long periods of promiscuity and drug use when I used my sexuality as validation: “If you fuck me, I exist.”
And I was miserable.
(Read the full article here.)
You go, girl! Love and light to Anne Hathaway!
(From inquirer.net) Actor Tyrone Perez was found dead in an abandoned car at Que Grande in Barangay Ugong, Valenzuela City Thursday (29 December 2011), Radyo Inquirer 990AM reported.