Here are photos of the hunky men you can expect at IC Mendoza’s sexy fashion show, “Men At Work,” happening tomorrow, December 1, 2007 at Cabin Bar along Tomas Morato, Quezon City.
Arvin Macu is the Photographers’ Choice Awardee in the Mr. and Ms. Bodyshots 2007. Enjoy his yummy abs!
How are you? I’m an avid reader of manilagayguy.net. This blog helps a lot of gay people to share information and stories. This really makes you one of the best things that happened to the Filipino gay community.
Anyway I’m writing to you to share my own story and I wish to seek for your personal advice as I know that you are a very reasonable person with sound judgment. My story started when I was 13 years old. During that time I already knew that I was gay. Nobody knows within my family and circle of friends. I was invited by one of my cousins to attend a birthday party in their house. He was 21 years old that time. After the party, I told my cousin that I needed to go home since my curfew was 10pm. He told me that it was better that I stayed overnight as it was not safe anymore to go home. In short I spent the night in their house.
The Crazy/Beautiful IC Mendoza requested to post this event here, so here goes:
Men At Work – The Sexy Fashion Show
Feel the heat this December for a huge and hunky event! Come and join us at Cabin Bar and Restaurant on Saturday, Dec.1, 9pm for an exciting and sexy all-male bikini/underwear fashion show with special celebrity guests and hot male models. Strapping men dressed in fantasy working attire strip down to their skivvies and beyond for an arousing visual extravaganza.
Photos up ahead.
Have you noticed the cool evening breeze? December is almost here! Christmas is my favorite season. It inspires happy, happy thoughts. And as we start the Christmas rush, I encourage everyone to wish with me:
Here’s my lifelong wish, my grown-up Christmas list, not for myself, but for a world in need: No more lives torn apart; That wars would never start; And time would heal all hearts; Every man would have a friend; That right would always win; And love would never end. This is my grown-up Christmas list.
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A good friend sent me an SMS recommending to watch this film “No Night Is Too long” — the entire movie available in YouTube (chopped up in 11 parts) and Google Video (all-in-one). I have not seen it but seems a promising watch. Go grab it online and see if it is worth the bother. No Night is Too Long is a 1994 novel by British writer Ruth Rendell, written under the name Barbara Vine.
Here is an interesting conversation piece I managed to use in a recent date: in a bar or similar environment, when you spot a guy that tickles your fancy, do you make the first move (meaning, you approach the guy and introduce yourself) or do you wait to be approached (maybe signal a smile but stay put and wait)? My date and I had such an interesting conversation around it that I thought maybe we can use it as another point of colorful discussion among us here in MGG. Do you make the first move? Or do you wait to be approached? How has been your experience?
In Ramone Johnson’s blog, he says:
Making the first move is a bold step; yet one that gets easier after each approach. A vast majority of guys like to be the ones hit on first: It shows confidence on the part of the one making the first move and it eases the tensions of possible rejection. The probability of rejection is far less when a guy is the one approached, as opposed to the other way around. And the probability of finding a man increases when you take the initiative instead of sitting back and waiting for them to approach you first. [Source]
Share your thoughts, and regale us with your stories of “approaching” or “being approached” — what do you recommend?
Eri Neeman is half-German, but past the Jewish nose, this boy is all Pinoy. Born in Manila and raised in Pampanga, this five-eleven, self-confessed romantic can cook a killer tomato penne, run while shooting a spiel, and also has a disturbing tendency to sing in the shower and parade through beaches in very small swimming trunks.
Ria, the woman letter sender of that previous post “My husband has a rich gay lover” responds after the overwhelming deluge of advice from our dear MGG readers. Let us all wish Ria the best, may she be blessed with strength to get through her current situation. (And for all of us who are privileged with knowing Ria’s story, gay men or straight men and women readers of MGG, may this be a reminder that the choices we make, the actions we take, impact other people and the world around us. Keep world peace in our hearts!)
I never expected that my letter will be published that fast. Thank you for your kind words and from your readers. Please, please, extend my heartfelt gratitude for their thoughts and for the advice that they gave. I just read their comments and I must say that I am overwhelmed.