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Hello dear MGG readers! Commercial break muna tayo from glistening bodies of macho men ha… I just want to remind everyone regarding my wish for all time: WORLD PEACE. And I would like to invite you to help me spread the same idea. Please read on.

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Smoldering was the word in my mind when I was looking at Ronee Ray de Castro‘s pictures. His is a simple, not overly handsome face, yet it resonates with my idea of great looks. Very Pinoy. Ray (sometimes spelled Rei) joined the Mr. World Philippines this year (but apparently backed out), and is also part of SOP’s Take 5 hunks.

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Welcome to MGG, Hans Montenegro of the Veloso hoolabaloo! He survived the Jojo Veloso issue of yesteryears, and while he’s now gained substantial weight (daddy na!) he is still yummy and desirable. He proves how all things, video embarassments included, “shall pass”…

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(Continued from The Boracay Eyeball 2)

We were on the bus to Caticlan… I cannot remember now how long that bus ride took — was it 3 hours? 2 hours? 1 hour? It seemed like heaven in aeternum, because as the bus went bumping along to Caticlan, Dan was holding my hand.

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McVie writes, answering the oft-repeated question — “So when did you know you are gay?”

Growing up I sensed I was different because, even during grade school, I enjoyed looking at the muscular figures of Superman and Batman—the more realistic and muscular the drawing, the longer I looked. I especially liked how they wore their underwear on the outside and wished they were skimpier… During grade school I joined the theater club, and … found myself stealing glances at all the cute guys with big bodies when they were changing into or out of their costumes. While waiting for my parents to pick me up after school, I would research about “homosexuality” in the library. All the books said that everyone goes through a homosexual stage. By high school I had my first serious crush. By college I had my second and longest-running crush. By fourth year I told myself, “This is going on much too long to just be a ‘stage’ so maybe I’m gay.”

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How about you — when did you know you’re gay? (Or, maybe till now you’re still confused? Hehehe!)

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The Independent Filmmakers’ Cooperative of the Philippines and Robinsons Galleria Movieworld – Ortigas bring back the landmark movies “Duda/doubt” (2002) and “Bathhouse” (2003), the first and second independent full length digital video movies to be shown in local commercial cinema venues in their original video format.

IFC presents “Con-queer-ing INDIE SINE: The Queer Cinema of Cris Pablo” which is a double feature screening of Duda and Bathhouse on March 28, 29, 30, 31, April 1, 2, 3, 4, 9, 10.

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I was at Bar Uno last night to watch the Grand Finals of its “Wild, Wild Wet” model competition with a twist. Thank you to Josh, an MGG reader, for sending in photos. Another reader who wishes to remain anonymous sent in some delicious photos as well. I think the ultimate winner (JV) and the 1st runner up (Xavier) both deserved to win, although I would have chosen Xavier to win the top plum, and JV as the 1st runner up. But past is past! Let’s just enjoy these two hunks’ photos!

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Special Announcement: Calling all Pinoy Gay Bloggers!

Add your blog to the Pinoy Gay Blogs Listing at PinoyGayBlogs.com. This way, more people can find your blog easier (this means more traffic to your site). This will also form and encourage a gay blogging community that helps improve the positive presence of gays in the blogosphere.

Let’s help each other! Mabuhay tayong lahat!

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Alizon Andres is one of the candidates in this year’s Century Superbods. He twice joined the auditions for Starstruck, that GMA 7 reality-based show for new actors but never made the cut. Would Alizon be luckier this time around? What do you think?

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Gay fantasies for the straight guy (ha, ano daw?) — but anyway, this is how they describe Pantasya, a new digital feature from Brillante Mendoza. Pantasya is a compilation of five episodes that all deal with the wildest gay fantasies involving “men in uniform.” — translated as the -er types. The actions take place round the clock with each episode segueing to the next as follows:

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