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In last Wednesday’s infamous radio show of DJ Mo Twister (Magic 89.9’s Good Times with Mo), Borgy Manotoc spills the beans for the ultra-famous Big Brother housemate Sam Milby.

DJ Mo: Who are you going to tell this to: “Dude, we all know you’re gay, admit it!”
Borgy: Sam Milby!

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Here’s an interesting email I received today, and I feel those readers who are in gay relationships (and those aspiring to be in one) would find it inspiring. The reader shares how he bumped into this blog, and found past articles dealing with gay relationships — then he intimates about his 7.5-year relationship with his partner that ends with “While writing this, I realize I love him now more than ever…and I want to grow old with him.” O, san ka pa? Hahaha! Read na!

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The gay crowd seems to be a dying breed among Bassilica‘s audience. I was there with some friends recently and at one particular moment while all the okrayan hullabaloo was happening on stage, I noticed how the place has gone the same path as Laffline, Punchline, and similar establishments: the Bassilica crowd has evolved to mostly women and their occasional menfriends. How about the predominantly gay audience of Bassilica?

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diet.jpg How laudable, how lovable this hunky Diether Ocampo! Diether willingly stripped for an ad campaign of the People for Ethical Treatment of Animals, more commonly known as PETA Asia Pacific, concerning their animal advocacy. (Click thumbnail to enlarge.)

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Have you ever experienced embarrassment, or seen someone get embarrassed, for a sudden burst of gayness? Like for instance, while walking along the aisles of your office with your super manly (pa-mhin-ta) gait when suddenly you accidentally slip on something and yell well within everyone’s earshot, “Ay pukengkang!” Or while in a queue for movie tickets in a mall, you spot a mega-delicious man, and while lusting over him and gazing dazed you hear him suddenly shriek mega-decibels as another hunk passes by. Soooo momentous!

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It seems that the most popular vignette in Viva’s Provoq Voyeur Video is Chester Nolledo’s College Boy. Due to insistent public demand, I bring you more sizzling photos of Chester. He may not be as buff as the others in Provoq, but he definitely has the most outstanding charisma. Ladies and gents, the Manila Gay Guy presents… Chester Nolledo!

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Maxi

Maximo Oliveros, ang bading na dalaginding, does it once again!

“Ang Pagdadalaga ni Maximo Oliveros” was nominated for Best Foreign Film at the 22nd Independent Spirit Awards — a first for RP cinema. The Independent Spirit Awards is the independent films’ version of the Oscars. It honors movies produced on small budgets of less than $20 million. Auraeus Solito, the director of “Maximo,” is up against the following films and their respective directors: “12:08 East of Bucharest” (Romania), Corneliu Porumboiu; “Chronicle of an Escape” (Argentina), Israel Adrian Caetano; “Days of Glory” (France/Morocco/Algeria/Belgium), Rachid Bouchareb; and “The Lives of Others” (Germany), Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck. The winner will be announced on Feb. 24, 2007. Good luck, Aureaus!

Compound is an independently produced film by Will Fredo, exhibited at the 2006 Cinemalaya Film Festival. It will be shown on December 9, 2006, Saturday at 4:00 PM (updated:) January 16, 2007, Tuesday. Robinson’s Galleria, Ortigas. Ticket Prize 120php 100php (Strictly Adults).

Tension arises in the compound, sexual couplings get into a frenzy, and just when you know where the story is heading, the director expertly reinvents the story resulting in a gripping thriller with a most unexpected ending that leaves the audience breathless.

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Here’s a synopsis for Compound

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Guess whose washboard abs this is…

Prince Harry

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In a few days, this site will be turning 100 days! Time flies so fast when one is enjoying. How will we celebrate this blog’s 100th day? Your suggestions are welcome!