Some readers think that the photo of Dingdong’s pointy thing which I published recently, was all my doing with the help of some Photoshop Magic.
Five days have passed since the poll started, and from 297 votes (as of writing), here are the leading contenders for our Gays’ Choice – Hunk Of The Year 2006!
ZANJOE MARUDO – 13% of the votes
ENCHONG DEE – 11%
DENNIS TRILLO – 9%
ALFRED VARGAS – 8%
ANDREW WOLFF – 8%
The votes have been very fragmented and spread out – as you can see even our top contenders each have very small percentages of the votes, and very close to each other. This just means the results can still change, given that we’re just 5 days past this 14-day poll.
So, if you have not yet, do cast your vote NOW! (See sidebar for the HOTY ballot.)
How cute!!! So brotherly! That’s Cosmo hunk Edward Mendez for you (and for me na rin please!). Now why wet hunk?
Gay blogger Mandaya Moore writes:”Dumiretso ako ng kwarto. Gusto kong maiyak pero ewan ko at bakit di ako naiyak. Mas gusto kong maiyak nang nakita ko ang mga hangers sa kama. Inuwi na ni Kulot lahat ng gamit niya. Tiningnan ko rin ang mga nakatuping pambahay niya, wala na rin. Totoo na ito. Hiniwalayan ako ni Kulot. (Kulot is his boyfriend of 5 years.) Di na ako naghapunan. Nagkulong ako ng kwarto. Nakahiga. Depressed pero di maiyak. Sa isip ko, limang taong mauuwi sa wala.”
What can I say?
Many opinions float when the question about befriending an ex-boyfriend is asked. A lot of those I’ve heard and read hinge their answer on the nature of the break-up. If the break-up is good, why not, they say. If the break-up is bad, why bother? Break-ups are, more often than not, bad. Thus it follows that most ex-boyfriends end up strangers to each other.
McVie reviews gay-themed movies Trick and Drift, and he says:
Iâ€™m glad I watched both films. Trick puts a smile on your face, while Drift puts that smile in its proper place.
Go to his blog and read it in full… as you read it, expect his usual witty self talking. I’ve seen Trick but not Drift. I should run to Top and Bottom in Malate and get a copy of Drift. And if you are in the US, it’s just a click away to Amazon!
Can’t wait for Zsazsa Zaturnnah ze movie! It’s part of this year’s Metro Manila Film Festival, along with 8 other locally produced movies. For those who have not heard about Zsazsa Zaturnnah, here’s an intro for you:
Zsazsa Zaturnnah tells the story of Ada, a cynical resident of a small provincial town, who gains superhuman abilities through a stone that falls from the heavens. With the ability to transform into the voluptuous and powerful Zaturnnah, Ada defends his hometown from dangerous otherworldly threats. Adding color to this simple tale is the fact that Ada is a homosexual, proprietor of his own quaint beauty salon. Joining him in his extraordinary adventure is his frilly-mouthed assistant Didi and his secret love Dodong.
What started as a comic book is now a movie! Did you know how the Zsazsa concept was conceived? And how the movie was put together? Watch this 8-minute video
Do you have a well-kept secret? Maybe something deep and dark? Maybe shameful and sinful? Here’s a site where you can anonymously pour out your gay secrets. And read some as well! I invite you to Gay Confessions.