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International Male brings us “buns,” a brand of underwear from Denmark with a “no-creep” back.
No creeps? That takes all the fun out of it.
Back then the gay’s looked pretty normal…what happened???
I know! Because heteros haven’t changed at all. I don’t know a single straight guy who’d THINK about shaving his chest, and straight women are still mostly feminists who find empowerment through their brains, not their bodies.
I like my hairy chest.
(and you would too :P)
Hello Queerty Team-
Your Stoli ads are still slowing page scrolling/viewing to a crawl – for the third week in a row.
Maybe “Hand in Hand Films” had an office in that building. However the theatre always belonged to CBS. I remember attending a dress rehearsal for the Ed Sullivan Show, back in 1967 and it was a hoot! I had a friend who worked as gopher for the show, he invited me. I met Ed who was a very short, crippled man. He never really portrayed that on screen. That was the reason he had such a stiff posture. Way back in 67, that rehearsal was quite gay. I was surprised that Mr Sullivan was that open minded to what was going on. The Air Force Choir was on that show, and they picked the cutest guys to be in the first row, and camera shots! Also was Lou Rawls who showed up late and demanding. Mr Sullivan told him to take a hike. Couldn’t believe he talked to his guests like that.
@Kenny1948: Ah Kenny, I love your memories! I hope you’ll share more of them here.
I agree :)
The feature length cartoon Gay Purr-ee used to play on TV all the time, I hardly see it anymore. It’s great if you get the chance.
I still own the magazines (After Dark, In Touch, etc.) that the gay and clothing ads appeared in. Oh my…
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