Monday, October 31, 2011

Kim Kardashian Divorce

What a big fucking waste of money for, "Kim's Fairytale Wedding" .

Do you guys know how many starving children could have been fed with that money?

For the amount of money that was spent on the her lavish wedding an entire 3rd world village could have been easily been sent desperately needed shoes 3 fold.

Kim filed for divorce from her 2 month hubby Kris Humphries who was apparently, "blindsided" , by the divorce.

Does anyone else besides me think this marriage was a sham to begin with and another ploy by the Kardashian camp to keep Kim's name in the press?

My bet is that they're going to reconcile and divorce again and more over, this whole affair will be played out on the Kim Kardashian tv show.

Whatever Kim.

Sunday, October 30, 2011

The Pom Pom Guy

I went to the CAL Volleyball game this past Friday with Pacey Williams and the CAL video people put him on the big screen cheering with his pom pom's!

After the game we went to the Castro in SF and I swear to God, somebody came up to him and said, "aren't you the Pom Pom Guy from the volleyball game" ?


Saturday, October 29, 2011

Project Runway Season 9 Winner - Anya Ayoung Chee

Wow, first, congrats to Season 9 winner Anya Ayoung Chee, she parlayed everyone to be the last designer standing.

I hate to sound cliche, but I told you so. Anya was one of my picks early on and if none of you believe me, then you can check any of my previous blogs on Season 9 to see where I stood.

I really did miss seeing Bert Keeter in the finale, I saw his final collection online and was amazed by what he put together but oh well.

There were some great tv moments from tonight's finale like when it came down to the last 2 designers and after all the trash talking Josh said about Anya, it was a classic moment to see the expression on Josh's face when he was declared the runner up contestant.

This also goes back to earlier in the season when Anya won the big 25,000$ challenge and again, Josh came in second to her, to console him in coming 2nd to her, she said, "well, there's still the 100,000$ grand prize" . hahahahhahahahahahahahahahah !!

I don't think Anya meant to be catty but that's how Josh and the rest of Gay America took it.

There was another great tv moment at the end from who else but Josh. His last comment were something like, "Anya did a great job but ..........." . You guys really have to watch the replay to catch that one, maybe having sour grapes should inspire Josh's next collection line.

But yeah, near the end of the finale, the judge's had me, "ooooohhhhhing" , because I knew they were going to pick Anya by their comments and I quote, "I trust Anya" (Nina Garcia) .

And actually, Anya won the Project Runway trifecta this season, she won the 25,000$ challenge, the won the 100,000$ series finale, and plus she won the 10,000$ Project Runway Fan Favorite which she is going to share with PR Season 9 designer Anthony Ryan, so you go girl!

I really liked how Anya gave Heidi Klum props at the end and said, "thank you for believing in me and giving me the confidence to do this" . (paraphrased)

Anya really was this year's underdog, only Anya could have pulled out this win!

Big props to Lifetime to carrying on one of my favorite tv shows!


Thursday, October 27, 2011

Oakland Mayor Jean Quan

Oakland Mayor Jean Quan is not taking full responsibility for the police raid on the #occupyoakland peaceful demonstration. I don't buy her excuse that she didn't know what was going on while she was out of town, Oakland is her city. We all know she blundered on this one and that's why her public disapproval rating is at 60% right now.

Here's Keith Oberman's commentary on how Oakland Mayor Jean Quan handled the situation.

Jon Stewart's response on #occupyoakland

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

#occupyoakland Protest

Earlier the City of Oakland erected a fence around the encampment, where the Oakland Riot police forced the peaceful protestors from their tents with tear gas and rubber bullets.

About 2 hours ago, tonight's protestors took down the steel fence and we all know it's juat a matter of time before the Riot Police team comeback.

For now, the protesters are upbeat and chanting.

Here are some picture courtesy of the East Bay Express, which is a progressive newspaper from Oakland East Bay area.

"Oakland Commune - Oscar Grant Plaza"
Protesters want to rename the Oakland City Plaze after Oscar Grant, who was shot and killed by BART police on New Year's Eve last year.

People pitching tents again in the plaza after they were removed by the Oakland Riot Police.

Monday, October 24, 2011

Bill Withers

It's men like Bill Withers who make me wish I had a pussy, you better work ladies!

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Haskell Indian Nations University

It's been about 8 years since I graduated from Haskell with my B.A. in American Indian Studies and decided to pursue a career in entertainment.

When other former Haskell students hear about what I have been doing, 99% of them usually give me props and then 99% of the other time I have to extend congrats back to them because they're doing just as good if not better.

Most of the Haskell students I went to school with turned out to be Tribal leaders, business leaders, lawyers, environmentalist, teachers, and a few went on to get their doctorate degree's, how fabulous is that?

I really do think my generation lifted the, "party" , reputation Haskell has and showed all the tribal communities across the United States that we were serious about our education and wanted to make a difference.

A long time ago when I attended a tribal college commencement ceremony, the chancellor stressed that she wanted us to come back with success stories so the future generations will have good foot steps to follow.

A lot of us must of have been listening because a lot of us are doing well.

I can't give enough thanks to all the teachers and administration from Haskell who gave us there support.

There is still a lot of dogma associated with Indian families sending their kids to Haskell, most of it has to do with their families not having enough trust or faith in believing their kids will make the right decisions for themselves while at Haskell.

The best analogy I can come up with my whole experience from HINU is that if your kid is a good apple, then you don't have shit to worry about.

Onward Haskell!


Saturday, October 22, 2011

Paris Hilton

Wow, so has anyone heard a peep from Paris Hilton lately?

Poor thang, remember she was the, "it girl" , and no one could walk two steps without hearing her quief.

And what's sad, she gave her fame away to her then gal pal Kim Kardashian. And when Kim had her famous wedding a couple of weeks ago, did anyone see Paris walking around with her poodles, I didn't.

It's easy to see why and how Paris fell out of the limelight, she's born into money which basically means she's lazy and doesn't have to do shit. I guess Paris thinks fame is something that she doesn't have to work for. If Paris was smart, she'd get on the band wagon and start endorsing products like the Kardashians.

Speaking of, the Kardashian clan are hustlers lead by their mama, so for the Kardashians, their celebrity depends on how hard they work and make paychecks, and thats why we've been seeing a lot of them lately.

I hate to make this blog about the Kardashians but I'm sure Paris doesn't mind. Anyhoo, if you guys have noticed, it seems like whenever one of the Kardashian sisters needed a house, they kept filming a reality show until they all had one. The only one not to have a house yet is Rob but I'm sure if he's smart, we'll be seeing a, "Rob and Scott take Miami" , soon on the E network.

This is my advice to Paris if she wants to be hot again, Paris should go suck a dick and put it on the web, it may not go viral but at least we'll all remember why we liked her in the first place.


Thursday, October 20, 2011

Zachary Quinto

Did you guys hear the news, famous actor Zachary Quinto recently came out and admitted he's a homosexual.

Why Zachary Quinto Decided to Acknowledge His Homosexuality

Quinto, best known for his roles in TV's Heroes and the recent Star Trek reboot, publicly acknowledged his homosexuality for the first time over the weekend in an interview with New York magazine as well as in a blog post on his website.

Quinto wrote that he was inspired to come out after learning of the death of Jamey Rodemeyer, the gay teen who committed suicide last month after years of being bullied.

“In light of Jamey's death," he wrote, "it became clear to me in an instant that living a gay life without publicly acknowledging it is simply not enough to make any significant contribution to the immense work that lies ahead on the road to complete equality."
- Hollywood Reporter

Many of you know Zach's work from Hero's, where he played a villain Sylar. Zach also played Spock in the new Star Trek Movie.

I really wasn't attracted to Leonard Nimoy's Spock character but when Zach put on those eyebrows, all I could think about was getting dry humped by those sexy Vulcan ears.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Vangardist Interview Questions

Hey guys, I got asked to be apart of an interview from an online Austrian magazine. Here are the questions and here are my answers. Now you guys get to see what I said and what will be edited, enjoy.



VANGARDIST – Progressive online Magazine

Indigenous Peoples & Homosexuality - Interview Questions

Name: Charlie Ballard
Age: 37
Place of residence/birth: Oakland, California.
Name of indigenous community: Anishnabe of Michigan and Sac & Fox of Oklahoma
Occupation: Stand Up Comedian
In a relationship? Single

What is generally the situation of indigenous peoples in your country nowadays?

That is a really broad question because there are so many Indian tribes spread out threw the United States and each community has their own problems. There are also the urban Native American communities that live off the reservation, which is where I was born and raised. Right now I’d say the racist bake sale put on by the Berkeley Republican College club at the University of California in Berkeley was pretty offensive to Native Americans and not only to us but to the rest of the minorities in this country as well. Basically what happened is the BRC sponsored a bake sale demonstration on the CAL campus to show how unfair it is that White students have to pay more for University admissions compared to the lower admission rate minority students pay in the California college system. So the BRC sold cupcakes according to your race and their socio-economic standing in society, White students were sold cupcakes for 2$, Asians were sold cupcakes at 1.50, Latin’s 1$, Blacks .75 cents, women for .25 cents and Native Americans get cupcakes for free.

The word, “free” , gets tossed around a lot with us in this country mostly because the American public is ignorant to the relationship Native American tribes have with the United States Federal government. Most of the ignorance that people have for Native Americans comes from inaccurate history books in schools, television or what the public see’s in the movies.

Right now the Glen Cove issue in Vallejo, California is a hot issue; pretty much the city of Vallejo wants to build a park in an area that is considered to be a sacred burial site to the Native community. This is a typical relationship that most American mainstream communities have with Native American tribes; they don’t care about our land, our sites and our ways. If the residents of Vallejo want a recreational park so badly, then let them go dig up the graves on their cemeteries, put a playground on it and see how they feel about it.

What does it mean being indigenous to you, positive/negative effects?

This is such a great question, I feel like I just answered on one of my facebook status updates, so here it is: Whenever I hear a woman call herself a feminist I usually laugh because they almost always refer to themselves to make their point. Good examples of a real feminist are Native Women activist because they care about both genders, our communities, future generations, and the greater well being for all. I have been very fortunate to know a handful of these community leaders and I do my best to follow their lead. That goes without saying I’m not perfect and I let it show in my comedy, my status updates on twitter & facebook or anywhere else. My thing is not to shy away from my feelings and to express them. My chosen profession is to be an entertainer and to give a reason for people to laugh, so for me finding humor isn’t always going to be politically correct and sticking to the status quo.

When did you first find out that you are homosexual?

I’ve always known I was attracted to the same gender. My parents both knew from an early age I was gay because of my feminine characteristics, I didn’t turn out be one of those masculine gays where it was harder to tell if I was gay or not.

My coming out story wasn't that different from anyone else's, I’m just very thankful that I wasn’t shunned by my mother and given a chance to live my life. Of course I had members in my family who weren’t thrilled about it but with time and understanding, it blew over.

How does your indigenous community feel about homosexuality?

For me, I really didn’t find my place as being a Gay Native American until I went to a boarding school called Sherman Indian High School in Riverside, California. That school literally changed my life, I found other people like me, and being around other community members from other Native American tribes gave me a stronger sense of purpose.

In the olden days, various Indian tribes revered there Two Spirited community members and they had their place within the respective communities. Not all tribes were accepting of the gays back then, the Washoe Indian Tribe of Nevada use to kill them off.

At present time, the Indigenous community is split about there gay community members just as any other community. We have our supporters and we also have people who condemn our lifestyle. A lot of our Indian Nations who have been colonized into Western religion ie Christianity & Catholicism are probably the most critical.

There are quite a few legends and myths varying from tribe to tribe about how the Two Spirited people came into being, for instance, if you ever come across a Navajo tribal member, ask them about what the, “Corn Guy” , has to do with the Nadleeh.

Our Native culture is still thriving, we still have quite a few older Native traditionalists who have passed on our trademark Indigenous values such as kindness and caring for others to the younger generations, without them and those teachings we would be lost.

I definitely think the younger Two Spirit generation have it a little easier then generations passed mostly because of the Internet, the world wide web has made it really easy for them to do social networking. They still endure the same problems as we did while growing up, homophobia, gay bashing, sexism, hatred but they also have a wider support system at their finger tips in case they need it.

How does your indigenous community/peoples feel about partnership in general?

Honestly, I’m single and have never been in a relationship. That’s been my personal choice to remain single. But I can tell you this, our gay partnerships are just like straight couples, it’s nobody’s business but our own. That really is sort of a ridiculous question, I wouldn’t expect to walk up to a straight couple and ask them if they need my approval to be happy.

Native American culture is matriarchal based, the women are the bosses. So for us being Two Spirited that basically means we’re on double duty.

This question wasn’t asked but from my experience, I’ve noticed Native Lesbian have a higher tendency to be coupled in the communities, and 90% are raising kids.

I have many straight friends who were raised by Native gay couples that grew up normal liking the opposite sex. Whenever to raising kids and you have two loving parents or a single parent, gay or straight, you can’t go wrong.

Hopes / dreams for the future / your future?

My hopes and dreams for the future remain the same, I still wish we could all live without the hatred, violence, and embrace each other as brothers and sisters of the world living in peace.

Everything else you want to add?

Yeah, I’m totally single and very into Austrian men, beginners welcome.

[Bonus Question]
Being a comedian, is it harder for you in the business or does it give you an advantage?

Being an out and open queer comedian hasn’t hindered my stand up comedy career, being a foul mouth, shit talking, no holds barred stand up comedian has hindered my career, which is fine because those are the kind’ve comedians I look up to. After all, if I can’t make people laugh by speaking from my heart, then what point is there in being a stand up comedian?

I want to remembered as being funny, regardless of how I decided to label myself or how other people decided to label me.

I don’t have any favourite joke per say because I’m never satisfied with what I write or what I come up with but I will tell you guys this, I do love a good dick joke, obviously.


I got asked more questions, so here you go:

- when we asked about your indigenous community feels about partnership in general, I guess you misunderstood our question... We didnt mean to say that gay couples need to kinda justify their relationship in any kind, etc. but rather wanted to know what is traditionally the understanding of partnership, i.e. the role of man/woman or if its considered very important to have a partner, or being married etc.

*I am single and have been single for a long time. I suppose if I did manage to meet another guy and we did live together, I would totally let him be the breadwinner, not because I want to take the housewife role but because I'm lazy and don't want to work. I have heard from older Two Spirits that we had gay marriage in our communities long before, "it was glimmer in the eye", (John Hawk Co-Cke') from of our Western gay counterparts, so that should tell you right there how are partnerships have promoted family and togetherness in our communities. I can say this for sure, our Native relationships are a lot less stringent then Western relationships. I have heard in the Catholic Church that the first time you get married and it ends in divorce, you are considered a failure, where as if you're Native and you're first marriage ends in divorce, you're just getting started.

- plus from what I can see also from clips of your shows, when asked if being native and gay makes you double special so to say, you'd agree. (I sensed that because a lot of times when you tell the audience that your ethnicity is native american, you're kinda jokingly but also seriously wait for applause..same goes for being gay...). Response? ;)

*In the beginning of my stand up comedy career I had to announce my ethnicity a lot because I look racially ambiguous, at least to non-natives, and plus it sets up the audience for the jokes I cover. Coming from the racially diverse San Francisco Bay Area, its hard for everyone to guess my background, I usually get Hawaiian, Filipino, Chinese or Samoan. Its also a little redundant for me to announce I'm gay to my audiences because they usually sarcastically respond back, "oh really, no way, we totally didn't get that, duh" .

I really do appreciate the time you guys are taking to do this write up.

Oh yes, I like my Austrian men a little on the beefy side like Arnold Schwarznegger but taller and do you know what's weird, ever since I started doing this interview with you guys I've been craving Vienna sausage, what's that about?


Project Runway Season 9 Episode 12

Hey everyone, I finally caught up with my favorite fashion competition reality show, "Project Runway" , and it was amazing!

In this past episode, the last 5 standing designers were commissioned to create a mini collection based off inspiration found on Governor's Island in NYC.

And guess who this week's challenge winner was, that's right Miss Anya Ayoung Chee!

It's pretty clear Anya defied all odd's against her and made the finals! In fairness, on this challenge her assistant was Bert Keeter and you can see some of his work in her designs. And by that I mean his, "Greecian look" , with his simple trademark chic look was very prevalent.

That goes without saying Anya has some great idea's but who knows how far she would've made it with the help from the other designers.

But for right now, whether or not her sewing skills are in question doesn't matter because she made the finals and she can outsource her collection for the finale because it won't matter, she already won by being there.

I absolutely thought Anya killed it by putting this red head in this evening dress.

This black cocktail dress was the judges favorite as was it's mine. The long in the front and short in the back silhouette has been done to death but with Anya, she does it very well, her interpretation comes across very sleek and hip.

For the other competitors, I honestly really didn't care for any of their looks. Victor Luna does get an honorable mention from me. PR judge Michael Kors did say his clothing appeal was very commercial but hey, Victor does it very well so it can't be all that bad.

Other low lights were Joshua Mckinley. His last mini collection was so bad I'm guessing the only reason why the producers of PR are keeping him around, not the judges, is because they're expecting him to bring a train wreck collection the finale which will make for, "good television" , I guess.

But anyhoo, congrats Anya, however backhanded this blog might have suggested, I really was cheering for you all season. And if any of you doubt me, don't me pull up my previous pre-season blog where I picked her top 3.

And besides, I have to keep it real for my readers too.


Casey Ley

Hey everyone, I just found this cute little picture of one of my favorite gay comedians from San Francisco - Casey Ley

If it looks like Casey is sucking dick in the picture it's because he is.

You gotta love him.


Elouise Cobell

Elouise Cobell passed away this Sunday, for all the non-natives who have never heard of her, she was the lead plaintiff in a lawsuit that accused the federal government of cheating Native Americans in its management of Indian land, resulting in a record $3.4-billion settlement.

On behalf of all the Federally recognized tribes in the U.S., I'd like to thank her for everything she's done for our Indian communities.

It really does feel like we lost a great Indian leader for our generation like Crazy Horse, Sitting Bull, or Chief Pontiac. R.I.P

Monday, October 17, 2011

Hella Gay Comedy Show - Oct 14th, 2011 Recap

We just finished another Hella Gay Comedy Show in Oakland this past weekend and we sold that bitch out, it was also standing room only.

The word must've really gotten out about our shows because the LGBT community was there in full force.

I asked one of the audience members how they heard about the show and she said, "we were on the bus not knowing what to do because our plans changed but then somebody suggested we attend the Hella Gay Comedy Show" .

Now that's some shit huh.

Here's a quick recap of how it went down!

Dolores Trevino opened the show, she's an old school regular from the Valencia Rose and Josie Cabaret days.

Next up was Cassandra Gorgeous and that she was. The audience was very finicky but she cracked them wide open and didn't look back.

Jenn Dronsky took the stage and was a sheer delight!

Rajeev Dhar was our visiting metrosexual comedian and charmed the gays right out've their pants, as if they needed charming.

Anchoring the middle of the show was Morgan, who clearly was the crowd favorite and had the best set of the night.

Kollin Holtz brought the funny by doing a hilarious spin on a Harry Potter character called Larry Potter.

Nick Leornard, the creator of also had one of the best sets of the night with his adorable bear jokes!

We had an opera singer for the very first show and I really didn't think anyone was going to be able to top the class level the opera singer brought to our show, well guess what, I was wrong. Erin Beber did a Judy Garland monologue and sang a couple songs in Judy's voice, it was one of the most beautiful things I've ever seen in my life. Erin literally had the gays wrapped around her finger!

Justin Lucas, a fast rising Filipino queer comedian from the Bay Area also did another character monologue called Ping Pong. I love Ping!

Rounding out the show was the ever lovable Kristee Ono, she was great!

Thanks to everyone who perform and attended!


Thursday, October 13, 2011

Blog Resentment

Lately I've been averaging about 200 hits a day on my blog and that's great. My blog hit counts are coming from all the over the world and I think that's amazing.

Now here's where reality sets in. Most of my blog readers aren't necessarily coming to my blog to read my thoughts or to see what's been floating my boat lately.

Nope, most of my blog readers are still finding the half naked picture from musician Adam Levine that I posted on my blog last year.

And then after that, I get a few residual hits from curious on lookers who are like, "oh, what's this picture of a naked man on Charlie's blog" .

Ha ha... fuck it, I'll take it.

You know guys, I've always made a point in my life to never to coat tail off anyone else's success because I figure why do anything in life that you can't do for yourself.

But I suppose this is the nature of this blog otherwise why else would I blog about other people.

So I guess I owe Adam Levine a big favor my making my blog popular and anyone's whose ever read my blog will tell you how I like to return favors. *wink wink to Adam Levine if you're reading this*


Tuesday, October 11, 2011

My Horoscope for October 11th, 2011

Sometimes I think our entire human being species are born on this planet Earth to learn life's lessons, you know, how to be a better person, how not to fuck up or if you do fuck up, pay out karmic restitution for past life fuck up's and so on.

So anyhoo, I'm avid reader of horoscopes because they're usually so right on.

And if anyone's ever read your daily horoscopes for advice, you would know that 90% of the time it's not always good and its because always some angel sending down a univeral intervention so you don't fuck your life up more than you already have.

Now this is where this blog gets better, sometimes, not always, the horoscopes will not be about you being in the dog house and tell you that there really is a light at the end of the tunnel.

Well darlings, I got such a wonderful Tauras horoscope and want to share it with the world, here's what it said:

Tauras (April 20 - May 20) Many people quit under pressure but not you, in fact, the steeper the challenge the more determined you become. Look for a surprise victory on October 14th.

Yeah, so suck it bitches!


Monday, October 10, 2011

Wannabe Indians: WTF?

In honor of Indigenous People's Day, here's a video from Simon Moya Smith, one of the new Native American activist for this generation.

Check out his vids, he's got some interesting things to say.

You guys can also check out his website:


Saturday, October 8, 2011

Ryan Gosling

My inner Pocahontas must raging because Ryan Gosling is giving me some major "John Smith Fever" , and that ain't no lie.

I just saw Ryan in his new movie, "The Ides of March" , this past weekend and he was excellent.

This blog is supposed to be about Ryan but his co-star Phillip Seymour Hoffman totally stole the show, expect another best supporting actor statue for Phillip in 2012. Also appearing in this flick was George Clooney who directed the film, George was good but not as good as Phillip Seymour Hoffman.

Anyhoo, getting back to Ryan, I would say this was Ryan's break out role but really it wasn't, Ryan probably had one good scene in this movie and considering how he's been in a ton of movies, I'd say he's been trying to step it up his game, take on more serious roles and wants to hang with the big boys.

Ya'll know I can't end this blog without giving you guys some Ryan Gosling eye candy!


Here's Ryan looking very street. What is it with all those hunky actors from Canada? I must visit Vancouver soon or where ever he's from.

Try to look at this one and not drool.

Friday, October 7, 2011

Steve Jobs

Wow, I'm pretty sure the entire world has felt a great loss from the death of Steve Jobs.

I didn't know Steve Jobs personally, I never saw him around in the Bay Area and I have certainly never had a conversation with the man but that shouldn't suggest that his life work has never impacted my life because it did, Steve's technology has influenced my life in a great many of ways.

When I was kid I remember using the Macintosh personal computer in school, I really didn't think anything of it, I just thought it was apart of our culture, it somehow made life and school work easier.

Over time the Mac PC got colorful and then it became smaller in the form of a laptop and then it became a phone.

How amazing is that.

I've never been into phone culture so the IPhone wasn't a big deal to me, you can ask any of the closet people to me, I'm probably one of the very few who never quite caught on to the idea of always being connected to a phone.

And then there were all the famous computer animated movies produced by his company Pixar Studios, which is based in Emeryville, CA.

In the early 90's I was heavily into playing volleyball, so much so I would seek out places to play which lead me to City Beach, which was an indoor volleyball court built inside a warehouse owned by guess who, Pixar Studios. They didn't own the City Beach but they owned the property, I guess while I was honing my awesome down the line arm swing, they were making, "Toys" , right next store to us, literally.

For anyone pursuing a job in the computer animation field, Pixar is a dream job.

Living in the Bay Area I can tell you this, getting a job with Pixar is not easy to come by, they don't just hire anyone, you have to be referred by an employee already on the inside because they work like a family, they only hire people they like as a person.

I once worked with a waiter whose plan was to weasel his way onto a lacrosse team with Pixar employee's and then become employed with Pixar, his plan must have worked because when I saw him some year's later and he was a Pixar employee.

Over the past couple of days I read a several write up's on Steve Jobs and kept hearing the words genius, innovator, and great.

Thinking back, it's kind of hard to imagine what our lives would be like without his brilliant contributions, thank you Steve Jobs, R.I.P


Thursday, October 6, 2011

Thomas Jane

So does anyone watch, "Hung" , on HBO.

Basically, "Hung" , is a show on HBO in it's 2nd season about a P.E. Teacher *Thomas Jane* who turns into a male prostitute because his house burns down and he can't afford to rebuild it on his teachers salary.

Thomas recently gave an interview about how he had to turn gay tricks as a young actor in L.A. to make ends meet, here are some of his quote's from that interview:

Thomas Jane, who plays a gigolo on the new HBO series “Hung,” revealed today that he used to turn tricks while living as a homeless teen in Los Angeles. Jane says he was an out-of-work actor, and often performed sexual acts with men to make ends meet.

The actor tells the L.A. Times, “When I was a kid out here in L.A., I was homeless. I didn’t have any money and I was living in my car. I wasn’t averse to going down to Santa Monica Boulevard and letting a guy buy me a sandwich. Know what I mean?”

Jane says, “Being a young artist and broke in Los Angeles, I was exploring my sexual identity,” noting that the experience was productive for him in that it “blew the doors off of my conventional upbringing and thinking and opened up possibilities for me.”

The actor, who has been married twice – most recently to Patricia Arquette – says he doesn’t regret his sexual “experimentation,” stating, “Until you’ve tasted the food, you don’t know whether you’ll like it or not, as my mom always said" .

Yeah okay Thomas if you say so, I guess Thomas could've gotten a job at a coffee shop like all the other working actors in L.A. I don't know why most people think your first job in Los Angeles has to be giving hummers on Santa Monica Blvd.

I guess Thomas's idea of being a young out-of-work actor in L.A. means you're homeless, living on someone's couch, broke, jobless, and probably prostituting yourself for subway sandwiches.

At least we know Thomas's early prostitution skills didn't go completely unwasted, you can tell he used some his man on man experience in one of his early roles as an office slut in this gay B movie clip below.

Watch this video and note how Thomas is up on the other guy's dick and his kisses are passionate like he's enjoying it.

Seriously, only men who've slept with other men can tell this is real. If any of you guys saw Brokeback Mountain, the kissing scenes between Jake and Heath were bullshit, this is what the Bro-mance should have looked like deep in those mountains.

Go Thomas!


Chippendales Dancers

Hey guys, the NOH8 campaign recently teamed up with the world renowned Chippendale dancers and came up with this fabulous photo.

I really do think hot models are at their best when they don't speak or don't tweet because usually whenever you hear them talk any illusion you have about them is instantly killed, for example, here's a tweet quote from Chippendale's dancer - Jaymes Vaughan:

"Wonder why the desert has to be so dry?? I know it's a desert but come on.. Loving the rain today. Thanks for the free car wash God" !!

Uh yeah.

You can follow Jaymes and his cute little tweets at:

Saturday, October 1, 2011

Project Runway Season 9 Episode 10

Wow people, what an amazing episode on Project Runway this past week.

For this challenge, the designers had to create a look that was 70's inspired for:

For this week's challenge, the designers were given a 100$ budget to create a 70's inspired look and then half way threw the episode they were given another 50$ to create a 2nd matching look.

As it happened, designer Anya Ayoung Chee lost her 100$ budget somewhere in her woman's purse. For those of you who don't know what a woman's purse is, it's a dress with no pockets so women use their bra to stuff money and other valuables in.

Anyhoo, with no money to buy fabric, another designer from the show, Anthonny Ryan gave Anya his left over money to help her buy fabric which came up to exactly 11.50 cents.

I thought that was a very nice gesture from Anthony Ryan and as far as I'm concerned, he totally gets the Project Runway Mr. Congeniality award for for that one. Now of course all of you know if Mr. Anthony Ryan would have done the same thing for me he totally would've gotten a blow job. : ) And of course who should get booted from this week's episode - Anthony Ryan, as the saying goes, I guess nice guys do finish last.

It's was probably for the best Anya lost her money because this challenge brought out the best in her hence giving her the win in this week's challenge.

She wowed the judges with an amazing jumpsuit and high wasted pants with a cute print.

Here's the first look. Micheal Kors really didn't like the color of the top but I thought it very pretty, it matched the pants very well and gave her total look an exciting exotic feel.

Anya's winning look was this jumpsuit with a another killer print. It's very obvious you can tell Anya has been incorporationg her Trinidad culture into her fashion because her design aesthetic is very ethnic.

Guest judge Olivia Palermo from was on hand to help pick the winning looks.

I was really impressed with Olivia Palermo, listening to her style critique's definitey made my style palette 110% better. You can tell by her remarks she really does have a fresh out look on what's hip and modern in the world of fashion.

And I'm very sure everyone else on the planet was listening to what Olivia had to say because Bert's 2nd place winning look which was also made available on and his dress sold out in a matter of minutes.