Tuesday, July 29, 2008
Based on a novel of the same title by Zane Grey this blockbuster gay porn epic will cost $200K to make. The story is a classic western full of violence and conflict as two rival gangs of cowboys battle to see who ends up on top.
"Not to worry," said RSS president Chris Ward. "There is a non-violent, all-sex edit for consumers who do not want to see all the mayhem. This movie is going to go where no porn film has gone before. It's really a gay marriage between adult and mainstream product that tells a story and shows lots of amazing sex. Some of the scenes will be pretty controversial. There is one scene in particular that is very upsetting," he added, declining to elaborate about the nature of the scene.”
Heading the cast of To the Last Man are Ricky Sinz and Scott Tanner, each playing the head of rival ranches that battle for access to water rights. Co-stars in the project include GAYVN Performer of the Year Jake Deckard and Raging Stallion exclusives Damien Crosse, Logan McCree, R.J. Danvers, Tristan Jaxx, Bo Matthews, Antonio Biaggi and Damian Rios. Guest performers include Antton Harri, Jackson Wild, Jimmy Tripps, Rick Powers and Scott Fremont.To the Last Man will be directed by Chris Ward, Ben Leon and Tony Dimarco. Dimarco also serves as head writer, and Leon will hold the reins as head of cinematography.
Principal photography for To the Last Man is scheduled to begin July 31 and wrap Aug. 18. The movie is set for release during Thanksgiving weekend in both standard DVD and Blu-ray Disc formats.
Massachusetts wanted to get some of that gay marriage money so they put repealing that 1913 bigoted law in overdrive. By a huge margin, the Massachusetts House sends to Gov. Deval Patrick repeal of a law that bars out-of-state gay couples from marrying in the state.
The Massachusetts House voted Tuesday to repeal a law that had prohibited out-of-state gay couples from legally marrying in the Bay State.
By a margin of 118-35, legislators voted down the 1913 law, which nullified any marriage performed in Massachusetts that was not legal in a couple's home state. The state Senate approved repeal earlier this month and the bill is likely to reach Gov. Deval Patrick, who has pledged to sign it, within a week.
“We are excited to launch a new type of porn site that is markedly different than anything available today," said Manhunt chief executive officer Adam Segel. "We are offering content that features real men, the kind you see on Manhunt every day. And we have already received thousands of applications."
"We don't coach the guys, rehearse or primp them," Blumenthal, OnTheHunt’s webmaster explained. "These are real amateur hook-ups filmed as they happen. We want to capture the entire hook-up as they are experiencing it, from beginning to end."
The hunt for amateurs began earlier this year with a Manhunt recruitment campaign. Manhunt invited selected members to appear in the videos, offering them the chance to have a gay performer visit their home to film the sexual encounter."We heard from all sizes, shapes and colors, as well as men into every kind of fetish scene," Blumenthal said. "Jocks, twinks, bears, pigs, leather guys, intergenerational couples, interracial couples, tattooed boys, muscle men, daddies and more - all wanting to appear in the videos."
"You never know what or who you will see on OnTheHunt," Segel said. "It may be the guy you've seen on Manhunt that you always wanted to hook up with. It may be your next-door neighbor, or maybe even one of your friends. OnTheHunt allows men access into Manhunt members' most intimate lives."
Monday, July 28, 2008
Adkisson, 58, of Powell wrote a four-page letter in which he stated his "hatred of the liberal movement," Owen said. "Liberals in general, as well as gays."
Inside the house, officers found "Liberalism is a Mental Health Disorder" by radio talk show host Michael Savage, "Let Freedom Ring" by talk show host Sean Hannity, and "The O'Reilly Factor," by television talk show host Bill O'Reilly.
It truly is a testament on how powerful hate and negative speech is and how it affects people. He targeted the church because of their advocacy for racial harmony, gay rights, and emergency aid for the needy, school tutoring and support for the homeless, as well as a cafe that provides a gathering place for gay and lesbian high-schoolers.
My prayers and wishes go out to the friends and family of all the victims of this senseless violence.
"It was nonstop. They're laughing hysterically because there's this guy in his underwear," Burck told The Post. "Then they were like, 'Oh, that's the Naked Cowboy.' "
Burck was given a citation for "violating a posted sign," and is due in a San Francisco court Monday.