20 January 2007

Focus on.....The Male Bum!

I just cannot explain what a great bum does to me! Just the sight of a beautiful man, resting, showing his bum - whether fully or partially - is enough to raise my pulse and make me sweat.

A mans ass is like a piece of incredible artwork. It should be admired, thoroughly looked over and enjoyed. Touch it ever so lightly and it will respond. Touch it a bit harder, with a firmer hand and it will respond quite differently. Both can be enjoyed and both can make a hardened man turn into quivering jelly.
The sight of a man opening himself up to you, allowing himself to be at his most vulnerable, takes courage and trust. This moment of vulnerability might allow you to enter him; to be a part of him on a deeper level. This is a trust that should not be disregarded nor should it be misused. This trust should be cherished.
When there is enough trust for a man to be open with you, or vice versa, the connection that you two have will evolve......it will change into something more meaningful and that can be ever so rewarding......
Or, he could just be a trick for the night....a hot piece of ass that wants to get fucked and fucked well!
Either way, a mans bum is a glorious piece of work and needs to be respected and admired!!!

More tomorrow!


"The Camera"

18 January 2007


Well, it's winter here in New York City. The icy winds from Canada have started whipping through the streets.....and all I can think about is that it is SUMMER back home in South Africa!!! Why am I enduring this horrible weather??

Well, in my mind, I can place myself on the beaches of Durban on the East Coast - The Gold Coast - and I remember seeing all of the beautiful boys....in all states of undress......mmmmmmm.

Wow!! I really miss the view of the beach (and the boys!!) from my bedroom window!!

I could see all of the surfers.....we have some amazing waves in South Africa!! Of course, the waves are nothing without the hot blokes riding them! YUMMY!!

Those South African blokes on the ocean are just the best! Amazing bodies, great smiles and are so talented on those boards!!

And of course, they always show their love for the country........
And each other!!


God, I REALLY miss the beaches!! And the Blokes!!!

See you all tomorrow!

"The Camera"


KNIGHT SPEAKS OUT AGAINST GAY SLUR For those who have followed the Grey's Anatomy “faggot” controversy since it began last October, one of the recurring questions has been: Just what would it take to get the mainstream media to cover the use of an anti-gay slur? After all, had T.R. Knight called Isaiah Washington the N-word, there is little doubt about the coverage it would have drawn or the consequences Knight would have rightly faced.
Some media outlets have avoided reporting on the story because the alleged incident took place on the Grey's Anatomy set and not in public, a point of view encouraged by the show's producers. But that hasn't previously kept reporters from digging deeper to get a story, and for stories of considerably less importance — a feud between actresses on Desperate Housewives, for example — than the denigration of an actor who happened to be gay.
Now it we seems we have an answer to how to get the mainstream media to pay attention to the issue. It takes a pretty, straight woman — in this case Grey's star Katherine Heigl — speaking out about it. AfterElton.com and other gay media outlets covered the story extensively last October, including our feature, “The F-Word and the Media's Double-Standard for Gay Slurs.” But few mainstream outlets had much to say on the topic until this week, which culminated in Knight's appearance on Ellen DeGeneres' talk show to discuss what happened.
The issue initially resurfaced after Monday night's Golden Globe Awards when Washington bizarrely decided to address a reporter's question to Grey's creator Shonda Rhimes about friction on the set. After grabbing the microphone, Washington said, “No, I did not call T.R. [Knight] a faggot. It did not happen.” The audio of the reporter's question is nearly unintelligible, and it's impossible to tell whether the question actually referred to Washington's use of the F-word.
What has gone unreported thus far is that Rhimes then said, “I think the best statement is just that things were created in a very odd way by the press that were not necessarily completely reported as true.”
Thus passed an opportunity for Rhimes to actually set the record straight and let America know she doesn't condone the use of sexual-orientation slurs by the people she employs. Instead, she spun the issue as somehow being the fault of an overly imaginative press. Not exactly a Harry “The buck stops here” Truman moment for Rhimes.
After Washington and Rhimes' denial, Heigl then felt compelled to speak up, telling Access Hollywood, “I'm going to be really honest right now, he [Washington] needs to not speak in public. Period. I'm sorry, that did not need to be said. I'm not OK with it.” Heigl continued on, backing up T.R. Knight and musing whether her comments would land her in trouble.
Given that no one else from ABC or Grey's Anatomy ever spoke up except to try to spin the incident as some sort of a “family affair,” it seems reasonable for Heigl to worry. After all, we're talking about one of television's most successful programs. Upsetting the apple cart over the use of an anti-gay slur just isn't done. At least, that is the message ABC and Rhimes has sent thus far.
So what should ABC and Rhimes do? AfterElton asked Paris Barclay, the widely respected director, producer, and a Director's Guild of America Vice President currently working on FX's Dirt and CBS's CSI, what action should be taken against Washington. “Here's what needs to happen: ABC, from Steve McPherson [ABC President] on down, need to condemn this kind of hate-speak, and Isaiah needs to be fired. It's just that simple. He needs to go. He's a homophobe and a liar, and no matter how important he may appear to be, there has to be a line on what behavior is acceptable both on the set and when representing the show to the press.”
When asked how he would've handled the situation, Barclay said, “We'd figure out a way to work out the contract issues, and write the actor out as quickly as possible. Actors with addiction problems have been let go unceremoniously -- this to me is much worse.”
Heigl's words have launched, if not quite a thousand articles, at least a couple of hundred, as news outlets ranging from MSNBC, FOX News and even ABC News finally picked up the story Tuesday. (This despite the fact there was no one nicknamed McDreamy or McSteamy directly involved.)

Washington's Golden Globes statement also compelled Knight to speak publicly about the incident. Interestingly enough, Knight chose to go on DeGeneres' daytime talk show to address the issue. Given the rest of the mainstream media's indifference to the story prior to Heigl's interview, it's not surprising that Knight chose to speak with arguably the most famous gay person in America. It was one place he could feel certain of getting a fair hearing.
During the interview, Knight made it absolutely clear that the incident did take place, something supported by Heigl and even by Washington's earlier apology for having said hurtful things. (By press time no one representing ABC, Grey's Anatomy, or Isaiah Washington had responded to our requests for comment. Through a spokesperson Knight declined to comment, choosing to let his appearance on Ellen speak for him.) Knight also spoke movingly to DeGeneres about what a shock it was to hear a co-worker use the F-word in relation to him, at one point saying sarcastically, “It's an awesome word, isn't it?”
The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation has weighed in on the matter, with GLAAD president Neil Giuliano saying yesterday in a press release, “When Isaiah Washington uses this kind of anti-gay slur — whether on-set or in front of the press — it does more than create a hostile environment for his cast mates and the crew of Grey's Anatomy. It also feeds a climate of hatred and intolerance that contributes to putting our community in harm's way.”
TVGuide.com's Michael Ausiello added, “His [Washington's] continued employment on a show that wears its diversity as a badge of honor is the height of hypocrisy. If ABC wants to be remotely true to the principles Shonda Rhimes so eloquently espouses through the show, it has to do the right thing and fire Washington. Anything else at this point is simply unacceptable.”

By speaking up, Knight has put a very human face on what for many had just been an abstract notion of intolerance — until yesterday. Hopefully his actions will help Americans come to see that the F-word is as unacceptable in it's own way as the N-word. Yes, gay people are known to use the word amongst themselves, just as African-Americans use the N-word, but that does not excuse anyone using it in a demeaning and derogatory manner.
Now that DeGeneres has put the issue front and center with her high-profile talk show, it will be interesting to see what the mainstream media does next. Will Washington be engulfed in a frenzy similar to the one that swamped Michael Richards? Will reporters demand he apologize for his use of the F-word? Will FOX News report on Washington 's apparent homophobia? Or will they instead pontificate about the liberal press which, ironically, ignored the story for so long? And will pressure be brought on ABC and Rhimes to explain exactly what did happen on the Grey's Anatomy set and justify their inaction since then?
Early signs of how well the mainstream press now grasps the issue are mixed. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution covered the story in their “Living” section with an article titled “Some advice to feuding celebs: Just let it go”. That's what they think T.R. Knight should do after being called the F-word? Let it go? The article then helpfully suggests that the celebrities “take a time out” as if T.R. is somehow being childish in insisting he be treated with respect. The Charlotte Observer did better, but even they referred to the incident as merely a “fray”. At least the Los Angeles Times quoted from GLAAD's statement on the issue and described the “growing furor” around the topic. So far, however, no one outside the gay media has had much to say about the inappropriateness of the word's use, instead simply focusing on the celebrity controversy.
Will this sad affair mark a turning point in how public bigotry toward gay people is handled by society and the mainstream media? Only time will tell.

Knight playing Mozart in AMADEUS

16 January 2007

What we're all about....

After numerous emails, I wanted to tell you our goals with this blog.

Let me start with this....I am a South African gay white man living in New York City. I work in the entertainment industry - live theatre. I am currently comparing the gay communities of both countries and have found many differences but also many similarities. I enjoy hearing from everyone out there.

Okay.....whats our purpose with GUYS FOR "THE CAMERA" ?

First of all, let's be real......pictures of hot guys are brilliant! So why not share them with others so thay can have a brilliant day too? I proposed to my friends and partner that we should come up with a blog that covered all bases.....pictures of hot blokes, commentary, problems within the gay community in the US and South Africa, concerns, news items and - oh - did I mention the pictures of the hot men??

Yes, these are adult oriented and can (and WILL) contain explicit hardcore images......I think we're all adult enough to enjoy them without losing our minds and morals!!

Second, I hope to hear from everuone who reads this blog. I hope they have ideas, questions and concerns that we can touch upon on this blogsite.


Feel free to drop us a line at any time to discuss.....well......anything!

Third, I made sure that my links work to other great blogs....and of course, to my pictures. I want you all to have them, share them and enjoy them.

Keep in touch and hope you enjoy what Ive got to show you....(oooh, that didnt come out right, did it?)


"The Camera"


So......Every Tuesday will be Amateur Tuesday. Send us your amateur pictures and we'll post them.


Here are a few of the amateurs which have caught our eye over the last week!!

"The Camera"

15 January 2007


Brent Corrigan (born Sean Paul Lockhart on October 31, 1986) started his career in pornography in 2004 at Cobra Video, as a young twink model in Every Poolboy's Dream under the name Brent Corrigan. He quickly became one of Cobra's most famous performers, where his bareback themed movies were critically top rated and commercially top selling.
As Brent Corrigan, his performing career has featured a diverse variety of sexual activity, including semen swallowing, rimming and Cobra Video's first-ever double anal penetration (by actors Chase McKenzie and Brent Everett).

Corrigan has stated that he falsified his identification documents to make his first films, being under-age when his first movies were filmed. This public statement resulted in much controversy, causing many of his films to be (voluntarily) pulled from store shelves while concerns of child pornography in many legal jurisdictions in the United States and abroad are settled as well as creating an on-going legal dispute between Corrigan and Cobra Video.
Both Corrigan and Cobra Video have each created separate "official" websites promoting the performer.

It was September of 2005 when Brent revealed to the world that he was 17 years old when he performed in 4 hardcore titles for Cobra, not 18 years old as the law requires. Brent claims that an ex boyfriend pushed him to create a fake ID to find work in the gay adult industry, and it wasn’t long before he was the toast of twink porn… bottoming like an experienced professional while flashing his trademark smile and strategically located star tattoo.
Anyone who’s a regular reader of Brent’s blog on BrentCorriganOnline.com knows that he has legions of loyal, adoring fans. Brent hopes this fan base will appreciate his next major project, “RealBoysOnline,” which he’s putting together for an early 2007 release. His goal with the new site is to produce what he calls, a “more sincere” genre of porn that focuses on the intimacy between couples who really are into each other, rather than randomly cast by a director. He’s chronicled his foray into production in numerous blog posts, giving his perspective as a 19 year old porn director, along with behind the scenes photos from some of his shoots.

It’s on his blog that his fans have come to know him as an intelligent, articulate 19-year-old, whose life in the fast lane hasn’t been all its cracked up to be. He takes great pride in the blog, particularly the “Ask Brent” section, where he answers questions about everything from his personal life, to the coming out process, to how to properly shave your backside.

Here’s one of his comments, talking about his history with Cobra and it’s owner:
“Every scene Bryan has had me shoot with him he insists on making the boys cum in my face. I HATE CUM IN MY FACE. I hate it. Bryan knew I hated it. I don’t care how many people out there think its hot, it sucks to do it on set. On top of it, I have somewhat of a sensitive skin type. Each time it happens, my face becomes irritated and red after the shoot. So basically every time you see a picture with cum on my face, just know that I’m unhappy doing it. I’m sure this is why since my falling out with Cobra Video; Bryan has made it a point to put a considerable more amount of pictures out there with cum on my face. Porn is hot, but I think most of you would agree its not hot anymore when it becomes apparent those involved in it are not enjoying it.”

Brent recently completed work for FALCON in the Velvet Mafia films. He has bulked up a bit and looks fantastic. (Ah, that smile....Ah, that bum!!) But his true love is his site, his company and his blog.....AND his fans!!

Below Ive added a clip from Velvet Mafia with Brent and Erik Rhodes in their flip flop scene......enjoy it!!

Here’s Brent’s videography:
Every Poolboy's Dream, 2004 (Cobra Video)
Schoolboy Crush, 2004 (Cobra Video), starring with Brent Everett
Bareboned Twinks, 2005 (Cobra Video), starring with Brent Everett
Casting Couch 4, 2005 (Cobra Video)

The previous four titles have been voluntarily removed from circulation due to Corrigan's underage dispute. They have remained for sale on internet auction sites.

Cream BBoys, 2006 (Cobra Video)
Naughty Boy's Toys, 2006 (Cobra Video)
Brent Corrigan: Fuck Me Raw, 2006 (Cobra Video)
The Velvet Mafia, 2006 (Falcon Studios)
Take It Like A Bitch Boy, 2006 (Cobra Video)
Tell Me, 2007 (non-porn short film.)

Go visit Brent’s website and his blog. He has been severely mistreated by Cobra and its owners and should be given our support and words of encouragement. And support his site and blog by leaving messages!!! Brent Corrigan is the next superstar of gay films and should be nurtured, not tormented!! He should know how many fans he has and how much we want to see him succeed! Keep up the great work and break a leg with the site and your company!!

See you soon guys when we focus on a new guy!!
"The Camera"