This week we’re focusing on the those who bring a little something extra to our Instagram feeds—that cock of the hip, a hand on the waist, maybe even a booty tooch—you know the ones. It’s the Gayborhood’s fiercest posers.
Rocky On Broadway may be going black in just a few weeks, but some of the male cast members weren’t going to let the curtain close before showing off the chiseled physiques they earned from training for the show. Out magazine has an online exclusive slideshow of four Rocky actors—James Brown III, Adrian Aguilar, Okieriete Onoadowan, and Adam Perry—who volunteered to be photographed with little more than a boxing glove and a smile. Check out some of the NSFW photos below. I had to black out the naughtier ones, so head over to Out to see the real deal.
Friday night about 100 muscle-y souls braved the rain to enjoy PhillyGayCalendar’s Boys of Summer 2014 kickoff pool party at North Shore Beach Club. The affair was the first in a weekend long parade of parties that raised money for the long-running LGBT events calendar. The following day there was a car wash on Camac Street (a video soon to come), followed by the big party at Voyeur nightclub and, on Sunday, an afternoon BBQ to close out the annual event. I’ve got photos of the pool party below.
East Passyunk Avenue (EPA) was more jammed-up with automobiles than usual this weekend when it hosted the ninth annual East Passyunk Car Show and Street Festival. It was packed with people, too, all there to check out the 150 registered cars (including Frank Rizzo’s 1980 Fleetwood), and an army of circus acts performing in the street. HughE Dillon and the EPA share some photos below:
This weekend, the gays took over Atlantic City with the annual circuit party Sand Blast. Attendance was high, primarily for the boys, with lots of muscle heads that hailed from all over the U.S. We were there for most of the weekend to catch all the action. Check out these snaps from the main event, a beach party on Saturday that brought out lots of hotties from near and far.
Every Friday I round up the best shots from some of #GayPhilly’s most double-tappable Instagram hams. Think of it as our big gay society page. This week, we’re tickling your funny bone with the photos that made us giggle.
On Saturday Fairmount celebrated the 20th Annual Bastille Day at Eastern State Penitentiary. The event commemorates the beginning of the French Revolution with the Storming of the Bastille on the 14 July 1789. The Bearded Ladies Cabaret Company performed an artistic interpretation of the story, with founder John Jarboe playing French cabaret great Edith Piaf. Terry McNally, co-owner of the nearby London Grill reprised her role as Marie Antoinette, telling the citizens from the roof of the “Bastille,” “Let them eat Tastykake!”
This year I wanted to do something a little different and photograph the event from the performance stage as well as from behind the scenes, which my partner Mike Toub photographed. Check out our shots below to find out why Marie Antoinette’s head was spared at this year’s celebration.
Every Friday I round up the best shots from some of #GayPhilly’s most double-tappable Instagram hams. Think of it as our big gay society page. This week, when we go to Rehoboth …