One of our favorite alt country bands just dropped a steamy -- yet tender -- new video for their song "I Don't Know What To. Indiana Queen is a group fronted by openly queer Kevin Thornton that is breaking new group in the traditionally conservative, heteronormative genre of country music. When I asked my friends Phillipe and Nick a real life couple in Nashville who star in the video , they brought so much chemistry it morphed into something else, but I really love the end result. Check out the video above and keep your eyes peeled for Indiana Queen's album release next month. Want to see more from this group? Head here.
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Maybe you've seen the recent video that purports to show "what actually happens when gay guys see other gay guys and straight people aren't around. Upon recognizing one another's gayness, and realizing they're in a space utterly devoid of heterosexuality, the three men launch into some light runway…. The underlying tension of the scene stems from the idea that these men are only free—or perhaps safe —to unleash their purest gay selves in the company of others like them. Halperin writes in How to be Gay. Because masculinity is the only "natural and authentic identity" in a patriarchal society, expressing one's femininity is viewed as a performance on top of that state of being. A feminine "performance" can prove dangerous for men, regardless of sexuality, just as failing to sufficiently "perform" femininity can prove dangerous for women. Actually, a woman's feminine "performance" can also be used against her—see knee-jerk questions about rape victims like "What was she wearing?
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This site is about men taller than 6'1" 1. Plus they are usually also handsome and often muscular. Do you understand why there are so few tall men's websites out there? Since this site has seen college students and athletes come and go. A lot of orange basketballs and red cups.
As the queer community gains visibility and acceptance, spaces have opened up for romantic relationships and friendships to grow among queer men across the generation gap. In this new video from Logo TV, young and older gay-identifying men talk about their experiences with cross-generational relationships, as well as what they've come to look for in these encounters. The perspectives among this group of men are varied. Some of the younger men explain the rise of these kind of relationships as tied to the "daddy" culture now permeating the queer community. On the other hand, one older man said that he never hits on younger gay men because he doesn't want to be perceived as a predator.