Showing posts with label Video. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Video. Show all posts

October 13, 2018

Who The F* Are You ?~~ Douglas Levinson~~ How To Follow Your Dreams in NYC~~

A Powerful Video that will show what it takes to follow your dreams in NYC 🌇


Everyone has a different definition of success, but here in New York City, sometimes just getting through the damn day can feel like an incredible achievement. On a fundamental level, you're "making it" here as long as you're still up and active, still doing the work, even if nobody sees it. You should feel proud you're still hacking away at it (whatever it is!) in the face of all of New York's abrasiveness. Like when you're just trying to practice your trumpet in some corner somewhere and the world's angriest NYU Film School graduate makes it his mission to crush your dreams into dust, SUCKA.

This Sunday, October 14th, marks the fifth anniversary of the short YouTube masterpiece "trumpet fight." If you've never seen it before, stop reading right now and experience all its seething glory for yourself, you miserable presumptuous no talent:

 Yeah, that's the stuff.
To honor the perseverance and true grit that defines real New York City artists, we hereby declare October 14th International "You're Talented And Not A Disgrace And You Do Not Suck Day." (This is not intended to take anything away from the other October 14th holiday World Standards Day, which honors all those experts who develop standards.)

So get out there this Sunday and celebrate You're Talented And Not A Disgrace And You Do Not Suck Day! Dance in the subway or slap on your clown makeup or grab a musical instrument or a paint brush or just start singing. Show the haters that they have no power to stop you, no matter how many times they walked Bob Dylan up on stage in 1975.
And have a great weekend, SUCKA.

September 25, 2018

Report: New woman comes out against Kavanaugh

The Democrats on the Judiciary Comittee are calling for a hault on these nomination until a background FBI investigation is made with the new allegation. It has also been revealed that staffers knew about this new woman and maybe others.

August 3, 2018

A President Gone Viral Insane! SNL Shows What They Really Look Like

June 19, 2018

Brooke Candy-Opulance

I was upset the cat would not let me clip her claws and I mean claws, I figured I would be gentler with her but she was not gentler with me she was making sounds of the creature down below.. I don't think this is a real put my mind someplace else so I could finish working, I saw this trailer and it got my attention and then I started laughing.....maybe it will do the same to my dear reader💖

April 14, 2018

Missiles over Damascus {Visual}

February 1, 2018

The Killer of Gay Men in Chechnya Comes Out of His Hole (video)

 Young Maximile singer and while a teenager a friend of Ramzan until it was found out he was gay. He dissapeared last seen with the killer of Chechnya, witnesses say he was killed. 

If You want to read the stories of brutality on killing and making gay men dissapear from the hole of the earth and it's owner Ramzon Kadyrov, you can search Chechnya and Chechen (also Gay Persecussion and Gay Killings). You wont find stories about tourism or anything else good at least not here. adamfoxie

January 25, 2018

Suicide, I'll Be Here Tomorrow

"I think as a society, as human beings, we just have to be more compassionate and that includes me too," Paul says in the seven-minute video. He said he had been humbled in the aftermath of his publishing of footage that included images of a dead body — and Paul and his friends laughing and talking nearby.

The new episode of Paul's vlog begins by featuring Kevin Hines, who jumped from the Golden Gate Bridge when he was 19. Now a suicide prevention advocate, Hines says he is one of the only 36 people who has survived that fall. 

October 10, 2017

He Finished 10th in The Race but His Penis Waving to Fans Was No 1

Fans who attended the Košice Peace Marathon, one of Europe’s oldest marathons, in Slovakia on Sunday were given an unexpected sight when Jozef Urban’s penis and balls slipped out of his shorts.
But he didn’t let that stop him from finishing 10th in the race and achieving a personal best time of 2 hours, 21 minutes and 51 seconds. He even had time to offer one spectator a high-five.
A video of the unfortunate incident has been viewed over 500,000 times on YouTube, and while many recordings of the moment have been removed, these things don’t stay down for long…
Check out the embarrassing moment below – and remember, it’s totally NSFW.
You’ve been warned.

October 4, 2017

An Army Guy Coming Out Story

August 4, 2017

The 5 LGBT Things to Know Today! and Blond Ambition Performs

1. Nearly 250 faith leaders gathered on the steps of Texas’ capitol this week to denounce the state legislature’s proposed transgender “bathroom bills.”
2. The Russian LGBT Network just released a 30-page report of its latest findings regarding treatment of gay men in Chechnya.
3. A total of five gay men have gone missing in Toronto since 2010, all under mysterious circumstances. NewNowNext examines what investigators know.
4. Minneapolis, Minnesota, has a large population of Somali-Americans. Those who identify as LGBT have difficulty finding where they fit in, and some feel racism is rampant in the community.
5. VIDEO OF THE DAY: The band Blond Ambition released a new music video for the song “Stupid Boy / Girl,” created a statement of solidarity for the transgender community. Watch it now:

July 22, 2017

Sir Dirk Bogarde Taped Interview 1993

May 12, 2017

Jonathan Majors [When We Rise] Inteview

Jonathan Majors (‘When We Rise’): ‘Growing up, you don’t really come across a lot of gay rights history’ [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO]

“Growing up, you don’t really come across a lot of gay rights history,” divulges Jonathan Majors during our recent webcam chat (watch the exclusive video above) about his role in “When We Rise.” Created by Oscar-winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black (“Milk”), this ABC limited series recounts the gay rights movement in America. Majors stars as activist Ken Jones, played in adulthood by Michael Kenneth Williams. The series features a large ensemble cast, including Guy PearceMary-Louise ParkerRachel GriffithsDavid Hyde PierceWhoopi Goldberg, and Rosie O’Donnell.
To prepare for the role, the actor immersed himself in research. Majors, “started at Stonewall, and then went backwards and forwards to figure out where we are now.” He then, “looked at it from the point of view of Ken, what he was dealing with, one being African American, two being Christian, three being in the military, and what it would’ve been like with what relations were – or the lack of relations – in those three specific communities around homosexuality.”
Majors studied drama at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts and at Yale University. He can next be seen in the upcoming films “Hostiles,” “White Boy Rick,” and “Captive State.” Check out our full interview above for more about his work in “When We Rise.”
Be sure to make your Emmy predictionsWeigh in now with your picks so that Hollywood insiders can see how their TV shows and performers are faring in our Emmy odds. You can keep changing your predictions until just before nominees are announced on July 13. And join in the fierce debate over the 2017 Emmys taking place right now with Hollywood insiders in our TV forums.

March 19, 2017

India’s Masculinity and Sensuality Overlapping Art, Poverty and Intolerance

 William Gedney’s photographs of India capture the public intimacy between men in the city of Benares, or Varanasi.  

March 5, 2017

Mr. Gay Syria (A Film by Syrians)

Ayse met Mahmoud in 2011 as she was reporting on the Syrian refugee crisis at the Turkish border. Before accepting to become her fixer, Mahmoud told her: “I’m gay, are you ok with that?”. They struck up a friendship instantly.

As they returned to Istanbul, Mahmoud told Ayse about an ambitious plan: to organise a secret competition to elect - among the refugees in Turkey’s iconic city - a Mr Gay Syria who would then travel to Mister Gay World contest.

Mahmoud’s goal was obviously not to simply pick a good-looking peer but rather to put a spotlight on his community : Syrians who had to run away from war and homophobia, finding themselves in a place that did not accept them either.

We’re running this crowd funding campaign to finish our film and share the important stories of people surviving the greatest humanitarian crisis of our times.

We wanted to show a side of the migration crisis that is rarely portrayed, steering away from the depictions of nameless masses by certain media and politicians. We made a film that could be understood at a human level - getting to know our characters' dreams and aspirations as well as their daily struggles.

For the past three years, we have been following our characters in Turkey, Malta, Germany and Norway.

Please help us finish this documentary so we can share it far and wide.


Ayse Toprak, the director of this film, worked for many years at Al Jazeera reporting from Turkey. On her assignments, she met countless of people, but no one marked her quite as much as Mahmoud Hassino. He was the first LGBT blogger in Syria and her interpreter whilst on assignment at the Turkish-Syrian border.

He is Syrian and openly gay. Being open about your sexuality is an inherent risk in the region. Mahmoud knew the dangers and accepted them, he wanted to show the world that his community matters. That they deserve a voice and representation.

Mahmoud introduced Ayse to Husein, a 23-year-old gay Syrian refugee from Aleppo, now living in Istanbul. Husein's dream was to finally show his true face to the world, to remove his mask. This is why he decided to participate to Mr Gay Syria.

Last but not least, Mr Gay Syria is a proud French-German-Turkish coproduction:

Paris-based Antoine Simkine has been producing films for more than 15 years. His latest release Summer of Sangailé premiered at Sundance and Berlin Film Festival in 2015.

Christine Kiauk has been running Coin Film with fellow producer Herbert Schwering for several years. They've been at the forefront of indie filmmaking in Europe ever since.

Ekin Çalisir is a Turkish filmmaker and journalist based in Istanbul.

  Shot from Mr. Gay Syrian
for their film: learn more on their websiteVideo by  Ayse Toprak

September 24, 2016

Interview of Gay Arabs Talking About Their Sexuality


One of the hardest regions of the globe to be lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender is the Arab world. In Saudi Arabia and Yemen, the punishment for the crime of sodomy is death by stoning, and many other countries impose prison sentences.

Also challenging is the fact that the stigma associated with being LGBT is so great, many people feel they can’t come out even to their family or closest friends.

On this edition of Global Journalist, a look at the uncertain lives of LGBT people in Arab nations.
Joining the program:

Saleem Haddad, the Jordanian-born author of the new novel "Guapa," about the outing of a young gay man in an unnamed Arab country.
Graeme Reid, director of the LGBT rights program at Human Rights Watch.
Esra'a Al-Shafei, a Bahraini activist and director of Mideast Youth, network of online platforms that amplify marginalized voices in the region.
Antoun Issa, a senior editor at the Middle East Institute who has written extensively on LGBT issues in the region.

January 6, 2016

Questions Straight Men Have for Gay Men

First let me say that I am surprised that I am posting this video. However it does fall within the guidelines for publication of adamfoxie*blog: Fresh, Current, Provocative 
I didn't understand the conversation about the butt hole. Can someone please, write in words what they said? (the captions on the video didn't help)
+musicislife They were talking about a "prolapsed anus" but thought the term was "anal fissure". Have fun googling both of those terms!

November 7, 2015

In Viral Vid Latino kids Pound at Trump

That’s one way to get your message across.
These Latino children have hit back at Presidential hopeful Donald Trump’s racist rant in a hilarious video that has gone viral.
Their strong message contains several choice phrases as they tell Trump exactly what they think of his campaign and how proud they are of their heritage.
The kids — who introduce themselves as Ricardo and Rosa — yell obscene profanities at the camera as they state their case for the opposition in the video, "Trashing Trump: Latino Kids Pound Racism Like a Piñata."

Ricardo raises a middle finger to the camera in the hilarious video.DEPORT RACISM VIA YOUTUBE

Ricardo raises a middle finger to the camera in the hilarious video.

 At one point, the boy raises a middle finger to the camera and holds a sign that reads “Deport this.”
“I’m an American, born in the U.S.A. This is my home," the children rant. “You can’t take my rights away. If you don’t like our Constitution and what it stands for, get the f--k out of my country.”
Trump caused controversy in June when he said he would build a “great, great wall” on the Mexican-American border, and accused the country of sending “not the right people” to the U.S.

The kids poke fun at Donald Trump's unique hairstyle.DEPORT RACISM VIA YOUTUBE

The kids poke fun at Donald Trump's unique hairstyle.

“(Mexico is) sending people that have lots of problems, and they are bringing those problems to us," he said. “They are bringing drugs, and bringing crime, and their rapists.”
The video was put together by the team behind, an online movement to fight anti-Latino racism in the 2016 election.
Describing the video on YouTube, they wrote “There’s no denying the math that you can’t win the White House without the brown vote.” 



July 1, 2015

Goes Viral: Young NYC Cop Gets Down on Pride

So nice to see a young cop mingle in the safety of our out gay community! Save for posterity.

March 31, 2015

3D Animation of Doomed Germanwings Flight

February 22, 2015

Coming Out Short Video Gets Moore than 100 Million Chinese Hits


Same-sex couple Zhang Yi (R) and Hai Bei pose for their wedding photographs at Qianmen street on Valentine's Day in Beijing February 14, 2009. For a number of Beijing's gay and lesbian community, Valentine's Day is not just a day to celebrate loving relationships, but also an ideal time to campaign for same-sex marriages and the acceptance of homosexuality in China.  

“When are you going to get married?” is the dreaded question that single Chinese don’t want to hear when they go home to their parents for the Lunar New Year celebration.
Among heterosexual males, because of the gender imbalance, there are fewer females than males, which makes finding a girlfriend more challenging. For gays and lesbians, it’s more a matter of first coming out to their family and then waiting for their acceptance of their choice.
Anticipating this annual dilemma of young adults and their parents, the Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) just released a video about coming out and coming home, with the Lunar New Year as the background.
The six-minute, 46-second video has become viral with over 108 million clicks on the website, according to the Wall Street Journal. In YouTube, where it was reposted, it has almost 400,000 views.
Titled “Coming Home – Celebrating Chinese New Year” or “Huijia” in Chinese, the professionally made poignant film is one which many gay Chinese could relate.
It showed the parents in denial after their only child comes out and admits he is gay. Then they told not to come home anymore for future Lunar New Year celebrations. However, after a few years, the parents relented and finally accepted their son and asked him to join them again for the 2015 Lunar New Year.
Hu Zhijun, cofounder of PLFAG in China, said he hopes that the video could help young Chinese gays deal with the issue as they go home for the biggest holiday in China.
Hu said that to produce the video, which costs US$1,600, the LGBT group received online donations. He said the aim of the video is to increase awareness among Chinese about homosexuality since it is still a common belief in the Asian giant that being gay is an ailment which needs treatment or “just a lifestyle that people can choose to change.”

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