Sunday, November 30, 2008
Saturday, November 29, 2008
Friday, November 28, 2008
Let me share with you an interesting Pinoy blog site dedicated to gay erotica. Visit Mga Kuwento ni Big Boy
Thursday, November 27, 2008
Wednesday, November 26, 2008
Many boys here come to hang out expecting to meet some gay men who would willingly pay for an amount for at least Php200 (about USD5) in exchange for a sexual service. And boys here come in all ages and sizes – from the illegally young ones to the fresh meat in his 20’s, they are all game for some hot, beach fun!
The beach here isn’t exactly nice. Visit on a Saturday night and you’ll be surprised with hoards of boys and men.
Tuesday, November 25, 2008
I have encountered women pushing me expecting me to give way to them. I have suffered from women sneering at me every time they feel they are being squeezed inside a jam packed train.
The first car of the train is reserved women and the “special population” – disabled, senior citizens, etc. And that’s aside from the fact that equality among the sexes is recognized in our country. We’ve had two women for presidents, for goodness sake.
With all these facts, I wonder why many women still demand for a special privilege from “gentle men”?
Monday, November 24, 2008
Sunday, November 23, 2008
We are all "echoseras", as claimed by my friend, event organizer Bien Rivera. In his interesting observation, Filipino gay men are masters of "echos", which is a gay term that refers to a silly claim or foolish talk.
According to Bien, because as young gay men living in a Christianly conservative society, we have learned to live double lives -- create lies about ourselves and sometimes pretend to be someone whom we're actually not all in the name of conforming to our "macho-centric" society.
"echos" isn't exactly bad although it is quite far from the truth. It usually is fun and does not pose a real danger unlike a deceptive lie.
And because of this observation, I now understand why I, along with other gay friends are true blue "echoseras".
Saturday, November 22, 2008
I am one of those people who are like Antonio…gay but not out.
I feel like I am him…
Nagkaroon din ako ng kaibigan na nakagalit ko din…parang si Nathan… hehehe
Naninilip din ako sa banyo…hahaha
Nilalanghap ko ang manilaw nilaw na brief ng roommate ko…
At higit sa lahat, tinatanong ko rin sarili ko…kung ano purpose ko dito sa mundo…
Naramdaman ko ang lungkot na nararamdaman ni Antonio sa movie…I love it very very much.
Thanks to all the people who made this movie. All the actors are great…
I love Uncle Jo, I love Antonio…but most of all I love Nathan!! where the hell is he??
Love you guys!!
Please if you are planning of writing another movie, please inform me through my email…
I am interested in working with you guys!!
Thanks for dropping a note. Nathan, I believe still dances for GMA7 shows.
Thursday, November 20, 2008
One of my most admired Filipino gay writers Danton Remoto is launching his new book "Rampa: Mga Sanaysay". I have always admired Danton for academic yet, accessible perspectives on gay life and society. One of his earliest books, "X Factor: Tales Outside the Closet", was a "guiding light" on how to go about with my adult gay life.
The launch of "Rampa: Mga Sanaysay" will be on Novenber 22 (Sat) at Powerbooks, Greenbelt 4, Makati.
I'm looking forward to read these queer essays only a Danton Remoto could write.
Wednesday, November 19, 2008
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
Monday, November 17, 2008
Sunday, November 16, 2008
I came across this awesome picture of 90's sexy actor Anton Bernardo at manilagayguy, and I can't help but remember him when I first met him on the set of the past TV show "Subic Bay".
"Subic Bay" was a sexy series starring Joyce Jimenez, Troy Montero, Ruffa Mae Quinto and Priscilla Almeda.
It was such a memorable shoot staying in Subic with good looking actors and about forty bikini models as extras parading almost naked all thorughout the day. Sex was practically everywhere among the talents and the visitors on the set.
Anton Bernardo became a semi-regular talent on the show. And his "bulging" presence made me practically "speechless". He was adorable and karinyoso being extra sweet to gay men in the set.
He even brought his co-actor and friend Alyson VII on the set, bringing "happiness" to several female extras on the show.
Mr. Bernardo last appeared in the film "Torotot".
Saturday, November 15, 2008
So, I was surprised to meet two of the proud hunks, Ken and Justin separately. Ken approached me while I was eating my brownies inside Fitness First Eastwood. He asked me if I was Lex. And he introduced himself as Ken, one of the men I featured here.
In another incident, while I was coming out from Abenson's at Shangri-la mall, a nice looking guy with a skin head was smiling at me. He turned out to be Justin.
Both guys were nice and are quite attractive in person.
Now, I can't wait to find our next proud hunk! Any volunteers?
Friday, November 14, 2008
Thursday, November 13, 2008
Wednesday, November 12, 2008
"Walang Kawala" stars Polo Ravales and Joseph Bitangcol, which I guess is a gay version of the Lino Brocka classic "Maynila, Sa Kuko ng Liwanag". Having read it's synopsis:
Joaquin (Polo Ravales), an unassuming fisherman, is forced to confront his homosexuality when his sex-starved wife Cynthia (Althea Vega) returns from her overseas job eager to get pregnant. His young and impulsive lover, Waldo (Joseph Bitangcol), flees to Manila in disgust. After a month of hesitation, Joaquin leaves his wife to follow Waldo. His search takes him on a seamy yet colorful trip through Manila's gay underbelly. He discovers Waldo's dangerour flirtation with Rufo (Emilio Garcia), a bisexual rogue cop who holds the clue to Waldo's disappearance. Rufo lures Joaquin into his home and introduces him to his submissive wife, Beng (Jean Garcia). A sadist who beats up Beng regularly, Rufo turns Joaquin into a prisoner and sex slave --- like he did to Waldo. When Joaquin is finally reunited with Waldo, he discovers that Rufo is about to sell them like fish to an international sex trafficking ring, along with his personal harem of male and female captives. With Beng's help, the two lovers plot their escape.
And "Kurap" starring Sherwin Ordonez is about greed and corruption among small time criminals lurking the streets of Manila. I am looking forward to see this film as it's director's first film "Sikil" is for me a notable gay film.
Pinoy gay men, let's all unit and support these two films and show the Philippine economy the power of the pink peso!
Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Monday, November 10, 2008
Sunday, November 9, 2008
Saturday, November 8, 2008
The Pride March is happening on December 6 in Malate, Manila.
How I wish I could join this pageant, sigh!
Friday, November 7, 2008
Thursday, November 6, 2008
This crime was the talk of the town among the gay men in our community and was also the biggest story in the government office of my friend who is decided to press charges against the perpetrator.
Wednesday, November 5, 2008
Tuesday, November 4, 2008
Monday, November 3, 2008
Tula ni Lex Bonife
Tahimik na ang mga martilyo, pako at lagari.
Dahan dahang nagsasabon ang mga matitipunong braso, dibdib at hita
Ubos na ang sinaing, nakakalat na ang mga lata ng sardinas
Nakahandusay na ang mga pagod na katawan,
Unti-unting nililimot ang nakahihingal na alaala ng kanilang maghapon
Maririnig ang mahinhing katok sa yerong pintuan
Ito ang isinisigaw ng marahas na pintura sa pasukan ng kanilang kaharian.
Papasok si bakla, bitbit ang bilog at emperador
Bawat mukha ay mamamangha,
Bawat antok ay mawawala.
Sa pagdating ng anghel na mahilig lumuhod