Few months ago, jeweler Tiffany & Co. featured a gay couple in their printed and digital ads. This time they are back with a video that celebrates diversity in love with a moving new ad. Entitled “Will You?”
The video is full of the best kinds of questions such as, “Will you let me be the guy who gets to make fun of you because you take three minutes to butter your toast in the morning?” and ends with a simple, four-word inquiry: “Will you marry me?”
The commercial features a variety of couples, including an interracial couple and a same-sex couple, on the road to engagement. Tiffany & Co. previously featured the same gay couple in an ad released in January.
“Nowadays, the road to marriage is no longer linear,” Tiffany spokesperson Linda Buckley said to CNN. “True love can happen more than once with love stories coming in a variety of forms.”
Once again, Tiffany & Co., I congratulate you. Your commercial is very moving. The music and beautiful images are amazing!
What do you guys think? Wanna marry me now? Lol
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Randy Blue has put together a video to help you guys at the gym. Well it is not exactly tips to help you gain muscles or give you better abs…It is a video about helping you pickup dudes at the gym. Caleb Strong and Scotty Marx are guiding you through their 10 tips to help you pumpin’ that “muscle” you have between your legs. Some tips are very interesting …
Check it out below and let me know what you think and if you’ll try these tips!
In Europe one time with some gay Dutch friends, we entertained ourselves one cold night with a game called “How I Became a Cock-Sucker.” The only American at this gathering at my friends’ home in the Netherlands, I told them how it happened to me.
The beginning of my cock-sucking began when I was a young teenager in the 1970s. Many of you were born way after that time, and so you might find this “ancient history.” We didn’t have cell phones, personal computers, or faxes in those days. We didn’t even have answering machines. If you needed to get hold of a person on a phone, you called them on the rotary phone and talked to a person or you didn’t.
It was a much simpler time: good in some ways, not so good in other ways. Not so good was the “closetness” of gays. Some gay guys were out, but in small Midwestern towns, for the most part, if you were gay, you were not out. Being gay and young in a small Midwestern town was not easy. There were no gay characters on TV, no gay magazines you could buy in my small town, and “gay marriage” would have been laughed at or been an idea most people thought too horrible or sinful to contemplate.
Along with learning who won an Oscar at last night’s Academy Awards, we learned a lot more: Who to call (your parents to tell them you love ‘em ), and what women should be paid (the same as men). From civil rights to immigration and health issues such as Alzheimer’s and Lou Gehrig’s diseases, advocacy was a big part of last night’s show. Here’s a quick rundown of what people are saying the day after the show.
-After winning a best supporting actress Oscar for Boyhood, Patricia Arquette addressed every mother and every American: “We have fought for everybody else’s equal rights. It’s our time to have wage equality once and for all — and equal rights for women in the United States of America.” Loud cheers rose as Arquette spoke, with Meryl Streep repeatedly pointing at Arquette as she applauded her alongside Jennifer Lopez.
-Race was also a topic at an Oscars in which all 20 of the nominees in the acting categories were white, and the Martin Luther King Jr. film Selma wasn’t picked to vie for any of the high-profile awards besides best picture. After winning for best original song for Selma’s “Glory,” John Legend and Common outlined a struggle that’s still continuing. In a performance and acceptance speech, they reflected how fully politics were intertwined with this Oscars show
Fifty Shades of Grey brought BDSM back on everybody’s lips. It started as an erotic romance novel by British author E. L. James. It is the first installment in the Fifty Shades trilogy that traces the deepening relationship between a college graduate, Anastasia Steele, and a young business magnate, Christian Grey. It is notable for its explicitly erotic scenes featuring elements of sexual practices involving BDSM. The series of books has sold over 100 million copies worldwide and been translated into 52 languages and set a record in the United Kingdom as the fastest-selling paperback of all time. Critical reception of the book, however, has tended toward the negative, with the quality of its prose generally seen as poor. Universal Pictures and Focus Features produced a film adaptation, which was released last week on 13 February 2015 and also received generally unfavorable reviews. I’ve seen the movie and personally loved it, did you see it?
For those of you not familiar with the term, BDSM is a variety of erotic practices involving dominance and submission, roleplaying, restraint, and other interpersonal dynamics. Given the wide range of practices, some of which may be engaged in by people who do not consider themselves as practicing BDSM, inclusion in the BDSM community or subculture is usually dependent on self-identification and shared experience. Interest in BDSM can range from one-time experimentation to a lifestyle.