Tag Archives: kiss

Hot Telephone Linemen make out Mid-air!?


Apparently, it is really a mid-air medical rescue: mouth to mouth. Still hot! (More) great images of Men Kissing…big slide show!

Homo Kiss-Ins for I.D.A.H.O. – International Day Against HOmophobia

May 17th is International Day Against HOmophobia. I.D.A.H.O. is a francophone project, with roots in Paris and branches in Quebec, but events are planned around the world. Kiss-Ins are a popular theme.  San Francisco’s Gary Virginia is planning a Pink Party at the Cafe Flore from 5 – 7 pm. The Flore, or the Cafe Hairdo as it has long been known to locals, is located at the northeast corner of Market and Noe. Come hang out and make out! For a current list of I.D.A.H.O. happenings, plus images for download and more, click here. For a slide show of Sexy Guys Kissing, click here!

May the 4th STILL be with you! Great Gay Portugese Androids. #maythe4thbewithyou

Gay Androids! From the Portugese comics/cosplay site Cinemaxunga. Worth a visit!

Men Kissing…sexy slide show.

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Facebook, that gleaming bastion of Internet freedom, is purportedly zapping pics of same-sex kisses. FB users have responded with Kissing is Cool, a virtual public event and discussion. More on that here. For revolutionary Egyptian kisses, click here and here.

Revolutionary Affection: More Eqyptian Soldier-kissing.

An Egyptian army officer greets anti-government protestors as he walks through Tahrir Square in Cairo February 12, 2011. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez

Everyone needs a hobby, and it is good to see soldier-kissing becoming so popular. Consider the advantages. It is entertaining for both the participants and the observers. It is non-violent. It is economical; a game for both rich and poor. And it is 100% green. Will soldier-kissing spread beyond Egypt? Will flash-mob kissing the ROTC become the new fad on American college campuses? Where might this lead? Is it a Slippery Slope? We can only hope! More soldier-kissing here. For a great take-off of Lady Gaga’s Telephone as performed by soldiers in Afghanistan, click here.

Egyptian Kiss: amid turmoil, protesters show appreciation to low-key government soldiers.

An Egyptian anti-government activist kisses an Egyptian army officer in Tahrir square in Cairo on Saturday, Jan. 29, 2011. Ben Curtis/AP Photo

It could be a blood-bath, but its not. One of history’s ugliest lessons: it can always turn bloody. So far, so good. Some looting, very little shooting, and now a little soldier-kissing. Nothing particularly gay about it. Men do kiss in many cultures. Nevertheless, it is good to see. The young soldier is kissable, at the very least, and the older man looks good in his bomber jacket. Leather in Cairo? Who knew!