Category Archives: Gay

George Clooney as a Leather Daddy

George Cluny My guess is that this is photoshopped but I just don’t care. I love this.

Bonus Fur

Bonus Fur Ptown BoundSince tomorrow officially starts Bear Week I thought I’d add a bonus fur post this afternoon.  I hope he’s driving to Provincetown.

Maine Street Leather Bear Tea Dance Saturday 3-8PM

Gay menNot heading to Provincetown for Bear Week? No worries, Ogunquit, Maine has you covered.  Check out MAINE STREET LEATHER BEAR TEA DANCE on Saturday, July 12th from 3PM – 8PM.

Later that night check out Maine Street’s INKED PARTY and show off your ink.  Host Matthew Camp will run Maine Street’s annual Tattoo contest and be sure to say hi to special guest. DJ Pornstar.

Furry Friday

Tom MorinTom MorinThis week’s Furry Friday has a definite Daddy theme.  Tom lives in NH but is in Boston often.  He’s a handsome, easy-going guy.

Truth be told, I’ve had my eye on Tom for quite some time.  You’ll notice he caught my eye at the 2011 Carnival Parade in Ptown; he appears at 2:12 in my Carnival 2011 Video.

Past Furry Friday Posts

Fur & Gold kick off party for Bear Week

Fur and GoldFur & Gold is ready for Bear Week and will host a pre-Bear Week party at Pi Alley tomorrow.

The Friday before Bear Week may well be the busiest day of the year for Pi Alley as guys from all over the country and world fly into Boston a day early so they can take the Saturday morning ferry to Provincetown for the start of Bear Week.  There is always a fun crowd at Pi Alley the Friday before Bear Week and it is worth checking out if you have no other plans.

More information about the Fur & Gold Bear Week pre-Party at Pi Alley in Downtown Crossing can be found here.


Bear Week in Ptown

Bear WeekBear Week officially starts on Saturday, July 12th and this year there seem to be more shows, parties and personalities than ever before.

While nobody should try to see or do everything – leaving Bear Week without checking out some of the fun events that are happening during this theme week would be a shame too. Here are some events I’ve noted that you might want to check out during Bear Week.

Saturday, July 12th Underwear Party at Purgatory

Sunday, July 13th Meet author, Amistead Maupin

Monday, July 14th Kiltbears Tea Dance at Boatslip

Tuesday, July 15th Beers and Bears with Brian Sims

Wednesday, July 16th Ass Wednesday at A-House ($100 prize)

Thursday, July 17th BearMania w/ Horse Meat Disco

Friday, July 18th Fireman’s Ball at Town Hall auditorium

For a more thorough list of events happening at Bear Week in Provincetown be sure to check out


Colorado says “I do” to marriage equality

gay marriage colorado, same sex marriage coloradoOn Wednesday, a district court judge ruled against Colorado’s constitutional amendment banning marriage equality.

Just last week I mentioned six same sex couples had filed a federal lawsuit. I hadn’t expected that I’d be writing so soon that Colorado would become the 23rd state to have ruled in favor of marriage equality advocates in the past 12 months.


Big Gay Boat Ride Tea Dance Sunday 3-6PM

BGBRThis Sunday the Big Gay Boat Ride (BGBR) Tea Dance is back.  The music and fun starts at 2:30 PM – don’t be late since the boat leaves at 3PM promptly at 70 Rowes Wharf (Gate C at Boston Harbor Hotel).  As the FB event page says, just look for the boys, boas and balloons.

Buy Your Tickets Here

Event Details Here


Sand Blast Weekend in Atlantic City

gay NJ, LGBT NJI will admit that I have a soft spot for New Jersey guys. I’m not sure if it is the hair, accent or guido vibe so many of them have, but if you suffer from the same affliction you may want to take a road trip to Atlantic City, New Jersey for Sand Blast Weekend, July 18-20th.  I won’t be able to check out this event but two of my friends, Cole and Hunter – The Maverick Men, will be down there this year.  If you see them tell them BosGuy says, “Hello”.

Sand Blast Weekend – Atlantic City, NJ – July 18-20th

Scruffy Sunday

men in bed, guys spooningLooks like they never made it off the couch from last night and are going to be very sore when they finally wake up this morning. Hope you had a comfy night’s rest and have a great day.

Previous Scruffy Sunday Posts

Happy 4th of July (sort of)

4th of july muscleHurricane Arthur is suppose to wreck havoc with New England this afternoon so celebrations in Boston were moved up by a day and held last night.  Cape Cod and many coastal towns here have opted to hold their 4th of July celebrations on Saturday.  So all those guys in Provincetown and Ogunquit are either hunkered down in their house or at a nearby bar.  Grindr and Scruff must be going cuckoo.

Furry Friday

Furry Friday 4th of JulyHello and happy 4th of July.  Since Independence Day falls on a Friday I thought I’d break with tradition and share a few “Furry Friday” themed pics in honor of the holiday.

Furry Friday Independence DayFurry Friday Indpendence DayFurry Friday Independence DayPast Furry Friday Posts

Have a great 4th of July

Independence DayMany companies in the US are closing this afternoon ahead of our Independence holiday that is officially on July 4th.  For the past four years we have celebrated the holiday down in Provincetown but this year we have opted to stay home and enjoy the holiday at home in Boston. We’ll stay far away from the craziness at the Hatch Shell but look forward to the celebrations and cook outs here at home.

If you celebrate the holiday – enjoy the time away from work, have a wonderful time.

Courtney Act at Guilt on Friday, July 4th

Courtney Act at Guilt BostonAll you RuPaul Drag Race fans in Boston this weekend should head over to Guilt tomorrow night to see Courtney Act who will be available for a meet & greet and will perform.

There will be a VIP Meet & Greet and Fireworks viewing from 10:30 – 11:30 PM with a live performance at Midnight.  General admission tickets are $10; VIP Meet & Greet are $20. You can get advanced tickets here.

Marriage equality makes in roads in Kentucky (and maybe Colorado)

Marriage Equality in Kentucky, same sex marriage KentuckyYesterday was not a good day for those opposed to marriage equality.  A Federal judge in the red state of Kentucky struck down the state’s 2004 marriage ban – making this the 23rd pro-marriage ruling in the past year.  Read more here.

Additionally, six same-sex couples from Colorado filed a federal lawsuit challenging their state’s ban on the freedom to marry yesterday.  Based on the Kentucky ruling (not to mention the 22 other states that have ruled the same over the past 12 months) it would seem likely that the increasingly purple state of Colorado may be on it’s way to saying “I do” to marriage equality as well.