25 janv. 2015
22 janv. 2015
I am so proud of Colombia!
Whether you are gay or not, Bogotá is a wonderful city. But it is especially welcoming to gay and lesbians travelers who have little choice in the historically macho Latin society.
Aside from the gay popular scenes of colorful Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires, word on the street is that Bogotá, with its friendly chicos and chicas, cheap and accessible shopping, and unlimited number of cultural activities, is home to the third largest gay culture scene in South America.
So if you are gay, bisexual, or gay-friendly and want to check out what Bogotá has to offer, the best spot in town to make your home is Chapinero, a downtown neighborhood. From here, it is easy to access tourist sights, including La Candelaria and shopping in the Zona Rosa during the day, while in walking distance of the action at bars and clubs at night. Hotel Nación, which is just half a block from the trendy Village Café, has a very friendly atmosphere, but if you are on a less strict budget you should go for one of the upscale hotels in Chapinero or Zona Rosa.
Once settled in, head out for a day of sightseeing and shopping. Scope out the many free, but wonderful museums and galleries Bogotá has to offer. Visit Museo del Oro, Donación de Botero and Museo del Siglo XIX (great coffee in the beautiful courtyard). There are also lots of churches—Santa Marta is worth a look, and sometimes has concerts. La Candelaria is good to walk around, and if you take the cable car to Monserrate, you’ll be in for a stunning sunset as the city lights up. Pack lightly, as it is always fun shopping in Zona Rosa. You will find all the top labels, and for much cheaper than in the US or Europe—Diesel jeans go for half price! Shops and boutiques line the streets, but you should also go into the Centro Commercial Andino and the Rápido shopping centers.
Once you have shopped until you drop, take a rest and then return to Zona Rosa for dinner. While there is traditional food served in the Colombian chain Crepes and Waffles, you can also opt for some of the tastiest international cuisine in all of Latin America. The Thai restaurant The Wok, is highly recommended and there is also a microbrew pub with good bar food.
For after dinner drinks, hit the trendy The Village Café. A comfortable bar with tasty cocktails, even if it is a bit pricey for Bogotá, it’s a good place to start and find out what is happening in town for the week. The super cool El Recreo de Adán in Zona Rosa is also lovely and a very welcoming gay bar. You might also want to try La Oficina as well.
As the night grows late, Lotus, which is next to Teatrón, Bogotá´s largest gay club, is the best place, especially on a Thursday night. You can dance and talk with gorgeous guys or gals until 7 a.m. while listening to 1980s pop-rock and chart music on the main dance floor, while house music plays in the other room. If you are in town on a Friday night, try The Closet in Calera, which is a drive away in the hills. If you do get lucky, and you are not going back to his or her place, there are special “love hotels” on the same street as Teatrón.
21 janv. 2015
Fox News a assuré pendant plusieurs jours qu'il existait en France des "no go zones", des zones interdites, entre autres délires. L'émission LPJ de Canal + a exigé des excuses et multiplié les actions.
— Après sa campagne contre Fox News - qui affirmait que des quartiers français et britanniques étaient soumis à la charia - «Le Petit Journal» est devenu une star outre-Atlantique.
Si la campagne du Petit Journal contre Fox News a mobilisé en France, elle a également permis à l'émission de gagner considérablement en notoriété outre-Atlantique.
Tout a commencé avec des informations erronées largement relayées par Fox News. La chaîne de télévision américaine avait diffusé, après les attentats de Paris, des interviews d'«experts» faisant état de zones de non-droit interdites aux non-musulmans, allant jusqu'à comparer des quartiers entiers de la capitale française à l'Irak ou à l'Afghanistan.
Ces affirmations avaient provoqué un tollé sur les réseaux sociaux, orchestré notamment par les journalistes du Petit Journal. Ces derniers ont mené une campagne acharnée contre la chaîne américaine, appelant les spectateurs à écrire à différents membres de la direction de la chaîne. Fox News a été dans l'obligation de nuancer son propos et de présenter ses excuses à plusieurs reprises, samedi 17 janvier. Affaire très suivie aux Etats-Unis
De nombreux journaux américains ont repris l'affaire. Dans l'un des articles du New York Times consacrés au sujet, le Petit Journal est décrit comme une émission «dans la tradition satirique de Charlie Hebdo», bien que moins impertinente, suivie par 3 millions de téléspectateurs.
«Le Petit Journal réserve d'habitude son venin aux femmes et hommes politiques français. Mais après les attentats de Paris, ila jeté son dévolu sur une cible outre-atlantique, la chaîne américaine Fox News, après que celle-ci a affirmé que des quartiers entiers de Paris étaient soumis à la charia», explique le quotidien américain.
«On s'est bien amusé » «C'était très agaçant. On a utilisé l'humour pour notre campagne contre Fox News, c'est plus efficace que de s'énerver», affirme le présentateur de l'émission, Yann Barthès.
Bien sûr, il est difficile de savoir dans quelle mesure la campagne du Petit Journal a influencé la ligne éditoriale de Fox. Toujours est-il que l'appel de l'émission française à envoyer un e-mail à la direction de Fox News pour dénoncer ces fausses informations a été relayé plus de 7000 fois en moins de 5 minutes sur Twitter.http://rue89.nouvelobs.com/zapnet/2015/01/14/petit-journal-ose-rendre-les-no-go-zones-parisiennes-257084 http://www.nytimes.com/2015/01/20/world/europe/fox-news-becomes-unwilling-star-of-french-tv-show.html?_r=0 http://www.lexpress.fr/actualite/medias/no-go-zones-apres-une-campagne-au-bazooka-du-petit-journal-fox-news-s-excuse_1641939.html
à suivre .....
French Tv Show "Le petit journal" Vs Fox News
Earlier this week Fox News hosted Steven Emerson, an alleged terrorism expert, who claimed that the entire city of Birmingham, England was occupied by radical Muslims and was inaccessible to anyone else. His remarks were widely ridiculed, including by David Cameron, the British Prime Minister, who called Emerson an “idiot.” Emerson later recanted and apologized for his “terrible error.” But Fox wasn’t done embarrassing itself with false tales of horror. Over at Fox & Friends, Elisabeth Hasselbeck interviewed a former Air Force pilot who claimed to have personal knowledge of the deterioration of French society. Nolan Peterson said that there were "741 no-go zones throughout France." Peterson described his adventures in the wilds of Paris saying that... "It was pretty scary. I've been to Afghanistan and Iraq and Kashmir, India, and at times it felt like that - those places in these no-go zones. [...and that...] You see young men wearing Osama Bin Laden t-shirts in a hookah shop."debunked by the Washington Post, a point that Barthès noted. Fox also displayed a map of the so-called no-go zones in Paris which brought spontaneous laughter from the residents of Paris in the audience who knew better. It also inspired Barthès to courageously send his crew into the no-go zones for some person-on-the-street interviews. And just to be on the safe side, they were suited up in safety gear and helmets, which turned out not to be necessary. French TV makes fun of Fox News (again!)
French TV show Le Petit Journal makes fun of Fox News because of their info about France being completely wrong. They stated that Paris had no-go zones that are supposedly so dangerous police can't even get in, which is of course completely absurd. A Fox correspondent in Paris is being interviewed in this episode.
Fox News ‘No Go Zone’ Lies Exposed In Most Wonderful Way By French TV Show image: http://edge.liveleak.com/80281E/u/u/ll2/hd_video_icon.jpg
"A French TV host this week mocked Fox News for its coverage of Muslim “no-go zones” in France by sending staffers out on the streets to discover how dangerous these places really are. Yann Barthès, the host of Le Petit Journal, showed video of a Fox guest telling Elisabeth Hasselbeck he’s been to some of these areas where non-Muslims supposedly aren’t allowed, and they feel just as dangerous as Iran or Afghanistan. Barthès referred to them as “Barbie and Ken,” and laughed at them for citing a poll about French support of ISIS that was discredited already by The Washington Post. And then, Barthès said, the “credibility of the two Fox News clowns disappeared when they showed a map of Paris with some ‘no-go zones.’” And he proceeded to mock Fox by sending staffers out into the streets of these supposedly dangerous areas to find… well… nothing terribly threatening."* The Young Turks host Cenk Uygur breaks it down.
20 janv. 2015
The first time I was "rimmed" it just sent me over the top!! I had never imagined this being done to me. I rimmed my long-time partner once but he didn't care for it at all. Needless to say, he wouldn't "return the favor". I am much more into sex than he's ever been but the relationship has been great. http://www.reddit.com/r/gay/comments/2niqpa/are_rimjobs_a_normal_thing_for_gay_guys_to_do/
The anus has a relatively high concentration of nerve endings and can be an erogenous zone, and the receiver may receive pleasure from external anal stimulation
RIMM IS-IT NORMAL ? Ok so I just had my first rimjob, I've been with my boyfriend quite sometime and when I met him he was a virgin( I wasnt).I have to say he has to be the hottest man in bed EVER. Last night when we had sex he was getting really close to my ass he started fingering and kissing it,( he LOVES! my booty). He then started licking my ass and sticking his tongue in my asshole. It Felt SOOO GOOOD! Today he told me he can't wait to do it again he got so turned on by doing it, mmm, it gets me horney thinking about it. I think if you are clean and you love each other , Go FOR IT! it is AH- mazing
What It Feels Like To Get A Rim (Job Madison Moore)
If you’re not getting rimmed, your sex life is kind of incomplete. Getting your tail licked is an awesome feeling, much better than getting a mani/pedi. It’s a feeling that might make you a little squeamish at first, but once you loosen up and hand over that pink flower, there’s just nooo going back.
I’d never heard about rim jobs until well into my adult sex life. The first time a boyfriend asked if he could “lick” me I thought it was so WEIRD. I was only 22 and living in France, so I automatically thought licking butts was just some kind of kinky thing French guys did. The point of studying abroad is to have close contact with people in your host country, soo if I let him go down on me and I’m supposed to be over here learning French customs, it’s kind of a cultural exchange.
Up until then my sex life consisted mostly of BJs and HJs. But that’s the thing about being a gay male: it seems like you have more freedom to discover the anus as a secret pleasure tunnel.
The second the French guy put his tongue on my anus it felt slippery and warm and pokey and wrong. Actually, it didn’t feel like anything, so I wondered if something was wrong with me, like maybe I was missing some nerve endings down there. A few more minutes into it, though, I had a sexual blackout. My face was buried deep in the pillow and I remember praising the lord and clenching the sheets, which of course only made him go at it even more. When it was over I was like, “WAIT WHY DID YOU STOP??!!”
Even though the butt holds plenty of G-Spot fun for everybody, there’s such stigma around the backside as a no-go zone that the mere thought of licking somebody else’s hole is an instant turn off for some. Heaven forbid you’re the one in the relationship who loves getting rimmed, or who loves giving rim jobs, and you’ve never come out about your oral fixations. Now you have to deal with the fear of rejection and embarrassment. You want to lick my WHAT? I mean, why would you lick an ass? We already know what to do with P’s and V’s because they go where they’re supposed to go. But butts are taboo, off-limits, and that’s what make rim jobs so exciting. Dogs say “hello” by sniffing each other’s butts, so why shouldn’t we?
Rim jobs aren’t just a gay thing. Gay guys are rimming each other, sure, but girlfriends are rimming girlfriends, boyfriends are rimming girlfriends, and girlfriends are rimming boyfriends. Raise those asses up high, people! The fun part of human sexuality is discovering new things as we get older and gain more experience. Otherwise, it’s just the same old in-and-out-in-and-out for the rest of our lives — and wouldn’t that be boring?
Curious about doing a rim job on somebody? I have two key words for you: Wash it! Wash it! Wash it! The fear of a poopy backside has a lot to do with why people hesitate to take their sex lives all the way there. But see, all you have to do is hop in the shower and scrub that pink clean, maybe with some artisanal shower gel that has a hint Jojoba oil if you feel the need to add a classy touch.
If there’s one thing about getting rimmed it’s that people who give rim jobs LOVE giving rim jobs, as it goes with kinky sexual fetishes, which always makes for a very exciting experience. There’s no such thing as lackluster booty eating! When you rim you’re making a commitment. As one of my friends put it, “As long as I have a face, you have a seat.” He can be reached at 555-ANUS.