Daily Archives: March 7, 2012


‘Bully’ Doc Gets PG-Rating in Canada, Despite MPAA’s R-Rating Stateside

‘Bully’ Doc Gets PG-Rating in Canada, Despite MPAA’s R-Rating Stateside

Another example of how America has become so ass backwards and why Canada beats us to it (the right thing to do), again. Director Lee Hirsch applauds liberal British Columbia film censors for slapping no age restriction on the documentary about bullying among school-age kids. TORONTO – The Lee Hirsch documentary Bully, given an R-rating stateside by the

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Bearded Greek Model Madness Dimitris Alexandrou, He Will Wet Your Whistle (Photo Spread)

  Greek model Dimitris Alexandrou by Errikos Andreou More Dimitris Alexandrou by Errikos Andreou Via homotography.blogspot.com


Hair Ball of the Day: Sissydude Does Exclusive Photo Shoot Just for Accidental Bear

Get with the times and checkout sissydude.com. Often not NSFW but not always, be daring and live on the edge in your work cubicle. The site is by far one of the most unique joys of the Internet by far. Accidental Bear has had the pleasure of several lovely interactions with sissydude himself who also was featured

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Dads in Briefs Commercial: Can You Figure Out What They are Selling While You Laugh Out Loud (Video)

Agency:Del Campo Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi Director:Nico & Martín Production Company: Primo Buenos Aires

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JustLeftTheCloset.com: A New Social Networking Site for LGBT Teens Has Launched

Just one inappropriate, yet hilarious thought. I hope they have a strong safety shield to keep NAMBLA from creating fake profiles.   LGBT teens have a new social-networking site they can call their own. JustLeftTheCloset.com launched in February and is a social-networking space for kids just coming out or not quite out yet to connect with


When Bullies Go to Work They Move from the Playground to the Corner Office

  My friend Dennis* remembers the exact moment he knew he’d had enough. Enough of the “nonstop nagging and ostracizing and accusing” that had become his weekday routine. He was standing on the platform of the subway station at Union Square, leaning out toward the tracks to see if the train was approaching. “And I