MEET THE GUYS FLASHING THEIR COCKS ON TIKTOK How will TikTok, an app with a userbase of teens as young as 13, handle the spread of nudity on its platform? And does it matter if it’s covered by a filter? Mel Magazine investigates the growing phenomena. “To the tune of music producer LLusion’s remix of Roddy Ricch’s song “The Box,” a 17-year-old we’ll call Taylor waits for a translucent filter to take over his body. Once he looks like a human heat map, he lifts up his shirt and pulls down his pants, revealing a visible outline of his erect penis. The teen’s video reached 26,000 views before TikTok took it down for violating community guidelines. Taylor uploaded his video to TikTok as part of the #Invisible challenge, which features dances and memes based off a filter that turned the user’s body into a gelatinous silver blob. Some users started getting risqué with the Invisible filter, dropping their pants and suggesting nudity. Eventually, TikTok removed the filter altogether, along with the searchable audio track.”
@skeeter_liptok01#fyp #jumanji #penis #attached #foryou #body #look♬ original sound – baileybryan_
Read Mel‘s full investigative report here.
Photo above: Speaking of penis. Cameron Dallas’s boxer briefs show visible penis outline video for you H8ers.
WAITING FOR DADDY You know how excited your pup is when you walk in the door after being at work all day? That’s what Mikey Pup perfectly captures here.
Fact: I spent the entire day in these undies cooking and waiting for daddy to get home pic.twitter.com/fGed17KqcG
— Mikey Pup XXX (@mikeeypup) January 18, 2020
ANIME REVIEW #GAYNRD’S Kenyth Mogan says Mai Mai Miracle is miraculous. “As an adult, it is easy to get caught up in the sadness of the world, stuck in the darkness, circling the drain waiting for the next piece of crap hit the fan. And it does. It always does. But even in the darkest times, if you stop and take a moment to see through the eyes of a child, you can still find little miracles. Which is the point of Nozomi Entertainment‘s release of the Madhouse production of Mai Mai Miracle. Released on Blu-ray on December 3rd, the film is set in 1955 in the small town of Hōfu in southwestern Japan and centers around nine year old Shinko Aoki. A tomboyish girl with an incredible imagination, Shinko’s favorite past Time is to imagine the stories her grandfather tells her about her town from thousands of years ago. Most of them center around a young princess, Nagiko. She credits her powerful imagination to a cowlick she calls Mai Mai, in the center of her forward that causes her hair to stick straight up, not mater what she does. When a shy girl from the city, Kiiko, moves close by, Shinko befriends her immediately and welcomes her into the world of her imagination. But, even the innocence of childhood daydreams cannot keep reality out forever and little by little, the darkness of adulthood seeps in.
Based on the novelization of the autobiography of Nobuko Takagi the film directed by Sunao Katabuchi (who was the assistant director on the Studio Ghibli classic Kiki’s Delivery Service), with art by the animation studio Madhouse. It’s a is a beautiful testament to the powers of friendship and imagination. Presented in 1080p with digital 5.1 surround sound the film runs about 95 minutes and includes both the English and Japanese audio track, with English subtitles. Special features include the original Japanese trailer and the “Dubbing of Mai Mai Miracle” with voice actor Michael Sinterniklaas who serves as the ADR director on the English dub of the film. “This movie is particularly sweet,” Sinterniklaas says. “It’s really not about overarching plot, twist or surprise. It’s really about beautiful preciously little moments and that really spoke to me.”
There are no robots hell-bent on destruction or a great over-arching darkness wanting to destroy the world. It’s a real story, set in real life. It’s relatable. The art, of course is gorgeous, with childish drawings of imaginary characters, that, while being in stark contrast to the rest of the art of the film, make it even more endearing. It was one of those films that takes you by surprise. At least, it did me, my usual anime experiences are of the magical girl, boys love, and supernatural genre. The only other real-life type story I’ve seen is Grave of the Fireflies – and that wasn’t exactly an uplifting experience.
Mai Mai Miracle was one of the most joyful film experiences I’ve had in a long time. It’s wonderful. You can purchase the film directly through RightStuff Anime here.”
LITTLE BRITAIN is coming back! While chatting to U.K. tabloid The Sun, David Williams, the Britain’s Got Talent judge spoke about the offers he’s received with his buddy Matt Lucas and how they’re up for bringing the comedy back.”I would say there will definitely be some more Little Britain coming,’ the father-of-one revealed: ‘I can’t say when exactly but at the right time and place. It was fun coming back for radio because that’s where we started.”
He continued: “We had to put it together quite quickly as it was about Brexit. Plus no one expected us to come back on the radio. You would have expected Comic Relief or a big live tour. The reaction was great, which was encouraging.”
Its been over 12 years since Little Britain’s aired!
Remember when Little Britain‘s Daffyd Thomas “The Only Gay in the Village” met Elton John? Comedy gold, below.
SOLIDARITY DeMarco reminds us why it matters in his moving post on Instagram, “Heavy set guy walks into the steam room. As he stood there I could feel his fear. I could see all over his face looking for a place to not feel like an outsider. So I move over and said you are welcome here….he was a trans man scars very visible. Make sure you welcome your trans brothers in the gym. It ain’t easy to find your place.”
HAMM SALE Superstar cosplayer Michael Hamm is selling prints to raise money for Australian fire charities. Said Hamm on Instagram, “Hey Insta! Read this!!! I just opened my print store (link in bio) for the first time in almost 2 years and I’ve EVERY print available! (over 50 options) with every print sold 100% of the profits will be donated to help fight fires in Australia. Everything that’s happening over there right now is breaking my heart and I really felt like I wanted to do something to help. I honestly never open my print store so if you’ve ever wanted an autographed picture, now it’s the time! Help yourself, AND help others! Thank you all so much!
Photos by @shauntheshooter”
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Hey Insta! Read this!!! I just opened my print store (link in bio) for the first time in almost 2 years and I’ve EVERY print available! (over 50 options) with every print sold 100% of the profits will be donated to help fight fires in Australia. Everything that’s happening over there right now is breaking my heart and I really felt like I wanted to do something to help. I honestly never open my print store so if you’ve ever wanted an autographed picture, now it’s the time! Help yourself, AND help others! Thank you all so much! Photos by @shauntheshooter
BLACK-ISH’S Yara Shahidi is more than Grown-ish. She tells Trevor Noah why shes uses her platform to speak out on certain issues.
PRESENTED without comment.
THE JONAS BROTHER TRANSFORM INTO KARDASHIANS FOR ELLEN on TikTok. The Jonas Brothers recently recreated a popular scene between Kim Kardashian West and Khloé Kardashian from Keeping Up with the Kardashians, and posted it on TikTok. The brothers talked with Ellen about whose idea it was to make the video in the first place… and who was a natural fit to be Kim. Plus, the trio talked about celebrities like Jay-Z coming to see them in concert, and gave a tiny hint about their upcoming Grammy Awards performance.
ART APPRECIATION for gay dummies. Lol.
THE RETURN OF ASHOKA TANO! Witness the end of the groundbreaking series. The final season of StarWars: The Clone Wars starts streaming Feb. 21 on DisneyPlus.
TOPLESS DREW VAN ACKER We thought you might appreciate this pic of shirtless hunk Drew Van Acker (TV’s Pretty Little Liars, Life Like) from his latest film Spy Intervention, a comedy coming to select theaters and On Demand Friday, Feb 14 from Cinedigm.
And don’t forget about his gay make-out scene in the film Life Like.
And check out the trailer below. From the synopsis: “When a spy (Drew Van Acker) meets his dream woman (Poppy Delevingne), he abandons his life to settle into a boring suburban life. When his friends (Blake Anderson) enact a “spy intervention,” the adventures of his old life not only help save his marriage, but also stop an evil plot threatening the world.”
Spy Intervention is directed by Drew Mylrea.
SEVEN MINUTES WITH PETE BUTTIGIEG Former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg stopped by the L.A. Times to talk with THEIR editorial board about his run for the Democratic presidential nomination.
TAYLOR SWIFT’S DOCUMENTARY Miss Americana’s trailer just dropped. From Emmy Winning Director Lana Wilson and Academy Award Winning Filmmakers Behind 20 Feet From Stardom. The Netflix Original Documentary will be out on January 31 in select theaters and on Netflix.
MEME OF THE DAY The Cat’s back, er, in more ways than one!
MEASURE OF A MAN Jessie Gender celebrates her favorite Captain Picard moment for Captain Picard Day: which is his speech in “Measure of a Man”. Daily Star Trek News says, “A group of YouTubers led by Jessie Gender is getting ready for the premiere of Star Trek: Picard by celebrating their very own Captain Picard Day.The community, including Jessie, Steve Shives, Ketwolski, TriAngulum Studios, Kertrats and more, is releasing several videos later today, each focussing on a favorite Jean-Luc Picard moment, and what he means to them. Then they’re all getting compiled into a playlist that any other YouTuber is welcome to join in on.”
Jessie says, “We hope this initiative will help create a bond between all of us as creators and help spread Star Trek’s message of community and positivity, as well as just be fun for everyone who can’t wait for Star Trek: Picard.”
Watch the video below.
HOW VAPING REGULATIONS ARE PLAYING OUT in the states. KHN Midwest correspondent Lauren Weber joined Wisconsin Public Radio’s Rob Ferrett on “Central Time” to discuss what’s happening on vaping in the states amid concerns about a vaping lung illness. Weber has written about how Wisconsin health officials were among the first to pinpoint the rise in lung illness cases. She has also reported on how the crackdown on vaping has politicized vapers around the nation who are fighting bans on vaping products.
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HUMPDAY Couple…. daw.