Lewd. Loud. Irreverent. Gay. Woof.
This project has been on delay for awhile. But without further ado:Original music by Xylos.
Very cool! Where might this be running?
Love this! ditto David?
I don't know why I kinda choked back a tear while watching this. This is important. Thanks. Love this, love you.
Great Work, congratulations.A simple question with no so simple implications.
Really good, mate.I love the way the (for lack of a better word) bottom's eyes do register just for a second that he know's it probably isn't the best of ideas. Cool music from Xylos, too.
Love it. I agree about the look in the bottom's eyes.
Nice job! Let's hope that people start getting the message.
How do you get it to work?... There's Flash 9 here on this iMac OS X 10.3.9 but it indicates "To watch this video, you need Flash 9" anyway.
good work, Eric!
> Stop the trend make healthier choicesThe 3 SEX RULES:SEX RULE number 1Sex is more important than dying.SEX RULE number 2Sex is more important than killing somebody.SEX RULE number 3If people could change their sexual behavior we wouldn't be here.
In the preview still, I at first thought there was some sort of hawt veiny cock :) but I digress. Good job, Eric.
This is what I still don't understand:If African Americans make up the largest amount of HIV/AIDS cases,http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/topics/aa/resources/factsheets/aa.htm then why are THEY not being reached out to in these ad campaigns?
Oh my little activist is growing up so much! I am so proud of you daddy!
> Is all barebacking risky? > Eric Leven of Knucklecrack (one of our > fav blogs) thinks so - and makes his > point in this beautiful video below (thanks for > sharing, Eric). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xtZmOVxv6jU > > But, really, is ALL barebacking risky? > > And what is RISKY, anyway? > > Isn't the issue of risk - ANY kind of risk - and > "safety", much more complicated an issue, one > where definitive answers fail to miss everything in > the "gray" area? > > And isn't it ALL ABOUT THE GRAY AREA? > > What about two poz guys who bareback? > > What about two neg guys who bareback? > > What about two guys who don't know each other's > status and bareback? > > Is risk all about HIV prevention? > > Can we remove risk from our daily lives? And who > would want to, if it was possible?This is a slippery slope argument.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slippery_slopeYeah, gray, that's the ticket!http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grey_area_(concept)
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