As the baseball season nears its close, let’s take a long, hard look at the boys of summer: we’re talking about pitchers and catchers, free swingers, short stops and other heavy hitters.
Back in 2005, Bound & Gagged magazine was one of the earliest casualties of the new 2257 regulations.
The folks at blogger warehouse LiveJournal have found themselves in a bit of brouhaha after a recent effort to cleanse their pages of illegal activity has snared more than a few innocent members in their clutches, and proved that the Law of Unintended Consequences never fails to bite people on the ass. It all started with some complaints from activist groups seeking to "purge LJ of all references to child molestation, incest, child pornography, and pedophilia," which seems noble on the surface until you consider that victims of these crimes often use LJ communities to share their survival stories. It starts to get really ridiculous, however, when you realize that most of the sites that were eventually targeted are actually fan fiction and slash fiction sites that are sexually explicit, but also still fiction.
Although we’ve been reading it steadily for a few months now, we’re stlll trying to figure out what Bill in Exile is all about.
Since we busted ourselves earlier today about our not-so-secret homoerotic fantasies involving WWE “wrestler”-slash-”actor” John Cena, we thought we’d go searching to see if anyone thought they same things we do. And guess what?