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WATCH: Tom of Finland’s Iconic Gay Drawings Come To Life In Animated DJ Hell Video: I Want You – NSWF

German DJ-producer DJ Hell’’s “I Want You” video is a tantalizingly fantastic Tom of Finland wet dream that brings the iconic artist Touko Laaksonen’s drawings to life.

“My new song ‘I Want U’ centers on love between men. House music emerged from that very early underground club scene in Chicago and New York City, with legendary clubs like The Warehouse and the Paradise Garage. The soundtrack for those nights was presented by DJs like Ron Hardy and Larry Levan, bringing DJ/club culture and gay culture together. With my new album I want to pay tribute to that movement and that time by highlighting Tom’s work.”

DJ Hell collaborated with the Tom of Finland foundation.

NSWF but extremely awesome.

 

 

How To Train Your Dragon Character To Come Out As Gay In Upcoming Sequel

Goober The Belch

 

In the upcoming animated sequel to “How to Train Your Dragon,” the rugged viking character of Gobber is coming out as gay.

Gobber the Belch is a six-and-a-half foot tall madman who is tasked with training young Vikings in catching and training dragons, pirating skills, sword-fighting, and rudery. 

In the sequel Gobber, who is voiced by “Late Late Show” host Craig Ferguson, is seen watching a husband and wife squabble and says that’s why he never got married. After a beat, he adds there’s another reason.

Director Dean DeBlois told an E! reporter that he confirmed the character was indeed referring to his sexual orientation.

“When we were recording Craig Ferguson, I had written the line, ‘This is why I never got married,’ and he, as he often does, added it as an ad lib and he said, ‘Yup, Gobber is coming out of the closet,’” DeBlois said. “I think that’s a really fun [and] daring move to put in. I love the idea that Gobber is Berk’s resident gay.”

“How To Train Your Dragon 2” follows “ParaNorman” as one of the first mainstream animated films to feature an openly LGBT character.

Prepare for the wails and the gnashing of teeth from anti-gay hate groups like One Million Biddys Moms and the Family Reserach Council claiming that the animated hit is pushing the “gay agenda”.


World’s First Lesbian Themed Animated Sci-Fi Film “Strange Frame” Debuts In Hawaii

Strange Frame

Strange Frame an animated sci-fi adventure movie centered around the transformative power of love between two women has debuted on the big screen in Hawaii.

The animated sci-fi fantasy is directed by Wailea resident GB Hajim, who co-wrote the script with Shelley Doty, and the work was done in East Hawaii. The film, which made its debut in London last May, has been a hit with critics and sci-fi fans at various film festivals worldwide and was named best feature at DragonCon Film Festival in Atlanta, the largest fan-run festival in the world.

The story explores the transformative power of love between two women in the 28th century on Ganymede, one of Jupiter’s moons. The protagonist, Naia, is a feisty young singer-songwriter and indentured slave who falls in love with beautiful saxophonist Parker. The two fight to make it as musicians, as well as for their freedom. …

Strange Frame features an all-star voice cast including: George Takei, Claudia Black, Ron Glass, Tim Curry, Juliet Landau and Alan Tudyk.

Taiwan NMA Animators Take On The 2012 Election: America Gets Gayer and Higher – Epic Video

For the first time in the history of the U.S. voters had the option to approve same-sex marriage at the ballot box. Gay rights advocates were able to add Maine, Maryland and Minnesota to the short list of same-sex marriage approved states.

Wisconsin also contributed to the monumental leap forward by electing Democrat Tammy Baldwin as the state’s first female senator and first openly gay person elected to the chamber. Many individuals believe that victories such as these, demonstrate a shift in the public opinion.

Colorado and Washington state also made history by legalizing marijuana. Before you go and do a happy dance, there are some key factors complicating the issue. For one, marijuana is still considered illegal under federal law. Some are claiming that the federal government will fight these measures or threaten marijuana shops.

In the meantime residents in Colorado and Washington state must closely follow the rules, and make sure they have the appropriate paperwork to legally grow and consume marijuana.

And the hysterical animators of Taiwan’s Next Media Animation bring it all to life for our enjoyment

Watch it.  It’s pretty damn epic!