Gay Nude Sailing Cruise along the beautiful Greek Island of of the Cyclades in Greece, starting on the Gay Island of Mykonos and sails you (back) to Athens. Let our Gay skippers guide you over the Greek seas. You can also book this cruise together with the week before and make a two week cruise. Both weeks have a different itinerary. We sail with two luxury sailing yachts, so 22 nude gay guys all together!
Gay sailing to the Gay Island of Mykonos! A sailing holiday that starts in Athens. If you are looking for a gay sailing vacation that’s packed with terrific conditions, beautiful landscapes, historically significant ancient ruins, secluded islands, vibrant nightlife, a warm culture and terrific cuisine, this is the one! On this Gay Sail Special trip you can join one or two weeks. The second week we sail from Mykonos Island to Santorini and back to Mykonos. Let our Gay skippers and -cooks guide you over the Greek seas!
Experience one of the safest gay destinations in Europe through this walk in AthensAthens is a place with a long history of sexual liberalism and offers a wide range of choices for its LGBTQ communities to meet, interact and party. Greece is also considered by many the birthplace of gay culture, as homosexual relationships were quite common in ancient Greece. Today, it follows the European standards and is considered a very safe place for gay communities, with a wide pool of gay bars, cafes and restaurants. •Explore the vivid gay scene of Athens by night•Visit carefully selected bars, nightclubs and restaurants•Interact with locals•Gain an insight into Greek gay culture
Be part of the proud gay community of Athens and join your local host for a 3 hour night walking LGBTQ tour around the city! Visit the hottest places where the locals like to mingle. Connect with the locals, find yourself in this welcoming community and get the real picture of the LGBTQ scene of Athens.On this private tour, you will have a peek into the Athenian gay lifestyle by visiting local places and meeting spots of the local LGBTQ community. See neighborhoods important for the LGBTQ community, past and present. Start at Zappeio park, the most popular gay cruising park in the city. Visit St. Fotini a historical place where Socrates and Plato used to hang out. Learn how ancient philosophers explored the aspects of homosexuality and visit Sigrou Avenue, the old gay neighborhood.And to keep the night going, your host will take you to the popping Gazi area, the place to be for the LGBTQ community! Enjoy a night out in popular gay bars and dance the night away!
Follow the band Moondog Three as they hit the road and tour the United States. Philadelphia, Athens, New Orleans, Austin, San Francisco... Daron learns there's much more to holding a band together than good music. What's a young, gay guitarist to do when his father's a homophobic jerk who might be embezzling from the band and his lead singer can't decide which he wants more, control of the band or love? Sex, drugs, and rock and roll... if only it were that simple. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Teddy Hamilton. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/004257/bk_adbl_004257_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Written in the Southern vernacular, A Slice of the Watermelon Moon is an intimate portrayal of August, the rough Jewish trucker from West Virginia, and Cecil, the obsessive gay narrator, raised on a small family farm and living in Athens, Georgia. It’s an unusual, authentic Southern “slice” of time. Each vignette, gathered from the narrator’s past and present, carries the listener on a quirky journey that’s as real as a personal diary. August’s handmade cabin in the tiny town of Grayberry, Georgia, is the central location for a love affair that spans several moon-filled, sexy years in the Deep South. The author invites you to look through the cabin window at this secret and scandalous relationship hidden in the tall pine groves of rural Georgia. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Daniel Wesley Williams. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/159428/bk_acx0_159428_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
It's taken Tommy Newsome a while to get his head around being gay. Growing up in a small town in Georgia hasn't prepared him for the more liberal life of a student at the university in Athens. Add to that the teachings of his parents and his church, and you have one shy young man who feels out of his depth. Working on his daddy's farm hasn't given him any chance of a social life, certainly not one like the clubs of Atlanta have to offer. Not that Tommy feels comfortable when he gets to sample it - Momma's lectures still ring loudly inside his head. All that changes when he goes to his first gay bar and sets eyes on Mike Scott. When Mike's not behind the bar at Woofs, he's busy with his life as adult entertainer Scott Masters. Twenty years in the industry and the times, they are a-changing. Mike's not had much luck in the relationship department, but as his mom is fond of telling him, you keep fishing in the same pond, you're gonna reel in the same kind of fish. Maybe it's time for a change. And then a beautiful young man asks Mike to be his first.... 1. Language: English. Narrator: Gregory Salinas. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/064394/bk_acx0_064394_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Finally available, a high quality book of the original classic edition of Mrs Warrens Profession. This is a new and freshly published edition of this culturally important work by George Bernard Shaw, which is now, at last, again available to you. Enjoy this classic work today. These selected paragraphs distill the contents and give you a quick look inside Mrs Warrens Profession: Mrs Warrens Profession is the one play of mine which I could submit to a censorship without doubt of the result; only, it must not be the censorship of the minor theatre critic, nor of an innocent court official like the Lord Chamberlains Examiner, much less of people who consciously profit by Mrs Warrens profession, or who personally make use of it, or who hold the widely whispered view that it is an indispensable safety-valve for the protection of domestic virtue, or, above all, who are smitten with a sentimental affection for our fallen sister, and would take her up tenderly, lift her with care, fashioned so slenderly, young, and SO fair. ...Let the Kings Reader of Plays, backed by the Press, make an unwritten but perfectly well understood regulation that members of Mrs Warrens profession shall be tolerated on the stage only when they are beautiful, exquisitely dressed, and sumptuously lodged and fed; also that they shall, at the end of the play, die of consumption to the sympathetic tears of the whole audience, or step into the next room to commit suicide, or at least be turned out by their protectors and passed on to be redeemed by old and faithful lovers who have adored them in spite of their levities. ...The incidents of sex which they contain, though carried in both to the extreme point at which another step would be dealt with, not by the Kings Reader, but by the police, do not involve adultery, nor any allusion to Mrs Warrens profession, nor to the fact that the children of any polyandrous group will, when they grow up, inevitably be confronted, as those of Mrs Warrens group are in my play, with the insoluble problem of their own possible consanguinity. ... If the old rule against the exhibition of illicit sex relations on stage were revived, and the subject absolutely barred, the only result would be that Antony and Cleopatra, Othello (because of the Bianca episode), Troilus and Cressida, Henry IV, Measure for Measure, Timon of Athens, La Dame aux Camellias, The Profligate, The Second Mrs Tanqueray, The Notorious Mrs Ebbsmith, The Gay Lord Quex, Mrs Danes Defence, and Iris would be swept from the stage, and placed under the same ban as Tolstoys Dominion of Darkness and Mrs Warrens Profession, whilst such plays as the two described above would have a monopoly of the theatre as far as sexual interest is concerned. ...With the exception of such comments as I was able to make in my own critical articles in The World and The Saturday Review when the pieces I have described were first produced, and a few ignorant protests by churchmen against much better plays which they confessed they had not seen nor read, nothing has been said in the press that could seriously disturb the easygoing notion that the stage would be much worse than it admittedly is but for the vigilance of the Kings Reader.