Monday, May 31, 2010

Aeric Meredith-Goujon Photography

Check out the erotic photography section of Aeric Meredith-Goujon's website. There's some BSDM, some female ejaculation, and some masturbation series.  But I found his couple's pictures super hot.

enjoy some below and then check out his site

Saturday, May 29, 2010

Hot Guys Reading Books

There's pretty much nothing hotter to me than an attractive dude reading a good book. Blamo! My undies are instantly wet. Srsly. It's pretty much the reason I work at a bookstore. Yes, I love books and I love to talk about them but really I love to flirt with hot dudes who ask me for recommendations or just ogle them while they flip through The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao. Whoa is right.

So when my friend sent me a link to Hot Guys Reading Books I almost fell out of my chair. And then I spent a long, long time looking through it. There's a little sampling below to wet your whistle.

I don't even care what the book is. Hello!

Obviously European, no? Wish I could tell what he was reading.

That's a saucy little smirk, my friend. I like.

Loafers! Would totally approach this dude and strike up a convo about whatever he's reading. Hope it's not Eat, Pray, Love.

HGRB says he was reading a Harry Potter book. Get in my pants!

Heinlein, nice. You can be a stranger in my strange land any day.

Check out the blog and send in pics of your boyfriend reading so I can fantasize about him too.

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Naked Men, Happy Women

gah! i dont even have to  do a write up on this blog, Naked Men, Happy Women

just look at these and then go there.

they even have a naked man of the week post


Wednesday, May 26, 2010

For You I Keep My Legs Apart

digging this song so hard right now !

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Funny Lady

In November Tina Fey will be awarded the Mark Twain Prize for American humor, the most prestigious humor prize in the country. Hells yeah! Fey, 40, is the youngest comedian to be honored and just the third woman (after Lily Tomlin and Whoopie Goldberg). Fey released a statement saying she's psyched and that Betty White must have been "disqualified for steroid use."

Fey has been a PoolBoy favorite since her days writing (first woman head writer, what what!) and performing on SNL. Plus, who doesn't love a lady who came up in Chicago's Second City improv group (yay Illinois!)? Fey's work on NBC's 30 Rock, which is probably the funniest show on TV right now, has provided our generation with a shit ton of hilarious one liners like, "I'm Lizzing!," "ROBOT PENIS," "never go with a hippie to a second location," and "didn’t you tell me to live every week like it’s Shark Week? And that nothing’s impossible except dinosaurs?" among many, many others, which can be heard constantly in homes and retail establishments across the country. She's fucking funny.

I've included one of my favorite SNL Weekend Update clips below, the notorious "Bitch is the New Black." Jump to 1:29.

Now, however you feel about Hilary Clinton, Fey's humor in this clip is witty and to the point: we had a serious female candidate for President and the media was sexist as shit while trying to discredit her. Call her a bitch? Yeah, she IS a bitch, and so are many strong women who have to speak their minds to a society rife with sexism. Clinton didn't get the nomination and Obama is now our President, but Clinton made miles and miles of new road on America's way to it's first female President, just as Tina Fey has for feminism (she dares to use the word on TV!) and women in comedy.

Congrats, Liz Lemon, you deserve the hell out of this award.

(USA Today / NBC)

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Saudi Woman Fights Back...Literally

When a 20-something Saudi woman walking in an amusement park with an unnamed male was stopped by a Virtue cop (a Saudi religious policeman) and questioned about her and her companion's identities, her friend passed out. The policeman was on the look out for illegal socializing as woman and men who are not married or related are not allowed to mix in public. When her companion hit the ground, the Saudi woman beat the crap out of the cop, hitting him so badly he had to go to the hospital.

As Jezebel reports, "While we don't usually condone violence, her actions are pretty remarkable - even kind of awesome." It's pretty great that when her male companion dropped out of the conversation (literally), the young woman stood up to the virtue cop on her own. Speaking out against harassment by the religious police is probably a safer route then kicking ass, but I can't say a shiver of pleasure didn't run throughout my body when I read the headline of this story.

The incident marks a real change in women's rights in Saudi Arabia. According to Wajiha Al-Huwaidar, a Saudi women’s rights activist quoted by The Media Line, "To see resistance from a woman means a lot. People are fed up with these religious police, and now they have to pay the price for the humiliation they put people through for years and years. This is just the beginning and there will be more resistance.”

"Saudi law does not permit women to be in public spaces without a male guardian. Women are not allowed to drive, inherit, divorce or gain custody of children, and cannot socialize with unrelated men," according to the The Jerusalem Post. If charged, the unnamed woman could receive a lengthy prison sentence or even lashings. I'm pretty surprised that there's a question about if the woman will be charged or not, but also excited that public opinion seems to be on her side.

Nadya Khalife, the Middle East women's rights researcher for the Human Rights Watch, explains:
"There is clearly a shifting mentality regarding to the male guardianship law and similar issues. More women are speaking out, there are changes within the government, there is a mixed university, the king was photographed with women, they want to allow women to work in the courts and there are changes within the justice ministry. So you can witness some kind of change unfolding but it's not quite clear what's happening and it's not something that's going to happen overnight."
Don't be lulled into a sense of security just because you can't see a woman's face, she might still beat the crap out of you!

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Happy 50th Birthday to The Pill!

I'm a little late on this, but this past May 9th marked the 50th anniversary of the FDA approval of the birth control pill. TIME did a nice little write up covering the history of the pill, from early forms of birth control (paste made from crocodile dung as a vaginal insert, anyone?), the conception of the idea of a magic little pill (thanks Margaret Sanger!), to creation of the pill, getting FDA approval, and the role the pill on women's liberation and the sexual revolution. This is a must read for women who take or have taken the pill, and really any woman that wants to know about the history of birth control and feminism, because they are so very intertwined.

For more info on birth control check out the first issue of PoolBoy Magazine (hitting the streets in August!) which includes a guide to "Rethinking your Birth Control." Stay tuned for pre-order opportunities!

Here's my favorite quote from the TIME article:
Some of the women who were on the family-planning front lines 50 years ago get a little impatient when they hear young women talking ungratefully about the freedoms they take for granted. But Steinem, for one, takes the longer view. "I don't walk around saying, 'Thank you for the vote,' " she says of a battle even longer past. "I might add, as Susan B. Anthony said, Our job is not to make young women grateful. It's to make them ungrateful so they keep going. Gratitude never radicalized anybody."
There's no time like the present to get radical.

Monday, May 17, 2010

Paul Rudd needs to impregnate me asap

David Williams: The Wolfman Cum-eth

So the other night, I gathered with Clitical Sass and some chips and we watched GODS OF FOOTBALL (all caps = so epic)

which is a documentary on the making of an almost nude calendar featuring Australia's hottest rugby players.  The proceeds from the calendar go to breast cancer research which is so "awww".

The flick is whatevs but does show lots of hot dude skin. No peen unfortunately, just a strategically placed cum rag or rugby ball. Sad face.  Most of the dudes were hotz but there were some who were very "i will rape you in the club"-looking. AKA this hombre:
All the of dudes kinda looked the same, super muscular, no necks, dbag-tag tatts, etc, except for one: 
David Williams.

We had already unknowingly posted a photo of him from the calendar on our Hot Athletes post, but we didnt know it was him, because he was, how do you say, sans the beard.

I love the beard though! He looks like a super hot hipster or a logger. Like he plays drums in Fleet Foxes and fucks like a champion.

Apparently he dyed the beard pink for some creepy reason!  He is crazy ya'll!  And hot.

Enjoy (with and without el beardo)

 cum rags!

i wanna put my face between those legs

i dont know what is going here in this picture but i support it.

i will also support this

with my mouth

he plays for a rugby team called "Manly"
how appropriate...

i have never wanted to be an old man doctor until this moment

boner jamz town 2010

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Mexi-Love: 10 Great Things to Love About Mexico

There's been a lot of national talk about this new law in Arizona that pretty much allows for racial profiling in order to "catch" people who are in our country through undocumented means.  And even though the media loves to latch onto the haters who support this bill, I believe the majority of Arizonaians (?) don't support the bill.  It seems everyone wants to talk about it and how it will impact our daily life.

 I'm not saying that no one here supports the bill because yes, there are many fuckheads who do, but that little white lie about "70% of the state supports SB1070" is a bunch of bullshit. Wanna know where they got that number? A Rasmussen poll. A Rasmussen landline phone poll of 500 Arizona citizens. A Rasmussen poll that showed that 70% of the 500 citizens polled through their landline phone support the bill. Who the fuck has a landline phone these days? Old racists.

There are around 6 MILLION documented people living in the state of Arizona. 500 people (of whom only 70% agree) do not represent six million. 70% of 500 is 350 people.  350 people in support of the bill out of 6 million is less than 1%.  Less than 1% of the state's population are in support of the bill according to the Rasmussen poll.  Perhaps the percent in support is higher but we won't know until a better survey has been performed.  So don't believe the hype.  That's like a dude saying his cock is 8 inches of love and in truth, he's only 1% not lying.  More cock, less talk. Math is power.

Anyways this issue is more complicated than a 1% Rasmussen poll.  Arizona is (was?) a great place to live.  The landscape is beautiful, the culture is an amazing mix of hispanic, white, black, and native people's foods, traditions, history and art, and the people are friendly.  Yeah that's positive glossing over some of our negative aspects (the kokopelli, rampant racism, poverty, environmental destruction, Mormons, and, at least in Phoenix, historical and architectural apathy) but every state has shit they have to deal with.  Arizona directly benefits from Mexican and Latin American immigration (legal or illegal) on many, many levels and as a citizen of this great state, I hate to see our laws (which we did not vote on) treat our southern sisters and brothers as less than human.

So, as a tribute to the importance of the great cultural exchange that is happening in Arizona and across the United States, PoolBoy brings you:


1. The Birth Control Pill
Yeah i know you thought i was gonna post a pic of Diego Luna (that's next, so hotz) but did ya'll know that the chemicals used in the birth control pill were invented in Mexico?  That little pill that keeps you riding high originated in 1951 in Mexico City.  
Mexican chemists, Carl Djerassi (pictured above) Luis Miramontes and George Rosenkranz of the Mexican chemical company Syntex are the co-inventors of progestin, the hormonal chemical used oral contraceptives.
  In the words of The Economist, the pill "was arguably the first lifestyle drug to control a normal bodily function - fertility - rather than a dread disorder. It transformed the lives of millions and helped reshape the role of medicine in reproduction."
Not to mention the pill ignited the sexual revolution of the 1960s, is one of the most important milestones of the feminist movement, and is one of the most popular drugs in the world.

2. Diego Luna
ok here we go with the hot hombres (this is PoolBoy afterall!)
Super hot (and great) in Y tu mamá también, Milk, Frida, and Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights (you know you watched it).  Dude also named his baby Jerónimo! And his production company with super Mexi-hottie (and childhood best friend) Gael Garcia Bernal, is making a documentary on the unsolved murders of over 300 women in the Mexican border down of Ciudad Juarez across from El Paso, Texas. Caliente and conscientious makes for a winning combo in mi pantalones.

what's next? read the rest of our list after the jump

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Hot Ballers

Remember that PoolBoy post about what sport has the hottest players? Well Kickette, a blog about hot footballers (soccer players for us yanks), may just have won the argument. Did I mention soccer is great because the players are constantly pulling their shirts over their heads or just striping them completely off? I could spend all day looking at this site but, so you don't have to, I've compiled some of my fave picks from their 2010 Kickette Hot Hall of Fame and beyond. Get ready to change your panties.

Popularly known as Alex Song, this Cameroonian baller plays for Arsenal.

Yoann Gourcuff, a hot frenchie who plays for Bordeaux, is all the rage at Kickette. Think accent.

Hottie Totti gets it done for Roma.

21 year old Aussie babe Langerak plays goal for Melbourne Victory.

Iker Casillas plays for Real Madrid. Viva Espana.

A personal favorite of mine since watching him play on the World Cup winning Italian national team, Fabio Cannavaro plays for Juventus and likes to feed giraffes.

David Beckham. I know, I know, he's the only international soccer player Americans seem to recognize (and it's not because he played for the LA Galaxy, if you can even call that playing), although we don't seem to care all that much about him. Well guess what? He's still really hot.

Vanity Fair photo shoot for the World Cup countdown. I sure as hell will be watching, will you?

And there's tons more photos of baller hotties on Kickette, plus the Kickette ladies also know what they're talking about when it comes to football. They love the players and the game.