WHEREVER YOU WANT ME TO BE!

splash4The beauty of companionship is that TheCanon, Manintown, Daxton or Tomi can be wherever you want them to be. Right next to the bed, behind the corner, maybe you meet at the bar or find each other at the beach. It’s all up to you. You are in charge and can create the night, weekend or vacation that you desire. So go ahead – sit back and dream – then create an experience that is of your design. Choose from 1000’s of men from all corners of the globe, they will be wherever you want them to be.

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RENTMEN MAKES HIGH TECH SEXY

splash2Living in a digital world we are surrounded by high-tech toys that often removes us from the world that brings us real pleasure. We know the challenge is to make the high tech sexy. RentMen has the mobile and online tools that shoot you from the high tech world directly to the company of Brenner, Victor, Max and Buckly – or any other of the guys we have around our blue planet. Just click and fly from the high tech world to the real pleasure you desire.

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Enrique Sparks’ Hottest Video

rentmen-videoHere is what Enrique says in his profile:

‘Let me treat you like a King’

And adds: ‘I enjoy pleasing a man- there’s something nothing more erotic than pleasing my partner weather it’s taking him or giving it to him…’

He is young latino versatile with ‘a thick uncut 8in cock that can be a great Sub or an aggressive top. I can be your bottom slut or let me take control and I’ll fuck you like you should be. Don’t be fooled by my shyness, I’m far more wilder and I may surprise you.’

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Marriage Equality

The United States Supreme Court ruled in Obergefell v. Hodges on June 26, 2015. In a 5 to 4 ruling, the Court determined that the Constitution guarantees every American the right to marry the person they love.

Even with this ruling, GLAAD will continue to push for accelerated acceptance of LGBT people, couples, and families across the US. Marriage equality is a benchmark, and not a finish line, and we will continue to tell the stories of everyday LGBT people so that the decisions from the Supreme Court can resonate with the hearts and minds of the public.

“Today, love prevailed and our nation became a more perfect union by affirming that all people are indeed created equal and justice belongs to everyone,” said Sarah Kate Ellis, President and CEO of GLAAD.  “With this decision, loving and committed same-sex couples can finally rest knowing their families are protected and their dignity is no longer up for public debate. But as we celebrate this watershed victory for fairness, we are reminded that marriage equality is a benchmark, not a finish line, and our work to bridge the gap to full acceptance for LGBT people continues.”

Source: www.glaad.org/marriage

 

SUPER RENTMEN FOR SUPER MOMENTS

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It is part of our nature to seek the best around. We always want to share these moments in the best possible way and in some of them RentMen is the place to find your super companions to share these moments. Their abilities and super powers are even closer with our brand new Super Mobile Site, that we launched this week. Share your moments with Micah Brandt, Hugh Hunter, Matthew James and Joshua Ambrose and discover their abilities to satisfy in a super way.

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June – National LGBT Pride Month

LGBT rights just got another big push from the president himself.

CH4SLfwUMAAX7lz.jpg largeThe White House on Friday issued a proclamation by President Barack Obama calling on Americans to eliminate prejudice “everywhere it exists,” declaring June as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Pride Month.

“As progress spreads from State to State, as justice is delivered in the courtroom, and as more of our fellow Americans are treated with dignity and respect – our Nation becomes not only more accepting, but more equal as well,” the proclamation begins.

Obama writes that although the gay rights movement saw a massive victory this month last year with Supreme Court’s decision to strike down a key provision of the Defense of Marriage Act, giving gay couples married in states where it’s legal the same federal benefits that straight couples receive, full equality is not yet here.

“Despite this progress, LGBT workers in too many States can be fired just because of their sexual orientation or gender identity; I continue to call on the Congress to correct this injustice by passing the Employment Non-Discrimination Act,” Obama states. “And in the years ahead, we will remain dedicated to addressing health disparities within the LGBT community by implementing the Affordable Care Act and the National HIV/AIDS Strategy.”

Following the example of the bravery during the June 1969 riots that took place at the Stonewall Inn, now widely recognized as starting the gay rights movement, Obama writes “let each of us speak for tolerance, justice, and dignity – because if hearts and minds continue to change over time, laws will too.”