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Caribana Scotiabank Caribbean Carnival 2014

Photos: Scotiabank Caribbean Festival 2014 Caribana Toronto

It’s a festival called with two names: Caribana Festival (the old one) and Scotiabank Caribbean Carnival (the new one). For most people, the former is better-sounding than the latter that bears its sponsor’s name. Caribana, aka Scotiabank Caribbean Festival 2014 is no different from the past: disorganized. The first time and the last time I […]

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Church Street Halloween Parade 2011 – The Shirtless

The weather was nice, so you could expect guys showing off their sinfully delicious flesh. I’m speechless. Hi, boys! Care for a threesome? Oh boy, they’re my new religion. Now, I’m very speechless.

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Church Street Halloween Parade 2011 – The Cuties and Twinkies

Don’t tell you don’t find these twinkies cute, if not hot. If you don’t better see your vet. Who’s the guy you wanna introduce to mom? Hmmmnnn… Yummy? So hard to choose. Gladiators are hard, they say.

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Boys of Caribana

Caribana Festival is like Women’s Day. The dancers / masqueraders were mostly women. The boys, no matter how sexy, gorgeous, headturner they were— just placed in the back seat. Only very few photographers like who really took notice and cared for the boys. No, I didnt notice them just because I love men but because […]

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Ladies of Caribana 1

Caribana Festival is an annual festival in Toronto to celebrate the vibrant culture, music, dance and people of countries in the Caribbean. Its a massive celebration which ends today with the most disorganized parade I’ve ever seen from 10:00 – 6:00 p.m. Imagine a parade that lasts for 8 hours! Beat that. The parade is […]

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My First Pride

From the third world where I come from, I never had a Pride Parade. Though we have one back in my country, my village / town / city is just too small to celebrate Pride. In the Philippines, Steves who like Steves are well-accepted in the society—we can walk like a beauty there on the […]

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G20 Protesters in Toronto

I sort of narrated yesterday on what happened on the protest march. Today, I’m gonna put the pictures of people who laboured much on their banners and posters hoping that the issues they raised will be known not just to the government but also to the people around them. I don’t need more narratives and […]

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