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Boy Butter sample handed to Instagram celebrity, The Fat Jewish
While riding to the office on my bike I ran into my favorite new Instagram celebrity, The Fat Jewish. His hilarious posts on Instagram and Twitter are zany and oftentimes hilarious. So when I spotted him on the street, I jumped off my bike, and not being shy at all told him how awesome I think he is, that my sister (supermodel Donna Feldman) turned me on to him saying you are so funny. Of course, as I do I totally handed him some Boy Butter samples and he totally knows about Boy Butter already. We did a quick photo together and this photo made me a little bit cooler in the eyes of my 15 year old nephew, Nathaniel, another Fat Jewish fan. This is the magic that is part of living in NYC, any random old thing can happen at any old street corner.Follow Boy Butter on Instagram click here
Check out the new GaySocialites.com Halloween article about Boy Butter Minis: Give Your Trick a Treat
Are you tired of being poked and prodded without your Boy Butter? No problem, because we have a sexy solution for you this Halloween season.When it comes time to trick-or-treat on a spooky night, you must pick up 1 of 3 (or all) Boy Butter Minis, 2 oz travel-safe versions of all the Boy Butter formulas; there is the Boy Butter Original, which is a coconut oil-based cream formula, the Boy Butter H20, which is a water-based and latex-safe cream formula, and the Boy Butter Clear, which is highly concentrated water-based gel formula.The creator of Boy Butter says, “The best thing about all my Boy Butter formulas are that they last as long as silicone-based lubricants, enhance pleasure, and are all as easily washable as any water-based lubricants, the veritable Goldilocks of personal lubricants.”Boy Butter Minis are also the perfect accessory for your annual slutty costume; fill your grab bag on All Hallow’s Eve, and bring out your inner (sex) demon. Essentially, Boy Butter Minis are the perfect treat for your trick, and definitely for the ho on the go!Everyone knows that Halloween is gay Christmas, so some travel may be required. All of the Boy Butter Minis products are TSA-approved, which are nifty, 2 oz EZ-Pump bottles you can carry on any flight. TSA will notforce you to surrender your Boy Butter at the airport anymore. This means that flying around on your broomstick (or someone else’s, for that matter) should be easy.Boy Butter brings the fun back to sex. So light some candles, prepare the Boy Butter Minis, and get ready for the sexiest séance of your life.Click here to see original post on GaySocialites.comClick here to buy Boy Butter Minis!
Boy Butter is proud to be a part of Team New York Aquatics Masters Waterpolo!
This weekend the nation's capital hosted the annual Washington Wetskins Waterpolo Fall Invitational. My amazing masters Water polo team, TNYA Polo came in 4th out if a field of 11 teams throughout N. America and that is pretty awesome. We are a member of International Gay and Lesbian Aquatics (IGLA). Check out my photos from this past weekend.
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You'll Never Know it isn't Boy Butter
The water based version of the famous Boy Butter personal lubricant is so great, You'll Never Know it isn't Boy Butter! The world's first cream form water based lubricant infused with Vitamin E and whipped into a creamy consistency, which feels like the original Boy Butter oil based lubricant formula, but it is totally water based, latex and vaginally safe, something most cream lubricants cannot do. A little bit goes a long way and promises not to dry out, stays slicker longer, feeling natural for both him and her. Safe on all toys and all materials, in fact it will change the way you think about personal lubricant, forever! Click to buy on Shoplube.com
Boy Butter posters show up on West Hollywood streets.
Boy Butter will be blowing the shofar this Jew Year at Hebro's High Homodays at Hudson Terrace in NYC
Listen up Gay Jews in NYC! Join this Butter Boy on Saturday and celebrate the new-jew-year and blow your shofar with your favorite Hebrew-hotties (and the goys that love us) at Hebro's annual high-holiday blowout on Saturday, Sep 20 at Hudson Terrace! $15 online tix HERE, $20 at door.
With a special performance by Lady SinAGaGa
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Joan Rivers, Comedian and Talk-Show Host, Dies at 81
Joan Rivers, a talk-show host, actress and red-carpet critic who rose to the top of comedy's ranks while unapologetically skewering everyone and everything she passed along the way, died Thursday in New York following complications from a medical procedure. She was 81 years old."She passed peacefully at 1:17 p.m. surrounded by family and close friends," her daughter, Melissa Rivers, said in a statement.One of comedy's most recognizable faces—thanks in part to a series of plastic surgeries she made fun of as much as her detractors did—Ms. Rivers rose to prominence in the 1960s and 1970s on the talk-show scene, injecting crass and controversial jokes into the buttoned-up, male-dominated network shows.After first appearing on "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson " in 1965, Ms. Rivers started a talk-show career that included stints on "The Tonight Show" and "The Late Show Starring Joan Rivers" on Fox in 1986. When she launched the rival program, she said Mr. Carson, her mentor, never spoke to her again.Ms. Rivers become a permanent fixture on TV after that, most famously as a critic of celebrity fashion.Her reign on the red carpet began in the 1990s, when she started working for the E! Network, attending award shows to comment on who looked fabulous, who didn't and—by way of learning who designed each look—"who" everyone was wearing. She was currently hosting "Fashion Police" on the network at the time of her death.Her takedowns earned her many fans, and more than a few enemies in Hollywood. "He looks like he ate the Dixie Chicks," she once said of an overweight Billy Joel. Bad outfits were sometimes said to be picked by the blind singer Stevie Wonder.Ms. Rivers was born Joan Alexandra Molinsky in Brooklyn in 1933, the youngest daughter of Russian Jewish immigrants. After graduating from Barnard College in 1954, she worked in the fashion industry before appearing on the stand-up comedy circuit, with a brash and unabashed style echoed in the routines of current comedians such as Sarah Silverman and Kathy Griffin.One of her early jokes: "I blame my mother for my poor sex life. All she told me was, 'The man goes on top and the woman underneath.' For three years my husband and I slept in bunk beds."Ms. Rivers was often joined on TV by her only child, Melissa Rivers. Ms. Rivers once said: "My daughter and I are very close. We speak every single day, and I call her every day and I say the same thing, 'Pick up, I know you're there.' "Ms. Rivers was married twice, first briefly after graduating from college and in 1965 to Edgar Rosenberg, a producer who would become her manager and business partner before committing suicide in 1987. Ms. Rivers and her daughter addressed the suicide in a made-for-TV movie seven years later, playing themselves in "Tears and Laughter."Ms. Rivers, who lived in Malibu and Manhattan, wrote 12 books, ranging from humor to autobiography and self-help. She appeared on Broadway several times, and in 1994 received a Tony nomination for Best Actress in a Play for "Sally Marr…and Her Escorts," about the life of comic Lenny Bruce's mother.Ms. Rivers's businesses extended beyond acting and comedy to include a fashion and jewelry line on the QVC home-shopping network.More recently, Ms. Rivers appeared in "Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work," a celebrated documentary that provided a candid look at the star, including inside the many drawers of jokes she kept organized by topics from "cooking" to "Christmas cards" to "Tony Danza."Ms. Rivers is shown throughout the film doing stand-up shows in smaller venues across the country—showing some of the unglamorous work she did to keep her empire afloat, and the work ethic that kept her holding a microphone until just last week."I will do anything," she says in the movie.