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Picture
Views: 197 · Added: 989 days ago

What the fuck? I can't upload more pictures. What should I do?

Friendship...well not really
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Views: 197 · Added: 1233 days ago

what is an avatar and how do u upload one i guess u need this to add a pic to ur profile.. thax for the help..

What Is Your Favourite Hitchcock Movie?
Views: 197 · Added: 248 days ago

I have always been a great fan of Hitchcock movies; which one is your favourite?


Want To Chat on Cam But not with older that 18
Views: 197 · Added: 1043 days ago

im bored on here of not chatting to anybody and normally people who want to chat are like 30 or 40 and i dont want to chat with them so wouldnt mind chatting to you if you want to chat just message me :)

vacations
Views: 197 · Added: 574 days ago

any plans for this year guys, or you just having a wonderful time at home.
Do you like sun or walking or hiking or laying at the pool soaking up the suns rays or eyeing up the eye candy or going to europe or getting rid of pesky wabbits, lol

Scouse Lads
Views: 197 · Added: 955 days ago

Anyone in or around Liverpool fancy meetin up for some fun...

skype?
Views: 197 · Added: 1179 days ago

any one wanna skype if so add me oimupset is my screen name

I still have the trouble.
Views: 197 · Added: 1436 days ago

I'm still having trouble with this Site (Gayboystube)
And I am getting frustrated..

Waste of time.
Views: 197 · Added: 1436 days ago

Hello. I have to agree with Devonian, and others, that this site has gone from bad to worst,alot of my stuff has gone missing, my request part has gone, so i dont think i will use this site until its been sorted out,so can i please ask the admin to email me when its all sorted out.

Thanks.

Page edits
Views: 197 · Added: 741 days ago

How do I get myself one of them fancy pages I notice loads of other guys have?

Japan boys
Views: 196 · Added: 274 days ago

What is the point of having videos with masking ?

Moving pics
Views: 196 · Added: 817 days ago

Can someone tell me how I can move a pic(file) from one of my folders to another site, Like an email, or to add to one of my favorites? I never have figured this out yet.

hay there
Views: 196 · Added: 770 days ago

anybody in the disneyland wana meet

onesies
Views: 196 · Added: 620 days ago

just a light-hearted approach to a subject, let all the other guys discuss the more serious or sexual subjects. Do you wear them or thinking of buying one, or do you think they are drab, personally I dont think I would ever buy one, dont think they are suitable attire for guys, no trap doors on them.

Photos Posting Videos
Views: 196 · Added: 975 days ago

Nick:

Where are all the photos in my collection? Explain the mystery of uploading videos. Can't figure out how to do it. Many other sites are easier to negotiate.Would like to contribute but cannot.

Thanks
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kansas and its crazy laws
Views: 196 · Added: 252 days ago

kansas dose it agian, makes it legal to dicriminate gays and the LGBT community, makes me mad to even wanna call kansas my home state, to many bible thumpers in the senate.....http://www.dailykos.com/story/2014/02/06/1275711/-Kansas-House-Panel-approves-legislation-making-Anti-Gay-discrimination-legal#

Kansas House Panel approves legislation making Anti-Gay discrimination legal

TOPEKA — The Kansas House will move forward with a bill that would give government employees the right to refuse service to same-sex couples on the basis of their religious beliefs.

Republican supporters of House Bill 2453 say the bill concerns religious liberty. Democratic opponents said the bill unfairly targets gay Kansans. The two sides talked circles around each other Thursday at a meeting of the House Committee on Federal and State Affairs.

Read more here: http://www.kansas.com/...

That in bold may be the understatement of the week. Hard to say year because it's early and in Kansas, who knows what else is coming down the pipe.

Gov. Sam Brownback said that he has yet to read the bill, but called himself a “strong proponent and supporter for religious liberty.”

“Religious liberty issues are ones that I’ve been around for a long time. … I’ve fought for religious liberty in many countries and with many different faiths,” Brownback said. “It’s basic in the Bill of Rights.”

The bill was drafted in reaction to federal court rulings overturning same-sex marriage bans in other states, said Rep. Steve Brunk, R-Wichita, the committee’s chairman. In 2005, Kansas voters overwhelmingly approved an amendment to the state constitution to ban gay marriage.

The scope of Brunk’s bill has been hotly debated. The bill goes further than past legislation concerning same-sex marriage because it extends to private businesses as well as government employees.

If the bill becomes law, public and private employees alike could refuse service to same-sex couples based on their religious beliefs concerning marriage. Because religion is a protected status, the employer could not terminate the employee for this refusal. The law would also shield private businesses from discrimination lawsuits.

It's Ok. Legislation that makes it specifically legal to refuse service to a class of people based on any factor has a long standing history in US law of.. what.. being overturned?

Oh, Kansas. At least there were voices of some reason.. despite being outnumbered:

Rep. Emily Perry, D-Mission, voiced her opposition to the bill by quoting the Kansas Bill of Rights.

“All men are possessed of equal and inalienable natural rights,” read Perry. “All men,” she repeated.

It's 2014. And we're still having to lecture this point.

See, someone else, even a Republican gets it:

Rep. Allan Rothlisberg, R-Garden Plaza, invoked the image of the Pilgrims fleeing Europe. Rep. Willie Dove, R-Bonner Springs, said religious freedom was in “jeopardy” and compared the situation to racial discrimination.

Oh wait, no he doesn't. He's equating the inability to discriminate against a group of people with the fight against racism, in what has to be one of the most confusing quotes I've ever read. He supports being intolerant as a way to fight for his rights in the same way that African Americans had to fight for their right to be accepted.

Or something.

I guess.

Or maybe he's arguing that his religion is being oppressed because it is being denied the ability to oppress others?

I don't know. I think my head is spinning. Rum

???how long can you go
Views: 196 · Added: 1031 days ago

ok little none fact i can fuck someone and have no kind of emotion involved. So if im emotionally involved i can got for hours but if im not after the second or third cum im done ready to stop..........to make this short how long can you go

Second Class Citizens
Views: 196 · Added: 973 days ago

Please check out Ryan James Yezak's documentary Second Class Citizens site at http://www.facebook.com/2ndClassCitizens. He has already raised over $160,000.00 towards his $50,000.00 goal to make the movie, that is Awesome!!! Change is happening but more needs to be done and this documentary will help a lot. We need to show to the Nation/World that we are not second class citizens...

Hi
Views: 196 · Added: 734 days ago

Would anybody like to text me? Only for guys 18-28 I just need to talk :(

Watch
Views: 196 · Added: 921 days ago

Watch Film 'shelter' on Scottas page. Absolutley ace.

Outbox Mail Problem
Views: 196 · Added: 942 days ago

My problem, although maybe that is the way it is supposed to work, is that whenever I upload vids, I get individual outbox messages telling my subscribers that I have uploaded a new video. Having a lot of subscribers and uploading a lot of files, my outbox gets huge and I then have to go through and delete them so I can actually see the necessary outbox messages.

I looked in preferences but wasn't able to see any checkable item to hinder this from happening. Am I resigned to delete all my subscribers to take care of this problem? Obviously I would like them to know about my new uploads.

Lauck

The walking dead
Views: 196 · Added: 591 days ago

Not a bad show! The zombies are a little pussy for me and it dwells too much on the conflict with the governor, but still an OK gig. Did you know that Rick and that white chick glen bangs are Brit actors that fake their US accents?

That Governor is nuts!

Video Uploads
Views: 196 · Added: 752 days ago

About how long does it take for an uploaded video to appear? And, is there any notification that a video has been rejected, for whatever reason? I've uploaded two in the last several days, and neither have appeared. If they're already here, and mine were rejected (or, for other reasons) I've got others to share...but, don't want to 'push' if there's a backlog....

Interracial
Views: 196 · Added: 1020 days ago

Hi my beautiful gay brothers. I got this thing for interracial sex. I wanna do it, but it seems you westerners only send your "ugliest" dudes in Cameroon. And I'm not that desperate. Anyway, what I wanna know is if any of you lucky devils have interracial sex, or form an interracial couple with your bf.

RELATIONSHIP? OR NOT?
Views: 196 · Added: 724 days ago

Do u think some of the guys on here are REALLY in the relationships they claim? :P

I know a lot of gay boys in there teens and erly 20s where i live but dont know any who r in comitted long term relationships, yet on GBT it seems lots of guys are.

Do u thik its a case of a couple of days rooting, a couple of nites wathcing movies and clubing and BINGO suddenly u r claiming to be in a relationship.

(Wonder what the 'boyfriend' would say to find out hes magically manacled to tht 3 day one nite stand from last week?)

The way i see it Thomas - tolead - is in a relationsip; 30 years; but kinda wonder bout evryone else, especilly any that are under about 2 yers duration.

What is ur definition of a relationship?

Today is a Holiday for some.
Views: 196 · Added: 154 days ago


looking for cute,young guys in pennsylvania
Views: 196 · Added: 1140 days ago

if there is any hot,babyfaced young boys 18-23 who lives in cecil,canonsburg,bridgeville or any town close by,hit me up.i live in lawrence,pennsylvania.please be discreet.

mates
Views: 196 · Added: 1235 days ago

hiin to young looking for mates in to same and to meet up for some fun love to meet boyz in the bradford/leeds area uk

BULLYING
Views: 196 · Added: 579 days ago

Contrary to what is often portrayed in the media, there is no such thing as a single school bully.

There is usually a pack of them, or in my experience, an entire school.

I was the usual skinny boy with thick glasses and the misfortune of living emotionally close to the surface.

After years of casual taunts and jibes in primary and intermediate school, from girls and boys alike, the bullying really kicked into high gear during my third and fourth form years at college.

What followed was not so much bullying as an attempt to eradicate someone's life.

Every day I would run the gauntlet of jabs, punches, jeers, jibes and abuse.

It was non-stop, without a break.

Teachers would often join in, and when my parents got involved they were informed that bullying was part of the curriculum at my school and if they didn't like it, they were free to withdraw me, which they eventually did.

As you may imagine, this instilled within me a nice, healthy, life-long respect for authority.

The bullying eventually peaked in an incident in my final year where a student I thought of as a friend set me up by leading me to the top of a fire escape.

I didn't know that he had already gone around telling everyone and anyone that I was going to kill myself.

He had arranged for half the school to turn up and shout "jump, jump JUMP!"

This went on for about an hour until I managed to push my way through the crowd and call my parents to get home.

As mentioned before, I eventually left for another school where things improved somewhat, at least as far as the bullying went.

Academically it didn't, and eventually I got expelled in my seventh form year for continuously not turning up to classes.

But that was all me. I guess I can't blame everything on the bullying.

My high school years were a mixture of betrayal, abuse, disappointment, failure and neglect.

My grades suffered. I developed life-long problems with anxiety and remain on medication to this day.

But here's the thing. Success is the best form of recovery. It will silence them all, I promise.

In my late 20s everything shaped up. I went to university, got an honours degree, and pursued my musical ambitions, and continue to do so.

Despite my day-to-day problems, I have a loving wife and a great career in an education environment.

I am also a talented musician, have a life-long interest in weight training and the martial arts (go figure!), and I eventually even managed to get contact lenses.

I get through all the negatives of my childhood by accepting that certain things happened, and also by accepting that occasionally I still have to deal with them.

To all bullied children all I can say is one day it will stop. You will reclaim all your lost confidence and self-belief, but you will need some help along the way.

To the bullies, you know who you are.

Eat my dust.

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My story has much in common with others: I was ostracised by my peers for no reason that I could figure at the time - children seem to attack anyone who is different in some way.

I remember other kids at school who became the butt of jokes because they were in some way either handicapped or behaved oddly.

The ability to survive this kind of treatment seems to depend on a child's ability to absorb or deflect the taunts and stick up for themselves in both physical and emotional ways.

By the time I reached high school I'd had years of torment from other children. For some reason I was overly sensitive to the opinions of other kids with whom I used to associate. Being bad at sports did not help the situation.

My parents, who did everything they could to help, took me to the doctors and I was put on medication for depression. The drugs were quite strong back then and whilst it made the constant battle that I had trying to find my place somewhat bearable, it also dulled my brain, so my academic performance suffered.

By the time fifth form came around, things were bad. I had withdrawn into myself and though I had people I related to, I was always worried about rejection. I was shipped off to boarding school.

Dealing with this pressure during school hours was hard enough. Living with it 24/7 was hell. I was not the only one who was tormented in this place. Once again if someone was different in some way or unable or unwilling to defend themselves, the others were going to take advantage of it.

I failed academically and scared my house-master by trying to kill myself. Finally, I simply refused to go back.

The memories of those who bullied me are there to this day and the feeling of rejection by my peers has stayed with me as an adult. It has affected every area of my life, and I have given up.

As I look back on it I feel sure that if I had given as good as I got, stood up for myself, absorbed a few beatings, I may have earned grudging respect. Telling the teachers and staff made the situation worse. It seems to me that children have no sense of community, it's a dog eat dog world in school.

As a child in school I was keenly aware of a hierarchy that existed amongst my peers, just as it exists in any community, but in a far more brutal and perhaps honest fashion. This, at a time when children are being shaped into the kind of adults they will eventually become.

My experience at the bottom of this heap was one of rejection and ridicule for reasons I could not understand. Like all the others I was in the learning phase of my development, it's a delicate and dangerous time for many.

Despite all the hand-wringing and attempts to stop, it persists and I think this is because if we remove the thin veneer that is our civilisation, it is still survival of the fittest.
My name is Kane Pohio and during my secondary schooling at St Paul's Collegiate in Hamilton, I suffered bullying. I was the target of physical and mental abuse during my time as a boarder.

I had a tumour on my pituitary gland removed when I was three, it was about the size of a golf ball when they operated. They had to remove my pituitary gland during the operation. I have to take medication for the rest of my life. I had a growth hormone to get me to my height of 179cm and testosterone injections.

As a result of having my operation, I could not play contact sports like rugby. Not being able to play the sport that the majority of the school played made me an outcast right from the start. My energy levels were no where near a normal human being without a medical condition. I found it difficult in compulsory running or any exercise for that matter. I played sports like tennis, badminton, and squash, which were considered sissy sports.

The sorts of bullying I would receive included being called names and general verbal abuse, usually started by one boy and then the whole dorm would join in. I was punched or hit. I had the contents of my locker regularly thrown everywhere. I had the gears of my bike destroyed. After watching the movie Full Metal Jacket my whole dormitory thought it would be fun to punish me for my snoring. They held a sheet over me while I was in bed after the lights went out so I couldn't escape. They had blocks of soap in their pillow cases and proceeded to beat me with them until they felt satisfied that I had been beaten enough. The height of my physical bullying was one morning when we were having a shower in a large communal shower, I was pushed from behind by the perpetrator of my bullying. My feet slipped on the concrete floor and I fell flat on my back, hitting my head on the hard floor. I was knocked out for five minutes and when I came to all the guys were standing around as if nothing had happened. I was probably in the sick bay more than any boy there.

The verbal bullying was the worst and had the greatest effect on me, and because I didn't retaliate, I was an easy target. I tried to put on a brave face and make out it wasn't having an effect on me, but deep down I was being tormented.

When the bullies could see they were not having an effect on me with their words, they would sometimes resort to physical abuse. I would regularly come home with bruises but I never let on to my parents the extent of what was going on.

You simply can't get away from it when you are in a boarding house. You learn right from the start at that if you nark, it only gets worse.

The effects that bullying has had on me include mood swings; I would take my anger, frustration and fury out on my family for sending me to that school. I left at the end of sixth form with no desire to continue being a Christian, after all, it's an Anglican school. As far as I was concerned, God had failed me with the abuse I had received there.

I went through a dark period in my life after leaving the school where I would listen to heavy metal music which added fuel to my already burning anger and fury.

I never went to any of the school balls with our sister school. My self esteem was zero and I simply didn't have the confidence to ask a girl there to go with me. It's a big part of a boy's development into becoming a man to be able to communicate and relate with girls. I missed out on that because of bullying. I guess that is a reason why I am single at the age of 40.

The other effect is that once I left school it took me 10 years of my life to work out what I wanted to do for a career. I jumped from job to job with no direction in my life.

For 20-plus years I have had the effects of bullying hanging around my neck. In 2012 I received counselling and was able to forgive the people responsible, so that I could move on with my life. The effects of bullying don't end when you leave the school gate at the end of the day, they continue well on into your life.

Now when I read stories about bullying it gets the fury up in me because some young boy or girl is being bullied. It could be your son or daughter. Think of the effect on their lives it's going to have. The students responsible for bullying and their parents need to be punished by the school in such a way that they never bully anyone in their life again, because the parents are just as much to blame as the kids are.

The schools need to have a policy with zero acceptance of bullying, where students are expelled if they are found responsible of bullying. It's not good enough for schools to turn a blind eye to it anymore, take some serious action to stomp out bullying.

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Error is actually "403 forbidden"

any gays from Los Angeles?
Views: 196 · Added: 931 days ago

looking for guys in LA.

FOOD
Views: 196 · Added: 827 days ago

I still have the trouble.
Views: 196 · Added: 1441 days ago

I'm still having trouble with this Site (Gayboystube)
And I am getting frustrated..

when is this site going to be workimng again?
Views: 196 · Added: 1436 days ago

my profile still links to another guys? no new photos have appeared so i presume people cant upload them?

Notoriety/Bad Publicity
Views: 196 · Added: 189 days ago

Here's another one for you guys.


When I was single I pretty did what most of you do, shared pics and some vids with guys whom you could trust and enjoyed what you did and looked like and all; not so much now of course. With them I was never worried that I'd up on Tumblr or Reddit or even here, cuz we're friends first and foremost and we respect each other.


Thing is, I'd never upload myself, faceless or whatever, to a site like this one because you know it'll just get shared to the ends of the earth and beyond.


So, my question is - to those who upload themselves and to those who don't - why do you do it? How do you deal with it? And so on. And I am aware some guys have had issues with this from reading past blogs, so I know shit happens and all.





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