Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Shoplube.com spreads the love for Valentine's Day

          Don't you just love love?
I do, and I want to help spread the love.
Shoplube.com is offering a new Valentine's Day coupon to customers all around the world.
Just enter coupon code: 
"LOVE"
 for 6% off any order plus a free full sized Boy Butter Clear 2 oz bottle.
Just visit www.shoplube.com for hundreds of items specifically designed for love.
This offer expires, Feb. 14th, 2012

Saturday, January 28, 2012

Bartender dancing on the bar at Flaming Saddles in Hell's Kitchen

This is my favorite new bar and bartender in NYC. 
It's kinda like Coyote Ugly, only gayer and way more fun. 
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793 9th Avenue
New York, NY 10019 

Friday, January 27, 2012

Gingrich: Palestine an 'invention'



GOP Florida debate sees rare agreement between presidential hopefuls Romney, Gingrich on reasons Israeli-Palestinian peace process is stalling
by Yitzhak Benhorin Original link at Ynet News



WASHINGTON – The Republican Party held yet another stormy presidential debate Thursday, with all four presidential hopefuls vying for the votes of their Florida constitutes.
Banters and political sparring aside, the debate was also the scene of a rare agreement between former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, as both strongly sided with Israel when asked why they believed the Israeli-Palestinian peace process was failing.

Romney blamed President Obama and Gingrich blamed the Palestinians for the ongoing conflict in the Middle East.

"I think he threw Israel under the bus with regards to defining the '67 borders as a starting point of negotiations," Romney said.

Asked about the peace process, Romney said: "Well, the reason that there's not peace between the Palestinians and Israel is because… in the leadership of the Palestinian people are Hamasand others who think like Hamas, who have as their intent the elimination of Israel." 
"It's the Palestinians who don't want a two-state solution," he continued, "They want to eliminate the state of Israel.

"The best way to have peace in the Middle East is not for us to vacillate and to appease, but is to say we stand with our friend Israel; we are committed to a Jewish state in Israel; we will not have an inch of difference between ourselves and our ally Israel."

Gingrich then surprised the audience: "Governor Romney is exactly right," he said, adding that in his opinion, the Palestinians were to blame for the prolonged stalemate in the peace process.

"The leadership in Hamas says not a single Jew will remain. Well, you're not having a peace negotiation, then. This is war by another form," he said.
"My goal for the Palestinian people would be to live in peace, to live in prosperity, to have the dignity of a state, to have freedom, and they can achieve it any morning they are prepared to say: Israel has a right to exist, we give up the right to return, and we recognize that we're going to live side by side. Now let's work together to create mutual prosperity. And you could in five years dramatically improve the quality of life of every Palestinian.

"But the political leadership would never tolerate that," Gingrich continued, "and that's why we are in a continuous state of war, where Obama undermines the Israelis."
The former speaker also defended his controversial statement about the Palestinian people being "invented": "It was technically an invention of the late 1970s. Prior to that they were Arabs. Many of them were either Syrian, Lebanese or Egyptian or Jordanian," he said.

As for the peace process, Gingrich said: "There were 11 rockets fired into Israel in November. Now, imagine in Duvall County (in Florida) that 11 rockets hit from your neighbor. How many of you would be for a peace process and how many of you would say, you know, that looks like an act of war?" Gingrich asked the audience.

He also reiterated his pledge to move the US embassy in Israel to Jerusalem: "On the first day that I'm president, if I do become president, I will sign an executive order directing the State Department to move the embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem to send the signal we're with Israel," Gingrich said.

Monday, January 23, 2012

Boy Butter is proud to support the National Union of Jewish LGBT Students


        I am proud to be attending a happy hour this Sunday at Elmo for a first ever fundraiser for the National Union of Jewish LGBT Students.  NUJLS is the national organization brining together Jewish LGBT college students. And for over thirteen years they have held annual conferences hosting hundreds of students, and supporting these students to develop strong and healthy identities. But for the first time this year, NUJLS is going above and beyond and planning to expand from just an annual conference to a year round organization, with programs and initiatives that will support students across the country throughout the year with multiple projects in line. So they pleased to announce that they are having their first ever fundraiser, January 29th in New York City.  This is an amazing milestone and as a Jewish and Israeli member of the LGBT community, I wanted to invite all my friends and supporters personally to this great opportunity to support the future of our community.

When: January 29th 5-7pm
Where: Elmo Lounge (157 7th Ave)
Suggested Donation: $36

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Snow flakes. by Emily Dickinson


Snow flakes.

I counted till they danced so
Their slippers leaped the town,
And then I took a pencil
To note the rebels down.
And then they grew so jolly
I did resign the prig,
And ten of my once stately toes
Are marshalled for a jig!

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Eden Fantasys reviews Boy Butter Original as perfect for "Self Love"


     Working "tirelessly around the clock," Boy Butter™ has developed an outstanding personal lubricant that is sure to make "all your troubles melt away." This silky and completely odorless cream is made from "farm fresh, 100% Grade A Boy Butter™," or more specifically, coconut oil blended with organic silicone.
 This water soluble mixture means no more stains on fabrics or surfaces and no soap required for clean up. Totally safe on rubber, glass, and silicone-based toys, the cream is great for masturbation, anal, and some limited vaginal sex, while also being an excellent addition to any SM play. Although it is not latex compatible, polyurethane condoms are recommended. With a three-year shelf life that requires no refrigeration, Boy Butter™ is "perfect for maximizing the pleasure of some of your favorite pastimes and hobbies."
The oil herein is mainly used in massage products, while the organic silicone is usually found in hair conditioners. When these two ingredients are combined and left to homogenize (just like real butter), this wonderful product is the result. "Rigorously tested, re-tested, and tested again," Boy Butter™ will outlast most other silicone-based lubricants and wash off with water alone.  
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Saturday, January 14, 2012

A Jewish Return to Germany


by Jayson Littman, founder of He'bro
When I landed in Berlin's Tegel Airport for a nine-day trip, I exited the plane and was surprised to see the baggage carousel right outside my gate. "How efficient," I thought. Then I realized I had just failed my very first test of Break That German Stereotype.
Germany Close Up is a program administered by the New Synagogue of Berlin and supported by a grant from the European Recovery Program of the German Federal Ministry. It aims to present North American Jews with a first-hand experience of modern Germany. When I applied, I was most curious as to how I, a gay Jew, would feel walking around the streets of Berlin.
Arriving in Berlin a day early, some of us toured the city on our own.
"What brings your group to Berlin?" the locals asked.
"Oh, we're here for a fellowship," or, "We're here for a young professionals program," we would respond, always leaving out the part about being Jewish.
As I first toured the city, I had a difficult time seeing Berlin for the beautiful city it was and felt as if I were on the Hollywood set of a Holocaust movie. I was momentarily annoyed with Steven Spielberg for creating this lens of Germany as a state of Holocaust. Normal, everyday sirens would blare and I would immediately think of Jews being arrested. And when I saw the cutest little Shih Tzu on the street and went over to pet him, he started barking at me, and I immediately thought, "Damn you, German Shepherd Shih Tzu," as if he knew I was Jewish. As I people-watched throughout the neighborhoods and saw all the tall, handsome German men, I could have sworn I had seen each of them before -- but unsure if I recognized them fromSchindler's List or an H&M ad.
Later, in the evening, I headed over to the local gay bar, where I discovered "athlete night." As all the boys around me changed out of their clothes and into mesh shorts and tank tops, I purchased a set at the counter. The attendant gave me a bag, for my regular clothes and wallet and other belongings. As I gave the attendant my bag of clothes and personal belongings, he wrote "477" on my arm with a Sharpie. There I was, in Germany, stripped of my clothes, stripped of my identity, with a number on my arm. It was quite surreal, but then we drank and were merry.
As the program began and we toured Berlin, I was fascinated by the gentrification of this beautiful city. "Never trust the green grass," Dagmar Pruin, the director of the program, would tell us, as if to remind us that there are many hellish stories covered over by the modernization of Berlin. We had the opportunity to meet with young Germans, politicians, and local Jewish leaders. Meeting local Germans was by far the most valuable learning experience. I hadn't met so many Jewish Studies majors since attending a Brandeis University reunion two years ago. While Germans never shut down a discussion of the Holocaust, they could no longer apologize for it. They wanted a relationship with us as people, not as criminals. Thank God, because I really wanted to hear more about Heidi Klum and discuss the one thing that I still haven't forgiven the Germans for: their love for David Hasselhoff.
As the trip came and went, I realized how comfortable and safe I felt as a Jew in Germany, and it brought back memories of my grandparents, survivors of Auschwitz. Early on in the trip, I felt guilty for returning to a country that committed such atrocities against the Jewish people (and other minority groups), but as the trip ended, I felt empowered and even embraced as a Jew in a beautiful city. On my final night in Berlin, I attended a mostly gay party called Berlin Meschugge, which brought together Israelis and the Germans who love them (and there are many) amid a mix of Israeli pop music and U.S. hits. Many of the local, non-Jewish gay Germans there talked about how as gays, they, too, would have been persecuted by the Nazis. Then our conversation abruptly ended when the DJ played Lady Gaga's Schei├če, and we danced the night away. "Ah, the pop stars that bind us," I thought.
I flew back to New York via Paris. As I settled into my seat, thinking about these experiences in Germany, the flight attendant interrupted my thoughts: "Bonjour, you ordered a special meal, correct?" Yes, I replied. The French man next to me said, "What are you, Jewish?" Not appreciating his tone, I replied, "No, vegetarian," and we pleasantly ignored each other the entire flight home.

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

My sister, Donna Feldman appears on latest episode of ABC's Castle

On the latest episode of ABC's Castle, titled, Till Death do us Part, the plot centers around Castle and Beckett investigating the death of a ladies' man, a twist in the case may disrupt their coworker, Ryan's wedding. At the wedding is where my beautiful supermodel/actress sister, Donna Feldman feels the urge to use the restroom. 
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To see full episode click not the link below, Donna's part comes in at the last few minutes of the show. Congrats little sister!!
Aired 01/09/2012

Saturday, January 7, 2012

Boy Butter interview on Derek and Romaine 12-16-11


Listen my December 16th 2011 interview on Derek and Romaine show from Sirius Satellite Radio's channel OutQ channel. 


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Wednesday, January 4, 2012

The winners of free Boy Butter giveaways at Hedda Lettuce's Christmas show, Lettuce Rejoice

Thanks to Hedda Lettuce for the lovely photos
Hedda and I posed for a photo after her hilarious holiday show.
Hedda and a lucky winner
Fresca is fabulous
This looks like he doesn't even want it.

Sunday, January 1, 2012

Happy New Year from Boy Butter

Well, 2011 was an awesome year for me and for Boy Butter Lubricants. I just wanted to thank all my friends, family and loyal Boy Butter customers for the constant support and love as we enter a new year of ups, downs and a world of endless possibilities for 2012. 


Love,

Eyal Feldman, owner and creator of Boy Butter Lubricants

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