Mindfulness, sexuality, tantra, fun and fitness for gay men

Lisbon by Half

What is better than one half? Three halfs! Or at least that is how many half marathons I could find for the next year taking place in Lisbon… All seem to have quite a different flavour – and routes, so it shouldn’t be boring going for all three…. Here is a quick overview: Lisbon by half (marathons) A photo posted by Urbangay (@urbangayblog) on May 20, 2016 at 8:36am PDT

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I’m missing it.

… running that is. Because of an injury, together with being insanely busy and the injury being a convenient excuse not to get off my bum and run, I haven’t really stuck to any running routine at all so far this year. While, luckily, that hasn’t resulted in a major increase of my waistline (although a little bit more is there, I think) I really have to take this up again – and stop making excuses about why I can’t. A photo posted by Urbangay (@urbangayblog) on May 8, 2016 at 4:42am PDT Last weekend I went with my ex […]

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Film: The last time I saw Macau

The last time I saw Macau ( A Última Vez Que Vi Macau ) is a “film essay”, following a man’s  return after thirty years of absence to the ex-Portuguese colony – this time to help a friend in need. Co-Directed by João Rui Guerra da Mata together with João Pedro Rodrigues of O Fantasma and To Die Like a Man fame. A última vez que vi Macau / The last time I saw #Macau – #portuguesecinema … review coming soon A photo posted by Urbangay (@urbangayblog) on Apr 29, 2016 at 8:12am PDT I always had a bit of […]

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Film: Aya Arcos

A middle aged writer falls for a young hustler… Both embark on a shaky, mismatched relationship… A highly sexually charged, Brazilian film, with lots of potential. #AyaArcos #gaymovie #brazil … review coming soon A photo posted by Urbangay (@urbangayblog) on Apr 26, 2016 at 12:10pm PDT Yesterday I managed to watch Aya Arcos, a Brazilian film about a writer (Edu) who falls for a young hustler he meets on the streets of Rio (Fabio). Against the backdrop of the two very different characters, the relationship develops – unsurprisingly shaky. While Fabio couldn’t care less about what tomorrow may bring, Edu, […]

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