men of color

J.C. Davies examines the myths about interracial lovers in I Got The Fever: Love, What’s Race Gotta Do With It?

READY FOR A HOT & SPICY ROMANCE? Are you sick of believing all the good men are either married or gay? Then it s time to catch the fever for intercultural dating, that is. The fact is, soulmates come in every color and I Got the Fever can help you find yours. Injected with pants-wetting anecdotes, eyebrow-raising commentary, and plenty of juicy details, I Got the Fever offers a practical course of treatment for dating within five unique cultures: Latino, Asian, Black, Indian, and Jewish. Plus, author J.C. Davies delivers the low down on every question you ever had about dating men of other races but were too PC to ask: Do Asian men like their women submissive? Are Jewish men really cheap? Are all Indian men well versed in the Kama Sutra? Do Latin lovers live up to their reputation? Do Black men actually have big, er, uh, equipment? Whether you re already in an interracial relationship, contemplating one or just want to be entertained by JC s conversational style and hilarious anecdotes, I Got the Fever is the perfect prescription for dating in a new and diverse world.



So I was wandering through my dash and I came across this graphic that had been much reblogged and I thought: these are all really hot guys who are talented and awesome, but it would also be nice to have a graphic that celebrated the diversity of hot dudes that fandom loves. Vania of  VLC_Photo made this for me — if I’ve left off the hot dude of your choice, and I am sure I have because I could only fit a few dudes, and I would really have liked to fit Elyas M'Barak

and Robbie Magasiva —

for instance…. anyway I encourage you to make .gifs of your own. I mean, tumblr is for posting pictures of hot dudes, right?

* the dudes, not in order: Tyler Posey, Idris Elba, Hrithik Roshan, Diego Boneta, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Godfrey Gao, Kiowa Gordon, Daniel Henney, Anthony Neely, Lenny Kravitz, Jesse Williams, Aldis Hodge, Michael Trevino, Dennis Oh, Dev Patel