Cocky Boys Appear in L.A., Orlando This Weekend

Joanne Cachapero
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Gay online content producer CockyBoys.com will send several if its web exclusive models to various events for this weekend’s Los Angeles Pride celebrations, and also to Orlando, Fla.

“We are thrilled to be hosting so many events at such great venues on both coasts to celebrate pride,” Cocky Boys founder Kyle Majors said.

“It’s a reflection of how far we’ve come in a short period of time," Majors added. "It’s also a chance to connect one-on-one with the fans, and return some of the hospitality and support that our members have shown to us in our first 10 months.”

On June 7-8, Cocky Boys web exclusive Phoenix Saint will appear at ID Glide booth during the Pride Festival in West Hollywood, from 12-6 p.m.

In Los Angeles, Cocky Boys exclusives will kick off Pride weekend on June 6, with an appearance at the “Flesh” event at Eleven nightclub, in West Hollywood. Models Phoenix Saint, Andrew Blue, MJ Taylor, Ace Sinclair and Bekim are slated to attend, and there also will be giveaways of Cocky Boy merchandise.

On June 7, the models will appear at the “Club Destination” event at Here nightclub, starting at 9 p.m., in West Hollywood.

Wrapping up the L.A. festivities on June 8, the Cocky Boy exclusives will be featured at nightclub Area.

“Los Angeles is our town,” Majors said. “I wanted go all out to introduce visitors to the hottest night clubs, Cocky Boys style. We picked the top LA nightspots to really give everyone a sense of the best of LA and pour out the most hospitality we can.”

For Orlando’s Gay Days celebration, Cocky Boys will host a booth at the Parliament House resort, from June 6-9. Models scheduled to appear in Orlando include Jesse Santana, Guy Parker, Bobby Clark, Ridge Michaels, Sean Preston, Riley Burke and Felix Andrews.

Noting the popularity of the models that appear on the Cocky Boys site, Majors added, “Our guys are modeling sex for people but they are also embodying the attitude of strength and pride — or ‘cockiness’ that too many guys don’t have. Our guys show others how to be comfortable with themselves, whether it be one of our gay or straight stars.”

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