In ThunderTV's recent release, Bear challenges Logan to a game of gay chicken: straight guy challenging another straight guy to kiss, the chicken being the guy who cringes and backs off first. Bear says it's not much different than wrestling a guy. Logan draws close, but can't quite make himself lock lips with Bear. So Bear suggests a little body worship as a warmup exercise. Logan's okay with this, since, he says, rubbing a guy's muscle is little closer to wrestling, you know, "regular guy stuff." Then Bear coaxes Logan into kissing his hairy chest, telling him to just pretend he's kissing "a furry something else." Logan gets it on with Bear's pec for a few seconds, but then suddenly backs off, repulsed, claiming he's straight and can't go the hairy tit route either. Bear threatens to force Logan into kissing him on the mouth. The sex predator vibe is a little on the strong side, but it's all in fun. Logan protests. But he is smiling the whole time. Bear raises the perfectly valid point that saying "it's gross" is not the same thing as saying "no." He bends Logan over and gives the guy a quick spanking. "You wanna get rough?" Bear asks him, with a hint of mischief in his expression. "Thunders knows I like it rough."Logan looks game, and the two start wrestling. On command, Logan kisses Bear's cannonball biceps. Bear then puts Logan in several compromising positions that resemble the positions we often see in pro wrestling and gay porn alike. Bear moves the contest outside, at poolside, the sun having set. The visual double entendres continue, poking fun at the idea that, as so many wrestlers and wrestling fans claim, there's nothing even remotely erotic about wrestling--not "real" wrestling anyway. It also pokes fun--"poke" being the operative word--at the notion of straight guys playing gay "for pay" (or "on a dare"), but denying that some part of them likes it (or is at least bi-curious)."I can see why you enjoy dominating so much," Logan tells Bear later, after turning the tables on him, "it's kinda fun!" The wrestlers crisscross roles of dominant and submissive, and roughhouse many times in this 25-minutes of action, making this ThunderTV's slyest and most subversive match to date.