Archive for the ‘Clothing’ Category

To the liquor of your laughter / And the lacquer of your limbs

October 29, 2015

Yesterday’s offering from Daily Jocks (with a caption; notes to follow):


At first it was spectral, ghostly,
Visible only in blue light, at an
Acute angle, scarcely a real
Body part.

Gus stroked it into
Life, gave it color, fun color, took it
From infracorporeal to
Ultracorporeal, crackling with
Energy at all frequencies.

Power in a pouch.


Depilation Row

October 23, 2015

Yesterday’s invitation-to-explore from Daily Jocks:


Kev, they said, short hair and facial
Scruff mean ‘butch’ to our faggot
Customers, that’s good; and a
Smooth, hairless body invites them to
Stroke it, so ditch the fur, dude, and
Bring them down to your
Treasure crotch.

So Kev suffered the pain of depilation, oiled himself lightly, and wore his skivvies down low, all to please the customers.

And now on “Depilation Row”, which will take us back to Palo Alto in the 60s.


From Shirtless Monday: Seann William Scott

October 22, 2015

Left over from my “Shirtless Mondays” posting, one of the three actors I showed shirtless there: Seann William Scott, grinning and showing off his really really ripped body, while doing a shirt-lifting number. (David Paetkau and Matt Passmore were the other two).

I picked these three to write about because I’d seen them all at work on a single day, enjoyed their performances, thought they deserved some notice as solid and reliable actors who were not, however, star names, and, yes, appreciated their inclinations towards showing off their bodies.

On to Scott, who I saw in the sweet comedy movie Role Models, where he shared top billing with Paul Rudd. But almost everybody who sees a photo of Scott recognizes him immediately from a comedy role he played 25 years ago: “Stifler!”


Shirtless Mondays

October 20, 2015

Viewed yesterday on tv: episodes of the police drama Flashpoint, featuring (among others) the actor David Paetkau; the first Satisfaction show of the new season, featuring actor Matt Passmore; and the sweet comedy film Role Models, featuring actor Seann William Scott. Paetkau occasionally appears shirtless, while the other two do so repeatedly; they are pleased to display their bodies. Here I’m going to post about Paetkau and Passmore, mostly because they are physically similar, and could be taken for brothers (their faces are similar and they both have a broad-shouldered “athlete’s build”, while Scott is facially quite different and has a lean build); but also because they’re not Americans (Paetkau is Canadian, Passmore Australian), while Scott is; and because their (very attractive, hunky) bodies look, in a sense, “natural”, while Scott is a serious bodybuilder, and it shows.

Paetkau and Passmore in this posting, Scott in one to come.


Rafe on display

October 19, 2015

(Some plain talk about man-man sex in here, but no X-rated images. Use your judgment.)

Yesterday’s ad from Daily Jocks (with my caption):


Rafe — solicited by Nasty
Pig at the Bay of
Pigs dance party at an
Up Your Alley — loved
Living in a jockstrap, loved
Even more the company
Pig Parties, where he was a
Pig Champ. But nothing had
Prepared him for

He’s remarkably well preserved, I’d say.


Lightning strike

October 15, 2015

Yesterday’s ad from Daily Jocks:

Supaman has only to rub his
Hands together, or grind his
Crotch against a hot guy, and
Sparks will fly. His energy can
Drive a roomful of men into
Heat… Plus, he knows everything
About renewable power.


Numb3rs and a soap-opera-handsome hunk

October 13, 2015

(Mostly about tv and handsome men, rather than language.)

Caught in a re-run of the tv series Numb3rs (season 2, episode 5, “Assassin”, originally aired 10/21/05), the soap-opera-handsome hunk Jordi Vilasuso, playing Colombian Gabriel Ruiz (the target of assassination attempts in Los Angeles):


As it turns out, Vilasuso is a soap opera veteran, and also a muscle hunk.


The Exotic of the North Country

October 11, 2015

Today’s ad for Daily Jocks:

Jimi’s father is
Filipino, his mother Provençal, but
He’s taken for Finnish, and
His clients are hot for Finnish
Dudes, so now he knows a
Helluva lot about Helsinki, though
He’s never been there.


Annals of phallicity: nozzles (and glycerin, lubes, and posing oils)

October 10, 2015

(A posting drenched in the contemplation of the male body and man-man sex, but with linguistic points along the way. Use your judgment.)

It starts with a Channel 1 Releasing (C1R) ad for their current fire sale on gay porn, featuring the flick Full Service:


A remarkable photo. There’s the big-ol’ phallic symbol, that huge gas pump nozzle (in red, indicating that it’s engorged) that Brad Phillips is about to wield on Butch Taylor, both of their muscular tanned bodies drenched in sex sweat (well, covered in glistening glycerin — the film is from 1986, in what I like to think of as the Golden Days of Gay Glycerin). This shot is technically not X-rated, since Phillips’s hard cock is concealed by Taylor’s shoulder and Taylor’s fist wrapped around his own hard cock is concealed by the hoses.

On to the film, to nozzles as phallic symbols, and to various glycerin-related topics, ending up in the world of bodybuilders and fighters, all in posing oils.


Rocky Horror at 40

October 8, 2015

From the (UK) Daily Mail on the 6th, a feature on the Rocky Horror Picture Show, in “Let’s Do The Time Warp again! Susan Sarandon and Tim Curry reunite with Rocky Horror Picture Show cast for 40 year anniversary of cult comedy-horror musical” (a long and informative title), which begins:

It started as a quirky art-house film that was panned by critics – but grew to be one of the most-loved cult phenomenons of our time.

And cast of the The Rocky Horror Picture Show movie got together for the first time in 25 years to celebrate the 1975 camp classics’ 40th anniversary for a special issue of Entertainment Weekly.

And the stars reminisced about being part of the musical comedy horror classic in an interview with NBC’s Today on Tuesday.

A still from early in the movie:


Camp classic: Dr Frank-N-Furter, played by Tim Curry, greets Susan Sarandon’s Janet and Barry Bostwick’s Brad in The Rocky Horror Picture Show movie, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary

A wonderful show, created by Richard O’Brien, who also plays Riff Raff in the movie (and who, not entirely coincidentally, sees himself as 70% male and 30% female, as transgender or perhaps third sex). A music comedy + horror movie — not the only one, but surely the high point of the genre.

Now a bit on the movie, which will take us (via Tim Curry) to the tv show Criminal Minds, of all places.



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