The ballet of Mango Meshman

(Mango Meshman shows off his body, to the accompaniment of mansexually suggestive lyrics. Not for everyone.)

(#1)

The beauty of his buttocks
And the juicy sweetness
Of his secret parts

We know him in a previous incarnation as the fabulously receptive superhero Mesh Man:


(#2) From my 2/13/19 posting “Mesh Man: Always Open for Business®”

(And again in my 4/27/19 posting “A standout in his shorts”, with Mesh Man “flaunting his famous receptive organ — he’s all man and a foot deep”, in photos #1  – #3 (and admiring his penis in #4).)

But now he’s doing business as Mango Meshman, the maestro of the Mango Ballet, with costumes provided by a new fetish underwear line, DJX, from the Daily Jocks firm (ad in my mail today). The ad copy:

Get party ready with the DJX Trough Collection. Exclusive to DailyJocks this party look will make you stand out from the crowd with matching Harness, Jockstrap, Shorts & Socks.

From NOAD:

noun trough: a long, narrow open container for animals to eat or drink out of: a water trough.

The trough in the ad will suggest pigs feeding, and gay sexual excess.

As for the Mango Ballet, it’s a dance form of Meshman’s own devising, based on four ballet positions, each with an associated color and character; each character has perfectly color coordinated clothes (harness, jockstrap, shorts, and socks) — fetishwear with style:


(#3) First position: the Red Fool, an especially ridiculous-looking posture and costume


(#4) Second position: the Blue Victor


(#5) Third position: the Khaki Contemplative


(#6) Fourth Position: the Black Cruiser

In the technical literature on Mango Ballet, the first two positions are known as covered positions: the buttocks are covered by shorts, and the dancer’s prominent package is highlighted instead. And the last two as open positions: the dancer’s buttocks are on display in his jockstrap.

The fourth position is sometimes known jocularly as The Closer, or as the Coup de Grâce.

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