Archive for the ‘Clothing’ Category

Mac Daddy Santa

December 23, 2016

Exciting interest in the Twitterverse at the moment, this holiday tweet from Tiger Woods (the real Tiger Woods) yesterday:

Xmas tradition that my kids love. Mac Daddy Santa is back! –TW


Gay Santas 2016

December 16, 2016

(References to male bodies and man-man sex.)

Another chapter in the annual celebration of cultural, as opposed to religious, Christmas — a set of customs and practices that includes, among other things (in the U.S.),  Christmas trees, mistletoe, eggnog, Christmas cards, Christmas presents, garlands, Christmas cookies, fruitcake, sentimental reverence for snow, gingerbread, roast turkey (or duck or goose), Christmas songs, Christmas ham, secret Santas, colored lights, red and green everything, candy canes, television shows, a zillion Christmas movies (more appearing every year), wreaths, and of course human Santa Clauses: soliciting charitable contributions on the street, taking gift lists from children in malls and stores, and handing out gifts at children’s parties.

Plus gay Santa Claus images, some of them of men just posing in Santa drag with a homoerotic subtext, many of them behaving flamboyantly gaily: cavorting with the three gay reindeer (Dancer, Prancer, and Vixen, but especially Prancer), exposing themselves in public, molesting handsome young men, and kissing Daddy under the mistletoe (or more flagrantly, performing acts of enthusiastic m2m sex with him under the Christmas tree).

From the stupendous array of gay Santa goodies available, I’ve chosen only five this year: all but one found on Tumblr; three photos of men in costume, two drawings; all with beards; none of them X-rated (despite a rich lode of phallically explicit images to choose from), but one just barely not; all but one showing Santa with his characteristic cap; and several combining the gay Santa theme with a gay geek or nerd theme.


Crotch news bulletins

December 14, 2016

Two news items about men’s junk: a Guardian story about the mammalian penis bone, and its lack in human beings; and an ad for a new line of quirky men’s underwear, the Eletrunks (“Now you can adjust your manhood discreetly”).


Ex ūnō plūrēs

December 5, 2016

(From my back files, a Daily Jocks sex-drenched N2N ad from June 21st, with my caption. Negligible linguistics.)


Studio Groove
Briefs in Coral,
He thought

The briefs
Multiplexed him

Then he was
Two … four … eight!,
Intoxicatingly manifold

Multiply alone,
Longing for
Hot boys in
Neon pink



Le calendrier des agriculteurs

December 4, 2016

(About art photography and men’s bodies.)

With an alert from Michael Palmer on Facebook, the latest of Fred Goudon’s calendars:



Rising in the morning

November 25, 2016

I awoke this morning to an overwhelming swell of orchestra and chorus, in what I recognized immediately as the very ending (in the 5th movement) of Mahler’s Symphony No. 2, the Resurrection Symphony (performed by Otto Klemperer and the Philharmonia Symphony and Chorus). Time to arise!

You can watch, here, a performance by Leonard Bernstein and the London Philharmonic of the last bit of the 5th movement. A still of Lenny’s berserker conducting:



The superb object of his attention

November 17, 2016

(Hunky guy in underwear, somewhat suggestive caption, nothing to frighten the horses. But in case this isn’t what you want to see …)

The Daily Jocks ad from the 14th, with a caption added by me:

By himself in the
Darkened rainbow
Sex room,
Cromo reflected on the
Secret of his
Crotch, found it was a
Flash piece of
Top-notch meat.


Lukas is back!

November 13, 2016

(Underwear and raunchy innuendo, with a jock harness bonus, and some language stuff, but, yes, men’s bodies, so not to everyone’s tastes.)

The latest Daily Jocks offering, with my caption:


Lukas and the Back Alley Boys
Return this week for a
Short engagement,
Featuring old favorites
— “Butt Up, Baby”, and
Fresh stuff
— “Pullin’ My Pants Down For You”,
Soon to be released on their
Ballsy new album
Silly Love Songs


Pump it up

November 11, 2016

Today’s Daily Jocks ad (for Pump! underwear), with my caption:

Once fully inflated, the
Figure needed foot weights for
Stability, then was disposed as an
Adornment for the trophy room,

Inspiration for the men on the team.

In a penguin suit

November 8, 2016

Today’s Mother Goose and Grimm:

A penguin selecting a wardrobe, from five identical choices. The giggle is that the black and white appearance of the penguin is actually a suit that it puts on. From Wikipedia:

Black tie, sometimes known by its French name cravate noir, is a semi-formal dress code for evening events and social functions derived from British and American costume conventions of the 19th century. Traditionally worn only for events after 7 p.m., black tie is less formal than white tie but more formal than informal or business dress. In the United States, the gentlemen’s form of black tie attire is often referred to as a tuxedo.

And in slang, as a penguin suit.