628 posts categorized "AD MEN"

Aug 29 2014
Midnight Snack Comments (0)

Calvin-Klein-underwear-model-shirtless-nips

 
Aug 28 2014
#TBT: Gay TV Ads Comments (0)

Splash

Check out these vintage 1995 gay TV ads, including one for the late, great Splash (with jarring sequence showing a closeted married man kissing his smoking wife and infant baby good-bye before heading out to the bar!), Genre Magazine (“no wishy-washy writing here!” was the 1995 version of masc only), Pacific Pride Gay & Lesbian Business Expo, Party of Life V, To Wong Foo, HX Magazine, L'Allegria Restaurant at 44th and 9th, Penguin Hotel of South Miami Beach and the much-missed Florent...

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Aug 21 2014
Your Nightly Briefing Comments (0)

Underwear

This Addicted undies ad is pretty out-there. Or, in-and-out-there. (Work Unfriendly)

 
Aug 17 2014
Signs Of The Times Comments (0)

Looking-for-a-girlfriend

Good luck with that, especially when you're plastering notices all over Hell's Kitchen. Are women even allowed on Ninth Avenue in the 40s?

 
Ad Men Comments (0)

Shirtless-muscle-skin-ad

Here's a seductive ad from the '80s. Woof!

 
Aug 16 2014
Ad Men: Retro Channing Tatum Comments (0)

Channing-Tatum-ad

Damn, young Channing Tatum must've been eating air and hope to be that thin when he was young!

 
Aug 15 2014
A Little Zac-tion!: Plus, Sign Up For Mr. Man For A Quick Buck Comments (0)

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If you're thinking you'd like access to hot, naked male celebs, you're in luck: I've got this special deal for you if you sign up for Mr. Man. Just click below:

And if you're a Zac Efron fan, keep reading for more shirtless shots...

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Aug 11 2014
RuPaul Will Place Your Product Anywhere You Need It Placed, Okay? Comments (0)

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RuPaul's latest cover is for Adweek (August 11—24, 2014). Inside, he reveals his favorite TV commercial and talks about product placement, which RuPaul's Drag Race does better than any other show, IMHO.

On how to succees in (show) business, RuPaul advocates really trying:

“Know thyself. Never try to be something you're not, because the audience is looking for authenticity, and they're looking for someone who understands their own energy.”

And yes, kids, you can be authentic while being a man dressed up as a woman.