4490 posts categorized "SHIRTLESS"

Oct 23 2014
Midnight Snack Comments (0)

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Oct 22 2014
Ends Of The World Comments (0)

Gay ass crack

 
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Mikey-Wax

Mikey Wax covers and mashes up Taylor Swift's “Shake It Off” and Meghan Trainor's “All About That Bass”, making the songs infinitely more bearable...

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Marked Up Comments (0)

Kingdom-tattoos

Via Entertainment Weekly (October 24, 2014): The men of Kingdom flaunt their tattoos, a sure way to convert even those of you who hate ink into fans.

 
Call Of The Wild Comments (0)

Gay-bears

Beware the Cougars and Bears is your new favorite Tumblr.

Cougars

 
Taking Pride Comments (0)
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Modus Vivendi is launching its 2015 campaign, featuring its Pride Line. Check out the gallery images above of Adam Phillips and Alex Cannon, shot by Gavin Harrison (with styling/assistance by Ant Tatton).

An especially choice photo is after the jump...

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Mighty Quinn Comments (0)

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As you know if you're a regular Boy Culture reader, Quinn Jaxon is one of my obsessions. I have to thank my pal Bob for pointing out this trailer (Work Unfriendly unless your boss is Michael Lucas) for an hour-long video of Quinn's totally unnecessary (like oxygen) nude shoots with James Spada.

I can't think of any naked model as gifted front and back, plus he's cute. He's not gay, not even for pay—but at least he's generous with his assets.

 
The Object Of His Affleck-tion Comments (0)
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Seriously sexy, seriously screwed up Shia LaBeouf as seen by Craig McDean for the new Interview. Inside, LaBeouf says Ben Affleck tried to tell him to keep his head on straight early on in his career:

“He knew that I had cameras in my face and that there were expectations to perform. I think that's always been my issue. I'm prone to theatrics in my life. When you're in front of a film crew, the worst thing that an actor can be is boring, and that flows over into my life. Ben saw that I turned reality up to 11. I was a wild man at that wrap party. I was still very edgy and remained so for a long time—and that was sort of my appeal to a lot of directors and casting agents. Ben saw that and was trying to curb it before it became an issue. He was unsuccessful.”