Took me more than a dozen years to get hair south of my upper lip, and I've always treasured it. Naturally big pubic bush or tiny,
untrimmed backdrop for the vital appendages, that makes a man look like a man, not someone trying to make their dick look
bigger and not someone trying to deny having been through puberty and hoping to be taken for a girl. If you got it, flaunt it. And
if you don't got it, relish what you do have.
But that's just me, I suppose. I didn't use to like a beard on a man either, but now scruff is almost universal, and grownups, sometimes
called adults, who have arrived at their full proportions, actual manly men who are not trying to pass themselves off as twinks, are
more and more attractive to me. Colby Jansen, Tommy Defendi, come on down! Show us what you do best so we can imagine what your
partners feel like when they benefit from being with you.
Over at Huffpoo this week, a news aggravator site I call the Clickbait Gazette for its persistent timewasting and contempt of the reader,
the head of their gay news department had an article on the buttcrack of singer Nick Jonas as shown in an interesting photo of the
very gay-friendly man with psychedelic abs. Noah Michelson says,
"I would like to at least raise the question of why hairlessness is the preference for so many of us and address the stigma that often comes with being hairy. And let's face it: Jonas isn't exactly hirsute, but I believe there is something radical about that patch of hair -- however small, however innocent -- climbing out of his jeans in the pages of Flaunt. And I think it's worth pointing out and talking about, because this is how our culture begins to change -- one image at a time -- and because I want to celebrate progress -- however modest -- wherever I find it, even (especially?) if it's in Nick Jonas' hairy ass crack."
There is a light, natural dusting at the top of the crevice and fine, light feathering of fuzz at bottom of the spine, as shown in the photo.
That article, at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/noah-michelson/why-isnt-anyone-talking-a_b_5941380.html
also links to a very interesting
interview with Flaunt magazine, never previously heard of by me:http://flaunt.com/?utm_source=Nick+Jonas+Cover+Feature&utm_campaign=Nick+Jonas+Press+Release&utm_medium=email
It contains an interview and lots of very high quality studies of a body that could comprise the syllabus for a college course certain to
After you oogle the man, what do you think? Is that a sexy look or do you want to bring a razor up to his room when you meet for
some private time?