There's a new hunk in town with zero body fat named Andrew Cooper and he's being objectified by Diet Coke in its new television commercial, featuring a lot of women giggling and ogling this young stud as he removes his shirt. I don't usually plug commercials on this blog unless it's for an underwear manufacturer but I'll make the exception for Diet Coke, which I drink all the time. I only wish its marketing department created a special version of the ad for gay men. We do drink diet soda, too, ya' know!
Thursday, February 28, 2013
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
It's no surprise to anyone who regularly reads my blog that I'm an enormous fan of Broadway Bares. I know of no better way to contribute to a worthy cause such as providing aide to those suffering from the effects of HIV/Aids by paying to watch the hottest dancers on Broadway take off all their clothing. As such I frequently upload videos and photos on the naturalcityman blog and on my YouTube account that I shot at various Broadway Bares events, all of them displaying an abundant amount of male nudity. Recently I received an e-mail through my YouTube account from one of the performers in one of the recent videos I posted, asking me to delete the video from YouTube for fear that his family would not be comfortable with its contents. I, of course, immediately complied with this request, since it is not my intention to embarrass or make anyone feel uncomfortable about any video I may post from an event organized by my favorite charity. Nor do I unwittingly wish to discourage any performer from appearing in Broadway Bares out of fear that they may be outed by me via YouTube. (Please note that the pictures posted in this feature to illustrate this article do not contain an image of the performer in question.)
It did lead me to wonder however just what level of privacy one may reasonable expect, if one chooses to participate in an event in which one dances practically nude for most of the evening, surrounded by amateur and professional photographers and videographers recording the event. Surely it had to occur to this same performer who was objected to the YouTube video that his naked butt was going to appear on the web and be readily available to anyone who knows how to Google his name! It's become a fact of these Facebook/Twitter times, some might even say a sad fact, that in this day and age virtually nothing is private anymore. I've certainly shared nude photos of myself on this blog and often wonder where they will turn up but to expect that they would not be copied or reprinted elsewhere is probably not a reasonable expectation. I only ask in fact that my photos not be used in a disrespectful context or to advertise a product. If they fuel anyone's wet dreams, that's a constructive purpose of which I can approve.
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
I found this really strange video of Rugby hottie Thom Evans in which he strips down to his clingy briefs. The video has something to do with Christmas but I really can't determine what it's about. Nor am I complaining: anytime you can see Thom Evans flash that cute smile while taking his clothing off is something to cherish!
Monday, February 25, 2013
If you looked hard enough last night during the Oscars telecast, you could see Charlie Williams, dancing behind Daniel Radcliffe for a minute or so. He had much better exposure during Broadway Bares 20: Strip-opoly, the highlight of which was Charlie Williams' strip-tease to Lady Gaga's Ring My Bell. Dressed as a bellboy, Charlie's strip is accomplished with the help of several drag queens who remove his uniform until he has only a washcloth to cover his privates. I fondly remember Charlie gyrating right over my head, since I luckily was standing at the edge of the Roseland runway. I had a bird's eye view of his luscious ass, a sight I will never forget.
The very first time Charlie Williams caught my attention, he was appearing in the dance ensemble of the Broadway show Memphis. It was the night of the Mr. Broadway competition in 2010 at the Symphony Space on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, an annual charity event benefiting the Ali Forney Center for homeless LGBT youth and Charlie was competing with four other Broadway dancers for the title of Mr. Broadway. He was amazing first rapping, then dancing to "The Main Event" in a originally choreographed, quasi-ballet jazz dance. When he entered in the swimsuit competition wearing a clingy Aussiebum speedo-style bathing suit, I knew he had the competition sowed up, his smile being every bit as cute as his amazing butt! I shot the video below the night of the competition. Enjoy!
Sunday, February 24, 2013
Of all the Harlem Shake Dance videos that are currently going viral on YouTube, this one is clearly the best. It was also deleted within a day due to the abundant bouncing buns and swinging dicks on the Naked Rugby Team featured in the video.