This will be my last Celeb-bait boys, I thank those of you who kept returning here. This blog has been a little experiment for me and it didn't end the way I wanted it too.
I hate the stigmatisation of sexuality with a comic-book-style veracity that superheroes reserve for their arch nemesis. I think telling people what they can or can't wear, how they can or can't behave, and whether they can or can't look at other human beings as a normal part of their sexuality, is damaging to the human spirit in ways that we can't quantify. Gender equality is also close to my heart and I really wanted to make sure that if I presented articles on beautiful women, that I did the same on beautiful men.
This blog was meant to, in some small way, fight sexual stigmatisation and to make it acceptable to objectify equally...
...but I don't think I'm very good at promoting the lads.
I appreciate a good looking human being, even if they're a guy. I say that from the standpoint of someone who's a hetro male, but who's happy to tap their girlfriend on the shoulder and go "woh, check out that guys arms - whatcha think?" or "Seriously, that guy has amazing eyes - I wish I had eyes like that..." without feeling awkward or wierd, but that's how I was raised.
You see my parents taught me that the most beautiful thing of all, the most amazing thing this world has to offer, are people. I remember sitting on a bench by the beach with my family, over and over again, just watching people pass and my family pointing out individuals that they thought were exceptional and why. It became a game, the beautiful people game. It was something that made me smile and I wanted to share that feeling.
Unfortunately a series of things have come to a head. For a start, it's very hard to find good pics and stories about guys. When I go through celebrity blogs in my mornings, I normally have 20-30 quality photoshoots/stories on women to choose between, but struggle to find 3 of similar quality that feature men. Add to this the fact that eBlogger is changing it's rules on what content is allowed in it's blogs, meaning that a lot of what happens on this site will get banned (Nice work conservatives! "Family friendly" fear-of-the-human-body wins again!). I could move everything to Tumblr but this blog doesn't get anywhere near the hits that my other blogs do, so regretfully, I'm letting it go.
I hope some of the things here made you smile in appreciation of the male form and that you all continue do one thing for me-
Enjoy the beautiful people, people.
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