Saturday, January 31, 2009
Friday, January 30, 2009
A perfect example of how the right clothes can make a person seem more naked than no clothes at all.
Thursday, January 29, 2009
By now I'm sure you know that twinkster Aaron Johnson is an up-and-coming teen actor from England, future John Lennon impersonator, and star of the highly anticipated superhero extravaganza Kick-Ass. Sexy Aaron is certainly not a shy boy, and once again we find him hanging with his homeboys (and grrrls) and posing bare-chested for the cameras. Do you suppose he shows up for these events shirtless or does he disrobe after he arrives? Vera's Big Gay Blog would like to go on record as encouraging more of this kind of behavior in the future. Keep it up, Aaron! But minus the cigarette.
Wednesday, January 28, 2009
Note to model: You are sexy, honey, but a tattoo saying so smacks of desperation.
Tuesday, January 27, 2009
Monday, January 26, 2009
Remember Ben Mills, popular teenage model and, in my opinion, unconventional hotty? Seems to me that he is getting handsomer as he ages, but nobody looks their best in Ziggy Stardust inspired jumpsuits. Nobody. And that includes David Bowie.
Thursday, January 22, 2009
Monday, January 19, 2009
Sunday, January 18, 2009
One of the wonders of the internet is that it has caused young men (and for all I know, young women) around the globe to believe that it is in their best interests for the rest of the world to know what they look like in their underwear. This has lead young people everywhere to head to their nearest full-length mirrors, usually in their bathrooms, with their cheap digital cameras, to create the artifact known as the MySpace Self-Portrait. (I'm sure there are people who do this on Facebook and Bebo as well, but they aren't people I know. ) In honor of this trend, which I hope my younger readers (and my older readers for that matter) do not emulate, and with only the most prurient of interests in mind, I launch this new occasional series. Do enjoy.
Wednesday, January 14, 2009
I'm looking at the cover of a book and this painting by Agnolo Bronzino is on the cover. So I'm thinking, "Gosh, he's kind of hot!" and "Gee, I wonder if he's gay. He looks gay." Also: "It looks like he's a reader. That's always a good sign." And: " Well of course this is a painting. He might not look like that at all." And then it occurs to me that this guy has been dead for about five hundred years, and I feel bad about it.