Wednesday, April 22, 2009


For your pleasure this week: One of the most stunning specimens of male beauty on current television, or on television period. This former star of a daytime soap designed to arouse your "Passions" is now starring in a prime-time drama on The CW that is a portrait of a super-hero as a young man. Actually, it's turned out to be the portrait of a number of super-heroes as young men, including a certain character played by the star depicted below, whose aim is always true and whose arrows are always green!

But I'll tell you something: when this star was on daytime TV, there was one thing about him that made him even hotter than he is now: HE DIDN'T SHAVE HIS CHEST! Imagine the superbly beautiful face and the exquisitely beautiful body posing at the pool below--with a growth of lush hair on those perfectly sculpted pecs! This is one of my great complaints about the beautiful men we see on the screen: Why, when nature has endowed them with perfect faces and forms, must they shave off what nature put on their chests? Chest hair on a guy like this is the piece de resistance, and should be kept for all to enjoy and desire! But they keep shaving it off. (I'm looking at you, Matthew Fox on Lost!)

Then again, gratifyingly, sometimes they grow it back. So perhaps there's hope. But for now, just look and imagine...

Saturday, April 11, 2009


Many of you probably watch one of TV's most popular series, which airs on Sunday evenings on "The Alphabet Network". Its hottest leading man plays a character sometimes described as "the sexiest plumber on TV"--which his real-life wife puts into perspective by pointing out that the character is "the ONLY plumber on TV". Nevertheless, millions of viewers tune in every week and feel positively "Desperate" to have a man as scorchingly beautiful and masculine to curl up with at night. With such a guy as this, you'd need never despair of being satisfied. Talk about a good man to have around the house!

Monday, April 6, 2009


Back during the holidays we saw my favorite All My Children hunk, Aiden Turner, in super-hero guise as "Iron Brit". Here he is again as just himself (although with his chest hair restored), and while he's not a super-hero this time, he is in fighting form. This piece is from one of my auctions. God save the Queen!