They come from all walks of celebdom: the reality stars, the comedians, the rugby players, the soccer stars. And what do these men have in common? A proclivity towards nudity, and a knack for having said nudity captured forever in the form of recorded webcam sessions and selfies.
Some are exhibitionists. Some were catfished. Most are exhibitionists who said they were catfished.
But who are these wiggly men, and what makes them tick? Well, let’s take a look… there’s a lot to unpack here.
So is X-Factor contest Sam Callahan (pictured, right), who apologized back in October about the raft of seriously graphic GIFs that materialized online.
Meanwhile, nobody seems to think an apology is necessary. Quite the contrary.
Nor is anyone terribly upset to have seen British comedian Joel Dommett (pictured, right) in the flesh, either.
Next, a testosterone-addled triptych of sports stars shook us to our very cores with their very own photo scandals.
First, former rugby player/activist Ben Cohen displayed his wares for all the world to see. Then, Olympic gymnast Louis Smith was caught indulging in some strident pleasure in front of his webcam. Then a Colombian soccer star named Andres Correa had his private selfies suddenly showcased to the world. As you can see, it’s a leak of the highest order.
And while we’re on the subject of athletes taking off their clothes, we should probably remind you of beefy Argentinean rugby player Andres Enrique, who let it all hang out in a cachet of photos. And fellow Argentinian rugby star Juan Ignacio didn’t want to be excluded from the fun, and so here are all of his sexy pics.
Should we go on? Because we can. We can lead you to a photo of former America’s Next Top Model contestant Dustin McNeer spilling out of his underwear. Or perhaps it’s Ex on the Beach‘s Brandon Myers who tickles your fancy. (If so, there’s any number of places to see his talent — like here, here, and here.)
We’ll leave you to ponder the physique of Gus Kenworthy’s boyfriend Matt Wilkas, the Gayby actor who’s evidently quite comfortable in his own skin. No one who views Wilkas’s pics is likely to complain, as you can see here.
Let’s hope Wilkas — and all these other brave men — are paving the way towards a bright future in which male celebrities take their publicity photos totally unfettered by clothing. And let us hope Mike Pence is not among them.