Out Magazine Ready to Rock. We’re Ready to Wank.

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We thanked our lucky stars when these pics from Out Magazine‘s October issue arrived in our inbox. And, we’re pretty sure you will, too. Dubbed “The 70s Issue,” the edition looks back to a seemingly simpler time before AIDS, before gays sold-out, and sex ruled the world. Sounds good to us.
Staged on an imagined porn set by photographer Dah Len and styled by Sam Spector, “Rock Steady” may be the hottest, raunchiest photo spread the fag-rag has ever done. [Rumor has it the ad department nearly had a coronary when the pics were unveiled.] And, in a welcome move, the spread even includes women. Yes, we said it: women. Women with big ol’ boobies and long, pink nails. Sounds like porn material to us.
With this shoot, it seems the mag may be hitting a new stride. And we have a feeling you’ll be doing a little stride on yourself after the jump.

The new issue hits stands in mid-September. Until then, check out more at Out‘s website.

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7 Comments

  • RSL

    Is that ANTM’s Mollie Sue in the fourth pic?

  • Johnny

    LOVING the Al Parker dude in the corduroy! That photo of him staring at those zebra print bikinis is smoking hot.

  • RJ

    I think it is Mollie Sue. All I could find online was that she signed with Elite models.

  • sonny

    Yep, that’s definitely Mollie Sue! Glad to see she’s using her lesbo look to get some work! More than I can say for most of the girls from that show. :)

  • nuflux

    Uh, men in the 70’s had BODY FUCKING HAIR. Jesus, our whole concept of sex appeal is so sterile at this point, we can’t even get RETRO right.

  • honey child

    I’m so so tired of this photoshoped-to-death look that permeates almost every single fashion spread these days. Remember that dreadful “air-brush” look from the 80s that made everything so shallow/superficial/vapid in retrospect? This, I’m afraid, is the digital equivalent, and we will grow to regret/loathe it.

  • Johnny

    Uh, retro influence doesn’t mean the same thing as a recreation of a past style. This is an ode to the ’70s, not a reprint of ’70s photos. Jesus, does the snark impulse destroy all your fun?

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