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  • terrwill

    Those pics left too long in the photoshop oven……..Dudes gots zero sex appeal………

  • David in Houston

    I was going to say the exact same thing… zero sex appeal. He’s got a really nice physique, but that’s where it ends.

  • james p. p.

    Yes… way too photoshopped. I’m going to need to see these pictures in the raw… the hot, steaming, gorgeous, raw….

    Preferably it would help if I saw the model in person, actually…. just for comparison’s sake of course….

  • zenflo

    I like men to look like actual human beings who, the last time I checked, have skin pores and hair follicles.

    These are just cartoons. Thank God for Flickr.

  • AlwaysGay

    Picture 5 is sexy no matter what.

  • BK

    Number 5 is *bug eyes* woah.

  • Gareth

    Is this guy gay like the majority in broadway seem to be???

  • James

    His body is way too studied. To me a chiseled stomach looks like a klingon forehead. I prefer a natural looking physique. And natural does not mean out of shape. has the kind of HOT guys with naturally fit bods that I find HOT.

  • hephaestion

    Funny how people seem to feel the need to insult photos. You can’t do anything these days without someone insulting you. No good deed goes unpunished & no act of creativity goes un-insulted.

  • alan brickman

    Lots of jealous loser attitude on here today…..

  • ChicagoJimmy

    Pores? Hair follicles? Really? Some of you are studying these much too hard, or looking at them at much too high a resolution. I’m sure those who had something negative to say clicked through them all though.

  • meowza

    are they all pics of the same guy? i didn’t realise broadway guys have hot bodies, lol…hot body, but no sex appeal.

  • Thanks Alan

    Seriously, guys. I’m sometimes ashamed to be gay. Do you know what Broadway Bares is? Get the hell over yourselves.

    Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS is the theatre community’s response to the AIDS crisis. By drawing upon the talents, resources and generosity of the theatre community, on Broadway, Off-Broadway and across the country, BC/EFA raises funds for AIDS-related causes across the United States. Since its founding in 1988, BC/EFA has raised over $140 million for critically needed services for people with AIDS, HIV, or HIV-related illnesses.

  • Creativeguru


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