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The Art Of The Bromance, As Told Through Homoerotic Modern Dance

Screen Shot 2015-02-24 at 1.07.00 PMThere’s been a lot of chatter about bromances lately. In fact, more straight guys than ever are not afraid of letting their same-sex affections be known. And it’s pretty cute.

Here’s a new video celebrating the art of the bromance that we found equal parts attractive and endearing — three very agile guys exploring love, support and trust all through the art of — what else?! — modern dance.

This is one club sandwich we wouldn’t mind being the lettuce in.

Enjoy:

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24 Comments

  • Josh447

    Tres excellante.

  • Xzamilio

    Love it.

  • Tedio

    Beautiful and touching.

  • Kieran

    Don’t hold your breath waiting for these dudes to get an invite to any day time talk shows. They don’t fit the gay stereotype at all. Not enough prancing, preening and sashaying. This kind of masculine homoerotica is far too threatening to mainstream American audiences. Fux with straight heads.

  • jwtraveler

    Hot men. Nice dance. When did friendship become “bromance”?

  • artdance

    for the ultimate Male friendship modern dance look at Concerto 622 by Lar Lubovitch. “Bromance” (???) whatever

  • artdance

    oops- forgot to say look on you tube to find duet from Concerto 622

  • sfbeast

    Really quite beautiful. The athletics are amazing.

  • Low Country Boy

    I used to be able to move like that . . . NEVER! I wish I were in that kind of shape.

  • Alan down in Florida

    @Kieran: And where did we learn these three are gay and not just very talented straight men dancing the very masculine choreography?

  • spiffy

    Why was the meaning of the hand pressing on the big guy’s head at 0:18? I kept waiting for some kind of reference to happen but it never did.

  • jar

    @artdance: Good reference, but I’m not sure it was intended to depict male friendship. It was a paean to the loss from AIDS. I believe it was created in 1986 (give or take a year). There are many male pas de deux, many of which depict friendships, but unfortunately I can’t recall any off the top of my head except perhaps the work of Win Vandekeybus.

  • artdance

    @jar: saw duet Concerto 622 several years ago , the program note by the choreographer (?) said something about the dignity with which friends helped friends to die during the height of the AIDS crisis . I think the dance was somewhat radical in the mid 80’s .

  • jasentylar

    This is easily the gayest thing I’ve seen all day and I can safely say that after watching an hour of Sean Cody/Corbin Fisher vids.

  • Sammy Schlipshit

    What a treat. Great dance and dancers.
    Terrific combination of skills and talent…gymnastics, choreography and locations.

    My big surprise was seeing it was created by the outstanding photographer Bertil Nilsson. I own two of his prints.
    Check out his site….. http://www.bertil.uk/naturally

    This video linked below is nowhere near as talented, well crafted nor produced but it was pretty cool anyway. Before you watch….it’s a parody seemingly done in San Francisco.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-7bJnTIcUEg

    Whatever the reason or skill set, I am thrilled to see any positive expressions between males. Far too lacking in our culture.

  • Mark Reimer

    That’s 3 minutes of my life I’ll never get back.

  • Donald J. Sullivan

    Victor Otero, Kenneth Robin, Micc Tan, & Philip Bisnon

  • Victor Otero

    What a gorgeous kitchen!

  • Craig Shapiro

    Bromyster, Bromoselzter . . .

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