Nothing gets some guys going like the sight and scent of a man's armpits, something of a secret delight for many a gay man. Although this post can't offer the scent or tactile sensation, the photos chosen should be more than enough to rev one's engines ...
This photo is from the 2003 movie Testosterone, starring former Calvin Klein underwear model Antonio Sabato, Jr., who played a gay Argentinian with a mysterious past. The scene pictured here shows his lover, Dean (played by Daniel Sutcliffe), waking up in their LA home.
This photo of quarterback Matt Leinart comes from a People Magazine cover story about sexy athletes (Summer of 2006). He's best known for winning the 2004 Heisman Trophy and leading the Trojans of USC to the BCS Championship. His NFL career never quite took off, but he's still on the roster of the Raiders.
This beautiful cover is from a very early issue (circa 1993) of the defunct HX Magazine, before color was introduced.
I've always found actor Eric Balfour very sexy. He first came to my attention as the boyfriend of Lauren Ambrose's character in the first few seasons of Six Feet Under. He's done a lot of TV, and some movies, but has never broken out in a big way.
This stunning photo of actor Mark Ruffalo, in a pose suggesting post-coital bliss, is from an issue of the Advocate. In the accompanying interview, Ruffalo was asked about the appeal of his furry chest to gay men but, as so often is the case, no mention was made of his hairy pits. No matter, we got this hot shot (perhaps the photographer was a connoisseur).
Every now and then Sports Illustrated throws a bone to its gay readership.
Another in a long line of Abercrombie & Fitch cock teases ...
With Rafael Nadal getting all of the attention, I was unaware of another Spanish tennis star, Fernando Verdasco. But leave it to Calvin Klein to discover, and undress, him. As the title of the Robert Palmer song says, "I didn't mean to turn you on" ...
This photo is from Matthew Bourne's all-male version of Swan Lake that made it to Broadway in the autumn of 1998 during its international tour.
If, for some reason, you find yourself watching a basketball game on TV, there's always the hope of ogling an armpit during a foul shot. However, all too often, the camera pulls away to follow the arc of the ball as it goes towards the hoop. For all of those dashed hopes, GQ offered this shot of NBA superstar Kobe Bryant's multi-million dollar pit hair.
This pair of lust-inspiring pits are courtesy of the Undergear catalog.
What adds to the appeal of this cover shot from 4 years ago is the hint of pit hair peaking out from Taylor Lautner's soaked t-shirt ...
Finally, when this angel fell from heaven, he landed in a bathtub (the photo appeared in a 2006 issue of MetroSource Magazine).
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