We, the Sow and Powerfem, are really lousy about updating this blog. You probably wouldn’t know from the our posts here, but we are both happily entangled with hunks of our own. (Oh yes, innuendo intended!) They know we have this blog, and they fully endorse it. I, Powerfem, have a small hope that I can post pics of my man sometime, but no promises. Meanwhile, I’ll just share some amazing photos from our favorite photographer Michael Stokes. I thought about having a theme for this post, but I’ll save that for later.
“Please, get me out of this painfull underwear”
Yep, partly dressed is VERY nice
Loving this pose. Very greek statue. So art. Much classy
This isn’t exactly our taste, bit too young, but we aim at diversity and catering different tastes
I love this intense but soft northern look
Rugged, and we love it
“oh, clothes are so bothersome.” Need help getting out of that?
Ever since I saw the movie Thelma & Louise the now so renowned actor/producer/director Brad Pitt was in my teenage head the epitome of male beauty. While Powerfem and I do recognize the many achievements of both his career and personal life, this blogpost is dedicated to Brad Pitt’s life time of being.. well… dead sexy!
From the early days…
To more recent years..
This is from a recent potoshoot for V magazine. Can you believe this guy is 52 years old??
And here is a picture from a scene in the movie Troy that always gives me the “shivers”…
All in all, the Powerfem and I agree that Brad Pitt is MOST deserving of a life time achievement award in the category “Sex on Two Legs.”
I’m writing this post to promote a favorite of mine, the amazing photos by Michael Stokes.
Now I admire the work of mr. Stoke for several reasons. Of course he takes mouth-watering photos of some really hot men, and he does it well. But one of the reasons I admire him is that one of his main projects is taking photos of veterans, both men and women, especially amputees. This is really great work and he captures their beauty, making the wounded veterans and their scars into work of art.