According to manscaper to the stars, Luis Payne, the “hairless, bumpy chicken skin look that overtook the industry for a while” is out. In, is waxing the famous, male body to create the illusion of muscular contour. Payne shared his super secret manscaping tips with The Hollywood Reporter:
“Removing hair from hip flexors helps make one’s body look narrower, while leaving a fuller ‘happy trail’ gives the appearance of abs…Don’t let chest hair creep up into your beard — it helps you look slimmer. But leave a little on the chest, especially if you lack pectoral definition — that gives the illusion of having a fuller chest …Having tightly groomed body hair allows the audience to see the definition that has been built in various parts of the torso, like on Ryan Gosling.”
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Gender stereotypes: let’s pretend, for a moment, that they exist for a reason, reason being that they are sometimes (sometimes) applicable. The largest analysis ever undertaken of words we use on Facebook, a socio-linguistic study published by researchers from the University of Pennsylvania and Cambridge University, produced “strong results” emerging from the analysis aligning with “past studies of gender.” It’s up to the individual to draw their own conclusion from what is presented in front of them, and that conclusion may very well be, “holy shit, we are all just horrible boilerplate human Internet stereotypes.” It’s really up to you. Check out the full image, after the jump … [Gawker] Keep reading »
Dear Joe Salter, AKA The Guy Who Ran An Entire Marathon Backward While Juggling,
Some of the qualities I most admire in a man are a sense of humor, cardiovascular health, and superb hand-eye coordination. Based on the fact that you recently completed Illinois’ Quad Cities Marathon while running backward and continuously juggling, I feel confident that you meet all of these standards. You might have missed out on a Guinness World Record due to a tragic technicality (certain parts of the race didn’t allow filming, so they can’t verify your feat), but you have endurance-juggled your way right into my heart. Care to meet me for a jog — backward or forward — sometime?
Last week, you met your new boyfriend whose beard doubles as a bowl. Now you can see him in action, demonstrating how he eats ramen noodles out of his beard. Because he was so popular with you all, I did sone some reconnaissance and got the deets. His real name is Isaiah Webb (but he goes by Incredibeard™) and he describes himself as a “simple bearded man from San Francisco.” If you like this video, you can watch others of Isaiah eating fast food out of his beard or using his face for a game of beer pong. Yes, you should definitely date this beard. [Buzzfeed]
I have lived with a male roommate (platonically) for almost a year now. And boy-oh-boy has it taught me a lot about boys. Most things I already knew, that they are generally messy, that they would rather pay you to do dishes than do it themselves, and that they hate watching Four Weddings marathons.
What I wasn’t prepared for, however, is how much boys have in common with girls. After much discussion with my friends, I have come up with a list of 8 ways this is true. Read more at College Candy…
What do we want? More pictures of Scott Eastwood! When do we want them? Now! Yesterday, Town & Country wisely released more images from their photoshoot with Clint Eastwood’s breathtakingly hunky 27-year-old son. Why isn’t this guy an Calvin Klein/Abercrombie + Fitch model? How can one man be so hot?
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The wage gap. Rape culture. Marriage equality. Racism. Violence against women and girls. Creepshots. Labor rights. So many important topics worthy of mainstream feminism’s attention today. Instead, the Munk Debates, a prominent debate society in Toronto, Canada, is holding a debate on whether or not men are obsolete. Keep reading »
This guy took weird facial hairstyles to a whole new universe with the Beard Bowl. Looking at this picture, I have to ask myself the question I always ask when faced with crazy facial hair: Would I date this beard? Yes, definitely. It would be so convenient to be able to eat breakfast, lunch and dinner off my boyfriend’s face without worrying too much about spilling. Also, I hate washing dishes. [Break]
The more Robert Pattinson speaks, the more I am convinced that he is The Boyfriend for me. This confounds my better judgement, because there are few things in the zeitgeist of the past ~5 years that I’ve enjoyed less than “Twilight,” but Robert Pattinson, the real Robert Pattinson, is a strange and wonderful being. He hates people and loves dogs! He would improve upon the “Twilight” sex scenes by adding a walrus! He also hates “Twilight”, maybe even more than we do!
In a new interview with Australia’s Sunday Style, the 27-year-old actor got really real, opening up about his anxiety and the insecurities that have defended him against the egotistical pitfalls of fame. “Up until [the moment I get out of the car to the event] I’m a nut case,” he told the publication. “Body dysmorphia, overall tremendous anxiety. I suppose it’s because of these tremendous insecurities that I never found a way to become egotistical. I don’t have a six-pack and I hate going to the gym. I’ve been like that my whole life. I never want to take my shirt off. I’d prefer to get drunk.” You and me both, Rob. He also confessed to being “quite sensitive” in relationships and thinking of himself as the best “gift giver.”
In all seriousness, though, what does it say about me that my ideal man is anxiety-ridden, insecure, very sensitive, and likes to drink? Probably nothing good. [Huffington Post]
Take a good look at this face. Recognize it? Talk about being a chip off the ol’ block. Stick a cigar in his mouth and Scott Eastwood is the spitting image of his dad Clint. Go ahead and make my day, Scott. I’d love to go for a ride in your Gran Torino. I’ll be your million dollar baby or your dirty harry, you just say which. Okay, enough with the Clint Eastwood movie puns. Scott, 27, is featured in the latest issue of Town & Country modeling watches or something, and tells the mag he wants to follow in his father’s footsteps (he’s already been in a few of his movies) as a “no bullshit leading man.” Um, yes please. [via Buzzfeed]
Hollywood is where nepotism thrives, especially for the sexy sons of the elite royalty. Kirk and Michael (Douglas). Martin and Charlie (Sheen). Donald and Kiefer (Sutherland). Clint and Scott (Eastwood). But who is among the next generation of celebrity spawn breaking into the biz and following in their famous kin’s footsteps? I’ve unearthed 11 other hotties with Hollywood blood worth watching…