Underground Gay Male Art

Similar to Etienne, Greasetank, Hasegawa and Tagame. What you can expect at this website are erotic stylized masculine men with high sexual energy. You will see men in peril and danger unable to save themselves. Images and stories at this website emphasize the masculine man type of looks and behaviors.

You will see men here who display defined muscles and bodies as do actual men out there who are in top-notch physical shape and good health. Such traits are among the top most desirable attributes recognized internationally as identifying masculine or manly men. Such men are known to be desirable because of their manliness. One word that captures all of this is macho.

Throughout all of human civilization across multiple languages and cultures several core themes spelled out on this website appear consistently in storytelling and in art indicating a certain thinking of macho men happens quite frequently. See similar sites.

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