Wow, some nice nude exercise!What an impressive physique in photo 1. My goodness! So muscular and dynamic. And of course, I love love your beautiful hard cock. So wonderful to have that as a part of the overall scene. So hard, a nice upward curve, beautiful tip, firm balls. I love the muscular look of your legs, too.Photo 2 gives such a great view of your entire body. So long and slender. Your hard cock is really exciting in this shot – very hard, defying gravity pointing upward.I really like photo 5, too. Fantastic body, absolutely lovely cock, very cute expression. Wonderful.I hope you don't mind that my reaction to your beautiful photos is on both an artistic and a sexual level. Both aspects appeal to me very much. How wonderful to appreciate the beauty, and at the same time feel sexual stimulation as well. Years ago I would never had gotten an erection looking at nude pics of a male, but you've helped to broaden my perspective to appreciate the beauty of the human body, without an issue about which sex is involved. Thanks, as always.
Glad you like the photos! I can tell you that I am as pleased and impressed with the results of my exercise as anybody!No, I don't mind that your reaction is both artistic and sexual - that's kind of the point! -_^ I like that you have an artistic appreciation for my art, because I've always wanted to be appreciated on a deeper level than just the sexual. But at the same time, I've always been turned off by the stuffy attitudes of people who think that there's something wrong with having a sexual reaction to an image, and that that makes it not art.I can honestly say that it wasn't on my agenda to use my feminine wiles (lol) to get men to warm up to male nudes (although it's probably happened more than once), though in hindsight I consider that to be a good thing. It's just been one long adventure, and I've been learning along the way as much as any of my fans.It's also been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life, and I look forward to seeing where it takes me in the future - hopefully to a little more notoriety. Call me ambitious, but it's always been my dream to revolutionize the way people see the world. If I can help to expand one person's mind, then surely I can help to expand others.
I wouldn't say that was too ambitious. A little cocky, maybe, if you know what I mean, lol.Seriously, though, I hope you pursue your dreams to influence society. I think you can do it! Your talent for writing really is incredible, as is your talent for artistic photography, so I hope someday soon you'll put together a book proposal, find a literary agent, and get your point of view published. I think it's a very attainable goal.Just a thought on photo 1. I've looked at it many times over the last couple days times, and I love your strong masculine look, along with your lovely, long blonde hair. This picture makes me think of you as Samson, with his long hair and intense virility. Nice photo! Go get 'em.
In terms of getting recognition, I think I'm my own worst enemy. Not to get all psychoanalytic, but I'm highly sensitive, and my anxiety leads me to avoid opportunities where people might have a chance to be exposed to what I can do (for fear of rejection).And while I believe it comes primarily from a desire to be radically honest and radically expressive, I sometimes wonder if some of my interests (e.g., nudism, erotic art, gender-bending) serve as an excuse for me to remain insulated from the mainstream social order.It's hard to get fine art establishments to recognize you, for example, when you refuse to pay lip service to the industry standard of debasing sexually explicit images as pornography... (And it's hard to get literary establishments to recognize you when you insist on illustrating your writing with said "pornography")...