J. Phoenix by Mark Grantham
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Saturday, January 19, 2013
With the holidays over, Dylan Rosser and The Male Form have many ways to keep you cheerful, with the class and style for which they are famous.
New Year’s Day came with the addition of two brand new sets from guest photographer Ian Fraser, using two unbelievable stunners, JJ and Joshua. These can be found exclusively on TheMaleForm.net. For those unfamiliar with Ian’s work he is a UK-based photographer with over 20 years experience, a great addition to the site.
But that is hardly it for the month! From the lens of Murray! comes a shoot with Cameron (below) and one from Dylan Rosser himself with Donato (shown above), a sexy new porn star from Madrid you will want to discover immediately.
Below: Cameron by Murry!
And don’t forget that besides the tasteful full frontal photography, TheMaleForm.net has constantly updating hardcore content from Lucas Entertainment, CitiBoyz, and BelAmi.
There's one other birthday I wanted to recognize today. I have profild model J. Phoenix several times before on FH and given today is his 3.ZERO, what better time to post some of these new images from photographer Mark Grantham, as well as a few old favorites of my own. J's body has never looked better and his work with Mark is always incredible!
'Last month he and I got together for our 18th creative exploration. He has grown tremendously over the 5 years we've been collaborating; while he always "had it going," today he is at the top of his game; fitter than ever before and really working it! I consider myself very lucky to call him a dear friend, in addition to a muse.'
J. Phoenix On ModelMayhem
Check out my post on J. last year featuring images by both Mark and Mike Tossy HERE:
'J built the beautiful deck and bench he is modeling in front of in this series, part of a larger yard construction and renovation he is doing this winter.'
Preview and check out more of Mark's with J on Blurb HERE:
I am not exactly sure why but after catching an episode last fall, I have been DVR'ing ABC's Malibu Country. The show is not especially well written nor at all original. It is fact almost a replica of Reba McEntire's first sit-com Reba, including a recently divorced Reba as a single mom with a wacky neighbour and annoyingly cast teenage daughter. There are three things however that set this show apart.
First off, the comfort factor. Malibu Country reminds me of the sit-coms on TGIF I watched as a teen. Predictable, but family oriented story lines that were enjoyable and never required too much brain power. The actors, including McEntire, Rue and Lily Tomlin are all known and although Tomlin hams it up a bit too much, all usually deliver.
Secondly, the show full of odd, but interesting contrasts. A 2013 family sit-com laced with current themes set in 1984 format for situation comedies. Tomlin's weed smoking grandma, Jai Rodriguez as Reba's gay friend. The show is filmed with a nostalgic, if outdated, feel, almost like if on The Brady Bunch, Alice rolled her own joints and Peter kissed girls but insisted he was not straight. Hudson Thames plays the boy next door who may or may not be gay. I have met a few guys like Thames character and hope the show does not take the easy way out and either keeps him gay or leaves his sexuality ambiguous for a long while.
The third reason is easier to pin point, and that is actor Justin Prentice. To me, Justin simply exudes a sexual energy, hard to explain, but easy to see when you watch him. It is in the way he walks, moves and stands and how you just know that body must be so hot under the clothes he insists on always wearing to cover it.
Prentice doesn't have to fake his country look or accent, he is a Nashville native who besides acting, loves music and sports. Since moving to California, Justin has appeared on Criminal Minds, The Middle, Melissa & Joey and iCarly and the movie Me Again.