When putting together my February 12th birthday post, I was reminded of my history with actor Jesse Spencer. Full disclosure, I have never seen a full episode of Chicago Fire. I have also never seen an episode of House, but it is on my 'to binge' at some point list. The first time I saw actor Jesse Spencer on film was in the 2003 Australian film Swimming Upstream. That wasn't when my crush on the blonde Aussie began however...
Although I had also never caught an episode of Neighbours, through message boards on the male form, I caught my first glimpse of Jesse through many scenes of Jesse from the show. Jesse was a favorite, and there were many video clips and images of Jesse from the series posted. It was lust at first sight, especially since many of the scenes included Jesse in a speedo.
The scene below was one of the first that I saw, and although the quality is poor, I am sure you can see why it was so memorable.
Jesse and his Neighbours co-stars doing The Full Monty. Check out the (not great quality) video on Youtube HERE:
'Taking it all off feels very natural to me, and I actually feel more self-conscious being photographed with my clothes on. I suppose I have no shame about my body, but also I don’t see my nudity as something which is necessarily sexual, that’s an association our culture teaches us.'
I usually like to explore the man behind the images and wouldn't be comfortable describing any 'body' as a piece of meat. Unless of course... they are the featured model in the next issue of Meatzine!. Model WillOh, who I introduced FH readers to earlier this year, (Unmasked / Unabashed) is on the cover the current issue of the on-line magazine which is available now. WillOh was shot for Meat, by publisher and photographer Adrian Lourie. 'If you’re a fan of hot guys, underpants, hairy chests, high tops, tube socks, vests, shorts or beards, meat is a for you.'