Thursday, March 14, 2013

l'affranchi











jarrod scott photographed by sølve sundsbø & styled by beat bolliger for vogue hommes international, spring/summer 2013. hot. hot. hot. hot. hot. hot. holy shit. hot. 

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  1. nothing wrong with that in my opinion.....more please!

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  6. What a beautiful mans body - this is what should be celebrated not treated as though it is wrong. We have so much back to front

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  7. Amazing body - amazing photographs. Elegant and lovely to look at - nude or otherwise!

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  8. its not the face but its the hard work on his body that makes this model credible. i can see discipline and commitment to have this kind of abs. the photographer is genious.

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  10. I can't even imagine that this is an issue being debated. We see this literally dozens of times a day with women and it is accepted and revered as normal. Since this is a male body suddenly it is up for such debate? Who do they think all these women have been sleeping with to reproduce? He is beautiful and I am extremely happy to see he nudity being exploited in anyway....he is over 18! Lets see more of this.

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  11. Very disciplined Man, most definately with the
    reward of such a beatuiful well deserved body
    This man is a work of art from his head to his toes. Fantastic photography.
    Oh and I must say Wow, very nice lol

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  12. A man once told me a naked woman is art work and is there for men to admire. This man is very much art, he has a beautiful physical structure and a beautiful face. Pure art :)

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  13. I have a problem with the depiction of smoking as "art". The other photos are just fantastic and the nude is a really beautiful depiction of the male form.

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  14. Perfect male body

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  15. Rockin body! I question whether there has been some slick willy photoshopping however....a circumcision made to look more uncut eu style? Thoughts?

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  16. good too see a non circumcised penis !!!

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  18. We need to embrace the French in all of us and not find this kind of art so titillating.

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  19. No, I doubt that his penis has been photoshopped to look 'more uncut'. Jarrod Scott is Australian born. The vast majority of men over here are not circumcised.

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  20. Re: circumcision. It depends upon the age group. Young boys in Australia these days are not circumcised as often as they used to be (unless they are Jewish), but males older than 18 would nearly all be circumcised. For this man, it is very unusual that he is shown as uncut. I suspect it has been photoshopped to fit with 'French ideals', as with the depiction of smoking. Most French smoke; the minority of Australians smoke.

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  21. Re: "but males older than 18 would nearly all be circumcised."

    As an Australian woman who has had a few lovers over the years I can say this is very much a lie. I have not met a circumcised Australian man ever. A few girlfriends and I have discussed it recently over drinks and they haven't either. I think you are very, very confused.

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  22. The circumcision rate in Australia has been falling since the mid-1950s, when it was near universal, to below 12%, but to residual levels in some states (and New Zealand). The rate fell below 50% about 1978, so any Australian-born man under 35 is more likely to be intact - despite the dedicated efforts of a molecular biologist who thinks it should be compulsory and a few dedicated circumcisers.

    The idea he is circumcised and photoshopped is just someone's wishful thinking.

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  23. If I wanted to get my son circumcised, I had to take him back to the hospital when he was six months old. They would not do it when he was born. I figured he possibly felt pain at that age so I elected not to do it but wouldn't have known pain at birth (I think??). Couldn't put him through it. As for the photo, I'd love to shave the moo off but he is a glorious depiction of the male human body. A compliment to himself and the photographer! What hard work went into that body!

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  24. Babies DO feel pain when it is done at birth. Taddio et al. found circumcised babies react differently to the pain of vaccination, months later. The sugar pacifier commonly used instead of anaesthetic doesn't relieve the pain, it just relaxes their face-muscles so they look as if it has. And they don't "sleep right through it", they go into shock when the foreskin is torn away from the glans (head), to which it is attached at birth. Pain isn't the only issue. The main issue is his human right to decide for himself how much of his own genital he wants to keep. Does Mr Scott look as if he'd agree to have (the best) part of his penis cut off today?

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  25. I agree with Hugh, but geesuz ppl look at this mans disciplined body and good looks, and you all talking about if he's circumcised? circumcision is barbaric, and was only done back as a fashion statement many years ago, do your research. Great shoot, great photography!

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  26. I see the anti-circumcision brigade has hijacked this thread under the guise of random postings, as they do with many threads on the net.

    I am circumcised and am very thankful that my parents had it done. I can also assure you I am very much "intact". As for the fashion statement post - lol perhaps you should do some research on the real reasons it was done and the indisputable, proven health benefits. Such uninformed and/or simply disingenuous posts do nothing for one's argument.

    That aside, why would they photo shop to make him look "more" uncircumcised? I find it far more likely that those abs have been shopped than his foreskin.

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