- Mrs. Laura Keene
- Gillian Anderson
- Absolute first celebrity? Who knows. I'll give a shout out to Dirk Benedict though, from the original 70s Battlestar Galactica. I remember he was my fantasy boyfriend in college.
- Patrick Duffy in [italic]Man from Atlantis[/italic] and Lee Majors in [italic]The Six Million Dollar Man[/italic] and probably even a weird homo-crush on Lynda Carter in [italic]Wonder Woman[/italic].
- Mickey Dolenz
- Buster Crabbe
- I'm not entirely sure. The first one I probably daydreamed about making out with or marrying (hey, I was probably like 10) is either Scott Baio or Christopher Atkins. Truth be told, I'd still daydream about Christopher Atkins - I think he's hot even today.
- I'm 47, so these go back a way. My first crush was William Shatner as Captain Kirk on "Star Trek." God damn, that man had a beautiful bulge and a magnificent ass. He was a hottie. Then I moved on to Lee Majors on "The Six Million Dollar Man" and Randolph Mantooth on "Emergency!", followed by Richard Hatch and Dirk Benedict on "Battlestar Galactica." My high school crush in the early '80s was Tom Selleck on "Magnum, P.I." I would still drink that mother fucker's bathwater.
- Bobby Sherman
- David Cassidy. He didn't age well, but I still like the Partridge Family records.
- Shaun Cassidy.
- Sean Cassidy in his Hardy Boys days; Tony Danza in Taxi; Dirk Benedict and Richard Hatch in BSG. I also thought Willie Ames in 8 is Enough was pretty hot.
- Heath Ledger
- The dad on Flipper
- James Coburn when I was about 10; I saw one of his "Flint" movies.
- Leigh McCloskey
- Michael Jackson, and believe me that's something I'd only admit on an anonymous forum.
- Ethan Hawke in "Explorers"
- I'm 67, and I'll certainly second Bobby Sherman and Leigh McCloskey. I'm surprised nobody has mentioned Ricky Nelson. and let's never forget Jim Brown's Playgirl spread.
- That guy in "the artist". hot.
- For R19 - NSFW
- Aaron Taylor-Johnson in that John Lennon movie. Gorgeous! And he's even better looking now.
- Paul Michael Glaser. Really didn't understand why I felt so intensely about him at the time.
- Hulk Hogan
- r3 and I could have double-dated...sort of.
The earliest crush I'm aware of was on Richard Hatch who played Starbuck's buddy Apollo on the original BG. Starbuck leaned more toward bad boy and I've always been more drawn to the boy-next-door type.
But I was only 10 years old and it took several years for me to realize what I was feeling for Hatch wasn't just that I wanted him to be my best friend. But I'm sure my parents probably wondered why I had a poster of Apollo on my wall next to the Farrah Fawcett swimsuit poster (which I think I had only because Charlie's Angels was a cool show).
- I am surprised it took this long for anyone to mention Robert Conrad's ass in 'Wild, Wild West'.
I also had a thing for Burt Ward and Robin. I even made my parents take me to public appearance in Austin in 1970. There is a picture of me at age 9 next to Burt Ward in full Robin drag.
- Actually not sure if it was the dad from Flipper. Might have been Mike Henry's Tarzan
- David Cassidy - I was still in grade school.
- William Shatner on "Star Trek." Followed by Lee Majors on "The Six Million Dollar Man" and Randolph Mantooth on "Emergency!". This was in the early-mid '70s. I was quite young, but I knew what I liked.
- Luke Macfarlane
- Lindsay Wagner
- Robert Conrad. Before Wild, Wild West, he was Tom Lopaka on Hawaiian Eye. Hardly ever wore a shirt.
- It probably was Robert Conrad in "The Wild Wild West" when I was a kid but big time crush on Robert Wagner in "It Takes a Thief" in the early 70's when I was a teenager.
- another vote for Robert Conrad!
Hot ass, but then in Ba Ba Blacksheep, that fucking awesome furry chest!
- Michael York
- I'm ashamed of this now, but Mark Wahlberg in the Herb Ritts Calvin Klein days.
It took me longer to realize WHY those pictures made me feel funny in my pants.
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- Ricky Nelson, back in the days of Ozzie & Harriet when he was still "Ricky". Oh, those luscious lips, those burning eyes, that slicked-back hair. I was transfixed by his pillowy lower lip and the way he would look at the camera from under lowered eyelashes. Gorgeous.
Still can't believe he was the genetic product of Ozzie and Harriet Nelson, and also can't believe that he and the beautiful (but totally loony) Kristin Harmon couldn't produce better-looking offspring than Tracey Nelson.
- For women: Sigourney Weaver in Alien. God, she was dynamite then and I'd still fuck her now.
For my male crushes, twinkish ones like Joe Gordon-Levitt and Ryan Gosling really light my fire.
- James Franciscus in Longstreet and Randolph Mantooth in Emergency
- Francis X. Bushman
- Are you serious, R40, Francis X. Bushman?
How old are you?
- Don Knotts. Really.
- William Conrad on "Cannon"
- Davy Jones. He was beautiful, dreamy, funny, athletic, talented...
- Davy Jones, David Cassidy, Bobby Sherman and Paul McCartney.
- Stuart Damon, the prince in Cinderella. The Leslie Ann Warren version. I was a wee tyke and was absolutely mesmerized by him in his white tights and dreamy, perfect hair and white teeth. I know, MARY infinity but he was the very very first crush.
- Gil Gerard on 'Buck Rogers' and Robert Urich on 'Vegas'
Primetime Boner material
- Jan Michael Vincent
- Another vote for William Shatner.
- Joshua Morrow
- John Krasinski in The Office was the first big one for me.
- Clint Walker
- Robert Fuller in Laramie
- Pa Ingalls. You could see the outline of his lovely package in his tight pants. He always went commando.
- A-fucking-men, poster R47. Gil Gerard was a stud and I spent many a late 70s, early 80s night jerkin' to my Robert Urich poster. I loved him on S.W.A.T., Soap, and Vega$. Fuck, he was hot.
- Doug Flutie
- Speed Racer, seriously
- Ditto on the William Shatner. He was something else on the original Star Trek. Once I was old enough to realize why I felt the way I did about him, I would fantasize about a threesome with him and Nimoy (in his pointed ears, of course).
- NPH. He and Anderson Cooper. I've always believed it wasn't a coincidence my two biggest crushes were gay men. I was into JC and Lance from NSYNC too. I was about 8, 9 years old.
- Elder gay here. The first time I realized I was "different" was when I was 10 years old. My two friends and I went to see "Dr. No" (1962). My buddies were gushing over Ursula Andress, while I was feeling sensations I had never known over Sean Connery. My face was flushed, my heart was pumping a hundred miles an hour and I know I sprouted wood. That was my "A-Ha!" moment. At 60 years old, I would still lick the sweat off of Connery's body. I don't care if he's 81 or not.
- In reply to R60. I am a babygay. I am 18 and became a James Bond fan with the recent Daniel Craig movies like Casino Royale. My dad bought me the Sean Connery James Bond movies in a set for Christmas this year and the first one I watched was Dr. No. Damn, Connery was one hot fucker. I wish I had a hot tub time machine so I could go back n hit that
- I knew I was gay in the summer of 1991 when I was 11. My dad took my brother and me to see the movie Point Break. I was throbbing hard for Keanu and Patrick. I just knew. LOL.
- KURT FUCKING RUSSELL in Big Trouble in Little China. Fuckin' A.
- In December 1968, when I was 7, I watched Elvis Presley's 1968 TV Special on NBC with my parents. It was at that moment that I knew I was a baby-gay. I had never seen such a beautiful man. He was so fucking gorgeous. Not to mention that hauntingly beautiful voice.
- R64 I second that. I don't know how that one slipped my mind. He was something else in his prime.
- Shari Lewis
- Donna Mills as Abbey on Knot's Landing and Jan Smithers on W.K.R.P. in Cincinnati. OMG.
- In the time and place and family where I grew up, I did not know that there was such a thing as being homosexual. But seeing Lyle Waggonner without his shirt on the Carol Burnett show did something to me which I did not understand. Then Robert Conrad on the early episodes of Wild Wild West was really driving me crazy with his barechest in almost every episode. I'm still a chest man after all these years, but it takes the pretty face, like Waggonner or Conrad, along with the sexy chest. I like the rest of a sexy body also, but they are not as likely to show that on TV as the bare chest.
- Roger T. Mosely on Magnum PI and Rick James.
- Peter Jennings
David Tyler Muir
- CHiPs - My sister had a crush on Erik Estrada, but I never liked him. I always got hot watching Larry Wilcox and Robert Pine. Woof!
- Kurt Russell in THE COMPUTER WORE TENNIS SHOES.
- Kurt Russell in "Escape From New York" That dude was one hot sumbitch.
- Scott Baio
Joanie wasn't the only one who loved Chachi.
- When I was nine my brother took me to see Star Trek II - The Wrath of Khan. I loved the movie, but I really fell for Kirstie Alley in a big way. She's gross now (a silly Scientologist to boot), but back then she got my lady parts a workin.
- My first was probably "Timmy" from "Lassie." (He was older than I was at the time.)
Also, Richard Crenna from "The Real McCoys."
Then I moved on to David Hedison from "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea."
As a young teen, I so lusted over Bobby Sherman.
- Prince, the singer, but only during certain of his "periods". I've always liked the pretty boys. He's the only black guy for whom I've ever had a strong attraction. I know some see him as disgusting, but I was smitten.
- I had a crush on Melissa Gilbert as Laura Ingalls. Strange I know, but I was a huge Little House fan. I also thought Alison Arngrim was cute. I never liked Melissa Sue Anderson. She was pretty but she reminded me of alot of those stuck up cunts at school that I hated.
- Sara Gilbert on Roseanne. When I found out she was gay too it hit me why I connected with her so.
- Noel Fielding
- Back in 2001-2002 I was ten. I used to watch "24" with my parents and I fell hard for Kiefer Sutherland and Carlos Bernard. I told my parents I thought both of them were "the sexiest men I have ever seen." My parents just laughed. Very supportive. Love em.
Marc Singer in "The Beastmaster". This movie was ALWAYS on HBO c. 1982--1983 and my little gay ass would watch it endlessly. I taped it and--when no one was home--I'd rub one out to Marc running around in his loin cloth.
For those interested, "Beastmaster" also has John Amos in a loincloth. He and Marc have an EPIC sword fight--with swords lol!
- R82 I remember Beastmaster on HBO back then. I would always run the videotape when my parents were gone and rub one out too. Marc Singer was a stallion.
- John Schneider / Bo Duke
- My taped movie was a British movie called Maurice. I recorded it around 1988 off of Showtime. I hid the tape in my room and would jerk to it when my parents were off playing dominoes with friends. I was twelve, but I loved me some Rupert Graves and James Wilby. Hugh Grant was in it but I thought he was fug.
- My dad and I were the movie buffs in the family and he took me to see To Live And Die in L.A. when I was 14 or 15. I really took a shine to William Peterson in that flick. Damn he was nice to look at. That had to have been around 1985 or so.
- I always had a thing for thin queeny guys, so I fell hard for Billy Squier in his "Rock Me Tonight" video on MTV back in the day.
- Randolph Mantooth who played Johnny on "Emergancy". I was 4 or 5 at the time. Didn't miss an episode.
- In 1981 I developed a huge thing for RICK SPRINGFIELD. I had a huge poster of him in my locker. That did not go over well with my middle school bullies. It was so worth it.
- LOL. Back in the late seventies I had a childhood crush on Paul Stanley and Ace Frehley from KISS. This was back in the days when no one saw them without their make-up. A few years later I saw them without it and the illusion was shattered. I was like, "Put it back on for the love of God!", but it was too late. The mystique was gone (and they were butt-ugly). I moved on to worshipping Tom Selleck.
- Olympic swimmer Don Schollander...
- My sis and I were strange. She had a crush on Tiny Tim and I had a crush on Alice Cooper. This was about 40 years ago and, fortunately, our taste in men improved.
- 1972 Mark Spitz. He wasn't my first lust, but he was a hunk.
- I'm in my 60s--my first crush was Buster Crabbe (as Flash Gordon) at age 5. (I saw someone earlier in the thread who said the same, which blew me away). Then Rock Hudson when he was super popular--I was around 10-12. Then as a teenager I liked Robert Horton on Wagon Train. Liked those square jawed types I guess. (FWIW I'm a straight female).
- Tom Selleck was not my first celebrity crush, but he was certainly my most intense crush during the Magnum, P I era.
- I fell hard for Clay Aiken from his dorky beginnings to his gentleman of the manor looks today. It isn't that he's hot or not hot. I just want to cuddle him till we grow old together.
- R55 knows what I'm talking about...
Which Robert Urich poster did you have? I had one of him standing on a roulette wheel and Judy Landers at his feet.
- One night circa 1975 I was watching an old show called Don Kirshner's Rock Concert with my brothers. Black Sabbath was the guest band that night and I fell hard for the guitarist Tony Iommi. I already liked their music, but that was a bonus. I saw them in concert several years later and couldn't take my eyes off of him. From all accounts he's straight but I can still fantasize.
- R97 YES! The very same one. Damn, that was scorching hot.
- DUCHOVNY! I thought he was the best thing ever when I was 10.
- Barry Gibb from the Bee Gees in his tight satin pants in the Saturday Night Fever era.
- In the late sixties and early seventies I had a thing for Peter Graves on Mission: Impossible. He was so sexy. I was very young but that silver hair did something that I can't explain.
- William Shatner, Robert Conrad, Michael Landon
- Another one going far back, I remember having a crush on William Russell (Ian Chesterton on "Doctor Who")
- Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Wil Weaton early 90s. I was eight to ten years old and in love with both. The seeds of my gay ass were sown.
- the crewcut blond chorusboy in the cast of the "Damn Yankees" roadshow which performed at The Forum in Wichita, Ks in the mid '50s - OMG, such great juvenile wet dreams!
- I'm what you call a 'baby gay' and I guess mine is Jeff Dunham. He's cute and very funny.
- Rudolph Valentino. I wept at his funeral.
- Trish Van Devere for years I thought George C. Scott was a very lucky man:)
- Im my teens, my boner material was Michael Biehn from "The Terminator", "Aliens" and "The Abyss". That was my ideal man. Someone told me he became a born-again whacko. If so, he probably wouldn't take too kindly to a mo wanking off to him, but he'll just have to deal. He shouldn't have been so "perty"
- R107 I can see the Jeff Dunham thing. I never thought much about him, but I just saw him on TV and thought, "Damn, I'd hit that."
- Tony Franciosa
- I don't classify him as a celebrity, but he is known the world over..the Jack of Hearts. I had a crush on him. I could hardly wait while playing Go Fish or Crazy Eights to see if he would end up in my hand.
Queen of Diamonds
- Fatty Arbuckle
Bengali in Platforms
- Peter Frampton
- The first one I can remember is an actor, I don't know his name, who played a stud on "Who's the Boss?" He wore a white t-shirt and jeans in his guest appearances. I remember him being in a restaurant. At the time I thought he was so muscular. He actually wasn't. He was about average build with some muscle definition. For years I thought it was Matt LeBlanc. I looked at his IMDb profile and there are no credits for the show so I guess it wasn't him.
- R116, I think you mean Richard Grieco. He played a young man with whom Angela had a little fling. I would have loved to have seen him making out with Tony. He was the goodlooking one on "21 Jump Street". I couldn't believe it when they called Depp the "sexiest man alive". Made me think that the best looking half of the male population had died overnight. Richard Grieco was much sexier than Johnny Depp, but I don't think he aged well.
- There were so many, growing up in the 1960s I guess it was Bob Barker on Truth or Consequences, Vince Edwards on Ben Casey, Dick Clark when American Bandstand was in Philadelphia, Tim Considine both when he was on the Spin and Marty part of the Mickey Mouse Club and as the eldest son on My Three Sons. After I could orgasm in December of 1966 it was Robert Conrad because of his fabulous ass that I wanted to spank and fuck, Michael Landon on Bonanza because of his pert little ass that I wanted to spank and fuck, all the male cast members of Lost in Space except for Dr. Smith and Billy Mumy, too fem too young respectively. There were numerous men who played cowboys on westerns then that I jacked off to constantly--I never knew their names butt I wanted to paddle them all. There were also 2 or 3 guys on McHale's Navy who were part of MeHale's crew that had nice tight asses too whose names I never knew. Probably the one who got jacked off to the most was Michael Landon, he got the most spankings and fuckings in my fantasies, sometimes Robert Conrad joined in a threesome. After watching Bonanza I went up to my room for a while and............
- Tom Wopat from the Dukes of Hazzard...
- R117 You might be right. I can't remember the guy's face exactly.
I thought Richard was the hottest on 21 Jump Street too. He's the only one I remember seeing on the show.
Someone mentioned a cartoon crush earlier. He-Man and Skeletor were my first crushes for cartoon characters. I prefered Skeletor because he was more muscular.
- Ian Somerhalder
- R85 'Maurice' is one of the best novels i have ever read. Actually E.M.Forster who wrote the book is one of my favourite writers. He was gay and he had write real masterpieces of literature
('A Room With A View', 'Howards End', 'A Passage to India', 'Where Angels Fear to Tread' and of course 'Maurice')
Read the book if you haven't already!
- *he wrote real masterpieces
- When I was 6 or 7, I was in love with the Lone Ranger (the tv series, Clayton Moore)
- Andy Gibb...
- Joe Penny on Riptide. I still think about him.
- The father on Flipper.
- Double crush when I was 11 or so Fabian and actress Jill Haworth. I was conflicted. Had a thing for Fabian which really heated up when he posed for Playgirl LOL.
In later years I got to know Ms. Haworth who I adored.
- Cynthia Nixon, briefly, when I was fifteen, but that was because we had gone to school together, and flirted (briefly) on the UES one Saturday. Lasted about a week.
No Sex And The City resulted.
- Race Bannon , Ken Berry. John Boy Walton.
- Robert Conrad in Wild Wild West and James Franciscus in Planet of the Apes. One shirtless hairy brunette in chaps, one almost naked smooth blonde in a loincloth. Holy shit, they seemed so hot at the time. I also liked the Tarzans Ron Ely and Mike Henry.
- Jeff East.
He played Huckleberry Finn in Tom Sawyer in the early 70's.
"Boy's Life" did an article on him with photo's. He was just so dreamy for a boy of 8.
- I can remember feeling tingly and weird watching some guys on TV, but Perry King on Riptide really did it for me when I was just learning to jack off. Then I saw him full frontal in Mandingo and woof! I wore that VHS tape out!
Also had a tape of a rerun of Dukes of Hazzard where Bo and Luke spend most of the episode naked after someone steals their clothes after skinny dipping ....wore that tape out, too!
Thank God my parents got me my own VCR when I was 13.
- For my eleventh birthday in 1976, I begged my mom for Peter Frampton's "Frampton Comes Alive" album. I loved the music, but was far more enamored with the album cover. I stared at that cover for at least a year. He was definitely my first gay crush.
- OP, what do you think of Brad Pitt now? Please describe your interest in Pitt back then and how it first arose. Thank you.
- Crushes ranged from Carl Betz to Paul McCartney.
I remember seeing Thunderball as a kid... the only thing I understood about it all was this overwhelming attraction for Sean Connery.
- Went with my mom to see American Gigolo. When Richard Gere's full frontal scene came on she reached over to shield my eyes. I pushed her hand away so I could see. Years later she laughed and told me that was the moment she "knew" about me. Gere is not hot anymore, but back then... Shit!
- Jay Osmond. Oh god, what a cock.
- Schneider on One Day At A Time!!!!!!!!!!!!
- I was 8 watching some Gidget movie on TV with my older sister who was 14 and I fell in love with James Darren. Totally.
- David Bowie and Suzi Quatro.
- Jimmy Walker from Good Times got the nut up in da bone back n da day.
- R143 Sorry guy. I just don't think he did. He was FUG.
- R143 Are you sure you didn't mean John Amos from Good Times. Now he was one fine hot black daddy.
- The kid who played Jim Bob Walton. He's a fat beast now but he was a hotty back in the 70s when I was a young gay child. I also liked John Ritter on Threes Company.....
- I knew I was different when I first saw Bonnie Raitt. I was no more than 10 or 11, but I just loved her flaming red hair and beautiful eyes. I still think she is wonderful.
- Jan Michael Vincent in The Greatest American Athlete or something like that.
- Sabu, when I saw him on TV in Jungle Boy(?). I think I was 5.
- I liked Jimmy Walker too.
- Olivia Newton-John in Grease, Jodie Foster in Bugsy.
- This is a funny one. When I was about five or six years old I had tingly feelings over Mr. Spock (Leonard Nimoy) on Star Trek. I still want to Pon Farr with him soooo badly.
- (and right now, they're playing a track from "Frampton Comes Alive" on the radio...)
I remember "liking" (and not being able to put it into any better words than that) as a kid Julie Andrews (duh!), Mary Ann from Gilligan's Island, Karen Carpenter, Lindsay Wagner and Kate Jackson (actually from her Dark Shadows days...before The Rookies and Charlie's Angels). Also Candy from Here Come the Brides.
- When I was ten years old I went to the movies with my sister and brother to see "The Blue Lagoon". When it showed Chris Atkins nude sliding down the waterfall, I felt a warmth over my entire body like electricity. It was amazing.
- David Hodo and Randy Jones from Village People. Andy Gibb. Lance Kerwin. What can I say? I was eight.
- John Schneider on Dukes of Hazzard.
- In second grade I "liked" Chastity Bono on the old Sonny & Cher show. Well, she was cute back then.
- The front row of the cast of the White Shadow (not the coach).
- This is so embarrassing... AMY CARTER. This was around 1977-1978 and I was very young (2nd grade I think). LOL.
- My earliest: Paul McCartney, in the mid-Sixties. I loved his eyes.
A little later: Straight porn star Harry Reems. My parents had Playboys around openly, so I knew who he was.
- John Travolta in the 70s (Kotter, Saturday Night Fever, Grease). I thought he was the hottest thing since sliced bread. Oddly, by the time I began hearing whispers that he was "family", I had already lost interest and moved on. To the poster who named the guys from "The White Shadow", I had a thing for that guy Salami back then. Mmmm.
- Howard Hesseman (Dr. Johnny Fever) and Gary Sandy (Andy Travis) from WKRP in Cincinnati. My God, I loved that show (almost as much as I loved those two studs). Grrrrrrr.
- Robert Vaughn and David McCallum.
The Men From U.N.C.L.E.
- T.O.M. F.U.C.K.I.N.G. S.E.L.L.E.C.K in his Magnum PI days. I would have sold my soul for a piece of that. I saw him from a distant in person when we took a family vacation to Hawaii. I thought he looked even hotter in person. Tall drink of water.
- If a soap star counts Robert Tyler(Trucker) from Loving.
- And all these years later I still think Robert Tyler was the epitome of male perfection.
- I've been watching Desperate Housewives on Netflix. Never followed it much when it was on ABC. I have it bad for James Denton.
- Robert Conrad. Mike Henry. Dan Vadis. All the 60s hunks....
- Bowzer from Sha-Na-Na
- Ewan McGregor. The voice, those eyes, that beautiful cock.....
I still love him but don't feel the need to watch everything he's done, especially since he has been in so much crap lately. When I want to feel nostalgic I just watch "Moulin Rouge", "Trainspotting" or look for my "A life less Ordinary" DVD (Yes, I own it).
- Gil Gerrard (Buck Rogers)
David Soul (Starsky & Hutch)
Lee Majors (The Bionic Man)
- Russell Johnson, The Professor from
"Gilligan's Island". I still have a thing for intelligent guys in chinos.
- Van Williams as the Green Hornet. I was 6 (and, yes, I guess I am an Eldergay...)
- Seconding Robert Fuller and William Shatner. Fuller especially. Fell in love with Shatner when I saw him in a movie with Patty McCormick. Anyone remember it?
- You're right r163, I forgot about Robert Vaughn, loved his ass in the Man from UNCLE. I have been watching old Ozzie and Harriet reruns on Cozi TV lately and I never remembered Ozzie Nelson having as nice an ass as he did. Rather plain face though, I think Ricky got his looks more from his mother.
- As an up and coming dyke in the late 1980's, I fell hard for Marina Sirtis as Troi in Star Trek-The Next Generation. Especially from Season 2 onward. She had it all, just like Bogie and Bacall...
- The (cough) Jonas Brothers
- It pains me to admit that it was Mel Gibson. I first saw him on HBO in The Road Warrior. I was around 11 years old. I was riveted to the screen. Back then he seemed really cool in his interviews and in his movies. Little did we know. I also liked Lee Horsley in The Sword & The Sorcerer.
- [quote]As an up and coming dyke in the late 1980's, I fell hard for Marina Sirtis as Troi in Star Trek-The Next Generation. Especially from Season 2 onward. She had it all, just like Bogie and Bacall...
You're not the only babydyke who felt that way. Marina has always said that she discovered she was most attractive to black men and lesbians.
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- VOTN, I take it then that she would not eject black men and lesbians into space?
- I think that's authority she would only exercise if she were forced to be Major Rakal of the Romulan Tal'Shiar.
Myself, I would have preferred alone time with Wesley Crusher, but that's me.
The Voice of the Night
- Mark Hamill in the original Star Wars. I saw the movie on opening weekend and as a 12 year old I was full-on for him.
- Johnny Crawford from "The Rifleman"
- There was a fabulous movie called ROLLER BOOGIE over 30 years ago and the lead actor was a skater named JIM BRAY. I went to see that movie 7 or 8 times over the course of a week. I begged my father to record it for me on the VCR when it was on cable so I could watch over and over. That's still my favorite movie. Most people have never heard of it.
- I am in agreement with the Robert Urich posts. Mmm, mmm good.
- Hayley Mills
- What? There is only one cute Jonas Brother and I don't know his name.
- Michael Landon, David Cassidy, Bert Ward, and Larry Wilcox
- R165, R166 - agree that Tyler was incredibly handsome and had one of the best bodies on TV at the time of Loving.
- John Schneider, Dukes of Hazzard
- I was 16 when I saw this movie. Hottest man ever. I rubbed my dick raw thinking about being with him.
Richard Gere if course, and I still find him super sexy.
- Mark Shera, S.W.A.T.
- Later of course Shera was Jedediah Jones.
- Mark Shera was HOT! I wonder whatever happened to him after S.W.A.T. and Barnaby Jones. I never saw him again.
- Nathan Hale
Elder, Elder, Elder Gay
- Honey Boo Boo
- I used to sprout wood over Bruce Willis in Moonlighting. He was breathtaking when he had hair. He's sexy bald too.
- Kevin Costner. And I still have a crush on him.
- I'm a little younger, I guess. My first gay crush was on Sean Murray on N.C.I.S. - I always had a thing for bookish, nerdy types and he had/has it all.
- Melissa Anderson from Little House. That is, until I met her. She was not a very nice young lady. Quite rude. My crush was instantly over.
- Ben Murphy. In the 80s he was on the tv flops "Lottery" and "Berrengers", and was very handsome. But he has done nothing but guest appearances for the last 20 years. Now 70, but based on recent pics still a handsome silver daddy.
- Good Ben Murphy. Anybody want to post photos of the spread he did in Viva? This brings up the subject of which crushes have held up the best? And which look the worst?
- Murphy was hot in that pictorial that was soft focused to the max. However you did get a little shot of his cock while frolicking in the ocean with the nude girl.
- I used to get up at 2:00am to watch reruns of "In the Heat of the Night." I had such a crush on Alan Autry. I even watched that dumb Grace show when they brought him on as her love interest.
This thread reminded me of my crush on him so I did a quick wiki search. Boy, was I disappointed. He is a true born again christian rethug - ex-mayor of Fresno - who has fought long and hard against gay marriage. Fuck him.
- When I was very young, I had a serious crush on Sajid Khan who was on Maya with Jay North. I had no interest in North, but Sajid would get me humping the pillow on the floor. I wonder if my mother realized what I was doing???
- Lloyd Bridges in SeaHunt!
- Eric Scott, Ben on [italic]The Waltons.[/italic] Later moved on to Lance Kerwin of [italic]James at 15.[/italic]
- John Steed from the Avengers. What an elegant man with manners. And unlike all the gun nuts in the UK never did that British gentleman ever once use a pistol!Oh and how he beguiled Honor,Diana and Linda. Patrick played him with a reserve and charm that only the son of a lesbian could do so well...which he was of course.
- R200 = Nellie Olsen
- One more vote for Robert Urich. I never missed an episode of Vegas back then. I'm glad my parents never asked me why I kept one of the sofa pillows in my lap while he was on. I recently bought a couple of seasons of DVD and I still see the appeal.
- I liked Don Johnson on Miami Vice. As a teen, I fantasized about Crockett taking me onto his boat and the two of us getting down to some serious wining, dining and sixty-nining. Tubbs could have joined in as well. Elvis, the gator, could have watched us.
- My first celebrity crush, when I was all of 11 and starting to realize what a hormone was, was Jon-Erik Hexum.
God, I loved that man. I made sure that I never missed an episode of Voyagers (even though I couldn't stand the kid he had to drag around) and then, later, Cover Up.
He's still the template for my "type" even after all these years. And that voice! My God, what that rich, deep, resonant voice would do to me below the belt...
- Everyone else seemed to be into Tom Cruise back when Risky Business came out. My crush was on Bronson Pinchot. He was just nerdy cute and I fell hard for him. Strange, yes. But I was only 12.
- Hard to resist Tom in those underpants.
- Christopher Reeve. My parents took me to see Superman-The Movie on Christmas Day 1978 (I was 13) and I thought about that beautiful man for months. I had Superman (Reeve) memorabilia all over my bedroom. I usually don't like "pretty" men - he was the exception to that rule. I was crushed when he had that terrible accident in the 1990s. So tragic.
- I stayed up late one night when I was a kid to watch 'Road House' with Patrick Swayze. The movie was so-so, but I developed a major boner. I had to whip it out and toss off a quick one. I kept looking back to make sure my parents or siblings weren't coming down the hallway. I didn't want to get caught but the force was too strong. I had to wank.
- Keir Dullea and Gary Lockwood in 2001: A Space Odyssey.
- Parker Stevenson, Hardy Boys
Greg Evigan, BJ and the Bear
- Second Gary Lockwood. I saw Keir Dullea in New York in a play about a locker room that showed nudity. Needless to say, he showed much less than Austin Pendleton, Ron Liebman, or Tony Roberts. Anybody remember it?
- The play was "Doubles" and set in a locker room. I checked it on IBDB and Dullea must have taken over from John Cullum. Dullea must have taken towel dancing lessons.
- Robert Redford in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid!
- Jordan Knight of NKOTB.
- Why is it getting more difficult to post inline pics?
- In the 80's, Matthew Broderick was the subject of many of my masturbating sessions. From the time I saw him in War Games through the rest of the 80's I would close my eyes and imagine his beautiful mouth on my cock. When I saw Torch Song Trilogy and saw the scene of him and Brian Kerwin kissing, I almost pulled my cock off.
- R224- That's all in the past. Now he's overweight, and making a lousy clumsy attempt at suave leading man material.
- I still like him.
- R24 = Nathan Lane
- r225 He may not look like he used to but neither do I and neither will you when you're 50. Yeah, he could lose about 20 but he has endured and is still around, so I give him credit for that. I saw his show and I enjoyed it. I didn't pull on my cock though but I do enjoy those memories of the 80's.
- Connie Chung and Maury Povich
- You are right R228. And he is selling tickets. If it wasn't for Broderick, Crazy for.... umm I mean, Nice Work If You Can Get It would have closed by now.
- Probably everyone mentioned in this thread is on this list.
- Alan Sues