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Scandalous Bodybuilder/Fitness Model posing Suits, Part 2

Rico Lopez Gomez

by Anonymousreply 195Yesterday at 12:45 AM

Part 1

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Has he stuffed a cantaloupe in his trunks?

by Anonymousreply 303/19/2019

Does he really have such huge junk? Wow, bravo! And he's not even fugly.

by Anonymousreply 403/19/2019

I'm not a fan of bodybuilders but he's got something.

by Anonymousreply 503/19/2019

He’s attractive

by Anonymousreply 603/19/2019

He looks like a walking cheat sheet with all that writing all over himself.

by Anonymousreply 703/19/2019

Still hot

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More like that 😜⬆️

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by Anonymousreply 1103/19/2019

Rico doesn't like it that men hit on him. He gets a little defensive yet he had no qualm to expose his scrotum in pics.

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Beautiful 😮⬆️

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Steve Benthin

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by Anonymousreply 2103/20/2019

He jus' so nasty....

by Anonymousreply 2203/20/2019

He’s super exhibitionist

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by Anonymousreply 2403/20/2019

A few years ago a bodybuilder wore a tiny posing suit at a competition for me. He competes in the super heavyweight category. I still have the pics of that show. It wasn't really a problem for him because he used to be a stripper and he had already posed provocatively on stage in the past. Bodybuilding is really ambiguous on stage. You always see some bodybuilders pushing the boundaries and playing around with homoerotic appeal and like all men seem fascinated by all that spectacle.

by Anonymousreply 2503/21/2019

For the right amount of money, I'd bet Lopez would strip naked privately, or in an art class. He loves his cock, that's crystal clear.

by Anonymousreply 2603/21/2019

No, Rico hates gay men.

by Anonymousreply 2703/21/2019

It's a pity. I am no longer interested.

by Anonymousreply 2803/21/2019

a little stimulated, maybe?

by Anonymousreply 2903/21/2019

Isn't bodybuilding visual stimulation in the end?

by Anonymousreply 3003/21/2019

Every man has his price. No touching, no cameras, no sharing with other people. Put it in writing and sign on the dotted line.

by Anonymousreply 3103/21/2019

This isn't really scandalous but it's funny. And.... most of the guys are cute!

But, this is true. Yoga is great for bodybuilding but not in the beginning. You learn quickly how inflexible you really are.

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Back side

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Background ass

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Alpha 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

by Anonymousreply 3703/22/2019

Something no one seems to be very aware of (probably because it's kept deliberately hush) is that a lot of bodybuilders use cockrings so their bulge is better on stage. Like a stripper who gets hard then ties off and has an erect-sized but floppy dick, they look like they have bigger bulges by doing this.

Source: bodybuilder friend

by Anonymousreply 3803/22/2019

I doubt that unless it’s a porno bodybuilding competition, not mainstream

by Anonymousreply 3903/22/2019

Secrets Bodybuilders Don't Want You To Know

by Anonymousreply 4003/22/2019

Why would they put on cockrings when the penis plays no role in a competition?

by Anonymousreply 4103/22/2019

Exactly. Ridiculous

by Anonymousreply 4203/22/2019

You doubt it [R39] based on what? Are you calling me a liar or my bodybuilder friend a liar or you just don't believe anything that you have no personal experience in?

Kind of pathetic to express doubt over something based on nothing whatsoever other than your own limited experience.

by Anonymousreply 4303/22/2019

Oh I don't know R41. could it be something to do with being MEN and wanting to show off as much as possible and enhance every possible aspect of their physique? Just because they are not being judged on that particular body part, does not mean they don't want to make it look as good as possible while wearing as little as possible.

Fuck me, you guys are hard fucking work. Do you never just accept what someone with direct experience of something tells you? Must make life exhausting.

by Anonymousreply 4403/22/2019

If they did that, they would be at risk of being black balled as perverts who are undermining the quest of professional bodybuilding to be viewed as a legitimate sport.

by Anonymousreply 4503/22/2019

[quote]You doubt it [[R39]] based on what? Are you calling me a liar or my bodybuilder friend a liar


by Anonymousreply 4603/22/2019

And to say nothing of the fact women and kids are often in the audience

by Anonymousreply 4703/22/2019

Where is his jerkoff video?

Why wouldn't he do one?

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A better inspection of R50

by Anonymousreply 5103/22/2019

Well, we LIKE him!

by Anonymousreply 5203/22/2019

I have competed in bodybuilding shows for ten years and I have never seen a bodybuilder put on a cockring before he slides a posing suit up his legs. It may happen. You try not to look at someone’s junk when backstage. Some of these guys are prickly. (Pardon the pun.).

No bodybuilder wants you to believe he lacks for anything anatomically. Putting on a cockring would be embarrassing.

by Anonymousreply 5303/22/2019

[quote]I have competed in bodybuilding shows for ten years and I have never seen a bodybuilder put on a cockring before he slides a posing suit up his legs.

Given that R53, are you familiar (or, have you heard about) the alleged sex parties that would happen after a competition ends?

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No, r54. I have never heard of such parties, at the shows or at the gym. A secret like that wouldn’t last very long, we all know each other over time. The moment you step off the show stage, you are exhausted. All you think about is food or sleep. You’re done for the night. You might be done for the next several days, as you have invested yourself entirely in two or more intense weeks. You have piqued my curiosity. Where do these parties you know of exist? Who are the typical participants? Are wives or girlfriends or boyfriends invited? Has anyone been outed (professionally) after attending one? The whole idea is is a foreign concept to me.

by Anonymousreply 5803/22/2019

Benthin did a bunch of jerk off videos and some straight porn in Germany. He also did strip shows in the US and Germany.

by Anonymousreply 5903/22/2019

Dated article, R58. But, here is an example:

by Anonymousreply 6003/22/2019

A bodybuilder from Dubai once told me he fucked a teen girl after a bodybilding show in Dubai. He told it like the most natural thing. He said the girl kept staring at him ith lust as he posed and flexed and then he managed to take her to a hotel and you know the rest. I don't know if I can believe him but at the same time everybody knows Dubai is filled with sex and prostitution.

Apparently, not all bodybuilders feel exhausted and sexless during competitions...

by Anonymousreply 6103/22/2019

Whatever happened to that Bruce Patterson guy that was supposed to be the next Arnold until it came out he was a male prostitute and did a gay porn video?

by Anonymousreply 6203/22/2019

There are exceptions to everything

by Anonymousreply 6303/22/2019

[quote]Whatever happened to that Bruce Patterson guy that was supposed to be the next Arnold until it came out he was a male prostitute and did a gay porn video?

I guess he's married and has kids. He has an instagram page

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Steve B

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Scandalous backstage.

by Anonymousreply 6703/23/2019

It's about posing suits; not nudity. R66

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by Anonymousreply 6903/24/2019

It's really gonna be awkward when the kids find out daddy fucked old white guys for money.

by Anonymousreply 7003/24/2019

Pinkish bulge.

by Anonymousreply 7103/24/2019

OP, it’s obvious you are the man in the photo. You appear very desperate. Are you not getting enough attention?

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R73 is better than any porn. More!

by Anonymousreply 7403/25/2019

If the OP is indeed Rico, I would do two things. 1) I'd let him know many bodybuilders do not compete because they find it sexually appealing. 2) I'd slide his posing suit down and give myself laryngitis. (But I own that statement, do not credit it to the bodybuilders.)

by Anonymousreply 7503/25/2019

You people cannot honestly Rico Gomez started the thread himself.

He dislikes gays. Gays have been sending him nudes through md on IG and he gets mad and defensive. He only likes women's eyes on him and his rod.

by Anonymousreply 7603/25/2019

I would dislike people randomly sending me nudes too. Gross behavior

by Anonymousreply 7703/26/2019

R44: Some people are by nature contentious. They'll disagree with anything they hear, without thinking.

And for some reason this site has a lot of guys like that. You say "black," they'll say "white." Then if you say, "Okay, white," they'll say, "No, black."

by Anonymousreply 7803/26/2019

Yeah and it’s tired

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R49 has THE perfect body...sigh...

by Anonymousreply 8003/26/2019

I love how their glutes hang out of their posing suits

by Anonymousreply 8103/26/2019

I have always wondered if hotels during Mr. Olympia become a place of pure lustful sex, especially for bodybuilders who come from more repressive countries where they can't freely have sex.

by Anonymousreply 8203/26/2019

Interesting question, R82. It's well known that Olympic village during the Olympic games is a hot bed of sex. Athletes have to work off all of that adrenalin and energy.

by Anonymousreply 8303/26/2019

You mean ancient Greece? Yeah, that's correct and, to the frustration of some, gays and bi men created gym culture, well documented fact which today's bodybuilding industry tries to ignore. R83

by Anonymousreply 8403/26/2019

[quote]You mean ancient Greece?

Nope. Current day.

by Anonymousreply 8503/26/2019

I would think that having big pecs, bi's and quads would necessitate having a packed pouch to complete the visual package. I wouldn't criticize a small guy for using a cockring to enhance his small dick, in this case

by Anonymousreply 8603/26/2019

Although bodybuilding is not a sport. We need information surrounding bodybuilding aand sex during competitions R85

by Anonymousreply 8703/26/2019

Bodybuilding is a sport, R87. Do you know how much work it takes to gain muscle, flexibility, cardiovascular stamina and strength to reach a competitive level in the sport? It's hours of training daily, along with a careful consideration of your diet. You are not born with the ability to get up there on stage and wow the judges. It requires great physical challenge. You are being judged on the same physical criteria all other bodybuilders are. You must be better than they are. You earn the title, the prize, and the trophy.

by Anonymousreply 8803/26/2019

Rico lives in Germany. I've always thought Germans were much more tolerant than other Europeans, especially after reunification. There were nude bodybuilding contests in East Germany, some held outdoors and sponsored by the FKK. ( I don't think any gay man in East Germany could safely project his sexuality.

Rico would have ample opportunity to show it all off if he wanted, and no German would raise an eyebrow.

by Anonymousreply 8903/26/2019

Ordinary Germans seem to be tolerant, but bodybuilding harbors a number of sexually insecure men everywhere in the world. Now, a few years ago a delegation of German bodybuilders on behalf of FIBO went out to support a gay pride event for all the support bodybuilding has received from gay men hours previous to a bodybuilding contest. There was a video on YT of that but it was deleted.

by Anonymousreply 9003/26/2019

Rico is interesting - loves showing that big ass dick off, but also gets pissed when random Instagram commenters make sexual comments about it.

by Anonymousreply 9103/26/2019

The cuban side.

by Anonymousreply 9203/27/2019

Rico can't pick and choose his audience. He's well-hung. He knows it. He chooses not to wear posing suits which can contain the goods in a much less obvious way, perhaps turning his cock to the side, upward and right or left. Endowed men have been hiding their cocks behind pants pockets for years. Some even got a Prince Albert for the original reasons.

If you dangle it in front and perhaps it is heaving, you are going to get curious (or longing) looks, no matter the gender. Free yourself, Rico! Take advantage of a permissive society and let it loose without regard. Just be sure to wear sunblock everywhere. Saturate your pubes with it, as well. (I've been there, done that...)

by Anonymousreply 9303/27/2019

You haven't lived until you walk down a beach naked and without any possessions. Total freedom. It's enlightening.

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Does it really need to be said that bodybuilding is not a sport? Bodybuilding is a beauty contest. Who wins is decded by the subjective opinions of a table of judges based on bodybilders' look. Flexing does not play any relevant role in the contest; it does not decide any results. Also, dehydration and lack of body fat drain their energy, they are at their weakest on stage compared to actual athletes who are at their strongest condition because the result depends on athletisism. R88

And I know what it takes to gain muscle and that is not necessrly excessive weight; instead you need repetitive exercises until you cause microtears on your muscle fibres. Sure, bodybuilders are strong but not exceptionally strong for their size. They train for size; not strength.

by Anonymousreply 9804/01/2019

Are you kidding, R98? Ask any competitive bodybuilder if flexing has no relevant role in the judging and does not decide any results. Do you know what a posedown is? Ask any bodybuilding judge if they are judging a bodybuilder's looks, not his musculature?

Do you know what strength training is? Powerlifting?

I suggest you spend significant time in the gym, if not to work out yourself, to interview some bodybuilders about their intentions and about bodybuilding competitions. It would be very informative to you.

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Flexing decides no result and is irrelevant. Even more, judges are a joke. Anybody can be a judge; you, me, the lady next door. Judging in bodybuilding demands no special skill or knowledge because all judging is completely subjective based on physical appereance exclusively. Bodybuilding is a beauty contest. Stop fooling yourself R99

by Anonymousreply 10104/02/2019

String bikini from WALMART(not April fooling around - WALMART really sells them!)🦍😘🏋🏾‍♂️❤

by Anonymousreply 10204/03/2019

Definitely some erections

by Anonymousreply 10304/03/2019

This is the pre-judging (preliminary judging) round of a competition. It usually occurs during the morning of the contest date. 95% of the scoring in a show takes place in these early rounds.

by Anonymousreply 10404/03/2019

This is the pose down, the final phase of a competition.

by Anonymousreply 10504/03/2019

Where are all the erections in R103? I see a lot of guys who are naturally limp, resting on their ballsacks or off to the side of them. What am I missing?

by Anonymousreply 10604/03/2019

Some bodybuilders take viagra before getting on stage for extra vascularity. Eventually, with proper sexual stimulus it may lead to having erections right on stage.

by Anonymousreply 10704/04/2019

When the cock behaves a little interesting.

by Anonymousreply 10804/04/2019

Those aren’t erections

by Anonymousreply 10904/05/2019

Perhaps there are bulges you'll like.

by Anonymousreply 11004/05/2019

It's hysterical how people like R103 imagine erections everywhere. Truth be told, a lot of these guys can't even GET erections...

by Anonymousreply 11104/05/2019

The sad truth.

by Anonymousreply 11204/05/2019

So, what he is saying is “you got to tolerate the homosexuals when you grow big and strong, and Kai Greene must be gay with that grapefruit and his stripping.”

by Anonymousreply 11304/06/2019

[quote]The sad truth.


They HATE you. Stop catering to these fucking knuckle-draggers and G4P twats.

by Anonymousreply 11404/06/2019

Photographers among us, ask this guy to pose nude for you. I want to know how he reacts.

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by Anonymousreply 11604/06/2019

Now, THAT is scandalous. I need to help him resolve the problem.

by Anonymousreply 11704/06/2019

Uh? R114

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Women? Someone in the answers is really lost and clueless abot bodybuilding and its fandom.

by Anonymousreply 12004/07/2019

Aesthetics is not necessarily sexual

by Anonymousreply 12104/07/2019

I thought body building shrinks your cock?

by Anonymousreply 12204/07/2019

Miha Zupan

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Kai Greene

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Teeny Weeny

by Anonymousreply 12804/08/2019

It would be interesting to have someone who is in any way part of the bodybuilding industry tell us from his perpesctive or from what he knows first hnd why there is s much provocative behaviour among bodybuilders as evidenced with these revealing posing suits and nudity of course.

by Anonymousreply 12904/08/2019

Which Pro bodybuilders have done gay porn? I remember when the big scandal was Christian Duffy doing gay porn.

by Anonymousreply 13004/08/2019

[quote]It would be interesting to have someone who is in any way part of the bodybuilding industry tell us from his perpesctive or from what he knows first hnd

There are, or have been. I'm not trying to be snarky but you have to read the thread postings. I know that in Part 1, there were definitely people who competed and shared some of their experiences. Although, I will admit that it isn't as forthcoming as I would like them to be. But, maybe that's all that they really do know.

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There were bodybuilders and others in the gym culture/community who responded here to comments about why they bodybuild. Even though they may have been competing for decades, there are some here who believe they know more than the bodybuilders do. Those people insist the only reason there are bodybuilding competitions is to show off dick in the posing suits. They assert flexing has no influence on the judges. I can tolerate ignorant people. I cannot tolerate people who insist they are right even when evidence to the contrary is presented.

I think there are people who believe in their own heads bodybuilders are only seeking sexual pleasure. Unfortunately, they believe everyone else needs to conform to those beliefs.

by Anonymousreply 13304/10/2019

I think some people suffer from cognitive difficulties and cannot grasp the whole picture. If someone says "I love pop music" doesn't mean that person doesn't like other music genres; it means pop music moves him/her much more thanq other music genres. Understand where I'm going?

Everybody who works out to build a muscular body certainly has sex in mind. It doesn't mean sex is the only thing that motivates them to bodybuild; it means it is a common factor among men who bodybuild. Whether you are willing to admit it or not bodybuilding is a sexually charged sphere. Everything revolves around bodies, it's bound to be sexualised field.

I recall an ex-bodybuilder female who once wrote on her blog board about why she left bodybuilding and embraced fitness. She said the bodybuilding industry is "oversexual", very sexual environment and logically so because it is all about beautiful bodies.

by Anonymousreply 13404/10/2019

Several bodybuilders have refuted comments like R134s. Still he INSISTS sex is part of the equation, even when men who have been bodybuilding for decades disagree (with supporting examples of why his is wrong.) I'm done with this thread. I won't ever look at it again.

by Anonymousreply 13504/10/2019

Low IQ at R135

by Anonymousreply 13604/10/2019

I wonder if this is innocently non-sexual...

Can someone objectively debunk bodybuilding is a sexualized entity?

by Anonymousreply 13704/10/2019

The man is taking a shower. What could be overtly sexy about taking a shower? We all take showers. You'd see me take a shower at the gym, and honestly, I would be focused on getting myself clean, that's all.

by Anonymousreply 13804/10/2019

I think the guy in R128's photo is wearing what could actually become popular and a new "norm" someday in pushing the envelope in male bodybuilders' competition posers. I'd be happy about it.

by Anonymousreply 13904/10/2019

Next time we're going to hear people claim porn (which bodybuilding holds hands with tightly, by the way) has nothing to do with sex at all too.

by Anonymousreply 14004/10/2019

r135 even bodybuilders of the golden age talked about orgies they all held together (of course only mentioning the women, but who knows what went on behind closed doors).

by Anonymousreply 14104/10/2019

If a bodybuilder really wanted to look sexy and virile and draw you to his cock, this is how he would appear onstage. Why bother with a posing suit at all?

by Anonymousreply 14204/10/2019

Why bother with a posing routine?

by Anonymousreply 14304/10/2019

If only he could be up on stage like this.

by Anonymousreply 14404/10/2019

Arnold Schwarznegger in a book prided himself of receiving a blowjob from a woman backstage along with the other bodybuilders before getting back on stage.

by Anonymousreply 14504/10/2019

Even a lot of the straight ones had "sponsors" that paid their way.

by Anonymousreply 14604/10/2019

Is it possible a certain percentage of bodybuilders like to pose nude? Yes. Would they do it on a family stage? Would they press you to get a hard-on within a few rows of their family?

It isn't just bodybuilders who don't mind getting naked. How many nude selfies are out there? What percentage of men have shared one? Is the percentage of bodybuilders who want you to think about their cocks higher than men at large? It's a dissertation topic. Individual conclusions don't get to the heart of the matter. It requires a case study.

I'm sure there are bodybuilders who lift weights to test the limits of their body, and nothing else. I'm sure there are bodybuilding spectators who pay admission to get to see a man's body almost in full, hoping the bodybuilder will flex so his cock is just about bursting out of the suit, fueling the bodybuilder's dreams.

They aren't concurrent. We'll never know what the right answer is.

by Anonymousreply 14704/10/2019

Blowjobs happen backstage at a Broadway show, too. What conclusion can be made?

by Anonymousreply 14804/10/2019

Has a sponsor ever outed a straight bodybuilder after the business relationship goes sour? Someone must have over the years.

by Anonymousreply 14904/10/2019

If you want to know about the sexual side in bodybuilding you should read an interesting user in bodybuilding forums called BayGBM. He has deep personal experiece with what goes on offstage in bodybuilding.

by Anonymousreply 15004/10/2019

One user is not enough to draw a conclusion from. I agree, in-depth research needs to be done to prove or disprove a hypothesis. If I was in graduate school again, I would love to explore this topic.

by Anonymousreply 15104/11/2019

R142/143/144 has a great point. If bodybuilders want to look sexy onstage, then why bother with the sham of a posing suit. Give the audience and the bodybuilder what they want. Ensure no one under the age of 18 enters the show, and you have the perfect environment.

by Anonymousreply 15204/11/2019

They wouldn't have to shave in order to conform to a posing suit.

by Anonymousreply 15304/11/2019

I think nude bodybuilding shows would be a wonderful idea. If the guys want to show it all, a likely idea since they are motivated by sexual pleasure, why force them to hold out? Conditions would have to be laid out, no one under 18, no cameras. If a local auditorium cannot be located to host the show, try the largest nightclubs. I think every large metropolitan area can draw enough competitors to make the show worthwhile.

I like the idea of not removing body hair. I consider a man with a full bush very sexy. It's emasculating forcing him to remove it.

by Anonymousreply 15404/11/2019

You might get by the city's nudity laws if you make the show invitation only. You could set a much higher ticket price and give more prize money to the bodybuilders.

by Anonymousreply 15504/11/2019

If you wear a posing suit like in R128, you're ready to get naked.

by Anonymousreply 15604/11/2019

The nude bodybuilding contest. Why hasn't it already happened?

by Anonymousreply 15704/11/2019

All of these guys are about as sexy as a pound of ground beef. 😝

by Anonymousreply 15804/11/2019

I'd like to point out here that the human penis isn't improved upon by exercise.

Which makes nudity in a bodybuilding competition eight steps beyond pointless.

Nothing to do with sexual titillation or prudishness at all. But the point of the fucking contest is to show off achievements made through physical exercise.

Which have fuck-all to do with the penis.

by Anonymousreply 15904/11/2019

But the prevailing attitude is bodybuilders are only motivated by sex. The penis is the ultimate sexual organ. So, what's the point of hiding it.

by Anonymousreply 16004/11/2019

Older men can even feel sexy.

by Anonymousreply 16104/11/2019

The ultimate. A bodybuilding contest in mother nature.

by Anonymousreply 16204/11/2019

Been there. Done that.

by Anonymousreply 16304/11/2019

A bodybuilder doesn't need to go fully naked to get sex. Don't you know anything about secondary sex traits?

by Anonymousreply 16404/11/2019

Claiming that building a muscular body has nothing to do with attractiveness/sex is really ridiculous. Bodybuilding is the male version of Miss Universe. Actually, bodybuilding has Mister Universe and both contest reward ideal body beauty: for women is delicate features; for men is strong features.

by Anonymousreply 16504/12/2019

[quote]Claiming that building a muscular body has nothing to do with attractiveness/sex is really ridiculous. Bodybuilding is the male version of Miss Universe.

Of course it is. Bodybuilding has held the same fascination that it has always had ever since Grecian times.

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by Anonymousreply 16704/12/2019

Don't even mention the old Grecian times. Some cannot stand it R166

by Anonymousreply 16804/12/2019

The Grecian Ideal Physique

by Anonymousreply 16904/12/2019

Does anyone know who R157 is?

Unlike a lot of these guys, he's really handsome.

by Anonymousreply 17004/12/2019

"Dear Penthouse Forum: I simply can't believe a national-level competitive bodybuilder would offer his chiseled physique to me..."

by Anonymousreply 17104/12/2019

I think his name is Johnny Titus, R170. Really hunky back in the 70s.

by Anonymousreply 17204/12/2019

Yes, I just googled his pictures. Thanks, R172.

by Anonymousreply 17304/12/2019

Where did R163 come from? Was that a bodybuilding contest posedown?

by Anonymousreply 174Last Saturday at 12:21 AM

Why do they have such small penis?

by Anonymousreply 175Last Saturday at 10:16 AM

If muscles weren't sexy, do you think there would be bodybuilding contests? I'm afrain there wouldn't.

by Anonymousreply 176Last Saturday at 12:42 PM

From an interview with well-known bodybuilding photographer Bill Dobbins:

[ Q ] What are you feelings about female bodybuilders who pose nude? Is it good or bad for the industry?

Actually, it's a shame that we live in a culture where ALL bodybuilders don't pose in the nude. I've done some nudes of male bodybuilders as well as female and you'd be surprised how much bigger and more aesthetic they look when you don't have the line of the posing trunks cutting across their hips.

But given the culture we do live in (the US more than Europe, which tends to be less puritan) it is important to distinguish between nudity and nakedness, that is between the figure study and a depiction of the body intended to be erotic in nature. A famous art historian once wrote that the true artistic nude is not sexual in nature, but that any representation of a beautiful body is going to have a sensual element.

In my case, the nudes I do are usually the least sexy of my photographs. I approach nudes, especially BW photos, almost as if I were shooting landscapes. I'm interested in all the details, the undulations, the way one muscle sweeps into another.

by Anonymousreply 177Last Saturday at 3:39 PM

Nudity wasn't considered sexual until certain social groups pressured people into considering nudity sexual (and shameful). A man's body should be celebrated for its beauty in its natural state. Bodybuilders help us do that. When people attach sex to nudity, with the expectation we all agree with them, they put us in a bad spot. Sexuality may be in the individual mind, but these individuals cannot claim it prevails for the rest of us, bodybuilders included.

Would I pose nude in a bodybuilding contest? If everyone there attached no sexual thought to my bare buttocks, my penis, testicles and pubic hair, yes I would. If it was acknowledged I, like all men, have these anatomic parts, I would have no reason not to. If people are getting horny by looking at my naked body, that would make me uncomfortable. And it may make other people uncomfortable. I wouldn't wish this on any bodybuilder or audience member.

I have a friend who would like to compete in a show, but his penis is exceptionally large. He cannot stuff it into a contemporary posing suit. He would have to a special one made, and of course, that would attract attention. He doesn't feel confident that people will appreciate his muscle while he is onstage. It's too bad, he has one of the strongest and most aesthetic bodies I have ever seen.

For those of you adding those sexual thoughts to this, I have to tell you he is my friend, not my sex partner. Sorry to burst your bubble.

by Anonymousreply 178Last Saturday at 5:41 PM

If nudity is not sexual; if the flaunting of and fascination with enhanced secondary sex traits (bodybuilding and its contests) is not sexual then honestly why do you want to see bodybuilders fully nude showing off their enhanced secondary sex traits? Why does the covering of the penis frustrates you if not because you want to be sexually stimulated by a fully naked body with ideal sexual qualities?

by Anonymousreply 179Last Saturday at 5:51 PM

The sexuality is in your own mind, R179. I don't consider my genitals sexy; they just happen to be there. If I can be naked in front of a doctor, a nurse, an artist, an airline security scanner, an athletic team without considering it sexual, I can also perform in front of people naked or view naked people without a single sexual thought. You have recognized your own sexual bias in your own mind, don't expect me to have it in mine.

by Anonymousreply 180Last Saturday at 6:53 PM

You don't get naked in front of a doctor so he can admire your body but to examine you. This is not the case with bodybuilding. Bad and diceptive analogy. Really dishonest R180

by Anonymousreply 181Last Saturday at 7:00 PM

Several years ago I went to a nude beach, Haulover Beach in Florida, for the first time. I dropped my shorts so I could feel the sun on my body. I did not entertain the idea anyone would look at my naked body; they were all naked, too. I didn't get stimulated by the naked men around me. I was there for the experience. At one point I ended up walking down the stretch of beach totally naked and carried not a single one of my possessions. It was exhilarating, not sexual, I was at one with nature. I learned a few things. I needed to put more sunblock on my cock and balls. Especially into my pubic hair, the sun still aims right through them. I needed to bring money so I could buy a snack or extra water from truck vendors parked right in the sand. I needed a boogie board.

A week after I came back to work, one of my co-workers told me he had to show me something. I looked at his computer and saw a picture of myself on that beach, full-frontal. (Guess how he spent his time on tumblr...) He said it would be awful if the boss found out. I asked him why. "You're buck-assed naked." he said. I stared at him and replied "So?". "What if everyone at work finds out?" "Why is it a big deal?" "Because you're showing cock." I had a feeling the photo was going to be shared with everyone else in the company. My reaction, "So what? If people around here can't just accept I have the anatomy, I'll go work elsewhere." He didn't spread it around; he probably realized he didn't have anything over me.

Lessons: There are people who look at your cock on the beach. There are people who will take pictures of it. There are people who go to nude beaches for the entertainment value. For some, it's fucking sexual in their eyes. I don't need to acknowledge them. There are people, like me, who aren't going to be stopped from going back. I don't think of it as sexual. To me, I just wasn't wearing clothes. I remember the feeling of the sun and the friendliness of the other naked people around me. Trust me, many people at a nude beach aren't in top shape, and that's OK. The others who are, good for them.

I'm going back this summer. I want some friends to come with me. It was a great experience.

by Anonymousreply 182Last Saturday at 8:33 PM

It seems there are four schools of thought here:

1) A spectator believes there are sexual elements associated with the building/exhibition of muscle. A bodybuilder agrees.

2) A spectator believes there are sexual elements associated with the building/exhibition of muscle. A bodybuilder does not agree.

3) A spectator believes there are no sexual elements associated with the building/exhibition of muscle. A bodybuilder does not agree.

4) A spectator believes there are no sexual elements associated with the building/exhibition of muscle. A bodybuilder agrees.

Given many spectators are not familiar with gym culture, and many bodybuilders don't ask spectators what they see when the bodybuilders are onstage, it is impossible to assume one person feels what the other person feels. No one has the right to say his opinion is fact. That's what this thread has evolved to.

It would be great if someone can point us to the academic research on the field. We could see how our thoughts meld with it. Otherwise it's a hypothesis we are challenged to prove or disprove.

I'm sorry, I'm reading dissertation submissions right now. I'm in that mindset. Have they proved or disproved their hypotheses? It's not up to me to agree or disagree with their findings. I need to ascertain if the research they've done can support their hypothesis.

by Anonymousreply 183Last Sunday at 3:08 PM

Those who deny the sexual aspect of muscularity are being dishonest. Why do men bodybuild? Because they want to look sexy. Do we really need to play fools here?

You want to be strong and don't care about sex appeal? Do weightlifting.

by Anonymousreply 184Last Sunday at 3:52 PM

Raul Uscanga

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by Anonymousreply 187Last Tuesday at 2:22 AM

I was surprised a few months ago a top bodybuilder, a legend today, like a butt pic I uploaded on my IG. Seemingly heterosexual hence my surprise.

by Anonymousreply 188Last Tuesday at 5:31 AM

He may have been impressed by the muscular definition of the man’s back or glutes.

by Anonymousreply 189Last Tuesday at 6:25 PM

My IG is about sexy men's butts; not about bodybuilding.

by Anonymousreply 190Last Tuesday at 9:39 PM

Share your IG account with us, R190. Who was the bodybuilder? He wrote his comment publically, right?

by Anonymousreply 191Last Tuesday at 11:22 PM

Bodybuilding, the non-sexually suggestive sport.

by Anonymousreply 192Last Tuesday at 11:59 PM

A very creative way to stretch out your lower abs and groin before you contract them, R192. I’ll give you sexy, but it definitely had a dual purpose if that was the goal.

by Anonymousreply 193Last Wednesday at 8:46 PM

[quote]I'm sorry, I'm reading dissertation submissions right now.

and i’m janet weiss.

by Anonymousreply 194Last Wednesday at 11:40 PM

For the Olympics.

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