About the Andro-Aperture Project
Andro-Aperture is a mini-crusade for the appreciation of male beauty in all its forms- sexy men, sexy male, and sexy trans-masculine bodies of all kinds. There aren’t enough images shot for female appreciation, so I want to explore and discuss what defines (and defies) a female gaze.
I want to celebrate the diversity of the erotic male body- encouraging more sexy photos of male-identified people of different ethnicities, body sizes, ages, hairiness, and abilities.
I want to challenge the knee jerk reaction that “female bodies are just more attractive”.
And really, I just want hot porn to jerk off to.
-Kitty Stryker, www.purrversatility.blogspot.com
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Monthly Archives: June 2011
So due to a lot of discussion about who has what kind of gaze and whether a question like this is even appropriate and what is gender anyway etc. etc., I feel the need to say that for ease of … Continue reading
So I was browsing this afternoon on Fetlife and found a link to this article, called “Should I Work in Fetish Modeling?” As it was written by SLEPhotography, one of the loudest voices against this project, and as it was … Continue reading
<—See this guy here? Well, the results so far suggest that the #1 LEAST popular type of male body type among the sample we’ve gotten so far is the one almost exclusively pushed towards heterosexual women as what a sexy … Continue reading
First off, I want to say that I’m about to embark on reading both “Metrosexy” (which has been recommended by Quiet Riot Girl relating, I think, to disposing of the ideas of a male/female gaze in preference for a queer … Continue reading
I’d like to request that people who identify as women who like male bodies be the ones to fill this out- I’ll do one for men who like male bodies soon.
So already I’ve had the response that if I’m upset about the lack of male photos for the female gaze I’m just not looking hard enough! and I decided that before we go any further I wanted to address this. … Continue reading
When someone says “hey, there’s almost no erotic imagery of men *by* women, and even less *for* women” it gets a pretty strong reaction, from men and women alike- “I think the reason you don’t see people looking for male … Continue reading