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Not sure what the problem is regarding male nudity. There seems to be an increasing acceptance of guys at least taking their shirts off, here in the USA anyways, with the rising popularity of TV shows like THE BACHELOR, DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES, COUGAR TOWN, THE VAMPIRE DIARIES, etc., not to mention movies like THE TWILIGHT SAGA.

However, full-frontal male nudity seems to be a different matter altogether. This is never seen on American television, and rarely in the movies. The recent failures of several gay men's magazines is also a disturbing trend.

Thankfully, however, we still have BeautifulMag, where all of us who appreciate the genuine beauty of the fully naked male body can always visit and enjoy the remarkable imagery there.

Shel Izen

One of my favorite films is Women In Love. This beautiful film was directed in the late 1960’s by Ken Russell, and contains some of the most sensuous scenes involving the male nude, including full frontal. The scenes of a young hot Alan Bates running through the forest tearing his clothes off in the early morning light and rubbing flora all over his sweaty body eclipses for me the more famous nude wrestling scene between Alan Bates and Oliver Reed. I have never understood how this seemed to be okay to show this kind of male nudity in the 1960’s, but somehow now it is shocking to just see the butt of a an actor on screen.


Someone knows who's this guy on the cover? id like to find some more pics of him... thank you


Hello out there!!! I have just discovered this BEAUTIFUL - literrally - "Mag" by mere casuality... Exits one downloadable pdf version?

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