Talk about issues! (Click here or on image for full interview and NSFW pics.) With a photo spread that promises “porn star Ben Andrews and four hunky male models enjoy[ing] a hot island escape,” yet neglects to include even one woman, the magazine is so in conflict with its own identity that it makes Zac Efron seem butch. Also featured in this jill-off spread, Dark Alley star Aaron King — the man who bragged to us about his $500 haircut and his ability to turn his bartending gigs into backroom trick-a-thons — toys with Playgirl‘s head by suggesting that “water sports” is among his professional aspirations, “especially water skiing.” Hmm. (Click here for the Aaron King interview, complete with soft-dicked images.)
Like Andrews, the two-tone-hairdo-sporting King suggests that his ideal romantic date is also a picnic dinner after which he and his “lady” would watch the sunset. Har! It’s like they both read the same Clay Aiken interview. Eyes on your own paper, boys!
Of course, this isn’t the first time that Playgirl, the nominal entertainment for women, has diverged from their coverage of housewife favorites like the Thunder Down Under and Fabio and tapped the gay porn pool. Jason Ridge, Mark Dalton and Eric Hanson are but a few of the men who’ve taken their hands off a hard body and graced the magazine’s pages-but until now it was always under their given names. Playgirl, which has acknowledged in the past that its readership does-surprise-include men, has recently taken to partnering with gay social network DList and gay VOD sites like NakedSword.
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