If we’re to judge by his latest Freshman mag cover (the June issue, now available for digital download, the same one Michael Lucas previously had a shit fit over when it was announced), Corrigan isn’t in any hurry to drop the twink image. See the full cover below, featuring a hobby horse and kiddie cowboy hat.
To be clear, in the instant-message interview with Unzipped.net’s Zach Sire, Corrigan did say he is directing and starring in a new feature, shooting in June, which he described as “Parent Trap meets your favorite twink film.” But in discussing his gym regimen, he says he’s already beginning the transition from twink to twunk:
I also feel compelled to work out because I don’t want to be considered a twink when I am 25, or even 23 for that matter. My face is changing. I’ve been through so much in the last 3 years that I am not going to look so young forever. It’s time to grow, and for someone built like me that means more time and effort to change.
We at The Sword would like to officially go on the record that, all that underage controversy aside, we like Brent just the way he is. But maybe he should push back a little the next time they want to pose him in a playpen?
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