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Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Metecue Associates Day, Part 1 - Various Nudes

Metecue Associates was an Ypsilanti, Michigan based physique photo studio operated by Edward Quirk, likely a pseudonym.  Quirk was active as early as 1959 as Quirk Studio, but didn't get widely published until 1967 when he changed the name to Metecue.  In its heyday, Metecue  photos appeared in a number of magazines and independently distributed sets and booklets.  Quirk even had a newsletter called Metecue Memo to promote sales.  So today we'll take a look at some of Mr. Quirk's work, both nude and not so nude, starting with Bob Randall.

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  1. Jerry!! Voilà une série de photos comme je les aime!! Pas de trop beaux modèles, mais plutôt de "mec que l'on peut croiser dans la rue"! :-)
    Ce beau poilu est vraiment magnifique!!!!
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    Jerry !! Here is a series of photos as I like them !! Not too beautiful models, but rather "guy that we can cross in the street"! :-)
    This hairy is really beautiful !!!!

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  2. I have said this before on this blog, but it was men like this that first caught my eye in my father’s naturist and porn magazines in the 1970s. As an adolescent male discovering his sexuality, body hair and facial hair implied maturity and masculinity, a man in his sexual prime and the kind of man I wanted to cradle me in his arms. 40 years later, I still have a thing for very hairy men!

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    1. I have always wondered if such preferences are built in or imprinted on us by experience at some early point in our sexual development.

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