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Sunday, October 18, 2020

The helmet hair doesn't detract from the overall effect of this image.

 

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  1. He was called Tom Garrett at Target Studio. Then Falcon called him Roger and that name stuck. I used to call him the male Cher. No last name necessary.

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  2. And a nice, full bush. No manscaping necessary...

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  3. If you were around in the 70's, we all had "helmet hair". And probably tried out a "porn stache" too! French made it all boy next sexy and revolutionary at the same time. Nobody's gonna call him a twink or effeminate, not when gay men look better than the straight guys.

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    1. I was living in New Orleans during that style era and will never forget one Mardi Gras when a group of clones of this guy were standing on the balcony at Cafe Lafitte's in Exile. Crowds of straight tourists would actually gather in the street to observe the men on that balcony, and I overheard several women make comments such as, "They're too good looking to be queer," and "They look like real men."

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    2. The “helmet hair” certainly doesn’t detract and this was the look – “porn stache”, bush, hairy chest – that attracted me as a teenager in the 70s. I wasn’t interested in twinks or effeminate, I wanted a real man. One of my female friends commented only recently that a man was “too good looking to be gay”. Times haven’t changed that much!

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