Friday, May 6, 2022

Early 20th Century Photos

I recently acquired some "new" early 20th Century photos, so I'll post some of them today.  I started to put a big "Twink Alert" on this one, but thought better of it.  The inspiration here is the Polish/Ukrainian ballet dancer Vaslav Nijinsky (1889-1950) who was famous for his portrayals based on the Faun myth.  The pose, the headpiece, and the ballet shoes are the giveaways here, and I just have to wonder why so many sprite-like male ballet dancers have been hung like horses.



  1. Seems to me dancers have more muscular legs, but his maleness is very apparent, muscles or no.

    1. Yeah, this guy may have been a model and not a dancer.

  2. Playboy magazine explained it as:"You loose 1/2" for every 15 lbs overweight."
    So I suppose it you are thin and light, You could gain inch-age...
    Not to mention shorter men often have an extra inch or two on average.