Naked men of survivor
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Naked male Survivors...
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We are only two months into and there has been so many men who have either "accidentally" showed all or came damn near close to doing so. The occasional near-naked or fully-naked moment is never lost on many of us gay men, and the ones that do it on the internet, television or movies are truly the gift that keeps on giving. The now year-old's modeling career has skyrocketed since he appeared on Survivor: Ghost Island last year. Given this nearly-naked photo shoot that he posted about on his Instagram Stories last month, we can see why. Andy was recovering from hip surgery where he shared an X-ray that revealed a pretty massive tennis racket in between his legs. Wink wink. No mistake here.
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Australian Survivor hunks get completely naked
By Daily Mail Australia Reporter. Australian Survivor gave Love Island Australia a run for its money on Thursday night after airing full nudity within the first few minutes of the episode. In the opening scene, a number of the men from the contenders tribe, including chiseled hunks Zack and Robbie, stripped down to go skinny-dipping near camp. The genetically-blessed fellas proudly flaunted their muscular derrieres in front of their tribemates - and the cameras. Australian Survivor's male hunks stripped down for a skinny-dipping session on Thursday night.
Reality TV favourite Survivor is usually known for its plotting and scheming, as well as starving contestants and zany physical challenges. But after only two episodes on air, the latest season of the hit show has become much more notable for something else - the leering cameras that relentlessly zero in on naked male flesh, notably often cutting out the poor blokes' heads in a frenzied quest to get the money shot of rippling naked muscles. The frenzy of raunchy comments from viewers could be seen as just a bit of naughty fun — or it could be viewed as demeaning and hypocritical in a climate that now routinely calls out the male gaze on women's bodies.
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