Gloria Brame, Ph.D.

In the Navy: Vintage Gay Cheesecake

Filed By Gloria Brame, Ph.D. | April 18, 2011 9:30 AM | comments

Filed in: Gay Icons and History, Living
Tags: gay art, gay history, gay photography, vintage homoerotic, vintage hunk, vintage military

A classic homoerotic theme, this beautiful image is ca. 1940s. The guy in the foreground has a gorgeous Roman profile too!


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Thanks for your great photos. I look forward to one every day. Today's is a great way to start the week.

Actually, not to be a buzz kill, I think those are models wearing Navy uniforms. The hair is out of reg's for the 40's. The uniforms lack certian insignia that would denote rank, job and station. Also, the uniforms themselves appear to be new and unused with no signs of ironing, wear...or Liberty Cuffs which were popular from the 30's through to the 80's.

Oh, and thier hands are too clean. No rank always means dirty hands.

So, models wearing Navy uniforms.

I was so busy looking at those glorious gluteus maximi that I never even considered checking the validity of the uniform.

Those asses validate these two guys plenty enough for me!

Thank you, again, Gloria.