Homoerotic underwear ad from the 1960s

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18 Responses to “Homoerotic underwear ad from the 1960s”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Senator Craig?

  2. Sputnik says:

    OH yes. “Stretchy seat” indeed.

  3. Anonymous says:

    The implication that the pair above are certainly homosexual, and seeking erotic fulfillment speaks to the modern consciousness and is regrettable. Back in the sixties, men would wrestle, now, unfortunately, they wrestle with game boys. The modern way is ‘gayer’ in its way. I miss wrestling, and I have two ‘red-blooded’ sons, a medical student and a mathematician.
    Frauenfelder: Generally, I admire you greatly, you are imaginative, daring and kindly. But, your dreadful fixation upon sexual deviance is spoiling my view of you. Get your shnozz out of the gutter, get yourself some fresh air! Amongst other things, it is quite illiberal for you to manifest in this fashion.

  4. Anonymous says:

    [ibidem]
    I posted anonymously because I am lazy. My name, however, is Don Hersey

  5. Mark Frauenfelder says:

    #11 I think this ad is interesting for the reasons you state!

  6. Anonymous says:

    My favorite part is the definitive “That’s good business.” What, are they trying to assure that they are, in fact, a good business, or just give you a 2-cent business lesson? — b.glad

  7. Anonymous says:

    hehe, nice :D i like it

  8. mellowknees says:

    I think that photo depicts two of my ex-boyfriends…

  9. Anonymous says:

    … red-blooded mathematician?

  10. allan says:

    They may keep coming back for more, but not more pairs of underwear ;)

  11. Anonymous says:

    My boyfriend is a mathematician, though his blood is more blue than red, as is everyone’s within their body, basically.

    And I know a few gay doctors – they, on the other hand, do have red blood, not being human and all… ;)

  12. Anonymous says:

    Maybe Larry Craig saw this when he was young…

  13. turingcub says:

    Remember, boys, no other underwear gives you such up and down!

  14. Anonymous says:

    Are their names Ace and Gary?

  15. Anonymous says:

    Buddyhugging is back in? Why didn’t someone tell me?

  16. Halloween Jack says:

    I wish I knew how to quit you!

  17. Paula Wirth says:

    This sure looks like it was sourced from Mamluke, at http://www.flickr.com/photos/mamluke/135614199/

    Was it? It has the exact same rotation.

    Mamluke is one of my favorite posters on “His Secret Past – So Powerful, Potent and Popular.” http://www.flickr.com/groups/hissecretpast/pool/

    His submissions tend to come from his own collection.

  18. Anonymous says:

    Larry E. Craig’s underwear of choice?

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