For whatever reason, one of the most prevalent male fantasies in modern culture is seeing two women engage in a sexual experience together. Given that the entire point of being a lesbian is that a woman has no romantic interest in men, this seems a little counterintuitive, and yet in the world of popular culture, semantics like these are a little bit less important. Thanks to a certain sports entertainment impresario being one of the men who buys into this fantasy even more so than most, World Wrestling Entertainment and other professional wrestling companies have been especially guilty of turning their employees into lesbians simply to titillate a crowd. Were McMahon or any other promoter able to handle LGBT characters with the proper respect and care, maybe a storyline like this could actually entertain an audience in a non-sexual way. That said, on very rare occasions, even WWE has somehow managed to get it right and make a compelling storyline out of lesbian issues.
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I sent my very first shirtless selfie to a friend of mine during the holiday season. We had been texting for a week or so and as the texts evolved, we showed less clothing and more skin, but I was reticent to lose my shirt. I am a man of a certain size. I'm pretty sure if you split my weight in two, you might get two skinny-but-not-too-skinny people. As I thought about putting my bare hairy stomach out into the world, I couldn't help but wonder Gabe J.
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Skip to main content. The bigger they are, the harder they hit. At least that's true of the 30 men on this list. From towering giants to earthshaking behemoths, these Superstars possessed the type of uncommon size and superhuman strength only seen in comic books.