Ben Cohen is no stranger to the Morning Fix. But pair him with some of his gay-friendly, anti-homophobia friends and there’s no way we’re going to miss this mix of shirtless jocks.
This trip through the Morning Fix finds Cohen in a spread for Out magazine with Fix regular Nick Youngquest, Mike Chabala, Michael Irvin, and Hudson Taylor.
Cohen holds a special place in our Atlanta hearts, thanks to his recent tour through the city, hanging out with the gay Atlanta Bucks Rugby Football Club and his surprise decision to locate his new foundation fighting homophobia right here in our Southern enclave.
His rugged good looks and pure sex appeal don’t hurt, either.
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