The only difference between Clayton Moats and that hot all-American guy next door fantasy is that the neighborhood fantasy boy you lusted after never gave it up quite like this.
With a body that won’t quit and stays active, Moats – and under his MMA wrestling handle Jake Jenkins – has been the object of affection for several gay photographers and magazines, and with a portfolio of photos like these, it’s easy to see why.
Photos by J. Smith and Michael Anthony Downs for Masculine magazine and All American Guys.
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