Ben Cohen knows the gays adore him enough to want to make the British rugby player our own personal bear and plays up our mancrush whenever he gets the chance.
It’s a nice change from Grady Sizemore, the pro baseball player who sent attorneys chasing after websites that published nearly-nude photos that surfaced online recently. The pro jock ought to take lessons from Cohen, who embraces his gay fan base, gives an interview to a gay sports site, appears on the cover of a gay mag and generally likes to tease us with photos of him and his furry, expansive chest.
Now there’s this: Cohen is putting together a 2010 calendar and has offered a little taste of what to expect. Those morsels—including a shower scene—leave us wanting more. Much more. Like 12 months of more.
(Via Manhunt Daily)
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