Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Hunky Ballet Dancers

Two days ago, I attended a performance of the "youth corps" of one of Canada's leading ballet companies.  Among the dancers were at least eight hunky ballet guys aged 17 to 20.

What magnificent specimens of masculinity, all wearing sheer white tights and some even shirtless!

I was consumed with lust by my clear view of gorgeous, voluptuous asses, magnificent muscular thighs and lovely bulges, sadly, masked by dance cups. 

But during one modern dance number, the male dancers changed into flesh coloured unitards.  I could have sworn that they were NOT wearing dance cups.  I imagined that I could easily make out cocks pointing this way or that, clearly outlined in the thin spandex.  Bliss!
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Whew!  What an exhausting time I had today!

I arrived at school an hour early to set up for Breakfast Club where I am teacher-in-charge once a week.  This requires little work except for setting out yogurt, bagels, fruit, cereal, muffins and milk.  And I do enjoy chatting with the 50 or so students, mainly goofy boys, who come here for breakfast.

This was followed by 25 minutes of period one hallway supervision.  Most unusually, my principal then asked me to cover another teacher's class for the remainder of the period, reasons unknown.  I then taught my own three classes of excitable grade nine students, separated by a lunch time pre-test tutorial.

I had barely enough time for a pee break!

After school, I had dinner at my parents' (meatloaf, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans and ice cream.  Yum!) and then raced home to walk my dog some 3 km through the darkening forest.  I walked 3 km, she ran probably double that off leash.  It was -21 C so it was a chilly walk. 

I returned home at 7:00 pm where I promptly retired to my bed with my two doggies, a big cup of tea, my laptop and a stack of DVDs.   In the past two hours I have:
  • turned down an offer to top a 38 year old who offered to drive out. (I was too tired!)
  • chatted on POF with a 36 year old construction hunk seeking his first man sex.  We've been chatting for weeks and I think he's finally ready to do the deed!
  • set up my next date with a passionate 27 year old who adores older men.  He's a real sweetie, 6'-2", 140 pounds, who looks like a supermodel with an Aboriginal mother and German father.   I'll have to tell you about him later.
  • answered many personal and work-related texts and e-mails.
  • wrote this post!
How's that for a boring run-down of my day!


18 comments:

  1. Those Ballet Dancers sure do look hot in their unitards even if there not naked I've never been to one of those shows but I have seen them on PBS :)

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    1. Why don't you add it to your bucket list? :-)

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  2. ballet is where one can appreciate the wonders of the human body in motion.

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    1. Yes, the performances were amazing! ... but I was only looking at the men.

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  3. Do you answer most emails? I sent you one a while back and didn't get a reply. Admittedly it was a bit stalkerish, although I was only trying to help!

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    1. I do answer ALL e-mails but yours might have been buried in other emails or directed to my Junk Folder.

      I will check for it again but maybe you can send it again? tj_1905@hotmail. com

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  4. Ballet is such a great way to see male beauty in action. My parents were very homophobic -- my mother used to refer to male ballet dancers as being very "tender," her code word for effeminate; my father, who didn't understand the role of the dance belt in a dancer's life ridiculed them as stuffing their tights to try to look like "real" men. I kept my mouth shut and prepared to live my own life as I wished.

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    1. Thanks for that great story! I'd like to ask you a follow up question, Will: "Exactly what is the role of the dance belt in a dancer's life?"

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    2. It's a highly specialized form of a jock strap. But a jock has straps and stitched seams that would show through the tights that are standard for a male dancer; a smooth look, uniform from man to man on stage is the ideal. Also the extensions and leaps required of male dancers can cause painful and debilitating testicular injury.

      So, the dance belt begins with a wide band that compresses and supports the lower abdomen, an area where hernias can easily occur, and below that a
      several layered pouch gives firm support to the testicles and also provides a smooth profile to the genitals under the tights, rather than seeing the outline of the cock. At the back of the pouch a thin band of elastic rides up in the butt crack and attaches to the back of the wide abdominal band to hold the pouch firmly in place. The pouch is also something of a protection from injuries due to kicks or collision with another dancer.

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    3. Thank you, Will, for that FABULOUS and detailed explanation! Clearly, you've spent a lifetime .... er .... studying these amazing garments.

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    4. My career has been as a set and, sometimes, lighting designer for theater, opera and the occasional television show or special event, museum exhibit, etc. I've also designed costumes and although it was never a big part of my career, I learned a lot about the structural differences between costumes and clothing, including how to construct some very specialized stage garments.

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    5. Yes, I knew you were heavily involved in the theatre for sure.... I'll bet you had lots of opportunity to see many fine many men onstage and backstage. I love watching male actors in live theatre productions. Sexy!

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  5. I am late to the party, but WOW! I learned how hot male ballet dancers were when I worked with the Dallas Ballet as Dancers in Residence in uni, ca1979. WOW! (BTW, they are "dance belts", unless Canada has a difference vernacular). I was a rigger, but hey, that just gives you time to make sure the dressing rooms are all set up, and to be sure there isn't something they need!

    Sounds like a great week! I got to work from home Wednesday - we should use toxic chemicals to strip floors at work more often. Today was Thanksgiving. I cooked and ate.

    Peace <3
    Jay

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    1. BTW, could you please update my link in your blogroll to http://www.jgmurphy.org/wp? I'm on my own server now!

      Thanks!
      Jay

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    2. Hey Jay, I did add your blog to my blogroll but you should know that it gave me the warning "Could not detect an RSS (?) feed......" This means that it will remain permanently as the last item on my blogroll, not to be seen by anyone. :-(

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  6. - 21 degrees C???? Clearly you are not in Vancouver or Victoria. Thanks for the photo of the ballet dancers at the rail. The one on the right, especially, has a fine set of muscles, including a butt to die for.

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  7. I NEVER said I was in Vancouver or Victoria! There are vast areas of the north central interior of BC where the winter temps reach -40 C or colder. Why don't you e-mail me?

    tj_1905@hotmail.com

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